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>> john: 7:00 on your monday morning. "good day orlando." i'm john brown. >> amy: i'm amy kaufeldt. so glad you're with us this morning. we're live on an arrest that was made overnight after a 13-year-old boy was accidentally shot in the neck. seas. passengers take to social media as a cruise ship bound for central florida is slammed by a bad storm. how royal caribbean is
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plus this ... and the home of the brave >> amy: wow, lady gaga trending after her super bowl performance yesterday. we'll break down all of the game's biggest moments. i thought she sounded beautiful. >> john: be honest. how many of you thought she can really sing? >> amy: i knew she to could sing but she has been all about this stuff. >> john: she really could sing. >> jayme: phenomenal. and most locations in the 30s. and sunrise normally spells the coldest period of the day, and that's what we're under the gun with light right now. a day of transition. the front has some moisture with it. we begin to capitalize on it. we cash in on a rain chance
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this evening. i've accounted for it at at 8:00 p.m. time stamp. 58. ongoing showers. and 30% of to 40% of us see showers. and not a lot the sunshine. clouds dominate, and highs in the 50s. we're well below normal. and the chill is on. we'll talk about that in the full forecast here on gdo. >> gina: we have a new crash here on semoran north of the 408. looks to be clearing. in either direction. be aware and use caution. this crash is causing significant delays at obt and holden avenue. backed up. i would suggest taking the 423 on the 527 instead. everything is looking nice on i-4. i-4 westbound from lake mary to colonial, 15 minutes.
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attractions to downtown, 12 minutes. >> john: it is 7:02. new details on the shooting that critically wounded a 13-year-old boy yesterday. >> amy: deputies say it was an accident. they do have someone behind bars right now. the shooting happened a the a home on spotswood drive in semoran. and fox 35's dana jay hasser who on the arrest. >> reporter: good morning. deputies say this man was not home at the time of the shooting. but he is a kicked felon, and -- a convicted felon, and he therefore is not supposed to have a gun, and that's why he was booked into jail.x the man has been identified. and orange county sheriff's office said that it was his gun that critically wounded a 13-year-old boy.
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i have a 6-year-old son, and at the time he was in the back yard playing and i heard the shots. >> reporter: the boy was visiting relatives. and overnight fox 35 learned he was in the house with two 18-year-olds and un-with of the boys found the gun in the it. and the gun went off. >> the kid got shoat shot in the neck. apparently they were playing with it. >> i am going to keep him in my prayers tonight. hopefully, he will be okay wp no no -- no word if the 18-year-olds will face charges and the investigation is ongoing. dana jay, fox 35 news. >> john: also a news alert. a cruise ship headed to port canaveral getting slammed by a strong storm in the atlantic.
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it's scary out there, lu. >> reporter: it is. a very scary story. royal anthem of the seas was hit by a storm. where the yellow dot is off the course of florida. arriving just after 12:01. and we'll be there. and royal caribbean sent us this statement. the anthem of the seas is experienced extreme wind with wind speeds higher than what was forecasted. in an abundance of caution, the captain asked all guests to stay in state rooms until the weather improved. there have not been serious injuries reported at this time. the ship sustained damage to public areas and guest rooms which in no way affects the sea worthiness of the ship, end quote. here are some of the tweets sent
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you can see tables and chairs overturned and huge wave it's outside of the ship. now there are reports that waves reached heights of 30 feet. the anthem of the seas left new jersey on saturday only to get caught on category two hurricane force winds. the u.s. coast guard is saying they did not receive a distress call from the ship. as they said earlier, the ship is expected to arrive at port canaveral after noon today and we'll be there to get reaction from the passengers. >> amy: new this morning, we have new video from the scene of a deadly double shooting that we told you about as breaking news last night. orlando police were checking out the area of robert trent jones drive after ged getting reports of gunshots. officers found the bodies of two men which appear to have been shot to death. neither man has been identified. they don't have any suspects or witnesses to the shootings.
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shooting a worker in orlando. they robbed a neighborhood food market located on second street at 11:00 p.m. okay. right now detectives do not have any information on suspects. >> john: two former ucf students are suing the school following the data breach that exposed private information on more than 63,000 students and employees. they are seeking a class action status, the lawsuit was filed on friday. the two people are seeking damages, which will be determined at the trial. >> amy: last flight was peyton manning's last career. >> john: manning and the broncos, beat the panthers 24-10._ leesburg grad recovered two fumbles for the broncos. no shortage of celebrations in
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thousands of happy fans poured into the downtown. it forced people to close off several roads to keep everything contained. all reports show that it's calm. no reports after burning cars. we never understood why you want to burn your city after winning. but peyton manning spoke about his future. >> it's been an emotional week, and a night. and the night is just beginning.@ m i look forward to celebrating with my friends and family. >> by the way, his mom thinks he should retire after last night's win. the first quarterback to win the super bowl with two different teams. he won the first super bowl with the indianapolis colts in 2007. >> john: the games are not the only thing that people are talking about. >> amy: more of the super bowl trenders. >> reporter: so many people talking about things. you look here and they're talking about the sheep that
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the puppy monkey baby, a lot of different ads, and panther quarterback cam newton. some are calling him a poor sport. he spoke with reporters for 2 2 minutes very bizarre. he was extremely down. he stands up and walks out. >> i think you're disappointed not just for your family but your teammates because you spoke about being a band of brothers -- [background interviews going on]. >> reporter: they have never seen that in the super bowl. i posted a facebook pregame that's he sent to his mom. a bad moment but probably a learning experience for him
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lady gaga sang the national anthem. this was a stunner. she was somewhat conservative for her. a lot of people said that she nailed it last night. here's a listen. and the rockets red glare, the bombs bursting in air gave proof ... . >> reporter: she was really good. and beyonce joining cold play and bruno mars. she dropped her new song formation. and she announced a new stadium tour. the 2016 formation world tour will kickoff april 27 here in florida, miami. and heading to tampa on the 29th. a little bit of the half time show there. which i thought was good, not great. the game itself was relatively boring. i like to see peyton manning win.
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show, they didn't do anything over the top. >> amy: straight and narrow. >> john: a big star tweeted, can't remember, but not a good idea to showcase previous half time shows that were a lot better than the one last night. >> amy: it was okay. >> reporter: i liked the singing sheep. >> amy: the stephen tyler skittles is my favorite. >> john: the dan marino. and the puffy monkey baby? >> reporter: it was bizarre. >> john: they were advertising mountain dew. surprising candidates coming from behind for the republican race for the white house. >> jayme king, you need a coat today. >> jayme: i would put one on. we're in the 30s.
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employee benefits company called web benefits design. that conference starts today. developers want to put them near avalon middle and downtown avalon park. proponents are concerned about locations among other things thp they'll meat this afternoon. >> amy: county officials want to set aside $4 million to build a facility that would temporarily house the homeless. some want a plan to make the homeless self-sufficient. >> amy: you decide 2016. >> john: different candidates making their way to the polls. donald trump 31%. 13.
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surged nine points in the last month. ted cruz is now down in fifth place at 12%. and rubio is trying to shake off some of the blows he received after the g.o.p. debate and turning his blows on to bernie sanders. >> .>> i don't want to be a socialist country. if you want to be a socialist, move to scandinavia. >> john: hillary clinton looking to build off her narrow win off of bernie sanders in iowa. bill clinton told supporters that the republicans have unsuccessfully tried to derail her campaign by focusing on the e-mails. >> john: now they had a coronary last week. it was a tough week for them. because they -- their last stand was to try to make something out of the e-mails.
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better she did. >> john: in a recent poll, bernie sanders leads clinton 58-38. we'll break down the latest in about 15 minutes as we head to the big primary tomorrow. jayme king has the accuweather forecast. the sun is beautiful but it's chilly. >> jayme: it is. cold sunshine. let's talk. we hope you had a wonderful weekend. we had had moments over the weekend with rain and cool temps and gusty winds and yet another system in the wake of a departed front. you can see 30s in a couple of spots. and low-end 40s. winds gusty at times and pushing the feels-like temperature, the wind chill factor down a little bit for us. clouds on the rise in advance of another front that moves through the southeast states. that drops bodily into the state. and enhancing the clouds and overall rain chances by 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. this
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we look on the back end. blustery winds today and increase of clouds. after the noon hour. clouds coming in in stages. a uv index is a 4. peak sun time, 12:09. and taking a look at tonight. shower by 2:00 a.m. mostly cloudy, on the windy side. a little bit of moisture with the front. you can see it layer in here. it's not all that thick though. the massive low breaking hask okay. and -- havoc. and tremendous seas. huge sea heights over the open and distant atlantic. some funneling into the beaches. the shower activity peeling through. not a big deal. but what is, behind the front
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of cloud cover and gusty winds which leads me to tell you we won't do much in the warming department tomorrow, tuesday. we're stuck with the increase of clouds and rather ram bunk rambunctious winds. surf zone, 3 to 4 feet. growing northeasterly swell. compliments of the bombed out front. and a lot going down to the islands as well, as usual. some moves in north of the bahamas bank. and filtering through. and excellent surf conditions up and down the east side of the state. favorable west winds. a full wet suit will do you
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and saturday, 70, with a low of around 50. >> gina: happy monday. going to give you a live look at i-4 eastbound. just past kennedy boulevard. we have a crash at the right shoulder. the emergency vehicle is on scene. not causing significant delays or slowdowns. i want to bring you to a new crash. this one here at obt near vick road. not causing significant delays. no roadblock there. that's the good news. waint to take you down to south obt. a partial blockage at holden avenue. it seems to be clearing up, but there are delays in the area. use caution in the area. taking a look at drive time, lake mary is slow. i-4 eastbound, 16 minutes. and the 408 is up to speed. time now for the fox 35 pump
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regular gas $1.63 at the speedway in kissimmee. check out gas saving tips on our website at and click on traffic. >> amy: tax season is now here. >> john: this year, after all we saw last year, is it better to file now or later? we have tips on things you can claim that you might not have thought about, straight ahead. 7:20 here on "good day orlando." a there's a live look from downtown.
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>> john: we want to say good morning to our fox 35 friend of the day. good to have you, francisco. there's a new friend of the day each and every day. find us by going to facebook and searching for fox 35. >> amy: tax season is here. there are usually to types of tax filers. those that file the traditional way, early, and those that file a little late. our financial expert joe bert is joining us to tell us more about that. >> good morning, amy. >> amy: what are the benefits of getting it done and getting it in early?
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will get a refund. if you have credit debt -- typical return or refund is about $3,000. if you have an 18% credit card, and $3,000 worth of debt, apply against that and you will save $800 of interest. and the other idea is that it'll prevent you maybe from identity theft. you get it in early, you save the chance of someone filing under your name. the third thing, if you are looking to buy a house, they are looking for tax returns, you want to file early and get the paper work out of the way. >> amy: that makes sense. those that file late -- i think, if you file late or ask for an extension, don't you have to pay? >> oh, yeah. no real benefit if you pay late. if you fund your ira, you have
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how about if you have a benefit or award as an employee. or even if you find money on the ground, technically, that's taxable to you. fortunately, the i.r.s. has no way of enforcing that. the typical awards that you might get at work are really not taxable, unless they're over $400. that ham you got at christmas is not taxable. >> amy: what about a christmas bonus? >> oh, yeah. a christmas bonus. will you have to pay taxes. >> amy: and money won from gambling sites or. >> yes. we had race tracks and dog tracks. you declare as winnings. but if you have losses, you have to use that. many picked up losing tickets to offset their gains to not pay as much in taxes.
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>> peuntive -- winning a lawsuit. >> punitive damages. pain, suffering, medical is not generally taxable, but punitive damages are not. >> amy: whoever won the lottery in melbourne never came forward yet. >> they are just getting prepared. >> amy: google joe bert. >> john: didn't i pick carolina 44-6? >> amy: yes, you did. joe. i didn't put any money on it. we're live to explain the $75 million proposal for the downtown ucf campus. there's a live look in the control room.
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>> john: i'm john brown. >> amy: i'm amy kaufeldt. >> reporter: ucf and the city of
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building a giant downtown campus. >> john: one day left for campaigning before the new hampshire primary. now there's a twitter feud. and john kasich now in second place. >> amy: chipotle closing its doors and opening late. we're live to explain the big meeting they're having today, and why you won't be getting lunch there today. jayme king, 40 now. >> jayme: progress, movement. at least we have the sunshine. in my book, you can never shovel sunshine. never forget that, guys. it's an especially cool morning. widespread 30s. most locations. beach front communities we're seeing this coming to fruition, the cold and the cloud cover. i'm running the data here. i was discussing on facebook
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from the major east coast front. i'll touch on that through the morning hours. we're talking increasing clouds, windy weather, and even a little evening rain shower activity as the front moves on through. behind the system, we're colder, drier, and well below normal. maybe by saturday we get close to 70. and no chance of rain on saturday. the low by then at 50- >> gina: happy monday. we were quiet for most of the morning, but now there are quite a few crashes on the roads. silver star and hiawassee road crash is causing pretty significant delays in the area. be aware and use caution driving through there. and this crash just cleared at semoran northbound. and a lot of backup in the southbound lanes. we do have this crashality i-4 at kennedy. i-4 eastbound.
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seeing the most delays on i-4. drive times really slow. i-4 westbound from lake mary 21 minutes. and on the 408, the 417 to downtown, about 12 minutes right now. >> john: 7:32. developing this morning, orange county deputies say they have made an arrest after a 13-year-old is accidentally shot in the neck. >> amy: the gun is a convict felons, deputies say. the boy was visiting two 18-year-old relatives a the home, and one found the gun in the bedroom and is they started to play with it and the gun went off and hit the 13-year-old boy in his neck. he is now at arnold palmer hospital fighting for his life
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>> amy: building a ucf campus downtown. >> john: fox 35's andrea jackson has the latest o what's going on. it's chilly but the discussion is heating up. good morning, aj. >> reporter: good morning. the city of orlando plans to contribute $75 million to ucf's downtown campus project, if all goes as planned. they'll start to talk about the terms of the agreement today. let's go to the video and give you a few more numbers. orlando has agreed to pledge $42 million in land and property alone in addition to road and sewer work. seeking approval from the board of governors to build 165,000 square foot building in the fall of 2018 as part of the creative village in downtown orlando. also seeking $20 million from the state. the city gives you 15 acres and the $22.5 million expo center currently being used by ucf. the mayor said it's another step in the right direction for
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>> it's a great investment for our downtown to grow that entire cluster of digital media company, emerging media companies and that only works if you have the education component. think about what having a campus in the downtown with say 7500 to 10,000@ students will mean on a daily basis for transforming downtown. an economic piece of it. a quality of life piece of it. >> reporter: the university has been working on this deal with the city for the past year. today the city council will discuss the terms of the agreement this afternoon at 2:00 p.m. >> john: jury selection beginning for one of the men accused of opening fire in a nightclub shooting earlier in the year. >> a.6 laquon barrow was arrested following the shooting at the cloud nine nightclub last
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deputies say that barrow and other men fired shots into the club that. >> john: sharon wolf as arrested after getting into a fight with her twin city. deputies said that she hit her sister with an oscillating fan and a fraternity paddle and she was arrested for a second time for violating conditions of her release. >> amy: on conway early saturday morning. the robber pointed his gun at the cashier. he got the money and took off. a similar robbery at canning kangaroo express a short time later. >> suddenly there's another man surging in the polls. ryan has the latest. >> reporter: this will turn some
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it has john kasich second in new hampshire. we have nyt heard a lot about him. 14% support him of unlikely voters. that is 17 points behind. and the former florida governor surged 9 points in the past month. iowa winner ted cruz fourth place with 12%. bringing in frank torres to bring down some of the numbers. so much talk about marco rubio hurting himself. and i think he took a step back. but john john kasich did well. >> marco rubio did have a rough night. and john kasich's moment. and this might be his only shot. a lot of people refer to him as the adult in the room. the mature and laid back candidate. we'll see what he can do with it. >> if i finishes second, what is move it would be.
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got into it again. we'll she you some of the things. a tweet sent out by jeb bush tubing about the -- talking about the mom. she did her campaigning as well. basically, mock, trump, the billionaire. my 90-year-old mother made it out to the campaign. showing a picture of barbara shaking hands with a little girl. and trump fired back, as he often does. >> poor, poor, poor jeb bush because he needed help. mommy -- please come walk in the snow, mom. i like his mother, but i don't like that stuff. >> reporter: you are talking about an iconic anything barbara bush. is there a risk in the exchange? >> talking about somebody else's mother. you always run a risk. and he feels like he has space
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little bit, and get a little bit aggressive and we'll see where it takes him. >> reporter: is he a little bit concerned about jeb bush that he would? >> is he a little bit shaky. he needs to have a little validation. there could be a little bit more concern. he's been more humble since then. it'll come down to tuesday. >> reporter: can hillary clinton overcome the lead? >> it'll be very difficult. if she manages to find some grip in the polls and win, it would be a serious setback for bernie sanders. he needs new hampshire, and hillary still has the large lead on the national polls. new hampshire is bernie's back yard. we'll see what can he do. >> reporter: give us the website, frank. >> orlando
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be an option for your lunch break today. >> john: why the restaurant won't be open until around 3:00 p.m. this afternoon. the sunshine looks absolutely perfect. but it's chilly out there. we're 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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and brownie batter donuts. heart-shaped happiness too sweet not to share. america runs on dunkin'. >> john: welcome back. beijing is ringing in the chinese new year. this is the year of the monkey. >> amy: wait, not the puppy baby monkey? >> john: no, not that monkey. curious, innovative, and mischievous, for people born in the year of the monkey. >> john: you need to skip
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>> amy: they're closing locations until 3:00 p.m. so that they can talk food safety with every single one of their workers. we are outside of the chipotle in tampa. good morning. good to see you. >> reporter: good morning, amy and john. this is pretty unprecedented for a restaurant to do something like this. you have to figure that the restaurant executives hope it brings to an end the e.coli outbreak saga that's lasted since last july and made a lot of people sick and made the profits for the company come to a grinding halt, and even tank as the end of last year. all chipotle restaurants will be closed during the company-wide meeting. restaurants reopening at 3:00 p.m. this afternoon. the ceo said that the meeting is to thank employees for their extraordinary work implementing
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the new program will be outlined during the meeting. steps were put in place that made about 500 people sick. measures including dna testing of many ingredients before they were shipped to the restaurant. changes to food preparation and handling practices and food handling for i can chen and steak and they need to go through safety training. the food outbreak has come to an end. they have not figured out where it began or how it began, and we're not sure if that's going to happen. the profits dipped 44% in the fourth quarter of last year. that's how much this outbreak impacted the restaurant. >> amy: it's huge, aaron. let's hope it makes a difference for customers. they're watching closely. thank you, aaron. >> amy: the zika virus could cause athletes to sit out the summer olympics this year. >> john: luanne has more on
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>> reporter: reuters is reporting this morning that the united states olympic committee told athletes concerned about the zika virus to consider not going to the olympic games in rio in august. that shows that officials are taking the zika threat in rio de janeiro very seriously. brazil is ground zero for the virus. 1.5 million cases reported thus far. the concern is that mosquitoes carrying the virus can carry birth defects.( but it's not stopping brazilians and tourists from taking part in carney valle right now. they're screening blood donors now. >> for seeka virus -- for zika. we know that some people don't have symptoms. in conjunction with the american association of blood bank, and not just us, blood thinners
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maded a extra lay -- we have added an extra layer of protection. >> reporter: most in latin america. here in florida more than a dozen cases have been reported thus far. >> john: 7:46 here on good day. my hands are still not warm walking from the car to the building. >> amy: it's freezing. >> jayme: just sit on them. >> amy: that's what i have been doing. and it's not helping. >> jayme: all right. it's helping 1 no, she's sitting on her hands, and i am sitting on my hands. the way that came out was funny. >> jayme: it's cold bottom line. and widespread 30s over north central florida. and our 24-hour temperature change has been pretty marked overall, feeling a lot colder than we were just this time yesterday. 5 to 10 degrees such. bundle up.
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enough to do damage to the actual temp. the old wind chill factor. it's back and rather pronounced. and you may hear us call it a feels-like temperature. so bundle up. another front aligns to the north. clouds increase and breezes come up and the rain chances surge as we attract moisture out of the gulf. and contained within the frontal boundary, making a move into the area. very windy weather overall. repeated gusts over 25 to up to 30 at times. windy, certainly, and the even rain projection. 30 to 40% of us seeing rain drops. no severe weather but beneficial rain drops will grace a lot of you getting through the evening hours.
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15 on the plus side of that at times. and temperatures 64 with the general increase in clouds ongoing at that time. certainly for the overnight as well. a shower before 2:00 a.m. mostly cloudy windy weather. rain should be wrapped up. and the front comes through. we have the rain chance set up for the evening. you will notice it's very, very windy and hazy white. it's representative of cloud cover in this particular model forecast. and highs only through the 50s. so it's going to be an especially cold morning for us tomorrow and for much of the day and mid-to-upper 50s for highs. we're in that range wednesday into thursday. warming by friday into saturday. getting closer to normal, but pretty much under the normal mark all week long as lows repeatedly dip down into the 30s and 40s. that's your forecast.
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maddison with two ds. this is a gorgeous kiddo. maybe surprised at what's for dinner or the the camera lens. we're not sure. but love to see your kids at check us out today. >> gina: hi there, happy monday, everybody. a live look here at kennedy. we have the crash off to the right shoulder causing delays`` there. there's significant delays on i-4 westbound and there are no crashes. be aware. give yourself extra time if you are taking i-4 this morning. a crash at silver star and hiawassee. no roadblock. causing significant delays. taking a look right now at your drive times. i-4 westbound, 23 minutes. i-4 eastbound from the attractions to downtown, 25 minutes. on the 408, the 417 to downtown. that'll take you 16 minutes. >> amy: still ahead, it's
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>> john: which candidates created the most buzz on social
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(donkey sound) (elephant sound) 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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if web searches counted for votes, donald trump and marco rubio would be the big winners right now. reports that trump as usual attracted more buzz but senator rubio was second most. and rubio won out google searches from new hampshire. fox news' bret baier is joining us. he may be on super bowl hangover as well. we're sleepy here in florida.
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that mean that marco will do very well in new hampshire? morning. first of all, i did need to have an contra-cup of coffee after the spoal. super bowl. it's interesting to see the stir. donald trump usually gets most hits on the sites, facebook, twitter, google searches. rubio was second after the debate. but not sure it was all positive. all the headlines saying that rubio is on defensive as rivals close in. the boston globe said choke with a big picture of marco rubio. so how new hampshire digests the debate will be something to watch and whether social media is searching as a result of a bad performance or interest in the candidate himself. >> one of the articles talked about why jeb bush was in the mix here. they made a great point.
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guy. a a still has nine figures to spend.`` and meub marco rubio not having a good weekend, he may be the one that steps up. what are your thoughts? >> reporter: i did. and i think it's possible. the establishment lane is the subtext. e wants to know who wins. but among the governor, and senator rubio for the establishment kind. the poll numbers not been great going in but spending a lot of time and money here. this will be the last stand. if he doesn't finish well, a lot of people will question where he goes from here. >> and curious to see where kasich goes as well. and you can catch his show on
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