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hillary clinton is fighting pneumonia. came out during a 9/11 memorial service sunday. how will this affect her presidential campaign? >> the buccaneers win their first game of the regular season. we have the highlights of the team's win against atlanta. >> good morning, thank you for joining us, i'm lindsay logue. >> i'm rodney dunigan. hillary clinton fighting today and tomorrow and as andrew spencer reports she was diagnosed with pneumonia by her doctors friday. >> reporter: clearly unsteady on her feet. hillary clinton stumbled trying to get into a van as she left early from a 9/11 memorial service on sunday. clinton would appear outside her daughter's apartment a couple hours later looking and apparently feeling much better. >> it's a beautiful day in new york. >> reporter: she posed for a photo but she said very little.
what happened? >> not until much later sunday did her doctor release a statement saying clinton was actually diagnosed with pneumonia on friday. donald trump skipped the chance to comment on sunday. >> anything to say about hillary clinton's health incident? >> reporter: his running mate's handler kept governor mike pence at a distance. >> not taking questions. >> reporter: the silence is perhaps surprising from the trump campaign whose suog have at times tried to stir up questions about her health in the past. but sources in the trump campaign have said surrogates were told to be respectful and staff members told to keep quiet and not say anything negative about what happened. the 15th anniversary of 9/11 memorials took place in the bay area. >> and many gathered in palm
in the "amazing grace" "on bagpipes. mickey cross escaped the north tower before it collapsed. and spent months volunteering in search and rescue efforts. >> of course day. it's probably the most important day of my life. everything else has faded, christmas, new years, my birthday. those days mean nothing. this is the only day that is really important to me. >> this event also included a very unique traveling exhibit featuring the names and photos of the 304 florida sold years who died fighting the war on terror since 9/11. in other tribute idlewild
remembering the people in that day and the days, weeks and months that followed. tampa mayor bob buckhorn was among the maybe city leaders who attended -- many city he'ders to attended. a man who fatally shoots his cousin to test a bulletproof vest in - mendez killing him. garibaldi said he found his cousin shot. police say sawitness told police the truth. garibaldi was arrested on manslaughter charges. a shooting involving two tampa police officers. saturday night police pulled over joel cook for a missing headlight. before they realized the car was stolen. he sped off and crashed into a tree and then put it in reverse
officers opened fire. he's expected to fully recovered. we are told he was released from jail a week ago for grand theft auto. in leon county and tallahassee, there will be clean-up. they spent more than $10 million responding to the hurricane hermine. this morning removal of flood debris also starts in pasco county. crews are set to get started at 7:00 this morning, homeowners have materials along the roadside for pickup but you can't block any critical structures like mailboxes or possibly fire hydrants. requests for debris pickup have been submitted to the pasco county customer service, you can call them at 727-847-2411. of course we'll have much more on the effort coming up in a live report at 5:00 a.m. a firsthand look at the damage caused by hermine in
damage. federal relief could be on the way after fema crews toured dozens of homes. they need to verify damage assessment numbers before any cash can be handed out. estimates are now $111 million. 1,600 homes have major damage, 23 in the state of florida have been destroyed. >> the average is $6,000 a household. it's not a lot of money. it's if they get every bit that fema can give them it's between $33,000 and $36,000, again not going to fix a destroyed home. >> county officials say they will know by the end of the week who qualifies for funding. since hermine we've had a bit of a break with the shower and thunderstorm activity. not as widespread so we're able to dry out. certainly the anclote river but at this point we're going to transition. we have tropical moisture in
streaming in our direction. that means high rain chances here. it will rain pretty good this week. more on that in a couple of minutes. live look here at the airport interchange. near tia. traffic moving smooth in this area. follow us on twitter, janelle has updates before the -- a serious crash last night police say a distracted driver caused a chain reaction crash at damascus road, in the westbound lanes, the entire bridge was shut down. one of the vehicles involved, a mini van filled with people. first responders had to cut two children out of it. a 2-year-old girl was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. investigators say at least eight people were involved in the accident. >> when you're driving on a road, whether a 30 mile-per- hour road or 50 mile-per-hour road like this one you need to pay attention to what is in front of you at every moment of
for one send it can spell disaster. >> police are trying to figure phot drugs or alcohol were involved and sent said if the driver who caused the crash faces charges. a live report at 5:00. a palm beach county mother is in complete disgust after watching video of her daughter beaten at school. now two teens are in jail for that beating. the mother doesn't want to give her name but says she's barely after seeing this video. last wednesday she called her daughter to say that she was on her way to pick her up from school but during that call the daughter sounded hysterical. police say none of the witnesses called for help, instead they took out their cell phones and recorded the fight. >> we asked people if you have video of the action call us, call a parent, the police department -- there's police officers all around.
sit and videotape it, we have children basically at risk because they are in a fight. >> two teens are facing simple battery charges. a third person could also be charged but police are still investigating. facebook today is reversing itself after harsh criticism for sensoring an iconic photo from the vietnam war. the social media site blocked the 1972 photo of a naked screaming girl from an saying it's inappropriate. facebook says they will eye just its review process on future postings. a teen who rescued a 71- year-old man who crashed into a pond in palm harbor will be honored for his heroic actions. last month the teen was in a car with his family when he saw another car in a pond. he got out and dove into the water to rescue that 71-year- old driver.
spasms in his back and neck. thankfully not seriously hurt. 4:39 -- still ahead, a bus filled with high school students crashes in denver. the driver died. we'll update the students' injuries and what may have led up to the crash. >> the driver of a tesla was using the self-driving mode when he was killed in a crash last may. now the tesla ceo says that auto pilot software will be updated. how the new out. coming up. >> bucks talk about the plays that helped win yesterday's opener and a great catch from major league baseball from someone who doesn't even play
some students in colorado are missing deadly bus crash at the denver international airport. the driver picked up students there yesterday afternoon, circled back to the airport and crashed into a concrete pillar. the driver died. students were rushed to nearby hospitals. two in critical condition. police still don't know what caused the driver to lose control and crash. alexis arquette, transgender actress died sunday morning in los angeles but
alexis was born as robert arquette. known for roles in wedding singer and pulp fiction. we're told her famous siblings were at her side when she died. she were 47 years old. a third floor balcony collapsed. at least 30 people were injured in the accident. police say the deck was rotted and rickety. it collapsed on a porch on the send floor that then crumpled to the ground below. a chicago man says up with rising crime and now hiring his own security officer. that security company owner, howard grier, also a chicago police officer patrols the block. he and fellow off-duty officers now walk the neighborhood with guns and handcuffs six days a week, eight hours a day. >> it's like a supplement. to a crime fighting, to the police department. i think it's very effective. >> it may be effective but also expensive.
has paid about $5,000 for this extra security. tlc star toby willis is accused of having sex with an underage girl. he's the star of "the willis family" reality show. featuring his wife and 12 children and follows their music careers. he's now facing rape charges. the fbi is now busted two north carolina men for hacking several u.s. government officials and u.s. computer systems. they are accused of targeting the cia, national intelligence and homeland security. investigators say andrew boggs and justin lieberman used social engineering to gain access to the personal on-line accounts of senior officials. their families as well as government computers. history was made at the miss america pageant last night. you saw it on abc action news. erin oh flaherty, missouri ms. the first openly gay contestant. she didn't win the ground but did reach a goal for inspiring other women to follow their
talent competition with a jazz dance. miss arkansas! >> your new miss america 2017. winning the crown in atlantic city last night. she was asked what she thought of hillary clinton. her response is down the middle saying both candidates have done a great job but both need to watch saying "everything they do and say matters." tickets go on sale for the broadway sensation "wicked" at the straz in downtown tampa starting february 1st. it's about two witches in the land of oz. buy them at the box office or call 813-229-star. >> it's by far one of the best shows on broadway if you have not seen it. there's a job fair in tampa today. doubletree hotel on west
from 11:00 to 2:00. today the clearwater marine aquarium will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for its planned expansion. 9:30 this morning. the expansion will feature a 400-space parking garage, two four-er to buildings for education as well as a 1.5 million gallon rescued dolphin habitat as well as a pelican habitat. it will be open for guests during all phases of expansion. sounds good. one of my favorite places. good to see the marine mammals you don't get to see everyday. temperatures in the upper 70s to lower 80s. did you enjoy the weekend? you couldn't step outside without folks complaining about the heat. it was hot. in fact it was record hot both saturday and sunday. we had both days hit 95 degrees at the airport. it was stifling out there with, of course the heat index of 105 plus through the afternoon. it's done and there's tropical
last week relatively dry. we had been talking about that, low rain chances. well, complete 180 this week. we're going the other direction with moisture coming in that will allow for temperatures to stay 89 to 93 in the afternoon. showers and storms off shore moving north and west. in fact it's going to the flow, south and east. you're going to start hearing thunder. it's going to be loud and pouring. so something we have not seen at least in a week or so. of course before hermine got us with all the rain here. there's the tropical wave over the bahamas. in fact the national hurricane center had been looking at this for development. it's not going to develop. just a lot of rainfall the next few days. it won't be the rain that starts in the morning and continues all day. not like that. it will just be tropical moisture to set the stage for the heating of the day, to get us into afternoon thunderstorms here so that is the way things are going to shape up as we
going, really lighting up. by 4:00, 7:00, then everything heads to the gulf and we'll be back tomorrow morning with the same pattern and the day after that. that is going to hang out for a few days as far as the high rain chances. so temperatures low 90s next few days. in fact i think we'll stay south of that by tomorrow and wednesday with rain chances between 60% and 7 o%. that continues through the end of the week. you're look live at i-275 at jefferson street. you can see traffic seems to be moving along. no issues there this morning. janelle martinez will join us live with traffic reports starting at 5:00 a.m. bucs win and a three game series against the blue jays. eric waxler has your morning sports rep. the bucks talk about the plays that helped win yesterday's opener and a great catch from major league baseball from someone who
>> we'll get back to you as soon as possible. small technical glitch there on our morning sports. still ahead -- a florida mosque catches fire, easterly close to the 15 -- eerily close to the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks. what is the fire marshal saying about the investigation? >> a woman gets hit on by a catfish. >> what? >> it actually flew from the sky. >> what? >> you don't hear that everyday. we'll hear from the woman and why that fish was in the sky in
good morning on a monday. it will be dry as we check in on the bus stop forecast from 7:00 to 8:00. i think we'll be fine with upper 70s. warm big changes for this week. you need the rain gear, you need the ponchos, umbrellas, it's going to be pouring at times between 3:00 and thereafter. so picking up the kids it's going to be wet unlike last week we had a nice break. more on that in futurecast and the extended coming up. the bucs win their first regular season game and tonight the rays start their three-game series against the blue jays. eric waxler with your morning
>> reporter: good morning. sunday a day to remember. those lost on 9/11. and celebrate the american tradition that is the nfl. jameis winston and the bucs standing tall during the national anthem and then during the game in atlanta. they stood pretty tall too. winston to charles sims. how about the moves? jameis winston says sims is the most underrated in the league, putting the bucs ahead 17-13 before the half. winston sharp in the second. goes deep to austin and talk about a catch stretching for a score. then another great throw and catch. this time over the shoulder, mike evans is going to bring it down. bucs go up 31-13, the falcons get within a touchdown late but on their last try gerald mccoy going to tip it at the line of scrimmage. 31-24 the bucs hold on. gatorade showers here. the emotion of the september 11 attacks especially strong at yankee stadium where
four-game series against new york. the rays lost their first three games but finally get it together in the bronx. corey dickerson breaks a scoreless tie in the second with his 19th home run of the season, two run shoutout to right field. the rays get good pitching from matt andreess in bullpen and homers from forsyth and miller. rays win 4-2 they are in toronto tonight. this is the mets in atlanta. this is a grand field but look who catches it. yeah. the guy in the yellow vest selling the 50/5050 tickets. no glove. what a catch. sign him up. i like it. that's your morning sports update. have a great day. picking up debris left behind by hermine in pasco county. >> and a live report about requesting debris pickup and
trash. >> distracted driving is to blame for a chain reaction crash on the courtney campbell causeway. a 2-year-old is in critical condition this morning. live report coming up. i love publix digital coupons... i signed up for them at publix.com and i just clip them like this... clip...save clip...save clip...save that's how i save at publix. how 'bout you?
a little girl is in critical condition after an accident on the courtney campbell. why authorities say the multicar pile-up was preventable. >> florida teen accused of impersonating a doctor is in trouble with the law again. find out what he's accused of doing at a virginia car dealership. this will make you shake your head. he's back in jail this morning. 5:00 on a monday. thank you for joining us on abc action news. >> we start with breaking news. arson investigator is looking into a fire at a pulse nightclub shooter omar mateen attended. crews in st. lucie got the call around 12:30 this morning that the islamic center of fort pierce was on fire. they say there's no indication now according to arson but there have been past threats made at the very same mosque. the fire marshal and sheriff's office are investigating, no word yet on any possible injuries. let's go to ivan for a look at the forecast. >> big changes coming up for