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and how the state is to her campaign. >> it is not just a hard fought florida shows all the excitement that opportunities as well as the challenges. >> supporters say they know how credible the votes will be like in previous elections, here we are right in tampa. >> and clinton's first labor day spot is at according to the census, there are more voting age millennials than baby boomers. we'll be more involved. >> the speech covered tops from jobs -- >> we'll make the biggest investment in new jobs. >> reporter: -- to national security. >> we'll work with the allies,. >> reporter: to the lack of funding fight zika. >> i'll develop a fund to be available when emergencies occur. >> reporter: perhaps the most
and unqualified. >> were the attacks on his qualifications. he is unfit and totally unqualified to be president of the united states. it is fair to say that there are in polling numbers, clinton had a rough week. she is hearing questions and concerns surrounding her use of a private e-mail server as the secretary of state. and lib da is fair to say the questions are not going away any time soon. >> questions about her health, too. >> according to a cnn poll, d.o.t. is taking a lead 45-43%. trump held a town hall and tore into the failing va health care system. he said the administration has treated immigrants better than military vets. trump condemned to pull troops
rise of isis. >> they didn't have anything going, they are a power, we made them a power overnight. >> trump is making a return to florida and make a stop in pensacola on friday night. tens of thousands of student nos longer have a classroom as itt tech closes down all its campuses nationwide, including one here in tampa. itt tech is one of the largest tech colleges banerjee is here to show us why they caused and what the students can do. they have a lot of questions. >> this is connected to the crackdown on recruiting and accounting protects of for profit colleges. this is leaving questions like how do i finish my degrees and the student loans. >> i had one class left, one class to go. the future in question for
the department of education imposed sanctions against itt for providing grants and not providing adequate employment. and not granting aid put them out of business and students without a degree. >> the injustice there are five classmates that finished all t and on the transcript it will have incomplete for the last two years you had people that came here, had families, worked doubles on the w*erd so they could do their hours in the hospital. all the class work during the week. and they are out. >> the department of education has a team available to help 800-4-fedaid. there will be webinars.
what to do and how to transfer credits to get your degree. we have links with all that information for you. >> itt released a statement calling the sanctions unwarranted and a disregard for due process but the department of education said the oversight and regulations was necessary they were barely meeting standards. the chain had been in business for 50 years. >> linda driven by three brazen robbers in lakeland. they broke into a gunshot and stole dozens of weapons in a matter of minutes. anjuli davis is here why the sheriff said the owner is to blame. 36 stolen firearms will be on the street.
>> sounding off about a crime committed in just two minutes. >> three men broke into the gun store in lake and and took off with firearms before the deputies could ever arrive. >> there is no way they should have been able to arrive, break into that store and make off with 36 guns but the they left the scene in a browned extended cab truck didn't have to do much. they smashed in the windows and easily broke off old burglar bars. once inside the guns were out in the open. >> they were hanging on pegs on the walls in the store. others say they don't take those chances, for day to day use we have our cage and then we lock
thousands of dollars on highers the security to keep the bad guys at bay. we want to make it difficult. they did not keep the inventory stashed. now 36-quire warms will be in thei atf is offering a reward for information that leads to an arrest. >> and the man accused of stabbing a player said he was trying to protect himself. he is using the standard your ground defense but his lawyer said this is a problem getting the case to trial. gloria gomez has more on what happened in court and what the problem is. the defense is complaining a lot of witnesses are not showing up for depositions under oath.
investigators say he got into a fight outside of a ybor bar and stabbed a stormer usf player to death. but graham was in fear of his life that night and standing his ground. several players are not being available for depositions. that's really delaying the case. take a look. >> there that have not shown up for exception depositions. i have several dates and the director will produce them. >> reporter: it's not that they are not cooperating, it is that they have school, they have football practice but they will make themselves available for depositions in october. he is facing attempted murder charges.
to rest. services for master patrol officer fred arnold. he was diving in nevada near a world war ii bomber he had a heart attack. people packed the church to say goodbye. he served for 27 years and mentored teens in the explorer program. he was 48 years old. officials are damage left by hermine. parts of the area got a good deal of flooding and they are drying out. around 1200 homes suffered debris. people are asked to remove their debris for pickup. >> we asked people to take the furniture that's damaged. base boards whatever it is, get to the road's edge so we can assess to see furniture,
>> county officials say there will be no trash pickup in order to prevent long term damage. >> in pinellas county the mariner's cove park say they are frustrated. the rape made their places unbevable. and they went in to evacuate families. now they're back and facing new problems. >> we're trying to clean everything out. we're exhausted of mush right now neighbors are trying to figure out what is for dinner tonight. there was another problem that raw sewage was surging out of manhole covers. they are inspecting power at the park. still ahead, the free
where meters could be installed. even though the doctors said, well ivf is the only option we felt like theres has o be something else out there. >> adopting emweembryos. a new option for those suffering with infertility. donald trump facing new criticism - he appeared to mock a reporter with a disability.
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>> it was the uber ride. >> and she reported he assaulted -- asuddenlied her. >> they are continuing to investigate. drive electric week. >> and a green environment and they use solar power energy now they are working to bring awareness. they will hold an event and electrify the island. >> and we'll have vendors with installers. bikes. >> we have weeks. and we encourage them to talk
>> this event is free on saturday it is 10-3. that's a great idea you get to talk to people who have the experience not just the sales person. >> and like two weeks straight. >> and hope you had a good weekend. drier and a bit more north. you may have noticed hour humidity. it will not last long. the moisture will come back. and sharp gradient. you head south of tampa bay where last night by the way.
storm drop four inches of rain. >> and to arcadia to lake class yesterday. we'll watch that. it is relatively quiet. temperatures are in the 80s and the 90s. a east and northeast there is a difference from south to north. down by fort myers. over the ever grade grades and the air mass is dry. can you see it nicely on the water napier. all the red from about fort myers dry air to the south on the remnants of hermine.
pressure over the valley in the middle. dry air filters to the south. one nice thing, not many nice things about hermine. that's the only thing. the temperatures are in the upper 80s. nice to see no 90s. and dew points are still up there 68 it is not autumn like it is of 68 in the summer. trier in ocala. and where else they are in the mid70s. in the tropics. good news a lot of you when hermine was passing west of florida you were looking to africa and saw a big wave.
it was battling shear. a second wave this is out by the cape verdes islands. i looked at the models going out 10 to 14 days. and if this gets going the open waters and never bother lant. the peek of the season is september 10th. the hurricane hit >> this is newton. and very close to cabo and it will move over not to my mexicoo arizona where they will have flooding like tucson and phoenix and this is the mon son season. significant rain heading to the west. not bad. relative humidity and this is the weather where it is good in
not so much in the sun. east northeast. and dry air hermine is ton. weakening pressure off the coast line. we'll stay with dry air. tulsa is 97. chicago a 90. 88 in columbus, hoy. tonight we'll go mostly not bad. a low of 74, that's a bonus. tomorrow mostly sunny, hot, storms south of tampa bay. slightly better on thursday. mostly south of tampa bay and 91. and winds east-northeast.
heat and humidity and temperatures in the 90s. >> now to a happy anchor man. >> you stayed up. reprimanded a judge tells his side of the story. >> it was a rough day to stand there and accept the punishment. that's judge holder for going too far to help a veteran. he said he would do it over. his sentence stirred controversy. a former stanford swimmer out of jail after three months for raping an unconscious women. what he is doing at his parent's home in ohio. that's at 6:00. donald trump's poll vault. what is driving his rise in the
hillary clinton. and he is within three points of national polls. craig patrick has more. this is a bit of a reversal. >> but it's not surprising a look back on august 10th. she was 8 points up. they would be within three points. and three points separating them. we made that prediction it is a safe thing and based on history you will see a tightening around labor and the voters key in and bumps fade. that's what hillary clinton is dealing with. keep in mind she has kept a relatively low profile while donald trump has ramped it up. hillary clinton's e-mail problems have been pounding her. the latest release she didn't
that up by saying she had an interesting of the system when she entered the stated department t is one of several queens why the racist has fightenned. and be tied effectively by the end of the month. >> what do you expect to be the next turning -- turning point. >> and caring big events the debate which takes september 26th. this, think about the main case that hillary clinton has made. he is unfit and does not have the jump to be president. if he comes into the debates cool and tom and now pacing attention wait a minute i thought he was insaid, he looks sane so me that may continue to
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a return to common sense. they've come and gone and now they're coming back again.. parking meters in downtown sarasota. (linda) the city had them they have come and gone but they are back. parking meters. they are back in sarasota they are needed to bring more people to the area. but as kimberly kuizon reports, store owners feel they may keep people away. >> driving through downtown and
struggle. >> it is hard to find a spot the meeter maids are on you. >> you're nervous. >> it is private parking so. you know you are having trouble coming here. >> and the meters will solve handle aches. mark lie lions somehow they work. for accessibility it is there and available for anyone. >> but the city has tried this insolved to be taken out later. with store owners campaigning this were not alwayser friendly, make sure there are spaces open and you make the other the peripheral spaces available tots public. they tend to find those and park more quickly. a number of businesss would be -- businesses would be okay but they believe the shoppers will go to other stores where
parking meters work for business. >> if they are not city wide it says don't come downtown t we want at this time fair put them over at south side. >> this customer said parking is hurt enough. they can pay to park will send him elsewhere. new come for lunch i somewhere else. >> the meters will be installed next year. >> judge wants bills cosby to go to trail next tune. and he walked into court with help. they hope to have 13 cosby adducer's testify. he trucked and molested a woman at his home.
throughout out taken years ago. infertility is a struggle and traditional methods are not working. dr. jo has the story. >> the.coms said it is your only option we felt like there has to be something out there. >> after several failed pregnancys and surgery on her child were low. their beliefs ruled out ivf there is until they discovered embryo adoption. >> what if we gave birth to an adopted child. >> he responded by casing that's it, that's the answer. >> there are over 600,000
when the couples finish family building they can be frozen and given to science for research and donated. >> it is the actual adoption and the donor can select the family we're going through a process of qualifying that family based on the procedures, rules and regulations. >> it can appeal to many who child bird and less expensive. nationally ivf can be $20,000. adoption is around $17,000. as for success rate, each transfer has a 47% chance of success. the average for ivf in 2005 was
they created the embryos. such as age. >> and in most the family must complete a family book and adoption home study and receive clearance from the physician. >> you want to be in the best health. they have to agree before signing contracts, for michelle and weekd it was a what match. >> there was a love for the >> we knew this was, you know, this was the family that we were supposed to be accepted to. >> after 19 years of trying she gave birth to their daughter. >> it was amazing time stopped. >> that agency a donor family grists the remaining embryos.
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certificate for his full body. >> better him. >> yes. what do you think he is getting a record for? [ laughter ] >> what do you think. >> how far can he go. he got in for the fastest 50-meter walk on hands holding a football. and there is a >> a talent for, they have talents you don't dream of. >> check him out. he jumps like a horse. that's cass per the llama. the highest jumping llama. he could be a show jumper out there. that would freak out the other horses when he comes in. the owners and the paulest living dog. is right down the road there in
florida, and lizzie measures nearly 38 issues from the floor to the shoulder and she is 7 years old. that's getting up there. when she eats she does not have to. >> can you imagine the doingy door. the owner is getting his plaque. it is the great they have an edge on that. >> s owner throws the saddle on top of not the os. the bucs did not hit the practice field but pen to paper signing a new receiver. details coming up. after a weekend of great games the best for last.
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from the helicopter that crashed in the rural area. i want to give you a look at the scene now. that is what remains of a 1974 helicopter that was flown by a company that does defense contracts for the government and aerospace industries. it was around 1:45 this afternoon. witnesses say they saw the helicopter flying in what appeared to be making turns before the crash on to the ground. and a worker reported seeing the chopper crash hard after losing altitude at a rapid rate. >> it was about 500 feet. it came down harder it did not appear to be in distress.
investigators are now on the scene from the faa and the ntsb attempting to determine the house of the crash. the helicopter a 174 s-61 n is registered to aar corporation off aviation road. according to the web site. they're a leading provider of aviation services to the government and defense industries. the faa and ntsb ground. no caution has been given. >> thank you. and nowor forecast with paul dellegatto. and a little lock of aid autumn. fair weather clouds. high in tampa was the magic number of 92.
high hit 92. the morning low with the northeast wind a little bit cooler down to 74. if you are matching me north of tampa bay this morning it was not so bad. slightly less humidity. there are many days to come with highs in the 90s and the storms the nickest is south of tampa bay. see breeze which could ed were a shower or two. and then there are fast mosing showers from east to west. >> they should not last two long. we have 80s. 88 in lakeland and 89 in sarasota. 89 the dew point is 68.
good. east northeast winds at 6. high pressure dominates. and a prevailing east wind. buy friday everyone has a chance of storms. the moisture is being pushed south of us. you can see it in red. that indicates moisture. more summertime in the east. chicago is 90. bristol, tennessee 80. tools 93. tulsa 97. wesley chapel. same thing highs will top off in the low 90s.
it hangs around wednesday into thursday and then by the weekend everyone is back into the moisture. the forecast for tonight. clear and pleasant in the 70s. lets of sunshine. another hot day. hot and storms south of tampa bay. 91. and seas 2 feet a moderate shop. in the 90s. and we head into the weekend. full out for the rain. and struggling hitting fired after 7 seasons and he was surprised by the timing of the move with a month to go.
and matt duffy is gone as well. the shortstop will have surgery to repair his left food. probably this weekend. >> the issue goes back to a train but he will be in the lineup tonight facing the o's. so will evan longoria. good news here. struck by a pitch and fortunately the x-rays in his hand came back he is okay to take the mound. first pitch after 7:00. the seminoles got a bump in the new ap poll up to third. and how about last night.
and scoring and it was a turn around. >> and can you see here and ran for another 60. and cook with 200 all purpose yards. 35-34 victory. amazing come back. >> bleep, bleep, and i'll tell you that right now. >> show time has it on air. we challenged them. >> referring to the half time speech but should the credit go back to jameis winston. you will not want to miss his speech, he was at the game we have that coming up at 6:00. usf will try to go 2-0 under the said happy.
illinois. a loss in triple overtime. most teams will experience the most improvement from games 1 to 2. and even after rolling over towson. >> you will have mistakes and good plays and go back and assess it. we played very well. our young guys stepped in. they played well. thomas and dixon they played well. that is the first game. this just in bucs have added depth. signing cecil shorts. after one season with the texans. they have cut evan spencer all the other than the signing. they will return as preparations
full with matt ryan. jones and freeman and two of which the coach worked with. >> they have a big three and matt and julio. they have three really really fine football players. what they do in the running game fits him a lot. and a threat to score from anywhere on the field at time. and obviously on i'm very fond of matt ryan as a quarterback. those guys will be the guys we need to stop. >> this will be a big test out of the gates. live in atlanta. outsid of georgia dome. >> not bad. >> hot lan ta. still will be warm. >> thank you.
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made in twelve other countries because he says there's no place in america that he can make them. well there is. you know donald trump says he'll make america great again while
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good evening.. i'm kelly ring.(mark) and i'm mark wilson. thanks for joining us. ((mark--vo-)) developing tonight.. polk county deputies on the hunt for a murderer. someone shot and killed a lakeland man, during a meeting to sell something they discussed on social media. fox 13's anjuli davis is here with the chilling details just released . ((anjuli--mp)) this was supposed to be a routine sale. the seller met the buyer in a store parking lot-- and even, brought a friend. empty handed...and reeling