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>> this campaign goes national. >> hillary clinton riding high after her victory in south carolina, but does this forward? explain. >> making changes to their ticket prices, just how much more you will be paying for peak park time. >> it is chilly out there. don't be shocked if a snowflake appeals on the appears on the windshield. >> if you have a chitty chitty bang bang you could find some snowflakes, no, not that cold. we're a couple of degrees warmer than we were yesterday at this time. 49 in melbourne. 38 at the swamp in gainesville.
morning that we'll have probably, maybe until -- well, maybe next weekend. we'll show you the 7-day in a few minutes. >> high pressure in control. no rain outside today and it will be mostly sunny. plentiful sunshine for the next seven days. gorgeous today and we'll have the full 7-day forecast coming up. aun andrea. >> fox 35's jackie orozco joining us live with more on this investigation. so many questions with regard to this kidnapping, what can you tell us? >> reporter: good morning, andrea. detectives are saying she was found abandoned and taken here to arnold palmer and she was
precaution, we're working to see when she'll be reunited with her mom. let's take a look at a picture of baby camp. on the left is two-month-old taraji camp and stephanie augustine, they are calling her a person of interest, but no charges have been filed. the baby was kidnapped in fort lauderdale, somehow baby taraji ended up orange county. they were asleep at a home when intruders invade and kidnapped the baby. at least one of the intruders have a gun. let's hear how quickly the broward county sheriff's office reacted. >> the parents reported that an armed recruiter came and took
we immediately set up a perimeter. we got canine out here. canine was not able to get any results. after that was issued in more than 1700 miles 700 miles and two hours from her home. report live here outside arnold palmer hospital, jackie orozco, news. >> new this morning, police are investigating after a man was found shot to death in an altamonte springs parking lot. they found the man on coral glenn loop. officers say they don't have much to go on right now, but they are calling it a homicide
information to give them a call. >> sheriff wayne ivy says 51-year-old of malabar was arrested while trying to cross the border to mexico. white is being held on a $75,000 bond. the sheriff's office is concerned that there may be other victims who have yet to beoid. >> the marion county sheriff's office searching for a missing man with health problems. they say 57-year-old charles edward teague was last seen left leaving his home. he has several medical issues and they are concerned for his well-being. >> space x will try and launch its falcon 9 rocket today. the rocket is sending a communications satellite into orbit. they are also going to try
floating barge out in the atlantic. the window opens right around 6:46 and extends to 8:20. space x says they have got another window tomorrow in case they have to scrub tonight's launch, stay with fox 35 news, and fox35orlando.com for continuing coverage. >> time to talk politics now, you decide 2016. hillary clinton is celebrating a major victory in the south carolina democratic primary, she got 73.5% of the vote. bernie sanders got 26% of the vote. now looking to harness that momentum. >> we've now gone through four early stages and i want to congratulate senator sanders on running a great race and national. >> bernie sanders didn't hold
instead he focused on key states ahead of super tuesday. >> if all of you come out to vote and you bring your friends and your neighbors and your co-worker, we're going to win here in texas. >> on the republican side, jabs are turning downright nasty as donald trump holds a solid lead. listen to what marco rubio had to say about trump's appearance. >> this is a guy who can afford a better spray tan, he's a very litigious guy, he needs to sue whoever did that to his face. >> i actually thought that ted cruz is a liar, but rubio is worse. thank god he has really large ears, the biggest ears i've ever seen, because they were
i've never seen any human being sweat like this guy. >> meanwhile, ted cruz and john kasich are taking a very different approach. >> i don't think it is a good thing to see presidential candidates just behaving like school children bickering. >> when did we get to the point in this country where we can call these kinds of names and have people actually represent themselves as leaders in this country to these young people. how do you feel about this? enough of this trash. >> this all comes as we edge closer to super tuesday. 595 delegates. 25% of the total is up for grabs on the republican side. >> talking more about super tuesday. how are you? >> good. >> yourself. >> good. will this help hillary clinton and going into super tuesday, does that keep her momentum
i think it will propel her into super tuesday. things look very friendly for her. voters that recognize her. you're going to see her really have the opportunity to take a strong grip of command on this democratic primary. >> was it a pretty much a lost cause for him? >> i think he knew that going in. a lot of these candidates when they realize they are not doing well. they bail early. they go to other states where the fight is better. he obviously likes his chances in texas and other placesic won't minnesota, he's going to have to sort of pick and choose. the kind of fight he can fight in certain states are very limited. we'll have to see what he can do. >> we have to turn our attention to the republican side. marco rubio seems to be going negative, it surprises me, is this too late on his part? >> i don't think it is too late. but it is something that
we were looking for somebody to go toe-to-toe the last couple of months. a lot of people thought it was going to be jeb. jeb didn't rise to the occasion or should i say fall to the occasion. rubio has positioned himself as the anti-trump candidate. i think this is the direction the race will be for some time. it is the only thing that seems trump. >> they both seem to be feeding into the idea -- we're you can taking about spray tans and large ears. it is like a trainwreck you cannot stop watching. >> these personal insults. we have hit rock bottom, some of this stuff, ears, spray tans and personal appearances. it is where america is right now.
>> i think you'll continue to see these personal attacks, it used to be about issues and decision-making, now it is about your ears and your hair. >> well, let's get your predictions for super tuesday, what do you think is going to happen? >> i think bernie might steal three or four states here and there. i think it will be hillary's night really. another important day will be march 15th, right here in florida. florida will be voting as well as owe hio. >> assuming donald trump becomes the nominee, who do you think he will pick as a running mate. >> i would have said marco rubio. people thought marco rubio was the first few weeks of his campaign.
somebody that suits the ticket nicely. >> thank you so much. we always appreciate your insight. fox 35 and fox35orlando.com is your source for super tuesday election coverage. tuesday night we'll have election results and analysis that you will not get anywhere else. >> we're learning more on a rookie cop, more on her ties to central florida.
headed out to church. new this morning, we're learning a rookie cop who was shot and killed in virginia has a connection to daytona beach. she graduated with a bachelors degree in aeronautics. she was shot and killed during a confrontation stemming from a call. >> an angry mob turns on police in salt lake city after a teen was shot. police were responding to a call involving a fight and a 16-year-old with a brook mstick. they repeatedly told him to drop the stick and that's when they opened fire. >> our officers were responding to a situation down in front of the shelter here.
were shots fired. assistance. several people were agitated in the crowd. our officers started arriving on scene and encountered a lot of hostile people, upset about what had taken place. we began clearing the area, so that we could preserve this. >> the investigation into the shooting is currently underway. at this hour, we're getting look at a new video at a ku klux klan rally in southern california. three people were stabbed at the rally. one of them critically. the initial fight reportedly sparked several other fights. all of the victims stabbed were
a carnival cruz ended up rescuing 16 migrants in the gulf of mexico. it received a lot of attention when former pittsburgh steeler player james harrison posted this picture on instagram. in another post he called the whole rescue wild. the migrants would be turned over to mexican immigration at the ship's next stop in cozumel. none of the people appeared to be in need of any sort of medical attention. >> brooks: if you enjoyed yesterday's weather. today we'll keep the same weather, just not the temperatures. heading north and west through northern volusia into flagler and marion an alachua counties. it is a school start by central
wait until you see the forecast. sunny skies dominate. not just today but through the week. plentiful sunshine. moist your on the low levels increase. that will give us patchy low fog beginning tonight. very low rain chances as temperatures warm up. outside right now, look at that blue sky, gorgeous conditions from our amway camera. 49 degrees, calm winds still turn more east as we go through the day. they will bring in some moisture and increase the moisture in the low levels. in the i-4 corridor everybody right in the upper 40s to 50. 41 in deland. 38 in gainesville. by the 9:00 hour, i think everybody will be much warmer, wait until you see the forecast high. high pressure in control right now. temperatures in the deep southeast cool with clear skies, that warmth back to the west will continue to come in our direction, here we go with the forecast. high pressure moves off the
flow set up shop, folks, a magnificent run of days continues. the last three days highs in the 60s. plentiful sunshine, very nice outside. overnight tonight, about 10 degrees warmer than last night. 55 degrees the overnight low. we see the patchy fog tonight. 79 tomorrow, and as we go true the work and school week, enter the month of march, high temperatures hover near 80 degrees all the way through friday. >> here is snap the sun. who do we have this morning? >> wow. >> what a gorgeous picture, what do you think? >> that's a post card. >> andrea: use your house to put
downtown orlando sentinel cam. 49 chilly degrees. you'll need the heater in the car this morning if you're heading out for church or breakfast with friends. it will warm up. your home is your castle and a great resource for tax deductions. certified financial planner joe bert joining us now. first off, can everybody take these tax breaks? >> only if you itemize your deductions. if you're single more than $6,300 of itemized deductions, or if you're married 12,600. then you can take these tax deductions for your home, they can be substantial. >> first, mortgage interest. >> mortgage interest, this is what the bank is going to send
whatever the interest is you pay. some people say my mortgage payment is deductible. it isn't, just your interest. >> a big difference between the payment and the interest. >> the payment many time includes insurance and taxes. >> points? >> points is what you use to pay down the mortgage interest rate. now, if you pay the points yourself, you write the check, you can get the deduction, however if you wrap it into the loan, you won't get the deduction. >> big difference there, too. >> property taxes. >> property taxes of course are deductible. you have to be able to itemize your deductions. >> what about mortgage interest credit? >> if you have a qualified low income loan. a credit is better than a tax deduction. a credit reduces your taxes dollar for dollar. if you owe 2,000 in taxes and $3,000 taxes boom it is gone.
you qualify. >> what about home equity loans? >> the amount of interest that you pay on that. you can get up to a million dollars for interest deductions. some people don't even know if you have a boat and it has a toilet and a kitchen in it, it is your second home. you can deduct the interest that you pay on the vote. >> what about an rv? >> what about forgiven mortgage debt? >> it is taxable income to you. many people are surprised, i got out from the mortgage, it is gone. bingo, you get a 1099, you have to pay taxes on what was forgiven. >> anything else when it comes to filing taxes and taking deductions for your home. >> once you miss the opportunity and file an amended return, you're not going to do it.
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we'll check in with brooks tomlin in just a moment so you can get your complete forecast coming up. good morning. i'm andrea jackson. thank you for waking up with us this morning. here are the top stories we're working on for you this morning. >> we start with jackie orozco. >> nearly 17 hours later and 200 miles from home. a little baby was discovered here in orange county. she's now recovering at the hospital. i'll explain how she got here and how there's a person of interest in this kidnapping case. >> the numbers are in from this year's python hunt. >> and disney changing the way you pay for the parks. just how much more you're going to have to pay to play during peak season. well, let's talk about wearing jackets and turning on the heater this morning or maybe firing up the duraflame. >> i liked your idea yesterday. parking the car in the sunshine and just that little simple
>> delicious. >> of hopping in the car in the night warm sunshine. now, if you're a nasa fan, you're thinking last year in atlanta that race was hoshlg rrible, gray, and drizzly, today the race a-ok, sunny skies in atlanta and sunny skies here. even some 30s to the north and the west. i want to show you the satellite, folks. high pressure in control. that gives us fair weather. no clouds for the most part. a few mid and high level ones. we'll see ample sunshine as we go through the day. high temperatures in the mid 70s. if you're in the sunshine it will feel like you're in the 80s.
warmer conditions in the 7-day. >> time now 8:32. a baby girl kidnapped in south florida waking up safe and sound in orange county this morning. two-month-old taraji kemp is at arnold palmer for children. jackie orozco, jackie, good morning to you. what's the very latest? >> reporter: the baby is expected to be okay. she did not have any visible injuries on the outside, of course, we're staying close to detectives to get more information. she was kept here at arnold palmer hospital over night as a precaution. let's take a look at some pictures of that baby. sheriff deputies are calling her a person of interest.
a statewide amber alert was issued yesterday morning. cops caught up with a person of interest in fort pierce. according to investigators, taraji and her mother were asleep at a fort lauderdale home at 11:00 p.m. friday night. they say intruders came and kidnapped the baby, one of the intruders had a gun. after that amber alert and 17 hours later, thankfully that baby was found safely here in orange county in an apartment. we're working on trying to figure out when babe yes taraji y will be reunited with her mother. >> andrea: the search is on for a man who robbed a mcdonald's. just before 1:00 yesterday. the suspect described as a white male wearing a gray hoodie and
he implied he had an weapon and demanded cash. if you have any information, you are asked to call the winter park police department. three, 12-year-old girls from deltona middle school accused of spiking a teacher's soda are locked up. deputies say the suspected ring leader was seeking revenge after the teacher sent her to the principal's office for dumping glue in another's backpack. two put pepper in the soda. the teacher got sick from breathe. >> searchers found the body of william roble yesterday morning. the dive team recovered the body roble.
his family and the park is now back open. facing charges after a suspicious package forced a movie theater and two restaurants to be evacuated. the package was found on friday. the bomb squad determined the items in the bag were not hazardous, however the investigation is ongoing. four employees are recovering after a car caught fire at a dealership. they were using an electric pump to transfer gas from one tank to another when the fire sparked. the final numbers for the 2016 python challenge are in and the results, i got to tell you, are a bit shocking. over 1,000 people from 29 different states participated in
106 pythons were captured and the longest snake over 15 feet long. so far, they have found a baby deer, and a wood stork and a bird in the stomachs. they will be made into various items. i'll leave that up to your imagination. >> more leg room on airplanes could become a mandatory rule. senator charles schumer wants the government to set seat size rules for airlines. he says the distance in rows has shrunk almost 20 inches over the past few ot announced what he would like the new seat size to be. >> disney rolling a new seasonal pricing on one day tickets. disney spokesperson tells fox 35 the new pricing structure starts
they are creating a fixed calendar set eight to eleven months ahead of time. which days are considered regular, value or peak. the peak days are when you'll have to pay more to play. >> it includes late august and almost all of september. 105 bucks at the magic kingdom. regular days make up most of the year on those. peak days start march 11th. most of july, thanksgiving week, and christmas week. a one-day ticket is going to set you back $124. disney world's three other parks will cost $114 on those days. the new structure will not cover multi-day tickets. four-day tickets $325.
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lin in l tomlin. there are more people registering to vote here in the sunshine state. there are 12.06 million people eligible to vote. i'm not sure what the .06. there were less than 11 million people. more than 82,000 people have registered as republicans since the beginning of this year. the primary is being held on march 15th. a huge impact on one little boy this week. >> are you feeling better? >> yeah. >> i got to tell you, you had the whole entire counties worried about you. >> eight-year-old left with bruises and no bike.
>> the titusville police department saw this as an opportunity to make a big difference through this boy's life. he has already been through so much, so they thought the bike was a good gesture. >> so thrilled that he was okay and it was really awesome to see him riding that bicycle. our main focus is to make sure he's okay and the family is starting to heal and get back into normal. >> that8 bicycle and helmet were donated by the titusville athletic league. the police department is now saying that the sky is the limit for dijohn and his family. >> speaking of the sky, very blue out there, but very chilly. >> it is 8:44. in about ten minutes, we'll have the 9:00 update. it is going to be have, very nice. temperatures right near 50 degrees in the i-4 corridor. a little bit cooler to the north and the west. you see all of the sun outside. just a few mid to high level clouds. it is going to be a spectacular
your weather headlines, as we go through this brand-new week, the last week of february, the first week of march, we get the bonus day tomorrow. sunny skies dominate. put the umbrella away. maybe wednesday a couple of sprinkles, that's the best we can do with very low rain chances. patchy dense fog returning. it looks night. 49 degrees officially once again. providing some really good glimpses. a little cooler north and west. once again, we're going to warm up nicely. a couple of reasons why. number one, high pressure in control. the warmth is back towards texas, louisiana and even oklahoma.
it begins today. it begins today. here is the satellite perspective. plentiful sunshine. a few mid to high level clouds streaming off the gulf of mexico. no rain in them. here is the forecast. this afternoon, winds off the atlantic, we warm up into the 70s. look what happens tomorrow. more southerly winds. tuesday, another very warm day. on wednesday this little weakening front slides on through, brings us a couple of clouds, a couple of sprinkles, nothing to worry about. all right. so here is the forecast. high temperature for this beautiful sunday, 75 degrees. warmer than we have been the last three days. overnight tonight, clear, patchy fog. 75 today. 79 tomorrow. as a matter of fact, high temperatures monday through
low 80s and a slight chance of a sprinkle wednesday, friday and saturday. weather baby time. jasmine and jonathan. jasmine is a proud big sister. she's taking care of jonathan the way that all big sisters take care of their little brothers. good job, jasmine and jonathan. if you want your child on weather baby logon to our website and follow the links. we're joined most weekend by you, every now and then we miss one or i miss one. nate the garden guru is in this morning. we're talking about leaves. >> anybody have a problems with leaves out there. >> this is the peak time of year. >> they book a mess. >> there's things that you can do with the leafs.
neighbor that gets them all of the time. >> we were talking about a lady who has problem with the leafs. why not use the leafs as a mulch. it is right there. >> they tend to stick around. they don't degrade quickly. >> what do we do? >> you can use like a compost. rake it all up. when you rake it all up and you get it all cleaned up, you put them into your flowerbeds or in the back corner of your yard. you can use them as a compost. right here, this is broken down leafs. this is compost that i got here. this is store-bought compost. what's the difference? this was $10 and this was free. >> absolutely. >> it is right there for you.
you put them in your flower beds, if it is too much, that's when you do your composting. >> there's ways of doing it to make it easy for yourself. we have the old-fashioned raking method. it is a real easy good method to do. this is actually a toro blower, which a blower and a vacuum together. this will success them up. success up all of the leaves, blow them into this bag over here. grind it and crush it. >> the other one is being a landscaper, we use it as a blower, you can rake them up and blow them down into one big pile that way. the other easiest way to do it. if you are not bagging your grass, or bagging your leafs, you can use it as a vacuum. a high setting. >> exact i will
it chops up the leafs and makes it easier to compost. about how long are we looking at for the leafs? it is nature's product absolutely. they don't degrade quick enough. >> you got a couple of months to a year. it does take a little while. this is a product also here. it is a compost maker. you mix this into the soil, the compost, you add water to it. >> that's the key thing. >> and then with the heat, summer heat, you get it herement of so with the summer heat and with some compost maker, it breaks it down a lots faster. if we start this project now and do it. have a compost pile. come ought
stuck holding a_\\^\\\\\\^\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\^\\\\\\\\\\\\\ >> welcome back to "good day orlando." the 8th annual food and wine festival. featuring dishes from 30 restaurants. so far, everyone seems to be loving it. >>\ good weather, good food, taking advantage of downtown orlando. >> today is the last day to take part. admission is $20 per person. and food and drinks are extra, so don't forget the crash. we're just hours away from the 88th academy awards. crews working hard yesterday to put the finishing touches on everything. >> the oscar predictions after
zzies for honoring the worst movies. the two tied for the worst picture of the year. fantastic 4 took home three wards but 50 shades of gray worst actor and worst actress. the star is playing dakota's boss in the sequel. it is set to be released on in february. >> it will be filtered drama, accolades and celebration. we don't expect chris rock to beat around the bush when it comes to the issue that everyone is talking about, diversity.
season. >> best actors are predicted to larson. vikander expected to take the gold. some honors spoke about the importance of being nominated and saying that it helps them get noticed. >> i think it is important to celebrate these films, to give them prominence, to give them attention, because so many people have great stories out, and not all of them have a superhero in them. >> there's some special gratification knowing that a big body recognizes a little film in some way, so yeah. >> it is a win-win all the way around. it is nice to see there's crossover between the independent spirit awards and
gorgeous out >> this is "good day orlando." a very good sunday morning to >> i'm andrea jackson. it is sunday, february 28th. we start with fox 35's jackie orozco. >> an arrest has been made in the kidnapping of a south florida baby girl. much more coming up in a live report. >> it campaign goes national a. >> hillary clinton riding high after her victory in south carolina and the republican candidate turning very negative, what you can expect as we move closer to super tuesday. >> disney making changes to their ticket prices, just how
peak park time. >> it is heaven when you're standing out in the cold, sunny air in florida and you step into that warm sun-filled car. >> you're absolutely right. the other thing about yesterday, we had a high in the mid to upper 60s yesterday? >> yes i did. >> it felt a lot warmer. we'll bump up the real temperatures temperatures today. already 56 orlando. 57 melbourne. we don't have the north winds today. the winds will be more out of the east. after three consecutive days
we'll make it into the 70s today. if you're in the sunshine, it will feel more like 83, 84 degrees with the winds coming off the east and the southeast. the 7-day forecast is coming up. >> brooks, thank you. a person of interest has just been booked into the jail. taraji temp is at arnold palmer for children. the latest on the investigation. jackie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, andrea. the story continues to unravel. the baby is in good condition. she's still kept here at arnold palmer, like you mentioned, that arrest has been made from that person of interest. let's take a look at her mugshot. broward county sheriff's office telling us that 24-year-old
with aggravated assault without intent to kill and child abuse. baby taraji kemp was kidnapped from a house in fort lauderdale. cops caught up with that person who is now arrested in fort pierce. somehow baby taraji ended up in orange county. taraji and her mother were asleep at a fort lauderdale home. at least one of the intruders had a gun. let's see how quickly broward county deputies reacted. >> we immediately set up a perimeter, and we got k-9 out here. k-9 was not age to get any results. >> again, that arrest has been made in this kidnapping case. 24-year-old stephanie augustine.
that baby girl could be reunited with her mother. jackie orozco, fox 35 news. >> andrea: thank you for that update. police are investigating after a man was found shot to death. officers found the man on coral glenn. police are calling it homicide and asking anyone with information to gv he ive them a call. david wayne white of malabar was arrested try to cross the border to mexico. being held on a 75 thousand dollar bond. there may be other victims who have yet to be identified. the marion county sheriff's office is searching for a missing man with serious health problems.
edward teague was last seen leaving his house from silver springs shore in ocala. if you have any information please call the marion county sheriff's office right away. >> space x will try to launch its rocket today. they are going to try landing the reusable rocket out on a floating barge. opens at 6:46 and extends to 8:20. they have another window tomorrow. stay with fox 35 news and fox35orlando.com for continuing coverage. you decide 2016. hillary clinton is celebrating a major victory in the south carolina democratic primary. 73.5% of the vote and 39 delegates. >> bernie sanders got 26% of the vote and 14 delegates.
to harness the momentum. >> we've now gone through four early stages and i want to congratulate senator sanders on running a great race, and tomorrow this campaign goes national. >> andrea: bernie sanders did not hold any rallies in south carolina. he focused on key states ahead of super tuesday. >> if all of you come out to vote and you bring your friends and your neighbors and your coworkers, we are going to win here in texas. >> on the republican side, jabs are turning downright nasty as donald trump holds a solid lead. listen to what marco rubio had to say about trump's appearance. >> he has a terrible spray tan, this is a guy who can afford to get a better spray tan.
needs to sue whoever did that to his face. >> trump seems to revel in the jabs. >> this guy has a fresh mouth, a very nasty guy. i actually thought ted cruz was a lie ar, but rubio is worse. thank god he has large ears, the biggesters auto i've ever seen, because they were protecting him. i've never seen any human being sweat like this guy. >> john kasich and ben carson are trying to take a different approach. >> i don't think it is a good thing to see presidential candidates behaving like school children bickering. >> when did we get to the point in this country, where we can call these kinds of names and have people actually represent themselves as leaders in this country to these young people. >> enough of this trash.
closer to super tuesday. 595 delegates. fox 35 and fox35orlando.com is your source for super tuesday election coverage. we'll have results and analysis that you will not get anywhere else. we're learning new details about a rookie cop shot and killed in virginia. more her ties to central florida. that's coming up next. >> plus it was a trip like no other.
bands, brew and barbecue event. featuring featuring foreigner today. check it out. she graduated with a bachelors degree in aeronautics on her first shift on saturday when she was shot and killed. the suspect is in custody and is expected to make a court appearance tomorrow. >> an angry mob turns on police. they were responding to a call involving a 16-year-old holding a broomstick. the teen refused to cooperate with police. that's when officers opened fire. on lookers started throwing rocks and yelling obscenities at the officers. >> our officers were responding to a situation down in front of
while they were on seen, there were shots fired. our officers called for more e were agitated in the crowd. our officers started arriving on scene and encountered a lot of hostile people. we began clearing the area so that we could preserve the scene there. >> an investigation into the shooting is currently underway. >> at this hour, we're getting a look at new video from a violent confrontation involving the ku klux klan in southern california. >> three people were stab add at kkk rally. one of them critically. the initial fight reportedly sparked other fights. >> another university under attack by cyber criminals.
berkeley says a hacker broke into the computer system. alumni, current and former employees. even though there's no evidence that any information was stolen. they notified potential victims as a precaution. >> a carnival cruise ended up rescuing 16 migrants. former pittsburgh player james harrison posted these photos. we just stopped for 16 people in the middle of the ocean. in another post, he called the whole rescue wild. they would be turned over to mexican authorities, none of them needed medical attention. >> good morning. now with the sunshine, look at the temperature at the bottom of
in orlando. >> andrea, we've had high temperatures in the 60s. cooler than normal. wouldn't you agree? >> andrea: yes. >> >> brooks: yesterday, you got that taste, didn't you? >> andrea: heavenly. >> brooks: that's what we're going to have today. thanks for joining us this morning. i hope you're having a good sunday morning. the water vapor imagery, it shows the level of moisture in the mid levels of our atmosphere. anytime we have this much orange or red, it is a dry atmosphere for all of the southeast. that means a lack of clouds and a lot of sunshine. these are 9:00 numbers. temperatures in the mid-50s. it wouldn't surprise me if maybe on your home thermometer, you're probably already sitting at 60
sunny skies dominate. very low rain chances. we'll see a return of low level moisture, that gives us a good chance of patchy dense fog. outside right now, it looks very similar to yesterday. the temperature right now 56 degrees in downtown orlando. yesterday we had winds predominantly out of the northwest. right now they are out of the north, a little bit of the northwest. they are going to swing around to the east as we go through the day. that will allow some of the low level moisture to creep up. here are the current temperatures. it is 59 right now in titusville. 54 in leesburg. you see the south warming. big race this atlanta today. it will be here, right here. fox 35 this afternoon. last year, remember that race, cloudy, rainy, cold, today sunny skies. as a matter of fact, sunny skies through much of the southest auto -- southeast.
encompassing the east. temperatures on the order of 20 degrees warmer than yesterday. the only thing that might hinder it, a few high level clouds streaming off the gulf of mexico. enjoy the sunday. ot the door to church, work. look for high temperatures 75 degrees. maybe cooler right in volusia, flagler and brevard counties. out the door tomorrow, 79 degrees for a high on monday. as a matter of fact we stay right near 80 degrees all the way through the work and school week. we'll see plenty of sun this week. look at that, andrea. what do you think? >> andrea: that is absolutely beautiful. >> brooks: once again, all of the colors and the trees. the thing that gets my attention, right there in the center. the stars and stripes. thanks for snapping the sun. >> andrea: beautiful. thank you.
ne >> we love these beautiful shots. in the background there. quite a solid morning out there. it is going to be gorgeous. temperature 56 degrees. warming up quickly. one of those picture perfect winter florida day. >> time now 9:22. rolling out of bed and getting started can be tough. there are a few apps that will help improve your morning routine. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> how are you doing this morning? >> doing well. >> this first one definitely catches my attention.
>> you get to add your items. you'll go into your closet and take pictures, and you can see, you can categorize by top, blazer bottom, dress, shoes, bags, accessories, once you have done that, you can swipe and select what you want to see. so in terms of shirts, so i'm going to wear my star trek shirt. >> jeans. >> there you go. >> you can filter. you can select what you want. i have no dresses in my closet. >> probably by choice, i'm sure. >> once i've selected what i want to see. then i can actually finalize and i get to see what my outfit will be. i can even post it on social media. there's a calendar i can schedule what day i will wear it. >> if you pick out a poor
>> that's right. >> the wanderlust app. >> it is a to do list. it allows you to schedule what you want to do short-term long term. you get to pick categories, in your inbox, tomorrow i want to take my car to the shop. i can select on that, it gives you details. i need to check the noise for my power steering pump, et cetera. or i can go back to my fox 35 segment and i could have notes about that. different types of lists. this is a work list area, so i'm developing online courses, i can see what i have done already. i can add details, then i can categorize these lists anywhere i want. shopping, movies to watch. wish lists, all sorts of
>> i'm kind of old-fashioned, because i want to write things down. >> if you don't carry your tablet around, you can have it on your phone. any type of device where you want to look, you'll always have you. >> as opposed to struggling -- >> exactly. >> what about happier? >> you talk to people from time to time and sometimes they will lament that facebook and other social media can be sometimes a little angry, especially now in political season. happier is a social media app, the people that get on it just post things that brighten their day. i'm on here, i have an account. i have some friends. i can scroll through. essentially positive messages, this is based on research that shows if you surround yourself with positive messages, your day will be much more fulfilling and
ways. you can zero in on your friends. look at the featured list. you can very easily make friends with other people by collecting on them. here, for example, i'm looking at this post here. if i wanted to give my positive feedback instead of a like, i would click on the smile button. i've added my happiness to it. i can see on the post that i have made. how people have responded to my post. my moment made so and so and other people smile. there are even courses on here for positive thinking and all sorts of meditation. it is a very positive social media area. it is not going to bring people down, especially in political season. >> what about the fox 35 weather app? >> the fox 35 weather app. i actually love this app and i use it myself. i travel quite frequently. it is a weather app that will
satellite view, precipitation, road conditions, wherever you are in the in the united states. there are a lot of options on this. there's a little arrow at the top. i brought up a screen where there's several locations. for frm example, we just want to look at washington, d.c. the map is coming up. i can zoom in or out. you can select the types of data that you want to see. there's a layer of pages. it brings up a request. radar precipitation, satellite, cloud imagery, all sorts of things. >> where can people find you?
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>> you're watching "good day orlando" on fox 35. >> a very good sunday morning to you. >> thank you for weakening up with us this morning. here are the top stories, we're working on for you right now. >> we start with fox 35's jackie orozco. >> a south florida baby was found safe and sound here in orange county. now there's been arrests in the kidnapping case. i have the long list of charges that person is facing, coming up. >> the numbers are in from this year's python hunt.
have to pay to play during peak season. >> good morning brooks. we told you this morning. earlier, we had clear skies and low temperatures. >> a spectacular underway. these are 9:00 numbers. temperatures in the mid 50s. all right getting a couple of reports, you at your home saying the thermometer is already 60 degrees. the last three days, we've had high temperatures staying in the 60s. today we get into the 70s. by tomorrow, a lot of folks hitting 80 degrees. high pressure in control. not just here in central florida, but throughout the southeast. a few mid to high level clouds. no rain in those clouds, just debris clouds from the gulf of
75 degrees, that's the high temperature, in orange county, seminole county, osceola county. one or two degrees cooler, with the winds coming off the atlantic ocean. ample sunshine is the big story. the full dez 7-day forecast coming up. >> two-month-old taraji kemp was found in orange county yesterday. this morning she's at arnold palmer for children. >> good morning. she was kept here at the arnold palmer hospital. two-month-old taraji kemp. you see 24-year-old stephanie augustine.
they have charged her several felonies. aggravated child abuse. a statewide amber alert was issued yesterday morning after baby taraji kemp has kidnapped from her home in fort lauderdale. cops caught up with augustine in fort pierce, but somehow she ended up in orange county. >> taraji and her mother when asleep and intruders kid that baby girl. augustine was arrested and held at the broward county jail without bond. we'll stay on top of this developing story and see when that baby girl could be reunited with her mother. jackie orozco, fox 35 news. >> thank you. time now 9:34.
robbed a local mcdonald's during lunchtime. >> a white male about 6'2", he implied he had a weapon and demanded cash. if you have any information you are asked to call the winter park police department. >> three, 12-year-old girls from deltona middle school are locked up in volusia county facing felony charges. deputies say the suspected ring leader was seeking revenge after a teacher sent her to the principal's office for dumping glue in another student's backpack and under suspicion for stealing a laptop. deputies say the teacher got sick from drinking the soda and could not breathe. >> searchers found the body of
sonar detected what looked like a body. the diver recovered it. and confirmed it was in fact roble. he was camping with his family. the park is now back open. >> in brevard county, this woman facing charges for a suspicious package which forced a movie theater and two restaurants to be evacuated. the bomb squad determined the items in the bag were not hazardous. however the investigation is ongoing. four employees at a car dealership are recovering after a car caught fire at a dealership yesterday afternoon. employees were using an electric pump to transfer gas from one to another. the flames were out by the time firefighters arrived. the final numbers for the 2016 python challenge are in and the
according to florida wildlife officials over 1,000 people from 29 different states participated in the challenge. 106 pythons were captured and the longest snake recorded at 15 foot long. >> the snakes will be made into consumer goods. >> more leg room on airplanes could become a mandatory rule. >> senator charles schumer wants the government to set seat size rules for airlines. he says the distance between rows has shrunk almost 20 inches over the past 30 years. schumer plans on formerly proposing the idea later today. >> spreading out demand and visitors at the often jam packed
the new pricing structure starts on the park's website this morning. they are creating a fixed calendar set eight to eleven months ahead of time. which dates are considered value, regular or peak. the peak days is when you are going to play more. august and almost all of september 1st, '05 september september september 1, '05 september 105 bucks. a one day ticket to the magic kingdom on a peak day will be $124. it will not cover multi day tickets. four-day tickets 325.
10-day tickets will cost 400. that's up from $365. leap year babies finally get their day. the best performances in film. what's pg happening tonight and during the week ahead. >> the # 88th academy awards. monday is leap day. the extra day only happens once every four years. >> tuesday, the biggest event of the primary season so far. march 1st is super tuesday. holding primaries and caucuses. wednesday, the supreme court convenience for the first time since justice antonin scalia's death. the first abortion case to go before the supreme court in more
expect fireworks when the gop presidential candidates face off for the 11th primary debate. it will be modderat i ed by bret baier. >> a new lunch break trend. instead of going out to eat, more people are chowing down at their work desk. how it could affect your climb up the corporate ladder. >> good morning to our hard working fox 35 crew. they are making the show look great as they do every weekend. thank you, guys and gals in the control room. >> marco rubio and ted cruz team up against donald trump as we head to super tuesday.
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>> it is birthday time. we want to wish you a happy birthday. if you happen to be celebrating one today. >> i have a question. >> yes. >> tomorrow is one of those weird leap day things. >> what happens if you have a birthday tomorrow? >> you either celebrate it on the 28th or the 1st. >> we'll work on that.
>> we'll put our investigative unit on that. >> how old do you think jason is? >> 44. >> we were a little off. >> patrick monahan. >> drops of jupiter. i will go 44. >> i'll try 3 # 9. >> 47. >> totally wrong on that. >> looking at the pictures, you would think that the ages would have been the other way around. >> the country music tour wouldn't age you as much as the rock 'n roll tour? >> i don't know. >> yesterday, you got outside, loved the weather, right? >> it was spectacular. >> if you were outside yesterday
today it will be much warmer. today it will feel like it is about 80 something degrees outside. a live view outside. 9:45. 56 degrees with the blue skies. >> i love old glory, i'm so patriotic, it gives me tears. >> good job. >> tuesday, a big patriotic day here in the states, super tuesday. i'm the weather guy, so i ignore all of the politics around it. having a good sunday morning. yesterday we had high temperatures into the 60s. if you were in the sunshine, it felt much warmer. today, high temperatures actually make it into the 70s, except for maybe flagler and volusia county. it is going to be another spectacular day. as a matter of fact, this whole week looks glorious in terms of weather.
patchy dense fog returns. that will be an issue almost every morning this week. wednesday a 20% chance you'll see a sprinkle. outside right now. looking live from our orlando tower cam. i know what that is. space mountain, contemporary resort, maybe even see a glimpse of the monorail, no, not right now. these are 9:00 numbers. 9:00 temperatures. they were taken about 50 minutes ago. i bet your bottom dollar almost everybody now in the 60s officially just about in central florida. look at the mild air to the north. temperatures to the north of us. 5, 10, 15, even some folks 20 degrees warmer than this time yesterday. we're going to be warmer than yesterday. the only fly in the ointment today.
tons of sun. high temperature today 75 degrees. 79 degrees tomorrow. these are official numbers. if you're in the sun, it will feel warmer a slight chance of a couple springcal kles on wednesday. weather baby time. you know what, last time, andrea, we had two. this time we've got three. >> look at those cuties. >> isabelle, amelia. they all have head bands and smiles. >> look at those beautiful girls. >> gorgeous. >> y'all just made our morning. if you want to check out the weather baby. logon to our website and follow the links.
how often do you got out for lunch? >> chances are the ambiance of your dining experience is probably filled with a lot of work chatter. more and more professionals are eating while they work. it may not be best move for your career. >> i'm not alone when it comes to this, eating while working. 62% of professionals eat their lunch at their desk and it is pretty normal. it is called desktop dining. >> eating has become less of a priority, meetings, catching up on e-mails and working on projects have taken over. >> the question is, why are more and more people skipping lunch, it is time they are entitled to. >> definitely people are doing more and i think they feel the pressure to work during lunch.
you may be putting your work at risk. >> just because you're working none stop doesn't mean you're productive. >> because we could miss a sale. >> unfortunately the way we live today, if you're not sitting at your desk working and eating, somebody else is, it gives a bad perception. if you go out and take an hour lunch. >> you think you impress the boss by not going out to lunch. >> very few boss the are impressed because somebody doesn't leave their desk. they want to see somebody working smartly, and interactive interactively and engaging p . >> jessica, thank you. >> we are going to mix land and sea right here in our studios,
a great day for the theme park. >> we are celebrating a little early. here to help us celebrate. >> so tomorrow is national surf and turf day. >> are folks only allowed to celebrate this once every four years? >> no, they can do it every day. >> what are we making here this morning? >> we're going to do filet mignon and do the whole meal grilled. >> i could have surf and turf every day. what secrets can you share with us. >> we're going to take our steak and saltp and pepper it.
i've got a filet, because i love filet. we're going to do a filet. wishbone italian dressing, you can do olive oil and balsamic vinegar. >> those are huge shrimp. they are just one step from having legs. but then you put them up here on the grill. i've paired it with asparagus and marinated it with tomato and steak. you have a beautiful meal and we'll get this all put together here. >> when it comes to ordering steak, what's your best advice? >> i always go medium rare. a filet and a strip you can do. you can do a lighter. if you do like a ribeye, it has a lot of marbling in it. you want it cooked twoen a
you want more like a medium for a ribeye, all of our steaks are prime at our restaurant. >> that's a beautiful plate. isn't that fun? >> i love shrimp. shrimp turns pink when it is ready. >> a lot of people tend to overcook it. >> it is pink. literally it turns pink when it is ready. this is healthy, it is pretty, a couple of wines to pair it with. pinot noir if you like red. >> i like red wine, so i have it
>> oh, my gosh, yes, my zins and cabs, absolutely. whatever tastes good you should eat and drink. if it is what you like, that's what you should drink with it. >> they have massive prawns, like you said. >> right, right. >> and they are called ten shrimp to the pound. that's a lot of shrimp. >> the forecast real quick. it is going to be a beautiful next few days. high temperatures in the 70s. a slight chance of a sprinkle. >> thank you. >> thank you, andrea. >> thank you so much for letting