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after the date he took her to his apartment. the detectives believed she was there casing the place. she came back with three other men. >> they robbed him and killed him. they connected her after she was involved in a burglary. there was evidence in her case. >> this has been an emotional >> he brought the best out of everyone. i hate for him to be an example. i hope people learn from this and take care of themselves and be careful. >> they are not sure but there may have been a struggle he was shot in the head. his roommate found him on friday. >> all four are facing charges,
they are looking whether bustos has done this before. we're going to tell you why she has. >> what a shame. an an emotional moment in court as a victim of human trafficking faced the man who stole years from her life. he agreed to a plea deal sending him to prison for ten years after running a prostitution and drug it sounds like it was emotional. >> the victim gathered her courage to face him and send him off with chilling words. >> at 62 years old, he appeared in front of a judge looking tired and weathered. after two years awaiting trial in jail, he decided to take a deal. >> you have gone over the agreement with your lawyer? >> yes, i have. >> before the man accused of
one of his victims took to the podium to send him off with a powerful farewell. >> this man is a very violent person. >> she wishes to remain anonymous was take non-when she was 23 years old. >> i prostituted i brought the money to him. he took care of my needs, drugs, alcohol and a roof over my head, she sain >> i was beaten. i was tied up. i was handle hostage when i did not comply. i had physical scars as well as mental. >> she stoo before a judge she looked him in the eye one final time. >> i hate you. >> she said the final page of her troubled past.
not going to hurt. i have wings i didn't know that i had. through the grace i godky fly. i'm living an amazing live that i never had. >> following the ten years in prison he will be on probation and have to register as a sex offender. the woman said she has been sober for three years, steady job and bank account and reconnected with her anjuli davis, fox 13 news. >> happy reunion after a scare in t water. r a while their 2-year-old was where to be found. can you imagine the fear. why this family calls it a miracle. >> on friday was the last time
the emts that rescued their daughter. and two of the officers who are now considered family members stopped by their home. the reunion was a time for hugs. >> trying to get her under the lights. >> and the sharing of story about the rescue of kennedy, a bruised but lively 2-year-old who was visited by her rescuers today. two police officers and one of their lives a local emergency room >> she was my best friend you have a life long bond. >> friday at 10:40 the boat capsized near the 5:20 bridge. her father veered off track and hit a guide wire sending the family over board. >> i was in the water i could see the rights lighting up the
charlotte up to the top of the boat. they could not see kennedy or find her after dives under the boat she started to pray, i said let us find her alive. we need her. >> she called 911 from the water troof phone. the first responders rushed to the area they searched with no results but officers heard faint crying under the they dove in. she was in an air pact. her vest keeping her afloat. >> she was kicking her feet and just -- >> i have been doing this 25 years they do not turn out this way >> to see her come out crying. i get chills. >> despite the incident on the water the family plans on getting their daughter reacclimated with the water when
but for now they are keeping them close to them. last night they all slept together on the living room couch. >> that is remarkable. the father of a boy killed by a gator tried to save his son a report from the fwc has more details saying he reached into the mouth to free his son's head. a they say the boy died of a crushing bite. other visitors saw the water before the attack. one took a picture. a guest was on the way to warn the family and didn't get there in time. a crash ties up traffic at clearwater today. debris littered the area and curly road and country side after a crash between a motorcycle and van.
inning the front bumper. no word on the identities of those involved. highway patrol is investigating. the former secretary of state collin powell is pushing back against hillary clinton. her team is trying to pin her e-mail scandal on him. let's find out why he thinks that. >> they are trying to defend hillary clinton in a way that it back fires n this case the campaign has suggested that hillary clinton was collin powell her predecessor to use private e-mail. then have powell saying not only did she try to pin this on me but whatever she was using a private server a year before that. and don't pin this on me, he says, this is unfortunate for the campaign because thests to beyond this bring it back to light in a way it is filtering
developed over the weekend. you have an aide with more e-mails that suggest she may be mixing foundation work with state department business with other disclosures yet to come. this is a matter that's continuing to dog the campaign. >> let's switch to trump right now, we heard a report that he may be rethinking his immigration plan. he moved a big speech. campaign manager said this is to be determine the. we'll find out it appears as if donald trump may be softening his position as it relates to depore deportation of 11 million people living here illegally. we need to look at this and find a way to move forward. that's being interpreted as softening of the position and back pedaling. he is not doing that.
meetings with rnc officials and others, party leaders here, donald trump is under a lot of pressure to explain his position on depore tradition if he wants to -- deportation, if he do the not do it in one fell swoop, how wid he do that. we'll get more answers. we may here developments in tampa bay as well. cynthia. >> as we the bay area and on wednesday he is holding a rally in tampa at the florida state fairgrounds in the entertainment hall the doors open at 10 a.m. the rally starts at 1:00. he was cuffed and barefoot but he got away. with the witnesses saw during the case scape -- escape. helping college graduates
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new at five.. college kids are going back to class. and a few years from now.. going back to class and a lot of the school. and we have more on a new push to help students deal with the loans. >> i you go to college so can you have a great career. support a family, buy a house but that dream is getting deferred by debt. >> they are supposed to set us up for success. how can we be successful and reach our potential if we live with the fear and the insecurity of the debt.
castor to talk about the action congress should take toward debt. 71% of those surveyed say the loan debt is delaying them from buying a home. more than half say they expect that to last longer than five years. >> 10% is made up of student loans that's $1.3 trillion. that's alarming. >> she is pushing a bill t graduates who take out private loans. >> a citizen can refinance their car loan and their boat loan. they can refinance their credit card debt. but they're not allowed to refinance their student loan. >> refinancing would return 70 billion to families which would then give the local economy and housing market a boost. this is a good time to allow them to do that. interest rates are low that puts money into their pockets.
payments. they would be able to get on their feet and start their careers in a more secure way,. >> graduates are carrying 25,000 in student debt. across the country it is higher that the 30 new new. >> i have been one of those students who don't know how we're going to pay for food until the next payday, they have to drop out and give up on the dreams, the loan and housing report was completed by the national association of and american student assistance. it looked at 3000 who are making their payments on time on their student loans. >> are these recent graduates holding off? >> the largest share of graduates putting off homeowner are older ages 26 to 35. and they are still trying to pay off this off. what do you think is going on with the young they're were polled? >> fy had to guess they are
home. some are paying rent they are trying to get on their own two feet. the homeowner rate is at a 50-year low. >> wow. that's surprising. thank you. flood waters let the people go back and see the damage to the homes. and it is a lot. the rain is still falling in some areas they lifted the orders people are in there throwing things away. look at that. look at that mess and sofa and sheet rock. leaders call it some of the worst flooding in the region. and now thousands are pouring into the state to try to help rebuild. >> we take that we can have lunch and dinner and these people have nothing, they don't have food. they don't have water. there is nothing. >> and the recovery will take years. the president scheduled to visit
victims and officials and get a update and the administration will be offering low interest disaster loans for homeowners to rebuild. >> i look at those homes under water. so many under water. >> flood something the worst t is worse than wind damage. >> we see this. and the tropical season is heating up. >> as we have >> and there is a system in the atlantic that will be generally, generally heading our way this week and next week. >> and it is worth watching. let's what a day along the coast. >> and the rain machine turned off again they the most part the past couple of days the showers are popping up and one shower
meantime. another day with the dry air sneaking in and which is cut down on the rain fall coverage quite a bit, as we talked about rain at your house. there was some a couple of showers and the south and the southeast. wesley chapel and widespread there is one near zephyrhills t is drifting south. deeper moisture. sebring and that's about it. satellite and radar just a drying air mass and things are starting to change tomorrow and winds turn to the east and a better chance of storms along
and and lackn lot of heat. 92 and 93 in brooksville. future cast has showers and tomorrow notice the wind direction coming in from the east and that means storms arriving along the west coast. nothing out of whack for this time of year. the storms are likely on tuesday. 40% around tampa bay as you head down to the south. now let's talk about the tropics, there is a lot going on. this is fiona which is dying
showing a storm developing in the caribbean. but not as strong over florida and out into the gulf. are you talking today is monday. and this is tuesday. and a lot will change between now and then. the bottom line you pay attention see how this will play out. and down >> and storms. and 50% of storms on wednesday and that magic number of 92 again. winds are north tomorrow about 10 knots. 2 feet or. the next is a high tide at 553.
it does not stay long and especially if you live next door to something like this. look at it green and nasty and smelly. tonight at 6 see what a city is doing to make sure places like these are a mosquito's worst nightmare. we'll tell you about it. amy assume ser not a fan of tampa. she has some not so flattering things to say about our city in her book. wait until you hear what mayor has to say to her. >> that's at 6:00. >> thank you, kelly, a road rage encount ser a hit and run. now friends are remembering the man who died and the search for
david was proud to be an american soldier. and i know i'm prejudiced because he was my son, but i don't think he had a mean bone in his body. when i saw donald trump attack another gold star mother, i felt such a sense of outrage. "she was standing there, she had nothing to say..." if donald trump cannot respect a gold star family, then why would anyone in america think he would respect them.
(cynthia) one man is dead after a deadly road rage encounter in orlando. police say one man a road rage encounter a man got out to con confront the other driver he was run over. holly bristow said they are looking for the other driver. friends placed a cross in the grass next to the spot where he was killed this morning.
there was an incident at 1245 time on windover drive a block off kirkman road. he got out to confront the other driver, the other driver hit him and took off. he later died. the group of friends hugged and condoled each other. they went to high school with kahn. >> he was a great guy, when you knew him you never forget him, this woman had just seen him. >> i saw him last week, she has a message for whoever killed him. >> the person would be better to turn yourself in, you have a lot of angry people, are you better to deal with the police than try to deal with us. we have a news alert a man who escaped from a cruiser is back in custody.
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to be sued. has government lost its mind? 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. a return to common sense. (cynthia-take vo) one minute he was in the back of a deputy's cruiser. the next he was gone! one minute he was in a
turned himself in. and kimberly kuizon tells us he faces more serious charges. >> reporter: and on saturday night a witness had a seat close to the action. >> and he crushed through the palm tree. >> reporter: the driver and the passenger ran away after crashing into the fence. it did not take long to show up. they have >> it was a bust, they realized he had a violation of probation for drugs. >> he was not there for very long. he crawled out of a back seat window and made a run and barefoot. >> and he ran with the cuffs behind his back. and he took off that way. he ran, deputies here with the sheriff's office would not go on
happened until the investigation wrapped up. they told us that he escaped from that car on his own and that he was the one that got the window down. >> and deputies stayed with the driver of the car while he was cuffed in a cruiser by himself. the report said the window lock was not engaged allowing him to operate the window. >> he is like a little snail. reapyre, he did it late this afternoon when he walked into the sheriff's office. >> in manatee county, kimberly kuizon. >> condo complex is damaged by a fire. it was at 12:30. firefighters say someone called 911 saying a third floor unit was on fire with flames shooting through the roof. they were contained to just one condo the owner was not home at the time.
investigators have ruled a fire at a mosque was arson saying that the samples tested positive for gas. it was at the mosque on august 5th. crime stoppers enough offering a reward of $3000 leading to an arrest. investigators thought it was a faulty cord on a fridge but now they believe that someone torched it doing $25,000 in damage. the internet lets communicate with anyone anywhere in the world, as a result cyber bully something a term that many people have added to the vocabulary. people are surprise who had is most likely to cyber bully their child. dr. jo, you got my attention. you have been looking into this. what do they find. >> they found it is likely to be someone they splay dated in a row plantic relationship or one of their friends. what they found there are 800
and they asked them in the last beek have you had -- week have you had any aggressive behavior online. some had. 40% of that number had one of the encounters on facebook, then it was followed by text messaging and chats. the chat rooms could be associated with a sports game. and some of things that are interesting when you looked about the friend bullying them it may be atam taxed to the fact they are place on a team or in the, you know looking for the same office or club and with the romantic partners to prevent them from going out with someone else or getting revenge. the bottom line was that females were twice as likely as males and lgbt four and a half times the odds were that much greater
>> and that's a tough one. they did not give us any some of the things they mentioned were, you know is really tough. tough tell your child it does not matter if you text message they can screen shot that. that's forever. some of what you say can be shared with any anywhere and a lot of the kids that were asked what it felt like to be bullied they said it was hurtful. they lost friends. here is one that's devastating they and letting them know what it may feel like if you do this to someone else or happening to them to come and talk to you. >> and they are really important but it is a very different world than one i grew up and i can say. some of the things are still you know happening that happened back then they are at a in a more public way, some of the kids commit suicide. one of the apps that kids love
is saying that the pictures that your child post may say a lot about their state of mind. >> this has to do with how you post. this is not just children. what they found with the increased with decreased brightness the person may be depressed. they said that those depressed people tended to have bluer pictures darker and grayer and e more likely ty were posted by depressed participants they got less likes on the picture. and if you look see how bright and beautiful that's the non-depressed person and on the right the depressed. the higher posting frequency with depression they were more likely to post photos with faces but they have lower average face counts than a healthy participate. you know it was interesting when you looked this may be a better predictor than some at predicting depression.
limit. >> it is frightening. >> it is but listen i'll look at postings now differently. >> yes. >> thank you, that'sinteresting. kids in sarasota kicked off a new school year. one of the last districts to go back. and kids walked in with parents we talked to a mom and daughter who both had butterflies. >> they are nervous going int the fifth grade at south side we had a great time. today is a great day for sophia, she looks happy behind her. and the 43,000 students enrolled in sarasota county schools. >> the usf they kick off the start of the fall semester t is home to 36,000 graduates. and this is the first time living away from home.
i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. letterman:"has a line of clothing, now where re 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, 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. the ties are made in where? china? off-camera voice: ?china.? letterman: ?the ties are made in china."
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pills labeled that were actually fentanyl. the pain kill they're the medical examiner as the drug responsible for his overdose. they are not sure how he ingested the drug. they are leaning he did not know they contained fentanyl. a man near chicago makes the largest corn maze and the is star trek. cynthia said oh. and the farm is a staple and the maze opened and has a new carefully planned theme t is 11 and a half miles add winds through a cornfield to create the sies enterprise.spock and >> you like that, spock is cool, check that out. expect tougher security at raymond james.
but i don't think he had a mean bone in his body. there is not a day that i don't think about david. when i saw donald trump attack another gold star mother, i felt such a sense of outrage. "she was standing there, she had nothing to say..." if donald trump cannot respect a gold star family, then why would anyone in america think he would respect t
happy monday - it's time to happy monday we hope everyone had a good weekend. >> good weekend. >> yes, good, good, good. >> time for trending. you know we have been participating in the 22 pushup challenge to raise awareness for the veterans who commit suicide. we challenged the rays, the bucs, lightning and the rowdies and look who dropped in to do 22 >> 22 commit suicide >> vincent jackson foundation sent out the tweet and he is much faster than vanessa or i. >> she is one of the ones who started the challenge. the rowdies tweeted, they have accepted. we would like to see the video we'll put it on good day or tweet me with it. we'll make sure that's on the air. >> great. >> good job. >> if you do the 22 i would be
>> we have a situation. >> this is a situation check out the tape this is in australia. four youngsters were going to shove three crocodiles into a school administration office, they put them in there and ransacked the thing. this is sometng i know that you iid not like this. they taped the mouths shut so they did not hurt. that's not good. >> that's i heard that story this morning. they are proct they catch them they get a big fine. >> they were caught on camera. here is happier news. >> now check out the otter. and the otter comes over and curious.
>> it is backtracking. >> are you bigger than me, by the way before anyone calls i'm not sure. >> what would that be? >> a. >> a gerbil. >> a big cat. >> a ferret. >> that may be a >> a. >> look at the night spots on the ears. check that out. >> i'll take cynthia over you. >> i can tell when you start talking slower that you were analyzing. >> what about the blanket, i would play with him. >> cute. >> i enjoyed every second of that. a lot going on storms are
how things play out in the tropics. the 10th on the way a nice day at the beach. temperatures in the 80s. >> and another day. as i said every day couple of showers. there is rain one offer davis eye rand and one near temple terrace. close to ybor. here is one up in northeast hillsborough and dade city and
red some things to discuss. and fiona and a non-factor as well. and a hurricane is kind of interesting it will move west northwest in the short term probably not much intensification at all. there is dry air ahead of it. over time we're talking in the next five days it will kind of feeding on warm waters of the caribbean. there is some potential for development.
stay in the 90s for the highs. the bucs and happy ing to back at 1 buc aft a in jacksonville. aid have a better sense of the team. and back on the practice field today. first time this week and good news doug martin and gerald mccoy are back after missing saturday's game. >> and a big talker for the bucs fans the level of concern and he
inside and the college career at florida state. the reason they picked him up after all. and his confidences that been shaken a bit. at the end of the day. with my whole career and what i have done. and they are rare. before there is a lot of people that may have i missed that practice >> and you know it is what it is. >> there is expect station. expectation for me. after a miss. that's a new t is news could you say it is good. the bucs will host the brown the. joint practices. they will be open to the public. and the players hit the field at 9:45 both days that will run until noon tuesday and wednesday.
kevin cash called the opener disappointing which the team used as motivation to win the final two games. bouncing back against the best shows the character. >> , they were disapointed it was not their best effort and capable of more. and they came in the last two nights and did that. and they should feel good about themselves now. and wait for the race for bristol. the same to the independent yeah war in poke know forcing the series to run a rare monday race. >> something breaks into the suspension for one driver. he had the lead over will power who leads the final 23 laps to pick up the victory.
>> and a crash that fortuntely was not any worse than it could have been. this is amazing stuff. and rossi out of his pit, riding the same time that kimball is pulling into his. his car launched into the air and on top of the head is exposed. watch how hiding helios. that left a scuff mark on the helmet. catching the body missed by inches. you can sees tire marks on the car in the garage. small ones on the helmet. he is okay. has a little headache. one of the things we see that's
oil prices dragging down oil prices are dragging down stocks. the s&p ended down over a point. sponsors have severed ties with him, will others follow suit. >> over exaggerated why he embellished the story in rio. he returned to the u.s. and the others remained. he was apologetic. >> i let the team down. >> i let them down i wanted to be there.
left. >> i wanted to help out any way that i could. >> i'm embarrassed for myself and the guys the meet the games. everyone watching. >> the consequences from the actions are continuing. speedo and ralph lauren renew their deals. that's a big one. back to you, expensive lesson. >> the 6:00 news is next. here are mark and kelly. new at 6:00. if you own or drive a truck you will want to hear how they are targeted. what is happening up and down interstate 75. tonight at 6:00 the cancer announcement took the country's breath away. how is he doing tonight? we'll catch up with jimmy
rid of mosquitoes and where they breed. amy schumer has something to say about tampa, it's not nice. what she says and the people who live in it. >> this is the fox 13 6:00 news. >> i'm mark wilson. >> thank you for joining us. they met and went out for a date and they went their separate ways or so he >> it and they came back to his apartment with a plot. , they are struggling with the emotions considering how this unfolded. he was lured into a deadly first