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right now at 4:30 an innocentnthilly is gunned down and now family is making a plea to find the shooter who killed a six-year-old boy. a woman showing signs of strength after beating that nearly killed her. how her roommate, accused, is now behind bars. we'll get to that in just a moment. hey, south florida, i'm eric yutzyz >> i'm jacey birch. let's talk to weather authority meteorologist julie durda. >> temperatures right now are in the lower 70s, well above average for this time of year, all thanks to the east southeast breeze. that's the culprit. starting warming you up yesterday. that's going to continue throughout the morning and the next few days. hold on tight. currently reare going to see a temperature of 70 in miami-dade and broward.
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the kids head to the bus stop. it will be warm, it will be breezy. we'll see our highs today rapidly warming up to the lower 70s. in some areas we could reach the lower 80s for thiss time of year. as we take a look at what's going on, the satellite and radar composite, even some showerer soaking parts of the keys, anywhere from marathon, big pine key down towards key west. it's going to be a whole other story as we get into this part of the workweek due to the shower and thunderstorm activity. brew in hollywood. a wrong way crash has lanes blocked right now on florida's turnpike.this is happening between griffin and sterling roads. we're td the crash between a car and semi truck and at least one person is dead. here's a map of where this is happening, a wrong way crash on the turnpike between griffin and sterling roads. constance watching this.
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alternates because this will affect your commute on the turnpike. this boy's loved ones remember his life and they are calling for change. a $25,000 reward is being offered in the case. hatzel vela telling us this morning the child's mother is pleading for those who might be too afraid to please come forward. >>reporter: a march packed with symbolisis in a neighborhood packed with violence. >> aix-year-old in a community that's violent, a six-year-old in a comomnity that didn't see anything in broad open daylight. >>rererter: in this very same spot where he died exactly 24 hours later, the family of king carter let it out. >> when iieard the shots, i ran out of the house. i ran everywhere. i had to find my son with his eyes open. >>repoer: anger, outrage that a six-year-r-d boy was gunned down in his apament complex.
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first grade, already a lover of all things football. >> really in shock. we're very upset, the teachers are upset. done is -- dennis philips briing balloons and a reminder of how to move forward. >> we know somebody saw something. we know our children must be able to play in the parking lot, in the backyard. this has got to stop, for god's sakes. >> 60 over 12 months. >>reporter: staggeriri figures from miami-dade school superintendent, more than 60 kids shot, 24 killed in the last 12 months. >> last saturday we lost a 15-year-old, last sunday we lost a 16-year-old. >>reporter: hip hop artist luther campbell who says someone was the target and someone knows
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this is the flyer thi they are handing out. you can see the reward now up to $25,000. they are hoping someone may have seen somethingand knows something. if you do, if you know, if you are that person, you're asked to call miami crimestoppers, 305-471-tips. hatzel vela, local 10 news. also this morning signs of strength from a woman who police say was beaten and stabbed, police say all at the hands of her roommate who she met on craigsst just weeks ago. michael seiden at jackson memorial hospital with an update on her condition. >>reporter: what happened to this woman is absolutely horrific, an attacker trying to cut off her lipsnd eyelids. this morning her mother is sharing this would with us telling tuesday her daughter is improving. i have to warn you that it's extremely graphic. >> hey, dani. >>reporter: tonight danielle
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of improvement. >>rererter: hi, princess. >>reporter: : e 23-year-old is opening her eyes, even blinking while her mother whispers and waits for her daughter to respond. >> i can see she's moving a little bit as if she's uncomfortable. she starts to move her hand. >>reporter: danielle's family shared this photo of their loved one. loving and willing to help complete strangers, that's how they describe her. but it was her kindness that led to her becoming a victim in this stunning rhyme. >>reporter: she looked for a roommate on craigslist. >>reporter: byron mitchell, this man, on the morning of valentine's day police say he snapped. >> not only did he admit in the originanapolice report to banging her head on the floor and choking her, but the mutilation heeid on his face.
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for help telling police he was attacked for danielle and killed her in self-defense inside their downtown miami apartment. >> self-defense would be a black eye and broken nose. >>reporter: doctors believe she may have serious brain damage. still family and friends are remaining positive, raising money in awareness, hopeful she will survive. >> maybe i can help the next person that they might think twice before making a stranger in the room before doing a criminal background check. >>reporter: there's a go fund me page, we put the link on our website we're in miami, i'm michael seiden, local 10 news. now to police in michigan, they have their suspect but still no motive in saturday's shooting spree that killed six people. a teenage girl remains in critical condition this morning. the man in custody no criminal record and didn't know any of his victims. one thing we do know, he is an uber driver and
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be takingides in between killings. shyann malone has the lalast details. amazing dwrais >>reporter: a community in mourning offering prayers not only for victims but the alleged gunman, now in jail. >> we're very relieved we have someo in custody. >>reporter: the shooting spree started just after 5:40. first a woman walking in a parking lot several times. next at a car dealership, a father and son killed. the next at a cracker barrel restaurant where four people were killed in their cars. >> we have no reason to believe there was more than one person involved in any of these incidents. >>reporter: an uber driver taken
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matt melon said he was one of his customers friday noon. he was so frightened he called 911. >> finally once he came to a stop, i jumped out of the car and ran away. >>reporter: in a statement the company says quote, our hearts and prayers are with the families of the victims of this devastating crime. it's a crime not just heart breaking but baffling for police and dalton's neighbors. >> )t's just very unexpected. he was a quiet guy, stuck to himself, never had any problems. >> there was shyann malone reporting. uber says the 25-year-ololpassed a background check. he's expected in court later today. a rescue cute on camera. a rescue on facebook showing a crew pulling a woman out of the water. seconds later a man is seen making it on to that boat. we're told it the pair, a couple of first time aters who did not have i life jackets on when
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choppy waters. a driver losing control, slammed into a pipe. it happened at southwest 152nd street. the driver identified as michael grace. he decide there at the scene. forget the doggy paddle. these dogs are upping their game. >> really skilled
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fishing, take them out diving. they are constantly on the boat. they live for this. >>reporter: while cruising out to the boca inlet, it's pretty obvious whose boss on this boat. >> she's just looking. she's ready to dive. >> she's looking for any kind of contrast. >>reporter: that's lila, an alpha, no water worries, just a desire to dive. as the anchor catches, these pups are panting. >>reporter: hey, guys, watch out for me. and itching to douch more than doggie paddle. >> hold.d. mark, mark. >>reporter: in she goes, diving to a dep of 15 feet to retrieve her tossed toy. wait a second. let's see that again. this time wh a doggy cam strapped to her back. but this is just the
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little under water fetch. want to see what this swimming canine can really do? >> i thought what was the coolest thing to do and i thought train her to catch a lobster. >>reporter: yup, you're actually seeing a dogive down deep, grab a spiny lobster and bring it back to the boat. >> the hardest part was getting them to use their back legs. she knows to hold her breath, dive down and she goes fort. >>reporter: and then she bring dinner for y. >>reporter: brings the dinner home. that'sow it goes. >>reporter: as she shakes off a few laps, big brother maverick, the chocolate lab, is right on her tail. >> have her heel, hold, mark. >>reporter: a little sibling rivalry keeps these pups on their paws. the labrador breed on a
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water dogs and these six year olds are so different. they live to work, whethe it's duck hunting or lobster diving. hey, you guys are making my dogs look bad, that's for sure. but this isn't all for fun and a seafood dinner, these two are mascots for ocean rehabilitation. alex built a business named devotion as in devotion to the ocean, and that devotion is saving these sea turtles. >> we donate 20% of our net profits to sea conservation programs. we work with the fau marine research lab. >>reporter: thousands upon thousands of protected, endangered sea turtles are rehabbed and released back to our waters. while watching dogs dive for lobsters is quite
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treat, the next time you dive in the ocean to see these sea turtles. >> are you interested in training your dog to dive? you can do it. we have posted all the links for you on our website >> i'll have to have my dog stoli out there, my black lab, loves to swim. that's a great story. south florida, we are waking up to dry conditions in miami-dade and broward but rain has returned to the forecast over portions of the keys. this is the beginning of a roller-coaster we're going to have with the weather. 70 right now in miami as well as ft. lauderdale and key west. east southeast wind the culprit for the wind speeds anywhere between six and nine miles per hour.69 degrees in homestead. for you in pompano beach, 72. 74 in pembroke pines. with the winds out of the east southeast it
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humid day. the winds won't be nearly as strong this afternoon. without wind direction it's transporting some showers down by the middle and lower keys. parts of key west, mallory square getting really wet over miami-dade we're seeing dry conditions but broward, one isolated shower did move onshore. so let's widen the view and show you what's going to be a big change into our forecast. we're still going tohave high pressure in place. making room for a cold front and an area of low pressure. this low you're seeing right now producing all the precipitation and shower and thunderstorm activity over tex and louisiana will lift towards the northeast. it's the second low we're going to watch that's in towards new mexico right across the border of texas that's going to bring you strong to severe weather possibly going into wednesday afternoon and wednesday night. currently the severe weather threat stays over central and the
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today it. behind this front we have in the 20s and 30s. ahead of it much warmer, humid conditions. that will provide for the ingredients of the severe weather threat. today we will be hot, we'll be humid. we'll have that slight chance of a shower off that southeast breeze. rain chances to 20% tomorrow as temperatures continue to climb. we'll see 86 degrees, possibly flirting with record heat by wednesday afternoon around 2:00. then this front moves in increasing our rain chances providing for the possibility of severe storms. we'll keep a slight chance of a shower by thursday morning. once that front completely clears away, high pressure building. it's going to be chilly. > donald trump left in the dark during a rally. >> we'll until how the candidate turned a campaign rally mistake into an example.
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there's a big difference between making noise, (tapping sound) and making sense. (elephant sound) (donkey sound) when it comes to social security, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates. enough talk.
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a day at sea for surfers in washington state ending with this, a calll for help and the coast guard coming to a rescue. the women were surfing off the coast of seattle. all were taken to the hospital. they are expected to be okay. and now to oklahoma city where a home was just blown to bits. the house was under construction in a new development when it exploded. that blast leveled it and damaged five other homes. the culprit is natural gas likely caused by a stolen oven ripped out of the wall. the damage is estimated at about $650,000. vote 2016, presidential front runner donald trumpsed to be the front runner but a mistake on the stage in atlanta left trump in the dark literally. >> they were probably sent here to put them in our jails because to put them in our jails they
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i like that much better. >> trump wen on to lead supporters to leave the light off. donald trump turned it into an example of the negotiating skills it would take to be successful and he would take that to the white house. trump's camp later said a protestor was behinin all of this. south florida's congressional delegation set to today. ros-lehtinen switching her support from jeb bush who suspended his campaign on saturday. meanwhile senator ted cruz criticizing rubio a day after finishing just behind him in the south carolina primaries. >> you weren't able to win in iowa. you weren't able to win in neuvment you weren't able to win in south carolina and the answer is when can you win a state. the answer he gave is i think we could win florida on march 15th. >> on the democratic side hillary clinton making a campaign stop
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most polls in the lone star state show clinton with a double digit lead over bernie sanders. as for sanders he spent sunday in south carolina. speaking to a crowd of about 5,000 supporters.s. polls there show it's a very tight race. stay t ted. from politics to sports. heat star dwayne wade has been mia since the
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>>reporter: good monday morning, i'm will manso with your local 10 morning srts wrap. the miami heat host the pacers. the question is will dwayne wade be back on the court for this showdown. he s ill hasn't played for the second half of the season with a sore left knee. regulated the cheerleader status on
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an mri on saturday showed there was nothing structurally wrongngith wade's lead. magic make a late run. flashy dunk there but it comes a bit too late. 105-102. six ranked canes baseball team is looking for the sweet against rutgers on sunday. two-run single put the canes up 2-0. still miami on top. a four hit day with an r.b.i. single. 8-1 the final. the canes get the sweep, starting pitcher danny garc gets the win on his 22nd birthday. women's basketball team hosted the hokeys of virginia tech. gets it back, lays it up. canes take it 67-56. they do win in o overtime.
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until thursday of they host the.. jaromir jagr ranked third all time in nfl history trailing only wayne wayne gretzky and gordie howe. >> i said i wish i'm going to be a goal scorer. maybe i'm going to catch gordie and maybe wayne gretzky too. >> daytona 500 known as the great american race and what a race it was on sunday. amazing final lap. watch denie hamlin make the move down the street. hamlml going for the victory. as they are crossing the finish line,ake a closer loofnlgt it's too close to call.
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finish but slow-motion shows hamlin wins by mere inches, the closest finish in daytona 500 history. how much closer can you get to that? i'm will manso and that's your lath. local 10 morning sports wrap. >> four inches. if they didn't have that photo, wall street never know. breaking news you need to hear this morning, a car driving the wrong way smashing
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turnpike. that ahead and more breaking news this mgrning, a deadly wrong way crash shutting down parts of the turnpike. alternate routes you need to know about. child tragedy, a community sin mourning after the death of a six-year-old boy. now the call to action to find the shooter. developing now, michigan murders. what we're learning about the uber driver who allegedly went on a
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killed people at random. the deadly deruction left behind after a cyclone rips through the tiny island nation. good morning, south orida. i'm eric yutzy. >> i'm jacey birch. we have is to s srt with constance jones this morning with the traffic alert on the turnpike. >> yeah, as you ntioned we have the bad crash on the turnpike. i think we have fresh video. this is the turnpike southbound south of 55. you typically take that exit right there off of 55 to travel southbound. we've got complete closures from 55 stretching all the way past griffin road. no traffic's getting by because of that fatal crash. if you're traveling eastbound on 595 trying to exit that exit ramp to the turnpike. if you normally take the turnpike, insteadust travel south, take 441


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