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investment in the murder of king carter. two teenagers behind barshis morning, headed t court. one pilot had to use a south`@lorida road as a runway. good morning, south florida. i'm eric yutzy. >> i'm jacey birch. it's cooler outside. let's talk to julie durda about this change in weather. >> it's so nice. what a relief we didn't have severe weather in south florida lifetime night. my fence finally blew completely down due to that gusty winds we're dealing with. currently we have very strong winds out of the northwest. remember a shift in the wind direction provides for comfortable conditions out there, and this is just the beginning of the change i think you're really going to like going into the weekend. 64 degrees in palm beach. 66 in miami. 67 inn homestead. these temperatures anywhere between seven and 11 degrees cooler than what we woke up to yesterday.
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anywhere between 10 and 20 miles an hour. 64 degree at 6:00. 67 as the kids head to the bus stop. cooler. highs today only reaching the low 70s with more sunshine. i'll have more onn this great forecast coming up. we begin with a story y ill developing. more gun violence on the streets last night. two teenagers shot just mimites apart. survive. andrew perez has that story. >>reporter: two more shootings two more young victims. >> they are working together to determine if these shootings are indeed connected. >>reporter: miami-dade detectives have a lot on their plate. gunfire erupting. they say they a trying to understand what's broken. >> look at t community. either they are frightened out of their minds or they just don't care. >>reporter: detectives responding to two different scenes.
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in miami. detectives say a man walked up shooting a 16-year-old who was outside with a friend. the suspect runs off to an awaiting newer model red toyota camry. that teen survivors. around the same time though, another teen shot near 71st street and 14th avenue. >> paramedics quickly initiated life-saving efforts and we transportationed that person to ryder trauma center. reporter: area residents believe it's retaliation for previous shootings, something locals fear will consume the area if nothing is done. >> it's the normal and that shouldn't be. >>reporter: anyone with information is encouraged to call crimestoppers, that number 305-471-tips. i'm andrew perez, local 10 news. the shooting of those tns coming just hours after a break in the case of the shooting of 16-year-old king
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police arrested these two teenagers right here in connection with that murder. carlos suarez has more now on how theyp were tracked down. >>reporter: leonard adams booked into jail where he would find a familiar face. irwin presley. 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: when they pulled into an apartment building on saturday, spotted him near a stairwell and opened fire. carter who was walking across the parking lot shsh in the chest. >> you will live with this guilt for the next couple of days. >>reporter: the guilt appeared
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teens who called carter's father and said sorry. in opa-locka police found a . millimeter handgun. >>reporter: he was on investigation for a strong-arm robbery and was wearing a gps on his ankle. the person managed to fire back strikin one of the teens in the neck. it's unclear whose bullets ultimately ended up striking the child. we're told that the teens are being charged second degree murder in the death and they are being charged with second degree murder on the intended target. they are being heldwithout bond. i'm carlos suarez, local 10 news. quite t t close call on wednesday when the pilot was forced to make
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victor oquendo spoke to the owner of the home where the plane landed. >>reporter: it was an unbelievable sight in hollywood, a small plane resting on a fence when it crash landed wednesday fight. >> the plane through the window, i was very, very discouraged. >>reporter: michae was home at the time. it stopped here. >>reporter: it stopped here? he walked us over to the spot where the plane came down. >> gip failure, rogerer >>reporter: the cessna 152 was on a routine maintenance flight. it took off before 4:00 p.m. and it didn't take long for the pilot to report enginee trouble. he tried to turn around, listen to the calls with the tower. the pilot of pompano beach seen here bandaged up had toring the
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from the airport. >> it looks like it might have struck something on the ground off the telephone pole, pir p pirouetteing. >>reporter: the plane was removed and taken to a hanger at north barry airport. your fence looks like it's in fine shape. >> it's a miracle. >>reporter: when theilot got out of the plane, he saidod saved his life. the investigation is ongoing. in hollywood victor oquendo, l lal 10 news. we are hearing from a man who survived a hit and run cra that had him in critical coition. 27-year-old fernando rose ao ran out of gas, a stranger stopped to help him pick up some
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to pick up his empty car, he was struck and the driver never stopped it. pleage be careful next time. >> easy, easy. >> i'm okay now. >> take it easy. >> but the next time, the next time won't be so lucky. >> he fractured his neck, a ao suffered several broken bones. police looking for a white crown victoria. the trial for a weston podiaiaist accused of a 1-year-old girl was put on hold. prosecutors played a portion of an audio recording not supposed to be played in front of the juru. defense asked for the mistrial which was quickly granted by the judge. a date for the neo trial has not been head. bernie sanders is going head for head in the democratic primary
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that's thiseekend. >> our own glenna millberg hasore fromom the campaign trail in south carolina. >>reporter: wouldn't it be great, secretary hillary clinton holds a double digit lead in every hold here. clinton has a history working for civil rights and social justice and a more recent record of personally reaching out to mothers who have lost sons in police shootings. senator bernie sanders has met in south carolina churches and with community leaders highlighting race in his signature issues, the income gap, crinal justice restorm. >> she speaks for a city poisoned by indifference. >>reporter: both are competing on the air and on the ground with black celebrities and political endorsements. >>reporter: you'll be seeing a lot of the ads here the next couple of days. birthdays has left south carolina to go ahead and campaign i states coming up on march 15th.
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here. in fact later today bill clinton will be here and different campaign stops south carolina and we'll be there for you today. i'm glenna millberg in columbia, south carolina, local 10 news. now we turn to an update on the zika cases here in florida. there are three new cases in the sunshine state all with pregnant women. state health authorities will not reveal wherethe patients live. all 32 are travel related zika case. still to come this morning an emotional anninirsary yesterday in the cuban exile community. >> how they memorialize the brothers lost 20 years ago. you probably had to deal with the wind gusts which were very strong. right now we have lingering cloud cover but it's the temperatures we're talking about as you walk out the door. a nice refreshing
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how long willtt0w!ti"hz! %4@-4=l tt0w!ti"hz! el@->: tt0w!ti"hz! ed@-88d tt0w!ti"hz% )8h-xf8 tt0w!ti"hz% kzh-e)d tt0w!ti"hz% n-h-0@h tt0w!ti"hz% 0ph-.'p tt0w!ti"hz% s"h->u0 tt0w!ti"hz% ueh-=7@ tt0w!ti"hz7hh-!54 somber anniversary in the cuban exile community. family members and tivists gathering at opa-locka executive airport where the four men departed from to pay thei respects and demand justice. >> 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 not forgetnd not forgive either. they are disappointed by president obama who makes that trip to cuba next month. good thursday morning, south florida. we like to call it friday eve. after a night of stormy conditions, the front ispushing through south florida. this is the beginning of cool air that's going to settle into our area and provide for a nice, refreshing change. we had an official high of 96 degrees.
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official low of 74 and now we're waking up to the 60s. 66 in miami. 64 ft. lauderdale. 68 key west. you can see our cameras moving around, breezy to june right windy conditions with winin moving out of the northwest. that northwest connection is that cool air. wind speeds between 15 and 20 miles per hour. currently 65 in pembroke pines as well as kendall 64 comfortable degrees. june right windy at titis so we are expecting the advisories for you boaters. beach-goersse do have small craft as well. wind gusts right now in the 20s down by the keys. 10 to 15 miles an hour winds from homestead up towards pompano beach. speaking ohow much cooler it feels, look at these temperatures. they dip down between seven and 11 degrees cooler than what we saw yesterday. look at the panhandle waking up to temperatures in the 40s. we've got the 50s
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portions of the state. the leading edge of the front is right now splitting ft. lauderdale and miami-dade right at the border. the showers at the front will continue to push away and we are expecting the front to clear southlorida by midmorning. there's an area of low pressure that continues to bring some severe weather across the northeast and because the air is so cold behind the system snow anywhere from detroit as far south as tennessee. check out the temperatures behind this front. a very big blast of cold air will push towards the south. this afternoon our highs are only going to reach the mid 70s. going into tomorrow we're talk lows in the 50s. ananven colder morning will come. by saturday morning we're expecting lows in the upper 40s inland, low 50s near the coast. get ready, you're going toeed the sweaters, jackets and scarfs going into the eekend. it's sold as a supplement and it really looks like candy but
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medical marijuana will be back on the ballot of fall but this people here in south
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feelininthe benefits of cpd. >> michael seiden explains. >>reporter: it's a saturday evening in miami's artsy windward district. this bar is buzzing with excitement. >> register to vote. >>reporter: everyone here to show support for legalizing medical marijuana. but some are already getting that relief through the secret of cbd. >> cbd coming from hemp is benefiting people. that is a f ft. >>reporter: cbd comes from hemp. hemp i i a cannabis plant ke marijuana but unlike marijuana him season high in cbd, not thc. this store in ft. lauderdale you're not going to find big lines out the door. in fact you don't even need a prescription to buy these goods, we wanted to find out how is this stuff legal? we checked with the da. they told us quote at
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illegally produced in the u.s. in violation of two laws. >> the feds are investigating. >>reporter: he says there's a loop hole in t law. >> because it comes from agricultural hemp which is legal and also because they are selling it as a supplement, not a drug. >> i'm going to get three today. >>reporter: who whose using this stuff? moms like jennifer. >> my oldest son robbie. he's 11. he was born missing the center part of his brain but it looks like autism. >>reporter: she started robbie on cbd and is already seeing a huge difference. >>reporter: it allows him to function in a much more cool way. >> i'm able to get a good night's sleep when i use it. they don't want to take pills and don't want to medicated. >>reporter: of course it's big business. can you eat it, drink it
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>> as the strongest cream we sell. >>reporter: prices can range from 15 to more than $100 per prpruct and it only takes about 45 minutes before you start to feel the effects. but it's not without controrsy. >> 100 viles of liquid thc. >>reporter: here in florida last year, investigators busted several smoke shops for selling products labeled cbd that actually contain thc. that's why businesses like holistic hope g g the extra step of testing the products themselves. >> we have had a couple times where it matched and those products never made it to theounter. >>reporter: so if you're considering cbd, make sure you do your homework, research what you're buying. >> they must shop at reputable placed and demand to see lab reports. >>reporter: customers using
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>> i u stuff from whole foods. i don't know how much of anything is but here i can clearly read it. >> it just relaxes you, calms you down like if you hadad a glass of wine but without the alcohol effe. >>reporter: it would allow certain university to see study hemp production. we'll continue to follow their progress in thelegislature. i'm michael seiden, local 10 news. 23 states, even the nation' capital even washington, d.c. allow states to prescribe medical marijuana. medical marijuana will be on the november ballot as amendment two. okay. coming up after the break the heat playing host to mvp steph curry and the@ world champion warriors last night. >> will manso breaks down the marquee
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>>reporter: good thursday morning. i'm will manso with your local 10 morning sports wrap. andd what a game at the american airlines arena bebeeen the heat and defending world champion golden state warriors. the heat took all their punches a then some and then played a thriller. d-wade a big reason why coming off a tough, tough performance in the win against indiana. weighed much better on is night. heat up early. wade had 32 points. still the first quarter goran dragic, the alley-oop. rebounds, heat up eight. you knew the warriors start coming back. steph curry time winding down in the three.
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playing tim because of injuries. rocky knocking -- rookie knocking down the three it. nice move for the basket. game now tied at 59. clay thompson just went nunu in the fourth quarter. we talked so much about curry. at one point thompson scored 15 straight points. goes in that basket. heat up by twout then steph curry, he's the best for a reason. he does this. the three-pointer, had a couple of big threes down the stretch. and this was a great one at t arena but the warriors take it in the end, 118-112 the final. >> just a great player. made some great plays at the end. we did enough to win the ball gami.
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with it. the way we played tonighttnd the majority of the rt of the season. this is a very fun game for us. we was right there, gave ourself that chancnc you know, couple things go our way. this has been a very goodin. >> couple things hitting every single shot in what seemed like in that fourth as the warriors win thishing. >> very good sign for this team though. went toe to toe, they fall on this one. they are really right now playing some of their best basketball on the four. >> will manso. >> what a game last night. just hours after two teenagers arearrested in a six-year-old boy's death, more gun violence erupts again. >> at 5:00 learn more
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apart. right now at 5:00 teens shot and another person killed. who fears the gunfire will never stop. the two accused teenagers set to appear before a judge this morning. a tricky touchdown. a south florida neighborhood becoming the scene of an emergency landing. wicked weather rips through the sunshine state. a look at the destruction left behind. good morning, south florida. i'm eric yutzy. >> i'm jacey birch. we've got a lot of top stories to get to in just a moment. first i'm sure you felt a difference in the air as you steppedutside. let's talk to meteorologist julie durda about that. >> it is a nice refreshing change now that the front took the shower and thunderstorm activity just to the south of us. we still havet lingering right now over portions of the keys.
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thing you'll notice is a shift in the wind direction providing for these comfortable temperatures this morning. 63 in ft. lauderdale. 62 pompano beach. 64 in kendall. in marathon. yesterday we had temperatures much warmer. check it out. our temperatures have dropped in the wake of that cold front anywhere between six and 13 degrees cooler than yesterday. now let's talk about the winds at 13 miles per hour in miami, 14 mile per hour wind out of the northwest in ft. lauderdale, 16 mile per hour wind down by the keys. wind gusts in the 20s. a june right windy day will be in store for us. therefore we have rough surf expected for you boaters. i'm happy to tell you we are expecting dry conditions as high pressure is going to build from the north keeping that cool air connection for us. throughout the morning we are going to see temperatures i the low 60s. a nice refreshing change and this is one of the days of three you're going toe able to open up the windows. highs today reaching the


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