What to Know
- It’s Friday, May 10th – and NBC 6 has the top stories you need to know for the day.
It’s Friday, May 10th – and NBC 6 has the top stories you need to know for the day.
Weather wise, the warmth and humidity stick around for the Mother’s Day weekend and into the start of next week with high temperatures in the upper 80s and low 90s.
No. 1 - Deputies in Palm Beach County have arrested the mother of a newborn baby who was found crying inside of an apartment complex's dumpster earlier this week.
Officials announced the arrest of 35-year-old Rafaelle Sousa, who was taken into custody late Thursday night, while officials tweeted out a message Friday morning saying that Sousa admitted to delivering the baby before placing her in a bag and throwing it in the dumpster of the Boca Raton complex.
No. 2 - Two men were found shot and killed inside a vehicle Thursday in Allapattah, police said.
The shooting happened before 8 p.m. in the area of NW 14th and 35th streets. Officers found the men inside the vehicle, suffering from gunshot wounds before they died at the scene.
No. 3 - Authorities are searching for two suspects who were caught on camera robbing a man at gunpoint at an ATM in Tamarac.
The robbery happened just before 12:30 a.m. on May 3 at the walk-up ATM at the Bank of America at 5900 Rock Island Road, BSO authorities said the two thieves walked up and demanded the 57-year-old victim hand over everything he had.
No. 4 - President Donald Trump's latest tariff hike on Chinese goods took effect Friday and Beijing said it would retaliate, escalating a battle over China's technology ambitions and other trade tensions.
The Trump administration raised duties on $200 billion of Chinese imports to 25% from 10%. China's Commerce Ministry said it would impose "necessary countermeasures" but gave no details.
No. 5 – Music fans are preparing for the second Rollin Loud hip hop festival taking place at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens. The three day event starts Friday and ends Sunday.
No. 6 - What may begin as a fun or flirty text or email containing intimate pictures or video can quickly become a humiliating experience for those depicted —and even a crime, for someone sharing them without permission.
The NBC 6 Investigators spoke with those who have been victims of private pics that have gone public and have tips on what you should do if you think you have become a victim. For more on this story, click here.