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injured in a hit and n crash. >> calvin: and what they can't keep i in stock and the feds can't keep up. the straight dope on this brand (vo) making the most out of every mile. that's why i got a subaru impreza. love. it's what makes a subaru,
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>> calvin: developing tonight, arrests in the death of a 6 year old boy and more shooting violence. >> laurie: one shooting victim a teenager that did not survive. andrew perez begins live in miami. andrew? >> reporter: you know, residents here tell me they just don't unuerstand what it is going on. another round of shootings and another set of young people injured. like you mentioned, one of them killll. some around here going as far as saying they've never seen it this bad. 2 more shootings, 2 more young victims. >> they are working together to determine if these shootings are indeed connecte
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with police havavg gunfire in an area plagued by gun violence. it seems, locals say, they're trying to understand what's broken. >> in the community either they're frightened out of their nd or just don't care. >> detectives responding to two different scenes. the first 15th street and 19th avenue in miami. a man walked up shooting a 16-year-old outside with a friend. the suspect runs off to an awaiting newer model red toyota camry. that teen survives. at the same time another teen shot near northwest 71st street and 14th avenue. >> and quickly initiated life-saving efforts and transported to ryder trauma center. >> they believe it's retaliation for previous shootings. something locals fear will consume the area if nothing is done. >> it's like they've become
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it's the norm and it shouldn't be. >> reporter: and so now here's where you come in. anyone with information encouraged to call crimeh stoppers and if it's not just because you want to be helpful, you could be eligible for a cash reward. for the right tip you can remain anonymous. live in miami, andrew perez, local 10 news. >> andrew, thanks a lot. >> laurie: team coverage continues with more on the high profile shooting of king carter. >> calvin: 2 teenagers arrested for e 6 year old's murder. carlos suarez live with more on the story. carlos? >> reporter: calvin and laurie, the murder made that much more egregious by saying that child's death was the result of a fight on social media. tonight 2 of the 3 gunmen sit in jail and police say there are more arrests. sporting a bandage to the neck, leonard adams was booked into jail where he'd soon find a famili face.
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walk on tuesday after police charged the pair in the shooting death of 6-year-old king carter. a murder police say stemmed from a fight on social media. >> right now it appears that there was some type of beef between the two rival factions. >> reporter: investigators say the teens headed out foa guy named juju when they pulled into the apartment, spotted him near the stair well and opened fire. carter, walking across the parking lot, shot in the chest. >> you'll live with this guilt for the rest of your days. know th! the most heinous thing you can do is to kill a child. >> reporter: the guilt too much for one of the teens who called carter's father and said he was sorry. >> he's so sorry. crcrng, yelling to the top of his lungs he's so sorry. >> reporter: early police storm the building in opalaka where they found a 9 mm handgun used in the shooting. >> we're hurting. thth ripped our family apart but we trust in god.
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wearing a gps monitor on his* ankle the day of the shooting. >> the truth of the matter is yesterday it was little king carter. tomorrow it could be someone else. >> reporter: all right, so police say the intended target, this person named juju did manage to fire back striking one of the teens in the chest. it's unclear whose bullets ultimately ended up striking carter. e teens charged with second degree murder in carter's death as well as first degree murder on the intended target, this juju person. both held tonight without bond. live tonight in west miami-dade. carlos suarez, local 10 news. >> we'll stay on it, carlos, thank you. >> calvinand engine trouble forcing a pilot to put down his plane turning a neighborhood into a runway. >> laurie: an incredible image and while such a close call the pilot walked away from the crash. live in hollywood where where this plane was taken.
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miraculously no one was hurt and the house it came down on still in very good shape. not bad damage at all. that's the fence the plane came down onnd it's standing just fine. it was an unbelievable sight t in hollywood. a small plane resting on the fence after the crash landing wednesday afternoon. >> i don't know what happened. i saw the plane through the window, i was very, very discouraged. >> reporter: michael canteras was home at the time. >> it stopped here. >> reporter: he walked us over to the spot where the plane came down. >> right here. it came down right there. >> engine failure. >> roger. >> reporter: the cessna 152 was on a routine maintenance flight. it took off before 4 p.m. and didn't take long for the pilot to report engine trouble. he tried to turn around, listen to the calls with the tower. the pilot, randall todd shore of pompano beach seen here
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plane down on 76th avenue blocks away from the airport. >> he attempted to land the aircraft on the street and looks like it struck something on the ground and it pirouetted and came to rest in front of the residence. >> you have to give that pilot all kinds of credit. to be walking away from that without a ubt. >> around 6:00 the plane was removed and taken to the airport. when he checked for damage, he didn't find much. the fence looks like it's in fine shape. >> it's a miracle. >> reporter: when the pilot got out of the plane he said god saved his life. in hollywood, victor, local 10 news. >> and now to theone and only exclusive. a hit and run crash. and tonight he ran out of gas
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112th street in southwest miami-dade. a stranger stopped to help him peck `p gas but when he returned to fill up his empty car he was struck and the driver never stopped. >> please be careful next time and i think it is. and the next guy won't be so lucky. >> reporter: soseo fractured his neck and suffered several broken bones. police are looking for a white ford crown victoria with heavy damage on the front end. if you have any information call 305-471-tips. >> laurie: the follow-up file in the mistrial of a person acused of molesting his baby sitter. the trial for augustine but today they played the portion of the audio recording not to
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the defense asked for a mistrial which was granted by the judge. the state now has to try it in front of a totally different jury. that date has not been set. >> calvin: bernie sanders and hillary clinton going head-to-head in the primary this weekend in south rolina but if you believe the polls, it should be a runaway for mrs. clinton. we're joined now live from columbia, south carolina. you're back again, glena. >> reporter: back again to some pretty windy weather here, calvin. this democratic primary on saturday, aside from being the democrats' first primary in thth south, has huge significance, especially for bernie sanders, because whatever those results are will tell whether he can compete nationwide for the african american vote specifically. wouldn't it be great? secretary hilllly clinton holds a double digit lead in every poll here where more than half african american.
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for a civirights and social justice and a more recent record of personally reaching out to mothers in police shootings. senator bernie sanders has met in south carolina churches and with community leaders highliting race in his signature issues. the income gap. criminal justice reform. >> she speaks for the city isoned by indifference. >> reporter: both are competing on the air and on the ground with black celebrities and litical endorsements. we'll see so many of those as here. sanders will be in missouri and oklahoma and other states. hillary clinton is bringing bill and chelsea to south carolina and she will be here, everywhere in the state, until saturday. live in columbia, south carolina, tonight, local 10 news. >> calvin: okay, glenith.
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>> and well, it's candy but it's made from canibus and now some people are using the hemp to heal themselves. but does it pass the dea's drug test? local 10 investigates is it po or not after the break. >> reporter: and dryer air moves in for tomorrow and also a cool breeze. don't miss the temperature forecast. i'm chief meteorologist betty davis. we're just minutes away. >> reporter: and the season for the miami heat at the american airlines arena.i'm will manso live here at the arena and it's certainly lived up to the hype and so did steph curry putting on the unbelievable performance down the stretch in the thriller. all the highlights and reaction later in sports. >> across the country it's time for america's favorite jackpot game! get ready, everybody. this is powerball!
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i'm laura johnson. tonight's powerball jackpot. and that first number up is 67. followed by the number 21.we'll meet monty who won 2 million dollars playing powerball. congratulations, monty! for the rest of the numbers we have 65, 31, rounding it out with the number 64. your powerball number tonight is 5 and the power play
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>> laurie: medical marijuana back on the ballot this fall but some already feeling the benefits from cbd.>> calvin: it comes from canibus plants like marijuana
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>> reporter: it's a saturday evening in miami's artsy winwood district. everyone is here to show w support for legalizing medical marijuana. but some are already getting that reliefethrough the secret of cbd. >> cbd coming from hemp is benefiting people. that's a fact. >> reporter: cbd comes from hemp. it's a plant like marijuana. but unlike marijuana hemp is high in cbd, not thc. here are some of the products being sold all across south florida. now at thth store in fort lauderdale you won't find big lines out the door and in fact won't even need a prescription to buy these goods but how is this stuff legal? we checked with the dea and they say at the moment it's illegally produced and the violation of federal laws. >> the feds are investigating. >> reporter: but a former prosecutor and criminal defense
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loophole in the law. >> because it comes from agricultural hemp which is legal and also because they're selling it as a supplement d not a drug. >> so who is using this stuff? moms like jennifer. >> my older son robby is 11 was born missing the center part of his brain but it looks like autism. >> she started robby on cbd and is already seeing a huge difference. >> it allows robby to function in a much more calm way. >> reporter: cindy also swears by it. >> i'm always up in the night and i'm able to get a good night's sleep when i use it. you don't want to take pills and don't want to be medicated and this and the put you down like you're medicated. >> reporter: of course it's big business. you can eat it, drink it and even wear it. >> it's the strongest cream. >> reporter: prices range from 15 to $100 per producu and it only takes about 45 minutes
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effects. >> there have been several investigations. >> reporter: but it's not without controversy. >> 100 viles of liquid thc. >> reporter: here in florida just last year investigators busted several smoke shops r selling products labeled cbd that actually contained thc. that's why businesses like holistic hope go the extra st of testing the products themselves. >> we've had it where it hasn't matched and the products never made it to the counters. >> reporter: so if you're considering cbd, make sure you do your homewor research what you're buying. >> reporter: most people don't know what they're getting so they must shop at reputable places and demand to see lab reports that show what's in the substance.e. >> customers using cbd e clearly satisfied. >> reporter: i use e holistic stuff, too, like from whole foods and i don't know how much of anythihi is whereas here i can clearly read it. >> it just relaxes you, like
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like if you ad a glass of wine but without the alcoholic effect. >> rererter: right now there are several bills being considerededby legislative committees in tallahassee that remove canibus from the schedule of controlled substances and allow certain universities to study hemp product. now we'll continue to follow their progress in the legislature. i'm michael siden, local 10 news. >> calvin: okay, michael, thanks. even in the state and in washington d.c. they allow doctors to prescribe medical marijuana. 4 states fully legalized the e drug for recreational use. here in florida the medical marijuana will be on the ballot as amendment 2. >> laurie: the update to th zika case here in florida. we learned there are 3 new cases inflorida, all pregnant women. state health authorities will not reveal where those patients live, but we know the 3 new cases make for a total of 32 across our state. all 32 are travel related. >> calvin: still l come, a somber anniversary in the cuban exile community.
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two brothers to the rescue planes. we'll take you to that sad, sad ceremony coming up. >> laurie: and we do have these live pictures now. 95 northbound at 125th street. a huge backup tonight! give a call to anne you know if they can avoid this area. 95 north right at 125th street. you can tell from the picture, the backup goes for miles. as we learn more details from (donkey sound) (elephant sound) there's a big difference between making noise, (tapping sound) and making senen.
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>> a somber a anniversary.
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brothers to the rescue planes were shot down. family members and investigators gathered where the 4 men departed to remember the tragedy and to remind everyone that justice has not been served for their deaths. >> and as we remember them today, we must not forget that 20 years later this crime remains and it is still unpunished! >> they say they will never forget or forgive and are dippointed by the obama administration who is set to make a trip it cubabanext month and of course local 10 news will be there. >> laurie: as we turn to weather, a wait and see kind of afternoon and luckily that weather ared us. >> calvin: those storms seemed to have weakened. >> we'll take it. a`nice surprise for us here on this wednesday night. hope you had a decent day and still a few and there are visuals on the radar and see that line out over the atlantic.
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eastbound headed out towards the bahamas and no longer a concern for us. there are still a few residual showers and all that action wos eastbound as we're sleeping tonight so by tomorrow morning it's all aboumainly dry weather returning to south florida. it has been quite a weather day. elsewhere in the country, if you have relatives in the carolinas or maybe d.c. or new rk city, severe storms are racing across those areas today. more than 200 wind reports coming out of there all because of this frontal system and numerous tornados reported as well. the weather getting a little more quiet for the areas tonight as the front gets ready to clear the coast line. the low pressure, though, cold air wrapping in behind it means some snow trailing all the way down through the southern appalachians and means some cooler air that's going to push into our area, too, we just have to force the cold front through.
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over and now focus on e temperatures and currently 70 in miami and d fort lauderdale. considering that we made it into the mid80s this afternoon, those numbers in themselves are a cool down. but once we get a northwest wind kicking in, we're expecting even cooler temperatures out there come tomorrow. so this is e deal. northwest winds take hold tomorrow and cool winds all day long with that northwest wind reinforced on friday and friday is going to be downright chilly with the lows dropping off into the 50s. for tomorrow morning, we're expectg lows in the 60s forecasting 64 for miami and then highs only reaching lower 70s. we don't want you to be surprised by this ringing the neighbors' doorbell. dingdong! can i borrow your sweater some you'll have yoyo sweater with you as you head off to work tomorrow. so definitely a cool change. we're going to be on the chilly side as we head into the weekend with overnight lows
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friday, saturday, susunday, too. and then by mnday a little more in the atmosphere. tracker julie durda gets started atat4:30. hey, will. >> reporter: betty, it's good to talk to you and an entertaining game tonight at american airlines arena! i'm will live at the arena where it was a playoff where the world champs were down. steph curry had 40 and d-wade 30 but it was clay thompson that went on the big run in the 4th quarter helping the warriors chip away at the heat lead and win this thing. we'll have all the highlights and the reaction in local 10 sports right after this. >> laurie: what a game and here are the cash 3, play 4, fantasy
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good luck! >> reporter: the champs were in town and it's a night the hype get lived up to. the teams have been playing good basketball and the warriors with 550 of the night. heat won 3 straight g ges and go to the highlight and see what happened tonight and dwayne wade said sure we can! the step and score and heat out to the early lead and d-wade with the huhu performance. and it's hassan whiteside with 21 points. 13 rebounds. the throw down there. heat up by 8. the warriors being the world d champs with steph curry and this guy is unbelievable. time winding down and hits the 3 but heat still up 9 in the second quarter and how about josh richardson. the rookie having to play because of injuries and guess what heat up 3 and the third with the steal down to the end and nice bucket move. all of a sudden now tied at 59 because the warriors start
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of the guys getting it done with clay thompson. hassan, again, those 21 and how about at shot basket there. heat up by 2 but then steph curry doing what steph curry does. the warriors don't look back and heat had 42 points. what a show tonight and the show the heat fallen 112-111. >> and it's just a great player and made some great players at the end and then enough to win the ball game and we could play with the way we played tonight and majority of the rest of the season to win these games and
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go our way in this event and very good for them. >> a couple being clay thompson and scott curry hitttng all the shots and wade's right. no such thing as moral victories but beat about just about any other nba team and great for the team that won 3 straight games and been playing basketball. oh, so close, laurie and calvin, but a great atmosphere tonight and a lot of fun to watch and it bodes well for the heat with the final 25 games. >> they play well for the competition but it's so different. they're on a measing! >> and the son s there and talking about it forever! >> he thinks he's seth. i hope he makes seth curry money one day! that would be nice! >> reporter: tomorrow is going
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