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  • Steve Miller Band & Peter Frampton Live at Hard Rock

    It will be a night packed with classic rock hits when Steve Miller Band and Peter Frampton perform live at the Hard Rock Event Center in Hollywood on Saturday, July 21st! Frampton fans will get to hear hits like "Show Me The Way", "Do You Feel Like We Do" and "Baby, I Love Your Way"! Steve Miller fans will be rocking out to classic staples like "Jet Airliner", "Take The Money and Run" and "The Joker"! The concert starts at 7:30 p.m. For tickets or more information click here.

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  • Steel Pulse Live in Fort Lauderdale

    Steel Pulse plays live at the Culture Room in Fort Lauderdale on Friday, August 10th. Fans will be calling for hits like "Rally Round","Steppin' Out", "Blues Dance Raid" and "Chant A Psalm"! The show starts at 8 p.m. For tickets or more information click here.

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  • Families of Parkland school shooting victims file complaint against gun manufacturer

    The families of two of the the 17 victims killed in the Feb. 14 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have filed a lawsuit against the manufacturer and seller of the Smith and Wesson M&P15 semiautomatic rifle used in the Parkland shooting. Fred and Jennifer Guttenberg, the parents of Jaime Guttenberg, 14, and Max Schachter, the father of Alex Schachter, 14, filed the lawsuit Wednesday in Broward Circuit Court. According to a news release announcing the legal action, the complaint...

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  • Trump cancels summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un

    President Donald Trump canceled the planned June 12 summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un Thursday, citing the "tremendous anger and open hostility" in a recent statement from the North. Trump said in a letter to Kim released by the White House that based on the statement, he felt it was "inappropriate, at this time, to have this long-planned meeting." He added that the North Koreans talk about their nuclear capabilities, "but ours are so massive and powerful that I pray to God they will never...

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  • Police officer directs traffic in purple wig to pay off debt to 5th grade student

    Students at one elementary school were jolted awake Wednesday morning when they saw who was directing traffic and what he was wearing. Officer Bonebrake of the Woodstock (Ga.) Police Department wore a massive purple wig while on duty, all to pay off a bet. Earlier this year, Bonebrake told Bryan, a fifth grade student, he would do anything he wanted if the boy got his grades up. Bryan lived up to the bet and more by scoring straight A's on his year-end report card.  True to his word,...

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  • Vehicle that caused crash that injured construction worker on I-95 fled scene, victim's family says

    A vehicle that caused a crash Wednesday afternoon on Interstate 95 that injured a construction worker fled the scene, the victim's family told Local 10 News. Florida Highway Patrol Lt. Alvaro Feola confirmed Thursday that investigators are looking into whether a second vehicle might have played a part in causing the crash. The victim's family said the car that struck the worker, identified as Devon Shim, 40, remained at the scene. Authorities said the crash happened shortly after 5 p.m. on the...

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  • 'Get out of my country,' Florida man tells customers at McDonald's

    A Florida man faces multiple charges after he threatened two customers at a McDonald's restaurant with a stun gun and knife and yelled at them to "get out" of America, sheriff's deputies said. It happened early Wednesday in St. Augustine. Mohamed Galal and Zeyad Said told St. Johns County sheriff's deputies that John Jay Smith, 60, approached them while holding a knife and asked if they were "American boys."  An arrest report said Smith yelled, "Get out of my country. You do not deserve to eat...

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  • Nikki Bella Has a Big Wedding Planning Confession to Make to John Cena on Total Bellas: "It's Like I Blew Christmas"

    When it comes to wedding planning, it's easy to get ahead of yourself! In this clip from Sunday's all-new Total Bellas, Nikki Bella has a big confession to make and it may or may...

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  • Tropical threat likely to dampen Memorial Day weekend

    The National Hurricane Center has raised the probability of a tropical (or subtropical) depression or storm forming in the Gulf of Mexico over the next few days to 80 percent.  The distinction between tropical and subtropical is not relevant to the weather it causes. This doesn't in any way change the forecast for South Florida, however. INSIDE: Interactive Radar | Weather Warnings On the satellite picture, you can see where the low pressure center is located now -- the L on the coast of the...

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  • See the Moment Rose McGowan Finds Out She's a New York Times Best Selling Author on CITIZEN ROSE

    Rose McGowan can now add New York Times best selling author to her resume. McGowan gets the news during a phone call from her publishing team in this exclusive clip from tonight's...

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  • Shooting victim dies after being taken to Memorial Hospital Pembroke

    A shooting victim died Wednesday night after being dropped off at a hospital in Pembroke Pines, police said. Pembroke Pines police were called to Memorial Hospital Pembroke after a gunshot victim was dropped off at the emergency room. The man died by the time police arrived. Detectives believe the shooting happened in the parking lot of the Gatehouse at Pine Lake apartments off Pines Boulevard. The victim has not been identified. His death is being investigated as a homicide. Stay with Local 10...

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  • Shooting victim dies after being taken to Memorial Hospital, police say

    A shooting victim died after being dropped off at a hospital in Pembroke Pines, according to police. The man’s death is now being treated as a homicide. Pembroke Pines police responded to Memorial Hospital Pembroke after a gunshot victim was dropped off at the emergency room. The man died by the time police arrived. Police believe the shooting happened in the parking lot at the Gatehouse Apartments off Pines Blvd. The victim has not been identified. Stay with Local 10 and Local10.com for...

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  • See the Moment Rose McGowan Finds Out She's a New York Times Best Selling Author on CITIZEN ROSE

    Rose McGowan can now add New York Times best selling author to her resume. McGowan gets the news during a phone call from her publishing team in this exclusive clip from tonight's...

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  • Shooting victim dies after being taken to Memorial Hospital Pembroke

    A shooting victim died Wednesday night after being dropped off at a hospital in Pembroke Pines, police said. Pembroke Pines police were called to Memorial Hospital Pembroke after a gunshot victim was dropped off at the emergency room. The man died by the time police arrived. Detectives believe the shooting happened in the parking lot of the Gatehouse at Pine Lake apartments off Pines Boulevard. The victim has not been identified. His death is being investigated as a homicide. Stay with Local 10...

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  • Shooting victim dies after being taken to Memorial Hospital, police say

    A shooting victim died after being dropped off at a hospital in Pembroke Pines, according to police. The man’s death is now being treated as a homicide. Pembroke Pines police responded to Memorial Hospital Pembroke after a gunshot victim was dropped off at the emergency room. The man died by the time police arrived. Police believe the shooting happened in the parking lot at the Gatehouse Apartments off Pines Blvd. The victim has not been identified. Stay with Local 10 and Local10.com for...

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  • David Hogg calls for 'die-in' protests at South Florida Publix

    Parkland school shooting survivor and activist David Hogg plans to hold "die-in" protests at two Publix stores Friday over the Florida grocery store chain's support for gubernatorial candidate Adam Putman. "Publix is a NRA sell out. In Parkland, we will have a die-in the Friday (the 25th) before Memorial Day weekend. Starting at 4 p.m. for 12 minutes inside our two Publix stores. Just go and lie down starting at 4. Feel free to die-in with us at as many other Publix as possible," Hogg wrote on...

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  • Phone won't stop ringing? How to stop those annoying robocalls

    "Press 1 to get a hassle-free assessment," prompts one chirpy recording. Another bubbly voice promises "a great insurance plan at the price you can afford."  These are the some of the messages left for Kerry Weston by robocalls. "It's extremely annoying," she said.   Weston's days are, typically, chock full of phone calls she has to take and make as an assignments editor in the Local 10 newsroom.    The annoying -- and in most cases, illegal -- robocalls she receives on her cellphone are just an...

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  • Richie Incognito held for involuntary psychiatric evaluation in Boca Raton

    Former Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Richie Incognito was taken into custody at a South Florida gym Wednesday for an involuntary psychiatric evaluation, police said. Officers were called to a disturbance Wednesday morning at Life Time Athletic on Yamato Road, Boca Raton police Officer Jessica Desir said.   TMZ reported the alleged victim said Incognito threw a tennis ball and a dumbbell in his direction before shouting, "Get off my [expletive] playground." Incognito spent four seasons with...

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  • Man wanted for violently attacking car, passenger with sledgehammer

    Philadelphia police are searching for an unknown man caught on surveillance camera violently hitting an SUV and its passenger with a sledgehammer. The incident took place Tuesday afternoon when the suspect, driving a pickup truck, blocked the SUV driver from leaving the parking lot of a business, police said. The suspect got out of the pickup with a sledgehammer and is seen on camera repeatedly smashing the SUV's drivers side window. The SUV driver tried to leave the parking lot, but the...

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  • Delray Beach police rescue children after woman holds them on building ledge

    Delray Beach Police Department officers released video Wednesday of a 23-year-old woman who they believe was putting her two children in danger.  The barefoot woman, a shirtless 3-year-old girl wearing leggings and a 1-year-old boy wearing only diapers were on the narrow rain-soaked ledge of the second floor of a townhouse --- about 15 to 20 feet above the ground.  Officers Rob Addea and Matt Warne arrived and stood under the ledge, fearing it was slippery on the rainy Saturday afternoon. "Just...

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  • Tropical depression now more likely for South Florida, experts say

    The National Hurricane Center in Miami is giving a low pressure system moving into the Gulf of Mexico a 70 percent chance of tropical cyclone development within the next five days. South Florida is still on track for an extended period of wet weather beginning Friday and continuing through the Memorial Day holiday weekend. The only question is whether South Florida will see heavy rain now and then, or an extended period of significant rain. It's likely to get noticeably breezy over the weekend...

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  • Security guard threatens to detain activist for filming outside ICE facility

    Immigration activist Maria Asuncion-Bilbao was walking on the sidewalk, outside of the fence of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's office in Miramar, when a security guard showed her his handcuffs and threatened to detain her.  Asuncion-Bilbao was filming a line of migrants who were standing under the rain Tuesday. She has been documenting how ICE doesn't provide them with enough parking or shelter while they comply with check-in orders.  "It's raining. There are talks here about...

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  • Man accused of trying to kidnap 4 children outside Deerfield Beach school

    A man was arrested early Wednesday after deputies said he tried kidnap four children outside a Deerfield Beach elementary school. The Broward County Sheriff's Office said Milor Michel, 27, was arrested at Park Ridge Elementary School, but did not provide any additional details.

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  • 'He was everything for me,' woman says about husband killed on I-95

    A woman spoke to Local 10 News Wednesday, a week after her husband was fatally struck by a car on Interstate 95 in Oakland Park. Aleshandra Favre said she still can't believe how much her life changed in one week. "He was everything for me," she said. Favre was married to her husband, Juan Pedro Garcia, for 13 years. The couple have two young daughters together. Police said Bradley Ruben, 32, crashed his vehicle into Garcia May 16. Garcia had just moved his wife's car, which had crashed earlier...

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