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breaking news a fatal crash in tampa, shore boulevard reopened minutes ago, and we are live with the latest. the candidates continue to fight for florida. the late from the campaign trail, and added campaign stops for the bay area this week. good morning. i'm candace mccowan. it's 7:00, and ed has a look at weather as you get up and get out the door. >> that's right. at 7:00 this morning, looking picture-perfect out there. dry skies all over the region
all over the place. right now, it's bone dry out there. we have been stuck in a dry pattern for the last few days here. we have mid-and high level moisture, and you can see the direction coming in off the gulf here, and that will give us mid-to high level cloudiness through the day here, and overall, expecting a nice day ahead. nice start to the day, and it's mild. 72degrees, and downtown tampa, and 70 in apollo beach, and 68 for clear water, and easterly breezes will set up shop once again, and you could get a bit gusty through the times today. winds averaging 10-15, and it will be warm for us with passing clouds as the temperatures climb up to 86, and that's about 5 degrees where we should be for this time of the year. long-term, we have a cooling trend to talk about, and we will show you that coming up. another deadly morning on
time it's on bay shore boulevard. jana jones has the latest. what can you tell us? >> reporter: candace, this crash happened around 2:30 this morning, and it blocked off a portion of bay shore boulevard, and it just reopened within the last 5 minutes, and that's good for those of you going through your morning commute. one woman is in ve different pieces following the crash. the driver was headed southbound on bay shore boulevard when he lost control, and again, that driver of the motorcycle did pass away, and this e-mail says she's in surgery right now. we will be sure to keep you posted on here and wfla.com. again, the road reopened within
back to you, candace. >> thank you. polk county sheriff's deputies need your help in finding a hit-and-run driver who left a tampa woman dead and one of their own severely injured. we brought you the story yesterday morning. it was on state road 60 east of lake wales in polk county. she hit a tree, but she was a able to get out of her car and flag down deputy panel for hardship. then another driver hit the deputy and hospital. sheriff judge calling the driver a coward. jessica was a single mom holding down two jobs to support her kids. >> this is the second one i lost this month. my soon passed away the 2nd of this month, and now my daughter in this month. too much for me. >> tough time for that family. the sheriff's office doesn't have any information about the suspect vehicle. they are offering a $3,000
arrest. deputies in pasco county need your help in finding this missing endangers woman. valerie blakely was in a mazda red suv. if you have seen her or know anything about her whereabouts, you're asked to call the pasco with leaving the scene a crash. investigators said he and zachy marcano knew each other. investigators tell us escavado hit him while driving and took off. just9 days before the election, and hillary clinton
today. her former will be crossing the state on tuesday. vice president biden will be in tampa and west palm beach on wednesday. donald trump will be in nevada, colorado, and new mexico todd, and republican vice presidential nominee, governor mike pence will campaign in florida tomorrow. he has several events scheduled. chris palone with the >> reporter: in colorado donald trump reenergized. >> we are going to beat crooked hillary big. >> reporter: seizing on the latest bomb shell that the ageneral i did has found more e- mails that may be relevant into the private e-mail scandal. >> this is the bilgest political scandal since watergate, and it's everyone's deepest hope that justice at
>> reporter: a source tells nbc news that the e-mails were found on a computer belonging to anthony weiner and huma abedin. >> she set it up for the obvious purpose of shielding her criminal conduct. >> reporter: clinton is spend saturday in the key swing state of florida. the revelation put the campaign on its heels, and now the fbi state what has been found. >> we called on director comey to explain everything right away and put it on the table. >> reporter: she thought the investigation was find her, and now there's a cloud of uncertainty. >> it's strange to put something out with such little information before an election. in fact, it's not just strange, it's unprecedented, and it's deeply troubling. >> reporter: it gives new life
fighting his own campaign. with 10 days to go, will this make a difference? chris palone new york. close to 55,000 vote by mail ballots have been received, and 11,000 votes have been cast. that's the record for the most early voting in one 1,000 voters hourly. polling locations will be open for early voting until saturday november 5th. the urn itout in hillsborough county is more than 97,000 early votes, and pinellas county, 182,000 mail by vote ballots have been
is expected to be unprecedent on election day. new figures by the florida division of election shows florida has 12.6 million voters as of october when voter registration ended. hispanics make up 39%. you want to check out our 2016 election guide. you can find hours of operation, and click on the news tab, politics. toxicology reports show jose fernadez was drunk and had cocaine in his blood when he sky dyed in a sent bolting accident. he had a reported blood alcohol level of nearly double the legal limit. he and two friends were discovered dead when his boat crashed into his jetty.
>> nothing that surfaces after today will in any way taint what he did or the lives of so many people. when you can take a 24-year-old young man like this, anything can happen when you're on top of the world. >> so far there has not been any confirmation if he was behind the wheel. an orr ran known't county woman is dead after a fire at an assisted living facility. it was on cessna drive, and firefighters say the 73-year- old victim died from and may have been smoking while hooked up to her oxygen tank. the investigation continues. >> m cay latin america neiler's home, he was taken a few day ago. a good samaritan found him, and
was microchipped. look at video. once the boaters fly into the water, the boat kept going in circles until it ran out of gas. officials then towed it to the 10th street boat ramp. it's not clear how the passengers ended up overboard. >> new this morning, after a 115 day mission aboard the international spacation, three astronauts are back they landed in kazakhstan. this is a picture of the module they touched down in. it landed on earth with the help of a rocket and power chute. emergency crews are working to term if anyone has been killed in the area that was hit by a bake in august and a pair of aftershots last week.
across america, the metropolitan opera house was evacuated after an audience web sprinkled powder into the pit. the rest of the performance was canceled, and the second schedule performance was canceled. it's believed the person had no criminal intent, and they believe it's not hazardous. a plane caught on fire at chicago o'hare international airport, and pilots the burning plane on friday. the fire was caused by engine fire. what caused it to burn is unknown. the 20 people who were injure have had been released from the hospital. a texas father and daughter who were killed bay street racer, it p happened when two drivers were racing. the driver of one mustang clipped a minivan and then the minivan struck and killed a man
driver of the second mustang. families separated for years by the u.s.-mexico border got a chance for a brief reunion in a canal between mexico and texas. those in the white shirt, resident of mexico and those in blue the u.s. the reunion lasted just 3 minutes. and michelle obama chrisened the newest submarine named after her home stat she will now be involve in the lives of sailors and families. >> officers and crew of the uss illinois, man our ship, and bring her to life. >> reporter: and with that order, the 132 crew members exposerses -- members and officers of the uss illinois started to serve. >> we are proud of the role we
virginia class. the newest and most capable submarine in the navy fleet. >> reporter: it's needed to begin to replace the submarines that served during the cold war. >> it's only an assembly of ineminent objects. >> reporter: the captain sa the first lady, who is from chicago has made supporting military families her my priority. from monsters to haunteddouses, halloween is a -- to haunted houses, halloween is being taken to a whole new level. that's next on news channel 8. sunrise around 7:30, and a
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pesky raiders today. kickoff at 1:00 p.m. the memories of when we beat them back in the super bowl. i hope they can beat them today. here's what is going on trafficwise. tampa bay boulevard always closed down here in front of ray jay, and you need to remember that. around the area, it's very, very congested, at least 4 hours before they close things off, and you have a lot of tailgaters out there. you need to allow a even coming off the interstate at himes. it gets busy here before game time. keep that in mind. halloween is the perfect time to take out the ouija boards and summon up the spirits. some say the board is ero enough, but one pennsylvania man is taking it to new heights and dimensions. >> reporter: nestled in the middle of the small town of
ouija board. >> in hollywood they are portrayed as creepy. that's fun. >> reporter: this independent film maker from los angeles randomly bought the haunted grandway motel 15 years with friends and quickly turned it into his home. >> a friend of mine said there's a home in pennsylvania, and a week later we were living here, and being all artists, everything was >> reporter: they have a 44 by 29 spirit board with letters, numbers, and words used to communicate with ghost, and that could possibly bring is a world record no guinness. they said they didn't have a category for the largest board yet. they said they would make the category if we made the painting. >> reporter: some believe the
idea what the reaction. is a lot of young people have written me saying pretty radical. it's a conservative town. i'm sure there's mixed feelings out there. >> they expect to finish the giant board tomorrow, in time for halloween, the perfect night to put its powers to the test. i guess there is truly a record for everything now days. max defender 8, and we are in good shape this morning. that's what is panned out all over central florida. high pressure to the north and the dominant feature, and it has been that way for the last several days. mid-to high level moisture, and will give us cloudiness, not
sunshine for sunday and there is your sky cast. temperatures climbing to 81 by noon, and a mixed bag of clouds and sunshine, and the high today, 86 degrees, and that's about 5 degrees above where we should be for this time of the year. good morning to you folks in fishhawk. 61. 66 in brooksville this morning, and winds, light where we got them now. it's general 5-10-mile an hour breeze, and we will progress through the rest of sunday, and the breezy conditions will stick around as we have had for the last couple of days. the weather pattern is virtually unchanged, and we have high pressure over the southeast, and a broad area of low pressure to the south, and the pressure gradient, that will cause the wind, and it will be picking up throughout today. a bit gusty from time to time,
swirling around the stadium today. it could impact the game. we have to see how strong it gets at ray jay. a dry start to the day, looking good for your monday morning commute, and everyone is headed back to work. monday afternoon, looking good, and tuesday, no major changes coming your way. the bucks' forecast, welcoming in the radars to sun and clouds this afternoon. breezy, gusty at times, and 83 for the afternoon high, and of course all the kids will be trick or treating tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow evening, and if you start to your halloween festivities at 5:00 p.m., we are will be a built warm. as we go into the evening, the numbers will start to come down nicely. 86 for today, and passing clouds, and again, the winds out of the east northwest averaging 10-15. the morning low, mild in the upper 60s, and long-term,
for chicago subs' fans t another the sad night at the world series. the score was 72, and the indians lead 3-1 in the series, and they are one victory away from the first world seriesship in 60 years. game 5 is tonight in chicago, and we will be watching. the 12th ranked seminoles suffering a loss to the clemson tigers, 34 to 27. some fans may ask why watch college football? an admittedly inferior performance to the nfl. florida and georgia, the world's largest cocktail party has been played every year since 1926 with one exception, the world war ii.
in a row. luke delrio finding lewis, and that puts them on top 7-3. jacob easton centrallabling left, and floating one to riley ridley they don't recognize the enemy running free in their end zone. del rio was driving, and callaway takes a big hit, and inside to? right back to callaway, why hot? florida beats georgia, and we are going to put the cocktails on the tab in jacksonville. a wild one with notre dame and miami. the irish with the first 20 points. that's to the patron saint of touchdown catches, and that's saint brown, that's the common smelling. , and then to david.
the 4th. c.j. sanders calls for a useful catch. michael jackson has a thriller but it ain't over. the next irish touch, josh adams trick or treat, smell my feet. 41yards to pay dirt. that's the next possession, and the irish weather the hurricanes. in the american conference, central florida at houston, and the cougars are out of the top his name is jawan hamilton. ucf up at the break. they rally around greg ward, and the t.d. pass cut the deficit to 7. ward does it himself, and the knights give up 28 unanswered and they lose. in conference usa, western kentucky tossing florida atlantic off the hill top.
edges out florida international, and then florida a&m thrashed by colorado a&t. >> how about a little lightning for the ladies? we approach all hallow's eve, and things are spooky for the bolts. 2-0 new jersey in the 3rd, and well i will gets it past, and johnson gets the bolting on the board in still loses 3-1, and the bolts back in action tonight on madison square garden. that's it for sports. i'm call ryan. we are follow breaking news this morning, a fatal crash on bay shore boulevard. we will be right back. i'd like to punch him in the face. i like people that weren't captured,
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good morning, everyone. welcome to today it is halloween. >> we are gearing up for our big halloween party on the plaza. glass good morning, i'm candace mccowan. thank you for joining us on news channel 8, and tampa police are investigate deadly motorcycle crash in the area of watrus avenue and bay shore boulevard. the southbound lanes of bay shore boulevard reopened 30 minutes ago, and police say the driver of the motorcycle died on the scene. a woman riding with him survived and was taken to the area hospital. we are getting an update on her condition. the polk county sheriff's deputies need your help to find the hit-and-run driver who left
their own severely injured. jessica owichowi was killed when she was hit east of lake wells. the deputy stopped to help her, and he was also hit. there's no information about the suspect vehicle. there's a $3,000 reward for any information leading to the driver's a hernando county woman has died at a deadly house fire. it's believed she may have been smoking while hooked up to an oxygen tank. a quiet start this morning, getting closer and closer to the sunrise. 7:40. 5 minutes for now, and a beautiful shot from veterans' ford, and that cloudiness should provide spurts of beautiful photos this morning.
the ford in tampa. 69 for the temperature there, and 67 in palm harbor, and same for wesley chapel, and milder on the coast. 72 for venice and sarasota. the northeast winds, that's the story for today, and the winds will be breezy at times, and that's going to stick with us. it could gust to 20 or 25 through today, and overall a similar day to yesterday, and your sky cast as we roll flu the day this see scattered cloudiness, and 86 for the high tonight, and slow clearing, and 68, and back up into the 80s as we go into monday. we will break down the halloween forecast in greater detail, and we will have the forecast for the big game at ray jay. hillary clinton will continue to cross the state today, and she has a rally in broward county this afternoon. bill clinton and joe biden will campaign for her tuesday and
bill clinton will hold a rally in pinellas county on tuesday. last night there was a get out the vote effort where hillary clinton lashed out at trump. >> donald trump is out there disgracing our democracy and insulting one group of americans after another let me ask you this, are we going to let donald trump get away with that? >> donald trump was in golden, colorado, and he told supporters the fbi's new inquiry into her e-mail server is the biggest scandal since watergate. >> she set up the illegal server knowing full well it put
>> the trump campaign will be in nevada, colorado, and new mexico today, and vice presidential nominee, governor mike pence is traveling to florida. as of this morning, the unofficial turnout in hillsborough county is close to 136,000-volts by mail, and in pinellas county, 182,000 vote by mail ballots have been received and a little more than 24,000 early cast. in pasco county, 55,000 votes have been received, and 11,000 early votes were cast yesterday. that's a new record for the most early voting in one day in pasco county. as we get closer to election day, you want to check out our 2016 election guide. it's everything you need to know, voting locations and hours of operations.
news tips. investigators are assessing the cargo blame that burst -- plane that burst into flames when it landed, coming from memphis. >> i saw the trajectory that the plane was coming, and it was coming straight for my building. i am just thankful it stopped where it did. >> no word on when the north runway will open. there's been 50 delayed flights and six cancellations so far. officials believe the with the south runway. people in key west are celebrating the fantasy fest mascaraed march, and some of the costumes are inspired by the election. some wore donald trump and hillary clinton's costumes this year's theme was political, voodoo, and ballot box barbarians. >> we started the marine corp.
organizational values. ranked a one of the largest marathon in the u.s. and the world. runners from all 50 states and more than 50 countries are participating in the race this year. al halitzer will file in 15 minutes, officially sounding the start. >> i believe it's starting right now. >> the races are off! and there you go. we wish you luck. >> absolutely. take a look at this into the news room, and that's a man, you can see him in the blue, climbing with his bare hands to rescue the child hanging from the third story window in china. it happened thursday, and the 2- year-old boy fell out of the window at his home, and he got his head stuck between the wind doe's security bars, and he was dangled in the air. a passerby called for help, and this neighbor came to the rescue. the man held on to the little boy until firefighters arrived
>> spiderman skills to get up there and save the boy. >> no costume needed for him. a couple of beautiful photos from yesterday. robert rackman with that picture, and our very own ryan hughes just september us this photo from the the channel district. >> up early this morning. >> up early with us this morning. thank you nor sending us that picture ryan, and make sure you send us all your photos. beautiful sunrise underway right w.
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in morning's medical report, we are entering the realm of smart pills it is taken to let your doctor know if you have taken your medication or not. marc barger explains. >> reporter: health technology is evolving from wearable to edible. >> this is a device. >> reporter: we are talking grain of sand small it's a sensor that will solve a big problem. >> fewer than half of all patients take their medications correctly. >> reporter: but physicians can track the intake. it's activated by the acid in your stomach, and it sends a heart-like signal to the
patient. >> it's also listening for the identifier of the pills you have taken, and a blue tooth information is checked. s. >> patient can elect to share the data with the physician, but it is private he between them. >> reporter: expansion is on the horizon. >> i can envision the day when there would be no real indication to fake what why not take medication that has feedback built into it. the company is studying it with young patients who have had an organ transplant and have to be on a rigorous
7:45 this morning, and how about that for the start to your day? high clouds off in the horizon, but the sun is breaking through this morning, and that's at freedom plaza, and that's 68 degrees, and another nice shot so the start of the day. i bet a lot of folks will be taking their boats out on this sunday. it's gorgeous, but it's breezy. waters may get choppy through the rest venice, nice looking start as well. 71degrees on this sunday morning, and we will go through the forecast, and it looks like this. 70degrees at 8:00. some high clouds, and then a mixed bag of clouds and sunshine, and it will mainly be mid-and high level cloudiness, and temperatures staying warm and it will be breezy at 86 for the afternoon high, and there's the latest from max defender 8, and right now, panning out and
the day. no problems for taking the dog out for a walk. 71 for fishhawk, and 72 in tampa. cooler going inland and to the north. cool spot is zephyrhills. the winds are light. we have had a good just at bartow at 14. the winds will likely pick up as we progress throughout the day. the high pressure to the north, and the low pressure in the caribbean and the gradient between there, it will the wind, and it's coming off of the east coast of florida. east, north easterly breeze for today it will average 10-15 with the occasional gust exceeding 20 miles an hour it will be warmer than it should be for this time of the year at 86. starting off monday, dry start, headed back to work, and then monday afternoon and evening, as everyone is out and about trick or treating, it is
tuesday, no major changes in the pattern. as i mentioned, moderate chop on the bay and inland waters. keep that in mind here as you take the boat. i know a lot of folks will head out to ray jay as we welcome the oakland raiders. 83 at the stadium, and the wind could be a factor, and it could be swirling around the stadium down there we will have to watch for that, and staying dry through most of the week, and only slim rain chances by thursday, friday, and saturday, and then push of cool, autumn air. how about the low of 59 when you wake up on sunday morning? >> sounds like it will be a beautiful day at ray jay. >> make sure you get out there and root on the bucs. >> absolutely. cars are starting to drive themselves these days, and if you think that's cool, coming up, it's a bird? it's a plane? no, a flying car. the latest development in silicone valley next on news
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you can call it a car or an aircraft this unique prototypes creating quite the buzz. it's a flying car being developed in california. >> reporter: the hollister airport could soon be known as the birthplace of flying cars. z arrow develop a revolutionary new form of transportation this summer the company signed a 34- year lease at the airport where they plan to build the base for operations, and the company is expected to bring in $70,000 in annual revenue to the airport, not to mention new jobs and a new reputation. >> the exciting part is that if the testing goes well, this will be the center point for this whole new industry, and so we are looking forward to
industry that will really change the world. >> reporter: some have already caught a glimpse of the prototype being tested. >> it sounds like four bedroom fans, pretty loud, like you would have in your house, and that's all electric. >> not like the roar is? >> not like the roar of the plane. >> reporter: paul has been flying since high school, and he's excited about the idea. >> 10 years ago no one thought we would have el and now some go a few hundred miles, and in 10 years, there's no idea what is going to be out there in 10 years. the company has millions of dollars in grants, all investments paving the way for the future. with a 3d printer, fine blond hair, and orange paint, you will be surprised by what you can make. in time for halloween, how one artist's creations are really
one. >> i have to save for maybe a couple of years before i can wear that costume? >> and then it won't be a thing then. i was telling ed he looks so presidential in his red tie today. >> i have the power tie. >> i just need the mask, and i'm good to go. >> absolutely. >> the quick check at what is going on. this innisburg, 67 degrees, and again, looking good on max defender 8 today. >> thank you us today. the next newscast is coming up in an hour at 9:00.
i think people made up their minds about the e-mails. >> this is bigger than watergate. >> you are fascinated with sex. we have to sp pipeline. ? good morning. welcome to "sunday today." i'm willie geist. we are nine days away from a presidential election that feels like it began a lifetime ago. both campaigns say they want to know more from fbi director james comey after the revelation that they have flagged e-mails, stoking the story right before