What to Know
- It’s Wednesday, April 3rd – and NBC 6 has the top six stories you need to know for the day.
It’s Wednesday, April 3rd – and NBC 6 has the top six stories you need to know for the day.
Weather wise, South Florida is in for a windy middle of the week as the latest front moves through the area.
No. 1 - The man who allegedly killed his wife and 10-year-old daughter with a machete over the weekend was captured Tuesday after a dayslong manhunt.
Miami Gardens police confirmed Noel Chambers, 57, was taken into custody after Fire Station 38 firefighters called police before 6 p.m. and spotted him in front of their station. Chambers is facing murder charges in the killings of Lorrice Harris and Shayla Chambers.
No. 2 - A woman carrying two Chinese passports and a device containing computer malware lied to Secret Service agents and briefly gained admission to President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago club over the weekend during his Florida visit, federal prosecutors allege in court documents.
Yujing Zhang, 32, approached a Secret Service agent at a checkpoint outside the Palm Beach club early Saturday afternoon and said she was a member who wanted to use the pool, court documents said.
No. 3 - Federal officials are once again expanding a detention camp for migrant children in Homestead as the number of immigrants crossing into the U.S. rises.
Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schulz said in a Tuesday statement that the Trump administration notified members of Congress that its capacity was growing from 2,350 to 3,200.
No. 4 - David Beckham's planned Major League Soccer stadium in South Florida is another step closer to reality.
The Fort Lauderdale City Commission voted Tuesday night to enter into an interim agreement with Beckham's group, one that will allow the MLS club to demolish Lockhart Stadium as a precursor to building a stadium of its own on that plot of land.
No. 5 - Actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman are expected in court Wednesday to face charges that they participated in a wide-ranging college admissions cheating scam.
The actresses along with Loughlin's fashion designer husband Mossimo Giannulli and dozens of others were charged last month in a scheme in which authorities say parents paid an admissions consultant to bribe college coaches and rig test scores to get their children into elite universities.
No. 6 - A Miami doctor is facing action against his medical license based on the way he performed the Brazilian butt lift procedure on two of his patients.
The Florida Board of Medicine will decide on Friday whether Dr. Arnaldo Valls will face a reprimand against his license. He's also facing a $15,000 fine, a medical records course, and being prevented from performing the Brazilian butt lift procedure until his technique is evaluated by another physician.