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flooded. good evening, welcome to this friday, i'm mark wilson. >> and bats. hundreds are turning into a nightmare for high school. they are making a mess and they say it is time to go. how much, dan. >> and big indeed and $13,000 t is a concern they want the bats gone. >> ought for the day. i' not comfortable with the
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the building near the polk school district. and other classes are unusable and crews work to remove the animals and clean. >> and julian green is forced to have class in a quiet life braerry. , they carry rabies and they are everywhere. >> there is mush all over. and the and there is bacteria and and that is airborne, there are some things that are possible. >> and they are not near where they are working. >> and there was a screen area. >> and contraptions like this
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once they fly away the process starts and the student they hope it is soon. >> i want them out as soon as possible. >> now, this is the third bat infestation here this year alone. officials say that they brought in the pros. when will they get the classroom back, have they said? >> this is process. we'll see, we want to welcome to you the fox 13 family he comes from west virginia. we're glad that you're here. tonight, a largo woman is accused of stealing more than $90,000 from an elderly man. they she bee friended him when he sought help from the law firm
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smith convinced him to pay her large amounts of money for her clerical work. she gained access to his financial accounts and the family called investigators after finding inconsistency in his financial estate after he died. a manatee woman wanted her husband dead. shes with arrested she put a hit out. she could get custody be a sex slave. the bottom line was she wanted
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carry that out. >> this goes on to say and she did not identify the person but said he was holding on to money. if she bonds out she has to wear a ankle monitoring bracelet. he was in trouble until he landed at the a treatment facility. it came at a price not for him bu he is back in facing a new judge. how did this go. >> it went well. clay alred turned his life around the judge noticed it. >> reporter: for the defendant, what a difference a couple of years make. >> good work, he is a straight a student at a college in jacksonville and on his way to a new career. >> i tried to from the start to take what happened to me and
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on. >> it has not been easy. he got arrested with weapons in 2014 after firing a gun outside of a store. and video showed him urinating at a check out counter. the veteran who served in iraq and afghanistan pleaded no con fest in the veterans treatment court, your control is terminated are you now on what we call straight probation. >> the judge gregory holder tried to help him get on his feet by hoping it would help him get readmitted to usf to finish his degree and pleading with the trustees who would not budge. actions that later got him in hot water with the state court. >> and we reprimand you for your conduct, he said the supreme court guidelines encourage judges to be advocates for veterans in treatment court but accepts it and believes that the scolding was worth it, these are
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who are what battered and broke. now a new judge is overseeing his progress. they hope to end the probation by the spring. >> after that his life is his. a retired army colonel who is his mentor in court says his come back is a testament to the program. >> it brings pride to see him advance and do so well right now in school where he has been on his >> he is back in court in march and we will follow it as well. back to you, glad he is doing well. >> yes. a week after hurricane hermine, parts of pasco are still under water and a lot of the communities are starting to clean up, believe it or not. crews will collect debris next week. and that's one of the hardest hit areas. how are people handling things
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>> this is a voluntary evacuation. there are some who are able to do this and drag some bags out to the curb side. some are getting back home and getting that process underway. officials hope to get things back to normal as quickly as possible. >> and water was up over this. >> and it by the time i noticed it was in the house, the bathroom, half my bedroom. >> he is dealing with damage but when he looks at the end of the block and sees homes flooded, i could not imagine, i'm happy that i didn't have it but i'm just feel body it happened to their houses. >> this is an unfortunate summer tradition. >> water rushes in this year from hermine and then takes weeks to recede and now the
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and volunteer evacuation order. >> the hardest part is seeing everyone, especially that lives back in the far back over there, to see what they have to go through being flooded out. the clean up is never easy. the director is promising the process will be quicker and smoother this year than in 2015. >> the longer a community waits to get back the more people will move out of the community. what they are doing and they know how to respond. i want to live there because i feel safe. >> fema will tour and homeowners need to bank on their insurer for help not the government. fema pays out 6000 per home. fema will not hand out debit cards and things like that. those days are over. >> in bass lake, they hope that the storms are over.
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>> i have taken some precautions to keep it from happening again. >> and kevin guthrie said a declaration would do more for the county than it would for homeowners and allow pasco to be eligible for recovery grants and that kind of money would allow them to do some repairs. and buy homes to destroy them or elevate them so they would be they need that for sure. >> thank you, aaron. this weekend the boat show is taking over the convention center a look at what is on display. we have the summer feel. temperatures back into the 90s. more tropical today, too. the build up of clouds in the
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luxury yacht and this has never been here. >> power yacht. what is this. >> we're on a sale boat. it is a green and relaxing sport. >> you have the option of this or you know a big power yacht. why take slower. what is it. >> when are you sailing you don't have to go anywhere. >> you mentioned that this experience could be smother than a yacht. the center of gravity lower so the journey may be more relaxing. >> yes. they are a much more stable in than general boats. in the past to go on something
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the guys on here just to get the sales up and pull the mast up. >> can you take this out f is good to have a person docking. >> so, the boat we're on now cost how much. >> 500,000. and not everyone can afford the 48-foot $500,000 sailboat. if you >> our club is available and 500-dollar as month a boat and use it and be confident and competent in sailing. >> see if that lifestyle is for you. >> absolutely. >> check out murray yacht sales and the boats, some of the others all weekend long at 10 to 8 and 10-6. 12-dollars if are you younger
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and and reporting from tampa, we have not seen him. >> i know where you will be. >> and he is getting a boat for the fox 13 weather center. >> that is something. he is working the last set in 1948. and today and increase in moisture and it was enough to produce the showers, remember the past couple of days. today the moisture is increased
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move in. and there is rain. and pretty good. and football games around and not only alert you but any lightning in the area that can be life saving out and about. and available. and that is raining again. that is moving to the west southwest and that is about it. the almanac. check out 95 the high. that's smoking hot. tied the record of 95 we're in
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it makes sense we have the first week in september. here is one here. and one here. and and a tropical storm and you it is of all things there has been a environmental. and if it a spin that marks the spot. , this is a naked swirl can you see that here. >> and and they are cheering
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the keys. it could be a depression. it will not and 30% chance late day and summer weather continues for us. 92. and they are from the west and the southwest a lot of motels are wet. next week. high pressure dominates. nice in chicago.
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just the prevailing. we'll see the storms. and 40% going to the west. coming up at and 92. and partly cloudy. and 90s for highs. lows as i said rain chances. >> paul i tell you a new start for the bucs. the plan is in the hands of dirk koetter now.
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confident they are. heading into the atlanta. getting to matt ryan is a key this sunday. the front four ready to turn up the heat? let's check in with that next. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. he wears it like a crown. "make america great again". but trump made his shirts in bangladesh. his ties in china. and his suits in mexico.
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so don't believe the hat. you can't make america great again, if you don't make things in america. (vo) we went to hollywood to ask if america's favorites - burgers, tacos and chili could taste just as great made with turkey. thousands stepped into the jennie-o tasting booth
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with just one bite, they knew.
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bucs center joe hawley is joe holly is another fall falcon returning to face his team. he did that since being cut. dirk koetter announced he will be in the starting lineup. he was released by the falcons and has been a great' dishon to the front 5 since reuniting. you wonder why he they got rid of them. the and talking about matt ryan. jones and freeman. all dangerous weapons for at lan that that the defense will have to find a way to contain. they have their own triple threat. >> when you look to the other field the other side of the field and our mike and you look across the way are you like
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and freeman and a mutant over there, you know. julio. they are as good as it gets. >> should be good. >> the gm jason licht is looking for a winning season since joining the team. he spent the last few years building up. and defense last year this past year and despite a young the bucs feel better heading into the season than in previous years. >> it there is a calmness more from a confidence level hoy. i feel confident. dirk is confident as our head coach. i know they are confident. we're confident we'll be a better team and show progress
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it starts with week one. and kick off the nfl season on sunday with tailgate sunday. live in atlanta. we'll be in the pseudoto bring you the latest on the bucs as they get ready for the opener against the falcons a double header at 1:00. at 425. the giants at the cowboys. tyler austin is one that the rays would like to see out of the lineup. he made a as month ago. homered in the first at bat. last night he gave the rays a little more headache. it ruined what was a big night for the rays. tide the game at 4. and in the sixth. the bottom of the ninth here is the kid. walk off win of. austin the third a homer.
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>> you have to watch this. >> look at the reaction this this. this is beatrice this is her first taste of cotton candy, overwhelmed by the rush of sugar or watching her mariners beat up the rangers. a big man -- a big fan. >> how about the first taste -- that looked good. >> i hav have seen you in the newsroom, she was with her dad. i don't think mom was there. >> i think that was her dad. >> just a taste. thank you.
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marco? 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.
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we're just about two months away from election day.. and republican party officials in florida are likietrump's chances.. at winning the state. the party chairman.. saying the ?tie between trump and clinton
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numbers.. doesn't tell the whole story.. the poll numbers does not tell the story. how likely is a victory so far. craig is here. what do you think about this. 5050. it is a where the republican party chairman is going with this. the point is that he believes that a certain group of people unlikely to be counted are going to go off the battle and cast their vote for donald trump and with that he thinks that the advantage is based on history the past two elections a ground game i may have qualmed with the premise. this is his argument. is. >> there is a vote that is not being counted accurately when we poll we poll likely voters. those people do not show up in the likely category. so i think that the polling is -- it may be off by about a
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>> keep in mind florida can swing more than a point and a half through the course of a week. we have seen that time and time again, i can tell you our polling throughout the primary season has been recognized among the most accurate of more than 90% the polling has shown that it is tight. the last poll showed hillary clinton up that is right on spot. we're going to map out the winners or to the battle of florida and turn and we have a lot of ground to cover. money, power and politics. it is coming back to the debates. >> they are turning points they are you have three of them four if you count the vice presidential debate and with this the poll numbers more than a point and a half. certainly in the state of florida and it tends to set if not follow the trends. >> we'll see you.
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here the first ballots of the general election are cast voting are in carolina. the vote will count as the race tightens. joel waldman has more from washington. >> after a difficult august with the gaffes and the it appears donald trump is narrowing the gap between hillary clinton particularly in key swing states but the weeks has been pushing policy over fights is still facing an up hill battle. >> he has a move on the appeal. the numbers are low. he has to make that up. >> a new poll shows that the trump is leading in ohio tied with hillary clinton in florida. the democratic nominee is ahead by digits in pennsylvania and north carolina. with a margin plating trump
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generals supporting the campaign as the businessman turned candidate. it performed the fifth test. the fourth since hillary clinton was the secretary of state. it is one more massive failure from a failed state. >> and hillary clinton with the leaders on her side meeting with a bipartisan group of experts on issues in terrorism in new york city. , she is being urged by the vice president joe biden to be more open and plans to visit the memorial on the 15th anniversary. joel waldman. >> and thank you very much. the secretary-general is visiting turkey as it continues
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and the no-fly zone and they say they will allow refugees to return home and syrians to be trained as a force against isis. >> the nato secretary-general said it would require a security council vote. as the fighters are key here to the defeating isis there on the ground. >> the reason why i'm underlining the importance of training the forces in the long run and the forces enabling them to fight and leaving them to instead of nato many ploying combat operations. >> other officials are touring the region now. earlier this week he met with the leaders in the country of georgia. today he met with turkey's prime minister. >> a gray threat to peace and stability.
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the president released a statement today condemning the test along with other world leaders. the test triggered a meeting of the u.n. security council. and we have the story tonight. >> strongly condemning the nuclear test powerful enough to register as a 5.3 magnitude earthquake on thursday. governments and the u.s. and china the north's most important ally are united in the opposition. still, they fifth and largest new york test a success saying the country is now mastered thiblety to put a warhead on a missile n response washington says the u.s. will never accept north korea being a new york state and sanctions are being considered against the country. , we're aware that it will seek to develop the program and we'reit communitied along with the international partners to
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>> an emergency meeting of the u.n. security council was convened on friday to discuss a response and punishment. meantime the pentagon has joined japan in ordering military aircraft to the region to collect the air samples for tests, we will not stop the efforts with the international partners to increase the pressure on the very owe opaque regime in reaction to access. a north can put a nuclear weapon on a warhead it is not seeing it demonstrate the capability however the u.s. says an assessment is being made at tis point they take them quote at their word.
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recover a ?car.. dangling off the side of a garage in downtown austin.. officials say someone ?was officials say somebody was and 2:30 central time and the car is empty thank goodness. not clear how that person got out. one of the wires from the garage wrapped around the we'll and got stuck a few stories up. several people are already in the hospital badly injured in a plane crash in arizona. >> this is the scene here. it is not good. and the nose went down it is after take off.
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said to be in life threatening condition. they remain on close watch. >> details on the terrible water slide accident that led to the death of a boy in kansas. investigators say that inspection report on the world's largest water slide revealed a lack of government oversight on that ride. the department of labor overseas all the amusement rides in the state and the department surrendered one state and it comes two years after that ride opened. the ten-year-old was decapitated on that ride back in august. a drop on wall street as traders grew and interest rates may be heading higher. and the dow sank 394 and nasdaq fell 133. s&p off 53. still to come tonight a look at how cities across the nation are remembering 9-11.
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procession to the department memorial. jay johnson visiting lower manhattan to commemorate the return to the world world trade center. >> if we refuse to be terrorized. >> the attacks commemorating around washington, dc as well. defense officials looking back with the ceremony were nearly 200 people were killed. they will never forget the >> a ceremony on the capital steps. >> with a light from above. >> the attorney-general dedicating a plaque for the survivor tree planted at the justice department on last year's anniversary. we are standing against those and the people. and on its path.
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the weapon to cure cancer could be inside our own and inside the bodies. and a game changer, we hope so. >> they are debating to fund fight. and they are taking matters in their own hands. >> in hard hit miami aerial insecticides combat the mosquitoes underway in miami beach. a plane carrying it over before dawn today n tampa the healthy start coalition is getting information from the department of health on working with pregnant women throughout the
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>> make sure anyone you talk to pregnant women are educated they know it is signs and symptoms and make sure they are talking to their prenatal provider about the infection. 56 people have zika in florida and 84 pregnant women have been infected locally through travel to zika prone countries. >> and an engineer for vw has pleaded guilty the emission cheating scandal. james robert language entered the flee ment he was indicted to commit wire fraud and violating the clean air actment he helped design the computer software the automaker used to cheat on emissions tests. time now for a look at your headlines tonight.
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selling out in days of hitting the web. the empire star revealing that her mother tried to purchase some online and shut out. that's success. ?[music] ? from way back where. >> drake's one dance as the song of the summer. the song played over 2 billion times. and can't stop the feeling was right there very close second. >> and those are both great song reopen in time fors weekend. the park closed in the interest because of flooding and standing water from hurricane hermine. that's gone now and pinellas said it will be open tomorrow to enjoy the sun, 8 p.m. >> the heat -- the heat is back. lighter humidity but not today. >> it is hot. >> a nice job with the entertainment news, i like
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tmzish a back up plan for sure. let's look outside. 95. 95 was the high in tampa. and good looking sky amazing how quickly we're losing daylight in the evening. i mean sun set now is about 45, 50 minutes earlier than it was in june. that will lead to cooler nights but not tonight. we're 90. clouds are moving rapidly from east to contained a couple of fast moving showers but the coverage is minimal if you are out and about this evening. catching a football game it could briefly rain and if it rains on the game you are unlucky. raining in bradenton and showers in central hillsborough and
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southeastern all moving to the west t is dark soon they should lose their punch. the temperatures in the low 90s. as i said 95 was the high. tied a record that was set in 1948. the dew points are back up there. the running into the low to mid-70s. and back. we go through the list we crossed off hermine. ian is the next name on the list and surprisingly, there is a developing. there could be one developing here a swirl moving to the keys but thankfully the strong upper level winds that are shearing this system.
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of our state and that moisture will come back at us and increase our likelihood of rain. the weekend forecast both days about 92. if the rain delays until late in the day. we could hit 94, 95 both weekend days. rain chances at 30%. right now you have the humidity back. air temperature and june and july. southeast winds at >> and showers over cuba and a ton. and next week and east coast 90 in new york and 84 in burlington. and raleigh. 94 and you get thed idea it is tough. 93 in tulsa. the forecast tore tonight it like this. showers end and partly cloudy
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a mix of sun and cloud as few afternoon showers and storms and 92. more of the same on sunday. partly cloudy. storms and 92. the 7 day forecast looks like this. as i said rain chances are up next week between 40 and 50%. i love doing football boards. this is what we have. charleston southern who is playing florida state. and in town. that's >> it works. >> a tough one last week. >> you need the r and r. that is happening later in the day. gainesville and to play the gators a couple of storms around and 92 for a 3:30 kickoff later that evening and in tampa. lingering storms for the northern illinois yasser arafat huskies. >> 85. storms should be ending at 7:00.
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atlanta. that's partly cloudy. 89 in hot lan that. inside the dome cool and hopefully the bucs win the game here on fox 13. >> by the way, we talked about mike been knit at the boat show this came in. we have a purchase. there it is. [ applause ] >> sea fox. >> you named it, we registered it. >> and i don't see that. >> notice the flag what is strange a british flag. >> and not sure why that is happening, we must have got a guy from england. i will say we will invite you on that boat. you have yet to invite me on your boat. but that's something. >> mine is not that big. >> at some point are you invited. >> as long as are you not driving.
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>> andky parallel park that, we'll be having more on that in a moment. >> sea fox. >> yes, sure. >> a look that is going on and a deal for - marco. - polo. - marco. - polo. marco. marco? marco? but it's not a game when our senator doesn't show up.
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and working together. it's why i worked to protect women's health care and worked with both parties to stop cuts to medicare. i'm patrick murphy and i approve this message because florida needs a full-time senator. marco? marco? my son has meningitis b. but how did we end up here? his mom thought he had the flu and that he was covered by the meningococcal meningitis vaccine he had received. until 2014 there were no vaccines for meningitis b in the u.s. now there are. while uncommon, meningitis b can lead to death within 24 hours. trumenba is a vaccine for 10 through 25 year olds to help prevent group b meningococcal disease. trumenba should not be given if you had a severe allergic reaction after a previous dose. most common side effects were injection-site pain, fatigue... headache, muscle pain, and chills. ask your doctor or pharmacist about all the risks and benefits of trumenba and tell them
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boulevard in st. pete. there is a crash there. we should have a update at 10:00 t is virtually a traffic standstill. it will cause problems. >> before we say goodbye tonight let's see what is going on in tampa bay this weekend. >> tomorrow in tampa the colorful race of the year. it is going to happen. the fourth annual flavor run 5k. the runners with colored powders. there will be live entertainment. that is tomorrow at the florida state fair fairgrounds. fun out there. girls on the run which helps inspire confidence in little girls. that is great stuff. and save money this saturday. and the museum of science and industry has announced a 5-dollar deal for only tomorrow. september 10th.
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movie and the ropes course they will cost you extra. so -- hang on. >> great day to spend a saturday. >> a lot of news going on between the crash and it will be a busy night. we'll have a update for you for sure. and the see you at 10. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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