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they're worried they will be shut down. and the commissioners voted to set new limits on noise. and kellie cowan is in the soho area which has exploded on to the scene and how this. >> i mean. and the regulations are aot l more s parts of the city. the message from the council was turn it down or turn it off completely as an owner watches the reading he is worried. at 2:00 in the afternoon with his patio empty his bar would be in violation of a new noise
>> when you hear the music in your living room that's a noise violation. >> the council members got an earful from neighbors complaining about noisy bars. they heard from the people wanting to fight to party. >> that's why i came to florida. it is an outstate you want to enjoy the patio the people moving in accept that. >> it limits the bars in downtown, ybor city and channelside to 85 decibels or lower. but in parts the noise t after 10 nights drops to just 55decibels. >> and it is too low and may have to be changed. >> i just think that we owe it to ourselves to take a look at
the level. >> he agrees. >> it is harsh the penalties can be steep, the fines range om50 to $450 per violation. but two in a six month period means losing the right to serve alcohol, for a week? six mons? a year? either way a week ou of business we would down. >> and i'm of the noise readers we're well over that limit outside of consider are not a dozen people out there from what i'm told theyl readjust the limit and talking about doing away with it, they
>> all right. >> reporting for us out there. we are all watching right now and wondering if that system in the tropics will be something we need to worry about what do they show? >> it is less impressive. and last night we had a chance of development in the days. >> we're fighting a lot of sheer this is the loop and you look at all the clouds you say where is the storm. is it over here? maybe here. and it is up here. it is the swirl from space but
a weak low pressure tracking. it will be moving into a zone where there will be less shear. there is the potential for some development. what this will mean for us watching either a depression or a that's the most likely outcome at this point. things could change. that's at 6:20. a child protective investigators has been fired and arrested for faking a report. all of her cases she was involved in could be in jeopardy. aaron mesmer has more on this. what happened?
investigators wanted to wrap up the cases so she ld. not only is this unacceptable it is illegal. inchrie mc robbie spent two years at a child protective investigators but now her former boss is wondering how often she didder in job, i don't know you can trust anything she made, the investigations are u scrutiny because she lied on a she received this letter saying she is fired and charged with a felony. >> unacceptable. from a criminal stand pont she started a crime. this started in april a tip that a mother and fath were using drugs she was assigned to the case. with the family before reporting the drug tests were clean because she wanted to close the case quickly. detectives started looking into the investigation after the
the parents have admitted they have been using drugs thehole month later, don't hold me to it, the baby was born addicted torugs, we don't rush on cases. especially when it comes to a child you do everything in your power to protect the children. >> we're td the family lives in hillsborough county and the children w told are in the custody of the because this involves children, not a lot of information is available, mark. >> hopefully they get this worked out. thank you. and new at 6:00 tonight another twist in a legal drama between a millionaire and his exfiance, he accuses her of stealing jewels, she accuses hil have to watch two meltdowns and
the video to surface in the case. >> it is. it shows mary hunt having a tantrum but the attorney of the million millionaire said it shows something else. , we have seen scott mitchell having a melt down. now there is video of mary hunt having one, too. >> is telling. >> the explain for the black eye is likely different than that. >> deed not beat her, the bad blood between the two started after theirasty split up. scott accused her of stealing millions worth of diamonds, jewels and gold from his safe. abused her.
i think about how much he wanted this. he said they are self-inflicted. >> there is no video this demonstrates she is striking herself in the same area of her face and head they allege scott >> he is going after video experts hired by her team. and steven coleman looked at video that may show mary hunt removing items from the coleman believes it may have been altered or tampered with because he never got to see the original video. >> coleman is now a web designer. foster is not worried about coleman's finding. >> we have gone and sought out experts to come and say, yes, >> not just any expert. the former head of the f.b.i.
high-profile cases and the jfk assassination and expect a battle of the exes in court and a battle of the video meltdown. >> now mary hunt's attorney commented on this saying,n youih you and push you and push you until you react in an irrational way. anyone who lives with path understands the reaction. we'll follow this one. back to you. >> all right, gloria, thank you very much. we understand actually let me get to one other thing there is a development in another case, tell us about that the dui scandal. what happened there? >> very big decision by the supreme court. all three attorneys who were accused of the he setup, they ae permanently disbarred. they called this case the most shocking unethical and
the scandal as you know goes back three years ago. that's when the three attorneys set up another aforeign for a dui arrest. they used their legal assistant and a cop to aid in the setup. all three are permanently disbarred effective immediately which means they can no longer prce law inlorida ever. this does wrap up the saga that we have been following for close to three years. back to took, too. >> right. >> all right, gloria, thank you. and we want to take a moment to remember a part of our fox 13 family. larry elliston may remember him he was a reporter here for 15 years. we loved his stories and his assignment florida series. remember this. he hosted a segment called down home florida. after leavingtvt, he went on
not only because of the stadium is undergoing up grades and screens and a new sound system and four other screens. that's not all. >> and all that is new this season. >> we showed you some of thefoos season if now what can you find across the field. this is the man and brian ford the coo of the uk abouts. tell us about the experience,. >> we have so excited about the start of football under the lights. and the fan experience that everyone is about to experience from the new sound system from the score boards going to four
feet to ribbon boards. 31,000, the surrod from 6 replay cameras to 18. to be here with the other believ come out add experience this, what are you doing with the screens, we want to bring fantasy football. we want to give them a reason to come out. and people play football. we'll have stats switching to away games t is total entertainment. we'll keep them excited for what is happening elsewhere in the
and the project that will enchance it in excess of $140 million project. best of luck again tomorrow night. the first pre-season game is against the rams. >> week 3 that's when we will unleech the new exciting stuff. we have to hold something back for that event. >> we're excited. reporting from raymond james. mike been >> now your forecast with paul dellegatto. >> and the rain will be gone by the time they kick off. and now the weekend half and half and moisture and the lake. and rapidly to the southwest and
counties. the shower now north of sarasota. ananot band from the north and sprinkles that will pass quickly. and that's about it. and the rest of the night and dry. the wind will be hot. you have a sunny day or mostly sunny day. it does not rain, you have to be in the mid-90s. and the wind off at atlantic. invest 99 l and you know today when it came out. this is a visible loop that are you looking at clouds being lit up by the flight. can you see the spin here. once we see this we know that the system is in trouble. it is
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 you and i were not allowed to save them unless we were willing 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 let we can do. after all the love they give. dana young for the florida senate.
and the big innings he has been doing so well. he pitches 7 throwing 96 giving up and striking out 4. andures he get this is. the shot into left center. coming around to score from first. and by the way ends in 0-34 and that r.b.i. double there. and on to shut the door. and david ortiz the first career save. rays win kevin cash could not save enough. >> we do our bullpen was short and him to go deep into the game. and heid. he was efficient and gotut of a huge jam a big doue play to go out and outstanding effort on his part. and they invade it for the home ownership against the browns.
and red for the rookies and many of the buc's first year guys vernon har graves who has been at nickel back but been pushing for a start at corner. and a big difference maker on the pass rush. and a high skill set and tough to block even with two guys on. dirk koetter said it will be great to see them get time on the field he wants them to stay healthy. >> and i want to come out healthy. that's -- you can say all we want about the games but in the last couple of days they are nicked up. we have to worry about the best 46 degrees out there. that's the number one thing. and crisp of execution as can you get. but we will be mixing and matching based protecting them. >> not only are they home but the area high schools will be
and robert weiner will be playing on saturday night in mobile and they are going to take the bus to alabama for bonding. they will play a 2 a schooled ad named after bear bryant. >> they're big t is a traditional alabama florida matchup. the kids are bigger and bulk er. you know maybe move a little bit slower if that's the right word. but maybe a little bigger. our kids maybe a little sleeker. >> it is here. and 6:30. >> hillary clinton take as new ta against donald trump.
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worker clear away buildings brick by brick. tonight causing more damage they fear and causing more fear in italy. now one day after the earthquke leveled three towns, 250 people are believed to be dead. that number is expected to go up. rubble and debris. and a 6.2 magnitude earthquake changed everything after 3:30 a.m. for a second day the teams are racing digging through rub toll try to locate survivors helping to keep them going remain quick t note that a person was found alive 72 hours
in 29. and there are now lines looking for relatives add making identifications. one priest said he has no tears left to cry. >> among the members of my paris are many children, many youngsters and adults. people of every age, we don't have any tears left to cry. >> one long-time teacher was too emotiol what is left of what had been the local school. >> my students some i found, some i haven't. >> adding to the challenge and continuing after shocks and a 4.3 tremor that triggered dust clouds causing some buildings cracked in the zone to crumble. the after shock was one of 500 others that came in the hours
happening right now. that was just another tremor. >> the death toll is climbing now that a standoff with militants has come to an end. and 13 people have died and 7 students and one teacher. no group is claiming responsibility for the large scal in kabul but they are placing blame on pakistan for being a safe haven for the taliban. residents in indiana are cleaning up after a dozen tornadoes left a person dead and others hurt yesterday. it appears the area is kokomo. roofs are blown off homes, poles on the ground, cars are damaged. the indiana governor ande vic
right now hndiana. he toud today. >> we have to work hard to make sure the famils have the support and resources they need. >> a lot of homes that are without power. we hav had outreach from other we have some crews coming from communities that will offer he. >> and falling trees damage the power lines leaving people >> and a woman dies after falling 50 feet and in delaware that is horrible a 59-year-old s on a platform when she fell 35 feet to the ground. the operator said the victim disconnected herself from the system. >> the staff basically takes you through how to hookup through the wires as yo go across the obstacles.
to you to make sure that you are hooked up safely. >> police are investigating what happened but the attraction released a statement saying their thoughts and prayer goes out to her family and friends and those who were on the course with her at the time. from the start, donald trump has built his campaign on prejudice and paranoia. he isaking hate groups mainstream and helping a string take over the republican party. hillary clinton is going on the offensive on the campaign trail. she is trying to link trump to the kkk. as lauren blanchard reports, trump did not let her finish the remarks before striking back. >> reporter: the gloves are off as hillary clinton and donald trump trade barbs on who is worse forinities.
right supremecists. >> she took that same message to a rally in nevada. >> donald trump has built his campaign on prejudice and paranoia. he is taking hate groups mainstream. >> reporter: donald trump cuntering by blastingan his acc, the oldest play in the she lies. she smear and she paints decent americans -- you -- as racists. >> reporter: today trump meeting with the operatives to pull together a plan to reach young and minority voters. >> i had great relationships with the african-american community and now i made it a focal point. outside of trump tower was
wall, the next day, we cannot take him seriously. neither can the people that support him. >> reporter: in the latest national poll, hillary clinton leads donald trump by 10 points. she is now polling above 50% n washington, lauren blanchard. wildfires are burning in three western states. one in a park and one in eastern idaho. e fire is expanding, fcing people from this is more than 70 square miles burd yesterday. a number of buildings damaged. the other fires in the yellowstone and grand teton parks in wyoming. look at the flames. this is grand teton. the lightning started this one last month. four are right now burning in yellowstone, the largest one is 42 square miles. the fires are being allowedo
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had the standing desks, they did not sta the entire time. their dmi dropped by 3%. those in the standard classes which had regular desks the dmi increased by 2%. there was a 5% span or difference between those who sat at the desk versus those who sat at a traditional desk. now, some of the things about the study were interesting,, soe of the kids used aryeth saw some benefit. there was a thing i was createthdesks he ae person w patent. he was involved in the study. over time we'll have to see it repeated but it makes sense. what they said they were elementary school, 3rd and 4th graders. as they are older they sit longer it be even better for
changing gears now, there is surprising news abouthe baby simulators who want to ed his study found that the girls that got the simulators had an increased amount of teen pregnancies and abortions unfortunately, they took the kids, they gave them simulators others got the educational type is that those who got the babies they foundbo a% teen pregnancy rate in those and who didn't get the baby as 4% and when they lke at abortn as 9% ithose and the simulator as 6% in those who did not. so, we cannott was t babies or having the simulators that caused them to get preant but it gives you pause. these are meant to discourage them from having a baby they cry
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and 6, 7 years. 500% nearly $400. stocks taking a bit of a drop here today. and have you noticednsurance rates going up. >> it is because the cost of gas has gone down our consumer reporter is here with a little more on what is going on. >> normally you love that, right. we told you how this meant more driving t accidents so insurers have raised rates. you were thinking william. it may be using this and they're jumping on it as an opportunity. >> there are new numbers a traffic fatality they were up in the first six months compared to the same period last year. and a surge in deaths that started two years ago as the economy improved and travel picked up.
council. were killed on the u.s. roads last year making it the deadliest driving yearince 2008 when 37,000 were killed. 2.2 million people were hurt as well in the first half of the year. the council estimates that the costs of the deaths and injuries is $205 billion. that the rate the deaths could exceed 40,000 this year. that's the first time in nine years. us we're not focused on what we need to do to be safer. we lag behind the rest of the countries in the world when it comes to improving our safety regarding crashes f we looked at another mode this is unacceptable. losing 100 people every day is the equal of having a airliner crash twice a week in the united
why are we s complacent aut the d ogers the highway. >> there is a connection between increasing speed limits which a number of states have done and thisen fatalities. in 2014, florida raisedhe limito 75 miles per hour op >>other headlines how would you like to be helped by a robot at a store? >> and play >> and that's cute, right. >> and it is designed to entertain them at stores and to answer questions such as where to find the restroom powered by a battery. and they are cameras. and sense when a cusmer is happy or sad. the latest in the evolution to engage with people.
at shopping centers as well. and maybe you heard about drones. it is delivering food, mail and it is locked up so no one can steal the contents. and apps to tck it and unlock it. i wondered why doesn't it run into things but with the motion sensing and gps, it can get >> and on the streete have seen some places. >> yes. they're out and about. >> we'll beep it.e robots. >> what if you to hide the emotions. >> the robot says what's wrong? [ laughter ] >> that will happen. >> that is crazy. >> too much to int interaction we'll see. they're coming.
know you have been busy tracking the tropics; i never spent so much time tracking something that is not much at all but a spin on the satellite but any time, excuse me, i'm coughing, heimlich, please. >> moving to the west and the northwest and then we'll see if itntensifies as it moves to the state. here is a look outside on the beach camera. in the distance may have pirate ship action. i think so. a nice sun set. we have lost nearly over 30 minutes of daylight. even though the days are hot the one nice thing is that it gets dark earlier so it gets cooler earlier in the evening. the deep moisture has not moved to the south and southwest for the time being. this is a good storm activity moving west of manatee and sarasota county.
there has not been much rain around the bay aa a few showers over sarasota as i speak. one went b another up stream. that should whip through, no issues here. deeper moisture by naples right now. we still have low 90s along the west coast. this much wind, we don't get muchf a sea breeze as all. during the afternoons you are talking mid-90s, upper 90s along the coast. the winds will stay from the east or the northeast f as we move to the southeast, here is the little kink. this is down by t turks and caicos. , the deepest activity over the dominican republic and haiti and jamaica getting some big storms. for now, there is nothing on top of the low you need storms to sit on top of the center to get the storm to intensify today.
the satellite than it did yesterday at this time. here is the model it is for the most part is shifting to the west. some kind of run off the west coast of the state. think anything near us would increase the rain coverage monday into tuesday. that probably will be the biggest impact from that. give the chance nothing develops. it is moving west northwest away one thing to watch for. the thing i'll watch for any sign of rapid development. that's when things could get dicey but for now i don't see that happening. and things are cranked up and approaching the state we have to watch. and for now we look okay. partly cloudy. 78 tonight. su and clouds storms moving from northeast to southwest and high in the 90s. on saturday. it is more of the same.
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group of young people from the tampa bay area had this summer. for 17 days they traveled to europe. visited rome, toured a concentration camp and theye in the pope's presence in poland. and for nearly 100 students at jesuit high school in tampa. tonight that what's right with taa bay. ?[music] ? >> the best trip of it was exciting. it was amazing. life changing. >> awesome, world day is a tri of faith that the pope started more than 30 years ago and gathers youth from catholics and christians from all over the world. it is a big festival of faith. >> it is a cool and rejuvenating. >> it is a transformational event. >> there was energy in the
the message of the pope, we should not be pilgrims of the coach be up and active and trying to preach the gospel of peoplend spread god's work. >> we went to auschwitz and visited the camps. ti it was silent and a rerent >> coming out of the trip, i was more focused where i need to go with my faith. >> when you get to day, i wanted to be a leader here, up lifting and lifts up your heart and gives you hope for the future. >> a great experience one i will never forget, i made a lot of friends, i'll be friends with them the rest of my day, it is more than a trip to europe, it is about real life, it is about faith and about these boys growing into young men.
do that every year, every three years, the next it will be in panama the pope always comes it is life changing. incredible they had that experience. >> what a great one for them. the news keeps on going. come into steak 'n shake for hand-dipped fall milk shakes. come into steak 'n shake for hand-dipped fall milk shakes at half- price... ...during half-price happier hour, weekdays, now two to five...
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