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viciously beaten with his own walker in broad daylight in st pete. the news begins in sixty seconds. pete. the news begins in sixty seconds. ? pete. the news begins in sixty seconds. amazing sleep stays with you all day and all night. sleep number beds adjust on both sides for your best sleep ever. don't miss the biggest sale of the year- all beds on sale with the queen c2 mattress only $599.99. know better sleep. only at a sleep number store. 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 least we
te. a return to common sense. 5:12:03-08then he threw me to the ground and he took my walker and started hitting me with the walker. a veteran attacked and violently beaten.. in a st pete walmart parking lot. you can help find the man responsible. 10pm cold-- 1527 "right now weve had 70 residtnal struturs 111 mobile hoems 5 buisness by either major or desstroyed " the storm damage numbers are in from citrus county.. and they're staggering.. hurricane hermine caused more than 50-million dollars in damage there. "we have seen four students, coming in, students from itt tech, requesting information." students are left looking for a new school...after i-t-t tech suddenly closes down all
(kelly/ good evening, i'm kelly ring.(mark) and i'm mark wilson. thanks for joining us. ((mark vo)) knocked down, beaten and robbed.a st. petersburg man was attacked -- in broad daylight -- in a walmart parking lot. tonight, police are trying to track down the person who did it. ((mark/boxes ))fox 13's haley hinds is live at the st. pete police department with the story. (haley remote)as if what happened wasn't ba
((mark/boxes )) thanks haley ((kelly vo )) new at 10 tonightawe're getting a better idea of the damage left behind by hurricane hermine a&. in citrus county. tonight we know - nearly two thousand homes were affecteda and it caused millions of dollars in damages. ((kelly/boxes)) fox 13's josh cascio is live in lecanto tonight - outside a disaster
polk county deputies are still looking for the man who killed another man during a sales transaction. polk deputies say blake fitez and with a man at this family dollar in lakeland sunday night. they were supposed to sell an undisclosed item-- they had advertised on a social media site. when the suspect showed up-- deputies say he snatched the item and ran. morrow jumped out of the car-- and announced he was armed. that's when deputies say the suspect pulled out his own gun-- and fired...shooting and killing morrow. sheriff grady judd says it's a frightening remind of the danger of selling anything to
00:03:30 when somebody is wanting to buy something from you at 9:45pm on a sunday night, be suspicious. runs:11 sheriff judd says if you do sell anything online, meet during the day...and ideally...inside your local law enforcement office. deputies are still searching for that suspect. ((mark nr2)) the race to the white house kicks into high gear -- and hillary clinton's first stop is tampa bay. ((mark vo )) she held a rally with supporters at u-s-f. and it comes at a time when clinton may be seeing her lead slip away. recent polls show donald trump now holding a small lead. clinton took several shots at the republican nominee today...calling him "unfit" and "unqualified." she also touched on a wide-range of topics...including jobs...national security...and the need for federal funding to fight zika. florida is expected to be a key battleground state...just as
former secretary addressed why the sunshine state is crucial to her campaign. "it's not just because it's always a hard-fought state. it's because florida shows all of the excitement, the dynamism, the opportunities as well as the challenges and problems that we have to face together." it's also likely no coincidence that clinton held her event at usf. millennials are expected to play a big part in this election. according to u-s census more voting-age millennials than baby boomers. at a big rally today in virginia beach... donald trump touted the support of dozens of retired military leaders. virginia is a state where many current and former military personnel live. trump is making a strong push for the veteran vote. he says under obama and clinton... the u-s is becoming a third world nation. during a roundtable today.... trump seemed to suggest the
this morning... trump released a list of 88 retired generals and admirals... including 18 with three or four stars who support him and oppose clinton. trump and clinton will have plenty of chances to exchange insults and attacks face-to-face. the first presidential debate is in 19 days. and the only vice-presidential debate will be a week after that. a judge awards the polk county sheriff's office custody of more than 175 animals seized from a rescue group. the 120 pigs... 40 chickens and more than a dozen cats... dogs... ducks and other wildlife were taken last month. they were seized from darlynn's darlins rescue. investigators say the rescue would often go days without feeding the animals. some of the animals were in such bad health... they either
will now try to find homes for the animals. new at ten... a man is accused of using a baby stroller to steal 18-hundred dollars worth of equipment from a sam ash store. tampa police say this man walked into the store on dale mabry highway north just after midnight on sunday. investigators say he was with a woman and a child. they say he went into the room where d-j equipment is kept. police say he put a pioneer mixer in the stroller walked out. if you know who he is, call crimestopers. ((mark 2sh)) countless students are suddenly without a school to attend this fall.. i-t-t tech closed its doors without warning.. leaving students scrambling to enroll somewhere else. it's fun... but boxing is also helping these parkinson's patients with their symptoms. dr. jo will explain how,
hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. bob kidder, owner, new england shirt company: this factory has been here since eighteen eighty-three. we have over sixty people here making shirts labled made in america. but donald trump's brand of shirts come from china, his suits from mexico, his
coats from india. trump's products have been made in twelve other countries because he says there's no place in america that he can make them. well there is.
donald trump facing new criticism - he appeared to mock a reporter with a disability. "you gotta
see this guy. 'uhhhh i don't know what i said, i don't remember.' he's going like 'i don't remember'." "putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. i don't want to sound too much like a chauvinist." "you have to be wealthy in order to be great. i'm sorry to say it." "he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured." of this advertising. ((kelly vo )) developing tonight. one if the largest for-profit colleges is closing its doors, leaving
bay scrambling to make new plans for the semester. i-t-t tech blamed the department of education for new rules that banned them from accepting students who get federal aid. ((kelly/boxes )) fox 13's evan axelbank is live at i-t-t tech's campus in tampa to explain how it is affecting students who were enrolled. evan? we were i-t-t will have t paid for cancelled classes. most federal loans will likely be forgiven, but students may be out of luck on private ones. ((kelly/boxes )) thanks
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(mark/ finally.. after 27 years .. a minnesota family has answers to what happened to their son. (kelly/ but today they had to listen to his killer describe in chilling detail what he did to the boy.. find out why that man is not facing murder charges, next. (mark / and.. a mystery surrounds the discovery of a folder flag on the side of the road..
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a cold, sad reality has settled over patty wetterling... who, for almost 27 years, held onto a small glimmer of hope -- that her son, jacob, would one day come home. she now knows... t minnesota courtroom today, a man long considered a person of interest in jacob's disappearance -- gave a sickening confession. chris cato joins us now with more... chris? mark, it's a confession that danny heinrich agreed to make as part of a plea deal... that guarantees the state won't charge him with jacob wetterling's abduction and murder. in exchange, he gave jacob's parents the one thing no one else could give them: the location of their son's body. jacob was 11 years old in 1989... when a masked man with
other boys near st. joseph, minnesota. the man took jacob... no one ever saw him again. investigators recently got a break in the case... when they re-tested d-n-a from the sexual assault case of a different boy... and found it matched 53-year old danny heinrich. last week, they raided his home and found child pornography. as part of a plea deal on the pornography charge -- a deal which jacob's parents agreed to -- heinrich showed investigators where he buried jacob -- and admittedn to molesting him and killing him. for patty wetterling, it's closure...
after jacob's disappearance, patty became a nationally known advocate for missing children... and championed a law named after jacob.. that requires states to maintain sex offender registries. as part of the plea deal, heinrich also confessed in court to sexually assaulting another boy. he won't be charged with that assault, either. he will be sentenced on the federal child pornography 21st... and will likely get 20 years in prison. kelly. still no resolution to the mystery of an american flag -- found neatly folded on the side of a highway in pinellas county. ted froberg found the flag on saturday... on the shoulder of an overpass on u-s 19 in clearwater. he believes it belongs to the family of a service member... because it's folded the same way casket flags are folded during graveside services for veterans... and it's the same
knows very well what this flag means to someone: "to me personally, i know the connection. it's almost spiritual. i - i remember when i was 11 years old, my father passed away and he was in the military and at his funeral such a flag was folded up and presented to my mother." hoping to find the rightful owner... ted posted photos of the flag on facebook, along with information on where he found it. shared almost 14-thousand times! this morning, a woman messaged him... saying she believes the flag is hers... her son died in combat in iraq. ted has called her and left messages... but so far, she has not responded. ((mark ots)) parking meters were once installed in downtown sarasota but taken out. now the city commission has voted to put them back up. ((mark vo )) this comes after several shop owners and homeowners voiced their opinion to ?not have the meters. they were once
complained they weren't user friendly. store owners now say the meters will discourage people from coming downtown. but the city says the meters will actually ?help the area. parking meters are needed in terms of turn over and to make sure accessibility is there and available for anyone" runs:09 the city commission and parking division will now begin to look at what kind of parking meters should be installed downtown. you can expect to see the new meters downtown in early 2017. they're fighting back...delivering a blow to a disease they refuse to lose to. new at ten tonight, doctor jo takes us inside a local gymthat is finding a way to knock out parkinson's disease- one uppercut at a
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coming up tonight at with a $1.99 medium macchiato or latte from 12:00 to 6:00 p.m. sip in the season today. america runs on dunkin'. 11... three people are dead after an old military chopper fell from the sky... this is a developing story out of brevard county... witnesses are describing what they saw. and a frightening encounter with an uber driver. what st. pete police say he did after dropping off two women at their home... fox 13 11 o'clock news. ((kelly 2sh)) a woman in texas says she's embarrassed -- after letting her car roll right into the water. ((mark vo )) there it is!! she's blaming the accident on a ?mouse in her car... she says the rodent brushed against her leg... after panicking -- she jumped out of her car... which rolled away.. and right into the bay. knapick says: "cars end up in bay for different reasons, this is just another one. why they happen? you know usually someone is of the car which rolled away, right into the bay.
for different reasons, this is just a different one, why they happen. usually someone is distracted or something happens in their car and the next thing you know, the car rolls off into the water because we're so close to the water at the edge of the park. >> the car is a mess, she was not hurt. her pride took a little bit of a hit. no word on whether the mouse may have survived. >> yeah, certainly was, my goodness. a big day for our local teams. the rays part way with the coach and the receiver. it was a great weekend for college football. we put together our top tackles from the weekend. mark, kelly, get the voting ballots out because you're going to be weighing in, ahead in sports. we can't wait, scott.
donald trump facing new criticism - he appeared to mock a reporter with a disability. i don't know what i said, i don't remember.' he's going like 'i don't remember'." "putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. i don't want to sound
too much like a chauvinist." "you have to be wealthy in order to be great. i'm sorry to say it." "he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured."
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us. from 500 million solar panels installed by the end of my first term, to precision manufacturing. we'll beat the competition and create new high wage jobs. we can do this, millions of jobs right here in america. that's my plan. there's a new piece of art on tampa's riverwalk.. that you can be a part of. ((mark 2sh)) and as fox13 there's a new piece of art that could be part of bigger things. >> look at this. the before i die wall is different every day.
at least three to four times a week. >>man: every other day. >>man: i can see that from way over there. i was like man, i wonder what's written on there. >>man: i thought i would put my remarks up. i want to make it until 100 years old. you see you have a lot of responses here. you get feedback from people on how they feel and they can express what they want to do and what they want to be. >>man: they have a few jokes up here. people travellin famous people. i figured i'd write something on there as well. just introduce myself to the world. the first thing i wrote down was my first daughter, couldn't think of anything else. who doesn't want to be introduced? show everything what they have, their talent and skill. what i did was a great idea. gives people themselves the chance to ask the question they
want to do before you die. we're supposed to be dreamers. reminders like this bring us back to the point. that's where we all need to go. >> well, there are more than one thousand of those walls around the world in 70 nations. >> it's pretty awesome. scott, take us through what a weekend so far. we're just getting started. >> absolutely. let's start with a little bit of baseball, just a few weeks left in the season. the rays felt for change. firing kenny after 7 seasons with the organization. chad is going to get the promotion. >>man: at the end of the day, we felt like it was time for a different voice in that chair and really to give our hitters someone new to speak to and to see if that is going to be something that could help us
firing your hitting coach. look at that. i guess it was the right move to make after all. that's a home run. not much production after that offensively for the rays. wheels coming off for jay in the fourth. first, the broken batch, double by jay jay, tough luck there, too. not tough luck here, bases loaded. grand slam, orioles baseman there, scoring six runs, rays fall behind, 11-2. the bucks made a move today to add more experience to the receiving corps to make room on a 53 man roster. they had to waive receiver evan spencer. having been his offensive coordinator in jacksonville in
when he had almost one thousand runs. he was cut by the texans over the weekend. here's our sunday line up coming up. the first game of the regular season, i'll be live in atlanta, bright and early for our first tail gate sunday of the year. you can catch the bucks and fa falcons right here on fox 13, a full day of fun and football. the first weekend of college football is already in the books. some great finishe really stood out to us was some of the great hits. come up with the biggest tackles of the weekend. it's up to you to decide which ones are the best. we're starting with tennessee -- you probably remember this one. at the end of the game, josh, the quarterback of tennessee drilled at the goal line. my goodness, coughs up the ball and a whole lungs full of oxygen. how about this one? this is off the field. and this is john hunter waiting
just running out of nowhere, kind of like a wwe move. finally, how about penn state and it's their kicker. watch joey julius, 5' 10, 260. that's your kicker coming through and laying some serious wood there. so there you go, those are the three choices. i know it's going to be a tough one to have to decide between. is it the tennessee quarterback, is it gng little truck racing -- >> i went to a wwe match last night and a nascar truck race drove out. i'm going truck race. >> i'm with the very first one. let me see. that hurt. that was pretty aggressive. >> um' going to throw the third ballot in here for the kicker from penn state because you don't ever see that. there we go.
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week. this is hurricane hermine in the gulf and all kinds of photos. folks, not the smartest thing to do, hang on the jets. i posted videos of people jumping in the water. i guess everyone is okay. certainly worthy of a fox 13 umbrella, we appreciate that. thanks that hermine is nice to see readings that were in the this is the first time i can remember that we were pretty much rain free, lots of sunshine, and temperatures were below 90s. that's a sign of the upcoming autumn season. brooksville hit 90. couple of showers in our southern counties, that rain is moving quickly to the west and south west and moving offshore
it won't much, it will be south of tampa bay with daytime highs back in the 90s. gas prices falling for the sixth straight day on tuesday. the national average cost for regular led is now $2.20 a gallon. drivers might want to use the extra savings to pay off their wheels. car lumps topping $1 trillion for the second straight the average new vehicle loan up to $30,000. there seems to be a positive prognosis for folks who get sick in the north star state. a new report saying minnesota, the state with the best health care getting high marks for things like overall practice and cost. with the nfl season kicking off this week, a new study shows that the bengals stadium is the cheapest stadium.
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? 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.
found after being gone for three years. they let their dog go outside but they never saw him again. they put signs up in their neighborhood with no luck and then a worker from an animal shelter said somebody found bruiser, a micro chip in the dog gave the shelter information about bruiser's owner. the family says they're so happy to get their dog back. >>man: it's really overwhelming to kind of have all the memories and to have him back in our arms, it's been awesome. >> nobody knows where bruiser has been all these years but he's healthy and home and that's all that matters. >> yet another micro chipping success story. it's not that expensive and can bring your dog or cat home. >> time now for the 11:00 news. >> right now at 11:00, a crime
burglars are targeting. >>woman: i didn't think it could happen that fast. i really didn't. i didn't think they could hit two cars that fast. >> those weren't the only cars they hit either. why victims say the gym is partly to blame. >>man: and then he grabbed me around the neck and started choking me, punching me in the side and head. >> a vicious attack on that army veteran. he was robbed in broad daylight and his attackers still on the loose. a tragic when a helicopter falls out of the sky. what witnesses saw moments before it came down. and we're starting tonight with that crime alert out of pinellas park where police were investigating four car break ins all within the past month at planet fitness off us 19. in each case, the victims had their car doors locked. we on hear of cases where the