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6:00 am good morning, it's 6:00 a.m. >> john: two men are shot to death outside of a home in winter park. we have brand new details about the victims and the latest on p of a jogger who died in a hit-and-run may be closer to justice. also. the republican race turning into a war of words.
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donald trump so fired up. why his front runner status could now be in jeopardy. it's still a little chilly out there this morning. >> jayme: it's another day of sunshine and perfect weather. welcome to the show. it's 6:00 a.m. han on the nose. we have 40s in central florida. some getting down into bushnell, and lees burg. deland showing 45. a string up to palm coast. much warmer in melbourne and mel beach. a light jacket out the door for the kids. and a perfect p.m. could get a little breezy at times. and no rain chances. it'll stay that way, courtesy of high pressure building down the spine of the state.
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and the actual day of friday, saturday, and sunday. the 58th running of the daytona 500 at the speedway, good looking weather for that. solid 70s, and lows through the 50s, and next best chance of rain. 50% chance come tuesday afternoon. >> gina: happy thursday. roads are really quiet for the most part. we have one crash on the 408. entrance ramp to colonial. we're seeing a little bit of delays in either direction. nothing too significant. use caution traveling through there. everything is looking nice on i-4. i-4 eastbound from the attractions downtown will take about 12 minutes and the 408 is up to speed. >> john: developing right now, police have spent all morning investigating a deadly double
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winter park. >> amy: at comstock, and it's off fairbanks, and andrea jackson has more. >> reporter: it's stillen active crime scene. cane and comstock, just off fairbanks. here's what we know. police were called to this winter park home in response to a possible shooting. they found one man in the yard one on the side of the house. and both men were found dead at the scene. they told us neighbors do not need to worry about a shooter on the loose. >> the investigation is obviously ongoing.
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large that would be a threat to the public at this point, but we can't rule out anything at this point in the investigation. >> reporter: the fire department is expected momentarily to help processing the crime scene and cleaning what's left over of the evidence. as police wrap up their paperwork. no motive or relationship has been mentioned regarding the two men. >> amy: investigating a dog attack which happened just before 3 this morning on apopka boostled. the -- apopka boulevard. the victim was bitten by a pit bull. it's not said how serious the injuries were or if the dog was a pet.
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the vehicle which hit and killed a jogger yesterday. they had an anonymous tip. >> it turns your stomach to know that the person didn't stop. i hope they find him. he has to live with this for the rest of his life. >> the troopers did not release where the jeep was found. >> amy: robbed at 436 just across the street from the mall. police released this surveillance photo. they said they grabbed $15,000 worth of phones before they took off. they were at least a dozen people in the store when this happened. one woman we spoke to asked us not to show her face. >> i heard a big clunk behind me. i thought somebody dropped something. two guys coming toward me and
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there was a board on the wall, of phone, and they yanked it off the wall, and yanked another one off the wall. >> are you asked to call thality month police department right away. a woman accused of abandoning her newborn baby. >> reporter: susan richardson yawned and stretched in court yesterday when the judge told her she was charged with child neglect. she gave birth in the parking lot at the willow bend apartments but investigators said they won't tell them where that baby is. richardson's boyfriend thinks there's a 50% chance he's the father of thei%z child. >> somebody around here knows what happened. they're just not saying
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they want to put it all on me. >> reporter: she was on medication for schizophrenia and bipolar disorder it's been reported. >> john: the president is making efforts to strengthen security in cyber space here in the u.s. he picked the man who he wants to lead the nation in cyber security. tom done lin has been appointed. he has been commissioned to put together a report with specific findings and recommendations. >> right now we're not as well organized as we need to be to ensure we're dealing with all of these threats in an effective way. we have chipped away at the problem. >> john: he is creating the commission following the massive
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>> amy: apple has been asked to hack one of their own users. and it's all due to the investigation into the san bernardino shooter. joining us is lauren simonetti. >> reporter: this is a very divisive issue. and in silicon valley and around the world. should apple give the fbi the encryption necessary to get into the iphone used by the san bernardino killer. most of silicon valley is on the support of apple. google one of those companies. but other companies are unusually silent. facebook, microsoft, twitter. they have not said much about this just yet. it's very divisive. apple has five days to produce. to help the federal investigators hack into the foam.
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stage for a legal clash. it could change relationship between the tech companies, government authorities, here in the u.s. and around the world. >> amy: it's fascinating to me. i'm not a big techy, i don't have a perfect understanding, but the company that made the phone is unable to hack into it without creating a software. you made it. you don't know how to get into it in it doesn't make sense. >> reporter: they could figure out a way to get into it, but that way could be used by other companiess. they worry if they use it this one time -- we get the national patriotism, but to defend apple, and i am not doing that, but in apple's defense folks are saying this is setting terrible precedent. >> amy: it's fascinate. it's hiswork phone. he went to great lengths to
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and this is his work phone. >> reporter: which makes it more interesting. >> amy: you can catch lauren on fox >> john: you decide 2016. florida senator marco rubio gets another big endorsement. >> amy: find out why it could help him. >> when anyone points to their actual record, the response of both donald trump and marco rubio is to yell the word liar. >> amy: ted cruz said he's not afraid of donald trump's threat. this as cruz soars ahead.
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you go. >> john: >> john: 613 here in orlando. foreigner coming to sea world on february 28. we're going to be playing song throughout the morning on some
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central florida. >> john: the turkish government has launched air strikes in iraq following a deadly suicide bombing. >> amy: outside of ankara, it happened last night. they believe that kurdish militia members were behind the bombing which killed at least 28 people. they retaliationed by launching on kurdish troops in iraq. >> john: ted cruz leading the republican field in a nationwide poll. the latest poll has cruz at 28%, and trump, 26, and marco rubio, and john john kasich, and ben carson. former governor jeb bush with 4%. >> reporter: maybe a sign that
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the attacks he is facing from his competition are on the rise. it appears that cruz can has had enough. challenging his biggest critic, donald trump, to make good on his threats and sue him over an ad that has him calling very pro-choice. >> in the an annals of frivolous lawsuit. if you want to claim this as defamation, file a lawsuit. when anyone points to their record, the response of donald trump and marco rubio is toel the word liar. >> they lie. the reason i say that is that rubio called him a liar also. >> reporter: the candidate v. been seeking the endorsement of governor haley. she gave that rubio.
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we have a good field of candidates. none of our candidates is a socialist. none of our candidates is under fbi investigation. >> reporter: on the democratic side, support for the two candidates split down the middle in nevada. the latest cnnorc poll with clinton at 48%, and sanders at 47%. that looks to be a very good race this weekend. clinton's campaign, by the way, unable to win the endorsement of senator harry reid. >> are you disappointed that the clinton campaign is saying it's not a diverse state and resembles iowa. >> the clinton campaign didn't say this.
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he changed very quickly after i called him. >> reporter: he is planning to remain neutral going forward. it's interesting in its he own right. >> jayme: a live look of downtown o town. looking sweet this morning. clear skies. breezier weather from the north. temperatures in the 70s and a lot of sunshine. temperatures outside the door, 40s. peppered in. and north central florida and gainesville and ocala indicating lower 40s. another great day. breezy weather. this is pretty much status quo area wide. if anything, we're a little cooler overall from the high of the day. mid-70s. 69 by 5:00 p.m., and down into the 60s by 8:00 p.m. tonight. it's all about big high pressure.
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in the straits of the state, and getting into the bahamas. big high pressure is setting up shop. inducing a gustier breeze. and setting the northerly flow down the spine of the state. overall, a tranquil day and breezy at times and good looking weather, a few clouds as we rotate the winds out of the north and the east over the coastal waters. no rain tied to the clouds just yet. that may take shape as we head towards midweek next week. until then, a safe bet until saturday. and still, again, goose eggs, zero. zero, nada, zip. the 58th running of the daytona 500 you will see here on fox 35. i am told it's a sell out.
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area was hopping. and the weather will be sweet. if you are golfing today, more of the same. solid 7 30s. beautiful to fantastic in the northeasterly breezy at 10 to 15 to gusts at 20 at times. we're going to have big winds into wednesday. closing in on the western u.s. and just a gamut of weather with wintry weather over the sierras, and the western edge of the rockies, and towards the bay area of san francisco. we have had vigorous storm cell and a blend of rain and snow. it's going to be the case once it moves across the nation. for us, it'll make an initial approach by monday, that big storm, and tuesday and wednesday the chance of rain will come up substantially.
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how close the low goes. at this point, the model is showing to the north. and a strong squall line play move in. something we'll keep our eyes on. temperatures looking de-flightful. and tonight, more of the same. high, scattered clouds. chance of rain is zero. and monday, tuesday, wednesday, days of transition. late monday into tuesday. we'll give you the latest as it comes into the weather center. >> gina: happy thursday. we have a new crash on wekiva springs road. coming in as a hit-and-run crash. sky fox on the way. we hope to get you live pictures in just a bit. the earlier crash on the 408 westbound entrance ramp at colonial.
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everything looks to be clearing up. nothing too significant. just be aware if you are traveling through this morning. everything is looking nice on i-4. 14 minutes right now i-4 westbound. the 408 from 417 to downtown will take about 10 minutes. regular gas is $1.57 at the wawa on south orange avenue in orlando. you can check out gas saving tips on our website at just click on traffic. >> john: another case of zika right here in central florida. >> amy: this morning we're learning where this person likely got the virus from. >> amy: governor scott will be talking tourism. we'll tell you what's at stake with today's announcement. >> amy: maroon 5 at amway center. on september 9.
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a picture of nasa. appears to show one of saturn's moons to be crashing into the the rings. the ring going across some of the moons. >> amy: florida today reports that the victim traveled to haiti where the virus was likely picked up. >> john: 9 mosquito borne virus can cause a fever and a rash. birth defects in babies as well. none of the cases involve pregnant women. >> amy: the bill that is expected to bring more money to lake county schools is not expected for pass. lang county is last per student funding. student enrollment, cost of
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have special needs or speak english as a second language. the lawmakers say that they don't have enough support in tampleghts to pass the bill. in tallahassee. >> amy: will florida break records again when it comes to visit? governor rick scott will be announcing the 2015 tourism numbers. last year florida's tourism industry set a record with 97.3 million visitors. >> john: that's a lot. >> amy: yeah. >> john: new developments in a deadly hit-and-run. >> amy: the troopers are closer to finding the drive who left the scene. what happens when the drivers take the checkered flag. >> john: we have joe is a treeny
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>> john: 6:30 here on your thursday morning. i'm john brown. >> amy: i'm amy kaufeldt. so glad you're waking up with us. a possible hit-and-run in a case and a possible break in the case. we'll have the next step in the investigation. >> reporter: my stomach was in my throat. >> a robbery and shooting at a orange county restaurant. >> amy: spring training begins today for two teams that practice here in central florida. i know you are super excited. >> john: well, it's renewal. you get to spring, and everything is new. no wins, no losses. >> amy: and the weather is perfect right now. >> jayme: yeah. a lot of folks coming done on down. you have the race on sunday at the speedway.
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want to get out of the snow and cold, you've come to the right place. i know it's a cool start. but warmer in melbourne, nearly 60 degrees. the wind has a lot to do with that this morning. another great day area wide. we'll have a spin of winds, a clockwise flow of air. north, northeast wind today. tomorrow it's offshore, and keeping us in very good weather graces, so to speak. dry skies and gorgeous weather into the weekend. dueling 76s there. and 77 for monday, and tuesday. and late tuesday into wednesday, another strong system approaching. it could get rocky during that time. we'll have more in the full forecast in about 10 more minutes. >> gina: sky fox is cruising the skies `` heading to a crash at
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it looks like the road is partially blocked. not causing too many significant delays just yet. and i will keep my eye on it and let you know. at poinciana, no roadblock, but be aware as you are traveling through there this morning. and i-4 eastbound from john young to downtown, 3 minutes. i-4 westbound, 434 to fairbanks, 7 minutes. and 408, westbound, rouse road to downtown, 9 minutes. >> amy: troopers believe they found the jeep that hit and killed a jogger in cocoa. >> john: it was an anonymous tip that led the police to the car. >> reporter: good morning, john. hopefully this morning we'll be able to find out who the driver
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this morning they're processing that jeep at fdle headquarters. now let's take a look at some video so you can see what happened. 39-year-old jason rote iger was hit and killed by a vehicle. and an anonymous tip led the police to a 1998 jeep jeep grand jeep grand cherokee. >> i just thought that it would be a : something that : i could do. i hope they find him. he has to live with this the rest of his life. >> reporter: so that jeep will be taking to fdle. that's where they'll be doing the processing and trying to take it in for evidence. hopefully, again, we'll get more answers to the hit-and-run
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reporting live outside of fhp headquarters, jackie orozco, fox 35 news. >> amy: two men have been found shot to death outside of a home in winter park. police are trying to figure out >> john: police said they found the bodies just before 10:00 p.m. near capen and comstock avenues off of fairbanks. and one man was in the yard and another was on the sidewalk. police do not believe there's a suspect at large though. >> amy: a crash which happened in the westbound lanes near world center drive. a truck rear ended a car which starteds a chain reaction crash. at least four vehicles were involved. one woman died and another driver is recovering. >> amy: two men robbed a
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attacked aen uber driver. 24-year-old, and a. -year-old eventually crashed the car during the pursuit and were arrested. >> john: a cat is safe this morning after firefighters pulled it from a burning home in cocoa. on parkway street last night it happened. they gave the pet special breathing equipment. no word on what caused the fire and no one else was inside. >> john: a man was shot twice during a robbery in orange county. this is an update to a story we told you first yesterday on "good day orlando." the gunman came in, shot the manager twice and drove away. the director of operations was shocked to hear what happened. >> my stomach was in my throat. he is stable now. he is out of icu. they say he's stable and doing
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>> john: yesterday deputies arrested a suspect. 23-year-old craig bernard kerry jr., and will make his first appearance in court today. >> john: and daytona, elliot, and kenseth will be leading. and the races tonight will determine the other drivers. the elliot, the poll setter was making laps. there was a spin out but everybody is okay. >> john: and good news for baseball fans. spring training begins today. the astros pitchers and catchers. and the nationals, and the braves pitchers and catches report tomorrow. the games start at the beginning of next month. >> john: the nba all-star break
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the magic are back on the court tomorrow night. orlando hosts dallas at 7:00 p.m. >> john: all new at 6:00 a.m. a substance fell from the sky and landed on a michigan town. >> amy: no one is quite sure what it is? >> what is your thought on the substance, could it be dangerous? >> yes. you are stepping on it. you better be concerned. >> amy: oh, boy. that looks awful. we'll tell you what they discovered so far.
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problems with the water >> john: good news for disney lovers. the epcot wine and food festival will run for 62 days this year, 10 days longer than last fall. the festival begins september 14 and goes until november 14. love it. >> amy: maybe i'll have time to go now. >> john: you have two months, amy. >> john: people are concerned after a tar,-like substance fell from the sky. >> amy: do you know what it looks like? at least on the top of the car, it looks like yucky bird doo doo. harrison township, in detroit, the local fire department don't believe it's harmful. whatever it is, it's not sitting
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>> everybody is concerned with it. we would like to know what it is and who is going to clean it up. you get government involved and everybody passes the buck. >> amy: it's coming from somewhere. there has to be a plant nearby or something. a local environmental area group is going to visit the area again. they need to take samples. >> john: giant tumble weed taking over in australia. >> amy: oh, my gosh. look at that. >> john: streets, driveways and getting into homes. >> i see us today cleaning up the tumble weed. this is what i've got today. >> john: that is crazy. >> amy: that is insane. it doesn't look like tumble weed we have here though. it looks softer. >> john: it would make a nice bed. people think it's coming from a nearby field. they blame the farmer for not maintaining his property.
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>> john: you talk about a fire hazard, right? >> amy: what would you rather have? the nasty black stuff or that. >> john: i will take that behind us on the beach. >> amy: only one in america made the top five. but it's in florida. we'll tell you, coming up. >> can you tell us what you are going to do with the money? >> no. >> amy: i love it. they're spunky. we're hearing from the powerball
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we'll introduce you to the happy >> amy: welcome back to "good day orlando." if you want to go to one of the best beaches in the world, you don't have to leave florida. trip advisor announced the best beaches around the globe, and clear water beach came in 20th on the list. and not only that, but the only american beach to crack the top 25. i think destin has beautiful beach, but what do i do. grace bay in turks and turks and caicos, and cuba.
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i think hawaii has some of the most beautiful beaches. >> john: i think we should take "good day orlando" on the road and we can tell you. >> amy: i may never come back from the turks and cakes turks and caicos. >> john: the couple from melbourne beach is not telling us. >> reporter: the florida lottery introduced us to the couple. it's been more than a month since they want. david cal schmidt and his wife maureen smith. they kept the secret from friends, family, and children. can you imagine keeping that secret? they plan to take the $327 million. they plan to take care of the family but they're not sure exactly what else they'll do with the massive amount of money. >> he wants to get a new car. >> how about you?
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i want to get a massage. [laughter] . >> reporter: she can have plenty of them. the publix that sold the ticket will get $100,000. $114 million for the jackpot. and almost up to $200 million. and they played the same numbers over and over for 30 years. >> amy: those are her lucky numbers. have a have a vava voom, she's 70? >> john: she wants a massage, and she could buy a masseuse. >> reporter: keep him in the other room. >> amy: i don't think that will work out well. >> john: don't judge my spending habits. >> jayme: i know what you are saying, man. i do. you have to get a good looking sunrise this morning.
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mainly clear skies. northeast wind flow advances into the interior. do what do you and enjoy. and we keep a blend of sun and clouds and partly cloudy through the weekend. the chance goes rainfall not happening out there. 40s and 50s right now. another great day. breezy weather into the afternoon. 71dy 2:00 p.m. and 69 by 5:00 p.m. the breeziness down the spine of the state. following the cold front to the straits of florida. the clockwise flow of air around the high. and the high pushes over the atlantic coastal waters, the winds veer northeast, and due easterly. varying degrees. with the high on top, the atmosphere will begin to relax some. the winds not as gusty over the weekend. it'll stave off the next front. we may not be so lucky though with the secondary system that
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early next week as this draws closer. we watch the area of low pressure. the models put it on sunday. shy of the noon hour over the texas panhandle. there could be a few issues once it draws closer to florida. talking about the heightening of the rain chance. not to say we're not going to see severe whrf but it's one that needs to be watched, the weather. what's interesting now, if are you doing the surf thing, like myself you can see the atlantic wave plot. swells at 11q/;to 13 seconds at an overall interval. it looks like a combo of the two. winds begin to slacken up big time again. they may move a little bit to the south and the west briefly sunday morning. there could be fun surf times ahead.
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you. and another high at supper time. and 4:30 at canaveral. gorgeous, sun filled skies and pleasantries. temperatures in the 70s. and down tonight to the 40s, and 50s down south. close to 60 at melbourne, titusville, and scottsville, and mims. and 70s through the weekend. bright sun. no chance of rain. winds likening up by saturday and sunday. >> gina: happy thursday. sky fox is over a crash at ghoalden rod and the 408. we have an fhp trooper on scene which doesn' t seem to be causing significant delays anymore, which is the good news. and a crash at 408 entrance ramp at colonial. and we have significant delays on colonial. be aware
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that way. and an earlier crash at 535 at poinciana boulevard is not causing too many hangups. i-4 westbound from lake mary to colonial, 16 minutes. and i-4 eastbound from the attractions downtown, about 13 minutes. and the 408 is looking good. it's up to speed as well. >> john: time to look at trending online headlines. >> amy: luanne is back with us at the wall. >> reporter: good morning. your first headline comes from this is pretty funny. nyc man receives contents of lost wallet with hill hilariously honest remarks. he received his wallet, license, credit cards, and it reads. i found your wallet, driver's license, and your address. so here's your credit cards and
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i kept the cash because i needed weed. and the metro card because the fare is now $2.75, and the wallet because it's kind of cool. enjoy the rest of your day. to doles. the guy who lost this stuff said that he has neverren so conflicted on a robbery. >> amy: how much cash? >> reporter: i guessl determine how funny it is. if it's a few hundred, it's not so funny. and final headline. canada's kate bretton welcomes refugees fleeing president trump. they can flee to the small island if donald trump becomes president. it's a joke but it's turned into a sort of marketing campaign for the island. apparently, since the website went up, there have been
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to move there. they have free healthcare and racial diversity. the only walls they have are holding up the roofs of extremely affordable houses, poking fun at trump's plan to build a wall along the mexico border. >> it looks pretty. book a trip. >> john: beyonce has a concert in central florida. >> amy: tens of thousands of fans. right now officers will not be
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>> amy: time to look at the stories making headlines stion in manatee county, a good samaritan takes down on a robber and it's all caught on camera. a man walked into a store on valentine's day and tried to rob the place. one of the customers sees what's going on decides to take him down. this didn't end well for the robber. he bumped into a display. a few more punches and knocked out cold. he's nowing being charged with
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>> amy: 18-year-old man bonded out of jail. he was arrested after he was said to have performed an. >> as of now, no police officers have signed up for security. she released a music video, brutality. many said that her message is too political and unfair. the tampa police department is looking for officers who are willing to work that event. coming up at 7:00, we're live from winter park where two men were shot to death overnight.
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autism screenings. >> amy: happy thursday. i'm amy kaufeldt. >> john: i'm john brown. >> reporter: good morning. police have wrapped up their double homicide murder investigation here in winter park and we'll have the latest coming up. >> she said i told you. >> john: the boyfriend of the woman who police said abandoned the baby after birth.


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