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>> john: amy is ready for a party. >> amy: it's a big day. we're wearing red because it's orlando goes red. heart health month. today is the day that everyone will be wearing red. bring awareness for heart disease and heart defects. it's really important. they brought us all kinds of little goodies. >> john: and we have our drinks
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make sure to wear your red. and use your #gdo, and share. >> amy: i'm john brown. >> amy: i'm amy kaufeldt. lgbt right it's in brfnlgt bnchts county. we have details. >> i think it's time to end the very artful smear that you and your campaign have been carrying out in recent weeks. >> oh! >> and let's talk about the issue. >> john: that was a debate last night. the gloves coming off in the democratic race for president. the top fiery moments from last night, straight ahead. >> amy: a huge data breach at ucf. what the school is doing tad -- what they are doing today. >> amy: but now, brrr. >> john: what happened? .
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too yesterday. gainesville, ocala, and 40s for the remainder. and when we factor in the local breezes, we have a wind chill or feels like temperature feeling like the 30s in man locales. a lot of kids have gone off to the bus stop. if you are a late straggler, bundle up the kids. it's a chiller. the sunshine is coming back home to good old f-l-a. and we see cool breezy weather. 58 by 5:00 p.m., and 5 55 by 8:00 p.m. and we bring in clouds. and rain chances climbing by saturday night, and then clearing things out for sunday with bright florida sunshine >> gina: sky fox is over the crash at orange avenue past zel road. looks to be an oil tanker
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a right lane is blocked there. but it's pretty smooth in the area. i-4 still looking good. lake mary to colonial, 17 minutes. i-4 eastbound to the attractions, 13 minutes. the 408 is looking good as well. >> john: proposed ordinance to put an end to discrimination against the lgbt was shot down. >> amy: it was voted down after hours and hours of debating. the meeting ended the 1:00 a.m. >> reporter: good morning. it was a late night, and early morning, depending on how you looked at it. the meeting drew a passionate crowd. 500 residents from palm bay showed up to on the proposed human rights ordinance. its ordinance was to protect the rights of the lgbt community in work, housing, and public
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specifics on allowing transgender to use the restroom they most identify with. schools and churches would have been exempt with the ordinance. we caught up with community leaders following the ordinance being voted down. >> it was very overwhelming to see so many people come out. i was happy to see that people are passionate in the city and they care and wanted to make sure to voice their opinion. >> it was about the reality in trying to do something good, what they were actually doing was putting at risk all the business owners of faith. my reaction is just extremely thankful. >> the time for human rights and moving forward is now"rr so we failed tonight but the movement moves on and goes forward. >> reporter: something interesting to note here. one city council member put it this way. the jordans was written -- the jond
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ordinance was written like a solution with a problem. >> amy: the south burg condos. the suspects opened fire from the parking lot. shot bullets into the victim's condo. one of the bullets hit the man. he was rushed to the hospital. no word on how serious his injuries are. >> amy: an innocent by stander was shot when a man was ambushed. at a restaurant at orange blossom in orange county. some kind of argument was going on earlier in the evening. later, a man involved in the restaurant was leaving the restaurant. an innocent bystander was hit. both are suspected to survive. the suspects are on the run. >> john: ucf students and staff will soon find out if their identities were stolen.
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out letters to 63,000. they first found out about the hack last month. they announced the data breach after they realized it affected more people than they initially thought. they are warning other colleges in order to identify other potential victims. ucf is working to prevent this from happening again. and we'll have more on how the school is responding in the next half hour here on "good day orlando." >> john: an employee at a tax collectors office is charged with fraud. she helped people get driver's licenses without taking the required tests. she worked with a arab interpreter to help people with middle eastern ethnicity to help them get driver's license.
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900 block of carpenter road in titusville. moments after titusville police and paramedics arrived. a witness said they heard the child. >> i first went out there. he was a little bit underneath the truck. i had the driver back up a little bit. and just applied pressure with a towel on his forehead, because he was bleeding pretty bad. >> amy: poor guy. the boy was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. for word on how he is doing this morning. the crash is under investigation. >> john: you decide 2016. the gloves came out during the democratic debate in new hampshire. >> amy: ryan has a look at some of the fireworks that happened. >> reporter: there were plenty, for sure. hillary clinton and bernie sanders. a whole range of issues. to who is more progressive, what is progressive in, and who is best to take on wall street. >> i am not making promises that
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>> i have not run for president before. >> there's no disagreement on universal coverage for healthcare. the disagreement is where do we start from and where do we end up. senator sanders waps us to start all all over again. >> the idea that i would dismantle waiting to pass medicare for all is not accurate. >> i wonder who is left in the progressive win of the democratic party. >> instead of arguing about definition, let's talk about what we should do. let's not only talk the talk but walk the walk. >> if we're going to get into labels, i don't think it was particularly progressive to vote against the brady bill five times.
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to vote to give gun makers and sellers immunity. >> senator clinton represents the establishment. >> senator sanders is the only person who would characterize me, a woman running to be the first woman president, as exemplifying the establishment. >> being a part of the establishment, a super pac that raised $15 million from wall street. >> i think it's time to end the very artful summary that you and your -- sneer the artful smear. >> reporter: . a recent cnn poll shows bernie sanders has a 31 point lead. new hampshire is a little
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and 7:30 on our sister station, my 65. and saturday night at 11:00 p.m. it'll be interesting come tuesday. >> john: we're just over 90 minutes away from a rocket launch. >> amy: an atlas five rocket is expected to take off. 8:38. a gps satellite for the air force. you can watch the launch live on "good day orlando" and on, our website. florida works to get ahead of the zika virus. >> john: how the state is it working to get ahead of the game, straight ahead. ? you -- what a shock. >> jayme: clearing things out,
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i just sent a note home and said make sure the kids are wearing long pants, because they'll get cold out there. >> john: if i was not mistaken yesterday it was 70 at this time? >> amy: yeah. and now it's 48. brrr. senator bill nelson is asking the president to appoint a zika czar as the number of cases of zika virus climb. >> reporter: the 12th case of zika was reported here in the state of florida yesterday. that person is down in broward. broward has been added to the list of counties under a public health emergency. five counties including hillsborough. governor rick scott is working with the centers for disease control to provide additional testing kits to catch the virus early on and help to prevent it from spreading. the governor said there are ways you can help. >> get your screens out. and make sure there's no standing water. no standing water around your
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and use repellant. >> reporter: according to the cdc, only one in five people affected with the virus will show symptoms and most will be very mild, but pregnant women are at the highest risk because of the danger of birth defects. >> john: officers sent us pictures of a boat crashing into a seawall. it took three people and five officers to stabilize the boat and get the elderly couple inside out to safety. 81-year-old and 76-year-old were taken to the hospital for minor injuries and exposure to the elements. jayme, you pointed out yesterday that it was not a good day to be out on the water. >> amy: yes. and we're awaitin
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the atlas five hitting the heavens. carrying a gps satellite. which is good, we can find our way around town. the launch opportunity is 15 to 20 men's. the only thing i find are gusty winds at times. no surprise. the cold front kicks down from the south. and all of our live camera it's show the sharp line of clouds. just to the west of that, brilliant florida sunshine. the cool air continues. riding in, surfing in on the northerly air flow. temperatures dropped into the 30s at ocala and gainesville. and then it maturities or warms -- moderates and warms some. the feels-like temperature feels like low 30s over north central florida at this time. 359 by 2:00 p.m. sun returns, cool, breezy.
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is for you. the next self-days, very similar weather plays out. we have a pretty chilly forecast over the next several days. the model forecast shows the spin of winds, importation of atlantic based cloud cover. rain. and low pressure pushing up the spine of the state. and exiting south of vero beach. in this particular model, it keeps the rain chances higher along the immediate beach front tomorrow night. we'll have 50% for orlando metro, and a lesser extent, moving west to northwest away. so lesser rain chances for leesburg, ocala, up to the gainesvilleville. in the surf, 3 to 5 feet. if you have the time and means in south florida, in fort lauderdale, northwester
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big low pressure generator 12 to 15-foot seas. that energy will spread out. some will clear the northern end of the west end of the grand bahamas. and a nice fetch, prolonged area of northerly air flow will send some swell into the local waters. but will the local winds cooperate? i think not. very gusty out of the north, and north northeast into tomorrow. pretty choppy and sloppy overall. the water temperatures have cold too, hardly worth it. the tide times. so for today, 55 out the gainesville. 61 orlando. and melbourne, 62. area wide, a blend of 50s and 60s. for tonight, temperatures move down. warmer readings around coastal
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and compared to flagler and volusia county. you get the immediate influence along the surf line. a little warmer in brevard. 45 in palm coast. gainesville down to 35. and 40 for marion and ocala. blend of 50s and 60s the highs. and 30s in the overnight. as much cooler air settling into the central florida area. >> gina: looking nice out there.` the` roads are pretty quiet this morning. one new crash at the 408 near goldenrod. not causing any significant delays i can see in the area just yet. no word of roadblock either. taking a look at drive times. i-4 looking good this morning. i i-4 from lake mary to colonial, 18 minutes. i-4 eastbound, only will take 13 minutes.
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time now for your fox 35 pump prl. as always, saving you money. regular gas, $1.63 at the wawa at anchor road in altamonte springs. check out gas saving tips at our website at and lick on traffic. >> amy: . and click on traffic there. >> john: the trickle it that that could happen. how hack course get into the system and steal your steps. amy's heart rate during the show.@ i am not sure it was accurate. it was 178. >> amy: i thinks it broken. >> john: she really, really likes the 9:00 a.m. hour. we want to see what you are tweeting about today.
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some why can't we be friends? >> john: we can be friends. yvonne, you're our fox 35 friend
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you can find us by going to and searching for fox 35. >> amy: she looks angelic in that picture. looks pretty. >> john: even more cars are being recalled because of faulty air bags. >> amy: 7 millionaire bags. they all have takata air bags that can hurl shrapnel into the car. one woman here in orlando died and others have died and 139 injured. >> john: a plan to cost you a little bit more heading do n the road. president obama will propose a plan charging oil companies an extra $10 for every barrel of oil. we talked with lauren simonetti about it in the last hour. she said it's all about taking transportation into a greener direction. >> they want to put money towards green projects, clean
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like. the oil companies are suffering. >> john: the bad news for drivers is that the $10 crease in the cost of oil typically raises the cost of gasoline by an` extra $0.25 per gal. >> john: gal. >> amy: your fitness tracker could be leaking private information. apple watch and fitbit. 7 out of 8 devices were vulnerable to hacking. only one that wasn't was the apple watch. can steal information and edit your fitness data? maybe that's what happened. someone put in my heart rate at 178. i am not wearing it today. i started to wear. >> john: i was going to call. >> john: discussing the homeless population in daytona. you won't see crones in the
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what they do if)9[ they see drones flying outside of the stadium. it's 46 degrees. it's 24 degrees cooler than this time yesterday.
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here comes the sun >> john: and there is the sun. you were talking about our friend of the day who looks so angelic with the sun behind her. they were going to try to class us up. the sun would reject me. "good day orlando." i am john brown. >> amy: i'm amy kaufeldt. 63,000ucf students and faculty members had their social security numbers stolen. i will explain what the campus is doing this morning. >> instead of arguing about
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>> you began it with yesterday with your comments. >> we should not only talk the talk but walk the walk. >> john: the candidates come out swinging in the democratic debate. we have a power panel breaking down some of the most heated moments. >> amy: check this out. what appears to be a great white shark was spotted off of our coast. where a father and son got this video. yeah. no thank you. that's their house. remember the video of the woman who said, that's the shark's house. don't go in there. >> john: that's right. that's his house, jayme king. you can't argue. >> jayme: i repeatedly intrude on the house. he the sun has been rather rev
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in some communities. spots in the low 60s overall. a real cool day. breezy weather. 30s over our north central florida zones. we continue now pretty much through the 40s with low grade 50s. next seven revealing in and out of the 50s for 60s for highs. it's pretty unsettled period. we see several fronts move through the eastern third of the nation. we're not all that wet but we're chilly at times. we'll address that more in the weekend forecast coming up in 10 minutes. >> gina: it's been quiet out on the roadways. the earlier crash at orange avenue at zell. the road is still partially blocked. quite a few vehicles involved. if you are traveling through this area, use caution. one crash at golden road and the
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no roadblock but causing a bit of delays. short drive times, i-4 eastbound downtown. and i-4 westbound. and rouse road to downtown. that's for live drive traffic. >> amy: the university of central florida is going to be mailing out letters to everybody who has been impacted by a huge security breech. >> john: 63,000 students and staff had social security numbers stolen. >> reporter: good morning. ucf is also sending out letters and offering free services to check your credit and id protection as well, just to give that extra peace of mind. for those 63,000 students and faculty members who were affected by this. and ucf has set up a website and a phone number for those people as well. ucf officials found the unauthorized access last month
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the campus has launched an international investigation with the help of a national digital forensic firm. it appears just the social security numbers were stolen. not credit card records, financial records or grade or medical records. and some students are a bit nervous. school officials say they're taking practice measures to tighten up security. >> i am kind of nervous. i think i fall into one of the categories for the ops student employees. so i am a little worry involved. >> the president hitt has called for a complete review of online system, protocols, training. we care about our ucf community. we are making sure we are do everything we can do. we're going to look at this at every angle. >> reporter: ucf has posted that online on the twitter
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to get that as well. this morning they're still trying to figure out who is behind all of this. jackie orozco, fox 35 news. >> john: the orange county sheriff's helicopter deputies track down a suspect hiding in the garbage can. >> amy: turns out they can even see through garbage cans. >> i have him hiding in a trash can. >> amy: that's right. they found him right in there. departments arrested -- deputies arrested the 18-year-old suspect after the chase. they found him near southwest central avenue. and he is accused of steafling a car with two other juveniles. >> john: suing for a share of $1 million lottery ticket has won his case. $300,000. he said that he and his ex-had a deal that if he won, he would get half.
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>> amy: a man stole $10,000 worth of sunglasses from sunglass hut. you can see him walking in the store and slipping expensive shades in his pocket and walking out. he hit up multiple locations in the past month. >> john: you decide 2016. bernie sanders and hillary clinton. at times a battle over who was the most progressive. we have karl jackson and lonnie thompson. good to see you. thanks for coming in. and that was one of the most interesting to watch. who won, do you think. >> i have to tell you, quite honestly, it was a toss up for me. it was a good debate. i think msnbc did a good job of letting the candidates debate. unfortunately, they were not doing that for the g.o.p. debate.
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you you have them have their say. i think hillary gave a good argument. >> lonnie, you said you get a better debate with two. >> yeah. i think the candidates get to talk a little bit longer about their positions there. not having someone who is not as well known on the stage helps out a lot. >> john: talk about the progressive label a second. here's what the candidates had to say. let's take a listen. >> i have heard senator sanders comments and it's caused me to wondzer who is left in the progressive wing of the democratic party. under his definition, president obama is not progressive because he took donations from wall street. >> instead of arguing about
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you began it yesterday with -- talk about what we should do. and one of the things we should do is not only talk the talk but walk the walk. >> john: lonnie, the progressive, not liberal anymore. your reaction? >> it's a lit bit different if you compare the democratic side to the republican side. westernee is sword -- bernie is sort of like a friend. you ask somebody for a ride, and he would say get in, and hillary would say, i need gas money. it's all a matter of perspective. >> john: i like that analogy. what is liberal a bad word. >> liberal is a bad word. and progressive will be a bad word, and that's why the left changed to liberal back in the day quite frankly. it's all circular. there is no difference. the difference is progression. in the word progressive.
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the other is faster moving. the bottom line, the democratic party doesn't want sanders to win, if he wince, we'll see -- if he wins, we'll see policies collide with the american people. heavy taxing. and democrats would rather have someone like hillary slowly and incremental making changes that occur to the system that you don't feel it as much. you get a bernie sanders in, i guarantee he will be a one termer and republicans would win big time four years from now. >> i don't think i heard this before. hinger clinton getting booed. >> i think it's time to end the art full smear you and your campaign have been carrying out. >> crowd booing. >> and let's talk about the issue. >> lonnie, what do you take from
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i don't recall her getting booed. she said something that touched off a nerve with bernie >>@ she was in his back yard, and he is leading in the polls. >> i don't think it's a big deal. no one wants their old grandfather getting booed. i think that's all it it was. 1 before we let you go. talk about the republicans. jeb bush has brought out the big@ guns to the campaign. take a listen to this. >> but he's decent and honest. he's everything we need. but jeb is the nicest, wisest, most caring, loyal,
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by me but he's not a bragger. we don't allow that. [laughter] but he's decent and honest. he's everything we need in a president. [ applause ] >> john: karl, we're about out of time. does it help to bring mom out on the campaign trail? >> no. i think jeb bush has already been framed quite frankly. i think it's pretty much over for him. he may get a slight bump. >> if he needs to get someone to say something nice about you, it's always good to ask your mother. >> john: that's why we love mom. >> find me on facebook. true results communications. >> facebook at carl jackson radio. >> john: and moms we love you everywhere. where are we going, guys? amy. over to you.
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>> amy: it's now 7:44. topping local business headlines. orlando named a top city to job growth. career builder study said that orlando added over 50,000 jobs between 2014 and 2015. that's nearly double the amount of new jobs expected during that time period based on previous year's data. das was no.-- dallas was no. one on the list.
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of land and 80,000 square feet of building space. three miles away from the sanford lake mary campus. >> amy: website called open table, where you make dinner reservations, made a list of the most romantic cities for dining out but florida is not on the list. interesting, right? >> amy: daytona beach city and volusia county will hold a special meeting to talk about the homeless issue. >> john: it's been an ongoing battle for weeks. and luanne has more. >> reporter: at yesterday's state of the county address, the chairman said that progress was being made. a homeless camp was broken up outside of a county building. now the county is committing $4 million to build a facility homeless. >> we're looking at the land and the building to try to fix that. if we can get a big enough building, it'll happen again. >> reporter: they no longer
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jail west of daytona. it's helping to move it forward. we'll keep a close eye and let you know what happens at today's special meeting. >> john: 7:45 here on good day. interesting video of what is believed to be a great white shark swimming around ponce inlet. look at that. a man and his son were on their boat fishing when they spotted this. they told us here at fox 35 that it was extremely close encounters. >> at first, when the shark came up to the boat, we were in the back fishing. once he came around the side of the boat, he started to swim around the back. we followed him around to the front of the boat. he was 4 or 5 feet away. 14 to 15 feet long. >> john: wow. 14 to 15 feet. uf researchers said that it's a new shark to them and not tagged for research by them. bottom line is, they didn't know it was there.
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but he knew he was there. >> amy: yikes. >> john: jayme king. your new friend out there surfing. >> jayme: during the winter time, you get silt and soot in the water, and you sometimes can't see your feet when you are on your board. i often wonder, what is beneath me, and most of the time i don't want to know. high atop the! hyatt regency here in orlando, is the tower cam. i take that back. this is downtown. we're looking at i-4. the sun trust cam. thank you very much. i had the wrong frame loaded up. my bad, folks. launch. we're putting a gps satellite up. the atlas v with a 8:38 launch time. a 19 to 20 minute launch opportunity. shouldn't be issues, but you never know.
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we're returning to essentially full sunshine. temperatures at 38 at gainesville. 39 oarchghts. 46 orlando. and through the four corn, focus county, lakeland, 45. when the wind picks up, it's doing a damage to the temperature, the feels-like temperature. it's been down to the 30s and low-end 40s for much of the morning. put a jacket on when you leave the house. or wimpy like me you leave it on all day. we're in the upper 50s and close to 60 degrees. the northwesterly air flow projecting on in. we're cool and breezy. 59 at 2:00 p.m. and 58 by 5:00 p.m. we few extra slivers of cloud cover moving into the area, compliments of a wind shift. and it should deliver a shot of moisture. clouds first and then rain chances saturday and saturday night.
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60, cool, crisp and pretty much clear for us. ample sun into the 3:00 p.m. tee time. the sun angle is change day by day. it's pretty potent. you can see the low that went sooting on by brought a chance of coastal showers late tomorrow night. and starting at 50%. that clears us out into the sunday with another front ramping up on monday. just shy of 1:00 p.m. this will put us in a little bit of a chillier seen because of that system. we're down into the solid 30s heading into wednesday morning. that is the arrival of the coldest air mass. we moderate, warm up each and he have day. 50s and 60s today. coolest north strap florida. up wards of scotts more minimums
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43 clermont. hammock beach and bunnell into the 40s. it's all about the 60s for a couple days and 50s, and then the overnights tumble back into the 40s by monday. much cooler air is settling into the region. that's your forecast. this is snap the sun from maggie. hello, maggie. nice shooting there, buddy. #snapthesun. we'll show your photos. it's a beautiful thing. talk about our weather baby. are you kidding me? >> amy: oh, my goodness, hello. >> jayme: i am going to move my head on a sideways -- seriously -- wow. he's smiling too. yet. he's cracking a smile. i love it. visit our website for more at for more on
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you can send us your photos and we'll show the world how cute your kids are. visit us today. >> gina: happy wednesday, everybody -- or, happy friday. i'll give you a look at i-4 eastbound. ee williamson. we have a crash at the lake mary exit. not causing too many significant delays. i will keep my eye own that. no word of roadblock. back the at crash at the goldenrod and the 408. significant delays. be aware and use caution. the crash is off to the shoulder but be aware. taking you out to the earlier crash. at orange avenue. and zell drive. there was a roadblock. but everything is looking okay for the most part this morning. taking a look at drive times. i-4 is a little slow. westbound, 20 minutes. i-4, attractions to downtown, about 20 minutes. on the 408, the 417 to downtown, that will take you about 17
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that's it for your live drive traffic. back to you. >> amy: a school in colorado bans students from wearing peyton manning jerseys. >> john: wait until you hear why. that's coming up on "good day orlando." happy friday to you. the new caramel macchiato from dunkin' donuts. let hand-crafted layers of espresso, milk, and a caramel-flavored swirl uplift your mood. indulge in a hot or iced macchiato today.
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oh-oh, oh-oh oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh-oh-ooh, oh hearts are made for sharing. spread some sweetness with dunkin' donuts' cookie dough and brownie batter donuts. heart-shaped happiness too sweet not to share. america runs on dunkin'. @ stion super bowl 50 now just a few days away. >> amy: ryan has some of today's top trending super bowl stories. >> reporter: you will like this one. wouldn't you think in denver area schooled in colorado that you would see a lot of no. 18 jerseys? one school district is banned from wearing peyton manning jerseys.
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they are not allowed because of the number on the jersey. prohibiting from wearing certain numbers due to gang association. manning's no. 18 is one of those associations. there's an 18th street gang. >> unfortunately it's just a safety issue. >> go bronco, that's what i say. >> reporter: the rule was put in place a year before manning joined the team. they can wear cam newton's number. i wouldn't recommend that in >> john: no. >> reporter: very tight suiter on the ground and in the area -- tight security. any drone flown within 36 miles of the stadium will be shot down. anyone caught flying a grown this the no-try area will facial fines and prosecution. the average price for the $5,100. i found one for $2,800.
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>> reporter: i bought us two. but i would like to resell them for $3,000 now. game. it's in silicon valley. everything is more expensive. >> john: your year end bonus buys you 10 tickets. >> amy: and a free rock concert.
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