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his life like that. >> terrell: family members hit by the tragic murder of 17-year-old david goulbourn have felt this time of pain before. >> we just wan@ justice, i mean, like there's nothing else our family can do. we just took a loss in january. i mean, we can't lose no more family. >> terrell: that loss was david's5-year-old cousin aulder hill shot execution style last month while riding his bike next to miami northwestern senior high. in this latest shooting david and a friend, 16-year-old daquan gordon, were walk can together wednesday evening when a gunman targeted the two. daquan was shot in the leg. david ran at least a mile before the soter cornered and killed him in the courtyard of the liberty city apartment complex where he lived. >> they not even 19. i'm 53 years old. and they not even gonna make it to be that age. you know what i'm saying? and it'sad. >> terrell: today that surviving teen's family learned the beef behind the bullets maybe born on facebook. right now friends, family of
activists are gathering at the murder scene to protest the seemingly endless spate of gun violence. >> enough is enough. we cannot continue to have a killing a day. and yesterday i think we had three. unacceptable. >> ^errell: unacceptable indeed. and a big message from this group, ty're spreading the message. pick up the phone and give detectives a call to help crack this case and also to end this vicious and dangerous spate of a number of poli officers are here as well. miami-dade police department as well as the chief from miami gardens police department all in support of this vigil. we are live i iliberty city, i'm terrell forney, local10 news. >> calvin: now to the death of king carter, the other senseless shooting that has rocked the community. today the two teens accused for local10 news reporter hatzel vela live now qn northwest miami-dade with more for us. tzel.
you that the family of little king carter did plan a rally, a rally that was planned before these arrests were made but they were adamant about having this rally anyway because they say a message has to remain the same, that the violence has to stop. a rally planned before the arrest was but still taking place because thesese people still have a message that enough is enough. >> i just need to be sure that you're willing the let the public defender's office represent you for this hearing. are you willing to do that, sir? >> yes. >> hatzel: barely audible, 18-year-old leonard adams in court, not saying much. >> next we have irwen pressley. >> hatzel: 17-year-old irwen pressley also in court a day after being arrested, accused of taking part in a shootout that killed six-year-old kg carter. it was a social media rudi feud on facebk between pressley, adams and another guy named ju j j that sparked the shooting. police believe others may be
for an early 2000s black model lexus with bulult holes. >> there's no bond. good luck to you, sir. >> hatzel: adams still wearing a bandage over an injury cause immediate the gunfire battle. when plessley was arrested at this opa-locka apartment building, police say he had a gun. he admitted he used in the gunfight. pressley ylso had an ankle bracelet which helped police trace him to the crime scene the date of shooting. as the victim's family grieves, there is some closure knowing the ones who police say pulled the trigger will remain locked up. i can tell you a couple dozen people have left here, this gas station. this is where they came and got together. we heaea a couple words from the grandmothers of little king rter. that group has now taken off about fife blocks away. they will make that trek and come back and gather once again. we also understand that little king carter's viewing will be tomorrow at the friendship missionary baptist church.
northwest miami-dade, hatzel vela, local10 news. >> laurie: and now to a pawnshop stick-up ipembroke park. police say two armed been were wearing ski masks buried into the pawnshop on northwest 2nd and 30th avenue. one of the robbers tried fire can his gun but i didn't go off. those suspects did get weaken a man known as the barefoot burglar faced judge today. john carlos kyre objection is charged with multiple counts of burglar burglary two days aftft he was charged on drug challengers. he broke into eye home while a couple and their two children slept inside. he got away w wh a cell phone and wallet. authorities say kyre objection is behind a string of similar burglaries in the area all of which he billion dollar off without wearing shoes. >> calvin: about a dozen people have been forced to find another place to live after a fire. and a firefighter kate all on helmet camera.
dramatic video. >> michael: we have seen police departments use those go pro cameras as they're cracking down on criminals but tonighte're getting an inside look as fort lauderdale fires rushed in this home with flames and heavy smoke. check out this video. it's an up close look at what it's like for firefighters to run into a burning home. this fort lauderdale firirighter is armed with a go pro farmer on his helmet, navigating through time. you can hear fellow firefighters trying to communicate with each other, making sure everyone is out of the house. the flames are intense, but first responders are determined. no doubt heowners in this neighborhood passing by this relief, thankful that firefighters were able to knock out the blaze before it could spread to other homes. tonight a dozen people are looking for a new home.
was injured. and back out here life again, that home served as a group home, a halfway home for 12 men. displaced. we'll keep you updated on theirprogress. we are live in fort lauderdale, i'm michael seiden, local10 >> calvin: and we're now getting a closer look at the small plane that crashed outside of a hollywood home yesterday. the aircraft was hauled back to miles away from where it made that rough landing after the pilot reported engine trouble. sky 10 was above the scene yesterday as the tail of the plane was resting against the fence. the pilot was treated for minor lacerations but. a taekwondo stricter that is been reladies on fife new counts of sexual battery. the let's alleged victim ed claimed the 65-year-old assaulted her while she was a udent. he apparently even paid her for the assaults over the last five years. police say she came forward following his first arrest.
there. >> laurie: now to vote 2016, and a new bowl that finds donald trump with a big lead innsenator marco rubio's home turf right here in florida. trump is ahead of rubio 44 to 24% in a quinnipiac university voters. ted cruz australia's at 12%. john kasich with 7%. a reminder the florida presidential primary takes place on tuesday march 15th, and the presidential primary in south carolina, frontrunner hillary clinton has been covering a lot of ground and that's where local10 news reporter glenna milberg has been on her trail. she joins us live from florence, south carolina. glenna. >> glenna: i was going to say we've been covering it with her, laurie. we have been following secretary clinton from town to town in this rural part of what the call the midlands south carolina. there well no protesters. nobody is can go about benghazi or about classified emails on
this is a solid base of suppopo, and mrs. clinton today wanted to keep it way and get them out to vote on saturday. the questions reveal the issues.s. >> our farmers are suffering. >> what would you do for debts? >> i see bernie sanders,e's i'm going going to be able to send to school for free. >> glenna: and this audience applauded the glances we need to turn what some have called a corridor of shame into a corridor of opportunity. >> glenna: hillary clinton tra versed the rural midlands of south carolina past cottonfields and countless churches, holding latively intimate town halls, personal q&a with a consolidate solid base of support. >> how important is it to you that hillary clinton will continue the president's policies and plans? >> very important. very important because these things are working now, ex folks want to ignore it but it's working. >> glenna: african-americans are
more than half the state's democratic voters and a keyo pin in saturday's primary. this is a very supuprtive crowd. hillary clinton comes here fafang fully committed supporters. bernie sanders inhese communities is battling the history of hillary here. senator bernie sanders chose to campaign in ohio and michigan thursday, big, more favorable primary states for him. >> almost all of those polls ve us beating trump by wide margins. >> glenna: hillary clinton left the cumberland united methodist church about an hour go aheaded toward doing the same in myrtle beach. a couple more stops for her tonight. all of the polls of south carolina right now even an aggregate have clinton over sanders by anywhere from 18 to 24 points. bernie sanders is due back in south carolina tomorrow to begin to tryto narrow that gap before
i'm glenna milberg live in florence, south carolina tonight, local10 news. >> laurie: pretty great to have you there for us. we know you'll be back with us at listening tonight, and for more live repor from south carolina bus reports from the gop campaign trail, stay with local10 and "world news tonight" at 6:30. >> calvin: its election day in jamaica. the labor part is led by 43-year-old d drew holeness. simpson miller is said to be in the lead. jamaican media report can there is heavy security at the polls after a series of shootings last month. >> laurie: it is ten minutes after 6:00. let's check the evening rush for up. jenise fernandez, what do you see? >> jenene: it's always busy. right now we're watching this broken-down tract mac arthur causeway. that's for those of you leaving miami beach, so it is causing a bit of a backup. we zoom on in to our maps again we're talking about this@
on macarthur causeway around biscayne boulevard. speeds are at 14 miles per hour. we're also watching this don't dolphin expressway westbound a lejeune road, there are two right lanes blocked with speeds there clocking in at 14 miles per hour. and as we cruise on t/ broward county, we are watching this accident on i-95 northbound, this is right around griffin road. this is aenter lane blocked, seeing a few delays here with speeds right now at 32 miles per hour. calvin. jenise, thanks a lot. syndrome, apple contiesth big legal battle with the fbi. >> laurie: and you're going to hear fro apple's ceo himself in an exclusively with david muir on world news titan 6:30. >> betty: its beautiful there but no doubt you are feeling the cool change. i'm meteorolost betty davis. i'll let you know how throw temperatures go tonight. >> andrew: and i can tell you this much,h, am aye a very happy camp per p my buddy took me up with my very first hopefully of many plates right here. smell this. you can't, but i can.
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there for us. liane. >> liane: i'll step out of the way right away so that you can see what we're talking about here. take a look at this mess. all of this caused by a water main break we're told, miami police on scene blocking off streets son pay attention because if you travel in this tear of miami you'll want tonow. southwest 16th street between 22nd and 24th avenues. that is being blocked off. southwest 23rd avenue between 16th and 17th streets. and this is caused a lot of attention, a lot of people living along this stretch of 16th street coming out of their homes, taking a look. we saw a lot@ of water coming onto people's yards. not sure if there'sny water actually coming into any homes. there are some is on the other side that event been able to take a look att but as far as i can tell no water coming into the homes put as meaningsed off 16th street and events stree
south beach now. a beautiful back backdrop for thisear's wine and food festival that kicks off tonight with the italian bites event. the food netted work and cooking channel will be holding oldest events in fort lauderdale for the very first time. >> lrie: local10 news reporter andrew perez is right in the heart of south beach with a tay preview from there. oh, sure. make us hungry. come fly with nee >> andrew: i'm not going lie, i can't hear a word you just told me. i assume i'm live right now because this mus is popping. this meatball is gooped if just getting started. take a look at this. the venue is just huge, it's right on the beach. celebrits, good food, great wines. the right here, this is what south florida is fams for. these chefs are up against the clock. they've got many guests and all of them come hungry. >> every year it just gets bigger and bigger. it's the 15th year.
this. >> andrew: more 30 world class show of the sand in south beach. tonight is all about italian bites, try them all and dance it off to mauk room for more. > burger bash might be it. utopia might be it. 90 events. i'd change to find an event that doesn't speak to what you love food and drink. >> andrew: every day something newspaper several premier venues, some chefs cooking you will somebody special just for the event. >> a pork belly and chorizo meatbaba over angel hair and fresco cheese tonight. >> andrew: and the best part of all the proceeds go to fiu. those procedures going towards student chefs, those in the hospitality industry at fiu. ififou don't have a ticket for tonight or for tomorrow yet, you might be out of luck. you can go to our website local10.com and check it out. i would be nice and offer to bring you some of this food. this meatball is a mediterranean meatball. it's absolutely amazing. i don't think i can fit them into my pockets, though, but i
how it tastes. for now on south beach, i'm andrew perez. >> calvin: not good enough. >> laurie: we're all starving now. what a night for it, though, betty, what weather. i think they ordered this up on the menu. >> betty: perfection. perfection everywhere you look. we're looking through the lens of our mallory square camera, so bebetiful. it's going to be a great evening to head out and watch the sun go down. this is miami. hardly a cloud to be found over the magag city, just stunning out there all day long. 7070egrees, that was as warm as it got. there is a chill in the a a. temperatures running below average. and that's going to be the case over the next couple days. right now we see a lot of 60son the map, 66 in miami, pembroke pines, maybe you're about to head out to the grocery store, you're probably grab can aweater or maybe putting on some sweatpants in kendall where it's 65 degrees, and the temperatures will get lower tonight. by 10:00 tonight some of you may start to see that thermometer falling ofof into the upper 50s before we eventually settle in
it's going to be a chilly one out athat bus stop, that's for sure. winds are flowing in from t t northwest tonight sustained now near 10 miles an hour, and on that northwest breeze the air is cooler, it is drier, we're getting this air wrapping in behind a cold front and around an area offigh pressure over the gulf of mexico. this high is going to dominate our weather come tomorrow and the day after. we'll be cauaut in that cool breeze, that north-northwest wind helping to cheep that chill in the air. keep that chill. saturday morning could be chillier and saturday afternoon is going to be cool, too, but at least we will have s sshine in the forecast. that's the expectation. we do expect tomorrow toto be we'll start the innate lower 50s, forecasting a low of 53 in miami. remember, 63 is normal, that's our normal low so we're runninga good 10 degrees below that, and there may be s se upper front inland inland. high temperatures during the afternoon may be that journey
of year. saturday morning forecasting a low of 50 0 miami, so that means some of you will i can was up to the upper 40s, and t tn a high of 70. sunday morning mid-50s, not quite normal but we're getting ere. then as we put a wrap the on month of march -- of february, i should say -- the weather is going to be delightful. monday 60. highs in the lower 70. then march 1st, tuesday, that is when we hit 80s degrees. so there will be warm weather ahead but for now we're chilling out. >> will: the heat couldn't stop these flash brothers downhe stretch but it wasn't all bad news for miami. miami se encourage can signs
state next.tt0w!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"hz% 7hh-!54 >> will: after suffering their first loss since the all-star break, the heat had the day off today, and why not. miami ran up and down the court with the best team in the nba and missed winning by that much. so close they had that opportunity to hand golden state their sixth loss of the season. but clay thompson went berez in the fourth quarter one point scoring 15 straight points. this is what makes the warriors so special. play is amazing and steph curry is the best. the mvp was the difference in the final minute of game. curry had 42 point as the heat couldn't hold on and fell 118-112. it certainly wasn't all bad news for miami. how about the performance of hassan whiteside coming off the bench for a third straight game.
rebounds, playing that up tempo style which works well but they've been able to mix in the big guys. another promise have presumptioning side of they heat, the performance of rookie josh required richardson. an increased role with you'd ray out for the y. the guard scored 15 points. even though the heat lost, they do see a lot to like about the way they played against the defending champs. >> these kind of games don't come around that often. so this is my message to the guys. let's go out and have fun andig play basketbal and enjoy this competition. we did what we needed to do and we had a chance. we just didn't win, but itakes nothing away from the way we've been playing and the way we've performed. >> will: meanwhile, florida panthers continued to perform. they held a morning skate getting ady to get on home ice against phoenixover at the about the center in sunrise. the right wringer shawn has
extensioning back to the heat, there's no such thing as moral victories in sports. but i think the way to play that way toe to toe against the champs, take a punch and punch back. >> can i add this? without chris bosh. >> will manso: that would be could be the rest of the season. >> laurie: tonight, betty? >> betty: chilly out there.
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