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>> tens of millions of gallons of sewage dumped into tampa bay
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>> to hear of something like this happening is just a tragedy. >> you can't say enough. a tragedy indeed. a toddler died after being left in a hot car today for hours. >> normally it's a beautiful white and clearwater color, and it >> did you know tens of millions of gallons of sewage went directly into tampa bay during the recent hurricane. we will tell you what is being done to keep it from happening again. >> we won't show you the photo or tell you the person's name until after the person is
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discrimination on the airbnb app. >> thanks for joining us everybody. we have a tragedy in palm harbor. a little boy is found dead in the back seat of his father's truck after being left there all day. ken swawr suarez is at lane. >> you certainly don't have to be a parent for your heart to go out, what is even more heartwrenching is the dad is a firefighter. a man trained to save lives and in this case he couldn't save his own son's life. >> as a firefighter troy whitaker was trained in cpr. little did he know he would have
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son, found dead in the back of his vehicle where he had been left nearly 24 hours before. >> it just reinforces that you need to spend as much time with your kids because you never know when tragedy will strike. >> detectives say whitaker developed off his 5-year-old dawn at school in supposed to drop off his son at day care. but he went home instead. later on when he went to puck px and was taking groceries in did he discover his son in the car seat. >> invoic investigators say he d
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and began cpr but it was too late. >> we just got an update from the sheriff. moments ago he says mr. whitaker is on his way to the pinellas county jail, charged with al aggravataggravated manslaughter. when questioned all he could say was that i thought i dropped my son >> just sickening and hard to hear, the family in our thoughts @and prayers. >> and now a police chase that started in pasco county finally came to an end but with a crash. here is the scene. watwaters avenue and firecracker drive. they tried to stop a car in
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was traveling. a deputy fired at the tire on the car and hit it but the man kept on driving until he crash underinto a ditch. >> and you have a live at gandy boulevard as investigators are investigating a deadly crash. >> new at rainwater and raw sewage, more than 20 million gallons of partially treated wastewater noorwent into the bay but offics say they have no other option when rains overwhelm the city's sewer system which is incredibly old and in need of updates. i'm curious about the health
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mean for the health of the bay and the health of people? >> a marine scientist looked at the city's own testing and said levels of bacteria are elevated in some spots. the city is warning people many at least one area not to swim while others are calling for them to revamp the sewer system. >> barbara home would like her walk-along laughing park beach to be for pleas is doing the work she wishes that the city would do. >> do you know that the water is contaminated? >> she has been coming here twice a day to warn beach-goers of the 20 million gallons of partially treated wastewater into the bay. the city says pumping the wastewater was its only option
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city's beyond aging sewer system. >> you should really not be in the water. >> she says the city is not doing a great job to let them know to avoid contaminated areas. the signs are small and only one at each end of the beach which many people are missing. >> they are fishing and i have gotten people out of the water with their children and dogs. >> several tests have elevated bacteria levels. hastings says swimming or ingesting water in those spots is dangerous. >> when we eat something, we digest it and it goes out into the sewer and the fecal coliform come from our gut and those bacteria make us sick.
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about the contaminated areas and to be fair, there are other cities that also spilled sewage into the bay, clearwater spilling 30 million, and tampa 1 million, and that is a mix of raw sewage and rainwater. official ls be meeting about a solution to this later on this month. >> and no matter what they commit to you are talking about years before there is a >> years and a lot of money for sure. >> evan lambert life in st. pete. disturbing in deed, and clearwater reports about 3 million gallons and 29 gallons released into c clearwater harb. hermine pushing the capacity of
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meantime a week after hermine, the clean up is continuing. there are still areas unbelievably underwater, and this is one that remains under volunteer v v evacuation orders. today people began to be reminded that everything must be sprited into different piles, depending on the type of and the emergency services director promises that this year's clean up will go smoother than last year. >> the longer a community waits to get back to community, the more people will move out of the community. pasco wants to be the premier county, and we want people to say those guys know what they are doing and now how to respond to a disaster. and i want to live there because i want to stay safe. >> the county by the way is
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dideclaration so it can be elg eligible for a recovery grant. >> and a handful of two people were arrested aftert- officers say they broke through the liline. one protestors said she feels for was kill ad few years ago. >> he was killed by two sheriff's deputies two weeks after graduating college. i'm here to let the world know this is not the answer. >> and riggins was not armed. a deputy fired when riggins reached for his waist. >> and a man is upset when he
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because of his race. instead of going forth with customer service he has decided to take matters into his own hands, launching his own home-sharing app, and crystal this is not the first discrimination complaint we have heard regarding airbnb. >> the company has been sued by people because they were denied a place race or ethnic-sounding name. one such complaint came from rojan jiltz. he says he was denied booking in idaho and he has a friend who has white and he was able to book instand by. and this group came up with a
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". similar to uber their names and faces are not known until they book. >> the drive does m not see your photo or your name, so they would have to sth accept that person's request outside of other factors like who they are or what they look like. >> there is a clip of the website right there. inclusive is expected to launch it's here to stay. now, airbnb is taking notice do, and they are responding on what they say they are doing to change things. >> well, two local farmers are getting their shot on the small screen. >> a new tv show features women farmers and two of them are from
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immuno therapy area where there may be a huge breakthrough in the fight against cancer. >> tropical moisture made a big come-back. you see the clouds building and move from east to west. they made for a great sunset and you will see the showers go by as well. this is a hint as to what is coming up this weekend. more tropical weather plus an update on the tropics. i'm really good at war. i love war in a certain way. including with nukes, yes including with nukes.
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((mark bw )) a health >> the health concerns for students and teachers in polk county as the district tell us more than 200 bats have invaded haines city high school. and $13,000 is the costs to safely remove them and sanitize the building from the bat droppings. this makes the first infest tait cause serious respiratory problems. >> this in the carpets is not a good thing and it smells horrible. i'm not okay with animals that cause diseases in the school.
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the school with devices like this that allow the animals to leave but not to re-enter. >> and two bay area women made it on national tv tonight. the show is called farm-hers and it height lights the contributions that women all over the country made to agriculture. pam started when she was 55 plus because she was tired of making a nine-to-five job. >> i would not change it for the world. i have no regrets. >> and the show also tells shayla's story, she grew up in agricultural and married her husband, a rancher and now she is, too.
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>> i think it sounds great. >> well, the heat came back with a vein jangs. vengeance. >> and what is great name for a network, the rfd new york, and i tell you my followers on a-game tonight. check out these photos. the first one over boca ciega bay. nice crepuscular rays and this is a beautiful shot, love that, dave and this one other sarasota bay. these are all on my facebook page, and if you are getting tired of the wallpaper on your
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island and even a bonus tonight, over at sand key, that is the green flash. you see it once in a while, the tip of the sun kind of going over the horizon caused by light refraction and reflection. that is nicely done, margie, and today more of ariel an east winh the skies look more tropical with the prevailing east wind there will be more of a chance of showers and thundershowers. the sprinkles are not adding up to much at all and if you thought it was hot today, guess what, it was. 95 tieing the previous record set in 1948.
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east coast and we had a little bit of a smidge of dry air a couple of days ago but that is gone. dewpoints back in the mid 70's, and ian is the next tropical storm in line. it will probably become a hurricane in the next day or two. what is interesting is late last pressure develops near the keys near cuba and now we are watching that for tropical development. but it's not much. this is going to move west-northwest, away from us. upper-level winds strong across the gulf and if it develops it likely will mot not turn out toa big day.
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days overthe weekend, and next e rainy season hangs tough, but most of the day will be dry on saturday, and the same on sunday. we stay in the low 90. rain chances between 30 and 50%, and highs in the low 90's. charlton southern is in tallahassee to noles. and it's sunny and hot in gainesville. and uk is in town. the usf bulls hosting the huskies from northern illinois university. heading to atlanta, the game is
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we can do this, millions of jobs right here in america. that's my plan. >> talk about hanging by a string a texas man owes his life for a very strong cable, and a
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good for ch fortune as well. his vehicles's brakes failed and rolled off of the top of a parking garage. >> this driver had to make a nerve-rattling decision. >> how about getting into that predicament. the driver of the toyota 4-runner was trying to park the vehicle when the brakes went out and the vehicle rolled the cable barrier on the top of the garage. amazingly one of the cables caught on the axle as it flipped end over end and so there it was dangled 90 feet above the ground, and so what do you do wait until the fire department arrived or try to climb out knowing that your weight of the vehicle could cause it to fall.
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of course he climbed out and a man was waiting to help him on the eighth floor. >> he was seat belted in and that saved his life. that is why you wear your seatbelt all the time. and when the vehicle came to rest against the side of the building, he was able to examine extricate himself. >> and figure out how to get the vehicle that was still running by the way, down from the height, and they lowered 6 painstaking inches at a time down to the ground. now, that young man may want to buy a lottery ticket, because who can say they drove off of
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didn't even get a scratch. >> glad he is okay. >> there is a new weapon in the fight against cancer. >> yeah, and hopefully this is really good news. immunotherapy has virtually no
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>> all right, a fox news alert and this one is act news. gandy girl boulevard is back opn tonight. crews were investigating a deadly crash, that effected traffic in both directions. the good news is it's back open in both directions and you should not have is is issues ifr on your way out tonight. >> the united nations says they
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korea for yet another nuclear power test. >> the action has world leaders on edge. >> north korea's state-run media says the country's nuclear test, the fifth this year successful. saying they can now mount nuclear warheads on to missiles. >> we should view as out-of-control the mental status of kim jung y un who refuses to listen to the international community in order to maintain his power. >> secretary of state kerry was in geneva trying to associate a cease fire. >> everybody shares concerns but we are trying still to monitor and find out precisely what took
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sure that the sanctions we have in place are implemented and in force. >> the last was the equivalent with 10kilo tons of tnn. tnt-the bomb dropped on hiroshima by comparison was 15 kilo tons. sanctioned north is far along in their enrichment of uranium and plutonium. >> and now to the race for the white house. hintson getting a star-powered boost. she arrived at her apartment building in the afternoon and
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meantime trump is back in florida taking an pear appearano a packed gathering. he touched on his military plan, job creation and the wall, and of course he took a aim at his rival, hillary clinton. trclinton is leading trump by ls than one percentage point. >> and the cdc funding to fight the zika cyruss is vnch ci virtually gone, and g that soon the nation will begin to see the birth of babies with severe birth defects. and are you heading to the store
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superlice? over-the-counter coucounter proe not as effective but you get a prescription from a doctor, although those prescriptions can be expensive. call around if you are shopping price. >> and immunotherapy would be a game changer in the fight against cancer. >> we've gone from incurable to curable >> immuno therapy may be the medicine needed to defeat one of cancer's most significant foes. >> this man felt a pain in his knee and he was diagnosed with sarcoma.
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of chemotherapy, and when he finished, the cancer returned to his lungs. >> he qualified to take part in a clinical trial one by dr. schwartz. he used a promising new treatment known as immuno therapy. the patient takes a drug that activates normally door dormant t-cells. >> this is unheralded in the history of mankind. because we are taking that t-cell that is silent, sitting there, not doing anything and we change the pattern of human biology by activating the t-cell for the first time in the annals of man.
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him. remember the tumor on his lung? >> what caused that to be gone? >> now we are seeing response rates that are extraordinary and survival rates that are unparalleled. >> in 2016 according to the american cancer society, 1.5 million people in the united states will be diagnosed with some form of cancer and nearly 600,000 people will die of it. >> now we have an option in lymphoma and types of breast and cocolon cancer, there is not a tumor type that is not a target. >> this will boost your eye imme system training your body to fight the cancer and unlike chemotherapy, there are no side
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feel sick, no fever, and physically feel strong. >> strong enough so this husban% and father of two could see his daughter graduate. >> i get a feeling oh my god. >> this computer programmer from princeton now hopes he will have a very long life. >> are you cancer free and do you see a day where you will be cured? >> definitel i would be cured. now i'm in complete remission. and i expect to be cured with this immuno therapy approximate. >> very encourging. >> let's hope, everyone one of these makes for more hope and it could ple lead to good news. >> and it may be a good time to buy.
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((kelly 2sh)) new tonight: they're calling him a >> new at any time they are calling him a medical miracle in the flesh. >> a teen who caught a brain-eating bacteria is nearly ready to go back to school. >> this is video of what doctors call a walking, talking medical
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at his home in florida, one month after a br brush with dea. >> i thought i had a migraine and when they told me i was like whoa, i'm thankful for you and god for saving me. >> he and his mother joined a presentation to talk about brain-eating amoeba's. >> this shows the family's terrifying journey. he isebastian got a bad migrain, and doctors confirmed the worst >> >> i said th oh, lord -- but thi
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give him back because you promised me he was going to be safe he -- >> so a doctor who deals with death daily, this case was especially difficult. >> when you have a case with only 1% survival, you are up aiagainst a lot, and it was stuf to tell a family this might be the last time you hear him talk. >> hypobarric. coma and the treatment works. sebastian may be the only one to survive in this the last 50 years but he is a typical teen. >> are you starting any time soon? school? >> not this week but the week after. i don't want to go back but i
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>> it's mixed feelings because i don't want to miss more school because i know i will have to do a lot of work but at the same time, i'm a kid and i don't want to go to school. >> that is pretty awesome. he is actually still in rehab and t his biggest complaint is that he can't walk along distances yet, he has to use a wheelchair. >> but he is his meds and is expected to make a full and complete recovery. >> all right, kevin, what is going on. >> if you're feeling good, you want to go back to school, right? that tells you everything right there, and then wide receiver evan spencer decided to retire. and no word on why he is deciding to walk away from the game at the age of 23.
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going up their division rival, the atlanta falcons but jason wright says the team has a sense of famousness and that this week the bucs will get a good taste of that as the game unfolds against the falcons. >> just a start to see where our season can go and what we can do so you know i've been playing them first, like i said, like derrick has been saying all week t sounds double. >> we open with an away game and with the crowd because we have a few of those, and it's extra when you're playing in the division. >> and fox analyst jimmie
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teaming up to support those dealing with addiction. >> they've got a young, talented football team, and i think they are just going to get better. if they are in a tough division, carolina has an outstanding team, but it's going to be tough in that division. but i think tampa is going to be right up in tampa in the plaife play offs ts year. >> we invite you to kick off your season with us that morning. we'll be live in the studio bringing you everything, in this bucs opener. and then 1:00 is the bucs and
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cowboys. >> and this was already a complete miss match and now 14 players from southern have been suspended for using their book money for other purposes. an ncaa violation. and the rays try to dig their way out. morrison get one back and this has been a problem for the rays all season. too many solo homers but a rain delay after that made the rays work with a grand slam and the yankees put them up 7-2 before another rain delay and right now the yanks are leading it 7-4 in the seventh. >> so still a chance.
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>> yeah, it's been a week. check this out, hermine surf a week ago in englewood, but pretty much all week the gulf has been nice and flat and down this week with an offshore wind this weekend. this from angelique who sets a fox 13 umbrella. and in the meantime we've had fast-moving showers coming in from the east today. check out highs today. 95 was the high in tampa. that is the hottest we've had on this date going back almost 70 years. 94 the high in punta gorda, and i'm doing 92 both weekend days
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most of the afternoon, that 92 easily becomes a 95 as we learned today. the forecast both weekend days will be a mixture of clouds and sun-showers moving off the coast, 91 for a high tomorrow coast, 91 for a high tomorrow and a few thunderstorms deep pockets or delicious ridges. tasty egg or savory bacon. experience dunkin's new belgian waffle breakfast sandwich. it's not this or that. it's all of it.
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a military veteran is >> a military veteran helping a south florida family hill. >> a vet man shot and killed a neighbor's two dogs and when this army veteran heard about the family's grief, he decided to give them a young dog. the father is also a ver dealt with ptsd after serving in the marines. >> i understand first-hand what a dog represents. >> i hope that you are happy with your new puppy. >> the neighbor accused or shooting the family's dogs is now facing animal cruelty charges. >> hope they are getting a little relief there. >> right now at 11:00 we continue to follow that heart-breaking story out of pinellas county.
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hot truck. >> it was evidence when deputies arrived that he was diseased. >> where the firefighter father is now charged with manslaughter. >> and a car chase and carjacking and at least one shot fired. what landed this man in the back of a patrol car. >> i feel the report and their proposal does not go far solution to root out racism after airbnb was accused of discriminating on the basis of race. >> we begin with the story out of palm harbor. a firefighter has been arrested and charged in the death of his own son. he left his toddler in the back


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