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>> a very good sunday morning to you. it is march 13th, 2016. look at that beautiful sunrise upon us. thank you for joining us, here are the top stories we're 444444444444on this morning. we start with fox 35's gina benitez. >> i'll tell you what orange county deputies are saying about the person or people responsible. >> marco rubio bringing his campaign back through central
we inch closer to florida's big primary on tuesday. >> daylight saving time kicked in this morning. are you feeling it. >> losing sleep could take a serious toll on your health. how you could use the extra hour of sunlight that is upon us to your advantage. there's the sun behind us. >> good morning to you, brooks. >> get a camera and go ahead and turn around. that shot behind you is absolutely amazing. good sunday morning, everybody. >> there's our live shot from downtown orlando. a lot of blue sky outside, that will change as we go through the day. we have been giving you fair warning for several days now that it looks like we'll see rain and thunderstorms as we go through the afternoon hours. through the morning hours, it will be okay. it is the afternoon that all of
impacting the i-10 corridor, that's the rain that's going to be coming into play as we go through the afternoon hours and possibly some thunderstorms, we're not looking for severe weather, but possibly some thunderstorms. temperatures in the mid to upper 60s out the door this morning. the forecast through the noon, 1:00 or even 2:00 hour, i think we'll stay dry. after 1:00, 2:00, that's when we'll be seeing showers and thunderstorms develop. the winds go southwest and we have highs in the 80s once again. the full 7-day forecast is coming up >> aundrea. >> new this morning, gina benitez live on the scene. >> around midnight, ocoee police found the teen lying on the
police believe the victim is somewhere between 15 and 18 years old, though they have not identified him at this point. when fire rescue got here, they had already announced dead on the scene. it was realized that the location was actually in the county. it is unclear who is responsible for the shooting or the circumstances that led up to it. orange county deputies, of course, are investigating, they say the shooter is still on the run this morning. if you have any information call them, gina benitez, fox 35 news. >> also new this morning. the orange county sheriff's department investigating another deathment death. deputies say they were responding to shots fired. deputies still searching for a
information, you're asked to call crime line. you decide 2016, marco rubio continues his run for the white house and he's back in central florida florida today for another campaign stop. rubio will rally voters in the villages at 3:00 p.m. and then expected to meet with campaign volume volunteers volunteers. rubio is hoping to win big in florida's winner take all primary on tuesday where 99 delegates are at stake. >> conservativism cannot be about anger, conservatism cannot be about division. it has to be about uniting the people and using those principles to drive us to solutions. >> trump is leading with the
by rubio with about 24%. >> donald trump will be in boca raton. a protester jumped gates and security grabbed him and tackled him. he was charged with inciting panic. ted cruz won that state's caucus. rubio scored the win picked up 10 delegates. john kasich took the red with 9. >> front runner hillary clinton was in ohio. they both used their time to take a direct aim at their republican foe donald trump.
and aggression is not only wrong, but dangerous. if you play with matches, you can start a fire that you can't control. that's not leadership, that's political arson. >> the american people will defeat donald trump because they understand and we all understand that bringing people together, black and white and latino and asian american, gay and straight, men and women, people born in this country, people who come into in this country bringing people together. trump is dividing people up. >> fox 35 is your source for continued coverage of the presidential presidential race. you can go to fox35orlando.com
fox 35 news app on your iphone. a deputy was hit and killed by a wrong way driver. >> deputies say err can mcbeth was driving the wrong way. deputies believe mcbeth got on the expressway from 1 of the road's reversible express lanes of the >> the men and women are out there trying to protect everybody and these guys are very concerned about the drivers at night. in fact, this deputy had hoped to become a traffic homicide investigate or at some point in career. investigators also try to figure out what caused a deadly crash, it happened yesterday morning. emergency crews rushed to the scene of a car engulfed in
they were unable to rescue the driver inside. police say the car slammed into a concrete he will po -- pole. >> we were not able to identify what type of vehicle or anything like that. >> because the damage was so severe, it could take weeks before they wrap up their investigation. >> an elderly man is behind bars on a $100,000 bond. >> 89-year-old carl lange claims his death was part of a suicide pact he made with her. authorities were called to the house for a well-being check and stopped him. lange has been charged with second degree murder. >> we now know the names of the two people killed in a plane crash. police say they were killed on impact, the crash happened at clermont near south lake hospital yesterday morning. there are still many questions
>> at this time, we do not know where the plane took off from, nor do we know what their destination was. the faa and ntsb will take over that investigation. >> time now 8:08. yes, that's right. it is 8:08 and that time of year again, daylight saving time. one doctor says there's a health risk tied to the time change and the doctor says losing an hour of sleep is wours than previously thought. suggesting that lack of sleep causes stress on your heart which can lead to a heart attack. the doctor questions everyone to be extra careful over the next few days after your body catches up with the time change. >> people who work with construction or other jobs, there's a significant increase
severity of the work-related accidents following the daylight saving time shift. >> others say it will say it will make you feel alert during the day and sleepy by nighttime. take extra caution on the roads, especially with those prime time rush hour drives. >> four children hit by an accidental spray of bird shot. new details about the antique shotgun involved. north korea, why they are targeting the u.s. and south korea in what they are calling nuclear war moves. the sun putting an extra sun in
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are a college basketball fan, you need to get down to the amway center today. we have the final of the acc championship game being played today between uconn and memphis, the huskies versus the tigers. game time 3:15. sure to be a buzzer beater. vying for an ncaa slot for sure. >> we start in marion county where six people including four children were hit by a shot of bird spray. it happened at the ocala shooting range in the mid of the ocala national forest. a man was loaded a double barrel when it accidentally shot on the ground. four children, their father and
hospital as a precaution. their wounds range from superficial to nonlife-threatening. >> this was an accident but always point a weapon in a safe direction. we had a concrete that caused ricochet. weapons are something you need to be responsible with it. >> new charges will likely be filed. the u.s. and south korea continue to run military exercises despite north korea's threat. they started the amphibious practice drills. north korea's leader kim jong-un calls the exercises nuclear war moves. north korea starting making threats when they were planning an invasion. >> a 26-year-old man in jail this morning after running down
killing one of them. he ran down the dogs during alaska alaska alaska alaska race. six skiers reportedly died in a massive avalanche yesterday. nearly a dozen people have been already been rescued. it is still not clear how many people were on the mountain at the time of that avalanche. i made sure all of the clocks were set forward this morning. forward? >> i did not. >> you had to make it manualthy
the clock at the bottom of your screen is the correct one. yeah, the time is right. look at that sun. what a gorgeous shot. what a nice beautiful day we have. next weekend, palm sunday and the weekend after that, of course, easter sunday. a couple of big days coming up. let's get the forecast for today. get you ready for this sunday. temperatures outside predominately in the mid to upper 60s this morning. it is a little more humid than it was yesterday. did you notice it? >> it will be more humid until all of the rain passes. the rain right now over the gulf of mexico. headline. we're not looking for anything severe, just keep an eye to the sky and the umbrella handy.
unsettled. the outside right now 66 degrees. you're right just a gorgeous view all around central florida this morning. temperature wise, here we are, almost everybody, mid to upper 60s. 67 at the world center. 66 right now in beautiful clermont-lake county. around the southeast once again, we have to have some cold air somewhere for it to make it down here. it is losing the battle for now. next weekend, it will be a different story. our temperatures won't change, today our moisture will. look at this, big upper level trough just digging down. out ahead of it, it is pushing the moist air right towards central florida. that will be what444444444444ses this more instability in our atmosphere. as we go through the afternoon hours. look at the green on the screen. north central and even south
once we hit the evening hours, everything passes off-shore. that's good news. tomorrow afternoon, warm and dry and breezy. tuesday, election day, warm. wednesday warm, and then everything looks towards the next weekend for our next shot of rain. so today, the one day out of d -- when is the last time we had a good soaker. the morning you should be okay. overnight tonight lows in the 60s. tomorrow a 20% chance of an early morning shower. no storms tomorrow. high through the day 86 tomorrow. st. patrick's day. we got a dale jr. on the screen. 88 degrees for a high.
thursday, friday, saturday. it is time for snap the sun. wow. aundrea. >> oh, my goodness gracious, look at that. >> that's spectacular. >> john. >> once again, you know what, i have a feeling, can we drop the caption just for a minute if we can. see if we can get a locater. >> no locater. >> i was trying to figure out where the building was, but i'm not that savvy. >> it is heavenly, look at that. look at the colors. >> new perspectives. absolutely. john, thank you for snapping the sun. >> it is daylight saving time, so we're going to help you with that clock adjustment this morning. we've also got some new rumors on the next upcoming iphones, so stay with us, we'll talk about that coming up. first, we're going to save you
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claiming a majority need pre-k. jackie orozco shows us. >> reporter: what we're going to do is go ahead -- >> these four and five-year-olds haven't started kindergarten just yet. when they do, their teacher says they will be ready to read and write. it is thanks to an app called footsteps to brilliance. >> they are working very hard on this at home with their parent's help and without. this free app is a huge help for kids learning english as a second language. >> able to play the word in english and then switch to spanish, she was able to go back and forth and identify at her own level and her own speed.
four-year-old student didn't speak a word of english when she came here to the center for early learning in osceola county. she's way ahead of the game and ready for kindergarten. lee franco coordinates the foot prints for the osceola county district. she says this app is different than any other, because you can use it on your phone or ipad and then strictly a traditional computer. giving the teacher and parents a look at the child's progress. >> we want them to be successful when they go to kindergarten. he says he's going to be always behind because he's always going to be trying to catch up. what better way than start now when they are learning their first words. >> in osceola county, jackie
>> riding a trike and watching sesame street when i was that age. things have definitely changed. still more to come here. coming up in the next half hour. two shootings overnight in irt no. one of the victims is a teen. >> right now, we're all clear in central florida. but this afternoon, it looks like we'll have some rain and some thunderstorms, your full forecast for sunday and the whole work and school coming
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it is going to be a gorgeous morning. # 6 morning.66 degrees this morning at 8:31 this morning. good morning, welcome back to "good day orlando." i'm andrea jackson. we start with fox 35's gina benitez. >> reporter: a teen found shot to death in this owe co-why i neighborhood. i'll tell you what orange county deputies are saying about the person or people responsible. >> the whole thing came down. >> a family in orlando breathing a huge sigh of relief after having a very close call about a giant oak tree. plus the magic with another tough loss last night. that's far from the only sports
all of your sports news coming up in the sports zone. >> so i set both iphones last night confident that the iphone automatically changes the time for you, which it did. i was thankful it all worked out beautifully. >> one of my favorite thing to do is go to the early church service. quite quiet. here we are already in mid-march. beautiful view outside. i think it is going to be a thies day. we do live in florida. it has been a while since we had thunderstorms. yeah, we live in florida, we get thunderstorms. that will come through the
this morning, a-ok. here is the broken line of rain. no thunderstorms yet. once this moves over land. i think it will set up the good dynamics. keep your eye to the sky and the umbrella handy. temperatures in the mid to upper 80s with warm southwest winds. the 7-day forecast is coming up. >> brooks, thank you. >> new this morning, ocoee police searching for a gunman after a teen was found shot dead. fox 35's gina benitez covering the story. what do we know right now? >> good morning. ocoee police believe a teen between 15 and 18 years old. they still have not identified
investigators had this area cornered off for hours. ocoee police was the first agency to respond. orange county deputies took over once they realized the location was actually in the county. at this point it is unclear who is responsible for this shooting. orange county deputies have not identified anyone in this. if you have any information, you're asked to call them. gina benitez, fox 35 news. >> also new this morning. the orange county sheriff's office investigating another shooting death. this one happened around 11:00 last night at the silver hills apartment complex in orlando. they found the victim lying in a pine hills parking lot. a suspect. if you have any information, you're asked to crime line. one family in orlando breathing
the giant oak tree cracked in half on friday destroying a historic home in lake eola &- heights. part of the oak tree came crashing through. witnesses say it is lucky no one was hurt. he barely escaped when the massive tree came crashing down. >> the whole thing came down and took out the life. crushing through the roof over there. >> neighbors say the old oak was in baaed shape, calling it an accident waiting to happen. it did. the city has about 50 trees on deck for removal. >> off to flagler county we go. dwight land fair is accused of holding up his own employer, burger. he implied he had a weapon and forced a worker against an ice machine and then demanded cash from the safe. deputies say it matches the
robber and is considered a person of interest in that case as well. orange county deputies say they are talking with a woman in connection with the shooting death of her boyfriend. died around friday. it happened in apopka. deputies are not telling us the circumstances surrounding the shooting, they say williams is cooperating and that right now, she's not under arrest. >> time now 8:36. we move to sports. blake bortles returning to his old high school in oviedo. it was an exciting race at the daytona 200. >> a quick trip back to orlando, but a pretty good one for jaguars quarterback blake bortles. he held his first ever football camp. proceeds went to charities.
right after the camp to work with his444444444444 quarterbacks coach. we talked about how busy the jags have been in free agency so far. >> i'll go out there and continue to work. but i spent most of the time in jacksonville. we have a good group of guys that stayed in town. we have been working out together. doing a really good job of putting the right people in place. i'm going to try to see what they do in the draft. they continue to do a good job and do it in the best interest of the jaguars. >> michael barnes came out of retirement just a few week ago. he wanted to run the daytona 200 road race one more time. the 47-year-old barnes started second on saturday. he went on to dominate winning it by just over two seconds. barnes becomes the oldest drive
also working for a team that was thrown together in just the last few weeks. >> daytona is extremely special and a lot of history behind it. for me as well. so to pull one off, you know, on the 75th, and it was just incredible. >> kyle busch is the hottest racer on nascar's circuit this season. taking the 200 at phoenix. he's one three of four xfinity races so far this season. no question they dominated in every category except one, the score. five shots on target compared to just two for the fire. 6-2 in corners. head coach was okay with that 1-1 draw.
team to finish those chances. >> we've got to get some more width. get people in holes in between and i don't think we did it well enough. we did it better and we had more creativity. it wasn't good enough, so that's disappointing. >> the huskies didn't show it much on saturday. 19 points out of daple hpt and shawn miller. huskies advance at the amway center where they will play memphis. if you want to see more of the blake bortles interview we'll have it for you tonight at 10:45. that's it for your morning
>> some cool stuff there. they continued with their momentum throughout the second half and took a win over the magic. the magic's next game is tuesday against the denver nuggets. it seems as soon as babies are born, their parents are posting pictures on social media. most kids don't like the attention, more on why they are embarrassed about their parents' social media habits.
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drive camera, you can see the orlando eye right there on the right side of your screen. if you've got the extra hour of sun sunlight, you may enjoy the views. brooks tomlin will tell you when you might need to prepare for a storm coming through central florida. news flash. some parents can embarrass their parents with their oversharing. m a new study might convince those to hold back. >> taking a picture requires less effort than at any time in history. the majority of the photos on children.
>> no idea where my parents took this or when, or what's all over my face. i'm thankful it happened before social media or cameras. kids today have no such luxuries. >> as children get older, they start to express preferences. >> university of michigan school of information assistant professor reached that conclusion after surveying 249 pairs of parents and their children. the survey demonstrated that awareness at as young as six months old. it is easy to embarrass minimum him. camera phones and social media haven't existed long enough on how it affects sharing. >> he's going to have to edit them. >> that's his job.
should their children doesn't id t sue. >> permanent public records of their child's life. children might warm to embarrassing posts when they become mothers and fathers and start taking pictures of their on children. >> i send them to people and i make collages. >> times have definitely changed, you can sue your parents. >> more than 500,000 people expected to spend $75 million on food and lodging. they will continue to count those receipts through next week. there's still plenty to see and do. a full throttle bike show followed by live music.
list for bike week's final day. >> let's take a look at the weather and find out how the final will be. >> good morning. they have had some good concerts up in daytona. good stuff, love bike week. i love hearing the sounds of the motorcycles this time of year. it is beautiful. the live view from our sun trust camera. it gets you out the door this morning. or maybe you'll have a good lion. a good morning for that as well. 66 degrees at our lake mary studios. 68 degrees in melbourne. 67 right now in alachua county. some rain over the gulf of mexico. that's the rain that's going to move into here as we go through the afternoon hours with some thunderstorms likely today. we're not looking for any flooding rain like they had in the gulf coast. we'll just monitor the radar for you.
the warmth lingers through the week. next weekend looks quite unsettled. not just with rain and storms, but maybe with some cooler air. it looks like spring could be returning after this. this is a beautiful picture, looking live from our orlando orlando. err. tomorrow morning, do me a favor, sunrise not until 7:30 tomorrow morning. just be careful around the but bus stops. temperatures mid to upper 60s, even 7 0 right now in the villages. dew points are up now in the mid 60s area wide. that just adds more moisture. more humid outside and that will help spark some showers and thunderstorms this afternoon. so let's get the forecast for you. first off around the noon hour. alachua county and maybe even
and thunderstorms. the rest of central florida probably after 1:00 or 2:00. you can see widespread, maybe some scattered showers and thunderstorms. through evening the 5:00 hour. some showers and storms back to the west. then the rain settles and we clear skies overnight tonight. it looks like the next couple of days, really, after today, looking absolutely a-ok. >> we will see some rain and some thunderstorms. high temperatures mid 80s once again today. it wouldn't surprise me if some folks had upper 8 0s before the rain comes. a 20% chance of a lingering shower early. tomorrow, maybe a sprinkle or a shower in the morning. 86 degrees as we distinguish
high temperatures in the 80s through election day. through st. patrick's day and into next weekend. next weekend with the storms on saturday, it looks like some cooler air coming on sunday. jasmine is here. holy cow. jasmine is dressed for church and ready to go enjoy it. jasmine is a beautiful little girl. >> she's sweet. >> look at that outfit. she's styling. >> daddy's little princess is who she is. jasmine, thank you for joining us. if you want your child on weather baby, all you have to do is go to fox35orlando.com, follow the links. >> there are waterfalls here in florida. don't expect niagara falls, because this is not. but it is our little waterfall. i love it. >> coming up find out where in
we'reppp@qq@s@s@s@w@w@wwpa`ss >> central florida is filled with natural wonders. did you know that there are some waterfalls hidden in the midst of our flatlands. fox 35's tom johnson takes us to one of central florida's most beautiful little hidden gems. >> patricia loves coming to this patch of lake county woods. >> preserve. >> reporter: it sits just east of mt. dora. with lake county water authority which owns the preserve. it is gorgeous and quiet.
a little waterfall no more than four or five feet tall. >> don't expect niagara falls, because this is not. it is our little waterfall unique to lake county. >> here is this thing about this gore geous444444444444 little spot in the woods. you may come back to that waterfall and that will be completely gone, dry. it is only here when lake county gets a bunch of rainfall in a short amount of time. >> you have to get consistent inch type of rainfall. s. it is rare.
sink hole. >> a very old sinkhole. >> geologists think the water drops deep into the earth. perhaps 800, 1000 feet into the florida auk florida aquifer. public. they find excuses to come and oversea. >> my goodness, this is my job, this is so wonderful. >> trending now, here is new iphone on the horizon. apple has sent out the invites to its big event this week. they are expected to introduce new tech. most of the buzz surrounding
the iphone se. it has some of the features like the 6 like the side power button and the processor. it is expected to be smaller four inches with a curved screen. it will set you back probably 4 or $500, a little less expensive than the iphone 6 and the 6s. >> two shootings overnight in orange county. one of the victims is a teenager. the very latest on the investigation. >> and then your social security benefits. you're paying into the system, so it is important that you get the most out of it. >> the secrets to saving and
real plan to keep it strong. (elephant noise) (donkey noise) hey candidates, answer the call already. >> good morning. it is sunday march 13th, 2017. the top stories we're working on for you right now. we start with fox 35's gina benitez. a teen is found shot to daet here in this ocoee neighborhood. i'll tell you what the deputies
persons responsible. >> we're break down the very latest in politics as we of in closer to florida's big tuesday primary. >> it is that time of year again. you might be waking up blurry-eyed this morning. losing an hour of sleep has its health risks. find out what you can do to reverse the effects. >> how was it waking up for you this morning, brooks? >> maxwell house helps. >> what about you? >> double expresso? >> i set the two iphones accordingly and they add justed to the time change, everything worked out a-ok. >> the toughest thing is the darkness early in the morning. just be careful this week. it is going to be dark when the kids are at the bus stop. seriously. that. what a beautiful place we live in. outside right now.
nice fair weather before the storms come as we go through the -- let's go to afternoon hours. we do have rain and thunderstorms that are off-shore in the gulf of mexico right now. also, a line of showers off in the atlantic, that's going to be headed out to sea. but this the line of storms that will come in as we go through the afternoon. out the door, temperatures right now in the low 70s. we'll warm up into the mid 80s. most of us should stay dry after 12, 2, 1:00. we're not looking for anything too severe. we'll have the full 7-day forecast coming up. >> just keep the umbrella handy just in case. ocoee police searching for a gunman after a teen is found shot death just before midnight. fox 35's gina ben neat tes live on the the scene with more
what's the very latest. >> good morning. orange county deputies say that victim is between 15 and 18 years old. this area. you can see that crime scene tape. investigators had the area cornered off for hours. out around midnight. ocoee police found that teen laying on the sidewalk with a gun shot wound. when fire rescue got here, they had already pronounced him dead. orange county deputies then took over the investigation once they realized the localization of the county. now, at this point, it is still unclear who is responsible. orange county deputies say they do not have a person of interest or any suspect information. we are working to get more details and we'll bring them to you as we do. fox 35 news. >> also new this morning. department is investigating
this one happened around 11:00 last night in orlando. deputies say they were responding to shots fired when they found a victim lying in the pine hills parking lot with a gun shot wound. deputies still searching for a suspect. they don't have description at this time. if they have any information, you're asked to call crime line. you decide 2016, marco rubio continues his run for the white house right here in central florida. he'll rally voters in the villages. he's expected to meet with campaign volunteers at his office in orlando. yesterday they made appearances in lakeland. rubio is hoping to win tuesday's 99 delegates at stake. >> conservatism cannot be about labor, about division, it has to be about uniting our people
strong national defensement >> rubio trails donald trump by 300 delegates. trump leading in the shps state with 41% of the votes. followed by rubio with a distant 24%. >> dramatic moments yesterday in dayton, ohio, after another incident at one of donald trump's rallies. a protester jumping the barrier. they grabbed him and charged him with disorderly conduct and inciting panic. >> all of this as two more gop caucuses were held. ted cruz taking that state, but winning that caucus. he picks up nine delegate. grabbing one a piece and in the nation's capital, 19 delegates were split between two candidates.
john kasich taking the red with nienl. the democrats continue to rally. >> both took aim at donald trump. >> the encouragement of violence and aggression is not only wrong but dangerous. if you play with matches, you can start a fire you can't control. that is not leadership, that's look at arson. >> the american people will defeat donald trump because they understand and we all understand that bringing people together black and white and latino and asian american, gay and straight, men and women. people born in this country.
we are bringing people together. trump is dividing people up. many critics blaming bernie fox 35 your source for continuing coverage. download the fox 35 news app on your phone. moving now to a really difficult story here. the hillsboro sheriff's department continuing their investigation after a deputy was hit and killed by a wrong-way driver. that story kicking off our morning rush. >> eric mcbeth was driving the wrong way early yesterday morning when he crashed head-on with deputy and killed both of them. local law enforcement struggling with their loss. >> the men and women are out there trying to protect effect.
concerned about the drivers at night. in fact, this deputy had hope to become a traffic death homicide investigator later in his career. >> emergency crews rushed to the scene of a car engulfed in flames but unable to rescue the driver inside. police say the car slammed into a concrete poll right before it burst into flames. >> we were not able to identify what type of vehicle or anything like that. >> maitland police say because the damage was so severe, it could take weeks before they wrap up their investigation. >> an elderly man is behind bars on a $100,000 bond after investigators say he shot and killed his girlfriend.
was all part of a suicide pact he made with her. he's been charged with second degree murder. >> time now 9:08. we now know the names of the two people killed in a plane crash in lake county. police say they were killed on impact. the crash happened in clermont near south lake hospital yesterday morning. both were licensed pilots. there are still many questions left unanswered. at this time, we do not know where the plane took off from nor do we know what their des destination was. again. daylight saving time, it kicked off this morning. one doctor says there's a health risk tied to the time change. the doctor from the mount sinai
hour of sleep is worse than previously thought. causing stress on your heart which could possibly lead to a heart attack. the doctor urges everyone to be careful over the next couple of days as people catch up with the time change. >> other doctors suggest using sunlight to your advantage, making you feel alert during the day and sleepy by nightfall. >> time now 6:10. six people including four children hit by an accidental spray of bird shot at an ocala gun range. new details about the antique shotgun. why north korea is tarting the u.s. and south korea in what they are calling a nuclear war move.
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their big mardi gras festival. he will be there tonight. i know it is sure to be a pretty fun concert. if you're into adam lambert, definitely check out universal tonight for his live concert. gorgeous morning in the city beautiful. time now 9:40. 4 9:14. the ocala shooting range.
man was loading a double barrel shotgun when it accidentally discharged. it hit six people standing theer nearby. three children, their father and grandfather, along with another were taken to the hospital. their injuries are nonlife-threatening. >> it was pointed to the ground. we had a concrete that caused a ricochet. weapons are something we need to be very responsible with and treat with the utmost respect at all times. >> no charges will likely be filed. u.s. and south korea continue to run military exercises. the two started the amphibious practice drills on saturday. part of an eight week training m
north korea leader calling it nuclear war moves. north korea started making threats before the practice runs even started the u.s. and south korea were planning an invasion. >> a 26-year-old man is in jail this morning ever a running down sled dogs. he ran down the dogs during the iditarod race. the dogs were part of two different teams. facing assault, reckless driving, reckless endangerment and reckless mischief. shocking scene in the alps. six skiers reportedly died in a massive avalanche yesterday. they are looking for more possible victims. more than a dozen people have been rescued already. still not clear how many people in total were on the mountain at the time of the avalanche. >> we turn our attention now to weather. our change could possibly be on
it has been a while since we have had a good soaking rain or even thunderstorms. today we'll be reminded that we live in florida. this cluster of thunderstorms, actually, it says rain right now. convection, it is going to move off to the east today and we'll have some showers and some thunderstorms this afternoon. now, this cluster of thunderstorms, when it moves over us, it is all part of that big system that's now finally moving up into the ohio valley. it is the one that dropped 15 to 20 inches of rain in portions of louisiana and mississippi earlier this week. just some rain and some thunderstorms likely as we go through the afternoon hours. the warmth lingers all the way through the week, but next weekend looks unsettled. not just weather wise, but temperature wise. it looks like temperatures could take a dip. we'll have to keep an eye on that.
tower cam. universal studios, all alive this morning. this is one of those rngs mo -- mornings, if you get out early, you'll enjoy it, because we have less crowds. volusia county upper 6 0s. around the southeast, there's no cold air. temperatures this morning in the 50s, 60s and 70s. so even though the system is going to come through today. we are not expecting to see cold air behind it. temperatures are going to stay warm through the week. let's time it out for you. this afternoon, anytime after 12:00, alachua county and marion county. predominantly after 1:00 or 2:00 for the rest of central florida we'll see the chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms. just keep an eye to the sky. tomorrow afternoon. look at that.
staying warm, which have the southerly winds all week long. and that will keep us warmer than normal until next weekend. the forecast, keep an eye the to the sky today. highs mid 80s it would not he ever overnight tonight the rain moves offshore. we're going to stay mild. looks like this. high temperatures stay in the mid to upper 80s, all the way through friday or saturday. tuesday, election day looking good. thursday thursday, st. patrick's day looking good. next weekend temperatures look cooler and staying wet for sunday. it is time for snap the sun. >> oh, my gosh. >> did you pick this one for me? >> i couldn't have said itber.
>> that is beautiful. >> i whole thing is fan tas can i. >> even the fencing. >> that's gorgeous. >> thank you so much for snapping the sun. >> definitely. >> your social security benefits, you're paying into the system, so it is important you get the most out of it. our financial expert reveals the secret to saving and the best time to cash out. saving you money in the fox 35 pump patrol. check out gas saving tips anytime fox35orlando.com click on the traffic tab. no delays just yet to report
we have showers approaching central florida later today. in your consumer corner, more americans rely on social security for their income than any other source. it is crucial you get more out of it. the three keys to maximizing your benefits. so some tough things to get through here. we're going to start with the first key, avoiding the one size fits all strategy. >> unfortunately most parents do what their parents do. often times they claim it at 62, i'm going to get my money. it is not necessarily the best idea. if you're still working between 62 and full retirement age which is 66 or 67. you'll get back $1 for every two that you earned over 15,720 dollars. early.
because your parents did it, it may not be your best situation. >> so many tough roads to navigate. >> what about the second key? what's best for the entire family? >> in this case 62, you get a 25% reduction in your benefit. that carries on throughout your lifetime. if you're married and you pass away. your spouse is entitled to the higher of his or her benefit or your benefit. you've got the reduction throughout your lifetime. you pass away and that's what your spouse may be stuck with for his or her lifetime. i see it my practice, clients come in the door, people have already retired and made the irrevokable decision about social security and say, gee, i wish i would have known. >> do you think make that decision early on? >> they do. >> because i could use this money now, pay some bills, it is a tremendous difference. the impact could be several
your retirement years. >> so many people struggle with it and take the easiest route out. >> sign up and give me the money. >> the rules change. >> the rules have just changed. in november, they had a big rule change. if you're 66 by may the 1st and your spouse is already age 62. you have until april 29th to file and suspend or do a restricted application. as much as $60,000 more benefit you're entitled to. if you're 66 by may the 1st and your spouse is 62 years or older, this is an opportunity for you. >> hopefully that grabbed a lot of people's attention. what do you say to people who say i'm not going to be able to get social security? >> are you worried about it? >> i don't feel like i am to be honest with you. >> social security will always be there. but the younger generation will
social security will always be there. they need to make adjustments, there's a lot more people in retirement that aren't paying into the system. it can be tweaked easily by delaying the retirement age and the threshold where social security taxes. >> fewer people paying into them. >> that's the problem. >> thank you so much. >> coming up in our next half hour. we're learning about one of the victims as a teenager.
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morning here on "good day orlando." welcome back. time now 9:30 on this sunday. it is a gorgeous morning out there. there's a picture of the citrus bowl. the orlando city soccer fans will have to wait for a while until they come back to play at home. i'm sure they will fill the bowl with a sea of purple there at their next home game. we start with fox 35's gina benitez. >> reporter: a teen found shot to death here in this ocoee neighborhood. i'll tell you what deputies are saying about the person or people responsible. >> a family in orlando breathing a huge sigh of relief after having a very close call with a giant444444444444 one man speaking out about the moment that oaks came crashing down on a house. plus it is the final day for the 75th daytona bike week, but there's still plenty to see and do. we'll run down the options for
your forecast for the final day of bike week. >> good motorcycle day, bad motorcycle day? >> it could be a-ok through the lunch hour. we've been tell people for the last few days, it looks like sunday afternoon, we'll see some rain and some storms. sunday afternoon, just a few hours away. guardian live weather radar. right now there's showers setting up shop over the gulf stream. those aren't the ones coming if our direction. i hope your as having a good sunday morning. here is the rain and thunderstorms that will make its way across central florida through the after unanimous hours. alachua, marion county, maybe it will start close to 12:00 or 1:00. 1:00, 2:00, 3:00. a good chance of thunderstorms. temperatures today once again above normal and into the 80s. the 7-day forecast is coming up.
police searching for a gunman after a teen is found shot death just before midnight. fox 35's gina benitez has been on the story all morning. what do we know? >> reporter: good morning. orange county deputies say the victim is somewhere between 15 and 20 years old. they found the victim on the sidewalk there. they had this area quarantined off for hours. when fire rescue got here they had proceed uns nounced him dead. ocoee police were the first on the scene. but orange county deputies took over once they learned the location was in orange county. they are still looking for a suspect. if you have any information on this case, call them.
county, gina benitez, fox 35 news. >> thank you. the orange county sheriff's office investigating another shooting death. this one happened around 11:00 last night in orlando. deputies say they were responding to a call of shots fired when they found the victim lying in a parking lot with a gun shot wound. if you have any informs please call crime line. >> one family in orlando breathing a huge sigh of relief after having a very close with a giant tree. it cracked in half falling across hibiscus street part of the oak tree came krsh crashing the roof. he says he barely escaped when
>> the old oak was in bad shape, calling it an accident waiting to happen. they have about 50 trees on deck for removal. >> this man, dwight land fair is behind bars. burger king and palm coast on friday night. he forced a worker against an ice machine and demanded cash. deputies say land fair matches the description of the domino's robber is and is considered a person of interest in that case. >> they are talking with a women in connection with her boyfriend death. deputies say ware's girlfriend shot him.t circumstances of thet shooting. williams is cooperating and at the moment, she's not under arrest.
daytona wraps up today. 75 years. bicyclers and motorcyclist lovers have been packing the streets. they will continue to count the receipts through the week. there's still plenty to do and check out our facebook page to check out the complete list for bike week's final day. >> get ready to spring forward one hour for daylight saving time. yep, it happened. breaks out the brackets, march madness begins. these stories and more in the week ahead. >> sunday ready or not, it is time to spring forward with daylight saving time. at 2:00 a.m. clocks are moving ahead one hour. take ing advantage of the sunlight. don't worry about losing any sleep, you can make up for it the next day. monday is national mapping day.
type, but studies have shown that short 10 to 20 minute mid-afternoon naps can improve your mood and make you feel more productive. the march 15th primaries could change the state of the 2016 race. as voters in five states in one u.s. territory head to the polls. it could spell the end for some presidential hopefuls. all eyes will be on the winner take all states of florida and ohio. also on tuesday, march madness begins. the field of 68 tips off this year's tournament. the gains will determine the national championships of men's college basketball. on thursday, be sure to wear something green and celebrate the luck of the irish. it is st. patrick's day, the day honoring st. patrick. massive parades are held in cities and others around the world. >> i'm getting my st. patrick's
they may not be big. but they are waterfalls and they are right here in central florida. >> don't expect niagara fall, because this is not. but it is our little waterfall. coming up. find out where you can check out this unique mini waterfall. you're taking a live look inside our control room. there's the crew hard at work. look at those lights and those buttons, don't you want to run in there and hit the lights and see what happens. are you kidding me? >> no.
>> if it is your bert irthday, we want to wish you a very happy birthday. he just posted that's celebrating at the south by southwest festival. >> getting some good barbecue there. >> yeah, i'm sure. >> 42. >> 46. >> right in between. >> good job. we cover all of the bases hear. show. >> i like his hair. i'll say he's 37. >> 37. >> he has that justin timberlake perm thing going on. it is kind of the curly hair perm thing. >> what did you say? >> 37. >> i'll go 46. >> there you go. >> 40.
>> he says it is okay to not stay 39. >> 29 forever. >> it that hard for men? >> it wasn't for me. >> we do have some storm -- when is the last time we have had thunderstorms here? >> yesterday afternoon it looks like it was going to rain. shortly afternoon, but it sprinkled a little bit. >> today we have better dynamics in the atmosphere. what a shame what's going on. because the morning looks good. you're right, yesterday afternoon, it looked a little ominous in some spots. there was not the right dynamics aloft. >> here is the current view looking live from our sun trust camera into northern orange county.
70 degrees in orlando. 70 at the swamp in gainesville. back to the west. these are the showers that will turn into some pretty good downpours and thunderstorms as we go through the afternoon hours. we'll time it out in 60 seconds. that will be the biggest risk for the next five or six days. the warmth lingers all the way through. next weekend looks unsettled. more on that in the 7-day. a live look outside. citrus bowl. oh, man, 0, 0 and 2. 70 degrees outside. the south, southeast winds are coming in at a fair clip this morning. the same thing in melbourne. they are bringing in the warm and now moist air. here is the warmth. >> now these are 9:00 numbers. 10:00 numbers, everybody in the 70s. these are the temperatures, but
of moisture in the atmosphere. the higher the dew point, the more humid it gets. we're starting to feel a humidity with dew points climbing into the mid to upper of o 60s. enjoy the morning. let's time it out for you by noon. 1:00, some rain and thunderstorms. alachua and marion county. rain and thunderstorms scattered throughout a lot of central florida. even into the 5:00, 6:00 hour. look at what happens as we go passed sunset. the rain diminishes and the skies clear. the rest of monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, looking a-ok. this afternoon keep an eye to the sky. if you can dodge the storms that will be good.
otherwise warm and breezy. overnight tonight, look for low temperatures. staying mild. back down only into the 60s with the southwest winds continuing 5 to 10 miles an hour. the accuweather 7-day forecast, 86 today. 86 tomorrow. we stay in the 80s all the way through the next seven days, election day looks spectacular. st. patrick's day looks spectacular. next weekend looks unsettled with storms on saturday and chilly temperatures possible on sunday and monday. weather baby time, who to we have right now? >> look at that guy. >> caden is one smooth cool dude. >> what do you think? >> i love the hat. he totally wears that hat. >> the outfit looking good. i think he's got a tie on. am i correct? am i seeing things? >> i think he does have a tie on. >> i think he's dressed up, a
if you want your child on weather baby, all you have to do is logon to our website and follow the i think so legal description -- links. >> everything from oceans to caves, did you know there are some waterfalls hidden in the midst of our flat lands. one of central florida's beautiful hidden gems. >> patricia loves going to this patchy part of lake county woods. >> preserve. >> it sits just east of mt. dora. with the lake county water authority which owns the
it is gorgeous and quiet. very peaceful. >> much of that is created by this, a little waterfall. don't expect niagara falls, because this is not. it is our little waterfall. >> but here is the thing about this gorgeous little spot in the woods. you may come back in a month so, that beautiful little waterfall and the creek beyond that will be completely goeb, dry. >> it is only here when lake county gets a bunch of rainfall in a short amount of time. >> a quarter inch every two weeks probably wouldn't do it. you have to get consistent it is x rare.
>> maybe about 100, 150 feet deep. >> geologists think it falls into the earth. >> 800 a thousand feet into the florida aquifer. >> it has been around a long time, not a lot of people know about it though because it is so well-hidden. when the fall shows up, the water authority tries to open up you the preserve for the public. finding excuses to come and oversea. >> my gooden, this is my job. this is so wonderful. >> tom johnson, fox 35 news. >> thank you. >> st. patrick's day is lis than a week away. not everyone has been
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he put together the green panini. lettuce lettuce. avocados, two different green sauces and he'll make it glute p free, if you prefer it. >> really in >> yes. >> lots of people love that place. >> this is a big city tavern. >> they have fish and chips. their batter is made with ipa free. they have smoked french fries and little like gels of malt vinegar. you are in love with this place. >> yes.
they have corn beef. potatoes, and yeah. how can you not want to try something like that. >> that looks like a heart attack on a plate, it is delicious. >> i skipped one. >> raglin rose. >> big irish bar. yes, that's shepherd's pie. much better shepherd's pie. that's a bread pudding that they have, too. >> i would even go before st. patrick's day and beat the crowd. they still have live music and dancing. >> any recommendations as far as what to do? >> i find almost restaurant is going to do something fun. if you want to get into the spirit, but you don't want the green beer, every place will serve some beer, it just might not be green. chances are, there will be a st.
>> the greek restaurant not necessarily irish, but they are also getting into the spirit. >> why not, it is fun. >> the chicken fried corned beef potatoes. is that a week of art with a roasted shallot sliver on top. >> some great options for you. if you want to check those out, we'll have more information. >> where can people find you? >> rona recommends.com. friend, brooks? >> first, we'll talk about today, then i'll have the st. patty's day forecast.
county, you'll get wet in the 12:00, 1:00 hour. everywhere else scattered showers and thunderstorms. 86 degrees tomorrow. st. patrick's day looking good with high temperatures in the upper 80s on st. patrick's day as we see beautiful conditions continuing on for the next few days. next weekend, a little unsettled.
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