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weekend cooldown in ten minutes. here are your hot spots at 6:00 on your thursday. i am road warrior hilary zalla. there is an accident in hernando county in springhill just reported along linden drive at mariner boulevard. injuries are reported and you do have lanes blocked there. in pasco county i am on top of this accident in san antonio along state road 52 west of curly street. you have lanes blocked in the eastbound direction. in less than ten minutes i will have drive time look at your bridges. your news. your community. we are putting the news back in the morning. this is "10news this morning" at 6. >> good thursday morning to you. welcome to "10news this morning." i am allison kropff. >> i'm ian reitz. >> hillary clinton and donald trump battle it out on the debate stage for the last time during the presidential debate. plus, a new zika warning if you or someone you know has been to certain areas of miami.
latest on the trop. so we are going to get a look at the master plan? >> reporter: that's right. the fight to keep the rays right here in downtown st. pete is going to come down to three different master plans that city officials are going to be presenting to city council later on today. but it's not just about redeveloping the trop. this is also about redeveloping all of this land down here in downtown st. pete and trying to turn this area into a much more lively place than it is now. so if the city has its way we will see a public private partnership go up. that could include an entertainment district, possibly some sort of research and educational district, possibly housing, businesses and restaurants. of course, the ideal situation for the city is to have the rays build their new stadium here. if they do not, we will see redevelopment happen anyway. but it's redevelopment that
30 years ago the city used imminent domain. city leaders say this time around things are going to be different and including the community will be a priority for a project they say is best for this area. >> the opportunity so monumental for our city without question. the best future for the city, the best future for see a completely new stadium built there. >> reporter: economic leaders say the rays would pay for part of the stadium but some of the burden would fall on taxpayers. officials say the investment will be worth it for all the business and money it will generate for the city. and the master plans that -- those master plans are going to be unveiled to city council this afternoon. of course, we are going to keep you posted on those plans. we will let you know exactly
step forward for the city, obviously. what comes after the council sees these plans today? >> reporter: allison, after council gets a chance to take them in, get a good look at them, see what they include, they will make a decision which one they like best and then they will take it to the rays to see which one they like. >> emerald, thank you. also happening at st. pete city council today we will get an update on the city's fix to the system to prevent another massive sewage spill. >> . donald trump and hillary clinton are back on the campaign trail today after their third and final presidential debate on wednesday. weijia jiang has more on why the stakes are so high for both presidential candidates. >> trust fund by making --
began. without a customary handshake between the presidential nominees. one of the most controversial moments of the night came when donald trump refused to say whether he would accept the outcome of the general election. >> i will tell you at the time. i will keep you in suspense. >> that's horrifying. you know, every time donald thinks things are not going in his direction he claims whatever it is is rigged against him. >> reporter: at least three republican senators, including arizona's jeff flake, immediately condemned the remarks on social di clinton's campaign. this group of uncommitted voters was left divided. >> a disconnection from a lot of the population to say no matter what the results are, i will be obviously with it. without knowing what's going to happen, i don't know if anybody would do that. >> reporter: the third and final debate in las vegas was dominated by substance from abortion to the economy to russian interference in the
respect for this person. >> well, that's because he would rather have a puppet as president. >> no puppet. no puppet. >> reporter: both candidates addressed their looming troughs as well. clinton on her family foundation. >> everything i did at secretary of state was in furtherance of our country's interests. >> reporter: and trump on the numerous sexual assault allegations against him. >> i think they want either fame or her campaign did it, and i think it's >> reporter: voters head to the polls in three weeks on election day. weijia jiang, cbs news las vegas. >> clinton and trump -- the event benefits charities that serves new york's media children. the cdc is warning pregnant women who recently visited or live in miami-dade county to get tested for the zika virus and this is whether or not they have symptoms.
county since august 1st. this is the only county in the u.s. where the mosquitoes have been spreading the virus. today in st. pete the city will get an u.p. about the spraying and genetically modified mosquitoes to prevent zika. this is scary. one person is dead after a crane collapsed. the man killed was a bystander and several others were hurt. this happened 5:00 wednesday afternoon at a high- at this point an investigation is still underway. crews in los angeles are battling this wildfire. temperatures are expected to get near triple digits today. so homes are in danger. there is crews working to fight off the flames. the l.a. fire department says the 20- acre fire started in southern california. the dry conditions, they are expected to last through much
tow trucks in downtown tampa are gonna be wrapped in tape this weekend. at the end aaa will be giving free roadside assistance to people who have trouble. the american cancer society will be holding walks through the end of the month. to find one close to you go to wtsp.com. this is going to ll >> if you have a sec come over to the tv because we have a picture to show you. this was captured the moment a 16-year-old was seen rising from his wheelchair to honor the american flag during his school's homecoming parade. the teen has spina bifida and has not been able to walk or stand most of his life. the photographer who is the teen's uncle said that no one knew he was going to do this. the teen said he didn't do it
expect this type of outpouring or attention for the picture. >> yeah, he just did it for respect. whether you want to admit it or not, christmas is around the corner. we have some gift ideas for the person who has just about everything. >> yeah, you're gonna have to up your budget if you expect to get anything on list. one baseball team closer to the championship. who punched their ticket to the world series. and t-mobile is in hot water this unlimited data. how they got away with it and what you need to know no matter who you use for a cell phone provider. and as you head out the door this morning here is your bridge update. we are getting into morning rush hour. 6:08. the sunshine skyway bridge is quiet. drive time is 17 minutes from pinellas point drive to 75 in manatee county. the howard frankland bridge is picking up northbound to tampa.
coming up in less than ten minutes i will have a report on an accident in hernando county. a great start today. we are seeing temperatures in the 60s. we will warm up through the afternoon. one thing to give you a heads up as you are out the door this morning a few areas of patchy fog north of the tampa bay area. do keep that in mind if you are traveling along i-75. we will talk about the big weekend cooldown. we are talking highs in the 70s. i will have that detailed forecast for you coming right
listen to that. that is wind and rain from a super typhoon as it slammed into northeastern philippines late wednesday. winds were recorded at 140 miles per hour, which just for the roofs off of some homes. many villages don't have any power right now. the storm is now in the china sea and clean-up can finally begin. we don't know if anybody was hurt or killed. more crazy video this morning. this is clean-up taking place
explosion. you see the damage on the street here. this is in a shopping district area. eight people were hurt, including some police officers and firefighters. they all are expected to be okay thankfully. now, firefighters were inside the building at the time of the explosion. others were in the surrounding buildings trying to help get people out. 6:13 is the time. one team is headed to the world series. the cleveland indians. they will represent the american league. it was a big night to beat the toronto blue jays game five wednesday night to ticket. part of the indians' success has come from brandon guyer when he was traded away in august. we can't forget about the national league. this is an exciting series right now. tied at two games apiece, the cubs of course led by former rays manager joe maddon beat the dodgers 10-2 in los angeles. game five tonight. we will have highlights at 11:00. if you are keeping track, if you're not keeping track, we have got you covered.
>> no. hard to -- hard to believe. >> we have a unique wish list. >> neiman marcus comes out with this book every year. one and a half million dollars will get you a rose gold private jet. that's what i want. do you need somewhere to go in that jet? for $700,000 you and seven friends can live like the royals for a week at three english estates. is that too pricey? >> pretty up there. >> for $100,000 you curated collection of medal winning children's books. >> my problem is my two-year- old rips the paints out of books. >> yeah. >> may be an issue there. >> those are just a couple of things on the list, but they are always just bananas. >> it's always interesting to see what they come up with. they have a football camp with joe montana. that was $65,000. >> do you think people buy that stuff? >> we were talking about that.
some ideas, and you figure how can we tailor that down a little bit. >> if you want to buy me the jet -- >> do you have a pilot as well? >> i don't know. >> i don't care. we are talking about this on the live stream on facebook. ian reitz or allison kropff at 10news. we look forward to chatting with you on facebook. we want to chat hilary. she is checking traffic. 6:15 is the time on this thursday. >> we are getting into morning rush hour and we are starting to see more accidents. in hernando county there is a crash along i-75. this is just south of cortez boulevard in the northbound direction and i am seeing just a slight delay here. you may have a lane blocked. injuries are reported as well. so 25 minutes from state road 56 west chapel north to cortez boulevard in brooksville.
st. petersburg. this one is along 54th avenue north at 22nd street north. that's right near the cracker barrel there if you are familiar area just east of 275. it's actually near the interchange there, but it's not blocking any lanes. you will see police on scene. live to sky 10, 275 drivers we are picking up. this is a live look at busch boulevard. as you head south you can see we are starting to ethe brake see the brake lights, slower traffic. drive time is 18 minutes from the apex down to i-4. you know that usually it does take 15 minutes. so this is when we're really starting to see delays. i-4 in polk county is also picking up just a little bit. this is a live look at polk parkway. really not any huge delays at although. your drive time is 15 minutes from polk parkway to 75. in sarasota and manatee counties i-75, u.s. 301 and
bridges between palmetto and bradenton either. ashley. all right. nice and quiet this morning, and all the rain we're seeing once again on the east side of the state. so pretty typical. this has been the case every start to our day so far this week with a quiet start as we look out over sarasota once again. no surprises there. one thing we are dealing with a little bit more is the fog this morning and it's been our nature coast counties special along the i-75 corridor. so especially for brooksville up into slow it down. our temperatures are looking great across the board. 69 in sarasota. 66 now in clearwater. nice comfortable temperatures with minimal rain chances. in fact, near zero. the only thing we may see once again is a quick little sprinkle or two thanks to the easterly winds, but this promises to be the best chance at any showers and it's a guarantee that we're gonna get cooler air behind it. again a bit after slow mover. this is pushing through the mid
valley later on today and then from there we see that start to move off to the southeast moving into our area late friday into early saturday. notice that with this it's largely a dry front. we are only expecting about a 20% chance of showers overnight. our dew points are a little bit lower this morning. that's why we have cooled off a degree or two more than what we had yesterday, but it will creep back up as we head into the afternoon in terms of those higher humidity levels and then it comes crashing down with front. that was a potent frontal boundary with the dew points back down in the 50s. that means our overnight temperatures can fall into the 50s after we warm things up a good bit throughout the course of the day today. 88 degrees for your high this afternoon in tampa. you could hit 90 degrees later on. nowhere near that for the weekend. this is looking fantastic. talk about a nice just taste of fall weather just in time for the weekend. so if you haven't already decorated for halloween, you
it. it will help get you in the halloween spirit with high temperatures near 80 and overnight temperatures actually falling into the upper 50s in many locations, including right here in the bay area. if you're in the nature coast i think mid 50s are in your not too distant future, and we actually get to see it stick around through monday. wednesday the heat and a little bit of humidity starts to creep back into our forecast. get our 10 weather updates on the road with our radi and 106.9 fm and 10 weather in spanish on 92.5. i am ryan bass. here is your gmc keys to the game for bears-packers. it starts with aaron rodgers. he needs to get in a groove. how the bears and brian hoyer
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you love all-day breakfast. but you don't love that you can't get all your favorites. but now you can get more of what you love. so you can find something else to not love. some of the strongest men and women will come to the bay area for the strong man competition. >> it benefits some of our community manies who could use
clearwater where hope isn't too heavy. >> reporter: what's harder to do? raise the weight, or raise some hope? >> easy. i am built for it. >> reporter: more than 70 athletes from around the country will try to do both this weekend. >> i get nervous every time. >> reporter: at the tampa bay strong man classic. >> absolutely. every year i look forward to this. this is my show. >> reporter: donny keenan started it five years ago. this year it has a new mission. raising supplies child focused organization eckhart raising hope. >> our goal is to make sure every child who enters foster care have the emergency supplies they need. >> these men and women will be pushing up incredible amounts of weight. they agree it's not necessarily about this. whether you are pushing out 500 pounds or just the bar, what they are really raising is hope for the over 6600 foster care kids in the tampa bay area.
girl donny met three months ago who inspired this whole event. >> it took everything i had to keep myself together. i am a 320-pound strong veteran man. it was so emotional to see these kids that had just came into the foster program that barely had a shirt on their back and to see the joy in their face when they get new clothes, new shoes, backpacks to go to school in. it was amazing. >> when you come across people that are committed to sport d their community and kids they will never meet and have that passion then we have a shared spirit. >> reporter: if you are used to raising 600 pounds, a little hope doesn't seem too heavy. on the road in clearwater, i am bobby lewis, 10news wtsp. >> all right. if you want to check out the event at the quaker state and lube in clearwater saturday at 11. it's free. if you go, organizers ask that you bring packages of socks and underwear for foster kids of
little things like that make such a difference in their lives. he said i am a big tough guy and it impacted him. >> really cool. we have a couple of accidents out there. one in hernando county and one in pinellas county. we have sky 10 going up in the air. hot spots coming up. no big issues on the read ways. a little bit of patchy fog north of the bay area. beyond that we are quiet today and of course we're talking more about this cold front. can't say enough nice th coming up in a few minutes. a tampa bay rays player coming to a television near you as a cartoon. we will explain. it is very quiet on the roads around tropicana field. it will start to pick up as we go throughout the day today.
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get more of what you love. so you can find something else to not love. like hearing the sound of your own voice. 6:29. we are off to a great start this morning. we looking at cameras across the area. no big issues. up into parts of pasco you may see a slight reduction in some of that visibility. do be careful on the roads this morning. temperatures are largely in the 60s. a couple of 70s hanging on out there. 73 right now in st. pete. overall though nice cool start to the day with a warm afternoon ahead. we will talk about how toasty it will get and look ahead to the weekend cooldown in a few
thursday. i am road warrior hilary zalla. there is a possible fatal accident in hernando county along i-75. this is right near cortez boulevard, and we are starting to see delays in that northbound direction. let's go live to sky 10. we are flying over this accident in st. pete on 54th avenue north at 22nd street north at that 275 interchange. the tow truck is on scene. in less than ten minutes i will get you a detour in hernando county along 75 and dr major delays on our interstates. good morning. thursday, october 20th. i am allison kropff. >> i'm ian reitz. this is a look at today's top stories at 6:30. >> the opportunity is monumental for our city. >> redeveloping tropicana field. today you will see plans to upgrade the venue as st. pete city leaders get their final presentation. trust fund. he would rather have a puppet as president.
no puppet. you're the puppet. >> the loser concedes to the winner? i will tell you at the time. i will keep you in suspense. >> donald trump and hillary clinton back on the campaign trail after their final debate. one of the most controversial moments of the night, trump refusing to say whether he would accept the outcome of the general election. t-mobile will pay $48 million for misleading customers with its unlimited data plan. they are going to the world series. >> the cleveland indians head to the world series after beating the blue jays. they will either face the l.a. dodgers and who says timo has to get you down? this 32-year-old woman's hospital dance party with her friend is going viral. 6:31 is the time. the presidential candidates back on the trail following last night's nidor and final presidential debate. one of the most controversial moments of the night was when donald trump refused to say whether he would accept the outcome of the general election. >> we will tell you at the time. i will keep you in suspense.
you know, every time donald thinks things are not going in his direction, he claims whatever it is is rigged against him. >> so hillary clinton and trump went head to head for 90 minutes in las vegas on issues like russia, the economy and immigration. they are both expected to speak tonight at a foundation in new york. this morning t-mobile customers feel cheated. the carrier has been curbing your data for months, slowing down your service once you claiming offer unlimited data plans. sarah hollenbeck is live at the tampa -- the t-mobile store in tampa. it turns out that unlimited data isn't really unlimited and it doesn't matter which cell phone company you are using? >> reporter: absolutely. that's what's so interesting in this. in this particular case it's not like they got in trouble because they limited your unlimited data, but rather because they didn't tell you about it. take a look at this. mostly every carrier that we
read this tiny little print. can you read it? i bet you can't. they are telling you if you go over a certain amount, it will bill you. this is the talk of tampa this morning because we can relate to it. a lot of customers for t-mobile feel cheated, like they were kept in the dark all this time. t-mobile's unlimited data plan was one of the biggest selling points to customers we talked to. >> you don't have to worry about ur indeed, unlimited, or so we thought. >> reporter: so what can you do without going on a data diet? the easiest way is to connect to wi-fi whenever it's possible so you don't have to use cell data. turn off any app notifications. that runs it up really quick. in t-mobile's particular case, 26 gigabytes of data is how much you get before they end up slowing down your service. allison and ian, that is so
phone for text messages, for apps, for all the email that we get. everything. >> yeah, we are using it all of the time. through all of this you found out people are not going to get a refund but they will get some perks? >> reporter: yep, they are not gonna get any money. inside the store they can get at least one cell phone accessory 20% off and they could get 4 gigabytes of extra data, but not everyone qualifies. they won't find out until december. >> all right. so they have time sarah live in tampa. 6:34 is the time. we are hearing from witnesses who were there for the takedown of an escaped prisoner who abducted a corrections officer while fleeing polk county. this started wins in bartow. deputies found david ross near tent city in pinellas county. investigators say deputies attempted to pull over the stolen truck that ross used to escape and he tried to get out and run away. >> hold still. don't move. don't more.
shaking his hands up and down. and i am thinking this is why you idiots get shot because you don't listen to what the police tell you to do. >> ross is waiting to make his first appearance on charges including possession after handcuff key and resisting an officer before he can be transferred back to state custody. he was scheduled for release in 2019. he is now likely going to serve much longer. 6:35. today victims of drug and alcohol overdoses will be remembered in a vigil. this is the eighth year the pinellas county sheriff's office has partnered with new york overdose provincial and education for this -- prevention and education for this service. it's to reach out to people living with addiction problems. these pictures are from last year's service. the candlelight vigil starts tonight at 7:00 at largo central park. $7 million. that's how much damage port officials think that hurricane matthew caused to port canaveral. there were up to $3 million
the damage could have been much worse. think about this. if that hurricane would have moved closer to shore. thankfully, the port was able to reopen quickly after it passed. 6:36 is the time. no part of the bay area has seen more change over the years than st. petersburg from new buildings to new businesses, but there is at least 4,000 square feet of the city that time has forgotten. the owner of the warehouse you're looking at has gone through collections of things that have been stored there since the 1970 bottles of coca-cola classic. she is working to save and repieces of history that have been hidden by time. >> i want to see what i can grab, what we can salvage, what we can capture of history. >> it's gonna be interesting to see what she find in there as she goes through that. >> cool stuff. >> yeah. she plans to keep some of the treasures, sell others and preserve as much history as she
the st. pete pier approach project. ed art committee is meeting this morning at nine to talk about the art work you're gonna see. there is about $400,000 to put towards this. there will be an update on the $6 million restoration of the pier. this is inspiring this morning. >> you or someone you know ma have gone through chemo. it is difficult. that's why two women are determined to change >> all righty. >> love it. >> they posted this video on social media. her buddy is putting the juju on the chemo as they dance to the song. this video has been seen nearly two million times. she just wants other people to get out of their comfort zone and have somebody with them during this time. she also talks in an article i read about just wanting people to smile. >> if you are going through that and to get your mind off
period, dancing and smiling and laughing like she is doing, that's perfect. >> yeah. we are going to take a closer look at grooming habits of men, and one thing in particular. and a reunion after an officer saved a child's life. that story is at 6:45. coming up on 10news and cbs, thursday night football chicago at green bay at 8:00.
6:41 on your thursday. we are starting to pick up across the howard frankland bridge. this is a live look for you. so the northbound lanes are southbound not looking too bad. i checked your drive time here. it is six minutes to cross. the gandy bridge is at five minutes, and the courtney campbell is at seven. ashley. things are quiet this morning. head up. there may be visibility issues for parts of the nature coast, especially near the brooksville areas. beyond that though we are quiet for the bay area. allergy levels, and i wish i could see they were heading in a downward trend, but unfortunately in the moderate range straight through the rest
the water. winds will start to pick up in advance of the next front tomorrow. i will talk about that all important weekend forecast in a few moments. just about 6:42 on this thursday morning. here is a look at some of the stories we are on top of on "10news this morning." today st. pete city council is going to talk about their plans to redevelop tropicana field. the city has been working with consultants on the project. we're gonna have a look at the redevelopment plans later on 10news. did you know that cell phone carriers often throttle you? they slow your service if you exceed a certain threshold or go over your data plan. the fcc fined t-mobile for not clearingly telling customers after using 26 gigabytes they would experience slower speeds. the agency says they have done better since 2015. if you are a customer, don't expect a credit to your
a 20% discount to an accessory in their store. the presidential candidates are spending time in key states. hillary clinton and donald trump were on stage for 90 minutes in las vegas. they talked about a number of issues, like russia, the economy, and immigration. now shall the most controversial moment of the night was when trump refused to say whether he would accept the outcome of the election should he use. that immediately drew criticismr the aisle. 6:43. let's get a check of morning sports. >> how is it going? i am ryan bass. coming up tonight on 10 sports the bolts try to stay undefeated with the colorado avalanche in town. we will get to know jon cooper a little bit before the puck drops. also, ivy league grads collide. you're not gonna want to miss it. that's at 11.
chris archer, who will appear in a cartoon this saturday on car tune network. -- cartoon network. >> that's awesome. we got to find -- i guess they are gonna kinda little league team in the cartoon. an amazing rescue to show you out of texas where a police officer stepped in to save the life of a three-year-old boy. the boy was having a seizure and he stopped breathing outside a fast food restaurant. >> yeah. it was caught on this police dash cam. he told the boy's father to do chest compressions while he got a cpr mask. when he got back he delivered rescue breath and the boy was breathing in moments. the two were reunited since the first time it happened. >> there is nothing i can give
>> he says he was simply doing his job. >> thankful that he did, you know, just jumped in, knew what to do. got the dad started on the chest compressions. >> yeah, got through the motions. >> right. >> to get him breathing again. do you shave your legs? >> i do not. >> you don't? >> i don't. >> half of all men shave their legs. >> really? >> yes. this was in a facebook poll. this is by men's health. check this out. 48% of men who were responding to th kind of leg hair trimming or shaving. >> all right. >> that includes 50% who said that they completely shave their legs. 52% though said they do not shave at all. so this seems to kind of point towards a growing trend. some of the comments that we saw talked about if the man was ripped or in good shape they like to shave their legs because they look stronger and cleaner. women asked what they thought
touch their leg hair while the other half was actually in favor of this. so could be a trend. maybe something you want to try out? >> yeah. i don't know. i almost forget to shave my face in the morning. that would be another thing to add to that. >> usually you think of athletes doing this. >> yeah. shaving a couple seconds off their time. >> just letting you know. ashley, it is 46 minutes after 6:00. how we doing outside? >> a whole lot of leg hair talk 6: [ laughter ] weather-wise i think, well, apparently there is a big difference on should men shave their legs, we are all looking forward to the cooldown this weekend. 68 tampa. 67 in riverview. off to a great start. there have been a couple issues, a, with our cameras. if you are in pasco, hernando or citrus counties, there has
trying to drive through that. around the bay area no issues with visibility this morning and we don't expect anything to develop over the next couple of hours along with the rain chances we are keeping at bay throughout the day today but without much in the way of cloud cover and not much in the way of rain chances we will heat things up. expect temperatures that are a little bit on the warm side. we will get into the upper 80s today. a stray little sprinkle could be possible this afternoon if you're in polk or highlands counties. by the time wech area, it will be extra cloud cover as opposed to even that light sprunk that's a possibility for our -- sprinkle that's a possibility for eastern counties. not much in the way of rain in the forecast for the next seven days. after starting off in the 60s we warm up to around 80, 82 degrees by your lunch hour, and then we will hit our peak about 4:00 where we hit 88 in tampa and then notice this evening as you're out and about we see
degrees once again. that's where we will be as the lightning kick things off tonight at amalie arena. partly cloudy. you won't be driving through rain, anything like that, and it should be a really great game. still watching this area of unsettled weather. could possibly become tropical storm otto. if that happens, this front is gonna push that off too the east and there is going to be no threat to florida. we can just get out and enjoy our very non-tropical weekend. highs near 80 degrees. it's going to feel great. so good that we will start off with temperatures in the upper 50s. how is that for a taste of fall? 83 on monday. a little bit of warm starts creeping back tuesday into wednesday, but only isolated rain chances straight on through wednesday. check out our 10 weather forecast with our newspaper partners, the "tampa bay times," and if you live in polk county check out our forecast in the ledger.
6:48 is the time. i am road warrior hilary zalla. i want to get you right to an accident from sky 10 live in tampa on mlk boulevard. there is an accident at 275. this is affecting westbound mlk. traffic is completely stopped. so if you are traveling this way, you're also not able to -- well, you're able to get off 275 northbound to mlk. you can see the ramp is so jammed. there are injuries reported this way, i would recommend getting off at hillsborough avenue exit. not this exit because this is a mess. also, if you take mlk, again you may want to consider taking hillsborough avenue instead. back to our maps. let's get you drive times here. 275 as you head south in tampa is definitely getting busy. you are at 26 from the apex down to i-4. the i-4 interchange is in the red as well. you're looking at 11 minutes
on top of this really serious possible fatal accident in brooksville. now, this is reported by fhp. serious injuries. that's why we're reporting this as a possible fatal crash. 26 minutes is the drive time from state road 56 to cortez boulevard. this accident is south of the interchange along 75 with cortez boulevard and you're seeing heavy delays in that northbound direction. you may want to consider taking u.s. 301 which is just to the east as your de typical delays on polk parkway and bartow road, and sarasota and manatee counties u.s. 301 isn't looking too bad. drive time 24 minutes from 75 to fruitville road. and if you have any problems on the roads, be sure to send me an email. i am your road warrior and i will help you with any traffic safety issues. just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. in case you missed it, james corden helped tom cruise relive his entire career on the late, late show.
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clearly, we were sleeping during that time. >> i hate it when goose dies in the end. >> you gave it away to some people. [ laughter ] how are we doing outside? >> 275 coming across the howard frankland bridge into tampa delays at the kennedy airport exit. it's not horrible. now is a good time to get out the door. overall, weather-wise we are looking good. we will top out in the upper 80s and then our big cooldown arrives this weekend. [ applause ] >> nice. >> yeah. really well. >> 50s? >> 50s for the bay area this time. >> how is saturday looking? >> great. >> yay! we are all wearing purple today to support crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. i have a team. hilary's crony's.
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