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too strict, they have nothing to do with safety and they are written by a local transportation company ceo with the goal of forcing out two companies. >> reporter: on wednesday they voted to get rid of the rules that would require a minimum fare and wait time to get a ride. but they will not budge on the background checks. victor chris says without the fingerprints the commission does not get a c get notified of new crimes. they are a sticking point for uber and lyft. they have threatened to leave tampa if the rules are enforced. >> it will not offer it under the rules that if enforced look like the rules under correction today. >> and even if a final version of the rules is passed in october, there are several chances for the ride share companies to appeal.
in the meantime the companies are still operating in tampa bay. >> evelyn lambert, fox 13 news. he was the care given for his girlfriend but he plotted to kill her by giving her a lethal dose of prescription drugs. now he is facing murder charges. we have the latest with gloria gomez. >> reporter: as the guest was in court this morning as he prepares for trial, the case comes down an accident? tim harrison is accused of killing his girlfriend nearly three years years ago by givinga lethal toes of prescription medication. was it murder or something snells. >> there is no defense to i killed this person because they wanted me to kill them or assist them in their death. >> reporter: an athone, anthony rickman, who is not connected to the case, said a defense that
he wanted to end her life. >> he is not jack kevorkian he went to prison. it was not pills but a firearm. if you say end my life assist me by shooting me in the face i'll be charged with murder. because it is pills does not mean that you can overdose someone and not expect to suffer consequences. >> reporter: the prosecution said there is no way that the victim could have opened a pill bottle or taken the medical examiner determine determine -- determined she died of from anti-depressants. a possible explanation for the overdose could be it was an accident did not intend to kill her. >> he is the person caring for her, the care giver and providing her the medication. did he provide her with too much. did he provide too much
element. >> reporter: today in court the prosecution said there may be a conflict of interest, that's because the judge that may oversee the case once worked for the public defender's office and no motion has been filed to remove the judge from the case f that happens, we'll let you know. >> thank you. hillsborough deputies say an argument throwed a deadly shooting in brandon. donald wood and girl girlfriend were fighting and a roommate tried wood told the roommate to mind his own business. he went towards him with a knife and he shot and killed him. they are turning it over if there should be criminal charges. this renot identifying the gunman at this point. hillsborough county investigators looking for a man who went often a deputy. it was during a traffic stop here in plant city. the deputy approached the car the driver backed up and rammed the patrol car knocking him to
and they found the car but no sign of the guy driving it. the deputy was treated for minor injuries. now a cocaine arrest three months in the making. they were investigating juan vega back in june when a officer found half a kilo of cocaine heading to his home. when they came to arrest him they found another package with 500-grams of coke. investigators say he would order the drugs puerto rico and distribute it within pasco. vehicles are destroyed or damaged after a fire broke out at a storage facility. the fire crews were called out to a storage facility. an rv caught fire and that blaze grew in size spreading to other vehicles. two rvs and a boat are a loss a few other vehicles suffered damage. the news is that no one was hurt. they are investigating what started that fire.
calling on law enforcement to issue more civil citations rather than arresting young offenders. the citations should be used for common youth crimes like fighting and drug and alcohol offenses. about 12,000 juveniles were arrested statewide. hillsborough was in the top 3 counties with the most arrests. >> the thing about the report is that there are still too many commun jeopardizing the future of young people by saddling them with a record for a non-violent minor offense. >> the use of the civil citations is voluntary they are used 42% of the time when they are an option. advocates would like to see that increased to 75%. hillary clinton getting ready to return to the campaign trail tomorrow. for the first time since falling
donald trump is opening up the lead. and craig patrick is standing by. i'm sure hillary clinton is looking to get back on track. >> yes and her surrogates filled in. you have a pollination wide showing she is up by 5 points but you don't have a national race you have races in the battle grounds that will tip the scales. look here ohio, donald trump is leading hillary clinton survey by 5 points. that's a big turn around from where we were a couple of weeks ago. it shows among other things that clinton has lost her grip on the map a couple of weeks ago she said the pollsters said she had the majority needed that has changed. more information has been released about her medical information and records.
medications. the bottom line on the information today is that she is fit to serve and with that, i think she is going to demonstrate that she is quite healthy. it will not come tomorrow but on september 26th now less than two weeks away when she meets donald trump in the first debate. >> she did release information today and trump was supposed to on the dr. oz show. did that happen? >> we don't know bau not air until thursday. we're relying on what the audience said how it played out. we're told he state he needs to lose weight and conflicting accounts of how much. he did not discuss, from people there, results of his physical he did not. we are hearing he did not get a lot of details he was vague and showed the letter from one of his physicians stating he is
elected. but the common thread is like hillary clinton, he is showing that he is healthy and fit to serve but we're not seeing from either one of them the full records that others have released. >> not the full 411. >> a long way to go on that. >> thank you, craig patrick. >> canoe made its way down west kennedy boulevard. groups carried that canoe signs to marco rubio's tampa office. this is part of a week of climate change protests. they're hoping to send a message about that climate change should be a focus in the election. >> the longer we ignore it it is becoming to difficult to overcome and expensive it is. >> the groups are taking part in a discussion with business leaders and saturday organizing
hillsborough river. the humane society threw a party today to celebrate the adoption of a very special kitty, bart, bart the cat. there he is. gained fame add went viral because of his resilience following a sad set of circumstances. you remember the story he was called the zombie cat and the internet stuck on him. the zombie cat. the former owner left him for dead. ways not dead he out of the grave. after a long process, some legal, he has new owner. and chris cato is here to tell us about it. we're happen there is a happy ending. the fame does not last forever but for zombie cat it led to a forever home. this is a 20-month journey that started in january 2015 with a remarkable discovery by a come. she found bart lying in the middle of the street bleeding
hits owner had buried him after he was supposedly hit by a car. she took him to the humane society where vets performed the surgery. he had several broken bones and the staff started rehabbing bart and decided during that time to fight for legal custody because there was some doubt whether the owner actually thought bart was dead when he buried him. the court granted the society custody and part was officially adopted by valley one of the vet health. >> he is the nicest cats that could you meet. we were happy he made it legal he is our cat and he will stay in our home forever. >> i'm proud to work at an organization that has done great work to bring him back to where he is today. >> and they celebrated with cake
bart. and they want to thank everyone, people from all over the world who have donated money to pay for bart's surgery and care. another benefit from becoming a viral sen sensation as people as far as afay from new zealand tried to help to send money to help in the recovery. she knows he is going to make a great additionon. she she has been fostering him for a year. it took this long official. she asked if she calls him zombie cat, she said no, she calls him miracle cat. >> i like that better. thank you, chris. trapped in a pond on a golf course. the effort to rescue four manatees stranded after
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today... tracking internet habits and stopping bots from buying the good tickets and a dust. and four companies are in trouble for tracking how our kids are using the web sites that's green creepy to me. >> you know our habits they get tracked f you search for something an ad pops up and maybe you get an ad for something similar but kids are not supposed to be targeted for that market research. aid via com and jump start are
visitors under age 13 for marketing advertising research. the companies have agreed to pay $833,000 they will work to prohibit tracking on the sites. and the ftc updated the privacy protection act so they cannot use that sort of behavior targeting tech yeeks on apps directed to young children. >> and today ticket sellers are trying to get congress to track down on the bots and scoop up the good seats. >> yes, we have experienced it, right a show sells out and they resurface on other sites and they cost more. they are using computer ized software to snag the tickets and resell them. and for the u.s. tour. they pop up.
$15,000. and garth brooks were selling out. >> and allow the ftc to go after the companies that use them. now they will vote on the legislation soon. and 15,000-dollars and that's ridiculous. >> if you have it to spare, who does. >> what is this dangers. dust -- i know it looked bad it may not be harmless. >> you may i'll clean it. research says it could be laced with chemicals. and looking at dust data what they learned was 45 different toxic chemicals are commonly found in house dust. 10 present in 90% of homes.
hormone problems and fertility issues they come from products and building materials like vinyl flooring, cleaning, perfumes and pizza boxes. kids of course are at a higher risk because they put their hands on their mouths and that is something to think about. to me it is all of the products have the chemicals in them. >> that's not good news. there are places in all of our homes that we don't dust enough, right. hey. no excuses now got to clean it up. >> cat hair flying around with all those chemicals. julia just keeping heading up the east coast. now people in hilton head are getting hit with heavy rain, winds and flooding. and it is slow moving and linger for a few days. you will bring us up to date on
>> and they are rotating around not a big deal. here is the rain. and all the way down to about sun city center this is in brandon. it should not last long. lake wales. moderate to heavy rain. and showers and some of and it is about the spin up off the coast. and it mostly the southwest wind. the temperatures in the 80s in the bay area. and active. we have julia here. and then in the middle. we have storm ian and way out here number 12. another one behind that.
here is the stats on julia near charleston moving northeast at 6. here is the direction. you talk about look at that motion, right, it does a big circle like a move here and the wind gusts along the coast. 40, 45. this is not enough to cause damage. and beach erosion but nasty wet weather along the coast. the models, you talk about confusion, look at this. up, down, all around, left, right, up, down, all different directions that's why the official forecast has julia kind of stuck and not moving much. here is ian. that will move northeast. no big concern here. here is the depression. that should become troll storm karl at some point.
northwest. it is way out in the atlantic. the tropics are heating up. isolated showers near the coast. most of the day should be dry. 89 for a high on friday. and it is more of the same. showers and storms around as the rainy season hangs in there. and winds at 5 knots. and the 7 day forecast. looks like september. up around 90s for a high. 75 to 80. and big rain near brandon, that's at 5:45. the race to find a zika vaccine. the trials taking place this week. is it going to be a
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caught. he is a scum bag, deputies accuse the man of passing a fake 100-dollar bill to a boy scott before he stepped into the frame. and he told me he and his son were here at this walmart on the second selling trail mix to raise money. the incident report said the suspect bought $20 with the fake bill and got $80 back. the suspect tried to pass fake bills inside of the store but that did not work. >> i'm angry because he took advantage of me and of my son and. >> during the transportation there was something that was just off about the whole thing. >> he was very uncomfortable and desperate make it quick and get out. >> a short time later another
was at this gas station in the same block. they don't often deal with counterfeit case so they're asking for your help. >> we're looking for him in all areas of florida. he could be anywhere in central florida. >> and he wants the man off the streets. david williams, fox news. and stranded after hermine in a pond on a golf course. the effort to help four manatees next - marco. - polo. - marco. - polo. marco. marco? marco? but it's not a game
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because of hermine and they went away and they ended up in that pond the waters are down and they are stuck. and aaron mesmer is up there this evening i hope they made some plans to get them out. where are we with all of this? >> the plans are to move them tomorrow and this may sound like a dire situation. and work with. the plantation.
weeds and the grass that you see on the surface that's food to them. they are in a buffet for manatees. so, they're probably enjoying life. that does not mean they will stay. >> got here during the hurricane. they were washed over a bridge that separates the pond on the golf course. and fish swimming back to the river. it will take a lot of work. there are two mom and baby combinations that don't have, they have to be moved together so they are not separated and two young adults. the biggest ones weigh 1500 pounds. that will take 20 people to
he was not surprised to find out they were stuck here after the storm. >> they come into the canal. and they are constantly in the area. when they are in a high tide they get up where they can get food they cannot get to. so as soon as they were given the opportunity we were not surprised. >> we're zoomed in now on a spot of the pond where we have seen a few of the noses pop up here and there for air f you see any ripples in the water. that's about to happen. we're going to have that in our story. and so. the process is going to all happen tomorrow. they will have gator experts. there are six to eight fatters,
larger mother gator as well. so this is going to be a process that's going to take, cynthia, at least tomorrow morning it may go into the afternoon. it depends where in the pond the manatees are f they are all in one spot close to the bridge over there they have to get them over. it should be quicker but if they are spread out it will take longer, add the gator thing that makes it a little risk er and more interesting, doesn't it. >> i thought fish and wildlife had like a something that comes in that lifts the big ones out this is all manual labor. >> it is a bit of both. there is a stretcher. they do lift them out.
>> i hope they do that. as julia moves east they are praising for rains. what very a look. >> the weather service announcing the formation of julia earning the distinction tuesday of becoming the first such system on record to form over land in the sunshine state. >> people think it is the wind and the wind is bad but one of the worse things is we deal w >> and julia skirting across jacksonville heading to the carolinas. steady rains and winds hitting hilton head on wednesday. officials say they're keeping an eye on the surge the wind that can you surf.
and no injuries were reported and out in full force and working to remove the debris and restore power. we go out there and we take care of the situation right away. it is within a matter of hours and pipes and ditches and get them going. >> julia is expected to weaken but they warn that the threats of strong wind gusts and rains remain, in atlanta. caught on camera. a driver is pulling a gun on another driver on the side of a freeway. the man behind the video was driving his daughter to school when it unfolded along the shoulder. they went back to their cars without incident. and police say they're still investigating, more road rage a residential street massachusetts where a man was caught on camera threatening another.
taking a select group of dna material. genetic material of the virus, that's getting into the human by into the muscle and then what happens then is that our bodies read that then we make the same proteins, our bodies attack it. it creates anti-bodies but stimulates a t-cell a type of white blood cell that the virus t is being used in volunteers between 18 and 35 who saw it. and now it is going on to the next step they're going to test it in four groups. and how the body reacts. >> and they are working on this how soon can we see one available. >> i think the earlier projection is 2018. the one that's ahead is something by a another company
they're making synthetic versions of that material or that dna injecting it under the skin and immune cells that is going further. they are testin it now between the ages of 18 and 65 it is being tested in puerto rico and those individuals that had another infection. that's ahead of the other i talked to a doctor he said there are a total of five in the pipeline and staggered. we'll see them roll time. so let's -- it will be a race to see who does whatever the fda wants them to do first. >> let's hope one gets them. the numbers are going up every day. >> let's change gears here. there is research about e cigarettes. and the ability to stop smoking. >> this was a british study what they did they looked at the number of people using e sigs and in britain the number has
are -- million. and they looked at the data of those smoking, they determined that 18,000 people weekly quit smoking or helped to quit smoking been the e cigarettes. it was a lot of numbers crunched together. but they said that the best way to quit was to join some sort of self-help group or a governmental group you have three times the chance to quit smoking. don't depend on them but again i heard so many viewers tell me that it helped them. scott a great start for jameis winston, and the ting a owe accolades on this tuesday, it's wednesday. >> and recognized for his performance on sunday but that performance got better today.
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is it wednesday? >> scott wanted it to be tuesday. >> can you make it thursday not tuesday. >> you can weigh on this oh mickey you're so fine. remember she was dancing in that video. she is 72 and still dancing. >> she is 72 and she has the moves i don't know like i have never been able to do that. >> i cannot do that i'm -- kind of close. >> tony basil she was the cheerleader that was the song. she didn't have any other hits but she did a lot of chore gravy
>> that is inspirational. >> that is. >> those with little babies have seen babies do this. the panda, this is trying to turn over by itself and wave around. and remember the baby doing this. >> it is cannot make it. this is the five week old panda at the center in china. this is viral. still on its back. >> i think so. she is one of twins born august 4th. someone will go in there, she is probably exhausted. >> a poke when you go to that center and find them sometimes they have dozens around and it is just like a whole thing. >> they have a web camera for
>> you never see a panda that's not cute. i haven't seen one yet, good stuff today a tropical storm, julia that came out nov where. you get another way out in the caribbean. and look outside. heavy rain. and down to near zero and showers. and they are moving southwest to northeast, we often in midseptember. and pockets to heavy to moderate rain. >> and the circulation and the low and the wind feeding into it. and passed by and brooksville
and moving into oldsmar, moderate to heavy rain. and some of this and inland and much light rain and in the gulf. raining all the time and normal moisture and the flow the coast later tonight. >> and the tropics. and slicing and on the map for a long time. and it will be karl, that's with a k, as it moves to the west. and julia will get stuck.
is td number 12. and much development and this is thursday, friday, saturday and open atlantic. let's watch the model ian moved away and julia collapsed and moving to the west. there is another one here that's moving northwest moving busy week to 10 days. lingering showers near the coast. we're down and billed tomorrow they head inland. and the showers and storms around and not a wash out hopefully not one for the game on friday night. the 7 day forecast.
high and near 90 the bucs head out to arizona. talking about 105 and stop at 75 in that. >> i think the roof will be closed i'm going to guess for game time. >> it was not his best performance but jameis winston did have number 5 touchdowns against the eagles but the nfl thought his performance on sunday was the best of week one. so he picks up his first nfc offensive player of the week honor. now tt today. how you ask. the league corrected his stats taking away a incompletion the percentage bumps up to 72% which is outstanding. of -- of his 23 to eight different receivers six of whom had multiple catches. not just one blanket receiver he has plenty of weapons.
trust everyone out there i'm blessed to have the team. and the bucs new i had acquired player will be wearing number 39. he flings a diverse set of skills. dirk koetter coached him in atlanta and rogersas >> i'm familiar with it. it is not a hard adjustment t is just being away for like two years is hard. >> good zone runner. he is a smaller in sat tour buy.
us and excellent player. he is going to make our team better. >> start your sunday with us. join ricky reynolds 10:30 a.m. and then the crew takes over at noon with fox nfl sunday. bucs and cardinals. we saw the punishment cam newton took hits to the head. and he received concussion testing there. and some $18,000 brandon marshall more than $24,000 for the helmet to helmet hits. and looking ahead to next year the race schedule is out today. they will open sunday april 2nd at home against the yankees. and play series against all five teams from the nl-central and home and who two game series against the cubs. the rubber match against the
deferren kiermaier puts the rays up with a shot. and the record tying 199th homerun. then the play and this is what 200 looks like. center field. and that 200th. rays up. more good news. the first in nearly two years following that tommy john surgery. they beat toronto and take the series. 264 homeruns is the all time record of the mariners. i think that in order to catch them at this point with 17 to go the rays have to hit about 3 to 4 homerun as day. that's a tall order but a record for the team.
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>> take me to that time in your life. >> at a very low point. i was frightened about what was going on with me mentally and the thoughts. what kinds of thoughts. >> it was like you are looking at pictures all the could not talk i was flat, gone. >> she lifted the stigma with depression it is nothing to be ashamed or embarrassed about. >> moving on to the emmys which are four days away. >> jimmy kim sideline getting ready to host. i met up with jimmy magazine in hand. >> you have that in hand. >> that's me. >> were you doing a tribute to
>> it looks like prince. >> his show was so awful at first that he is surprised that it was kept on the air. back to you. >> being honest. give him that. >> and the 6:00 news is next. >> here are mark and kelly. >> thank you very much. >> plenty of people like to shop at publix. >> there will be changes. coming to the stores all around the area. it could be all in the name of competition. cong some are changing and what may be behind the redesign. >> and donald trump interrupted at a teach at a church in detroit. why he was forced to changeway whats saying. and we're going to show you how duncan the dog is helping kids to read. kids to read. that's on the i'm really good at war. i love war in a certain way.
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news. edgood evening, welcome, i'm mark wilson. i'm kelly ring. >> thank you for joining us, will it be a repeat of last night? this was the scene last night as angry pinellas residents confronted officials in st. pete and the same is expected this evening during an open house to talk about the pier. they are angry over the dumping of wastewater into waterways during hurricane hermine. and evan axelbank is recreation center to tell us more. evan? >> reporter: well, kelly the people are so angry because 175 million-gallons of wastewater have been, as you said, spilled into tampa bay that is during hurricane hermine. and now a commissioner want as county wide taskforce, special taskforce to try and get a handle on this problem. take a look, this is the scene. the meeting protestors demanding