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suspect. a woman is about to get out of jail. we'll produce your ballot at one of the early vote sites. >> it could not get any easier. and before election day. >> good evening and i'm kelly ring. >> first up here a car crash at this hour. and and police say this could have been prevented. and anjuli davis is here with more. what do you know. and st. pete and police say that a choice landed them there.
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son's life was nearly stolen. they were driving home in her vehicle when a drunk driver, 31-year-old bryce mc leod ran a red light and hit her car. shawn broke his back. caroline had no pulse when rushed to the hospital. and hanging on through life-support, the kids were precious. students in the usf student program. and they are both music teachers, she teaches in five schools, the passion for her music and for kids comes through being in her reduces room. it is always something going on. can you feel the love of it. >> now the family prays that spark will make a miracle for their daughter.
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hit them. he has a previous dui and multiple traffic offenses. the victim's advocate said he routinely bragged about his binge drinking on social media. >> and every post on stan and instagram depict him drinking and drunk. he and a buddy are drinking and driving. another he is passed out in at a bar. >> he just made a mistake. >> i don't know him personally. he is and very sorry to hear what happened. >> but this is a pattern not a mistake. >> they get chances and people they kill, they don't get any more chances nor the families. >> he is being held in the jail on $50,000 bond. if he is able to make bail, he will wear a gps monitoring bracelet and device that
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prayers are with them. it is one of the darkest chapters in tampa bay history a crime spree this was in 1998 committed by one man hank earl carr. it ended in the death of a child and three law enforcement officers. and now 18 years later his girlfriend, who was convicted for helping him, is about to get out of prison. and we are here with the latest. >> he will be released in octobe should not get out for her role in the murders. in 1998 hank early carr was sin mouse with the violence and terror in the area. when the carnage was over, three law enforcement officers were dead and who was carr. his girlfriend was tried as an accessory because she lied about his identity. during the trial henry durand
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and to be truthful and provide us with information that's accurate. >> she took the stand herself. she broke down as she described how it started that day with her boy being shot by carr at point-blank range. >> as i got to the top of the steps i heard a gunshot. and i saw my baby laying there in a pool of blood. >> the attorney said the community events unfold next. displaying of two police officers who arrested him and a state trooper then the manhunt and the standover. >> this is a case where three law enforcement officers were killed. they were murdered by a suspect. >> bowen's role came when she lied about his real name and did not say he carried a handcuff key he used to free himself and murder the officers with their
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telling law enforcement. the death of the officers not telling the true identity. bowen got 21 years in prison. now she is about to be released. but the slaying of detectives is still being felt today. a detective kevin morris who worked with both of them said the murders destroyed the homicide unit at the time some guys even left. to hear bowson getting out of never quite heeled. >> it will be hard to come back to the community knowing what she was convicted of and knowing what she did and did not do. and the death of the officers. >> the detective says she should spend the left of her life in prison. her release date is set for october 16th. back to you. >> gloria gomez reporting. thank you. caught on video. look four guys breaking into a dealership. this is in auburndale they go
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they take off with five cars from that lot. does it look familiar? and we're here despite a half a dozen arrests it is happening. >> two weeks ago thieves were arrested for doing the same thing. here are the thieves. they broke into multiple car dealerships stole the keys and then drove off with sox of the nicest cars on the lot. even though authorities but them behind bar t continued. in the last week there have been at least four more burglaries in winter haven and auburndale. here is a look at that footage. at kelly automotives. atthey made off with five vehicles. they breakthrough the glass and go straight for the car keys. detectives across florida believe that they may be a part
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stealing cars from one part of the state to the in effect.& >> it's not an isolated incident. it is a pattern. and you know; the cases a number of arrests have been made but there are still a number of other people that are responsible for some of the other thefts that are happening around the area. >> auburndale deputy chief said he would not be surprised if the 2 5 or more people are involved in it believe ised the men that you see here were involved in three other burglaries in the past week as well. crime stoppers is offering a reward leading to the arrest of the men and the recovery of any stolen vehicles. >> kellie cowan, thank you. the teens are now under arrest for breaking into a home. after one of their relatives recognized them and turned them in. cameras reported them in a home
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they say the teens 14 and 17, are charged with residential burglary. and a family member recognized them they know who the third suspect. and workers in a low lying helicopter looking at high voltage lines. it could take four weeks to suspect all 31900 miles of lines. this is in tampa alone. and helicopters between 30 300 feet above the lines. they are working infrared technology and cameras. they are taking place along the right of ways. screening blood for zika is a concern a blood bank has something to help though. this is the intercept blood system that's what it is called. when the platelets are placed inside it wipes out whatever
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the platelets. that will go to cancer or burn patients and flushes out zika. >> we're very excited. it was a process we had in place. we were thinking emerging pathogens. this is a proven technology. >> it takes five minutes to flush out whatever is in the platelet. it must go through a 6 to 16-hour incubation period to make sure it is okay. and early voting has started in 24 of the 67 counties in florida. it runs through sunday. there are 16 early voting locations. the supervisor there says can you show up to any one of them.
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print it on demand. it is different from election day you must vote in the precinct that you reside in, that's where the ballot will be waiting for you, they are tying to make it easy. many have sent in the ballots. we have learned 600,000 voters returned their ballots. next, sidewalk three years in the making y important. that's next. and paul it is nice out there today. hot. >> 96 today in sarasota. the heat was on the storms fired up over the water. they're moving along to the west. they'll be tracking those heading for sarasota.
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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
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weight of sending americans into harm's way. he's unfit to be president. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. the first day of school in polk the first day of school mark as bittersweet day for the family. three years after his death the sidewalk they have been fighting for is complete. this leads to the high school. he was the second student to be killed walking to school and there was no sidewalk there. family and community members want to see the crosswalks.
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and a big smile on the face of the sister and pride in her voice she realized her brother's memory will with the completion of the sidewalk. a picture of the student is up on old dixie. and it two two years to compete. the classmates walking down before and after school told her they are safer now. no more walking on the street or in the ditch. an she said it has been great even from the kids she doesn't know. what would her brother have thought about the efforts to get it finished. >> we have all thought about it and talked to them saying you know we're proud.
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couldn't stop smiling. the next step she says is to continue to petition to get street lights and a crosswalk put in , the percent is to get a crosswalk put in, that's a thing you forget about. >> some of the areas you don't have. you forget that. >> they don't understand the danger. , we'll be helping with story, let's go over to paul. it is hot out there. not a lot of rain, paul. it is raining and it is wet out in the gulf. some storms heading for sarasota. every day and we had the storms over the weekend. let's take a look can you can se see the rain. it is putting out a ton of
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we pay see a bolt or two. as i said, the storm we'll show you on sky to youer in a moment. 95 today in tampa. this happens when you have a strong east wind they not over the water over land. >> 96 today and light show. this is night time you will see them around the bay area. they're moving along. the cluster of storms here. and playing follow the leader is another group of storms which is basically heading for downtown
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and on the way. and the coast 6:45 and north port. and anywhere along the coast and bradenton and south citrus. >> the key today as it is, it is all about the wind direction and the speed of the wind today.
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and west of interstate. >> tampa has 92, we'll watch the clouds and storms approaching from the east coast. late in the day. they should move along in favor of coastal counties in the afternoon. they are done and we should do it storms developing rain chances tomorrow and highest along and west of interstate 75. it should not be long lasting. we're clear and sticky tonight. all the rain in louisiana by the way which was and rain full amounts. they had more rain in two days in louisiana and they had in three years. and in la that's incredible it has been.
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west today. that's good and for us and a pattern. early and storms late the trend wednesday and thursday. probably into friday as well. >> and the tropics are more active. we're getting into mid-august. the peek is -- peak is from now to september. there is a wave out here. it is not too impressive. the going it is probably going to curve to the open atlantic. see how that plays out in the days ahead. we're on earl the next on the first is fiona. the dew point is 73. winds are east at 9. there is the rain in louisiana. still have bands of moderate rain in the green feels like flood warning to baton rouge and
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the heat was on again today. mid-90s. firing up late in the afternoon and they move along. , here is the 7 day. 40 and 50%. and they >> and and don't put much in stock last week. , a new deal.
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effective it is in the red zone. they have done the three wide receivers but dirk koetter said don't look for the offense to be pass happy. that's not the case. it is not the season. it's not game plan. we'll be a run first team. run the ball and stop it to run. we're not going to change from >> news off the field and the gm rewards dodson with a deal. he gets a three year extension and dollars. the bucs best offensive lineman in camp. and considered one of the nicest on the team. congrats to him. a slip results in a bronze for american simmone biles she was temming to to win 5 but tie it
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>> lover this. this is of the sprinter usain bolt smiling fors camera. he makes it look easy. this in the semi-finals. he won gold in the final. he has a two more opportunity to win the gold. the 200-meter and the relay. >> racing in the must see tv and sports forecast will include a bit of everything from rio to the rays. let's see how well i picked the picked the rays on monday and athis other plans got the gold and wednesday and four by 200. and with the bucs on thursday and the rays they made it three green and on friday. how about this week and the big winners and be this week. and what the big games will be later tonight and the winner
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to women five medals. blake snell to pick up the win against the padres. rowdies travel up north and shut out minnesota in may. they get another win on wednesday and thursday easy package here. bolt. he does it again. 200-meter relay they are the in the driver's seat. the best record. this will be a tough series. and i got them. i got them tuesday against the padres. not as good of a team. you have watched any of bolt. >> my goodness. it was exciting. he lost a step. >> that's him losing it.
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so, did you see. i thought it was something. >> and no personality. and it is a shame, thank you. >> scott. >> donald trump lays out the plan for dealing with isis. keeping terrorists out of the us hear what he said next. we'll take you out to california and a town
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y22pvy yy6y 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, shirts, 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. we employ people in bangladesh." letterman: ?ties? where are the ties made?" they have to work, too. these are beautiful ties. they are great ties.
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man: ?the ties are made in china."
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it is now time for a new approach. >> the current strategy of nation building and reseem change is a proven failure. >> donald trump provided his plan to shore up foreign policy. it has been a rough couple weeks picking a fight with a muslim war hero's family and blaming the media for his drop in the poll numbers. he looks to get back how to defeat terrorism. >> reporter: donald trump in combating terrorism and defeating isis. the nominee among other things proposing screening immigrants
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ensuring they support the values, we cannot always pick our friends but we can never fail to recognize engys. it includes suspending vice is a issuances for those who support terrorism. but it is not the only thing trump is pushing back against. he blasting the media for other problems, including the sinking poll numbers and a report that the manager was from a former ukrainian president with close ties to the kremlin. >> priority number one is deny the press the ability to do stories about process and what is wrong with the campaign and tighten things up. >> hillary clinton visitig areas with joe biden. he said it is the only choice for middle class, she
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aspirations in scranton and in the u.s. of america. >> while they both claim it. she is leading donald trump by 30 points in new york according to the latest poll taken in the state. in washington. during the speech today, trump did not say how much man power to check the responses on the questionnaires nor did he say if the screenings would apply millions of tou who visit the u.s. applied to the tourists who visit the u.s. every year. well officials right now in milwaukee, wisconsin hoping for a night of calm after a violent weekend. a shooting on saturday sparked two nights of violent protests. during a demonstration they were fired on hitting an 18-year-old in the neck. he will survive but we have more now from milwaukee, the
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than anybody else. >> violence over a fatal shooting erupts in the -- erupting in the streets on sunday coming one day after 23-year-old saville smith was hit and killed by a police officer. he ran away during a stop and turned toward them. on monday in another attempt to calm the violence the mayor called for footage from the officer's body camera to be released. >> i believe that the provide complex to what is going on. i understand the way the law operates. i'll urge shoted were fired. 7 were injured and four deputies were injured by rocks. and bricks to the knees and ankles. >> reporter: protestors, 200 of
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justice. all of the shooting does an ignitor. we have poverty in milwaukee t is like the sixth poorest city in america. you have black unemployment t is at 32%. you have a failing k-12 education system. >> a curfew is being districtly enforced for all teens that started well the violent summer continues in chicago. over the weekend 52 people were shot. nine of them killed. including the son of a chicago police officer. police say 19-year-old archnell dennis was shot and killed sunday when he is the on a porch with a friend. his friend was shot but will recover. he was set to leave later on sunday to head back to st. john's university to start his
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major. investigators are not ruling out anything but they think the shooting was mistaken identity. neither of the boys had a controlled record or gang affiliations. the son has -- the sun has come out in louisiana there is water from a week of torrential rain. thousands of people are in shelters today. this is following a series of floods, the governor has called unprecedented. at least six people have been killed. still stranded in their homes. and will carr has more from baton rouge. >> days of rain dropping two feet of water on louisiana forcing tens of thousands of residents from the homes. totals and shelters are filling up and the worst may not be over yet. they are warning people not to take chances. >> we are thankful for the
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heeding the warnings that they are being given. and to evacuate when that is the proper thing to do. >> the good news the rain held off monday on the heels of -- heels of 20,000 rescues. and. >> as they rise we are evacuating to safety. we evacuated two nursing homes. >> the president declared a disaster in louisiana as the residents are cleaning up as best as they can coming together to help the community recover from the weekend and preparing for more possible flooding later this week. >> they are desperate. >> i get emotional. you feel like people are watching out for each other. it is good. >> some areas it is receding
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in bat loan rouge. a fire in northern california has burned down 100 homes and forced thousands to evacuate. it left behind destruction. the clayton fire north of san francisco is only 5% contained. look at those homes. it burned 3 thousand acres. it is a bitve what took place during the valley fire which is the third largest and what i see is sadly the same thing as far as the dev ration goes. we have homes that are impacted by this. and there are structures. what the impact is unknown it is huge and take us time before we have the full picture.
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in world news, kurdish rebels. two police officers are dead and a child. another 25 are injured. the explosion created a large crater. the clashes between the rebels and security forces resumed after a ceasefire collapsed. firefighters are wildfires. 900 are keeping the flames from town. the dry hot summer is the cause of 400 wildfires on the portuguese mainland. a character actor has died. his role was playing a history teacher on the show boston public. remember that. and it ran to 2004. he is known for his role as a lawyer on the show picket
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york throughout his career that led him to a role as the inkeeper in the cast of fiddler on the roof. he had been suffering from heart problems. he was 93. a chance encounter reveal as
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((kelly)) utah police are honoring a good and the police are honoring a person for helping with the search for a missing hiker using i his drone. how it all developed.
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buzzing around and capturing the views around. he and his brother own aerial operations which offer services to businesses. but on saturdays, he and the drone ended up solving a mystery over a missing hiker. i hand to have a skill that -- happened to have a skill. i used it, he came area where searchers had spent all day. in an effort to find a 17-year-old james wake. he was separated from his family. so far no luck. he ever offered up his dronement they were apprehensive. there are negative news about drones getting in the way. >> and they agreed to let him fly with a minute they found
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>> unfortunately the teen was not alive after falling from a cliff. but at the least they stopped it from turning into a overnight operation. >> and it is a tool. personnel or another tool. and now the drones which get a bad rap will be found to be a valuable tool. >> the sheriff's office gave krie this join as for his help. >> i have the crews get to go home and the family got closure. it was able to come to an end. >> the drone located the teen but let them see the terrain they could go through to reach his body. >> that's incredible. >> good thing he had that. >> ahead the need for speed we'll teak you on the fastest
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in florida, it used to be that if a child, a senior or one of our four legged friends was trapped in a hot car
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so i fixed the law to make sure we are all empowered to rescue those who can not rescue themselves. that is the least we can do. after all the love they give. dana young for the florida senate.
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a fraud using tubes of cream. why tampa bay was ground zero.
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of military families, investigating tonight at 10. stocks climbed as the price of oil continues the recovery. the dow jumped 59 points. the nasdaq added 29 and the s&p up 6. you foe when you hear speed week, and the week leading up to the daytona 500 comes to mind. but there is another speed week and it is going on right now. and the salt flats of utah. is back here at the salt flats. they could not be more excited. >> lined up,. >> revved up. hands up. and the fastest as they attempt to break world records. >> good to see you back again. >> they are happy it is back. they are a giant family. >> it is a sight they did not know when they would see again.
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draws fans and racers from around the world. >> from england and sweden and france they want to ride. >> and he drives for black salt racing. he is attempting to break a record driven 380 miles in the past. but that's going to be a challenge to break this year. >> it is still a little soft. but it is racable t is fine. >> ny to do a hash tag it would be bonneville has acne it is not bad. >> and they don't know if she is an expert but bad luck and weather and management led to the conditions. many of the veteran drivers are looking like rookies. they want to test the sault and themselves and they want to test the crews. >> jeff mc adam, fox 13 news. the first record has been set.
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topped his dad's own world record. after two runs in the rocket car his speed was only 406.7 miles per hour. >> only. most jets barely fly that fast. that's fast. >> that is scary, you have to admit you like speed, in nascar. >> speed is good. >> it is all relative. depends where are you. and who is around you. about going in a car that fast. >> a straight line that's all that matters, he is mr. nascar fantasy man. how is your team doing. >> i'm in second place. >> that's good out of two teams that's great. [ laughter ] >> storms are moving away. there is hear weather for the
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and there were storms inland. now we're talking about the rain near the coast a complex of storms here. they are sliding to the west. then you slide south we showed you this during the weather coast. the rain is moving away. not good if you are boating. this i storms it includes bradenton out to ledo and this is curving back ahead. there are storms to go. a lot heating instability south of tampa bay. and sarasota hit 96 degrees. lots of juice. you have storms near ven knits and slicing over north port.
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venice. it is not impossible there could be storms trying to fire up around the bay area. we have been untouched today. the trend is to move along. and polk county not a big deal. storms earlier. we slide north and moving to the withest. a cluster. firing up. the winds were strong. the breeze bound hery did not get going. , and 90. 90.
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and they die down. we are in the heart of the rainy season and the heart of the hurricane season. we slash off the lift and move to the end of the dew point 73. the rain. the heaviest rain is now moving into northern louisiana. what a weekend they had. you have seen the video. just too many rescued to count in louisiana. because of the flooding rain. north of the front. drier but 89 in new york and buffalo.
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forecast for tonight is the skies to be clear and we're down to 78. storms are back and high of 91. and the outlook for wednesday highs in the 90s. between 40 and 50%. back to you, thank you, paul, next a house giving women a fresh start.
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my son has meningitis b. but how did we end up here? his mom thought he had the flu and that he was covered by the meningococcal meningitis vaccine he had received. until 2014 there were no vaccines for meningitis b in the u.s. there are. while uncommon, meningitis b can lead to death within 24 hours. trumenba is a vaccine for 10 through 25 year olds to help prevent group b meningococcal disease. trumenba should not be given if you had a severe allergic reaction after a previous dose. most common side effects were injection-site pain, fatigue... headache, muscle pain, and chills. ask your doctor or pharmacist about all the risks and benefits of trumenba and tell them if you've received any other meningitis b vaccines.
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a drink... a spoon... a kiss. it all started here... it might have been prevented with trumenba. ask your doctor or pharmacist about trumenba. lightning injures a man working a concession stand on daytona beach. but only after lightning strikes a man at a concession stand but after hitting a jeep first. we'll show you the damage at 11. donald trump prepare as new campaign officials in orlando but why some knocks are not sure about the location -- but why some folks are not so sure about the location.
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house of hope is what's right with tampa bay. and i remember when the first time i came in here. the 42-year-old arthea is in a place of refuge. >> it is peaceful. >> comfort to remove the pain in her life, i had to grow up at age of 7 i was taking care of my sisters and brothers. >> her issues took her down a path that led to jail, i turned to using alcohol. anything that used the pain. >> that is before she found house of hope t is a faith based halfway house for women who want to stay off drugs and change their lives. >> it is a great place for women to cox and begin to build a whole new foundation, this is the peace table, linda walker used for usf and was a supervisor. she ended up on drugs and in
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single mom of two overwhelmed her. >> i started to spiral down into an avenue i never had experienced. and of course i lost everything that i had down to the clothes on my back and my girls, she is a recovering alcoholic and drug addict who is now running the program. >> i can relate to every situation that they're having and guarantee them if they do what i did, they will come through, they must get a do shores and stay for six months, the days i don't want to go out. i have someone telling me you need to. >> it has been tough but she is glad she came. >> it has been a blessing and it is a god send that i was sent here. >> think of the lives they're transforming. >> that's inspiring great to
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>> see you at 10. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. how do we make the economy work for everyone? hillary clinton's plan starts here...
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and those companies that move overseas? she'd charge them an exit tax. then she'd use that money to make the largest investment in creating good paying jobs since world war ii. millions of jobs.
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michael, this is my last interview. >> it's my last interview with you, too. >> this is it! >> i wouldn't change who i am today for anything. >> how does nicole figure in that? >> as one era ends, a beautiful new one begins. i'm neither was a sure thing. michael shares his story of his now or never moment with nicole. >> she probably hated me at that point. she didn't want anything to do with me. >> he cocked it, put to it my forehead. >> the interview with ryan lochte and every shocking detail. and nicole and katie's bond goes beyond the pool. >> ledecky is coming in. >> right.

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