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[real-time closed captioning provided by u.s. captioning company.] >> ginger: now at 4:00, primary day is almost here. donald trump and marco rubio are both making last minute pushes to win over voters. good afternoon, everyone. this is news 6 at 4:00. i'm ginger gadsden. >> lisa: i'm lisa bell. thanks for joining us. >> julie: and i'm julie broughton. also, we're taking a look at a controversial policy. >> lisa: tomorrow voters get
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voices heard. marco rubio is hoping to win his home state and today he's been campaigning all across florida. he held a meet and greet today at that little restaurant in melbourne where news 6 reporter is joining us live. >> reporter: hey, guys. this was it. this was the last time marco rubio had in central florida before the sunshine state decides who they want their next republican nominee to be. so marco rubio, down in the polls >> stood up before a big crowd at the little restaurant in melbourne, to gather the last minute undecided voters and to say he's not out just yet. >> tomorrow we've got an important choice as a party, as a country, as a state. tomorrow is a choice between optimism and fear >> reporter: it's the final push for marco rubio in his home state in the city of melbourne. rallying up those voters who are
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>> if we lose this election, that means hillary clinton will be president. or not to leave him feeling left out or lonely, or bernie sanders. don'ts worry, you're not going to get beat up at my rally. >> reporter: that was a nod to trump who has the wide lead here in florida and who rubio is trying to stand apart from, leading what he calls a campaign of optimism for a new american future, instead of what he believes is trump's campaign built on hate. >> i ask americans do we really want to live in a country where everybody hates each other and people are at each other's throats and we can't even have a passionate debate about our healthcare and our laws. we're in a lot of trouble if we live in a country where everybody hates each other. >> reporter: what we do know is marco rubio is heading to west palm right now and in miami
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florida to decide tomorrow. coming up at 5:00, we'll hear from supporters who were here and we'll hear from rubio on whether or not he plans to drop out of the race if he loses the sunshine state tomorrow. live from brevard county. >> ginger: thank you. it's no surprise florida is a hot state to win. tonight donald trump is rallying for support in tampa. news 6 reporter erik von ancken is at the trump rally. >> reporter: donald trump just finished up, in fact. take a look over there. i'm getting out of the way. he's working the crowd right now because he finished maybe four minutes ago. this went on for about an hour. it was about an hour late. still, folks are excited to see him. 5,000 people were outside the tampa convention center and he's not leaving just yet.
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donald trump even took questions. one guy looked like he was going to rush the stage. he was stopped very quickly. this is what happened next. >> people are crazy. they're crazy. i didn't know this happened in tampa. i love tampa. i didn't know it happened. all right. they'll go home to their moms soon and they'll get -- let me ask you, i don't want to ruin somebody's life, but do we prosecute somebody like that or no? >> reporter: i'm starting to hear people around here saying trump is fairly well-behaved and he joked, saying his wife suggested he act more presidential. it seems that we saw that this afternoon, especially with trump
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lead over marco rubio. we'll see you again at 5:00. >> ginger: we saw him behaving a little better during the debates as well. thank you, erik. sarah palin showed up today. she cancelled her trip after saying her husband was in a show yesterday. right now, palin's husband is in intensive care. then later this afternoon, she was in tampa seen thanking the husband. the 2008 vice presidential nominee endorsed the frontrunner in january. >> julie: in results 2016, a local congressman alan grayson got the knights for bernie excited in front of the ucf student union this afternoon. he spoke about the importance of
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he held a private poll and says on top. 2 dozen students in total attended the rally. on the democratic side, hillary clinton campaigned in illinois and north carolina today. bill clinton will be at rawlins college at 6:45 and we'll be there, bringing you a live report on news 6 at 5:00. count on news 6 to keep you up coverage. tomorrow we'll stream results live from 7 to 11:00 on >> ginger: the campaign trail is central florida. the weather is pretty hot as well. >> julie: we hit near-record heat today. >> lisa: we felt it. chief meteorologist tom sorrells is product the weather this afternoon. tying the record. it's hot. 88 did it in sanford.
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87 in melbourne. right now, temperature reading, down to 87 in daytona beach. in orlando, we're at 85. we've already started the slow decline to cooler temperatures. most of the stray showers on radar have not amounted to a whole heck of a lot of . i'll zoom into the st. cloud area along 192. for the most part, most of us have dodged the showers. if you're watching from southern brevard, you didn't do much dodging. you got tapped by a couple of these. melbourne outside of palm bay got tapped. later we're going into the evening and the rain is knocking off. evening forecast for you, clearing up for the most part. mostly dry. temperatures falling through the 80's as we work our way towards the overnight lows. i'll be back in a minute to pinpoint the overnight lows and talk about tomorrow and look ahead to later in the workweek. not only do we have the heat but a return to showers as well.
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the fight against heroin continues in central florida. the heroin task force presented their final recommendations. the county still has to find a way to fund the plan. orlando police chief john mina says since august there have been almost 400 heroin related arrests. now officials want an increased bond amount for heroin dealers. >> the front end is helping our citizens know heroin is very dangerous. don't go there. we need to spend the money on the front end. >> lisa: county leaders are planning to form a smaller committee that will try to find funding in order to implement all the recommendations. >> ginger: in volusia county, school officials are voting tomorrow on a change to a controversial policy. >> lisa: it affects student athletes and whether their
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playing. >> julie: any student failing a core class will be prohibited from playing one sport during school period. they'll vote tomorrow on whether to relax the eligibility requirements. under the change, they'll be able to fail a class unless they can continue to uphold a 2.0 gpa. >> our family policy is school first, sports after. don't pass, don't play, it's that simple. [reading postings] >> julie: a lot of really good points there. because it is something that kids really value. you want them to be a part of that. on the other hand, if it were my
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to focus on their grades first. >> ginger: you can't reward them for bad behavior either but you don't want to take the thing that motivates them away either. it's a delicate dance they have to do. >> we'd love to hear your opinion. head to 6. >> julie: we sent meteorologist candace campos to the i-drive mcdonald's who will have a live report ahead. >> ginger: also ahead, a rocket on its way to mars. who sent the craft into space and what it is expected to study. plus rowing for your health. it's the latest trend when it comes to exercising. for great for people who need low impact workouts. >> and join us on facebook during the break. just search for lisa bell at bell news.
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>> in today's health watch, there are lots of hot fitness trends out there right now, including bar workout and cross-fit. >> lisa: rowing is being called the next big thing. >> julie: experts say it gives a high cardio and low impact workout. that's why it's the latest craze. the 34-year-old minnesota native says rogue has become an essential part of his workout routine. >> you have spin out there and cardiovascular yoga but the perfect combo of strength and cardio is rowing. >> julie: she sometimes has to turn students away. the intense high cardio workout uses 85% of a person's muscles
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>> it's a total body low workout impact. it's low strain, you're not jumping around and it's not hard on the body. most newcomers have to work on coordination at first. >> there's some power. that was good. >> that was hard. >> julie: for fans like ben hagan, it's the new spinning. >> i like when you're in a classroom setting. >> julie: health experts say cardio and strength training is still one of the best ways to get and stay in shape. >> amazing. >> julie: health experts say a rowing workout also strengthens the upper back, countering all the time spent hunched over the computer screens. >> ginger: if you know people who row, they're in phenomenal shape. they're not ever bulky, just long and lean people.
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during the winter. >> ginger: i haven't seen it done in a classroom setting. >> lisa: i've tried it once and it's a difficult workout. >> ginger: you need to be coordinated. >> lisa: in health news, blueberries are not only a favorite fruit for some people, they may also fight off alzheimer's. the university found patients with mild brain problems who took blueberry powder for four months showed improvement in brain function. other studies have shown the super food can protect against cancer and heart disease. >> ginger: well, while nasa is waiting another two years to blast off to mars, a spacecraft by the european and russian space agencies is now on its way to the red planet. it blasted off this morning in kazakhstan. the mission is to find evidence of methane and other atmosphere gases which means there could be active biological life on mars.
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months to reach the red planet. this is an artist rendering of what a spacecraft will look like. it will study the interior of mars. the robotic lander was supposed to lift off this month but did not because of a leak. may of 2018 is the next available launch window. it's unknown how much the two-year delay will actually cost nasa. >> lisa: chief meteorologist tom sorrells is joining us now. on my way to work this morning, i happened to notice a bunch of a.c. trucks on the road. 89 might be the reason for that. >> tom: that's the deal. if you waited until now to get your a.c. fixed, it's not a good idea. about to show some echoes that are out there. we're tracking rain through osceola and southern brevard counties. sticking around. as we go into the night, most of
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check out the 89-degree temperature there for the daytime high in daytona beach. that was hot enough to tie a record going way, way back there. 84 in ocala was a high. hot enough, not a record. we hit 86 in sanford and 87 from the cape to melbourne. right now, the temperatures are on the way down because we had speckles of rain roll through. daytona beach is only a couple of degrees off their new record-high for today. 85 in leesburg and melbourne and orlando. leesburg is 7 degrees hotter compared to yesterday. daytona beach is 5 degrees hotter. 1 degree warmer in orlando but 5 degrees hotter in sanford than yesterday at the same time. yesterday wasn't a cool day. by any stretch of the imagination. wind speed, here's part of the deal. all of that pushing in from the west, pinning the east coast sea breeze on the east coast. in daytona beach, with wind coming from the west at 21 miles per hour. that's one of the reasons you're able to zoom that temperature
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of 89. satellite and radar together looking for rain and cloud cover and changes in the offing but not much coming our way. so tomorrow, we're going to turn around and have a day a whole lot like this day was. the wind support will still be from the west tomorrow. there will be pockets of activity, maybe a spritz or two. i'm leaving the rain chances out for the most part. they're oversold for the day tomorrow. wednesday, same drill. everything is still nice and warm and everything is still well above normal. overnight lows tonight will be in the 60's. 61 in ocala. 66 in sanford. 68 in cocoa beach and 64 in daytona beach. the official forecast in orlando, partly cloudy, clearing up a bit, but still breezy with winds pushing from the west-southwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. the low will be 66 degrees. here is tomorrow. first thing in the morning tomorrow, about 68. on the cool side for that time of the day compared to where we're going. by noon, we're well into the 80's.
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to 88 degrees again. so we hit about 86 today. 88 tomorrow. then come take a look. things do change. we have some cold fronts coming and some action going on. a lot of folks are interested in the thursday forecast. he should be dancing over here, shouldn't he? he should be dancing here. he's on the wrong day. >> ginger: i don't know. >> julie: he's partying early. >> tom: too early. too late. 87 degrees for wednesday. look at the weekend. i have problems with my forecast for saturday because looking for thunderstorms in the afternoon. daytime high saturday is 81. that's runaway country night. we'll see what we can do about that. as we get closer, we'll break it out hour by hour. we're going to do runaway country rain or shine. it could be an umbrella festival there, too. >> lisa: thank you. >> ginger: well, for 40 years a lot of people visited the large iconic mcdonald's off sand lake
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>> lisa: last summer it closed so it could get a major facelift. >> julie: today is the big day, the opening of the i-drive mcdonald's. that's where we sent meteorologist candace campos. what's different out there? >> reporter: i think i've become the news 6 burger correspondent, from wahlbergers and now to the world's largest entertainment mcdonald's. the most we walked in here a few hours ago, there's so much to see, smell, taste. i have to say i'm loving it. i have to go with that pun. look at the video we shot earlier today. it is gorgeous. this is the big mcdonald's you're used to seeing, the big french fry. not anymore. now you have the big lightup ronald mcdonald off sand laying and i-drive. it is gorgeous. the decor is beautiful. even one of the flashbacks into the 70's to when the building was first built, that's been gorgeous from the lighting to the tables and then, of course,
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2000-square-foot arcade that any child, whatever age, child or adult, could really enjoy the arcade and then you've got the kitchen. that's the big story here, the kitchen. not only can you now order your normal options, you can also create your taste. that means wood-oven pizzas, burgers and desserts. you name it, you could create it, make it all your own. that's exactly what we did. there are the kiosks where you can order anything you want and it turns into this. this is a pizza we made a few minutes ago. we did tomatoes and green and, of course, we have to do the french fries, of course. but i figure, hey, it's pie day. might as well have a piece of pie. 3-14. >> reporter: if there is any food left, i'll make sure to bring it to you.
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no way. >> julie: i've yet to see anything walk back in with her. we'll be fighting over one lone french fry. >> ginger: that's pretty cruel, candace. pretty cool. i've not been to that mcdonald's. i've only been here a year and a half or so, but now that it's like that, i think they have a new customer. well, it is march 14th. that means, as candace just said, it is national pie day. >> lisa: it's not the kind of pie, even pizza pie you may be thinking of. >> julie: math lovers and stores around the country are getting in on the fun. >> ginger: plus a piece of harry potter history.
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>> ginger: getting some solid shut-eye may help teens more with grades than actually staying up late and studying. >> lisa: what else health experts are saying about teens and sleep. >> julie: and grief counselors are on hand at a local school
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this is a letter from someone who's here. she has to take a brand name drug. been taking it since the early 1980's. at that time it cost approximately $180 for 10 shots. the latest refill was $14.700 for the same 10 vials and the company is called valeant pharmaceuticals. i'm going after them. this is predatory pricing and
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it is stopped. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> ginger: a community mourning head. tonight the search for his killer continues. >> julie: and he's already made a name for himself in the daytona beach community. now police chief mike chitwood wants to be sheriff.
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4:00, i'm lisa bell. >> ginger: i'm ginger gadsden. >> julie: i'm julie broughton. also ahead, they come in different shaips pes, sizes and colors. we'll look at which stroller is the best buy and they're not all created equal. >> ginger: i see $800 on that and they're even higher than that. >> lisa: you can spend weeks or months stressing over which stroller to get. >> ginger: we'll talk about that in a moment. but first, another hat thrown into the ring. daytona beach police chief mike chitwood announced he's running for the volusia county sheriff. he's the eighth person to announce he wants the job. loren korn is looking at the race now that chitwood has decided to join. >> reporter: after being with the police department for 10 years, chief mike chitwood said it's time to shake things up in volusia county and he says he's the man to do it. cheers from supporters. >> he's a people person. he listens to you.
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>> i recognize what he has done here is necessary to be replicated throughout the country. >> reporter: as mike chitwood announced on monday he's going to run for volusia county sheriff. >> you'll get a sheriff who is accessible, transparent and hard-working. people were coming up shaking my hands, chief, you're making a mistake, you got to run, reconsider, reconsider, reconsider. >> reporter: he said he had no choice. he outlined his vision if elected which included more technology. >> we need things to help deputies do their jobs, keep them safe and apprehend the bad guy. >> reporter: also providing more opportunities and college education for the staff at the sheriff's office. the chief is the latest to add his name to the list, a total of
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the job. chief deputy eric dietrich is also a major player. sheriff ben johnson endorsing retirement. >> he's working on several things as we speak, body cameras to crime statistics countywide and what sort of interaction occurs between the cities and the county. >> reporter: a race that many say has now picked up even more steam. in daytona beach, loren korn, news 6. >> ginger: another candidate for sheriff just sent us a statement race. dave brannon said i'm running for the office of sheriff because i'm passionate about serving the citizens of volusia jail. when i entered the race, i did not know who else may run. it does not matter then and it does not matter now. three separate shootings
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county, including a 15-year-old boy. >> lisa: mark lehman was at the boy's school where students are returning for the first time without their classmate. >> reporter: the school district says grief counselors are on hand today at ocoee middle school for students coping with the loss of their classmate. detectives and family members are still searching for answers. >> being a child that passes away just like that, it's sickening. it's a life. >> reporter: he said it was difficult for their son to return to school this morning. the 8th grader was friends with 15-year-old antoine davis who was gunned down saturday night. >> it can cause a lot of people go through depression and make a lot of students scared. >> reporter: deputies say it's unknown who shot davis in the head. but he was involved in other disputes with teens in the area. the teen's family issued a plea for the shooter to come forward. >> you took him from us.
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you had no business taking him from us. >> it's very alerting to us parents. >> reporter: for parents of davis' classmates, the loss is difficult and the violence is senseless. they're calling on the community for support and for answers to the crime. >> everybody has to come together. it has to be all together as a community. >> reporter: in ocoee, mark lehman, news 6. >> ginger: we hit near-record heat today with temperatures in the upper 80's. we broke some records in some places. it's not cooling off anytime soon. >> julie: chief meteorologist tom sorrells is pinpointing all that heat for us this afternoon. >> tom: the heat is kind of crazy and continuing through the day tomorrow. looking at the radar, picking up some rain south of kissimmee, south of st. cloud and around the holopaw area, harmony and holopaw right there. ranging at the intersection of
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that's about it. there's a few speckles around volusia county, but not very big. we hit 89 for the high in daytona beach and tied the record there. officially we made it to 86 in orlando. we're on the way down now. we'll fall from 85 to 80 by 6 p.m. into the 7:00 hour, about 79 degrees. i'll be back to pinpoint overnight lows tonight and talk about how hot it's going to be again tomorrow. then we'll check out the st. patrick's day forecast. see you in a minute. >> julie: thank you, tom. see you if a few minutes. warmer weather means more mosquitos. the number of zika cases in florida is now up by 1. there are 60 confirmed cases of zika. the new case is in miami-dade county. there are nine central florida cases. all of the cases are travel-related except for one confirmed case of sexually transmitted zika.
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shooting left four kids and two grown-ups hurts but deputies say they're all going to be okay. the marion county sheriff's office says the 21-year-old zachary cox was loading his double barrel antique shotgun at an ocala shooting range when it went off. it happened on saturday. the pellets ricocheted off a concrete slab on the ground and hit six people. they were all taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. deputies did not charge him but they're still investigating the case they say. >> lisa: embry-riddle plans to hold a memorial service for a police officer shot and killed on her first day. the service will be held on march 22nd. she was killed while responding to a domestic violence call. two other officers were shot but they survived.
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degree in aeronautics. her funeral was held at the beginning of the month. an army staff sergeant assigned to the pentagon was arrested on murder and other charges in the death of the woman and another person. >> julie: more than 32 people are hurt after an amtrak train derailed. life-threatening. a government official says an engineer noticed a large bend in brake right before the derailment. it happened around midnight. four cars overturned. 128 passengers were on board at the time. amtrak says most of the injured have been treated and released. the investigation is ongoing. >> ginger: well, chocolate lovers, rejoice. a restaurant centered around the heaven heavenly delight is coming to the universal citywalk. it's inspired by the 19th century and of course chocolate.
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smokestack, funky gadgets and staff will be wearing what's known as steam punk fashion. i had to look that up. the menu will feature a twist on steak, seafood and pasta, as well as burgers and salads. you'll even be able to watch chocolate creations being made. >> lisa: so what is steam punk fashion? >> ginger: for the guys, imagine a guy in a top hat, like, hey, lady, what do you think? the women are all very corseted. >> lisa: it's like the 19th century. >> ginger: it really is. >> lisa: i wonder if the steam stacks will be wafting chocolate flavor. >> ginger: exactly. we'd never leave. getting sleep could be more important than cramming for a
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>> lisa: how much sleep doctors say teenagers need and if they don't get it, what health risk could increase. >> julie: and consumer reports takes a look at the latest strollers.
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>> julie: consumer reports just tested 19 of the latest strollers and tells us which are worth your money. this may look like a luxury vehicle, and it is, for a baby.
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these new strollers are sure to stand out with high end finishes like gleaming metal, leather and designer fabrics. they have a price tag to match. lucky for us, consumer reports explains that style isn't everything. >> you can find a good stroller and a good-looking stroller at almost every price point. >> julie: consumer reports tests all strollers for safety, use. they find strollers that transition as your baby grows is a better value. like this one. it accommodates a toddler up to 50 pounds. >> it has a one hand fold which is super easy and it self-stands and it's not going to tip over. >> julie: it's a consumer reports best buy at $230. if your child is a little older,
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stroller. >> this is lightweight and nimble with a large canopy for the umbrella. it's going to keep the sun and wind out of your child's face and they can get a nap in. >> julie: folding is simple and you can carry it in just one hand. a best buy price at $140. and check this out that lights the extended canopy but has the same features as the three desire at $80. no matter which stroller you use, the child should be fully buckled into the harness at all times. >> lisa: i love that one of the less expensive strollers was a top pick. >> julie: i hated my stroller. it would not fit a venti coffee. >> ginger: it's very important. >> julie: you'll want to check that, too. >> lisa: good to know. stamford university is teaching
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quote, "sleep ambassadors." news 6 anchor matt austin joins us now with more on this course. >> matt: i have no room to talk. high school students are getting a crash course in why sleep is really the most important part of their day. the course is to help spread the words on risks that come with not getting enough shut-eye. teens need 8 to 10 hours of sleep each night, according to the national sleep foundation. 87% of high school students don't get it. it impairs their judgments and concentration. that explains a few things, right? it can cause anxiety, depression, even thoughts of suicide. the american academy of pediatrics calls the problem of tired teens an epidemic. >> we had told you teenagers are not getting enough food, we'd have telethons and national news and in the presidential campaign.
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kids become teens, their biological clock shifts to a later time, which means they're inclined to fall asleep two hours later than they're used to. in the end, they say it's better to sleep more instead of staying up late to study and really they kind of point out the problem but there's no way to fix it because you can't tell a teenager when to go to bed. >> lisa: but there is some way that some people suggested like starting high school later. >> ginger: that's a whole transportation issue. >> matt: that's a whole different can of worms right there. it is true. >> lisa: and we've heard from doctors before saying teenagers especially need more sleep. >> ginger: we've got to make sure lisa bell is in office. >> lisa: nobody likes to be around me when i'm tired. >> ginger: thank you, matt. we're getting a first look at
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two super computers, part of the nearly $45 million project to boost the country's forecasting capabilities. how they work, trillions of observations are gathered from weather balloons, satellites and buoys, among other things. the super computers run model based on the data to predict the weather. they decided upgrades were needed following superstorm sandy in 2012. >> sandy was a turning point in the enterprise. it brought super computing to the centers. >> ginger: the agency believes the new system will also help forecasters get a better handle on short-term daily predictions, not just big weather events. i would imagine that anything
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you forecast -- >> tom: is welcome. come to papa. i want that information. i'm talking about the rain for saturday. i'd like to know if they really think it's going to get here by 2:00. >> ginger: we all would. >> tom: i'd like to have a handle on that tuesday into wednesday. i want to start out this very hot forecast with the weather story with a couple of photos from titusville. fair weather cloud cover. that's what we had today. watch this one. >> ginger: oh, my goodness. >> tom: don't you love it? >> lisa: you're making us jealous. >> tom: i didn't spend the day at the beach either. they titled this fun, and red in your app store. seeing in central florida. radar this evening, we're tracking a few showers. this one flared up nicely
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and 192 on its way to the east there. it's already made its way past holopaw, north of deer park. maybe a few hailstones in there, too. farther across the interior, it's as dry as it can be from orlando north dry, orlando back to the west, still dry. there was a shimmy around eustis where we had a spritz of rain. it's 87 degrees in daytona beach. winds are wicked, pushing from the west-southwest at 21 miles per hour which allowed daytona beach to get really hot today. we were at 85 in melbourne. ocala, 82 degrees. at news time, we've dropped off from 89 to 87 in daytona beach. the 87 in daytona beach was preceded by a high of 89 which was hot enough to tie the record for this date. satellite and radar together we don't have a lot of relief coming in. we'll be sitting here with winds coming from the west-southwest tonight.
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warm rapidly. that will be the case going through the next 24 to 48 hours. look at the water vapor. anytime you see black and orange on the water vapor shot, it means all the dry air is moving in. 30,000 feet gobbled up the cloud cover and brought the sunshine back in to us today. with that much dry air in place, it's going to be hard to squeeze out a shower. futurecast looks like it's trying to think it's going to rain a little bit in the next 24 hours. you just saw the dry air. it's going to be really hard to throw any showers in there. you have to hold off until thursday to get our rain chances back. overnight lows are in the 60's. 66 in leesburg. 68 in cocoa beach. the low tonight in orlando will be 66. here's tomorrow. first thing tomorrow morning, we're at 68. by noon, 79 to 82. 88 for your daytime high. wednesday, 87. last time i was on 20 minutes ago, i was all freaked out trying to count my days.
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are you with me? >> lisa: the 17th. >> tom: i freaked them out, too. we thought the leprechaun was dancing on the wrong day. >> ginger: it's the spring forward that's messed us all up. >> tom: see you in a few. >> ginger: thank you, tom. still ahead on news 6 at 4:00, a hiker makes a surprising discovery. >> lisa: what she found that dates all the way back to the roman empire. then at 5:00, a local beach, trashed during a weekend party. how this happened and why a group of teens helped clean up the mess. >> julie: rumors swirling about
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>> ginger: it says a lot about who he is because people actually missed seeing him. some people could go away forever and no one would care or remember. >> lisa: the one place i saw him was at l.a.x. airport. >> julie: and i met him in louisville. we all have a story. a hiker makes an incredible find in israel. >> lisa: the woman discovers a 2,000-year-old gold coin and
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in the world. >> ginger: the coin is from the year 107. it has an image of augustus, one of the first roman empire rulers. the woman who found the coin will get a certification of appreciation for the donation. that's worth a lot of coin behind that coin. >> lisa: it's awfully kind of her to donate that. to me. >> ginger: there's only one other in the world. it's rare. >> matt: you're more likely to win the powerball. >> ginger: matt austin is here with what's coming up at 5:00. >> matt: coming up we'll show
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but find it harder and harder to get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hours for lower wages, almost all new income goes to the top 1%. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultrarich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message because together, we can make a political revolution and create an economy and democracy that works for all and not just the powerful few.
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she has to take a brand name drug. been taking it since the early 1980's. at that time it cost approximately $180 for 10 shots. the latest refill was $14.700 for the same 10 vials and the company is called valeant pharmaceuticals. i'm going after them. this is predatory pricing and we're going to make sure it is stopped. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. provided by u.s. captioning company.] >> matt: now at 5:00, the final push for votes in florida. presidential candidates are combing the state right now, the campaign stops come just hours before voters head to the polls. results. i'm matt austin.


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