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now through august thirty-first. more than just a player. kobe bryant is a profitable businessman. more than just playing. successful business man and what he says the key to success is, and something all of us can do. >> and gorgeous sunset. with dave is going to explain. he's going to take his shot an explaining what is behind all of those shadows. and good thursday morning i'm laura moody. i'm russell rhodes. we're inside today. because there's a lot of weather that we need to keep an eye on. and dave's been tracking a lot of stuff. and we're still trying to figure it all out, right, dave >> yeah. a lot of disturbed weather. but it's, it's really disorganized this morning down
and haiti. the actual center that's trying to form is up here. so all of convection is east. even south. and these mountains, these 10,000 foot mountaintops sdrupting this attempt at circulation. so, all of this mess is blob is justing going to eventually head west northwest. once it gets here into the bahamas, it's going to reach an area which is more conducive for development. that will be over the weekend. so really kind of steady as she goes. computer models are still here early next week. so a lot of rain in the forecast. that's monday, tuesday, wednesday. for now we're at 81 degrees. in tampa area with rain chance running 40 percent this afternoon and 40 percent tomorrow afternoon. vanessa. >> all right, thanks, dave. >> and we'll start off with some trouble spots on the roadways right now out of tampa in ways you missed it. a vehicle crash involving we're hear a bicyclist atreytwo of th be blocked.
we have back up towards village drive. so mease avoid if you can. can either take anderson off to east or west orn grove drive. now we will get to pinellas county. we have some notable delays now. u.s. 19. south of bellair road. lane blockages and we have at back up towards sunset point at this point. so, if you want you can take belcher road or very least give yourself extra time. we're seeing delays about 15 minutes to 10 minutes heading in that southbound direction. >> this is crash watching for a little while now out hill. it is unfortunately a deadly crash blocking lanes, hollered road elk lane you can take mariner around this. from a traffic standpoint shouldn't cause too many concns is in a neighborhood area. isaiah is direcng o there. isaiah is taking care the 9:00 a.m. show. clearly going to be better. in the headset. >> all right. let's get to the news now as dave just saidhile it may not be a full fledged named storm,
rain. and loot of it. and you know, it's never too early to get prepared. we probably already should be prepared. remember hurricane andrew slammed into miami 24 years ago yesterday. millions in damage. in 2004, from middle of august through the end of september, florida was hit by four storms. i was over in polk county stday ey remember it ll. charley, francis, i van, gene. causing billis of dollars in damage. so en if thehato o way tns out not a full fledged tropical we need to get ready for it right now. and these are words to live by. emergency managers want you to remember this mantra. the first 72 is up to you. >> in other words be prepared ton hon your own for three days. with water, and food, and shelter. anything in addition to having food and water don't forget things like a manual can opener. matches, or a lighter of some sort. charcoal or gas grill. don't forget about your pets
and any prescriptions you and your family may need >> and remember, you can get a list of everything you could possiblyeed o our websit that alsoas latt andom. forecasts as well.it's a great . >> in just a coincidence the city of tampa is addressing flooding concerns gwen this morning. and the public is invited to weigh in. city council holding a hearing to talk about it's new plan to stop all the south tampa street flooding that we have every time it rains. $250 million plan involves major drainage projects across the city. and to pay for it new storm water tax. assessment could cost average homeowner about $90 a year. >> new this morning deputies keeping a close tab keeping close tabs on bay area high school following a threat on social media. right now there is an increased law enforcementresence at sun lake high school in land o'lakes. this after a studented post pic
stress that there is no threat to the school its students or faculty. detectives have identified those involved with the online post and the investigation concluded last night. we will learn more about the incident during a news conference later this morning and we will bring it to you on air and on fox13news.com. >> 9:05. police want to find out who is responsible for flashing diners on the usf campus right now detectives are trying to identify this man. now he's not been charged with a he's considered a person of interest. this is who we're talking about. last thursday, somebody entered two campus dining facilities and exposed themselves to several people. first report came in around 6 o'clock in the evening. then another two hours later, the incidents took place in the juniper poplar dining hall. police believe a man between 25 and 30 could be involved. if you have any information you're asked to call usf police department. florida a & m is still in it ur moil.
rejected a proposal to extend president contract. she was hired in 2014 to repair the school's reputation after the 2011 hazing death of robert champion. but not everyone is liking the change. including the board. he was brought in from cornell university. but in the two years she has headed this historically black college she has racked up more than $80,000 in travel expenses. university busess meetings. now including board of governor's meeting seminars famu football games and alumni association meeting across the country. although according to tallahassee democrat newspaper her records do not include details. and board on wednesday questioned the benefits to the university. what but also did not sit well with board manage um asking for ten and a half million dollars in budget cuts. >> and unless the board come to an agreement as president, she's going to leave the university next spring.
fire. that's what democratic candidate hillary clinton is saying about this latest report regarding her emails scandal. the associated press says more than half of her face to face meetings as secretary of were with clinton foundation dorngs leading critics to questin her ethics. she tolled cnn that report oy and tay there are rumors we tim. can leaks might have an october surprise for hillary. reaching oh tout minorities. some say that may be risky. fox's doug luzader has more on the campaign trail. hillary clinton will be on the attack today trying to a tie donald trump to the controversial so-called movement. but clinton campaign also looking over it's shoulder. not knowing exactly what wikileaks is about to release. >> hillary clinton is already facing some problems. ahead of the polls but battling damaging reports about possible
foundation and the state department she presided over. now the group we can leaks already released a slew of democratic emails says more is on the way about clinton. >> it's a variety of different types of different types of institutions that are associated with the election campaign. some quite unexpected angles. you know quite interesting. some, some even entertaining. but n that will involve. and clinton's campaign coffers meantime are over flowing. during 3 dak day swing through california, the associated press says she raked in donations at rate of $270,000 an hour. in total, $18 million. donald trump meantime lagging behind clinton nationally and in critical swing states will meet in new york with black and hispanic leaders. >> we have to follow the laws of our country.
supporters he will hold firm against illegal immigration, while at the same time, suggesting his stance softening for illegal immigrants who are otherwise law abide biding. we can go step further they will pay back taxes, they have to pay taxes. there's no amnesty as such. there's no amnesty. >> right. >> but we work with them. >> we work with them. if you recall, that's the position of a number of trump's rivals through the republican primary process. eviscerated over this very issue. in washington, doug luzader, fox news. the man who led the anti apartheid move the in south africa is backhopped. archbishop desmond tutu is expected to be there at least ra week. a statement is to treat a recurring an infection. 84-year-old played key role in south africas transition from apartheid to a free society.
higgins of st. lawrence catholic church vice talgs monday and tuesday from noon until funeral service will be a 11:30 on wednesday. there b a seating in the church, outside in ins higgins hall. parking except forehand capped will be al lopez park and shuttle service will be provided. saying good-bye is never easy imagine veterans not having anyone to attend their that happened in sarasota to not one but three fallen heros. but alcides segui is at the sheriff's office right now where there is better outcome. right? >> there is absolutely a better outcome. thanks to sarasota county sheriff's office patriot guard riders and other groups now showing up to again, to honor these men and women who have sacrificed their lives or again, who have just served several years and all of sudden for
reasons. i'm choked up. all right. i think i'm there. i want to toss to katelyn johnson public information sarasota county s office. i had something in my throat. so, first off this was big deal because you had three former u.s. army veterans at that passed away in their 80s. i mean had been coming. how did you guys hear about it and you obviously wanted want to be part of something special weep to give credit to local radio station that advertise social media and website this is happening on wednesday in sarasota. there's going to be veteran who will be buried. be and there will be no friends oh family at the service. is anybody available is anybody can interested can and and they came if drones. i was really, really excited to see turn out several members are current, active serving military and several are veterans this hits very close to home. >> while there, the department
and you're going to just play it in the hangar at the chopper. there's a tie there too, right? talk us to about that. there is our chief pilot who works down at the hank arkansas venice airport is a u.s. army veteran. again this hits very close to home for him and many of our members here at thes office. any opportunity that we have to sh our respect andur service for men and women that fightor this counhetry,'s lot o coons h women see cmuty and these men a women he served their country. woulbe irresponsible not to mention at the service there member vfw, va patriot rider no family or friends where we really felt it was our duty to go there and represent a law enforcement agency and a show our support. great idea. katelyn i thank you so much. i appreciate it. key talked to colonel during last hour of good day tampa bay. and he was actually telling us that moving forward katelyn and the pr department is going to work with other departments here locally at sarasota police
they can start showing up to more events where you have these men and women who have lost their lives but who also gave their time to this country. and, it's a great time to honor them. obviously not going to be part of that as well. back to you. >> yeah. thanks, alcides. see you later. >> coming up a little later. what it takes to be successful. and here's a hint, it is not about knowing everything. and it's not just families that are having a tough time making ends meet. students are too. but there's a solution and it's this week's extraordinary ordinary. and all sweet all the time. charley belcher is at a mace. him or the place? well both. i can't do it. i haven't able to strachan, straw like straw and honda. strachan. strachan here's another ride
weekend during the week? >> when when you have a sundae on thursday. >> okay. okay. that wasn't bad. that's okay. that's okay. thank you very much. that's why i went to broadcasting school. that's what we're going to do when we come back we will you one of their extra special sundaes at strachan's home maem ice cream and desserts. look pies and cakes. they do they just do it all. they just do it all. come into steak 'n shake for hand-dipped fall milk shakes. better yet, come into steak 'n shake for hand-dipped fall milk shakes at half- price... ...during half-price happier hour, weekdays, now two to five... ...at steak 'n shake. ? this week, you're taking a
((russell///wipe vo)) you're watching good day tampa bay. well it would appear that u.s. soccer is done with hope solo they terminated her contract suspended her for six months after her comments after losing to sweden at the olympics she called them coward for playing way thedid. ere more dsive oriented rather ore. solo apologized afterwards but u.s. sock are after awe all problems they've h with her punishment fits. but pler argues if a man had said what solo he would not have been suspended. and filing a grievance on her behalf today. >> on to better post olympic news. we have swimming sweetheart katie ledecky throwing oh first pitch a washington national she had to hand over 8,000 gold medals to price harper so she could make a pitch.
out in long run. i she's she from bethesda. chris wall wallace followed her career quite a bit. she is his power player coming up this sunday on fox news sunday. really? he's had stuff with her before. but, clearly, she needs to be there. now. i'm so excited to see four years from now how much better and stronger she is in japan. how much better can she get? like 18 years old. we'll find out that's amazing. michael phelps how much better can he get in 9:18. let's talk about rain chances today. very normal. very typical we go 40 percent on the rain chance into the early afternoon. and evening hours. 50 percent as you're going a little bit further to the south, so the north we had 30 percent rain chance. that's typical. we're going to keep this relatively normal pattern for a couple of days. here's your disturbance.
mountaintops. in dominican republic with haiti. bordering these two countries. and lot of times that can disrupt any type of attempted circulation or circulation you're seeing a little bit weakening with this disturbance. once it moves away and gets up here, say northeast of cuba. getting into the bahamas it's going to enter into an area more favorable for development. at the same time moving northwest n to skedaddler off shore. that's going to allow for it to turn a little bit. and the very latest computer models are showing that turn. the problem is, and they are disagreeing completely on the state of the system at that point. the gfs reliable model, basically says well not going to be any too to it. just big old rain storm. that's what the very latest gfs is. it does bring all of it the west coast of florida.
european model, which is also very a very reliable model. track forecast pretty much the same. but this is saying it will be an a little butt stronger perhaps a tropical storm as it comes up west coast of florida. what i'm telling you right now. here at thursday morning we're talking about next tuesday morning. we've got plenty of time to watch this. plan for some heavy rain. if it takes a path like that and puts all that moisture on eastern side. we will have to deal with heavy rain next week. rest of it couple more days until it emerge dominican republic to see what kind of organization it gets, to talk about wind ee. so we've got tomorrow, you've got, you've got saturday, you've got sunday. even part of monda sotplenty of. always head to www.myfoxhurricane.com, for more on that. with 92 today. and over the next 7 days wee going totay in lower 90s. again rain chances obviously if we get closer to early next week are going to start to ramp up a little bit. vanessa. all right, difficult did y'all
in dave's weather. >> if want to s hifurscpts.ss'l responsibility for that. >> i got my scripts now for entertainment blocks. stick around we will have those stories for you. all right thanks, dave. time right now 9:21. updates here dale mabrey humphrey street we mention that bicyclist. we're learning diverting traffic on to the a shoulder. so expect delays to stick around and get worse. becaus reductions even more so than we had last time. alternates once again anderson or orange grove to bush to himes. >> 9:21. time it is spefrns to go to college. when some students headed back to usf this week. it's been everything they have in tuition. leaving very little for food being called food insecure. there is help. it's this week's extraordinary
eating well and balanced is important for everybody. especially with college students. hungry minds don't think well. we want to make sure our students are well nourished and can succeed academically. kate jones is knew tryst is in her mission for better meals she discovered a recurring theme. >> some students really just didn't have the resources available to purchase the foods that i was recommending. we have students that are financially independent and rely on financial so when financial aid russ out they do struggle with being able to afford grocery it is wasn't students just going out to eat every day but saying they couldn't afford food. this was really we're seeing students that don't have the money for food. with help of another staff member and feedi america students now have place to turn to. a campus food pantry appropriately called feed a bowl. you get two breakfast items.
no might not lk much. this closet able care out0 t5tu. yes, students only students. and they are able to remain anonymous. they do however need a valid student id. this extraordinary ordinary says that hopefully one day this closet will be an entire grocery store with fresh produce and give students to choose food for themselves. as nutrition feed a bowl intangible. we've had students that sent us thank you cards. i mean when you read those, it just, it again, it just makes you feel good. and allows you to know that you are providing students a resource that they need. and so that we know that we are doing the right job here. all right. again, this program relies solelily on donation either money or food. their goal is to raise $3,500. right now they are about $1,500.
facebook page, so for more on this, or storied ordinary suggestions go to fox 13's walter allen. coming up in an if you amazing pictures of sunset. dave will tell us what is making those shadows. and charley belcher is making us fall off our diet wagon. he's a place that makes their own ice cream and desserts. mmm.
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i don't care it is thursday. let's make it sundae. today we're going to make you are gooey hot fudge brownie sundae. so many words there that i just love. all right. what what are you doing there? first you start with big old scoop of vanilla ice cream. made with finest madagascar vanilla. recently warmed up brownie on top. and hot fudge. >> smother away. oh, smothered. one more big scoop of vanilla >> of course, it would be rude not to. >> of course. >> all right. right on top. cover that in some more hot fudge >> well of course, right i mean you can't >> the more calories the more gooey the better. >> brook, while finish up sundae
>> here at dunedin we're open 11:00 a.m. to 9 weekdays. weekends we stay open open until 10 sometimes len puppy window. and palm harbor opens at 12 and same closing times. >> my goodness ashley. you should commended you're an artist what you are >> oh, thanks. >> look at that. >> wow. and laura, i want you to notice, i said earlier i have friend we have this debate that lasts forever only kids should eat out cone cups i think he's azy. he's wrong. >> i'm so sad for him. but what a great compromise. that's a waffle cup. >> yeah. so that's good compromise. waffle cup. lookt th. desserts just never something hod compromise on. that brownie. people online are saying do sugar free this or that. really place to come splurge. it's the real old good.
really a place for extravagance. treat yourself. exacy. skip on your dessert. brownies all soaked in that ice cream. all right. ta with us. straight ahead former broad kay star now the king of late night tv. but it wasn't all fun and games growing up for james corden. ahead the i think everyone's home becomes a part of them or takes on their character. and you lose so much of that stuff in the flood that made the house your home. you just cannot imagine how much damage a little bit of water can do.
through the rubble in and welcome back the time right now 7:32. crews continue to a search through rubble in italy following a strong earthquake. 247 people have died, and hundreds more being hurt. right now, there's a race against time to find any of the trapped survivors crew been using bulldozer even bare hands to go through debris of homes, hotel church and stores. officials say three small towns in central italy were levelled by quake and 450 after shocks since then. including one measuring a a deadly attack on american university in kabul afghanistan has come to an end. at least 12 people were killed. and dozens more injured in the assault. security officials say two people responsible were killed. but a third may have been involved. 7 students are among the dead as well three police officers and two security guards. >> federal officials have finish investigating part of pulse flight club shooting. and have turned the case over now to orlando prosecutors. >> the fdle was investigating
at the state attorney's office will now decide whether the officer's use of force was justified. meanwhile f.b.i. is still investigating the deaths of the 49 victims. yesterday hospitals who treated the victims decided to write off all hospital bills. it come to more than $5 million. >> one person remains hospitalized. >> talk about a bad day. national weather service at least eight tornadoes down in indiana. storms ripped through roofs off houses dropped air cut power to tens of thousands. as many 20 people were hurt. none of them seriously. officials say six of the tornadoes were produced from a single long super cell thunderstorm. preliminary data show an ef3 reaching winds of 165 miles an hour. >> governor pence the one who donald trump's vice presidential running mate is touring the damage. suspended his campaign. and went home.
yeah. dave. yeah. late august though too. you know you this typically see an outbreak like that. so guys, we kind promo'd this and talked about it a little bit. i've got something for you. relive in paradise. last night, the sunset was magical. look at this. or was it terrestrial. 11 pictures from our viewers. >> for the record you started that shadow look to it first i thought it was jen's mother ship coming to bring her home. this is time. it's time. it's time for jen to go back when jen's frm. when you look at it basically as that sun is going down and down to the level of the clouds, the clouds are thick. it can't make it through. and the tops of clouds are flat. you're getting that flat shadow look from that light going over the top of the clouds.
and has to be liked perfect angle, the clouds need to be flat on top which we've seen ths in couple of those pictures. notice how it just kind of on the sides. sun makes its way through. it's shadow effect of really wat what it comes down. so if that's a shadow. you know, what if you look at that, you see lot of that what we call convection waning. falling apart a bit. having rough interaction with the mountains of the dominican there are some 10,000 foot tops there. they tend to rip apart these storms. by first look, what you're saying to yourself wow, everythingist just going west west west. but, the center is trying to form up here. okay. far and away away from where all this convection is. so once this and it's not a low level center yet. once it moves away from the influence of hispaniola, then
development in this. and most of the computer models have been saying this all along, hey, this is not going to develop until it gets into the bahamas. so but yes i'm looking at this and kind of liking what i see. but again, as it works its way west northwest into bahamas, you've got record warm water temperatures. you're going oh have light wind sheer, a lot to work with. so this l represents where it's trying to form. as it moves toward the northwest, that's what the notice how, at the end of it, they are kind of turning it back toward the north and the east with time. latest gfs computer molds says same thing it doesn't develop same storm. it keeps a big old rainy mess. it does bring it up west coast of our state. with this scenario. several inch and a european thing.
a tropical storm i urge you to keep watching model evolve over the next few days. because they are not set in stone yet. i can tell you, that the seven day rainfall totals could quite high throughout entire state. that's going to be our biggest issue right now. will be rainfall next week. this weekend, next week. partly cloudy, 40 percent rain chance today. a near normal august afternoon, with your high around 92 degrees. in the weekend. where we will start to increase those rain chances. a couple very ecial birthdays coltongoing to start with he loves to play outde. play ball, andpend time his big brother. i got to stay happy first birthday to you. another birthday, well this is winnie everybody. she's past her first birthday. she's 100 years today.
she came to america through ellis island when she was five. we're told she keeps sy doin cross word puzzles on our computer. she even has her own facebook page. winnie is still involved in several clubs. listen to this 14 grandkids, 8 grandkids more on the way. winnie we wish you the very best. that is awesome. very happy birthday to both of you. all get to roadways unfortunately, another sad traffic report to bring you. of course we have deadly crash in spring hill second deadly crash of morning coming us to out of dade city area. so this is reported with lane blockage u.s. 98 at, lanes going to be blocked we expect for say at least four hours or so alternates for you since 'r heavily backed up 98, please take30 one. and likely your best work around.ulevard.
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are dealing with this flooding in louisiana. more than 60,000 homes damaged. 13 people have died. yeah. and then there are the 106,000 survivors who have filed for emergency aid so far. but, humans are not only ones dealing with this devastation animals are affected too. and fox 13's jen epstein is here now with one little girl's offer to help. hey jen, yeah. this is a really sweet, extra special good day good deed. local animal lover so heartbroken by flooding in louisiana, s up concert tickets to help animals in need. katie is a senior plant high school. here she is with 7-year-old malady yoshi. she's true animal lover. when she heard humane society. taking 18 dogs she wanted to help. katie and her mom are donating blankets and food to the animal shelter this weekend. but they also want to make monetary donation.
they are in section 14. they go for about $95. katie says she'll take at least 50 bucks for each one all the money going to the humane society of tampa bay to help those sweet puppies in need. this isn't first time katie has reached out to help others. her mom says completed over 160 hours of community service. and is always looking for ways to help people and animals in need. what do you think, dave? you want to buy 5 concert tickets for an awesome cause? >> i think you should. if it wasn't a school night. that's true. good point. it is school night. >> our invest continues to be very disorganized this morning. and that obviouslyist going to play into our long-term forecast. short-term we're looking a pretty much normal 40 percent rain chance. today, tomorrow, up to 50 percent for saturday and sunday. 60 percent for monday and tuesday. and again, please, you can always check in with www.myfoxhurricane.com. all right dave.
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