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now four headlines at 4:00. number one, jewelry heist. a guy drives off with thousands of dollars in stolen goods in hand and an employee on the hood of his car. it's been nearly a week and it looks like this storm may be one of the most expensive ever to hit the bay area. one of 200 pigs rescued from a rescue. and number four, the iphone 7. some of the new features coming out with the new device. good afternoon. i am josh benson. >> and i am stacie schaible. right now, detectives are looking for a man who stole thousands of dollars worth of jewelry from the brandon mall.
a store employee took off after him and ended up on the hood of the suspect's car. >> reporter: a jewelry store in the brandon mall is shut down today after a clerk chased out a thief and then ended up being thrown from the car right here on state road 60. let's take a look at some of the surveillance video. hillsborough county sheriff's deputies say it happened yesterday evening at about 7:00 at night. an unidentified male stole two pieces of jewelry about $23,000. after grabbing that jewelry, the suspect then ran out and an employee of the store chased him to the car he was driving and then jumped on the hood and was thrown out on to state road 60. that employee was taken to tampa general hospital. we're told they have life- threatening injuries. the store is closed today. we will have much more coming up later today. in brandon, rod carter, news channel 8. and hurricane hermine may
storms ever for pasco county. emergency managers are estimating more than $89 million in damages so far. the county is reporting more than 300 homes with major damage. the county commissioner told us today some areas need major storm water improvements. >> these older neighborhoods were built that are having the issues and it's hard to go back into retrofit a storm water system. and let's head over to julie now. >> it has improved quite a bit over the last few days. drier air in place, more sunshine and we are liking the break from the rain. 89degrees at veterans ford in tampa. winds out of the northeast light.
location. we are not expecting much for the rest of the afternoon and evening. check out the satellite and radar imagery. you can see northern florida up into the southeast, quiet right now. all the moisture limited to south florida really at this point. and the far southern portions of our viewing area. on the water vapor imagery, you can see the drier air in the bright red over the panhandle and up into the southeast. and we have lingering moisture to the south and in plac so that's where we are seeing some showers and storms this afternoon. you can see some rain moving out near sarasota over towards the beaches. feeling like a little bit of rain this afternoon as well. and arcadia and highlands county, still tracking some spotty showers. heavy downpours sitting over lake placid at this point. to the south is mainly where we see the rain for the afternoon and evening. we're up to 91 in tampa.
94 in bartow. temperatures are warm but the dew points still a little bit lower than we typically see this time of year. upper 60s, low 70s, that makes it feel more pleasant. for the evening, temperatures in the mid-80s. only a few showers around to the south. but rain chances returning as we head towards the weekend. we will have a full look at the forecast in a few minutes. >> all right. thank you. right now, a lakeland man is facing 197 felony charges, accused of being inappropriate with two documenting the crimes. now we need you to know that there could be more victims. we're told james malone had cameras all around his home. detectives discovered the abuse when they went through his devices. >> we would like to know if other photographs he has in his possession are child porn that he made.
had contact with malone to come forward. also in polk county today, the sheriff's office is in control of 178 pigs seized from a rescue in august. we're told the animals were living in filth in a place called darlings darlings in polk city. the owners face more than 100 animal negligent charges. a judge ruled they can never own animals again. and nota homes for them. in sarasota, city commission maniers just voted to install parking meters downtown. the meters are meant to help -- commissioners just voted to install parking meters downtown. business leaders are encouraged that it will discourage shoppers from walking around and shopping. and uber is getting into the food delivery business. it is kicking off a service called uber eats in tampa today. you can go to the app, order
ride. it is a flat delivery fee of $4.99. it's putting pressure on services like grub hub and doorstep delivery which have minimum amounts for a delivery order. and uber isn't the only business expanding. amazon prime launched same-day delivery in tampa and now they are in the business of doing business with restaurants. if you're curious to see which restaurants are participating, ca website, wfla.com. we didn't forget about the release of the new iphone 7. you will see the new gadget and find out what makes it different next. and incredible pictures of a hurricane as seen from space. we're going to show you where this one is headed coming up on
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we now know the details of the new iphones. apple unveiled a new iphone 7 and 7 plus today. it will be water resistant, have a brighter display and have a faster processor. both get an upgraded camera with better low-light performance. and the 7 plus getting two-rear facing cameras, one specifically for zooming in. and the rumors are true, the standard headphone jack, it is now gone. >> maintaining that doesn't make sense because that space is at a premium. >> and we got a look at the apple watch, series 2 which is supposed to have the brightest display ever. and it too is water-proof so you can wear it while you're swimming. they can be pre-ordered starting this friday and they'll ship a week later. and not to be outdone, sony
new versions of the top-selling play station console. gamers are interested in the larger of the two which is called the ps4 neo. it should have improved graphics and support for 4k video resolution. and it will still play those ps4 games. all right, we are switching gears now. did you know september is national childhood obesity awareness month. it's a great time to take another look at your health and your 8 on your side has the answers today. joining me now is nutrition consultant abigail. thank you for being here. >> thank you so much. >> you brought a prop. >> yes. >> depending on the size of your plate, you could load up on stuff and not realize your portion problem. >> absolutely. and this can be a problem for you or your kids. and especially when your kids look at your plate. >> right. so let's look at this.
plate. >> there we go. >> it has fruit, vegetables, pro teens and grains. a great reminder that they are four things that should be included in each meal. >> and in that portion. >> and in those portions, yes. so another easy way to say this, if you don't have the plate, half your plate, fruits and venn istanbuls, quarter proteen and a quarter whole grains. or starches. so potatoes or otherwise. and that's a really good the to start. >> talk about the health aspects. >> energizing, you stay healthier, you get to do this together as a family instead of just, you know, we need to focus on the weight.
>> and eat real food, right? >> yes. that's one of the first things we talk about. >> so moving more towards cooking at home together as a family. >> right. >> and you know, not every night do you have to eat at home. but really maybe try to make more of an effort to make fo >> be good 80% of the time and bad 20% of the time. >> or try to incorporate this the kind of plate theory more often. and maybe you know, think of like sodas or things like that as treats. if you're going to dinner, this is a treat instead of -- >> not the daily thing. >> absolutely. yes. >> very good. thank you. >> thank you so much. >> over to you, josh. >> thank you very much. and now an 8 on your side
c-section have an increased risk of becoming obese. and c-section deliveries were linked to the a 15% higher risk of obesity. and within families, children born by c-section were 64% more likely to be abees than siblings born naturally. and mri testing during the first trimester of pregnancy does not appear to harm a growing fetus. still the use of an inje of mri is not recommended for pregnant women. in today's gayle's guide to pinterest, our gayle guyardo has a d theic idea to help you and your kids get organized. >> reporter: these are really cool. they are back to school command centers. you can write notes on the chalk board and pin your assignments down here. let's get started and make one.
new school year is well underway, these pins are trending on pinterest on how to create your own command board. >> a great place to organize due date, sports schedule. it has this cork board at the bottom to pin stuff to it. write stuff down. >> reporter: safety harbor mom and craft guru shelby shows me how easy it is to put one together. start with three pieces of wood. and drill them together. >> you need a piece board. so you can buy a roll of cork board at the craft store or walmart even. you can buy them pre-made. >> reporter: and you can use a glue gun. >> paint it. easy to use just like any chalk board. >> reporter: this gang stained the third board and use paints to claim their boards.
cork. and she's already put her command center to good use with a birthday reminder. until next week, gayle guyardo, news channel 8. >> now if you want the step by step instruction, head to gayle's pinterest page and look under gayle's guide to pinterest. and now weather again. boy, i was outside last night for something and it was just gorgeous out. >> for something -- >> softball. >> oh, aimlessly walking streets? >> the life of a softball mother, right? >> a great night for softball. >> it was. >> much improved from some of the muggy evenings. >> i'm sure. >> yes, yes. >> a lot of folks enjoying it. and now that we've had a reprieve from the rain last week, it's been nice. this is a satellite photo of hurricane newton. this is a day before the first land fall in california, mexico. so you can see the imagery there. the pacific has been fairly
well. much like the atlantic. although all is pretty quiet in the atlantic basin at this moment. and here in the tampa bay area as well. here's a view from polk county. 89degrees with the winds slightly breezy coming in out of the northeast at about 15 miles per hour. no rain at this location so far today. and overall, it's been quiet for most of us. unless you live many the far southern portion of the viewing area. at 9:00 p.m., still on the warm side. temperatures in the low 80s. clouds around. when you walk up rr mostly dry. and we will be in the mid-70s. and we top out near 91 tomorrow the afternoon. and only a 20% rain chance again. so the pattern continue, still mostly dry weather for us. on the radar currently, notice south of i-4 is the only place we're seeing the activity and you have to go well south towards sarasota county and desee toe county. and that's where we have more
moisture. downpours rolling through. and toward lake placid, we have some heavier downpours with lightning within the storms as well. so tracking storms to the south this afternoon in the tropic, only one area that we're watching. this is just moved off the coast of africa and it has a 70% chance of development over the five days as it'd moves into the central atlantic. we will watch that for you. for us this even, just a few showers well south of i-4. tomorrow morning going to be beautiful again, near average temperatures and going to stay pleasant. and in the afternoon, not much rain. only a 20% rain chance. it's friday where we start to see moisture returning. so friday morning not bad though, still dry. but expect to more afternoon showers and storms on friday. the rain chances will be bumped up into friday and the upcoming weekend.
that. so we will have limited rain chances. but by friday, the moisture begins to return and we start to see more of the afternoon showers and thunderstorms popping up. and through the weekend, still more afternoon showers and thunderstorms each day. so about a 30% rain chance. not back up to a full-time summer levels but towards the end of september, we start to see the rain chances naturally taper off. and by the middle of next week, a 40% rain chance. >> thank you. an headlines from tinseltown including a tribute to the late gene wilder. >> here's david daniel with the hollywood minute. [screaming] >> this guy means business. >> reporter: the big screen tributes to the late great gene wilder continue. 20th century fox and phantom events are teaming up for a one- night showing. it will screen october 5th at
live introduction by director mel brooks who co-wrote the film with wilder. >> yes, we could all use a good laugh. >> reporter: he is back in rehab. a rep says the 72-year-old comic actor has checked into a treatment center in minnesota to deal with an alcohol related issue. drake ruled the summer. spotify says the most listened track between june 1st and august 31st was "o drake. second place on the global streaming list "this is what you came for." and sia took third with "cheap thrills." in hollywood, i'm david daniel. and coming up, how the flu vaccine the changing. but first, a preview of the buc's first game of the regular season. and you can get your
let's check in with your first at 4:00 sports. the one, the only, dan lucas has entered the studio. >> who is practicing, who is not practicing. it's nfl week. >> and by the way, the rays are >> what's the score, stacie? >> 8-7. >> i just gave them another run. >> she's your ticker for you rays fans. rays up on the orioles. but the bucs, preparations for sunday's game against the atlanta falcons stepped up in earnest today. wednesday the busiest day of the nfl week with game plan installation as they say in the biz. that's the difference between now and the preseason. it's about attack a point.
they did it twice last season. and today quarterback jameis winston threw the human element into this sunday's opening day game. >> when you beat somebody like that, you got to know they're coming with it. and the falcons were a great team. i believe they were 5-1. they are not a slack at all. and i know they got it out for us. so we have to be ready. >> atlanta is a great team. you know, hard, physical playing team. we just got to come out there playing buc's play our game. on tuesday, the buc's signed the wide receiver. so today hit the practice field, even lined up fur punt returns. difficult to say what kind of role he will play in the opener with little preparation but he was told that jameis winston plans on doing whatever it takes to make him feel welcome. >> i would love a basket of flowers or cookies. that would be cool.
feel comfortable. this is his first day here. so we got to make him feel comfortable. make him play like he's already been in this offense. that's the main thing. when guys go out and they play with their head cut off, it's hard to tone it down. >> and five s shorts has hauled in more than 200 passes as well as 14 touchdown thes. so he can play. send him some flowers. >> or chocolate chip cookies. >> that makes sense too. >> and the roster, any we're looking at? >> at this point on, looks like we're set. the bucs did waive running back mike james. he has an injury. so they got rid of him. and they worked out a couple backs this week but looks like possibly payton barber will come up from the practice squad. at least on wednesday as we see it. barber was good, cut saturday, put on the practice sunday. so he will be fine.
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one, a deadly plane crash two. small planes collided in midair over georgia a little more than an hour west of atlanta. both lost control and hit the ground. three people have died. number two, mosquitoes in congress. today florida congressman david jolly brought a jar of newly hatched live insects to the floor to emphasize the need for funding to fight zika virus. the mosquitoes in the jar are the kind that carry the virus. there have been several non- travel related cases in florida, including one in pinellas county. number three, bill clinton in florida. he is campaigning for his wife hillary rodham clinton.
miami for a fund raiser that starts at 5:00. and number four, the first- ever commander in chief forum. the lights and cameras are being set up. matt lauer will be moderating. the questions will come from military veterans and active duty service members. the first 30 minutes are hillary rodham clinton's. donald trump will take the second half hour of the hour- long forum tonight at 8:00 right here on nbc. and now breaking news. we are keeping an eye on a raging it's at a power plant. you can see the flames burning there. we're working to the find out what caused the fire. we will continue to bring updates. >> yeah, palettes burn so hot. big problem there. and nearly a week after hurricane hermine tore through florida, nearly 10,000 people in tallahassee still don't have
>> reporter: the governor along with state employees and volunteers rolled up their sleeves today and attempted to help clear some of the debris piles that still litter the streets. the group started on the south side of tallahassee while neighbors, some who didn't get power back until just last night, looked on. >> tallahassee may not be as large to some that are natives here, but it's still a large area to cover. so i'm grateful. >> reporter governor what the city could have done differently in the response to hermine. and he said they're still evaluating and there should be a full assessment after the mess is cleaned up and the power is back on. reporting in tallahassee, i'm matt galka. and julie phillips with the latest on the current weather. >> and things looking a whole lot better than last week. gorgeous conditions is how we started this week off. slightly lower humidity and that's made quite a difference in how comfortable it feels
openfully the morning and evening hours. this afternoon, yes, it's still hot. temperatures into the 90s for a lot of us. but quite that thick air, not as humid as it has been. we are sitting at 89 in zephyrhills. 91 in plant city. and 84 in wimauma. and 87 in sarasota. and you can see the cooler air to the south. we don't necessarily have a cooler air mass but more showers and thunderstorms in the southern portions of the viewing area. and that's why the temperatures are just a little bit lower. dew points, upperrer 60s for especially towards the north -- upper 60s for a lot of us. and especially towards the north. and farther south into south florida, the moisture sitting at summertime levels. for a lot of us, dealing with blue skies, just a few weather cloud, 89 degrees in land o'lakes. and on our satellite imagery, you can see the drier air across much of floridaful and we will talk about rain chances -- florida. we will talk about the rain chances for the rest of the week coming up in the full
happening around the world today, president barack obama continues his visit. >> he is having dinner with leaders of countries that are members of the association southeast asian nations. the president and other leaders are wearing long sleeve shirts of different colors, a tradition nat athe annual summit. the-- a tradition at that annual summit. an american tourist is recovering in the hospital after breaking her spine tumbling down a 150-foot cliff. she was trying to run from a man attacking her. she was found by rescuers the next morning but the alleged attacker claims it was a misunderstanding. a train went off the tracks south of egypt's capitol of cairo today. five people died and 27 were hurt. railway officials are not yet sure why the cars went off the tracks but the accident stopped train service for hours during one of the busiest travel times of the year. and this is when people are
holiday. and now news across america. american airlines now the second u.s. airline in 50 years to launch commercial flights to cuba. the plane took off from miami international airport today. jetblue had the first direct flight last week. and video just released shows a los angeles police chase ending in a fiery crash. no word on what started the chase. you can see the driver stopping. that's when the front portion of the car catches fire. the driver, yeah, i'm getting out of here. he was take into custody. police have not said what the charges will be. a donald trump supporter is so fed up with thieves taking signs off his property, he riggedded them with an electric fence unit. and now anyone who tries to steal a sign is zapped, including this woman. look at that.
right to protect his property. >> wow. we are already two days into flu season and experts suggest you get a flu shot before october rolls around. this year is different. pediatricians will not be giving the nasal spray version to kids. officials believe this year's version isn't effective enough. how well does the flu shot protect you and should you get it? 8 on your side has answers. dr here. >> thank you. >> a lot of people still question, why do i need to get the shot? i don't get sick often. how do you answer that question as a doctor? >> it's important. the flu can be dangerous and even deadly. children, young ages and elderly people, pregnant patients are most at risk. and i recommend flu shots across the board again to everyone over the age of six months. the it's very important. >> and know, you always hear
today. he is miserable. so how do you know when it's a cold and when it's the flu you need doctor? >> the symptoms can be the same, upper respiratory, nasal congestion, could have. but the real difference is a fever. if you have a fever, if that's more likely to be the flu. and really you will feel like you have been hit by a truck if you have the flu. the cold, you could probably get through going to work with. >> and what's the big ne year about not having the nasal version of the flu shot? is that a big deal? it is. because in the past, our children, most children are afraid of shots and they have been giving the nasal vaccine in the past. this year, the centers for disease control is saying just don't give it at all. it hasn't been effective over the last few years and that's causing some parents some concerns. how am i going to deal with my child who is terrified now having to get the shot?
time that it's going to happen. >> so they worry for a week. >> tell them as they're going in. you might get a flu vaccine. and you can prepare them sometimes by giving them numbing medicine although it doesn't work well. distraction. give them a lollipop at the end. a little treat. >> bribes. that works. >> exactly. >> it will work for me. >> and if they're not as scared if you give them information. don't lie to them. make sure you tell them, it's going to hurt for a and then it's over. and they usually do well. >> gad advice. >> get your shot. we'll be right back. hello there. hope you're enjoying your afternoon. i want to talk about road work that's taking place in pinellas county in the seminole area. lane closures northbound on seminole boulevard just north
good alternates are ridge road as well as starkey road. and that road work on the northbound side won't be completed until the middle of september. all right, let's move down. a lot of construction overnight actually on university parkway right at i-75. sometimes you see it on 75 as well. it's usually wrapped up by about 6:00 a.m. in the morning. speaking of tomorrow morning, what's the weather going to be like? well, the humidity is going to start creeping back in. between 4:00 a.m. watching weather and traffic on the 8s, the sky will be clear but it will feel more muggy >> and you can catch leslee - lacey and leigh spann every weekday morning with weather and traffic on the 8s starting at 4:00 a.m. if you're looking for another vacation, now may be the time to do it. you can get some real deals in the off season. we will name names and give price points coming up. and then you will want to stick around for these 8 on
we're going to take you to breaking news we are keeping an eye on carolina. a live look right now at a palette fire. it's at a palette plant. this is from way up in the sky. the flames are very intense on the ground and we are working to find out what caused the flames. but palettes burn awfully hot. at this point, no one has been injured but we will update you as soon as we get one. a woman walking on a beach found some wacky shaped indentations in the rocks. look at.
tracks. yikes. scientists believe the tracks were made by a dinosaur and have been covered by sand all these times. >> pretty cool stuff julie phillips, the humidity is going to make a come back? >> yes. but into the end of september, you have to start thinking that the first cold front, you know, it's not that far away. >> nice. >> going to be awesome. >> yeah. not far away. the last couple nice. we will get back to summer-like conditions by the weekend. mostly dry. again tomorrow, if you have outdoor plans, expect mostly dry conditions once again for us. but the moisture does slowly return into friday and into this weekend. and not coming back as full strength but definitely does return. into the weekend, expect temperatures close to 90 degrees each day. and with a few afternoon showers and thunderstorms popping up. nothing too unusual for us.
degrees. a small 10% rain chance. and a few clouds around and by midnight, going to be pleasant. in the upper 70s with the mostly clear sky. and into tomorrow, we are starting off many the mid-70s and then we warm back up into the low 90s. going to be a great afternoon again. and rain chances still looking low. southern half of the viewing area, this is where we're more likely to see showers and thunderstorms pop up, much like today. and heading northward, rain chances about 10% or places and that's going on right now. the drier air has moved in, high pressure has built in. panhandle, north florida completely dry. into the southern portion of our viewing area into south florida where we start to see moisture. and we start to see showers and thunderstorms developing. so on the radar at this point, anywhere from an mama rioia island south through the beach, tracking the spotty rain with more headed your way. quick downpour, lightning within that storm.
thunderstorms towards lake aplacid. ifer the rest of the evening, any rain will stay south of i- 4. into tomorrow morning, near average temperatures, staying pleasant for us. and by the afternoon hours with dry air still in place, that's going to limit the amount of rain we see. about a 20% rain chance mainly south. friday morning, looks great. the moisture does start to return. may not feel quite as comfortable outside. and then by friday afternoon, a few more showers and thunderstorms will develop. and we will bring up the rain chances to about 30% or which is pretty average for this time of the year for us. and out in the tropic, quite act at this for a while. and now there's one area we're keeping track of. this is just off the coast of africa over the next five day, about a 70% chance of development. very disorganized right now. but by the weekend, we may start to see conditions improve for the system. for the us this evening, 85 degrees. stays pleasant, winds northeast between 5 to 10 miles per hour. and when you wake up tomorrow
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southwest airline, welcome to chicago, the windy city. >> that is a flight attendant on a southwest airline flight who did the entire arrival speech in different loony tunes voices, you heard elmer fud, bugs bunny, sylvester, tweety, and fog horn leg horn. >> wow. an amazing wedding photo has become a viral sensation, take a look, quite a mystery, the tourist captured the breath taking picture of a newely wed couple on the cliffs in yosemite photographer turned to social media to figure who the couple was, nobody knows. >> the couple wants to remain anonymous. more news coming up with jen and keith, starts now. accusations of pay for plays to attorney general pam bondi are under fire today. food to your front door now
service. stanley cup winning former lightning coach weighs in on the nfl national anthem protest, how a bolts player is firing back. i am jennifer leigh. >> i am keith cate. 3 years later, controversy continues to swirl around donald trump and his campaign contribution to florida attorney general pam bondi. his $25,000 donation came shortly before bondi declined to investigate accusations of wrong doingy others who got money from trump declined to investigate. the timing of the bondi contribution has been called into question on several occasions, back in the news this time because trump's camign confirmed it resulted in trump paying the irs a $2500 penalty. candace mccowan is joining us in studio to talk more about this. the story goes on and on, i question iune. >> reporter: it not going away,