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teaching people about colon health. colon cancer the second leading cause of death for men and women. sadly, one in three adults is not getting tested. they are hoping this enormous colon will raise awareness for cancer screening. the inflatable colon, i'm not sure if i can get my kids to get in there. >> it prevention or early detection is so big. time for the 11 news. >> right now at 11, we are starting with this, a local mother outraged after her dater had to ask this. >> can i go to the nurse's office because i just got hit bay car. >> neither the driver or school did the right thing.
trying to hire a hit man to kill her ex-husband. she had a specific reason for wanting him gone. >> as soon as it rains, it's going to be in the house. >> evacuation orders are lifted. but the concerns are not. what flood victims are returning home to tonight. we are beginning with this story. it will leave a lot of you shakg a driver took off after hitting this nine-year-old girl. instead of being banged up and told her teachers what happened. but the school didn't adequately notify her or call police. we spoke to the girl and police. how is that nine-year-old girl doing? >> she's doing okay. scrapes and bruises. but this situation may seem
others. what would you do if you hit a child while driving. if the child says i'm okay, wah ywould you just drive off? kela won't be riding her skateboard for a while. she was riding to the elementary school when she was struck by a he was going to stop. he kept going. >> the man in a white mercedes paused at the stop sign. the next thing, the car slammed. >> i twisted like as fast as a tornado. >> pictures from her mom show cuts to her face and arms. her foot was swollen. the driver got out and said he
was okay. >> i said i was okay, i thought he was going to be mad or hurt me. >> he quickly hopped back in his benz and drove off, a decision police say isn't illegal, but not the best choice. >> i would err on the side of caution. let them come there and work things out. >> she did turn to her school for help. she went to telling them she was hit by a car and needed a nurse. they gave her a bag of ice, without calling police. what's upsetting to her mother this vague voice mail left on her phone failing to mention the accident. can you give us a call at [bleep]. this is regarding tekela.
injured and afraid to skateboard to school. >> i don't know if i want to do that ever again. >> reporter: i reached out to the school district asking why they didn't call police. despite being steps away from school, the child was not on school grounds. her mom has filed a report. the driver is described as a white male, blonde hair, driving a >> the mom's issue was that it was too vague and wasn't urgent enough? is that the issue? >> imagine thinking your child has a stomach ache and realizing she was hit by a car. a woman charged with trying to have her ex-husband killed. investigators say she wanted him
we are live in the news room. >> reporter: this was a may, december type reraiseship. he was 24 years younger. as you see, it started august 22 when deputies got a tip she was looking to have him killed. they agreed that she would pay him a thousand dollars to kill david. why did she want to do this? she wanted so she could get custody of the children. here she is this afternoon. the 35-year-old had nothing to say to reporters as she was loaded into a patrol car. she is charged with first degree solicitation of murder. deputies say when they arrested
we learned from court documents that david leahy asked for a divorce in 2011 because their marriage was broken. the documents said she did not agree with that, but went ahead with the divorce anyway. we learned she accused him of domestic violence in the past. the three children were placed in his custody. that's where they are now. new tonight, after a three month trial, three months, six people h conspiracy case. the charges include seven murders, attempted murder, drug distribution and kidnapping. they all lived in the st. petersburg areas and said to be gang members. from 2006 to 2014, these six men operated an elaborate drug
the most brazen attack was the murder of coleman. he was gunned down the dream center in front of hundreds of children and parents. these men were convicted of distributing drugs. they all face prison sentences of life in prison. remember the man who tried to land the lawn of the u.s. capitol, he was released. he says he pulled the stunt to call attention to big money and politics. some people were able to get back in their homes.
lifted. >> near bass lake some roads are still closed because of high water. people are just getting back to their homes. neighors in several communities are heading home for the first time in about a week. evacuation orders have been lifted in the areas affected most. but these people are not relaxing. they have massive amount ofs cleanup. surrounds many houses and is still collecting. at this mobile home park, pumps are working overtime as neighbors hope for a fix before the next storm. >> they say they are going to fix the problem. so we are just hope t hope they. >> damage has reached
officials except to get some type of federal aid, but they won't be sure for weeks. >> fema representatives will be in citrus county. they estimate hermine caused $1.8 million. that's above the $500,000 threshold. they will go street by street to e there. tampa stayed dry, one thing that the city did not escape, you will notice it as you try to drive down the road, those potholes. they always get worse after a storm. but city officials did point out one bit of silver lining. >> we saw a lot of flooded intersections. during this last tropical storm. many streets were closed off.
closed for a long period of time. >> you can measure the stats. the city repaired less than 30 a day. after last summer's storm, they had to fix 70 a day. coming up, a spacecraft won't see earth again for seven years. >> and lift-off. >> its mission, to chase down an asteroid and bring home a souvenir. and -- >> he's a bad man. and today he's a dead man. >> the sheriff offering no
>> the afternoon rain machine gets cranked up this 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."
an update to a story we we have hi update to a news alert. the man shot by deputies mass died. francis perry chose that fate by firing first at officers. perry had a long criminal history dating back to when he was ten >> there's what you see. there's the guy that chose to shoot it out with the detectives last night. when you live a life like this, ththen you are the one that decides your fate. the detectives kept saying roll down the windows, own the door, roll down the windows, show us
of the detectives. and, of course, they retreat, get a tactical stance and immediately start shooting into the vehicle at perry. as soon as the fight is over and perry quits shooting at us, we quit shooting at him. experienced detectives were in a gun fight for their life l >> no officers were injured. perry was hit five times. the detectives did cpr and called an ambulance. he died in surgery. those detectives are on paid leave. and lift-off. its seven year mission, to boldly go to the asteroid nebula
on the 50th anniversary of star trek's television debut. this involves scooping up parts of an asteroid. >> what nasa hopes to pull off is something scientists once thought was impossible. to rendezvous with an asteroid, touch it and bring a little bit all to answer how we came to be. >> they are about where did we come from where does life spring forth on these planets that were barren and challenging. >> on the launch pad, they sit on top of a rocket. blast-off will begin a $4 billion journey and back.
this $800 million mission will take two years. after two years of mapping it, it will slowly descend on the surface, touch it for a 5 second high five, and blast it. then capture those in an air filter and finally deliver them to earth landing in the utah desert in 60 grams of pristine material. once we have that, we got it. it's getting ready to come home. >> reporter: scientists believe it's a dark black chunk of carbon rock. it is also a potentially hazardous asteroid with a threat
this is what it looks like, 4-tablespoons. it could be enough to prove there is a little asteroid in the chemical building blocks in all of us. the east wind cranked up. areas along the coast. you can see it motion on the time lapse. clouds moving from east to west. notice how flat the gulf is. last week at this time rough out in the gulf as the approach of hermine to the west. showers continue to move along. we saw late day showers. it was fairly wet. most of the after noon and evening were dry. showers developed in manatee. now that rain is pretty much
up. even in tampa bay we'll see showers and thundershowers late in the day, not that much as you head north. tomorrow it creeps up the coast and rain coverage about 30%. heat on again today. low 90s around tampa bay. you can tell which way the wind was blowing today. just by looking at temperatures. you have upper 80s on the east coast. low to mid 90s o coast. the east winds are a cooling wind. moves across land. we got thro low to mid 90s. tomorrow is the last day when average high is 90. the average high drops to 89. saturday is the unofficial peak of the hurricane season. also ramping down, should be
the average high is 89. low 75. one month later, 86 and 70. a month after that, 79 and 61. and then 73 for a high and 55 for the average low. i have to throw in that last november, december was nothing like this. we had a long stretch of 83 to 88s. the first, a wave northeast of the lesser antilles. doesn't look like much. the second one will develop, but this one will most likely stay in the open atlantic. the long range models have a hurricane in five to seven days with no threat to land. maybe bermuda, that's about it.
the back to summertime levels today, showers moving quickly to the east, high pressure dominates up over the panhandle. the l on the map near nantucket, that's the leftovers of her main which still spin off the northeast coast. 85 in new york and 83 in tampa. columbus, ohio 77. steam bath upnd coast. a few afternoon storms. tampa bay south mostly. same thing on saturday with afternoon storms and 92. next week, the summer rainy season still here. we'll go with temperatures in the low 90s. nighttime lows in the low 70s. well, you have seen the video, a woman sets a car on fire.
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lighting on fire what she thought was her boyfriend's car. only problem is it wasn't his car. the woman's name is carmen shambley. we caught up with her friend. she called it shocking. >> it needed to happen to her, if it didn't, she would be somewhere hopefully this helps her be a better person. >> why did carmen set that cash on fire? police say she was mad at her x. she mashed the windshield. she got blood on the car and she burned it to get rid of the dna evidence. new at 11, it's hard to stay on a diet in tampa.
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