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((russell- a brazen bandit. not only did he >>russell: a brazen bandity. a search to find him. us hillary clinton and donald trump share aid stage last night. i'm in washington. we'll tell you what happened coming up. ? happy birthday? >>laura: remember that? an iconic piece of history. the chance to own the dress marilyn monroe wore while she was singin to the president in that moment and it is not cheap. and welcome to the 7:00 hour of
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>>russell: and i'm russell rhodes. first dave and the weather. good morning. >>dave: how about a 74-degree start? love that. dew point 69. north-northeast winds at six miles an hour. check the 7:00 a.m. temps around the area, still a couple of spots in the 60s. it really is a nice, nice start citrus county, hernando county, some 60s sneaking into pasco county as well. wesley chapel at 71. brandon at 72. and sarasota at 76. a lot of sunshine today, just a a very similar to yesterday. high temps also similar, getting back to the lower 90s. >>vanessa: all right. thanks. it's 7:01 right now and we have a couple of trouble spots. we have an update first here on a crash mentioned earlier out of pasco county affecting state road 52 near i-75. and now that we have more volumes on the roadway, we have a little bit better of an idea which direction this crash is. it's westbound and we're hearing that two lanes are going to be blocked so give yourself a couple of extra minutes
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pinellas county. this is a scene of an earlier crash. looks like that's completely cleared out. 275 southbound in the area of pinellas point drive. some congestion points for you. southbound 275 coming into the interchange from bearss, that will take you 23 minutes. southbound 75, bruce b downs to i-4, 15. >>laura: daring and dangerous. that's how police describe the man who ran over a jewelry store clerk while drive wag from driving away from a robbery. the thief got away. shayla reaves has the latest on these developments. good morning. >>reporter: good morning to you. right now the hillsborough county sheriff's office is asking anyone with any information to please come forward and share with you know. check out your screen. just a short time after this video was captured, everything changed for the worker who is pictured there, assisting one of the customers. now, this is video captured at
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jewelry at westfield brandon mall tuesday. a man asked to try on about $25,000 worth of jewelry but instead of handing over cash, he bolted. a worker chased the thief all the way to the parking lot and hopped onto the hood of the getaway car. the thieves took off, throwing the worker from the hood of the chevy. that worker is in the hospital in critical condition. >> intent, whether it was a good idea or not a good idea on doing what happened in this particular case, it's still a person out there trying to make a living, an honest living that got hurt by a criminal. >>reporter: now, mirage diamonds remained closed on wednesday and right now deputies are focused on finding the thief responsible for stealing all that expensive jewelry.
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and 30 years of age. vehicle has been described as a two-door, newer model chevy camaro last seen heading north on i-75. if you have any information on the whereabouts of that vehicle or any information about the thief responsible for this crime, you're urged to give the hillsborough county sheriff's office a call. back to you. >>laura: thank you. in tampa, there's now a $3,000 reward for help catching a thief who held up a hotel. he held up the hampton inn about he took monday -- money from the clerk. he wore a red mask over his face. if you do know who he is, call crime stoppers at 1-800-873-tips. polk county sheriff judd shows the media a picture of james ballone accused of molesting 2-year-old boys and showing the video to other children. he let two 6-year-old girls watch adult pornography.
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victims, too. he is in jail this morning. >>russell: about 7:05. congress doesn't seem to be in any hurry to fund the zika virus threat. bay area representative david joly an exception. he drove home the point while holding a jar of mosquitos from the floor of the house. >> this is the fear of floridians right here. it is not good enough to work on a compromise for months and months and months with no solution. the time for politics of sdmr ika is over. the politics of zika are garbage right now. >>russell: moet skeet owes in the jar came from a lab from u.c.f., all of them harmless. the president wants congress to approve nearly $2 billion to fight zika. republicans are only willing to approve a little over $1 billion. >>laura: hurricane hermine may be the most expensive storm to hit the pasco county.
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county leaders are thinking about buying out homeowners on the anclote river and turning the area into a park. that's the hope. that would prevent the type of damage we see right now. it may take a few more weeks before the county knows if federal assistance is on the way. >>russell: donald trump and hillary clinton cross past to discuss national security. the forum gave them a chance to tell voters why they would be -- each would be a better commander in chief. doug is in washington with more good morning. >>reporter: good morning. this is kind of a warmup to the actual presidential debate and at least gives us an idea as to how the candidates plan to attack one another >> what happened in mexico -- >> they weren't on the stage at the same time but they shared a goal, defensing. clinton faced questions about her email use, including one
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officer. >> how can you expect those such as myself who were and are entrusted in america's most sensitive information to have any confidence in your leadership as president when you clearly corrupted our national security? >> i did exactly what i should have done and i take it very seriously, always have, always will. >> trump would follow with an indictment of the military under president obama. >> i think under the leadership of barack obama and hillary clinton, the reduced to rubble. they have been reduced to a point where it's embarrassing for our country. >> and trump did say he would be open to penalizing immigrants that are in the military but he was unwilling to go into the plan to take down isis. >> she deletes 33,000 emails and that's after getting the subpoena from congress. if you do that in private business, you get thrown in
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defaming a gold star family, the family of captain conn, making it more difficult for us to have a coalition with muslim majority nations, that is not going to help us succeed in defeating isis and protecting our american homeland. >> and this forum comes as debate season is just about upon us. the first actual full fledged presidential debate is just about 2 1/2 weeks away. >>russell: it ought to be all right. hey, doug. thanks. we will see you later on. thank you. and listen t. turns out donald trump is very popular with active duty and retired military. he has a 19 point lead over hillary clinton with voters. 55% for him, 36% for her. the other 9% are voting for somebody else or they just have not decided yet. >>laura: neither candidate plans
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campaigning and advertising on that day. they're doing that out of respect to the victims. the attacks that day killed 3,000 people and hurt 6,000 others. most of them were inside the world trade center towers. >>russell: the man who flew the gyrocopter into washington, d.c. and landed on the capitol land, he's home in ruskin. he spent three months in federal prison for his protests against government corruption and he made it home in time for rnd birthday. he was not fond of the food in prison and one of his first meals after getting out, kfc. >>laura: $70,000 discovery. this very expensive rock. >>russell: and a woman makes a 911 call while someone is shooting at her. the clues she was able to give detectives about her killers. >>dave: 7:09. beautiful one coming our way. we have sunshine.
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will you? still 74 in tampa. 77 in st. petersburg. a lot of sunshine. today a few clouds mixed in this afternoon. just a 20% rain chance. highs back in the it was doggie destiny was mr. bonejangles expecting the perfect toy at an amazing price? but that's the beauty of a store full of surprises. you never know what you're gonna find, but you know you're gonna love it. 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
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>>dave: we all have a busy day ahead, right sf lots going on. i want you to stop and just look at this. does it get any prettier than this? laura moody, what do you think? >>laura: gorgeous. >>dave: what do you think? we live for one second and put it in perspective. you have a busy day but it looks like this to start off. okay. now go back to what you were doing. 71 in new tampa. brandon, sun city center at 72. palm harbor at 72. boy, the temperatures are sneaking down nice this morning, aren't they? upper 60s brooksville, dade city, bushnell. inverness and crystal river, you guys got 64 degrees this morning.
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day. bradenton, sarasota, venice, englewood in the mid 70s and inland locations in the low to mid 70s as well. for most of us, we're running about two to four degrees cooler than we were yesterday at this time. and don't think this is a trend because i do see the overnight lows plus the moisture coming back in over the next couple of days. you know, we'll take what we can gt and last week, you had the hurricane, moisture in the atmosphere and today, dew points in the upper 60s means it feels nice outside. the water vapor loop, we don't show it. we show it when it means something to the forecast. we don't just show it to show it but there's a lot of drier air not at the surface but just above the surface and that's what has been holding back the rain chances this week which i'm not complaining about since we still have plenty of water on the ground.
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activity down over south florida but i think today we're kind of looking at a very similar setup. 20% chance in tampa for rain. maybe 30% in sarasota of the not a big deal. gulf of mexico quiet as well with all the drier air in place. let's give you a quick update on the 2016 atlantic hurricane season. eight named storms. average is 12. right? so four hurricanes so far and one major hurricane so the there's a big tropical wave that came off the coast of africa. this one has a high chance for development over the course of the next few days. but it also has a high chance to turn west-northwest and head out into the middle of the atlantic. so when it does that, we know the chances of it making its way across toward the u.s. are pretty slim. so we'll keep an eye on it. you can, too, by heading to
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cluster of thunderstorms here east of the islands and that is really about it. so we're good. high temperatures today, back up to about 92 degrees. partly cloudy, hot, just a 20% rain chance as well. tonight 77 the overnight low. clear skies and mild and then tomorrow, 91 degrees again, hot, humid, with an isolated storm. boaters, get out and enjoy t. it's beautiful. east winds shifting to the north at 10 knots today. seas running two feet with a light temperature. next tide is the low tide at 1:58 this afternoon. gradually as the surface and mid level moisture increase, so do the rain chances. nothing outrageous. just back to 40% for sunday afternoon through wednesday afternoon. vanessa? >>vanessa: thanks. 7:16. drivers in the clearwater area just a heads up eastbound direction state road 580. we have a broke -- broken down vehicle blocking at least one
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direction so keep your eyes pealed for that. otherwise, i wouldn't expect too many delays. this crash with delays out of pasco, state road 52 at 75, still have those two westbound lanes blocked so extra time for that. we'll check out other major roadways and looks like we're pretty clear here northbound 275 coming up from the howard hour bridge, st. pete side to the interchange. just 15 minutes. eight minutes mlk to 275, i-4 westbound, selmon to fletcher, taking 75 >>russell: buying a piece of marilyn monroe memorabilia. the dress she wore while sanging happy birthday, mr. president. >> apple reveals its most controversial new iphone which some customers are calling a setback. i have the details coming up.
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long. one of the plane $ from a flight school. >>laura: police in phoenix, arizona are investigating a murder on the freeway. a woman that was shot during a chase, she was on the phone with 911 when the dispatcher heard the gunshots. the woman was able to tell the dispatcher about a pickup truck following her with a few people inside. not many other details. investigators do not have a motive. >>laura: another flight makes its american airlines, the carrier is flying to a pair of destinations in cuba right now. they'll add four more in the future. eventually there will be more than 100 daily flights to cuba from the u.s. and some from tampa. southwest will start offering that service by the end of the year. >>laura: someone travelling with drake is happy to have $3 million in stolen jewelry back. it was taken from his tour bus. 21-year-old suspect is in custody. police in phoenix, arizona are
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contract work with venues in the area. drake was there for a concert at the time. we're told the jewelry does not belong to him. >>russell: a man found an 18 ounce gold nugget and wants to sell it. you're thinking how much? some estimates put the price tag around $70,000. some think they can get more, maybe like $200,000 or $300,000. there's gold in them there hills. >>dave: i think -- i don't know why they get that much. the price of gold wouldn't -- doesn't matter. 64 degrees in crystal river. it's 67 in brooksville. 74 in tampa. 77 in st. petersburg. just in general, these temperatures real, real nice this morning. drier air aloft will hold back the rain chances to 20%. that's what we're looking at for the tampa area.
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we'll hold 20% to 30% going into the upcoming weekend so just a few isolated storms. otherwise, back up to the lower 90s, vanessa. >>vanessa: thank you. we'll check the bridges here. it's 7:24. we'll start off with a live look. this is the area east of the gandy bridge looking towards pinellas county. it looks quiet out there, i would say, for bridges and ideal travel times for you folks crossing the water here. five minutes just to get across the water using heading into tampa, there's a crash reported about the area where we see all these delays stem soing northbound 275 near kennedy but it's not blocking any travel lanes so plan for about 15 minutes across the water here and just 12 minutes representing a delay of about a minute or so over ideal conditions using the courtney campbell causeway. >>russell: punishment for lying. olympic swimmer, ryan lochte, finds out his fate.
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almost became tragic. good morning. >>reporter: good morning to you. a couple of law enforcement officers here in polk county are lucky to be alive after a shootout with a man who has a very violent criminal history. we'll talk about the details of the case and how this suspect is doing this morning as well. (vo) we went to hollywood to ask if america's favorites - burgers, tacos and chili thousands stepped into the jennie-o tasting booth to find out. with just one bite, they knew. now it's your turn to make the switch. 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
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(russell - we're following a news alert out of orlando... >>russell: news alert out of orlando. tourist murdered outside of a hotel on the city's popular i drive area. say a man with a gun approach aid couple in the parking lot of the wind ham orlando resort. the man with the gun tammied to rob the husband and the wife. well, during the struggle, the thief opened fire, killing the husband. the wife was not injured. deputies are searching. we'll continue to follow the
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fox 13 it's 7:28 right now and you know, you can't please everybody, even with a bunch of new features. the latest smart phone from apple still has its critics. some consumers just wish it had a head phone jack. >> we're so excited about iphone 7. it makes all the things every day so much better. >>reporter: apple unveils one of the most controversial iphones yet. they eliminate the jack. the iphone 7 will connect to blue tooth head phones but they're providing another option for those who are a bit worried. >> we know there are people in the world who do have some analog, old connected devices out there so we've also made this. it's an adaptor.
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7 plus as well. >>reporter: also they're providing an adaptor to the head phones that should satisfy users. >> it was a real risk. i think by including both things in the box, they'll neutralize the backlash there. >>reporter: many consumers are upset. their wired head phones may become obsolete. >> i have to buy an extra accessory to go with the $300 head phones that i already own. >>reporter: some consumers are accepting the change like they did when apple changed the power adaptor and many are excited. >> i feel like i always get used to the new upgrades they do so eventually, like everyone else, they'll get used to it. >>reporter: for all of you excited, preorders start friday and go on sale the following
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prices depending on the featuresment iphone 7 starts at 6:49 and goes as high as 8:49. iphone 7 plus starts at 7:69 and goes as high as 9:69 for the top model. expensive, huh? regarding these -- the lack of a head phone jack, now, when i go to the gym, i usually use my wireless head phones so i'm okay with this but what i r is you know -- do you ever wear the wireless head phones? there's a thing around your neck and that kind of drives me crazy. this one doesn't have a wire. they just hang down which may be cool, which might be cool. although it looks like they're going to fall out. >>laura: i don't know. you get frustrated with apple because no sooner than you get the 6 or the 6s, 7 comes out and your technology is obsolete. but i love apple.
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there. they get you. >>russell: we'll see. 7:32 almost. detectives in polk county are trying to figure out why someone shot at deputies. >>laura: those officers are okay. the gunman, however, is not. he is in the hospital right now. fox 13 alcides segui is at the sheriff's office with the latest developments and the strong words from sheriff judd. good morning. >>reporter: good morning to you. i can tell you this could have ended worse. according to the sheriff, the deputies, the l officers in polk county walked up to the car and couldn't see inside because of the dark, tinted windows. they have no idea the suspect was grabbing a gun and then started shooting at the officers there. they obviously returned fire, shooting him several times and he was rushed to the hospital and his condition is unknown. this was a traffic stop that happened at 7:00 here yesterday. sheriff judd is expected to release more information this morning, including what was inside of his car.
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to get that information confirmed. law enforcement officers pulled over 32-year-old francis perry and approached their car. perry shot at them. he was the only person in the car. officers returned fire, hitting him several times. the sheriff says officers immediately began c.p.r. and called for an ambulance. none of the officers were shot. investigateors believe perry had a large amount of drugs in the car and again, we're hoping to confirm that information this morning. sheriff judd says that perry is a known convicted, violent felon. history, including attempted second degree murder, fleeing to allude and possession of meth and get this. he was just released from prison five months ago. he was given a conditional release and absconded. there was a felony warrant out for his arrest at the time he was spotted. state attorney's office is investigating but again, a lot of unknowns this morning. did he have drugs in his car? why was he stopped in the first
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how are law enforcement officers doing this morning as well? so again, a lot of unknowns. we're hoping to get a lot of questions answered sometime this morning. we'll continue to follow it here on "good day." back to you. >>laura: thank you. attention, bargain hunters. there's an estate sale you might want to check out today. it's literally next door to tampa international airport. 5,000 block of north hisparity street. walter allen is here. here is the thing. there's a this family and a lot of things that are there, right? >>reporter: apparently there is. i was looking at the website for this estate sale and this family, they've been here since the 1800s here in the states and apparently the grandparents can be traced back to coming over from norway and then they've been living here and collecting a lot over the years and, you know, as it goes, some members of the family passed away and others moved out of the area so they're trying to get rid of
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20, 20, 40 foot shipping containers full of antiques and coins and pictures and all sorts of stuff. they're selling automobiles, there's so -- so let's talk to donny, justin. good morning to you. what are we looking for today? >> nothing in particular. just general stuff, collectible items and we on model cars and trains and air rifles and stuff like this, just the amount of stuff that's in here that's more than you can even look at in a day probably. >>walter: talk about the bb guns. if they go back to the 1950s, they could be a big collector's item. >> they could be something back in the 1950s. just make sure there's no bar codes on them, reproductions.
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going to stalk that a little bit, too. >>walter: now, if you -- roy, if you could pan to your right and you see all the people, the crowd is gathering here. this is like a real life american pickers. american is lining up and they got this little -- they have a look in their eye, laura. they have a look in their eye. i can tell, i can tell how competitive this is. so you guy vbz doing this for awhile. how competitive is it? >> very competitive. you can get people to run over you if they don't list. >>walter: why is that? >> you'll see an item that you want to get and all of a sudden, they'll want to grab it. i've been down on my hands and knees picking stuff out of tool box and people walk on you, sit on you. you have to be tough. >>walter: any tricks of the trade for doing this? >> buy as much as you can and sell as fast as you can. >>walter: can you buy it and turn around and sell it right away? >> oh, yeah.
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i've seen him buy trains, go over to the other man standing in line and sell it to him right there on the line. >>walter: of course, you have to keep the price of what you paid for it. >> i have to make a couple of dollars. >>walter: so the reason we're standing on the other side of this fence, it hasn't opened yet so coming up at 8:00, we'll scratch and sniff and see all things they have and hopefully find something really cool within my price range, of course. >>laura: listen. you have to want it search through that stuff. you just heard it from that guy. you can find some -- you can get a lot of money for this stuff and we report it all the time. these treasures, these pieces of art. i don't know. >>walter: sometimes people don't even know what they have and then they -- you know, you get it and there's like a painting behind a painting or something random. you just never know. so buy -- you heard it here first.
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>>laura: buy as much as you can. thank you, walter. >>russell: 7:38 just about. kaepernick plans to donate all the money from his jersey sales. a lot of people are buying that number seven jersey as a show of support for his protest over racial injustice. 49ers quarterback is not standing during the national anthem. his protest began about four weeks ago. a few other players may join that protest from the regular season starting this weekend. and team made sure that the player didn't get a chance to protest the national anthem. team owner of the spirit is a veteran who lost friends overseas in conflicts. he thinks protesting the national anthem is disrespectful. she began her protest earlier this week. she won the world cup and olympic gold medal for team u.s.a.
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tonight in new york against the yankees. although they did beat the orioles, avoiding the sweep yesterday at home. what a game. right? put on the rays, put the ray as head in the first inning with a solo home run, his ninth of the season. that extends the hitting streak to 11 games and watch this. this is why he's got it. look at that catch over in center field. he had to hustle to catch up with that ball. caught it on the warning track. you know, he wasn't done. he comes to bat in the fourth inning with the bases full. rays were down by two. he drove home two runs with a single to tie the game at five. rays went on to win 7-6 to snap a three-game losing streak. ryan lochte has been suspended from the sport for 10 months. that's his punishment for lying
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the truth was he tore a poster off the wall of a gas station. he admits lying was a big mistake. lochte has won 12 medals during his olympic career. six are gold. four time olympic gold medallist simone biles writing an autobiography. it tells the story of her e childhood struggles all the way to the role model she is today. the release date set for november 15. she is 19 years old. going to take a break from competition before deciding if they'll compete in the 2020 olympics in tokyo. we hope she does. 74 degrees. how is that for a beautiful pcture? from pinellas county all the way looking out toward the east coast, temperatures do get back to the 90s today and we'll talk
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>>dave: gorgeous sunshine this morning. polk county, it's nice temperaturewise, too. lower 70s in a lot of spots. you know, enjoy that. we know it's still going to be back in the 90s for later today. brilliant sunshine over downtown tampa. if you were with us earlier this hour, we showed you the sun coming up over downtown. tiny little orange thing. now look how bright and beautiful it is. our temps, 64.
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degrees in brooksville. 71 wesley chapel. tampa at 74. 77 in st. petersburg. lovely, lovely temperatures this morning and i know many people probably get outside and go, feels nice. i feel fall. hold on a second now. it's still september. we know it's going to continue to stay pretty hot in the afternoons for the next several weeks. at least another month until the cold front comes through here. lower 80sow florida and some very comfy lower 60s from gainesville up to the jacksonville area. northeast winds as high pressure sits to the north again today, but the limiting factor as it's been all week long is moisture in the mid levels of the atmosphere. it's not there. i mean, everything is just dry around the southeast and look at this mid level ridge. you can see everything going over and around it so the rain chances today, on the slim side
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maybe a little bit higher down towards sarasota and venice and fort myers. 30% or so like it was yesterday. if you picked up a shower yesterday, you have a shot today but for most of us, it's probably not going to happen until later in the weekend. you see how we start to get more moisture to stream in, in all levels of the atmosphere? that will trigger a few afternoon storms this weekend but again, you're talking about rain chance today, 20%. rain chance tomorrow, 30%. end of the nothing extreme, just slowly kind of bringing the rain chances back to normal. maybe 91, 92 in a few spots for today. others around 89 or 90. pretty seasonable september day overall temperaturewise. mostly clear tonight, 77 for the overnight low. a lot of spots that got in the 60s, you may be a little warmer tonight and then for tomorrow,
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will finish off the week with a 30% rain chance. light chop if you're boating today, seas running a couple of feet. mid 80s for water temperatures. that's solid. we had a high tide at 6:15 this morning. next tide is 2:00. that will be the low tide. next seven days, 40% will be the rain chance for us on sunday through wednesday. high temperatures run pretty close to normal. low temperatures, pretty close to normal. i like that. i like the seasonable stuff. that's good. >>va love it. love it. all right. thanks, dave. 7:47 right now. bradenton, we're seeing slowdowns northbound and southbound along u.s. 41. there's a crash reported with lane blockage, 57th avenue west, that intersection. and viewers reporting to me on twitter they're saying northbound lanes are completely blocked. also southbound so drivers can find some work arounds here. looks like you can find your best bet northbound by taking
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to the east, ninth street east. looking awfully slow here southbound 275 approaching the downtown interchange with i-4. from 75 in the pasco, hillsborough county line area, taking about 44 minutes. maybe extra time out the door if you have to take 275. i-4 westbound in the red but not unusual. 18 minutes i-75 to 275 and moderate congestion with a 13 minute drive southbound from fowler avenue to selmon. ? happy birthday, dear mr. president? >>russell: remember what skandal that was? that's from may 19, 1962. marilyn monroe singing a sultry rendition of happy birthday to president kennedy. it's famous.
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performances. that dress can be yours if the price is right. it's for sale. they'll accept bids on november 17. they think the skin tight dress will sell for about $3 million. famous designer made that dress. >>laura: it was nude color so it looked like -- to add to the scandal. >>russell: yeah. >>laura: not only the way she sake -- she sang but t w looked. i always enjoy watching a good, true story. >>russell: well, this weekend the untold story, and i didn't know there was an untold story until this movie came out about the emergency landing on the hudson river hits the box office. here's adam with a sneak peek at s
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sullenberger. it's into why he landed the damaged plane on the hudson river instead of returning to the nearby airport. >> simulation showed that you can make it back to the airport. >> not possible. >> it was a fascinating story and i didn't know that there was a conflict to it. so when it came up, it was presented to me as the idea for a movie, i thought, well, it was such an uplifting story, where is the conflict of it to give it a drama? >> this is brace for impact. >> sul enberger conducted during movie. >> it was important that he told the story as truly as he could, as accurately as he could and with the kind of respect we feel for the story ourselves. >>reporter: and after all of
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as ever. >> i'm not the best pilot in the world, but i think that day we were at our best and we found a way to do something that we had never done before and get it right the first time in 208 seconds. >> i don't feel like a hero. >>russell: i think you know you're a big deal when tom hanks plays you in a movie. >>laura: that's exactly right. >>russell: we've got breaking news and vanessa, let's open your mic. vanessa was the one who discovered this among u go ahead of the break the news. >>vanessa: it's all about the baseball news. so apparently we're learning from espn the mets are signing tim tebow to a minor league contract. thoughts? >>laura: minor league contract. >>vanessa: we expected the minor league contract. you have to start somewhere. >>dave: they have nothing to lose. season is almost over. what they'll do -- >>laura: there's applause. >>dave: they're assigning him to a fall ball team, probably in
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and then if he does well, then they'll invite him back to spring training. >>laura: and i admire him for making this move. it's brave. seeps like he wants to play sports. he's had opportunity to do other things and he hasn't gone there. >>russell: wouldn't it be something if he's a major league baseball player? >>laura: yes. >>russell: we love him around here. >>laura: we do and i hope it works for him. i think he deserves something he's got big in him. >>russell: he has greatness in him. >>laura: that's right. that's probably a better day to say it. >>vanessa: by the way, instructional league or arizona fall league. >>dave: and twitter is going crazy about this. >>russell: we have to get to charley. but thank you all for contributing. good morning, charley. >>charley: if you would like to change careers like tim tebow, how about becoming an animator? you can do that right here at
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you from west chase area of tampa this morning from elite animation academy. todd is here to tell us two locations. this whole thing kind of born out of the mind of a disney artist? >> yeah. we decided that there was going to be a school for kids. we want to really have kids learn the proper way to draw and there wasn't anything like this out there for kids and adults even we have coming to school now. we're teaching in here, tampa and orlando. >>charley: who is it mainly for? >> we've taught kids eight years and up. the sky is the limit as far as teaching children and adults. we also offer virtual classes, too, where we teach kids -- we've taught kids all over the world. >>charley: that's fantastic. is it an after school program? >> yes. we have an after school program during the week. it's two hour sessions, 4:30 to 6:30.
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after school and learn our program. >>charley: and ends up being a theater to a lot of different schools who love the fact students are coming into their program with this sort of foundation. >> yes. i just met with about five colleges over the last couple of weeks and they've all given me positive reviews about our program. >>charley: and how about adults? when are those classes available? >> we start this friday for school. >>charley: i love the idea. getting some ideas. doodling forever. i might as well start getting good at when we come back, we'll continue to explore elite animation academy. you've got to give them a hand. you have to give them a hand. they're pretty good at it. they're pretty good at it. stick around. - marco. - polo.
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