6 To Know: 2nd Parkland Student Dies by Suicide, Apple Video Service To be Announced

Keep the umbrella handy this Monday morning as showers could roll into the region by the late morning, early afternoon.

Expect to see partly cloudy skies and temps in the upper 60s to low 70s as we kick off the day.

Click here for your First Alert Forecast. Here are today's top stories.

1- Second Parkland Student Dies by Suicide

A second survivor of the Parkland school shooting has died in what police are calling an apparent suicide, according to officials.

The identity of the student has not been released, but Coral Springs Police Department Public Information Officer Tyler Reik said the deceased was a Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student, NBC News reported.

On Monday, Broward Schools Superintendent Robert Runcie tweeted about the tragedy, saying that he met with the young man’s family on Sunday.

"It is with great sadness that I report to you that a student enrolled at Marjory Stoneman Douglas committed suicide yesterday evening," he said. "After visiting with the his wonderful family today, I got a sense of what a great young man he was. Please hold up this family in your prayers."

News of the teenager's death comes days after 19-year-old Sydney Aiello was laid to rest. Aiello – a graduate of the school who also survived the shooting – died by suicide last weekend.

If you are in crisis, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255 or reach out to the Crisis Text Line by texting 'Home' to 741741. Other helpful organizations: The Columbia Lighthouse Project and Children's Services Council of Broward.

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2 – Latest on the Mueller Report

President Donald Trump on Sunday celebrated a "total exoneration" that special counsel Robert Mueller explicitly did not provide in his report on the Russia investigation.

The delivery Sunday of Attorney General William Barr’s summary to Congress about Mueller's conclusions has opened a new chapter in the battle over the two-year investigation that is likely to consume Capitol Hill in the coming weeks and months. Democratic lawmakers are demanding a full look at Mueller's findings and dismissing Barr's summary as incomplete, at best, and biased, at worst.

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3 – Spring Break in Miami-Dade and Broward

There will be no school zones on your commute to and from work today.

Spring Break officially starts today for students in Miami-Dade and Broward County.

Classes resume the first week in April.

4 – Long-Awaited Video Service Expected from Apple on Monday

Apple is expected to announce Monday that it's launching a video service that could compete with Netflix, Amazon and cable TV itself.

It's a long-awaited attempt from the iPhone maker, several years after Netflix turned "binge watching" into a worldwide phenomenon.

The new video service is expected to have original TV shows and movies that reportedly cost Apple more than $1 billion — far less than Netflix and HBO spend every year.

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5 – Neighbor Discovers Slain Senior Couple

A senior Pompano Beach couple were killed within their mobile home, according to police.

After days of not being seen, concerned neighbors checked on the couple. Instead, they made a "gruesome discovery" on Friday at the Golf View Estates mobile home park.

"Around 5:40 p.m. March 22, after the knock on the door went unanswered, the neighbor tried opening the door and found it was unlocked," the Broward County Sheriff's Office said in a statement. "Inside, the neighbor found the lifeless bodies of Marc and Rita Gagne."

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6 – Miami Navy Week

Miami Navy Week is setting sail starting today.

The week-long event features parachute demonstration jumps, a visit to the nation's oldest warship, tours of the USS New York, and performances by the US navy band.

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