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good morning, and welcome to 10 news sunday morning with the tampa bay times. i'm mark rivera. we're happy to have you with us. coming up on . good morning and welcome to 10 news sunday morning with the tampa bay times. i am mark rivera. we are happy to have you with us this weekend. coming up with the time election, the candidates are spelling out first priorities of getting into office. >> election office mistake in south florida. ballots going out with one of the most talked about issues for voters. >> it is the moment and waiting for decades for. a return to the world series. we begin with the race for
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north carolina for rallies in raleigh and charlotte and donald trump will be in naples at the collier county fairgrounds. in pennsylvania, visiting the historic civil war battlefield of gettysburg, he laid out his goals for the first 100 days of office. limits in congress. hiring freeze for much of the federal government. and for businesses and mild class and legislation to fund a wall on the southern border. >> dealing. the powerful protecting the powerful and about special interest and donors, who have rigged the system. the system is rigged. >> you know it. i know it. the politicians know it. the media people know it. and they all know it. >> we have very specific plans and we are going to get to work the day after the election. and do everything possible to
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of the american people. on saturday, another woman came forward. accusing donald trump of inappropriate sexual contact. jessica drake said trump touched her and kissed her a decade ago. >> the campaign called the story false and ridiculous. >> another election blupped der here in florida. mail in ballots have turned up without an important constitutional amendment. >> florida's chapter of normal also money as the ti marijuana laws, they filed a lawsuit after some mail-in ballots did not include amendment two. that would legalize medical marijuana. the group is asking a county court judge for all elections offices to distribute new ballots to all voters who have received them in the mail. >> this is a ballot initiative that two years ago was on the ballot and fell short of passing. it got 58% and 60%.
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votes that it received the last time it was on the ballot. >> new numbers show a million people have voted across florida. >> a blockbuster buyout will be something to watch as the stock market opens tomorrow. >> at&t has announced its buying time warner for more than 85 billion-dollars. time warner owes the warner brothers movie studio as well as hbo and cnn, this is a telecom giant and already owns a cellphone business and direct tv and internet service with a company behind the world's most popular entertainment. >> they have to sign off on the acquisition and that is no sure thing. >> al franken from minnesota said it raises immediate red flags. >> here is proof. just how important life jackets can be for anyone on board a boat. take a look at this. >> four people including a
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rescued by the coast guard early saturday morning. their boat started taking on water. >> that group was 12 miles out from john's pass and found them clinging to the capsized hull and you saw them clinging on top of it there. thankfully, they all had life jackets. >> check this out. >> this is incredible video off the coast of miami beach. a group of boaters came face to face with this giant whale shark and look at yes. he is hanging loose with that whale shark. >> it is the largest fish in the world and did grow over 40 feet long weighing nearly 20 tons. one of the divers figured this is between 25 to 30 feet long. and this is the time of year that whale sharks migrate there the this in had florida from the warmer caribbean. >> it is a win for the ages. >> it is a long suffering
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world series. this happen hasn't happened for 71 years. they beat the los angeles dodgers in game six of the national league championship in a decisive 5-0 victory. >> this means. they will basically face the indians in the series. the cubs vont won since 1908. catcher david roth summed up the feeling during the locker room celebration. >> we have guys who care about one another. and sacrifice one another. >> a lot of hard work last two years and this is a deserved victory here going to the world series. >> my gosh. >> look at the fans celebrating the through there. and so excited. kicks off in cleveland and returning to wrigley field on game three on friday. woke up to colder temperatures this morning or felt like ago florida winter. but in alaska. >> they are getting real winter. take a look at this video. >> first significant snowfall
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letting it go to waste. >> it did cause a lot of car crashes and people didn't have good time to put on their snow tires. so, that was the issue there. and you can see. these folks are having such a great time. >> now, we will get a check with the forecast and ashley baity. this puts the in perspective. >> right. >> 65 in st. pete and look up to where we are starting off with readings in the mid-40s. you are at 45 degrees right there. little doze of at least florida fall. and certainly out there this morning. these temperatures will be climbing. if they are ha little too chilly for you right now. we will warm things up nicely.
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really chilly as you enjoy the awesome greek food. >> the beach is stunning and it is a little bit cool. so light jacket. sweater. may not be the worse idea this morning and the winds have come down since yesterday. >> it is a little bit more calm on the water with obviously nothing in the way of rain popping up. >> so, you are looking for a sunday brunch spot. this is so nice out there. and we will see the temperatures by the 11:00 hour. rebounding back to the morning. we will warm up a lot as we head through the afternoon. the future cast keep it is bright and sunny and in addition to that sweater. don't leave the shades at home and miss those and remember. even though it is cool outside. lots of spf 30. that is your friend in the long term. this is inland spots and into the evening. overalthough. we are not expecting much of that and any included cover is
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us. >> we will stay sunny. cool, clear during the overnight hours. all the sunshine. we will warm things up. temperatures in the mid-50s and look at how quickly by the lounge hour. we rebound and in the low 70s there. they will have to peak near 80 degrees. it is just for the tampa bay area and we will start to see the temperatures dropping once again. still pretty cool as you are heading out the door tomorrow. we may see a couple of 40s up in the nature this time around. and not quite as chilly and it is warmer during the afternoon. now, the dewpoints come up just a hair overnight tonight. that's why we are not quite as chilly over there. the pattern holds for the next few days. >> gradual warm ups and instead of upper 70s. we talk about hoe 80s. not until tuesday. wednesday. the humidity starts to come back and that will have a nice comfortable start with isolated
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half of the week. >> grab the weather forecast if you are outside enjoying the weather and you will get all the latest breaking news. weather. and traffic as you are heading back into the grind tomorrow morning. we will get you caught up there and voars the latest forecast as well. coming up on sunday morning with the tampa bay times. fighting to win our state in the race for the white house. hillary clinton's history in florida goes back decades. we look at her close ties to the sunshine state next. trash. you will see volunteers are turning used flowers into smiles. >> good morning. we hope you are off to a great start. >> looking to downtown tampa and looking to kick things off. you guys are enjoying the cooler temperatures as much as we are right here.
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s belt. man oh man. mom, we have a situation. life's bleachable moments need clorox bleach. i spent many years as a nuclear missile launch officer. if the president gave the order we had to launch the missiles, that would be it. i prayed that call would never come. [ radio chatter ] self control may be all that keeps these missiles from firing. [ sirens blearing ] i would bomb the [ beep] out of them. i want to be unpredictable. the thought of donald trump with nuclear weapons scares me to death. it should scare everyone.
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when powerful people need someone to do their dirty work, they hire bob buesing. how far will he go? buesing fought to foreclose assisted-living retirement homes, threatening local seniors with homelessness. then, buesing defended wells fargo against charges of helping a ponzi-schemer swindle millions. buesing's firm was even accused of overbilling local schools ,
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. coming up. imagine having a twin you never knew you had. >> author john grech sham and phil collins. those stories and more, just ahead. >> florida is still a key battleground state in the
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ties to the sunshine state. >> donald trump, we know he has a home and business interest in south florida and hillary clinton's relationship with our state goes back decades. in today's sunday conversation with the tampa bay times. ian wright talks to political editor henry smith about hillary clinton's florida connection. >> so, we are hear about relationships in politics all the time. how deep are the clintons tied to florida. >> they are extraordinarily deep. bill and state. meeting people. schmoozing and building relationships since the 80s. they go way back. >> how does that play in terms of the general election and does it help them in the election in november. >> it helps them. does it help them enormously. probably not and it does. >> when they were building a campaign. she was running for president and there was a stronghold. they really have. >> florida is a mega state and it is a state where
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politics and the clintons. far more than obama are really good at building relationships. >> talk about some of those relationships. specifically some of the ties to the greater tampa bay area. >> we have got bob buck horn, mayor of tampa. >> young political operative in '91. >> mayor sandy friedman's aid. and he was the first big city mayor to endorse clinton for president. bob buck horn and her helped play a key role in getting the ? nominati this symbolic vote at the democratic convention. they go way back. >> what has that meant in terms of what they have done for the state of florida over the years. >> they have and i should mention. joyner. she goes back with them. they credit clintons to seeing florida. having the impression to see florida as a a verse to your
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they were here often. >> we are a little over two weeks and heading to that time and for both trump and clinton. it is florida. you can't count on anything except surprises and usually very, very close races and right now. it looks like she has a nominal lead. trump, if he doesn't win florida. it is all over. and so, he has got a little bit of work to do here. >> do you expect to see them over the next couple of weeks. trying to get last minute undecided voters. >> yes, especially here in tampa bay. >> it is who wins the state and it is hard to deny. there is an enthusiasm gap. >> trump still gets. 10, 15,000 people at his rallies. >> she may be ahead in the polls and she is lucky if she gets a thousand. >> you were righting the article. and doing the research. anything looking back that surpriested you or you didn't know. anecdote or story going into
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he is a true character in terms of the ability to remember every detail about somebody. and people don't realize, he is here all the time. often quietly. after he left the presidency. and some of his best friends. especially from south florida. and they are still very, very close to him. >> very good article. thank you so much tore spending time with us. >> thanks. >> . up next. stay tuned for flowers and a whole lot brighten up any hospital stay. >> good morning, tampa bay. we are hoping you are off to a great start. this is a look at downtown smurg at this -- st. petersburg at this gorgeous morning. you can see the palm trees rustling in the wind right there. loving the cooler temperatures.
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elise: we couldn't believe it. that poor girl was raped by two football players and their friends. we were sure they would go to jail. so, when i heard state attorney mark ober decided to go easy on them, i was scared -- scared for my daughter. none of those young men served a day behind bars. ober said losing a baseball scholarship
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. dozens of weddings and memorial services are taking place in the weekend with countless thraves decorating those ceremonies and in a few days. they will get a new role. hanks to a group of local volunteers. >> bobby lewis is on the road in ddunedin. >> am i an expert? no.
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fall flowers. >> nice. >> you won't find them here. >> each one is beautiful and different in its own way. >> tiny work room. >> daisies and carnations and you will find stem snippers and. >> we have creative people here. >> you did a great job. >> random people assembling random stems for random acts of flowers. a group dona beautiful bouquets. >> it is a feel good thing. not many people can spend the hours that we spend here playing with flowers. >> this morning, a group started with empty vases and random flowers that were donated to this group and they had 125 beautiful bouquets. >> if that number impresses you, check out the chalkboard. they have made over 35,000 bouquets and they are not staying here.
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>> random acts of flowers. >> can i leave them here for you. >> put a little smile on your face today. >> makes them feel happy. >> giving flowers to people where they start crying. >> it is sad and someone thought of them that day. >> all you can think of and someone who has thought of them and makes it happy for a few moments. >> i love every moment of it. >> we are delivering. hope eanl couragement for those who need it the most. one bouquet at a time. >> it is >> you are not done yet. >> bobby lewis. >> we have got the players. do a few more. -- we have got did the flowers. >> they have five locations around the country. and dunedin is the only one in florida. they deliver about 1,000 bouquets per month. we need to get more than five in the country. >> this is such an incredible group and the work they do puts
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>> it is beautiful. >> the weddings are reasons you have flowers and you can make someone happy all over again. >> this is so great. >> little cooler weather makes it a great day to get outside and explore. >> 10 communities. and we have ideas including a mermaid reunion. >> good morning, everybody. here are some options for fun today. hit the beach in clearwater and take in the arts festival. >> dozens of local and regional artists have been sidewalks there as giant canvass and also a kid zone music and you can vote for your favorite artist. >> probably some more traditional canvass and big arts and crafts festival in downtown sarasota. they are showing their work. this is a juried event and that brings out the best. with the holidays right around the corner. this is great place to find some unique gifts. it is the last day for a big
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for 25 years. saint joan of arc has put this on. carnival rides and dozens of food booths featuring dishes from various countries and cultures. >> talk about unique, there are some special mermaid shows at wiki watch chee springs state park. >> from the 50s. 60s and 70s. will be performing in a show called legendary sirens. it is something the park does a shows today at 11 and three. have a great day, everyone. this is 10 community. . that is pretty cool. >> i was impressed. >> exactly. >> so grateful. >> i would be flailing around there. >> if you are heading out. how are we looking. >> looking great. if you like it warmer. we are heating up into the upper 70s. if you like the cool weather. >> head outside. we have the nice cool crisp
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will see a whole lot of this no matter where you go. > >> bright sunny skies. and focus on any one thing. go outside. go out and enjoy it. >> beautiful sunday for you. >> thank you so much, ashley. >> that's it tore 10 news sunday. thank you so much for joining us this weekend. comments on today's news and get the weather updates in your feed. and you can follow us on twitter and hear first about >> before we go. leave you with a beautiful sunrise over tampa bay. >>
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t and most diversified. which helps explain why it is one of dana young's top priorities. generating over 15 billion for the regional economy, and 80 thousand local jobs. dana young is working to continue that success, by attracting high waged jobs for families who need them and fighting a bureaucracy that too often gets in the way. dana young for the florida senate.
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amendment 1 guarantees your right to generate your own solar energy. it also guarantees that those who don't choose solar don't have to subsidize those who do. amendment 1 means commonsense consumer protections safeguarding seniors-and all floridians from scams, rip-offs, and long-term contract traps. that's the right way to do solar.
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i've seen what can happen as the result of hate. my son matt was murdered in laramie, wyoming, in 1998. he was befriended by two men in a bar who pretended to be gay. they offered him a ride home, and when he was in their car, they robbed him and beat him. they drove matt out to the prairie and tied him to a split-rail fence, then beat him some more and left him for dead. in the aftermath of matt's death, my family saw the best of america in the love and support we were shown. so when i see the hate that donald trump has brought to his campaign for president, it terrifies me. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell ya. ahh, i don't know what i said, uhh, i don't remember. he's a mexican. i could stand in the middle of fifth avenue and shoot somebody, and i wouldn't... words have an influence. violence causes pain. hate can rip us apart.
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