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the exercises very often. i want to show you this is where it was going on where mary was chosen but the fdle is out here investigating. they are trying to figure out, why was the gun loaded. >> there are detailsky not release. >> the police chief tom turned over the shooting death of mary knowlton to the department of law enforcement. >> we were unaware that live ammo existed, shes with a group and learn what the officers go through on a daily basis during a presentation. she was picked to play an officer during an exercise similar to this one held in march. the police officer played the role of the bad guy holding on
scenario, we believe the caliber of the weapon used that there were only blank rounds available to the officer. >> when he fired, everyone learned that was not the case. >> there were three maybe four loud gunshots. she looked straight towards the crowd and she buckled and was on the ground. >> she thought that playing along. >> when i saw the expression i saw the reaction of the officers running to her aid, i tried to assist. >> a community grieves. she worked with kids and the library system. as for the officer who fired the gun he has been paid on leave. >> he is grief stricken, we have officers that are assigned to him to make sure that he is stable. >> the chief promise as full and
accident. >> it is just a horrific time for all of us. >> and we're being told and family and friends. the chief said that the investigation will continue until they get to the bottom of why it was loaded. back to you. >> we hope that happens soon, thank you kuizon. this is where a life ended all over a bit of road rage. police say he confronted another driver who at first shot him and tried to save him by doing cprn a twist to the story the man who died had a history of road rage that sent him to prison. evan lambert is here with more. >> reporter: the deputies say
here near forbes road and mlk. this was not his first touch with a road rage. the man who killed him before 7 as 42-year-old robert padgett. so far he has not been charged. deputies say he stayed on the scene and stride to give him cpr. they are looking into who the aggressor was and it was a self-defense shooting. >> a subject stopped in front of the other, got out and argument ensued and an individual was shot. >> the man who died, durham, killed another man in 2001 in tampa. durham attacked him and punched him after a near crash. that man died days later. he served ten years in prison for that manslaughter.
to charge the man who shot and killed him today. i just found out from josh cascio he spoke to the wife of the road rage victim, she says that durham got what he deserved and called his killing karma you will hear from her at 10:00. i'll be back at 6:00 with the latest. linda. >> that's too many incidents of road rage going on for sure. living near them did a law aimed at keeping them from kid goes too far. an attorney said yes he challenged in court and he won. and gloria gomez is here with more. >> reporter: this was passed in 2015 but it was so strict that just yesterday it was completely gutted. to give you a background on this case it restricts where registered sex offenders can
it prohibits them from loitering within 300 feet of child safety zones. what is that? they included parks, playgrounds. beaches even businesses. an attorney representing three registered sex offenderred challenged the law calling it vague and broad. it was impossible he said for the offenders to go and live anywhere without getting in trouble and yesterday the county commissioners conceded it was thing to do. >> if the offender ate at a mcdonald's he would be subject to being arrested. to go shopping subject to an arrest, the ordinance provided a business where children gather. there is a toy section in walmart and there is a every movie theater there is a video arcade. so, that has been -- that's gone.
loitering ordinance. >> another change it is no longer a criminal offense if the ordinance is violate std is a civil off -- violated it is a civil offense. the county attorney said the ordinance was amended for clarity's sake. >> thank you for that, gloria. a helicopter chase started over a unpaid bar tap. miller's ale house after jacob davis left without paying t is and dashed. deputies found them on the ground he started speeding away. the chopper, as you can see, had an eye on him and they used stop stick toes flatten his tires, he was driving on the rims until they crashed into a gate. he was arrested and is in jail under no bond. we have a news alert for you out of new york city. this sis what this looks like.
trying to the trump tower. he may be using suction cups. you cannot see it here. there is a police presentation there on the ground. they are talking to him through the windows, there is a helicopter they are trying to talk him down. crews are breaking out windows, we don't know who he is, why he is doing it, we will follow hit and what is happening a updates have a-- are available. in many bay area counties kids are home after the first day of class for the school year. we hope it was good for all of them. we were there as students waited for the buses in clearwater. they were headed off to oak grove. classes resumed in pinellas. hardy, manatee and citrus counties. and polk and pasco next monday and sarasota the day after that. kids returning to largo high did
it was remodeled from top to bottom. pinellas spent 65 million on a overhaul with a gym and library and cutting edge technology. they were not the only things excited about the new year. and we spoke with a teach ber why she got need cages. >> i became a teacher because i want to help students be successful. i love what i do. i give. >> the changes are not just physical it is offering technical career courses like welding and ought auto mechanics. the superintendent and the school board care visited schools around the district. we caught up with them at dunbar magnet school. the first day went smoothly the kids were excited. >> wehad a shorter summer.
we have been asking the question of the kids. >> it started two weeks earlier because they wanted stricts to set their own start date. they can finish exams before the winter break. it was a busy mark at gd rogers school in manatee county. we were there as parents dropped off kids. we talked with a first grader who talked about the stuff she will be learning. >> i'm letters. sight words. >> the superintendent visited the school on the first day. about 49,000 students are in the manatee district that's an increase of 840 from last year. cynthia. >> thank you very much. still ahead, rehabbing your home for free. the incentive to homeowners in a local city. there is a new class at one
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of sorts to climb the glass facade. you cannot see the others but there is a police presence. >> and there is a health up there. on the ground. don't know who he is. why he is doing it. there are the cups. he is getting ready to put it somewhere else. >> we will keep following the story we'll bring you updates as they are >> an argument between the workers in a parking lot and the airport turns deadly. and a man shot and killed another early this morning. police say the man was in his 50s to the 60s and shot in the chest. they say the shooter turned the gun on himself. dieing from a gunshot to the head. two males were heard arguing this morning. and the witness heard the shots
which we believing what self-inflicted by the shooter. >> investigators are working to figure out what led up to the argument. and new at 5:00 t is the first day back to class tore a lot of kids around the area. a different classmate welcomed back all the kids. at this school in pinellas county. that's coco a member of the 4th grade class. he is cute and cuddly he is there to learn, learn to be a service and anjuli davis shows us how the kids will teach him to lead. >> reporter: at 7 months old, this guy is christina's youngest. but they are already in sync after a sum summer's worth of schooling. >> he is a guide dog in training, she is a volunteer puppy raiser with southeast guide dogs. coco has been with her learning
for everything. and with permission from parents and the school district, that includes coming into her classroom five days a week. >> it is like a jungle gym for coco to learn all these things. >> in a class with 21 kids a tough assignment will be staying on task. >> he is learning so much being around the kids with the different noises and, the little things like the fire bell it might scare him. he may do great. it is great exposure for him. it is a valuable opportunity for kids. it is a learning experience for them because they will learn firsthand what a guide dog does and how to care for an animal that's working. coco is working. the lab has not mastered his job just yet but she is up for the challenge. >> it is a lot of extra work i
rewarding. >> in march coco will finish up formal training and be paired with his forever partner but in the mean time, this a school year for two-legged students will not forget, i want them a memorable year and be successful and coco is along for the ride. in clearwater, anjuli davis, fox 13 news. >> the guide dogs said chapin is the only volunteer here in florida taking her service dog and but she had a principal who will be the first of many the plum elementary, that is the coolest. >> can you imagine being in that class. that's the class every kid wants. and the dog gets the socialization part of it a win-win. >> it is. >> you would like that class, too. >> when you hang out with them that's good stuff. >> how about today. storms going, this is a great shot. tippy top looking west on kennedy and look at this storm
clearwater and safety harbor putting out very heavy rain with lightning. that's amazing. you get blue shot and producing heavy rain. on sky tower we're tracking storms. one is developing over safety harbor, a radar can see storms all the way out into the gulf and heavy rain as you slide south and east to the ever glades gulf, some of this is moving towards the west coast. a lot of it should weaken but some of it will make it on shore. then overland now, we have day time heating and storms are firing up. the biggest impact will be from storms along the sea breeze. watching us in sarasota county and manatee. the storms are generally east of interstate 75 now.
coast line. it is early in the day we still have a lot of heating going on. the storms now in the formation. the development stage we have got a ways to go. the storms over arcadia. the storms now firing up near sun city center. if you are watching us and you have storms around you now and i think they're moving your way. here is the big one over clearwater and along gulf to pay. tan you see that storm from the and now a few storm firing up in new tampa. that one is not moving much. this is along the outflow boundary here. so i think that between now and 7:00 a lot of this is going to fill in. so if you are planning on doing something outside this evening. you know pay attention t is outflow moving this -- attention. it is outflow moving this way a
and then a couple of storms inland just getting going with the outflow boundary moving to the west. and on top of that for kicks. we have the mass of weather in the gulf. this is moving to the west coast but i think a lot will weaken as the storms and the heating take over. don't forget your app. i'm back at 5:45 with more views. sunshine this morning as expected. and storms >> heating. satellite and radar shows the pesky low which is helping to throw that moisture our way. that is moving away but as expected today, you would have one more day with influences from that low. it will move away and tomorrow 80s and 90s now the moisture is going to move away. the problem is that we'll stay with the southeast wind and
of storms a few could be heavy. partly cloudy and 78. they are back tomorrow. mainly afternoon storms near 90 on friday. and it is more of the same. the storms, highs up near 90. if you are boating they are southwest or west. seas 2 feet. a high tide. 7 day forecast is wet. the tropics a lot of dry air in the atlantic. activity is afternoon variety. it will continue for most of the 7 days. coming up tonight at 6:00, charged in tampa. arrested in spain. a man charged with dui manslaughter took off his arrest. a nasty crash on i-275 with the driver. remember, going the wrong way. four years later, you're going to find out how the police
overseas. fallout from a.edge who make racist and sexist comments to the staff. now an inmate is appealing. that's coming up tonight at 6:00. back to you. >> thank you, kelly f you have phone service with at&t could you get a refund. a settlement just announced. new at steak 'n shake! 24 meals under four dollars. with handcrafted steakburgers, all-beef footlongs and fresh guacamole made from scratch. get 24 meals for under four dollars.
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to learn more about the income limits and with where you get to to our web site. a good will gesture from chipolte in the form of happy hour. and the restaurant chain is offering discounted or even free alcoholic drinks as part of a happy hour promotion in certain markets. they're trying to win customers back after food born illness outbreaks. it runs through september. kansas, missouri and iowa, that's where it will be no here in florida. not here, not yet. >> all right. >> and we have a chef that serves them. starbucks they are doing that. >> not yet. >> i'll let you know, i'll find out. >> you are the consumer person. >> thank you. a donald trump going on the offensive against critics who say he was advocating for second amendment supporters to shoot hillary clinton. what he is saying about the
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pic) we're following a news alert out of new york city. a man is trying to climb trump tower in manhattan. he's using some sort of suction cups to climb the glass facade of the building. a huge police presence is there is the police prepares there they are trying to get him down. the window has been broken down. he was below him. we have no idea who he is. i was checking twitter far that's not saying anything either y he is doing this. and fox 5 in new york said this is where he lives and in that of course is there. we have not heard any comment from him. meantime donald trump is clarifying a comment he made where he is suggesting that supporters should shoot hillary clinton. listen to what he said, you know you look at the power they have
was riverring to, obviously. that's what i was referring to. >> and -- >> he is trying to move on from that comment he made. let's turn to craig patrick, that's another unforced error. and what he meant versus what he said. he said gun advocates have a way of dealing with hillary clinton then he followed it up saying it would be a horrible meant political pressure to block her appointment of judges why say that would be a horrible day. that would be a good thing not a bad thing at the least what donald trump has done uttered words that left himself up to troubling interpretation. and carls of his intent it is another distraction after he went through a series last week. he tried to start this week by focusing on the economy.
here he is again off track. and the news cycle is focusing on what he said the day before. >> if another person said that they would have be been taken o. >> so what impact will this have. >> its to not help. let's talk about the short term. she got a she's why she is up that we see because coming off the convention one and two a series of missteps gives her another boost. this will help her again this week, i think we may see that in the polling. we'll find out for sure tomorrow with the poll results that are out. because you have a series of problems for donald trump. compounded by the it has will
at this point she will be ahead based on everything going into the rest of the month. bale we'll show the shifting electoral map. we are digging into a six month investigation into the water scandal that could cost taxpayers of a billion dollars to fix. people are suffering politicians are an investigation into the body police department documents what black residents have been saying. >> they are singled out and mistreated by fers -- officers for no reason. the police make a lot of stops and with justification and arrest citizens when they,
freddie gray who died from the neck injury in the pack of a police van. one man stopped 30 times in less than four years and never charged. they are trained in aggressive tactics that forces an us versus them mentality, out of the data they made 44% of the stops in two districts that contain 11% of the population. and that the department stopped 10 times. >> and six were charged in his death no one was convicted. and. a deputy dies after he was shot while responding to a call.
started firing. they arrested the man after a standoff. and they have not said why that man started shooting. a big loss for the sports broadcasting community. john saunders has passed away. he joined espn in 1986. over the years did play by play on sports and hosted shows or football. basketball. , he leave daughters. he was 61 years old. very young. are we getting the full story about zika. the questions being raised
florida health officials are reporting one new locally transmitted case of zika virus today- bringing the total number of cases to 22. officials are reporting a zika case. that brings the number to 22. the person was exposed with all the other faces have been found but a report says that floridians may not be getting all the details on how to contain it; we have been hearing about this it is a one mile that's where it is. and it is contradicting that. >> if you look at what they said. this is done in the journal and what she is saying there are other cases being investigated. i don't know that we got the story. we're getting a bigger and better picture. there is one in the palm beach. we have about two individuals
no ties and not had any contact and ruled them getting zika in that manner. the others were in miami-dade they went door to door and checked around the neighborhood. the relatives, that were close to them and could not find cases of that. whether or not it has spread or had spread again that remains be scene. they were investigated. we still have at least two that aretill under investigation and we just don't know. those do not seem to have any link. >> and you may be withholding that does it show how they found out about the locally transmitted cases. >> this was interesting. it was around july 7th a woman in her 20s. she was pregnant.
no screens and had no air conditioning she was bitten. they believe that that's how she got the virus. they said from her then they -- she was not in the win wood area. they investigated her surrounding area and didn't find anyone else infected but here is the deal. she did get it from a bite. from an area outside of that one square mile. at this point we don't know how she is doing. i think baby. it was okay. she got it at 23 weeks hopefully the baby will be okay. we don't know, that is really disturbing to hear that. >> so, do you think it is pointing to just how hard it is to contain this? >> it is but i think and i guess i have to say that the information is just trickling con to us. i don't think we're getting the story immediately. and there is the other one that's being investigated that
close to the time of the pregnant woman and we don't have an answer to that person as to where or why. i think the woman line for sus that it is giving us more perhaps of an inkling why they can get the testing and there may be telling us from the fda said all blood needs to be tested. i feel like there is a disc probably the information as quickly as i would like. but again you know we'll keep following this, i know you that will give us what you have. >> thank you very much for that, dr. jo. >> scott, you have other things to talk about. we're looking forward to camp karaoke. start first with the lines and number one job and that's to protect jameis winston and make him look good for dodson. he is going into the season with
ahead. and speaking time for another of camp karaoke. that's next and the lyrics and the moves. he is coming up. new at steak 'n shake! 24 meals under four dollars. with handcrafted steakburgers, all-beef footlongs and fresh guacamole made from scratch. get 24 meals for under four dollars. new at steak 'n shake! in florida, people are working hard, just to get by. but in washington -
to throw them out what is trending on twitter now, it is happening. the fellow scalin trump tower he lives there and his presidential campaign is out of f you go on to twitter, the craziest memes, breaking news a man climbing up trump to you ser not governor christie. >> that is not cupping. >> this is cupping. >> that's the real cupping. >> we want him to beaf police broke out a window and tried to talk him down but he just moved over. he just moved out of the way. >> and he has a ways to go. he was and 412. >> 58 floors. >> some reports are saying, he
>> or looking for pokemon. >> a portion of it. >> it is closed down if you go on twitter. you cannot -- you cannot see, there are a lot of people. can you imagine people are watching this. >> not only stopping but they are going to the scene to watch this. >> i'm imagining kinds of stuff. it is as though. he is skilled at this but, you no know one bad step. and all sorts of breaking news. where do you get that, i don't have that in my garage. >> we'll stay on it. and we'll follow it we'll let you know. >> if he is on 12 right now. he is he has a ways to go. and we'll be on good day. that's covering it live a busy
different as we evolve into a -- we saw the sun. that's a nice break. look at this. i mean this is the river knew camera. west northwest. we're looking at storms one to the right and one to the left. and kind of middle open in the middle. but the trend is going to be the storms to become pretty active between now and 7:30. that's a cool view. let's get you what is going on. the rain over the gulf. this time of day it has to be one or the other. and you don't get storms rolling on the coast with day time heating. they are firing up over land. as ominous as this looks i think a lot of this will never make it on shore. some of it could get along the beaches but the main impact will be from day time heating and sea
since the last weather cast. they are firing up. everything is east of 75. you have to pivot to the east. there is the rain. strong storms now all around sun city center. they are continuing. they are firing up. and northwest. producing heavy rain. storms inland not much happening but the boundary could help more storms along the coast. again this activity is weakening the storms od are g going. tonight ending and down to 78. storms are back tomorrow. all in the arch. near 90. more of the same coming up on
we're back locked in the summertime set up with sunshine earlier. storms are late, highs are kind of bouncing between 90 and 91. rain chances they should be this time of year between 40 and 50%. >> scott. the bucs off to philadelphia they will not be on the field for long, the starters. it roster. and he is expected to get playing time. with the loss of logan they are looking for a leader fromhe starting five and demar dodson. he is praying with a chip on his shoulder.
i'm trying to make the most of the opportunities that i have. and time is short and based on what happened. you know i didn't expect to hurt. things happen. >> and you have to appreciate every snap and play i come out and just compete. a friendly reminder that the rays and yankees broadcastas and the final game against the rays. first for matt duffy at 7:30. yesterday we debuted the new training camp segment camp karaoke. i play the young when the music stops they sing. this is battle between the offensive line men.
and today donovan smith. it is time for camp karaoke. this was made for you. are you outgoing. >> who said that, i said that, i made that up. starting in the '80s. if the morning light my mother said when you going to live your life right. oh mam we're not the fortunate, boys i'm changing just want to [ laughter ] >> '90s. you will get this. >> remember dance points will be awarded. >> i got you on my mind. i have been watching.
you have to go to my facebook page. and every is a vote get on it. we'll be awarding a nice trophy to the winner here. we need your engagement, all you people at home, were you playing along. >> you got all of them but the last one. >> that was like the whole lead up. that. >> that was a. >> the long version, i don't know, i don't know this
i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. letterman:"has a line of clothing, now where were these made?" trump: "these were made, i don't know where they're made. but they were made someplace. but they're great. it's ties, shis, cufflinks, everything sold at macy's and they're doing great.? letterman: ?where are the shirts made?? off-camera voice: ?bangladesh.? letterman: ?bangladesh.? trump: ?well, it's good. where are the ties made?" they have to work, too. these are beautiful ties. they are great ties. the ties are made in where? china? off-camera voice: ?china.? letterman: ?the ties are made in china."
(linda-2 shot) the the oceans 11 franchise gets a new look and sausage party, leave the kids home for that. and if you have seen ads for sausage party you may have guessed that it is not for kids. seth rogen wrote and he revealed how it is making his ople to make an r-rated pixar-style movie. unless one comes out we will be those people. >> can the kids see it. >> absolutely not. under no circumstances do not bring your children to the movie. but under no circumstances miss it. it is very funny. >> and casting news. sandra bullock and anne hath
oceans 11. congrats goes out to megan fox and brian austin green who welcomed their third child named journey river. back to you. >> the 6:00 news is next. here are chris and kelly. >> case that that has people shaking their head. a woman shot and killed during a training demonstration. what went wrong and what now about the woman who was killed and the officer who shot her. >> and a strange twist in a case of road rage. what they have uncovered about the past of the man shot and killed. a man killed by a wrong way drunk driver did not think they would see justice.
i got shot down over vietnam and spent eleven months in a pow camp. what donald trump said about our members of the military being captured is a disgrace. he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured. when you fly over enemy territory, the odds might be against you being able to come home.
good evening, i'm chris cato. >> i'm kelly ring. >> thank you for joining us. we're going. this is the police officer in the shooting death of a woman. >> and he has been with the police department this is not the first time he made headlines. >> and we have more on how this happened. >> the chief said that they participate in the demonstrations but the gun is never loaded with live ammo. they are investigating while the officer has been placed on paid administrative leave. >> i was -- i think the last