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so breezy and mild as temperatures will continue to warm up.p. temperatures today will be in the low 80s. one thing you'll notice more than anything is that cloud cover even though those clouds a a around, they are not producing precipitation today. i'll have more on the forecast coming up. good morning, everyone. if you're leaving the beach this morning, two for you to talk about. cameras facing west. if you continue west we're hearing reports of a crash that's affecting traffic heading towards i-95. that's also the case at 195 west-bound at u.s.-1. at this point we're not seeing any delays at this point. again, that could change. right here off to the exit ram we are seeing some slight delays at the macarthur causeway, 395 exit ramp to i-95. those speeds clocking in at 30 miles per hour. let's talk about u.s.-1
heading into miami. at this point things are looking great. not a lot of stop and go traffic at this point. kennedy willing drive heading to the same location, 17 minutes total drive time. now to vote 2016 where donald trump is coming out on top of another supe tuesday. he won in three states last night. >> overnight donald trump taking hawaii with more than 42% of the votes there. >> and before that he swept michigan. 5 delegates were up for grabs. >> trump also making mississippi, winning 47% of the votes in that primary. >> trump did not sweep all of the votes last night because ted cruz won the iowa -- idaho primary. >> 68 delegates went his way but the senator swept michigan wh about 50% of the vote.
about 48%. >> all eyes right here on florida. >> we're just days away. donald trump and bernie sanders#are already right here in south florida fighting for your vote. the next democratic debate is tonight at miami-dade college campus. that's where w find erica rakow live with much more on vote 2016. >>reporter: those two battles it out for more delegates yesterday and they bring it right here to miami-dade college's kendall campus. last night senator bernie sanders was at the james knight center where he was welcomed with plenty of applause by a relatively young crowd there. he talked about expanding health care and one of his biggest campaign platforms which is about making public colleges and universities tuition-free. he thinks he's got a good shot at winning despite what others have said and michigan proved
>> i just want to take this opportunity to thank the people of michigan who repudiated the polls that had his 20, 25 points down a few days ago, who repudiated the pundits who said bernie sanders was not going anywhere. >>reporter: meanwhile former secretary of state hillary clinton was in ohio last night. the state will be having its primary at the same time that we vote he in flax. clinton doesn't have any events scheduled in$& florida until that debate tonight. last time the two faced off, there was some tension but she says what they disagree on is nothing compared to the publicans. >> we have our differences which you can see when we debate, but i'll tell you what,those differences pale in comparison to what's happening on the republican tied. -- side. every time you think it can't get any uglier, they find a way.
republican side, trump was celebrating his big wins yesterday after campaigning in jupiter. he won't be having a debate until tomorrow. that's at the university of miami and then later today senator marco rubio will be in hialeah and senator ted cruz will be in miami for a rally this morning at miami-dade college campus's there. those three also trading jabs at each other while making stops yesterday. we'll talk more about that. we'll talk about senator marco rubio's prediction about how much of an impact florida is going to have on this election. for now we're live in kendall, erica rakow, local 10 news. >> be sure to stay with local 10 this election season. we are always bringing you the latest results d analysis on-air and on-line. check out local10.com. >> don'torget the florida primary just six days away. march 15th is when you can go. early voting going on right now in miami-dade, broward and monroe counties. it looks like there
voter turn out in michigan yesterday. voters waiting in long, lon lines. the county clerk says because there were many first time voters waiting to cast ballots for bernie sanders and donald trump. >> voters were not able to vote immediately. we had up to a two-hour wait at one precinct. >> i seen one man change his vote from republican to democrat because he didn't want to wait. >> the issue take center stage during last weekend's democratic debates. >> we've come to open the door. i saw the windows broke, at one in the bathroom and this one here in the back. we find out the guys who come in, they broke everything for us. >> a west park church is left cleaning up this mess after a suspected break-in. a viewer said she arrived and found musical equipment had
it happened on pembroke road near southwest 52nd avenue. a guitar, mixer and other thing involved are now missing. two 15-year-old boys were round at gunpoint. the robbery happened at northwest 2 nd avenue and west flagler street. one of those suspects you see right here, he was arrested. the other two are bebeeved to be between the ages of 16 and 18 but they are still on the run. right now two people in tamarac lt without a home as their condo caught fire yesterday. look at the scene, flames pouring out of that home. thankfully no one was hurt and that fire is under invtigation. a warehouse fire in pompano beach sostubborn it required three different fire departments to put it out. smoke could be seen from the metal manufacturing plant. firefighters say a special product was used to puthat fire out because water and foam did not do the trick.
cameras will now be coming to the miami-dade police force. commissioners agreed on a five year contract to add the camerasas the goal to have the cameras up and running by the end of the year. >> we were way ahead of ferguson. it's just taken us a long time to get the procurement, get the right camera, put the procedures in place, change the law up in tallahassee to protect privacy and now we're at this point. >> miami-dade police director juan perez says having these cameras will allow police to get evidence during what happens -- what happens during a cal@. american student attending vanderbilt university stabbed to death in@ a terror attack that left ten others wounded. it happened in tel aviv. a former u.s. army officer and israeli police say the suspect later shot and killed as he tried to run away.
the vice president was holding talks with the former leader there in u.s. defense officials say the united states targeted a senior islamic state commaer in syria. they are addressing now whether he may have been killed. he was one the most prominent military leaders of isis. sir george martin known as the fifth beatle helped catapult the legendary band to international fame. he was responsible for reasonabling several of the most famous b%atle songs. ringo starr said god bless george martin. minutes later another tweet of this picture with the beatles. favorite beatles song? >> yesterday.
hands down white album. you know where there's going to be lots of great music, l ls of dancing, eating, south florida's annual block party. calle ocho. >> join us, janine stanwood is there, along with christina vazquez, carlos suarez and ben kennedy. shyann malone, todd tongen will join me. we'll be there from 11-1:30. >> you ean chat with glenna millberg, l liane morejon and derek shore. leo tweeted us he's coming by. we will be right there, calle ocho between 15 and 16th avenue. no laughing matter. caught an camera a mother accused of driving drunk with her toddler sitting in the back seat.
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currently bringing severe weather over texas as we speak. the good news is that system is set up well to the west of us. where the high is located it's been warming us up gradually. currently we have 73 deees in miami. 72 ft. lauderdale. 73 key west. we should be waking up to the mid 60s. the culprit pumping in the heat and humidity. we still have a blanket of cloud cover in place. these are clouds that aren't going to be producing precipitation thanks to high pressure. it is going to provide for a blanket of cloud cover as you're waking up this morning and temperatures well above average in the low 70s. winds moving off the ocean anywhere between 16, 17 and even 18 miles per hour with wind gusts even stronger. the big concern is the threat of wind gusts reported in thee0s in marathon up towards miami. so the blanket of cloud cover will continue to move in. you notice the satellite and radar
rain falling from those clouds. our atmosphere is dry but it's starting to increase in our relative humidity because of the shift in the wind direction. this high is keeping the jet stream to the west rthwest and keeping that front itself over portions of texas, louisiana with that area of low pressure stretching in towards parts of t great lakes. the clash of these two air masses will aid to the lift in the atmosphere and provide for the possibility of severe weather over parts of texas, louisiana and mississippi. not a good day forheh. they are going to have to deal with the possibility of tornadoes embedded in the severe thunderstorms. for us it's going to be another beautiful day if you like it breezy and a little bit of cloud cover in place and temperatures above average. here's what we're setting up the stageor on your wednesday with those temperatures continuing to warm up day by day going into the weekend. remember we spring forward. daylight savings begins at 2:00 a.m. on sunday. set that clock ahead saturday nig. don't forget calle ocho, come out and see our
sunday afternoon. macarthur causeway west-bound we've been talking about this all morning long. we're hearing there's some police activity out here too. this is west-bound, those folks leaving the beach heading towards miami on at aroach for u.s.-1, biscayne boulevard, looks like one lane of traffic blocked along with the shoulder. road rangers there along with police. 395, n 195. what that means for you this morning, expect some minor delays for you folks leaving the beach. 395 west-bound on at approach to i-95 we're seeing slight, slight delays there at the exit ramp.not a lot to talk about there. all right, broward county an earlier crash still cause something minor issues. this is i-95 northbound at hollywood boulevard. i wanted to leave you with minor pictures in broward county, south of that location at pembroke road and no issues to report. >> constance, thank you for that. former massachusetts governor and former presidential candidate mitt romney making an appearance on jimmy
>> as part of the show's mean tweets segment -- >> love it. >> this is miss -- hysterical. >> mitt romney had haze chance and blew it. lindsey graham ran for president, got zero, capitalized and quit. why are they now spokesmen against me. sad. the only people i know got zero are the ones who paid 25 grand to be at trump university. [ applause ] >> all right. mitt taking his shots last night.. >> he's not even running for president and he's still going after him. >> just the beginning as we continue to surge here on vote 2016. a man lucky to be alive after a daring river rescue. >> we caught it on camera. we're going to show you more of this pext. we continue to stay on top of what happened yesterday, the primaries over there and now the focus is on florida.
maryland court of appeals that baltire police officer can be compelled to testify against his fellow officers. a total six officers charged in the april 2015 death of gray who died after suffering spinal injury in the back of a police van. an ohio police officer was fired after allegedly making an insensitive comment on facebook. he commented on the post about aauicide of a black activist. he quote quote love a happy ending. caught on camera a dramatic water rescue. body camera from a police officer climbing over a guardrail and going down into this river, walking through the water to get closer to a car that's flipped on top its roof. the rescuers find the driver still in that car, they forced the door open, dragged that man to shore.
injuries but because of the actions and courage of those officers, he is expected to recover. speaking of rescues, a whole comnity came together to rescue a retriever. >> we told y about this story, lily, yesterday, swimming for her life. we'll tell you about the rough rececery ahead. ahead at:30 we have the dash camera 10. a mother accused of
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when miami-dade fire rescue arrived she was in distress and exhausted. >> canal was a deep embankment canal, probably about a 15 foot drop. she continued to swim away from us. probably about two strokes away from her, her head was starting to dip in the water. had we wait aid little bit longer, it may not have had a happy ending. >> look at her. sheeeds to get hydrated after all that. the search is n for her owner. she has a microchip but it's not registered to anyone. a good reminder. >> come together, you may know who lily's owner is. let's get her home. a trafficcalert for anyone leaving the beach. we had an accident here, some police activity. this is the macarthur causeway west-bound the approach to u.s.-1. you see traffic slowing down just a bit. i'll have details on
primary results are in with a bigig surprise in one state, the results up next. and now that t ey are over the fight for florida is next. we're just six days away from the primary and tonight the democratic candidates will faceoff here in south florida. first on 10 mother laughing, waving, the charges are no joke. dash camera video shows her being arrested for d.w.i. her child was in the car. plus wrongfully accused. how a young man's life was changed after he was charged with sexual battery against a little girl. good morning, south florida. i'm eric yutzy.
i know a lot of you like to go to the beach during the winter months but that's not looking great for those of you who want to go swimming. >> winds are blowing. you can see the seas are rough. julie durda, is it going to be like this all day? >> indeed it is. i've continued to remind you spring breakers,anybody that may have the day off, do not go out into our atlantic waters. it may look inviting but police stay safe and do us a favor and make sure that you're staying out of this life-threatening risk of rip currents that we have in place. that breeze is strong, moving all of you are cameras around across parts of south florida breeze to continue today. with that said our winds areoving in anywhere per hour and because of that we are expecting our temperatures to stay above average. right now we've got the low 70s. we should be waking up to mid 60s. breezy and warm throughout the morning.
willlleed are the sunglasses. the breeze will continue and highs today will be in the lower 80s after waking up to t lower 70s. i'll have more on the forecast coming up. i want to give a shout-out to the family from texas that's here. the beach lookinguch better. we had an accident there on 395 west-bound. now it's complete cleared up which is great. let me show you how it looks on the ground level. i do see some flashing lights over here to the distance. the folks leaving the beach heading towards miami.we had some police activity mixed with t tt as well. let's get to a brand new crash this morning. if you're traveling northbound at galloway ad on the approach to coral way. thosspeeds clocking in at about 20 miles per hour. just a little bit of stop and go traffic. only one lane of traffic blocked. in broward county we've got one crash to get to this time affecting traffic on i-95 southbound on commercial
as you can see folks are speeding along at 69 miles per hour. we are following breaking news for you right now. a miami-dade police officer has been involved in a crash. this is located at northeast first avenue in miami. as soon as we get more details about what happened here, we'll bring them straight to you. >> now to vote 2016. donald trump this morning still very much on top. >> however, the buzz is about michigan where senar bernie sanders ended up winning. trump took i-95 with 24% of the votes. >> he alslso won 47.3% of the votes in the primary in misisssippi. >> but ted cruz did come out on top in idaho. he had a huge lead over trump in the state with more than 45% of the vote against trump's 28. >> and on the democratic side it sure was a close call but bernie sanders took michigan. hillary clinton right
>> hillary c clinton wins 83% of the vote in that state. >> the fight shift right here in the sunshine state ahead of several candidates will be right here in south florida today. >> democrats getting ready to face off miami-dade's college campus in kendall and that's where we finin erica rakow with our continuous coverere this morning with vote 2016. >>reporter: with the results from four more primaries from yesterday now in, the candidates start to turn their attention to florida. our primary now just six day as way. and tonight the democratic candidates will be coming here to kendall, miami-dade college campus and they vote. vermont senator bernie sanders spoke before a packed house at the james knight center in miami last night. >>his campaign is about, is thinking outside of the box, thinking outside of the status quo.
presidential candidate talked about expanding health care and his plans to make public colleges and universities tuition free, this while his direct opponent hillary clinton was in ohio rallying for support there. the other state that will vote the same day florida does. >> we have our differences which you can see when we debate, but i'll tell you what,those differences pale in comparison to happening on the republican side. every time you think it can't get any uglier, they find a way. >>reporter: on the republican side donald trump back in the sunshine state too celebrating with supporters in jupiter last night after winning primaries in mississippi and michigan. >> well, i have no message to marco. think he has to make his own -- it's been a tough night for him. he's got to make his own decision. i've actually had a good relationship with marco, believe it or not. he became hostile about
didn't work. hostility works for some people. it doesn't work foreverybody. >> senator ted cruz will be at miami-dade college this morning. >> i believe with all my heart the winner of the primary next tuesday will be the winner of the nominee for the republican party. >> if we are divided, he wins the nomination and hillary becomes president. if we unite, that ain't going to hapapn. >>reporter: and so the stage is set. everything ready to go here in kendall for the democrat debate. that starts at 9:00 tonight. tomorrow the republicans will debate also in miami. that one happening at the university of miami at 8:30 p.m. for now we're live in kendall, erica rakow, local 10 news. >> thanks. just another reminder, we're six dayss away from the florida primary.
counties keep theirearly voting sites open until march 12th. count on local 10 news for your entire election season information. we have you covered on everything you need to know to make your vote in 2016. other news this morning a story you saw first here on local 10, a mother cuffed and arrested for allegedly driving drunk with her two-year-old son in the back seat. >> now we're getting a lcok at the dash camera video of her arrest. >> no, no. why? why? just passed all the tests. >> florida highway patrol troopers arrested colleen laughlin after she performed a sobriety test in the field. she told officers she had drank beers and
court records indicate this is not the teacher's first run-in with the law. >> please leave me alone. >> just want to get your side of thing. >> in court laughlin's attorney said she's a former teacher turned housewife. court recos indicate she has been arrested before. now to a shooting in lauderhill that left a car riddled with bullets. police say the shooting started as an attempted robbery. the driver of the white car was at northwest 5th avenue. the victim tried to drive away but the shooter fired his weapon and struck him several times. >> hope nothing else happens, man. that's all we can do. >> police worked to find the shooter but no one was caught. the victim taken to broward health and is expected to recover. a robber remaining on the run after stealing from a ft. lauderdale bank. look at the manan pictured here at the td bank near
authorities say this man implied he h a weapon, demanded money from an employee. take a good look at this photo. if you have any information on who this man is, call broward crimestoppers. a hollywood man now behind bars after police say he robbed two people when they met up to sell him a phone. police say the 19-year-old contacted the men through craigslist. the men were trying to sell an iphone but soon after hand it go over, investigators say he pulled out a gun and ran away. police say he also dropped a gun on university drive. he was already on probation and is now facing even more charges. the boynton beach woman accused of hiring a hitman to kill her husbd could be sent back to jail. this all comes after dalia dipolito traveled miami to tape an
dipolito is back in court march 22nd. speaking out after the charges against him were dropped. he was originally charged with sexual battery against a minor. police say his accuser claimed he molested another girl but that girl signed an affidavit saying it was all a lie. he says the entire ordeal has been like a bad dream. >> to@this day my client is actually innocent and now he wants to put his life back together. he's been fired from a job that he had for 20 years working here in broward county. he's never beennrrested before in his life. >> those who know me vouch for that and i just want to thaha everyone that supported me. >> hlost his job because of those accusations. he says he's considering leaving broward county altogether. calle ocho is thi sunday but later today the domino tournament will begin at 9:00 a.m. >> that's good watching. just some of the fun leading up to sunday, 11:00 a.m. to 1:30. we'll be out there,
christina vazquez, carlos suarez and ben kennedy. shyann malone and todd tongen will also join me from 11 to 1:30. >> here's when i'm headed over there from 1:30 to 4:00, glenna millberg, lee lee along with me. next amy viteri, constance jones, hatzel vela and kristi krueger. we're going to be having fun. don't be surprised if you see us eating, dancing and taking call kinds of pictures with our viewers. >> join us, south florida, this sunday calle ocho. new this morning a break in the case of a deadly shooting of a pastor. you'll be surprised to know where the alleged gunman wasound and arrested overnight. dolphins making changes to their defense. find out whose coming and who may be leaving. a close call for a reporter during a live shot. look at that. terrifying moments when a driver nearly hits a
it was all caught on camera. you'll see it and feel it. . lauderdale, miami, all the way down by the keys. life-threatening risk of rip renne for you on this windy wednesday. how long will this last? i'll have the details in the forecast. miami-dade police officers has been involved in a crash, this is at northeast first avenue and 12th street in miami. we're working on getting you some updates and getting you know what
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place too. those clouds are not producing any precipitation so don't worry about the rain gear today. you'll need the sunglasses as peaks of sunshine will occur and hold on to your hats. 17 mile an hour wind gusts i miami. 72 in ft. lauderdale with the southeast wind anywhere between 17 and even 20 miles per hour at times. down by the keys more clear skies as you can see, 73 and a relative humidity of 71. east wind at 18 miles per hour. sunrise moments ago. it doesn't look that pretty from our hollywood beach cam because we do have those clouds in pla. look how rough the surf is. boaters advisory as well. it will be a nice day if@ you walk along the broad walk. wind gusts in the 20s right now. miami, homestead all the way down by the keys. we'll continue to filter in the cloud cover. the clouds will keep us dry only because the
that's our fair weather friend. this is the time of year we love high pressure because it makes us feel so comfortable even though the winds are so strong. ghs will push eastward. that will release the tight pressure gradient we have between the high pressure and the storm syem over parts of texas and in towards the mississippi valley. that will allow for our winds to subside meaning we'll feel the increase in our humidity levels by the end of the week. currently we have nothing but shower and thunderstoto activities it. severe weather popped up over portions texas. there's definitely a possibility of severe weather again today not just for texas but louisiana and mississippi valley. severere thunderstorms embedded in those thunderstorms and can't rule out a torna and damaging winds. high pressure will continue to be our dot.com the weather feature providing for breezy conditions. partly sunny skies going into thursday. we'll definitely notice a warming trend by theend of the workweek and into the weekend.
of a shower and don't forget spring forward. we lose that hour of sleep saturday night into sunday morning due to daylight savings at 2:00 a.m. >> i'll be out there sunday night dancing at calle ocho, me and jacey and eric, we'll be out there. this is 395. underneath 395 at northeast avenue, earlier we have the crash right underneath the bridge. anyone traveling in this area you're going to see police o there so use caution. it is gorgeous this morning on 395. if you're head to the beach or leaving the beach, no other issues to report. at this point things are good. if you're traveling underneath 395. that's where that police activity is. all right. so in addition to that we had another crash in miami-dade county, this one off of galloway road and coral way. that one is now clearing. the other crash unour southbound lanes at mmercial boulevard. quickly i just want to get you to 595. if you're traveling
i-75 going to take you about 15 minutes. yo average speed 54 miles per hour. >> thanks for that. >>the miami dolphins making moves in the free agency market. pass rusher is said to make about $8 million a year. the dolphins welcoming him to miami on twitter. he was released by the buffalo bills last week. meanwhile lamar miller may be on the way to texas. the dallas cowboys have also expressed some interest.. 24-year-old employed at miami killian high school, also played at the university of miami. now to a one and only local 10 exclusive, a biblical tale told in a big way. when kings and prophets aired last night and one of the actresses from the show is from right here in south miami. her family had a watch party last night in their south miami home. janine couldn't make it though because she's in los angeles doing lots of promotions for the
can you watch kings and prophets right here on local 10 every tuesday night at 10:00. tune in for local 10 news at 11:00 right after. we're seeing the moments a news crew assignment could have turned very much for the worst. >> coming up next a close call a reporter had when a driver lost control of their car. plus a teacher in trouble this morning. what she's a#cused of doing right in front of kindergarten students
investigators have yet to announce his motive. the agents who shot and killed the oregon militia spokesman under investigation not for the shots that hit him but for the ones that didn't. the shooting was justified. the video released by the fbi shows the traffic stop from january 26th. it shows him getting out of his truck with his hands up at first, then he appears to reach towards his jacket pocket. the fbi says he was reaching for a loaded handgun. his wife disagrees saying his killing was intentional. >> he was walking with his hands in the air, a symbol of surrender. when he reached down to his left, he was reaching to the pain of having been shot. my husband was murdered intentionally and deliberately and with mamace. >> a spokesman for the protestors who occupied the building earlier this year. you see this
air live when a driver nearly crashed into him and his photographer. he credits that photog for saving his life. the photographer actually yelled at the reporter who jumped out of the way in the nick of time. the car went right, he went left and he kept doing live shots all morning long. >> the next time he went on the air, he gave his photographer a hug. >> i would have told my producer, i'm shaking, i'm freaked out, no more live shots today. >> that's how hard o morning crews are working to get you ready for your day. a washington teacher is out there is out of a job. >> the kindergartner's teacher arrived so drunk she allegedly walked into a wall. students say she had a container allegedly with alcohol iide the classroom. >> it makes me s scared.
first alcohol related offense while working as a teacher. she was working at a different elementary school. in that situation she was placed on probation. >> unbelievable. >> it's terrifying as a parent certainly and it ceainly makes you thankful for the teachers you know are doing the right things for your kids every single day. in the meantime we're staying on top of the race to the white house with the primary just six day as way. >> the democratic debate. we have the details for
10. all rigig. "good morning america" getting started in just a couple minutes right here on local 10. here's what they are working on from new york. >>reporter: coming up next here on "good morning america," the race for the white house. bernie's surprising win in michigan.n. trump coming out on top in michigan and hawaii.
change the race. we have donald trump and john kasich both joining us live this morning all next on gma. hi, south florida. amy, we'll be talking to you soon. breezy conditions out there. this is how we started thth workweek. we'll have at least one more day of strong southeast winds. temperatures well above average in the 70s this morning. dangerous conditions to be out over the waters. want to show you your forecast, school day forecast. temperatures will stay in the low 70s until about 10:00, then mid 70s. highs today@in the low 80s. the palmetto expressway is a problem. we don't have an accident, just a whole lot o& congestion. if you're traveling here along the big curve, we have heavy congestion for our southbound drivers. also an earlier crash with some police activity underneath 395 and northeast first avenue. those speeds at 24 miles per hour. our top stories now on this wednesday morning, we have breaking news to start with. a miami-dade police officer has been involved in a crash.
northeast first avenue and 12th street in miami. we do have a crew on that scene gathering information. as soon as we find out what happened, we'll bring the details to you. the primary results, they are in, donald trump finishing on top in michigan, mississippi and hawaii. on the democratic side bernie sanders winning in michigan but hillary clinton takes victory in mississippi. she claims 83% of the vote. bernie sanders and hillary clinton are preparing to square off at another event tonight. that is justix days ahead of our florida primary. >> we're getting a look the dash cam video from the arrest of a mother would allegedly drove drunk with her two-year-old son in the car. she allegedly failed a sobriety test. troopers say she drove for miles on i-95 without a tire. a west park church is left cleaning up ape mess after a suspected break-in. a viewer called local 10 saying she arrived at the church on pembroke
found musical eauipment had been stolen. >> we have plenty to keep working on this morning. we'll be back in about 30 minutes. >> you can always take locgl 10 with you w wh our wplg app. we'll find out what happened with that police officer in that accident and bring it toyou here on local 10. >> beach is a little nasty today. >> at least we have the wind to relieve some of
>> see cc1 test message good morning, america. trump triumphs again. the gop front-runner winning big in michigan, mississippi and hawaii. now calling on the party to unite behind him. >> so, what i say to the republicans is embrace it. we will win the election easily. >> and bernie sanderstunning hillary clinton. >> this has been a fantastic night in michigan. predictions. the race tighter than ever. our team breaking it down.
both join us this morning. also right now, severe storms hit the south. flash floods a a pounding hail. dozens already rescued as more severe weather and heavy rain moves in. hulk hogan takes the stand facing tough questions aboutut his private tape. saying his famous character is different than who he really is. why that's crucial to his case. oh i get by with a little help from my friends and celebrating the fifth beatle. paul mccartney, ringo starr and others hon george martin. he helped create one of the ggest bands in the world. the messages and memories pouring in right now. we do say good morning, america. many celebrating the life of sir george martin. the 90-year-old superproduce who really changed music as we know it. >> often called the fifth beatle.
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