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Involved, when we see you - a mississippi man convicted in- eight killings has been given - the death penalty for four of - the slayings.
- yesterday jurors agreed - unanimously to sentence willie- godbolt to death on four capita- murder convictions- arising from the eight killings- in may 2017.- he is getting life sentences fo- the other four murder - convictions.- - the department of corrections i- investigating two more deaths - at the state penitentiary at- parchman.
- in a statement today, m-doc sai- the two bodies have been sent - off for autopsies to determine- the cause and - manner of death.- sunflower county coroner heathe- burton said she was - notified lastnight of one - inmate's death, and a second- death was reported this morning- both are believed to be from- natural causes, and - autorities say they haven't - found any evidence of foul- play.
- the identities of the inmates - have not been released.
- - the risk of spread and impact o- the coronavirus is- now "very high" at a global level, according to the world - health- organization- w-h-o - .
- w-h-o today said this is the- highest level of alarm, but - containment is still possible.- just yesterday, the c-d-c - reported more than 80 thousand- confirmed cases and more than - 28-hundred deaths.- tonight officials in northern - california are- tracking more new cases of- coronavirus -- amid rising- concerns the virus may be - spreading from person to- person.
- it comes as the u.s. government- is ramping up its response.
- while the white house is- projecting calm and confidence,- wall street and the world - markets reflect the growing - worries.- alice barr is in washington wit- the latest.
- - graphic - map in/out- -------:00-:11- from coast to coast, state- governments -- ramping up - preparations to battle the- coronavirus -- amid conflicting- signals from health officials - over whether it's already - spreading across the country.
- the virus is sweeping other - - - - parts of the world -- with- disneyland shutting down in - tokyo -- and olympics - officials considering scaling - down the torch relay.
- wall street in its seventh day- of a massive sell-off -- as the- trump - administration accuses its- critics of being alarmist.- sot mick mulvaney / acting whit- house - chief of staff :28-:31- "what i might do today to calm the markets is tell people to - turn their televisions- off for 24 hours."
The new york times reporting to- health officials -- - graphic - ny times headline - :33-:37 - have been instructed not to - speak on the topic without- clearance.- president trump today insisting- the threat is low -- while- saying- he's considering new- travel restrictions into the- u-s.- sot pres.
Trump / no super- needed :44-:50- "we're looking at a couple of countries, a few countries that- have a little bit - disproportionately high number.- today there are new questions - about what may be the first u-s- - - - case of "community spread" -- woman in- northern california now on a- ventilator after- contracting the disease --- without the risk factors of - travel or close contact with a- known patient.
Sot dr. dean - blumberg/ uc davis- infectious disease expert - 1:06-1:11 - - - - "this is probably the tip of th iceberg.
There's probably other- patients who are- getting this disease who are- more mildly affected."
The patient lives in the same - county as travis air force base- where hundreds of americans wer- taken for quarantine.
- a new whistleblower complaint -- obtained by the - new york times -- claims some - federal workers greeting those- evacuees -- didn't have the - right training or safety- equipment.- sot rep.
John garamendi / d-ca- 1:29-1:34 - "how else did this illness get into the community?
Most likely- high probability, - it came from the patients" health officials now trying to- figure out whether others - may have been exposed -- and- could be passing on the - coronavirus.- .
- - the cdc is now issuing new- testing guidelines -- and - sending test kits to public - health labs nationwide -- as- early as- next week - - while flu activity in the - country remains high... it has- slightly decreased for a second- week in a row.- that is according to the latest- data from the c-d-c.- there have been at least 32-- million cases of the flu- reported- so far this season.
- more than 310-thousand people - had to be hospitalized... - - - - and at least 18-thousand have - died.
Another 20 children died- from the flu ... bringing the - pediatric death toll to 125.- - the house of representatives on- friday passed legislation to- put broad restrictions on - flavored vaping and tobacco - products.
- the bill would ban flavored - tobacco products, - including menthol- flavored - vaping items and- cigarettes.
- it follows a ban on most- flavored vaping products- announced by the white house- last month.
- democrats were unhappy with the- ban, which left menthol - flavored products intact and- allowed for tank-based- products in vape shops in every- flavor.
- most house republicans voted- against the bill.
- the legislation isn't expected- to pass in the republican-- controlled senate.- - now, here's meteorologist ryan- mahan, with a quick look at - - - - your weather.
- - dry tranquil weather will - prevail through the weekend wit- surface - high pressure gradually moving- from the central gulf - coast region- to off the south atlantic coast- skies are expected to be- mainly- clear/mostly sunny going throug- saturday before - - - - partly cloudy - skies return sunday.
A low- pressure system will be taking- - - - shape - off the california and baja - coast sunday into - - - - monday and flow - aloft will be transiting to - zonal then southwest- across the- central gulf coast region.
A- chance of showers will- return to - mainly northern/weste rn- portions of forecast area - sunday night- into monday as a weak shortwave- trough passes through the - lower - mississippi valley.
Temperature- will be - - - - it was a busy day at ingalls- shipbuilding today as the - - - - facility hosted the u.s. navy's- principal advisor to the- president.- news 25's grant chighizola- brings us more.
- - admiral micahel gilday has only- been serving as our nation's- chief of naval operations for - just over six months, but - visiting ingalls shipbuilding i- pascagoula was at the top of- his list.
- the four-star admiral made his- first trip to the state's - largest - industrial employer, and flanke- by mississippi's u-s- senators roger wicker and cindy- hyde-smith...he got a first-han- look at ingalls's finest in - action.
- sot- adm.
Michael gilday: chief- of naval operations - "this is a very unique part of american industry that builds - warships right now, - they're building 13 warships fo- the navy-marine corps team that- - - - will soon be out there on the - nations oceans protecting - america's interests."
Speaking of interests, admiral- gilday had the chance - to check out the ships under- construction for the defense- of our nation, along with the - latest work spaces for- ingalls employees, including- covered slab- area-csa iii..
.- despite all the heavy equipment- the facility offers, these- workers seemed to also spark th- admiral's interest.
Michael gilday - "not only do they exude confidence, but they're - passionate about what they do - and they're proud about what- they do, and if you believe in- the adage that atittude - is everything, you're seeing- that today."
Senator wicker believes the - continued success of- ingalls bodes well for the- coast's economy and the next- generation of workers.- sot-roger wicker: senior us - senator from mississippi- "one of the great accomplishments that we've had- is a steady growth in our - shipbuilding capacity and a goo- living, a good opportunity for- young people to come- in and be part of this, to- receive training through our- work development- programs and to spend a career- - - - here if they'd like."
And admiral gilday says the navy's- partnership with- - - - the shipyard will remain strong- now, and for all the years up - ahead on the horizon.
Michael gilday - "i think that ingalls' success is the united states navy's - success and vice versa, so that- relationship is very, very- important."
At ingalls shipbuilding in- pascagoula, grant - chighizola, news 25.- - ingalls shipbuilding and the- u.s. coast guard are- preparing to celebrate another- milestone for a - new vessel.
- tomorrow marks the christening- of the legend-class - national security cutter- 'stone.'- the stone is named after coast- guard commander - elmer 'archie' stone, who serve- from 1910 to 1936 and was a - pioneer in the establishment of- the coast guard and navy's- aviation capabilities.- both the ship's sponsor and - commanding officer say the- vessel will play an important - role in the coast guard and for- national security.- - "these project u.s. coast guard as well - as u.s. national interests over- the horizon.
So, these are ship- that patrol in the- western hemisphere, they're - capable of patrolling all over- the world, supporting and - defending the homeland across - - - - the seas."
"it's a great joy a a great pride for the - united states, too."
Stone is 418 feet in length, ha- a displacement of 4,500 long- tons- and is the ninth legend-class - cutter.
I - it's scheduled to be officially- commissioned sometime in 2021.- - the "tripoli" will be commissioned later this year- before docking- at it's homeport in san diego.- this amphibious assault ship wa- delivered to the u-s navy today- it's the 15th large-deck- amphibious ship built at ingall- and will be the flagship of an- amphibious ready group when it- enters the fleet.
- the ship will be used to- strategically position units- ashore across a full spectrum o- missions including- humanitarian, disaster relief,- security, anti-piracy, and- other operations while providin- air support for - group forces.
- - you can walk in the shoes of on- of the world's most famous- sailors and adventurers - - christopher columbus - right- here in south mississippi.- the nina, and pinta, replicas o- columbus's ships of discovery,- are docked at the biloxi- schooner pier off highway 90 in- east biloxi.- you can take a tour any time- between now and until the ships- departure on monday, march 2nd.- while in port, the public is- invited to visit the ships for - walk-aboard self-guided tour, - daily, starting at 9 am, until - pm.
- admission is $8.50 for adults,- $7.50 for seniors and $6.50 for- students 5 to 16.
- children 4 and under are free.- - - - - coming up.- a full forecast with- meteorologist ryan mahan on - what's shaping up to be a - beautiful weekend on the- coast.- and more news, stick around.- - - dry tranquil weather will - prevail through the weekend wit- surface - - - - high pressure gradually moving- from the central gulf - - - - coast region- to off the south atlantic coast- skies are expected to be- - - - mainly- clear/mostly sunny going throug- saturday before - - - - partly cloudy - skies return sunday.
A low- pressure system will be taking- - - - shape - off the california and baja - coast sunday into - - - - monday and flow - aloft will be transiting to - zonal then southwest- - - - across the- central gulf coast region.
A- chance of showers will- - - - return to - mainly northern/weste rn- portions of forecast area - - - - sunday night- into monday as a weak shortwave- trough passes through the - - - - lower - mississippi valley.
Temperature- will be - - - - returning to near normal- to above normal during the- period.
- models have substantial timing- differences - - - - bringing southwest- storm system major shortwave- trough and- - - - associated surface- low/cold front- through the central gulf coast- region tuesday- - - - night through wednesday night.- have the highest chances of - - - - showers - and thunderstorms tuesday into- wednesday.
The- - - - amount of shear and - - - - approaches the coastal areas.
- - - - - -tonight in history-- - - - on february 28, 1983, this show- became the most watched - - - - television program in history - when the final episode aired.
- - - - - there are 41 days until opening- day for the biloxi- shuckers and the organization i- searching for its next singers- for the national anthem.- tomorrow morning, 10-o- clock - sharp at edgewater mall - in biloxi off highway 90.
- auditions will end at noon.
- there are 70 spots to fill for- each of the shuckers 2020 - regular season home games.- those that wish to audition - should come prepared to - perform the entirety of 'the- star-spangled banner.'- performances should be less tha- 90 seconds, and individual- singers, instrumentalists and - bands are welcome to- audition.
- - locals are lacing up their shoe- for tomorrow's get- ready to run kids' one-mile fun- run at usm's gulf park campus i- long beach.
- more than 12-hundred students - have already- registered for tomorrow's race,- hosted by blue cross blue - shield, but everyone's invited- to head on out- tomorrow and pound the pavement- it kicks off at 9 am tomorrow - morning in long beach.- - - - - a mississippi man is getting- ready to walk across his entire- home- state, and it's all to raise- awareness for a cause that hits- close to home.- ken stevens started his - four-hundred-eleven mile trek - in biloxi today to raise- awareness for meth addiction.
- his journey will eventually end- in corinth.
- stevens, who says he's a- recovering addict, plans on - holding meetings in 14 differen- cities on his journey.- all donations will go to the- broken lives ministry,- mothers against drunk driving..- and the monroe county sheriff's- office.
- - coming up later,- all coaching careers have up's- and down's... but there's one - that came to an end today...- that might have more up's than- anyone- else in high school volleyball- history.- - plus, details on this year's- prom closet, helping young- ladies find - the perfect dress for less than- 15 dollars.
- - vo: in life, there are talkers and there are doers.
Mike bloomberg has spent his life getting things done.
Started a company from scratch, creating 20,000 good paying jobs.
That's getting it done.
As mayor, he rebuilt a shaken city after 9/11, created over 450,000 jobs.
Expanded healthcare to 700,000 and raised teacher pay.
Elected for three terms because he got things done.
Mike beat the nra, strengthening gun laws.
He beat big coal, closing over 300 dirty coal fired plants.
Mike is still getting things done.
So ask yourself.
For president, do you want a debater or a doer?
Someone with workable, common sense plans to fix healthcare and create jobs, who's done both.
Mike has the record and resources to beat trump.
And it will take both.
But mike will get it done.
Bloomberg: i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message.
- it's jolly time!- the bacot mccarty foundation- hosted their- annual jolly kickoff today.
- the jolly mccarty memorial- raises money for- multiple non-profits and- organizations throughout the- coast.- they do this with a series of - events including the largest- golfing fundraiser in jackson - county's history.
- the jolly was started at least- 16 years ago, and has raised- millions of dollars during that- time.
- - "well we try to focus on youth and - education as our primary goal,- we do try to look at anything - that betters our local- community but obviously - education is a big thing, were- very much into helping, - maybe the boys and girls club,- we help people with special - needs, is a major - focus of what we try to do."
- - - if you would like to get- involved with the bacot mccarty- foundation you can head to thei- website, bacot mccarty dot org.- - a local group is making it- easier for everyone to shine- bright on - prom night.
- the junior auxiliary of biloxi- - - - and ocean springs is hosting it- prom closet tomorrow from 10 am- to 2 pm at- "in the zone" in saint martin the closet provides gently used- long and short formal - dresses, accessories, and shoes- all items are less than $15 - dollars.- there are also prizes up for- grabs... attendees can- enter free raffles to win hair- services, manicures, and- gift cards.
- last year the prom closet was - able to serve more than 250 - young ladies thanks to the- generosity of locals.
- the auxiliary is currently- collecting donations.
- you can drop off dresses, shoes- and accessories at- the handy lock storage or the - de-ja-vu consignment- boutique in ocean springs.- - the humane society of south - mississippi is teaming up with- north shore animal league - america's 2020 tour for life.
- it's the world's largest- national cooperative life-savin- mobile pet adoption event.- this year, from the first - weekend of march to the end - of april, tour for life will- travel across the nation in - customized "shelters on wheels" the effort helps shelter- partners and rescue groups in - 53 cities, covering more than - 20-thousand miles, to bring - awareness of these organization- and help find - loving homes for adoptable- animals in their care.- - " so when you adopt a pet from hssm, it will - inlcude their spay/nuter surger- they will be microchipped, they- will- be up to date on all of their - vaccinations, you will get a- free bag of pet food, you will- also- get free 30 days pet health - insurance, and of course a- lifetime of unconditional love.- - - - you can check it out this - saturday, february 29th - from 10am to 2pm at petsmart at- the crossroads parkway in - gulfport.
- there will be lots of giveaways- and prizes at this- event, so you wont want to miss- it!
- - four green sea turtles were - released back into the ocean!
- the young turtles were rescued- and treated for - various injuries at gumbo limbo- nature center in "boca raton."
They spent four months there...- and after some rehabilitation..- they're ready to go off on thei- own.- one turtle, named "peter parker was accidentally- caught by a fisherman... and ha- an injured flipper.
- - "peter parker was tangled at th deerfield beach fishing pier.
- uh, unfortunately lost one of - his front flippers- because the entanglement was so- severe it fractured the flipper- and caused a- bone infection.
Now, we're- really fortunate though that- turtle made a full recovery,- and missing one flipper is not- gonna' slow him down."
The other three turtles were- named ultron, nightcrawler- and yellow jacket.- - after the break,- a closer look at a little - library, promoting a big lesson- on- sharing.- this week's hometown hero made- it all possible.- we've got the full story, - straight ahead.
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- here on the coast, you can find- a good story even in the- - - - littlest of places... and the - woman making it all happen is - this- week's hometown hero.
- - nats book page turning- - - - nats elaine reading: "just a ba day.
I wanted a bowl of sugar - crispies.
- nats- elaine on cam: "but i had to have oatmeal instead" nats of train - elaine: "they say reading opens up different areas of your brai- that you don't- get in any other activity."
- - - katherine sutton: "you go to a different world."
And that's just what happened - for eileen whittemore..
- eileen: "if we can get people's brain's working, i think that's- a good thing."
She'll be the first to show you- how a good read can affect- the brain...eileen is actively- involved in numerous- activities in the community, as- well as in her church, the- nourishing place.
- nats- her latest project... - train nats- is on the right track to making- a difference in the lives of- children here on the coast.
- brenda boothe, the nourishing - place: "these children did not own books at home.- we also found out that children- not reading at a third grade- reading level by the third- grade are more than likely goin- to drop out of school."
So eileen had the idea to creat- little lending libraries...and- got the green light to move - forward.- jane stanley, nourishing place- pastor: "it's a team effort to make sure - these kids have access to books- they want to read and can keep.- they can take a - - - - book, they can bring it back an- get another one, or they can- keep them."
What started out as an after- school tutoring program, quickl- grew out of bounds.
- but not without a little- inspiration from eileen's late- - - - husband.- eileen: "he was interested in kids and reading."
Brenda: "when earl's birthday came around, she asked people t- bring children's books, - and we started distributing - those."
Now children can find these - little lending libraries at 5 - - - - coastal schools, three churches- ruth's garden, and the gulf - coast railroad museum.- katherine: "it's geared towards everybody, all the demographics- here, and what a great- place to put a free library tha- inside a free musem.
The kids - love it, they come, - - - - some of them read out here."
Brenda: when earl passed away,- eileen thought about not- continuing.
But we- said no.
It means too much to - everyone in the community and t- the children."
- - - as simple words on a page, carr- them to other destinations... - all with the hope of knowing- they too can write their own- stories.- jane: "the whole idea is to hel children enjoy learning.
It - gives them confidence.
It - makes them excited about life.- we're located in a low income - area of - gulfport on purpose.
We need to- be there as an inspiration to - families; single moms,- kids, encouraging them that - life...doesn't matter how much- money you have, as- long as you have life, you have- hope."
- - - - over the years, they've - collected thousands of- books and now have 10 little- lending libraries across- gulfport- and long beach.
- - ryan will have a full forecast- after the break.... - plus... - a sneak peek at movies coming t- the big screen in this week's - - - - box office preview.
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Wxxv >> 4990 intersection looking pretty nice outside.
No obvious humidity aerial a brigh light beer so speak you know, lighting up the night that extra days.
None of that happening down here on highway 49 falcon- dry tranquil weather will - prevail through the weekend wit- surface - high pressure gradually moving- - - - from the central gulf coast - region- to off the south atlantic coast- skies are expected to be- mainly- - - - clear/mostly sunny going throug- saturday before - partly cloudy - - - - skies return sunday.
A low- pressure system will be taking- shape - - - - off the california and baja - coast sunday into - monday and flow - aloft will be transiting to - - - - zonal then southwest across the- central gulf coast region.
A- chance of showers will- - - - return to - mainly northern/weste rn- portions of forecast area - - - - sunday night- into monday as a weak shortwave- trough passes through the - lower - - - - mississippi valley.
Temperature- will be - returning to near normal- - - - to above normal during the- period.
- models have substantial timing- - - - differences bringing southwest- storm system major shortwave- trough and- associated surface- - - - low/cold front- through the central gulf coast- region tuesday- night through wednesday night.- - - - have the highest chances of - showers - and thunderstorms tuesday into- wednesday.
The- amount of shear and - - - - instability may be supportive o- locally strong to possibly- - - - severe- thunderstorms over portions of- the area during this time, but- - - - there is still quite a bit of - uncertainty regarding the - amount of - - - - threat.
The system and cold - front should push through - wednesday - night or thursday bringing dry- - - - -history trivia reveal- - on february 28, 1983, this show- - - - became the most watched - television program in history - when the final episode aired.
- - - - - in 2017 universal pictures, - released a remake of "the mummy."
It was supposed to be the - beginning of a series of- monster movies dubbed the "dark universe."
But "the mummy" fe short of expectations, and the- company - turned-out-the-lights on the- dark universe...instea- d embracing a different - strategy.
- the first film to come from tha- revamped version arrives- this weekend.
- raphael seth has more in the bo- office preview.
- - nat - true love never fades in "the invisible man."
Elizabeth moss stars in this modern twist on - the horror classic.
Her - husband is a brilliant but- abusive scientist,- dictating her every move.
She - manages to leave their house, - but - can't escape the relationship,- even after the control freak is- found dead.
So when sinister- things start happening as - moss recovers with friends, the- survivor discovers that - what she can't see, can hurt- her.
"the invisible man" is rated r.- nat - steve coogan gives deep - discounts on deadly sins in - "greed."
He plays a bespoke billionaire, amassing his - fortune through off-the-rack- fashion.
But his tailor-made- empire falls to bargain basemen- prices when he's- called-out for exploitative - business practices.
And he- figures the best way to - stitch-up his tattered- reputation is to- throw a lavish party in the - mediterranean.
"greed" is rate r.- nat - explore the world with faith, - and trust, but no pixie dust in- "wendy."
This "peter pan facsimile flies a path of - magical - - - - realism toward neverland.
- "beasts of the southern wild" director benh zeitlin follows a- ragtag crew of kids on a- mystical journey.
But time and- age don't follow the- rules on their fantasy- island...making the lost boys - and girls choose whether to sta- there and stay young, or- return home to their families.- "wendy" is rated pg-13.
- coming up after the break,- the moss point girls basketball- team is still dancing... thanks- to the heroics of a scoring - machine... better known as roby- lee.- news 25 sports... next.
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- here on the gulf coast... we're- probably not too familiar with- the - mc-comb girls basketball- program... but moss point sure- is.
- the lady tigers beat mc-comb, i- last year's elite 8 showdown...- by- just three points... to advance- to the final four.- and what do you know... it's th- same exact elite 8 match-up,- this- year... at the coast coliseum.- tigers versus tigers, on the bi- stage... moss point looking to- punch its second straight - ticket, to the final four... in- ethan - porter's first two years, as- head coach.
- but not a whole lot of action,- in the first half... robyn lee- no- good... but moss point was by - - - - far the more aggressive team, o- the boards... jada matthews wit- the runner... and - back and forth these teams woul- go.
- de-ondrea young carrying mc-- comb, in the early going... - from the land of good and - plenty... yes ma'am... tigers i- white take a 7-5 lead.- now let it be known... that - robyn lee is indeed the - truth... pretty ball movement t- get it to the alpha... and she'- able to finish... plus the- foul... just wait until i tell- you how - many points she had later.- - - - second quarter now... and it's- right back to the same play, fo- the tigers... lee turning - biscuits into baskets, with the- bunny - bank... 13-12 moss point.
- but mc-comb not to be denied, a- the end of the half... chanel - gayden able to absorb the - contact... and one... free thro- no good, though... and so it's- 14-13 mc-comb... at the end - of a low-scoring first half.- in the third... moss point came- out playing with its hair on- fire... - look at the dish... and look at- the finish, from matthews...- another three-point play, for - the lady tigers... and they wer- just getting started.
- opening up the second half on a- 8-oh run... no passengers, in - lee's car... but she's still- cruising, in the hov lane...- gimme - that... another and one... lee- had eight rebounds and four - steals... but it was all about- the scoring.- not even sure what mc-comb is - thinking trying to run a full - court press... all gas... no- brakes... and no stopping robyn- lee... this - girl is on fire... and there's - gallon of gasoline near-by.
- lee not only a point guard... - but also playing center field,- on- defense... and just like that - she's taking it back the other- way... how you want it... lee - playing out of her mind, in the- second half.- 21-14 moss point, here in the - third... and after a 31-point - masterpiece, from queen lee...- the tigers win... 43-28.- - - - - - four more coast teams ready to- tip things off, tomorrow... wit- gulfport-biloxi serving as the- head-liner, at 8-30.- harrison central boys and girls- will preceed what's - sure to be an instant classic..- at 7 and 5-30... respectively.- all games to be played... at th- coliseum.
- - on the gridiron... one of the - best up and coming talents, for- the - class of 20-21... is now up to - half-dozen offers.- biloxi wide receiver elijah - sabbatini received an - offer from arkansas state, this- morning... in addition to his - other five collegiate offers.
I- 20-19... sabbatini led the- - - - indians, in receiving yards...- with more than 23 yards, per- reception.- between rushing and receiving..- he combined for four total- touchdowns... and more than 600- all-purpose yards... when you - factor in the return game.- - the end of an era, at our lady- academy... upon the retirement- of long-time volleyball coach - mike meyers.- a staple of high school - volleyball, in bay st.
Louis...- meyers steps down after 20- years, at the helm... in which- he won 20 consecutive division- titles.
- if that's not enough... how - about playing in 17 state title- games... and winning 14 state - crowns... including the - last eight in a row.- now that's what we call... goin- out on top.
- congrats coach... on a great- run.- - - - - - - - - stay with us, gulf coast.
- you're watching news 25 on fox.- - - thwarting a bank robbery -- - putting out a fire -- - and rescuing someone from a - collapsed building... - it was all in a day's work for - 10-year-old boy from florida --- who made a wish to be a - superhero robot.- dave mcdaniel explains.
- - nats- they say if you're going to - dream -- dream big.
- "this is the orange county sheriff's office- swat team, with robogaige.
Come- out of the bank with your hands- up, do it now."
10-year-old gaige pike-- born - with a condition, which include- abnormal tissue growth -- a boy- recovering from open heart- surgery -- told make a wish --- he wanted to be a robot super - hero -- robogaige was born.
- nats- a concussion to distract the- - - - make believe robber -- then - robegaige moved in.
- "don't you move or robogaige will hit you- with that laser again."
Gaige pike/10 years old: "these are the lasers i used to catch- the bad guy."
- - - amanda pike/mother: "it's so much bigger than i honestly - thought it was going to - be."
Nats- not satisfied with thwarting a- robbery -- there was a fire to- put - - - - out as well --- nats- and a fire victim to save -- a- trip on the tower truck for goo- measure.- amanda pike/mother: "he's just over the moon, because all of - this we kept a secret - until today.
Before he couldn't- really like participate in bein- a kid.
He couldn't run- around and play and do anything- like this at all."
Hundreds worked to coordinate i- all -- the sheriff's- department and fire services --- all so make a wish could do - what it does best.- anne cuba/make-a-wish: "he's doing his super hero pose and - waving to the crowd,- in that moment of being a super- hero, you can't...money can't - buy any of that."
Amanda pike/mother: "to have hi being able to save people, put- out fires and - - - - everything... it's like the bes- day of his entire life."
Dave mcdaniel/reporting: "all the organizers asked the- community - to turn out, to make this super- hero wish, extra special.
They- all came--- enthusiastic- and carrying signs."
Mayor jerry demings/orange- county, florida:- "congratulations to you and thank you for catching - bad guy today."
Orange county's mayor showed hi- support.- mayor jerry demings/orange- county, florida: "it doesn't ge any better- than this, so we're very proud- of robogaige and this young man- - - - what he really means to all of- us."
Gaige pike/10 years old: "well, i really just wanted to save- people."
His final rescue was from a - - - - simulated building collapse.- a full day to be sure.- gaige pike/10 years old: "it wa just a little scary, but we got- through."
And those who turned out--- - lined the way for gaige as his- work- was finished.
- one last thanks for choosing- "saving others"--- as a once i a - lifetime wish.- amanda pike/mother: "he's one o the most generous and kind soul- that i have ever- met in my life, he is my hero.- for everything that he's gone - through and - overcome, and everything like - that, i cannot be more proud to- call him my son."
Gaige pike/10 years old: "i'm feeling great and little tired- - - - too."
- ryan will have a final forecast- - - - after the break don't go- anywhere-- news 25 will be righ- back.
- - dry tranquil weather will - prevail through the weekend wit- surface - high pressure gradually moving- from the central gulf - coast region- - - - to off the south atlantic coast- skies are expected to be- mainly- clear/mostly sunny going throug- - - - saturday before partly cloudy - skies return sunday.
A low- pressure system will be taking- - - - shape - off the california and baja - coast sunday into - - - - monday and flow - aloft will be transiting to - zonal then southwest- across the- - - - central gulf coast region.
A- chance of showers will- return to - - - - mainly northern/weste rn- portions of forecast area - sunday night- - - - into monday as a weak shortwave- trough passes through the - lower - - - - mississippi valley.
Temperature- will be - returning to near normal- - -