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feet by a couple of bad boys from the wrong side of the polls. you want to sur rend you are your body politic and do what they will. that's what's making news in america. a traffic warning right now on eyewitness news this morning. they closure on 1792 in orange county can delay your commute. the first time to democrat to -- democrat potential candidates face-off. the arguments they had. there are so many republicans. good morning, 5 am, friday, february 12. >> we check weather and traffic every 10 minutes. deneige broom already busy.
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certified meteorologist brian shields in severe weather center 9 and we will see some change. >> it will be awesome today. sunday, 70. -- sunday, 70 -- sunny and 70. jacket weather, 45 orlando, 46 ocala, 46 daytona beach. throughout the day we warm up quickly. here's a look at the satellite and radar, looking good. the outfit -- outlook marion county, ocala, 62 at 10:00 70 at noon. northern zones in the 70s and back-to-back, 71 noon. northern zones in the 70s and back-to-back, 7170, 4:00 scattered clouds and mid-60s into the evening coming up we will track changes on the way an affront -- a front arrives this afternoon. 5:01 am.
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project that could disrupt the drive today. >> we give you heads up last night, crews shut down the southbound lanes of 1792 in maitland. eyewitness news this morning janai norman slide and this could be trouble once the commute is going. >> reporter: a many drivers like this truck behind me will be the toward where you turn left onto park avenue. the road closed signs and orange cones will be up all weekend. four hours, construction crews have been blocking the southbound lanes of 1792. transportation officials say they will remove concrete slabs and replace the roadway with asphalt between winter park in maitland. most of the work will happen under the railroad bridge. we found out over the course of the weekend you can still access local businesses and the road will be blocked until 6 am monday morning.
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time but then the crews will close down the same lanes next friday, february 1 nine next friday, february 1 92 6 am the following monday. -- february 19 at 6 am. today's broom -- first through eatonville and that can have traffic issues. here you can see in the purple is where you have the roadblock and an alternate is lake avenue to one more to leave wrote in 1792 to get back southbound. another if you want to prefer to take i 4, get off the road, and back on 1792. another alternate and i will tweak them out at wftv traffic so you can stay up-to-date. in the next five hours in a change meant to give drivers -- almost 2 years crews have been
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state 70, boggy creek road in adjacent flyovers for direct access to the airport and give local roads relief. the project cost $71 million. 2 candidates on stage in the third democratic debate last night. >>senator. clinton focusing on president. obama. kimberly eiten is breaking down the moments that mattered most. this was the first time they squared off since the primary earlier. >> reporter: with each one with a win under the bill, bernie sanders in new hampshire days ago came on top, they are looking into had to south carolina and nevada where the next primaries will be held. the race to the white house focuses on the democrat already in office. as the presidential contenders from his party faced off for the first time since new hampshire voters went to the polls earlier this week. clinton and sanders took the
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fireworks at the end. >> we heard the criticism of senator. sanders about the president i replied -- respect from republicans but not someone running for the nomination to succeed president. obama . >> madam secretary, that is a low blow. one of us ran against barack obama. i was not a candidate. >> before either of them becomes the successor to the obama legacy, they will have to win overs -- boaters in -- voters in nevada. >> sec. clinton you are not in the white house yet. >> that will mean convincing a diverse population there the better choice. for the bottom of the hour look how demographics change in the state and look back at the other barbs thrown in the
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onto the gop florida's but looks like leading candidate donald trump will gain a head start. you will be at a rally with 10,000 people in tampa tonight. michael lopardi will take you there live starting at four. he will post updates when the rally starts through our facebook page and if you miss them we will air highlights at seven , 11. mother-daughter duo accused of locking kids and aromas they work as prostitutes are refusing to do -- bail them out. >> tracy moloch and her daughter have posted on backstage -- promising sexual services. the owner of the home claimed he didn't know what they were doing but supported the rest. >> the right thing was done. and the three children in question that i'm sure is why it has blown up are now in good hands.
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were not under investigation and the children are staying with a relative. employees of the pediatrician treating children under the influence is being accused. the doctors practice has closed. we told you last month the dr. velasco was accused of taking drugs and alcohol while treating children in his clinic on waste caley street. we saw medical supplies singled out how we spoke with employees. >> a lot of people would love these doctors. they have been seeing him for a long time. >> velasco says the disgruntled employee may be allegations which he says are false and he is now appealing the decision to issue an emergency restriction on his medical license. today for last time a global company will collect water bottle donations at their facility to help people in flint, michigan. the company elastic mixed solution -- pollution control systems sending more than 17,000 bottles of water to
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dangerously high levels of lead for months after the city switch from a local record to save money. later tonight, the school board and polk county will discuss a complete the internal investigation into the superintendent. superintendent catherine leroi he was cleared of any wrongdoing, associate superintendent greg rivers claimed leroi made sexual passes at him and tweak an open position so she could hire a formal level. the school board meets tonight at 5:00. started today's veterans in lake county may have to go somewhere else for medical care. the va clinic in leesburg is shutting down at noon. and you va clinic opens on is burley boulevard into theirs is coming tuesday. any veterans who need care in the meantime are asked to visit the orlando deal medical center in lake nona. if you have been watching us all weekend no one of our major headlines was the six different shootings that claimed seven lives across central florida this last weekend. in the next two hours the orange county sheriff's office host to start making things a
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guns for $50 gift cards. starting at 7 am, anyone can turn in a gun no questions asked without an id. to show up at the orange blossom trail the room and board building at obt in michigan avenue. later today officials in eatonville hope to reopen the main road through town the following a big water main break. he first heard about the water main break on kennedy boulevard the people watching eyewitness news out 11:00 on tuesday. leaders blamed the cold weather on the town under a boil water morning. a similar break happened last summer. coming up at 5:10 am we check weather and traffic every 10 minutes. certified meteorologist brian shields in severe weather center 9 beautiful day in store. >> a lot of sunshine on the way and warmer. julie this morning but by -- it is going to be cold this morning mid-sixties and afternoon we warm up further southwesterly 70s around by pickup time.
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in the 60s and 70s and cool into the evening. volusia county 74 deland, 75 deltona, 73 in new smyrna beach and osceola county, look at numbers, not 80 but making a run at it. poinciana 76, 75 to 70, the loop and mid-70s, 75 toward st cloud i should say. titusville, 74, 73 cocoa, breezy today. winds southwest 10-20 giving us on the warm side and tonight a many front works in and chilly around 52 and not bad. i will show you how the front will impact the weekend 5:10 am. >> a couple of things going on an osceola county. pleasant hill wrote at grenada boulevard it shut down right now for a crash and working on an alternate and kissimmee and i will have that in seven minutes. construction on i 4, ivanhoe you have a right lane blocked off still by construction
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of spots will be updated. uncovering more mistakes that led police to the wrong home when they handcuffed a family and fired their guns., 911 caller appeared to confuse the dispatcher who sent over the officers. one woman says she was offered by a church to stay quiet about what she claimed was an affair with the married pastor. we told you about the issue
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good morning and nancy alvarez 5:13 am i live load at 1792 maitland. that could cause headaches. work is underway now. janai norman will let you know what to expect and deneige broom is working on alternate routes if this is your commute. we know the driver who investigators say crashed into an orlando home. we know he has been arrested nearly 1 dozen times before. who saw the story break if you are watching eyewitness news at five on wednesday. investigators say a family was inside when a 27-year-old clarence mcclendon plowed
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rio grande avenue. clarence mcclendon plowed through the wall of his home on rio grande avenue. police say right before the crash mcclendon may have been involved in a hit-and-run. you can see the damage for yourself. go to and scroll down to the latest photo section so you can see the damage to the home. this morning brevard county residents of waking up educating themselves on how to deal with coyotes. state wildlife agents taught residents about the animals trying to reassure them that they could coexist with the coyotes living near gleason park. >> people live in the city should feel safe being able to walk their pets or have their children outside. >> the city tried to start to track the coyotes living near the park that agents say it was not allowed. we are told the city will resume trapping efforts once it finds a place to relocate the coyotes that meet state requirements. is a morrow county, more research has to happen to see whether fences are really
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on eyewitness news this -- yesterday you saw the state transportation engineers and biologists looking at the interstate between longwood and lake mary. why let agents are worried because trash cans are locked under a new ordinance, bears will hop fences to find food. >> a big bear can climb a pine tree in seconds. three or 4 feet high fences are not effective for keeping bears out. >> a biologists and engineers researching what kinds of fans could work best. 20 bears hit on i 4 in the last six years. and has taken 70 years of family members of the groveland afford to wait for more debt -- five more days for a public apology to the global city council will make the proclamation tuesday. back in 1949, number four young black men were arrested for raping a 17-year-old white there. a book now explains how the sheriff at the time frame to the men and even shot two of
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this morning habitat for humanity standing by its work at home in kissimmee but officials say they do not know how it fell into such disrepair. habitats osceola county residents spoke with us about this home. the homeowner says it had leaky pipes, broken cabinets and faucets and the president admitted the group used licensed and unlicensed contractors to do $35,000 in work, home. we promised habitable home and promised to have the elements of what a home should be. is it going to have all the bells and whistles? of course not. >> the president says she will talk to the homeowner about concerns but added that nonprofit like they cannot fix it all. this sounds like about history. a giant water hazard suddenly disappears from a golf course -- this sounds like a golfers dream. a giant water hazard suddenly
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>> managers say the pond will refill when the sinkhole is clogged. >> awesome story. 5:17 am. >> no complaints. it's going to be great. >> looking good outside, 450 chilly this morning and you want a jacket or sweatshirt and by the afternoon you will not need that. warming up in ocala, 50 and 46 daytona beach and port orange, ponce inlet, 45 titusville, palm coast, 50, seminole county, mid-40s. chilly. look at the temperature changes, 5 to 250 milder this
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waking up to 20s and 30s and a lot of 40s and 50s this morning. to light and pulling out of the south -- windsor like a pulling out of the south. satellite radar picture it looks great. throughout the day wall-to-wall sunshine. 72 at 2:00, there are the 70s and mid-60s this evening. the outlook looks great. 8:00 follow on the time frame tonight a mini front is pushing in saturday morning but tomorrow behind that, a lot of sunshine and cooler with highs in the 60s. at the beaches water temperatures 50s and 60s. recurrent risk strong -- rip currents will be strong. 76 is the high. 75 clermont in kissimmee, 74
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tonight in the 50s. clear and the exception of clouds working in with a front and tomorrow it sunny cooler and most of us in the 60s. we will be in great shape. plenty of events this weekend paws in the park, for information. five-day forecast, where the weekend is always in view, 68 saturday and mostly sunny, sunday, 67. 30s and 40s around and warm into the 60s and back to 76 monday. keeping an eye on another front monday into tuesday with a chance for showers. deneige spot of construction pulling up a camera i 4, 408 downtown orlando approaching south street you have one lane
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live traffic tracker, a crash mentioned has moved out of the lane so you will have a crash have a crash granada blvd., kissimmee. investigators say thieves destroyed credit to get expensive plastic surgery. three women arrested. many have followed the story on has no information on what investigators think operation nip and tuck was ripping people off. cases of the zika virus in florida, we ask why officials are not screening travelers coming into the us. a local pastor stepped down amid an alleged sex angle -- sex scandal. why a woman sued
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$3000 to keep quiet. a lot of you have been reacting to the story online and if you have not, go to fwb -- wftv facebook page future could -- schools could drive up the cost of homes now. the counties talking about raising the exactly on a single family home by about $2000 and 3000 for a condo. the county says the money will help cover the rising cost of building schools and orange county commissioners could vote on proposal in may. a slowdown in the global economy could reduce the central florida vacation trips taken by one of our top groups of tourists. in my report on eyewitness news at 4 yesterday and found that because the canadian dollar is struggling, canadians could have to pay an extra 30% to vacation here in orlando. the extra expense is usually reduced the number of canadian visitors by about 8%. speaking of vacations, if you think the next flight is tight you will not be wrong.
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space has been defeated. federal requirements for the space when needed in case passengers had to evacuate but the airline says there was no safety risk and more seats allow for cheaper fares. us transportation department agrees that fares appalling, the average price of the ticket is in the lowest point in six years thanks to low cost of jet fuel and expansion of low-cost airlines. they still charge full year -- full price for two-year-old. this morning we are learning about the government's connection to orange county before investigators say he killed 2 deputies in maryland. >> we needed to an officer here that had investigators looking for him. >> reporter: monitoring the construction project that could interrupt your drive, we will show you how to get around closures along the southbound lanes of 1792. look at the numbers mid-70s
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5:30 am. of the construction project is going on southbound lanes of 1792 near monroe avenue, may lead to park avenue, winter park is close down. it could have an impact on the morning commute. life to let you know what you can do. we checked weather and traffic every ten minutes and travel day keeping an eye on the roads. >> is begin with brian. if you are stuck in flash -- let's begin with brian. if you're stuck in traffic and would be nice if it's sunny. spread 40s and 50s this morning, 46 daytona beach, 47 sanford, 45 orlando. have a jacket or sweatshirt.


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