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from tampa bay's number one news station, this is "good day tampa bay." >> anjuli: an explosion rocks manhattan. witnesses feel the blast shake buildings and windows. 29 people are sent to the hospital, and this morning investigators say terrorism has been ruled out. >> alcides: hi in action." how a local clinic takes care of everyone no matter the cost. >> anjuli: he's usually in charge of helping the football team stay hydrated, but this week it was one special boy's turn to shine on the football field. my gosh. how cute is that? good morning to you. welcome to "good day tampa bay." it's 6:00 a.m. on this sunday morning. i'm anjuli davis. >> alcides: i'm alcides segui. we have lindsay milbourne to talk about the forecast.
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to the day. low cloud cover. we saw it yesterday. the rain holds off into the afternoon. the change is we shift the storms further inland instead of them building back west. out the door plan to be greeted by warnlt and humidity and it's 80 in clearwater and 79 in tampa. wauchula and arcadia as 75 and we're on the lookout for hints of low cloud cover kind of in and out. i saw visibility drop for portions of northeastern hillsborough county, inverness, and maybe some brief fog this morning. we're dry. sky tower is not broken. we don't have any rain to show you. we have light winds. instead of a light northeast wind, a general light wind today. what that will do is by 1:00, 2:00 a spot shower on the west build to a sea breeze collision tonight. we see a 50% rain chance. in tampa today it's about 40% coverage between 2:00 and 6:00.
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around. they have the work week forecast and talk tropics. there's still a lot going on, guys, coming up. >> alcides: developing this morning, a blast ripped through the chelsea neighborhood of new york city hurting 29 people. >> anjuli: right now it's labeled an intentional act, not a terror attack. take a look at this surveillance video. you see people walking on the sidewalk when all of a sudden debris shoots into the air and people run. a witness describes the the explosion jolted the area. >> it sounded like the fireworks but 1,000 times stronger and it shook everything and was book, book like if i was in iraq and a bomb dropped. that's what it sounded like. >> anjuli: four blocks away from the explosion what appears to be a pressure cooker attached to wiring and a cell phone was located. the nypd tweeted saying it was
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and was taken to the firing range in the bronx. they're still on the scene trying to figure out what exactly happened. >> alcides: the fbi is taking over the investigation of a pipe-bomb that exploded in new jersey. right now they say there's no connection between this event and those in new york city. the incident happened shortly before thousands of runners were supposed to take part in a 5k benefitting marines and sailors. it was in whether it went off. runners was scheduled to run by the area. thankfully no one was hurt. >> anjuli: this was at a minnesota shopping mall. a stabbing attack ended with eight people hurt and the suspected attacker dead. police say the attacker made references to allah and asked one person if they were muslim
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a terror attack. >> what we know it is is a lone suspect who attacked eight people. whether that was a terrorist attack or not, i'm not willing to say that right now, because we just don't know. >> anjuli: all eight victims suffered nonlife threating injuries. the mall wril remain closed today. >> alcides: in syria a u.s. air strike kille dozens of syrian troops and the officials at mcdill air force bay to release a statement. russia's u.n. ambassador says 62 troops were killed, more than 100 others were hurt on saturday. the air strike has threatened an already fragile u.s. and russian brokered ceasefire in syria. >> anjuli: angry protesters in mulberry made their voices heard after more than 200 million gallons of contaminated water
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their ke the department of environmental protection says they knew three weeks ago about the massive sinkhole but didn't feel the threat was big enough to go public with. that only made protesters more upset. >> the fact it was three weeks ago they found out and just now telling us, that is not okay. this hush-hush doesn't fly. the public wants to be informed. >> anjuli: mosaic claims the kaurt i they have offered to test the wells of anyone in that area. >> alcides: if you have a second, look at your tv screen. st. petersburg police are looking for this missing child this morning. 10-year-old robert preston seen right there on the right side of your screen wearing a blue shirt. he was last seen just after midnight in the area of 11th avenue south and 13th street. he was last seen wearing a maroon and black striped shirt with black shorts.
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danger. if you know where he's at, contact st. pete police. >> anjuli: a message for homeowners in citrus county. if you have storm damage from hurricane hermine crews are arrived tomorrow to pick it up. they will collect debris from every road with public access west of highway 19. make sure you separate the debris, degrees trooishs and limbs in one pile and furniture and building materials in another. they plan to do one month r monday, and no word on when the last pickup will be. >> alcides: in pinellas county people with outstanding warrants turned themselves in as part of operation safe surrender. the event gave those who have nonviolent misdemeanor warrants a chance to solve the charges. they knocked out 38 misdemeanor warrants. most of those were for missed court dates or code violations. the sheriff's office says more
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were collected in the event. >> anjuli: usf advanced to 3-0 on the season after taking a 45-20 victory over the orange. the bulls started out slow but picked up after the first". quarterback flowers led the offense for 183 yards rushing for 51 more. next up, the florida state seminoles at raymond james stadium. and speaking of florida sfat, i was giving lindsay a pat on the back last week for well-done. she's not happy about this one, guys. i got a kick out of this. the 'noles took a big loss to louisville giving up 63 points. the most ever by a florida state team. how does that even happen? my goodness. all right, for my gators bittersweet win. they shut out the university of north texas 32-0, but in the process quarterback luke del rio
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he could be out for next week's game against rival tennessee. i don't want to see that. >> alcides: tennessee volunteers are pretty good. as for the pros the tampa bay buccaneers look to build off their performance in week one. they have a big road game today against the arizona cardinals. jameis winston is coming off one of his best gains against the falcons. one heck of a fantasy week. that performance earned him the nfc offensive player of the week titl against a strong cardinals defense. winston will need big-time players to step up. >> it just shows the balance. i've said that since training camp. we have so many different weapons with running backs and tight ends and wide receiver. jameis is very unbiased. he makes his reads and go through his progressions and make the right decision to give somebody a chance.
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a whole morning of football planned today. scott smith and ricky reynolds kick it off. "tailgate sunday" at 10:30. fox nfl sunday rolls along at noon, and kickoff is at 4:05 between the bucs and cardinals right here on fox 13. >> anjuli: on the campaign trail bernie sanders and elizabeth warren make the case for hillary clinton on college campuses across the ohio. last night told african-american leaders to help protect president obama's legacy. she warned of a quote, dangerous can divisive vision from her rival donald trump. president obama said he will take it as a, quote, personal insult if the african-american community does not turn out to vote in the election. >> alcides: on the republican side, donald trump spent time speaking to supporters in houston yesterday. he criticized clinton's record on immigration, accusing her of
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the borders. a reporter was arrested outside the event for trying to gain inti to trump's speech. it was originally listed as being open to all reporters, but that was changed days earlier only admits traveling press that followed trump from city to city. the trump campaign said it was not involved in the incident or aware of the details surrounding it. >> anjuli: still ahead, an abrupt wake-up call for >> alcides: a small plane plummets into a home. it's a reunion 20 years in the making, the special connection between these two coming up. >> lindsay: at 6:10 out the door this morning. hopefully your sunday is off to a good start. we're dry for morning plans. temperatures range from the mid-70s to 8 degrees in st. petersburg and not much fog
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and foggy on thet coas shifting our winds means our best storm coverage is further inland late day. a 50% storm chance for southern polk county down near highlands. we look at futurecast so you can plan those outdoor barbecues
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>> alcides: a rambling note expressing hatred for police was found on the shooter after he was killed. the shooter has been identified as 25-year-old nicholas glenn. he's well-known by police, and he does have a criminal record. the city's police commissioner says glenn had a 9 millimeter ruger as well as at least three magazines on him at the time of the shooting. the commissioner also said he would have no difficulty believing mental illness was involved in glenn's actions. investigators >> alcides: a pilot and four skydivers are lucky to be alive this morning after the small lean merp this crashed into an arizona home. the faa says the cessna crashed into the gilbert neighborhood during parachuteoperations. local police say they were carrying skydivers for the annual constitution fair. the pilot is treated for burns. the two people inside the home escaped without injury.
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overpass. state troopers say four have died, more than 40 others are hurt. the incident happened around 3:00 on saturday afternoon near rockingham. police say a blown front tire is the blame for the crash. >> anjuli: lines are long this weekend at gas stations across the southeast after an oil pipeline spill in alabama. supplies in five states are threatened. the u.s. department of transportation has ordered the colonial pipeline company to fix te problem befe pumping fuel again. that company says somewhere between 252,000 and 336,000 gallons of gas has leaked since that spill was defected on september 9th. it's unclear when the spill actually started. >> alcides: a great story. a columbus police officer was reunited this week with the man that he saved nearly 20 years ago. this video was posted to the department's facebook page. it shows 24-year-old christopher
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pool poole. jones credits officer poole with saving his life after nearly drowning when he was 5 years old. after the emotional reunion, poole got to meet jones' young daughter as well. jones told him because of you, this little 5-year-old girl is still here. how amazing is that? > anjuli: that's a pretty serious hug there. you can tell he's so grateful. >> alcides: yes, it is. my 20 years after the fact. he was 5 years old. i wonder how that played out. >> anjuli: i don't know that many years later. >> lindsay: i wonder if he was on the job or happened to see him. i don't know. >> anjuli: i'm sure it means a lot to that officer, too. they don't get that reaction very ten. >> lindsay: never too late to say thank you, right? >> alcides: what's the forecast look like lindsay? >> lindsay: a little bit of heat and storms. we've dealt with this for months
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we have to wait a couple more weeks before we start to see changes in the pattern. this morning out the door, quiet, warm, no fog in tampa. a little bit of fog inland and we're at 79. we have light winds, and it is muggy out the door. you know, yesterday the rain that was around was spotty, showers shifted inland and kind of pushed back. i think we'll see more of those shifting inland this afternoon, but still dry hours to be had and really no fog this morning. i just continue to check in with the visibility. as we got a couple pocke low cloud cover northeast hillsborough, eastern citrus. so take it easy. you know the drill if you live in frog-prone areas. we're at 80 in clearwater and west chase at 77 this morning and plant city also at 77 out the door. i have 73 in inverness and dade city good morning at 76. no 80s sou of the bay but you're there. 78 in sarasota andmy yack ya city at 75 and bartow at 75 and frostproof at 77. we are dry this morning.
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west coast sea breeze scoot further inland. i think by 1:00 maybe a spotty shower on the west coast. what will happen today is both the sea breezes mean meet up near the spine of the state and that's a 50% rain chance. how about this, jel why making a comeback. yesterday it looked like it would fall apart. the storm that doesn't want to let go. this is the latest as of 5:00 a.m. there's slow movement, but slow northerly movement m of really no impacts for eastern north carolina, they could have seen a good deal of rain into the middle part of the week as this combines with a cold front. so we'll still be talking about this over the next couple of days. we have julia, and we also have karl and invest 96l out there near africa. it will head west-northwest but likely becoming the next named storm lisa. a 70% chance. karl was moving west and a minimal point as a hurricane into the of the week and
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for us today it's all about the storms and heat. 90, and scattered storms ifting inland throughout the day. as we look at futurecast, watch how delayed that sea breeze is to develop. by lunchtime it looks great at the beach. by 1:00 to 2:00 spotty rain shifting inland and where the sea breezes get going, polk county, hardy de soto and highlands. bunks are away. thank goodness they have the dome in arizona. 4:05 and 93 for sunny skies and temperatures in the triple digits for anyone brave enough to goed tailgating. go bucs. 90 for today. afternoon storms developing. storms are slow to move because of light steering. 78 for the overnight low, and monday added moisture but storms shift inland late in the day, 89 with a 50% rain chance. boating looks good. light chop today with seas at #
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some models wan to sneak in drier air late week and we have to monitor that. thursday it starts at 10:21 but it still feels like summer. >> alcides: lindsay, thank you. it wascary to watch. look at at unbelievable. three phoenix police officers just mowed down earlier this week outside a gas station. thankfully they're all expected to be okay. >> anjuli: this week they got a much-needed pick me up from lol elementary school fox's marcy jones has more. >> they protect our community from bad people. >> it makes me feel safe at night. >> reporter: when you heard what happened to these officers, what did you think? >> i thought like sad. >> reporter: whether this fourth grade class heard three phoenix police officers were mowed over by a car on tuesday morning, they wanted to let them know how much they cared. handwritten cards were the
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>> reporter: many sent well wishes and words of encouragement. >> thank you for protecting our community and keep believing and don't give up. get well soon. >> keep up, and don't worry about what's happened. >> reporter: some dug a little deeper. the teacher says even she was touched by the heart-felt messages. >> he said, keep healing, and i said what do you mean by keep healing? he said physical. your bones break and then you heal. i mean they want to go back and do their job. you know, healing isn't just about you getting better physically, but it's about wanting to continue doing what you love. >> reporter: even though they may have a lot to learn, these fourth graders get an a-plus in compassion. >> if i seen them walking i would dump my backpack and run up and give them a hug.
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them. >> anjuli: about 50 cards were sent to officers resting up this weekend. when we come back a look at local history. >> it's something in our dna that mixing one race. >> alcides: back to a time
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after world war two.. the venice airport wasn't just >> anjuli: after world war ii the venice airport was just open to planes. they had hot rod cars racing down the runways. once a month theirstrip l over the state came to the le area for it. now they're playing tribute to
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bonds and played a big part in venice's history. >> reporter: just about every young person in the city of venice was into one thing. >> anything that would make us go faster is what we were interested in. >> venice was a one-traffic light back then and they took advantage of it. >> i was accused of laying rubber down at venice traffic light every time i went to it. >> the concerns for safety grew. >> the chief on, and he's the one that decided we needed to do something to promote safety. >> reporter: instead of punishing those with the need for speed, the chief started an auto racing club coined the venice vag ga bonds. when i got into trouble he said, hey, i'm getting you intoot the vag ga bonds and go to work for standard oil gas station down
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from fort myers to ocalla, hundreds went to the airfield. >> they'd watch other cars go by. >> the races were shut down three years later after complaints of noise and all the traffic into town. 56 years later the bygone era is getting new attention with this exhibit at the venice museum. >> i look back fondly because everybody was helping everybody. >> reporter: as for the original vagabonds, they're still around and meet on while they're a little older, they still have a love for speed. >> since they put motors on frames, everybody has been trying to go faster. >> in venice, kimberly kuizon, fox 13 news. >> alcides: members met earlier at this week at the museum to relive the old days. it runs through the end of the january. still to come on "good day tampa bay," the united states air force celebrates a major milestone today. >> anjuli: plus.
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the message he was trying to spread when we come ba. >> lindsay: it's 6:26. out the door, warm temperatures this morning. but not a drop of rains expected really until at least 1:00, 2:00. it looks good over downtown tampa and quiet. not many cars on the roads. it's steamy out there. 76 in leesburg and9 inampa and venice at 77. it's a great beach day, but w light make sure you stay hydrated only a stray mid-afternoon shower or storm. better rain chance inldarit today. we time it out and have your
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good morning. thank you for joining us this sunday for good good morning. thank you for joining us this a" i'm alcides segui. >> anjuli: i'm anjuli davis. we'll have the forecast with lindsay in a second, but a quick check on the headlines. an explosion informant chelsea neighborhood of new york city sent 29 people to the hospital. witnesses from blocks away say they could hear and feel the explosion. at a news conference l the mayor ruled out connections to terrorism but called the blast an intenonal act. police and k-9 teams discovered a second device four blocks away from the explo and appeared to be a pressure cooker attached to wiring and cell phone. it remains unclear who was behind the explosion and what motivated it. >> alcides: turning to syria where a u.s. air strike killed dozens of syrian troops. they say 62 troops were killed and more than 100 others hurt on
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officials at mcdill air force base say the troops carried a raid again gens the islamic strike whether they were unintentionally struck. the air strike threatens an already fragile u.s. and russian brokered ceasefire in syria. >> anjuli: another big football sunday. the bucs are out west in arizona getting ready to face-off against the cardinals. jameis winston wants another standout game but does so against a strong defense. you can catch it starting at 4:05 yesterday afternoon. >> lindsay: 6:31. it's in the dome out west, but i'll show you the forecast if you're curious. the heat building in arizona, hotter than us here. 93 at that 4:05 kickoff, but it's a dome game so it's nice and cool in the ac there. live look over lake mirror in lakeland. improvements in the visibility this morning, and may see patchy fog but not as much and inland
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as yesterday. it's 77 in sebring and 78 in sarasota. at this point on september 18th we should be at about 75. so above average and muggy out the door with dew points well in the 70s. you feel it this morning. how about that rain yesterday? everyone say it. it started near the coast and shifted inland and pushed back west. the rain starts on the west coast and slowly inland. it's a 55% storm chance and more like 40% in tampa today with plenty of dry areas and plenty of heat, too. 90 and feels like near 100 this afternoon. stay cool. >> anjuli: in hillsborough county people took to the street to protest the dakota access pipelines. native-americans in north dakota have fought the controversial project for months now. here at home dozens packed the
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yesterday. they said it highlights the need for clean energy. >> the technology and resources are there to support natural energy. not to mention the present pipelines are not being maintained, are already causing issues. >> anjuli: the protesters represented several different environmental groups from as kro the bay area including greenpeace. >> alcides: so kick rehabilitation wk dozens turned out for a sidewalk around tampa general hospal. summer mol and her grandmother were there. summer survived critical injuries in a crash eight years ago. you can see it in the left hand part of the screen. it claimed the life of her mother. she's 12 years old now and doing well and attending school. >> anjuli: time is 6:33. a suspicious deathnvestition contues ts morning in marion county after officials say a
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ocala home. deputies arrived on seniority morning to find 40-year-old james rai unresponsive. held do sidents. though at the home say he was out of control and attacked them.s say they found a woman of a substance and needing medicalntion. >> alcides: mquito protection and prevention efforts continue to miami beach today, but that's >>ou y see all the big sig with the warnings. >> re, acally. >> alcides: there you go. the eand zas announced on friday after fiv were found with symptoms. officials in miami-dade county say the new zone will not be included in the goong aerial spray program. if no new cases are discovered toy, tn the zika advisory in miami's wynwood will be lifted. >> anjuli: staying i miami,
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dwyane wade made his way back to southflorida. on saturdayosted the d. wade comty bik ride. he and a dozen of miami's police officers took a six- trek through city placi emponhasi un. wade saihe message was more pershi year after one of his cousins was shot and killed last month in chicago. >> alcides: officials in india sa susperist attacked a base in kashmir. right now 17 soldiers and four attackers have been confirmed dead. the attackers used guns and grenades to target the soldiers as well. back in january six terrorists made their way into india from pakistan and opened fire on an indian airbase killing 11 people. >> anjuli: the strongest typhoon to hit china this year left 28 people dead, 15 more still missing. the typhoon made landfall early thursday morning in the eastern part of the country. this morning authorities say
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destroyed and some $2.5 billion worth of damage is left up behind. >> alcides: pope francis put on surgical scrubs while visiting premature babies at a hospital in rome. the pontiff was pictured holding a newborn in his arms and left behind a papal medal in each crib before greeting staff and parents. every month the pope spends a friday afternoon outside the vatican performing an act of mercy. after visiting the babies, we he not to a hospice to meet t terminally ill. >> anjuli: can you imagine if that was your kid? what a moment. >> alcides: that would be an incredible moment, no doubt. still ahead, the cost of good health is sky high these days. >> anjuli: one tampa bay cling is making sure everyone is taken care of no matter what the cost. we have that story coming up in this week's "faith in action." this week on "fox news sunday," donald trump does an about-face on the birther issue as hillary clinton returning to the up campaign trail after a
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making sure our community is taken care of. the jude judeo-christian clinic opened in tampa. they expanded over time. it houses 13 exam rooms, dental, vision services and even a pharmacy in there. last year they served 30 now thousand patients that fall into an income gap that doesn't meet the medicare or medicaid threshold. patients at the judeo-christian health clinic poverty line and don't qualify for federal assistance but struggle to afford medical care on their own. the free clinic works to get patients the services they need through pro bono work with doctors and the financial aid of religious congregations of all different faiths. >> we are faith-based in our support. we have are medically faith-based ranging from presbyterians to meth dits to
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>> anjuli: for more information on the clinic head to our website, it's wb be fox13news.com and they have a fund-raiser coming up and you're the emcee. >> alcides: taste of west tampa. they're in the 7th annual event, and ace big money-maker and fund-raiser for the clinic. as you mentioned, anjuli, they do an incredible job of helping the underprivileged. it can be of all ages from children all the way to adults, and they do such an incredible job. by the way, october 15th from 11:00 a.m. until 3:00. it's grown every year. this year it's going to be at al lopez park because they expect a big crowd. >> anjuli: what a wonderful thing they do. >> alcides: there's great music out there. you can do salsa out there, too. the food is really good, too. come out and say hi. still to come, a small gesture goes viral. the story of two friends and the crown they now share. >> lindsay: it's 6:41. sunrise about 7:18 this morning.
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outside this morning in tampa. limited clouds and that means a quick warm-up across the state. we're near 80 in tampa and 75 in brooksville. how about the afternoon with all the heat? 90 is above average, but the fall leaves mean the fall-like feel is closer. we talk about a chance for storms again this afternoon and
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weren't captured ok. donald trump compared his sacrifices to the sacrifices of two parents who lost their son in war. how would you answer that father? what sacrifice have you made for your country? i think i've made a lot of sacrifices, built great structures. i've had tremendous success, i think...
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[ music ] >> alcides: fly high. the time is 6:44. 6:45 now. today the air force is celebrating its 69th birthday. their achievements began in 1947 when president harry truman signed the national security act making the air force a separate branch of the armed forces. the military finally decided to separate the program after world war ii when they realized the valu >> anjuli: it may still be september, but in germany it's time for oktoberfest. the mayor of munich got the annual party started saturday after tapping the first keg. the festival will run until october 3rd. if you can't make it out there, the tampa oktoberfest is october 7th through the 9th. >> alcides: do they drink warm beer there you think? yes, they do. thank you, ail becks. a high school homecoming
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and family when he passed his crown to his friend with cerebral palsy. norwood is the team's manager and a really good friend of aiken. they were running against each other in the homecoming competition, but aiken decided to give up the title after seeing how important it was to norwood. >> i didn't know, like, when i would have the right time to do it. i saw k.o. and i came over there and gave him a hug, and i knew he wanted that crown more than >> absolutely. terrific. >> that's just what max is and it's what our team is, too. they love each other, and that's why we're successful. >> alcides: school officials aren't surprised at his gesture. they say their friendship is one of the team's best assets. >> anjuli: don't you hope you raise a son like that? my gosh. >> alcides: i know it. >> lindsay: i get too emotional before the weather segments today.
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you hit it right on the nose, too. we try hard as parents to make sure we raise good boys and good women. that's a perfect example of just that. >> anjuli: good heart there. my gosh. >> alcides: well, lindsay, yesterday it was hot but kind of scattered storms every now and then. >> lindsay: we got a downpour here and there that helped and it was steamy because of the rain. some small changes in our pattern today guys. we watch for even at the beach and early afternoon. for her evening plans that's whether we see the threat for stronger storms shifting further inland. looking good in tampa, a few clouds and good visibility and some warm temperatures out the door this morning. usf marine science cam shows if you have boating plans, winds are extremely light and flip-flopping whether we get the sea breeze. so this morning they're out of the east. this afternoon they're out of the west. either way looks gorgeous to start out the day.
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sebring and lakeland at 75 and 80 out the door in st. petersburg. the fall air isn't here yet. give it a few more weeks, though and then the first cold front may drop humidity some. i see signs of shallow, low cloud cover in eastern citrus and maybe eastern pasco, perhaps into interior portions of highlands county this morning. but improvements compared to this time yesterday. that's for sure. radar is bone-dry, and sky tower radar will the west coast with the west coast sea breeze, and then i think what we'll watch for today instead of spotty storms, there's the potential a couple more may pack a punch east of i-75 with a 50% rain chance in polk and highlands and a 40% rain chance in tampa and more like a 30% rain chance as the beach. so here we go. we have light winds, high pressure to the north, low pressure to the east. tropical depression julia still
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instead of falling apart may actually bring rain to the carolinas. speaking of rain, we have an actual cold front bringing welcome rain to the northeast. a lot of them are in a drought. behind the front it's welcomed and feels like fall. enjoy it in chicago and minneapolis, 66 in bristol, 72 in new york city. for us today 90 in tampa and 92 in bartow and lake placid. lots of heat. a lot going on in the tropics. we have julia with the advisory coming we have tropical storm karl which struggled this weekend with wind shear, but it will strengthen into the week ahead. not going to impact us and maybe bermuda. a new disturbance out to sea lifting north and west. 70% chance that becomes lisa. here's julia, 30-mile-per-hour winds moving north-northwest at 5. we've seen that moisture spiral around the center, so still tropical characteristics until wednesday now. as this combines with a front,
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carolina. here karl, 40-mile-per-hour winds in the atlantic. watch the intensity gradually building as this passes close to bermuda as a category 1 next weekend. a couple of areas we're watching and none impacting us. more heat today with a 40% storm chance. i couple will be stronger inland and by 10:00 we're down to 78. as we start out the work week with that light onshore wind, may see a couple of coastal showers in the morning shifting inland late in the i keep that rain chance on monday at 50%. seven-day forecast shows we shave it back some on wednesday, but this is typical rain coverage for this time of year. average highs are around 2:00 with highs in the upper 80s near 90. >> alcides: it's the biggest night in tv. stars prepare to hit the red carpet tonight for the 68th annual primetime awards. >> fox's julie cheng has more from l.a. >> there's no hiding from this.
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of "game of thrones" foxed by the people versus o.j. simpson and fargo receiving 22 and 18 respectively. >> i need to show that i'm a lone, fierce she wolf. >> "veep" leads the comedy series category along with modern valley, silicon valley, transparent, unbreakable kimmy schmidt and members of none and blackish. star anthony nomi nominated. the americans and mr. robot are the newbies in the drama category along with better call saul, down ton aeby, "house of cards" and "game of thrones." >> that's twisting in the wind for 17 years. >> plus empire's taraji henson is back with her second nomination. >> you got to know, i never pick
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emmy-winning role or that oscar-winning. i never, ever even think about it. >> do you plan on getting breasts? >> with 15 online platforms up for awards and cable networks continuing to dominate, the viewers are the true winners with even more programming to watch. >> anjuli: coming up the from it night lights were brighter at one high school in michigan. >> how the stage was set for a
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it's a memory i will definitely take away with me for the rest of my life. >> anjuli: finally this hour an act of compassion and teamwork on a treat football field. it's a play that one student and his teammates won't forget. the special needs player ran the randy explains why in this heart-warming story. >> reporter: it's friday nights lies at novi high. for senior robbie hyle, the moment of a lifetime. but first, the back story. robbie has down syndrome, even seo he's the heart and soul of this wildcats football team.
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years as the water boy. friday night he was so much more. >> he brings, you know, that infectious enthusiasm our kids love. no matter how bad a day he's having, it's a smile from ear to ear and an opportunity to put the mel met on tonight brought tears to my eyes. >> with the help of the cougars coach burnside calls a play just for robbie, a hand-off at the 40 and hyle high-tails it. one shining moment not just for ro robbie, but for his mom. >> me personally, i presently have cancer, and this team has just been to instrumental with helping me get him to practice when i'm at chemo. it really takes a village to
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has really been outup standing. >> we love robbie! >> everyone was saying we love robbie. how did that make you feel? >> happy. >> reporter: it's safe to say his makes theirs. >> anjuli: what a moment. both head coaches agreed to that special moment a few days before the game to allow robbie to have it. there was not a dry eye in the stands. much more "good
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new this >> anjuli: new this morning, 29 people are hurt after an explosion in new york city, and this morning police are still investigating a second scene. >> alcides: why didn't we know sooner? that's the question protesters asked at what they're demanding from mosaic. from tampa bay's number one news station, this is "good day tampa bay." >> anjuli: good morning to you, and welcome to "good day tampa bay." it's 7:00 a.m. on this sunday morning, i'm anjuli davis. >> alcides: i'm alcides segui. thank you for joining us. good morning, lindsay. >> lindsay: it looks lovely to start out the day. it may not team that great. humidity high and temperatures are warm, but, hey, at least its

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