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with a faux pas power artist. >> anchor: uncomfortable issue with the local >> man: our system was overloaded. treatment plan overloaded. >> anchor: sounding off over sewage spills. how local leaders are being held accountable millions of gallons of wastewater being pumped into the bay. >> man: i cannot imagine what it was like for these two puppies. >> anchor: a pair of puppies mutilated. extreme measures authorities
>> anchor: good evening thankfully...things are now >> anchor: first option it will begin and scare with the florida hospital. this is wesley chapel. an explosion blew out air conditioning and hand emergency crews prepared for full-scale evacuation. thankfully now everything is up and nn >> reporter: we are still trying to figure out from emergency crews what exactly caused the explosion. it was in the air conditioning units.mergency responders were afraid this might be a major situation, especially when you hear an explosion in hospital. thankfully that was not the case. according to fire rescue about 635 an explosion knocked out
construction. no one was hurt. it was fear the ac would be out for hours. the hospital director prepared for full-scale evacuation of 126 patients. crews were prepared to move critical care patients. within a matter of minutes it was determined that evacuation was not necessary. shortly after 630 the power was restored. it was believed to be a minor inconvenience than a major issue. it seems to be up and running right now. things are cool enough in there. the hospital told us that all systems are up and running. they have no issues at this time. >> reporter: pascoe emergency crews dealt with something similar at bayonet for
knocked out power just before hurricane hurried rolled in. in that case ambulance were brought in throughout the region. in that case there was evacuation here today, that would not have been the case. this was not as urgent as that scenario. >> anchor: the explosion had to scare a lotta people. thank you erin. >> anchor: new at 10:00 pm, a pascoe county man is in hot water with the sheriff's office. police say this guy ran his car drop off line. he was charged with battery. frankly refused to go into the lot laying at the velma at the elementary school. when the voluntarism to move he purposely hit the 79-year-old volunteer. he has minor issues but expect to be okay. >> anchor: a pair of thieves caught on camera. lately county sheriff's are asking for your help.
business over the weekend. they got away with about $5000 in electronics. they also stole $1000 of things for charity. if you recognize these men please call police. >> anchor: state leaders holding local officials accountable for thousands of gallons of water piped in the bay from hurricane humane. live tonight at st. pete. did they come up with any solutions? >> of discussion. so far no decisions yet on how to tackle wastewater. lawmakers want to know how the problem at this far. and how can we stop history from repeating itself? >> the fishing charter has a lot of questions about what's in the water. >> man: is it safe to eat fish?
answers at tuesday's meeting focused on massive sewage discharge into tampa bay and overflows into the street. 240 million gallons so far this year. >> woman: were you aware it was happening at the time it was happening? stephen officials from pinellas county spoke of their own issues. >> woman: we were family maxed out. >> reporter: st. pete was in the highlight responsible for the mass majority of it. >> man: our system was to know why the treatment but close last april before improvements were done in the other facility. a 2014 report was ignored.> man: when it was decided to take it down, based on the data at that time, it was capacity at southwest. >> man: i never saw that report. city council never saw the report. >> reporter: somehow det did.
a permanent solution is 2 to 3 years away. >> man: trying to infill trait us system into the pipes. we will be lining our pipes. we will try to see if we can avoid discharges. >> reporter: today's meeting was capped at two hours. no public comment. state senator said today's meeting was based on fact-finding. the next meeting will be the goal will be to vote on a final solution in november. >> anchor: now we have a newsletter going on right now in charlotte north carolina. protester going on at this hour after a police shooting earlier tonight. charlotte police officers were searching for a suspect with an outstanding warrant when they observed the person, not the suspect they were looking for, inside a vehicle.
gun and got back in. officers approached the car the person got out of the car with the gun again. officers considered that him and him and it deadly threat and fired. no officers were injured. witnesses pay a different picture. they tell fox 36 in charlotte the man was disabled in reading a book in waiting to pick up a child from the school bus. detective saved a recovered a firearm. protester in full swing and charlotte. we will bring you developments as they occur. >> anchor: back here in florida, the number of zaga cases continue to grow. there are three new cases this morning. they were for new locally transmitted cases in miami-dade county. and for no one in hillsboro.
installed the last piece of equipment in their lab this week. now they'll be able to test mosquitos themselves for the virus. right now mosquitoes often have to be sent out for testing. they can take several days for test results to come back. sarasota county is shortening that own lab. they installed the last piece of equipment this week. they will now be able to test mosquitoes themselves right here. right now mosquitoes are sent to kissimmee. turnaround time will be much faster. >> man: once we identified those mosquitoes and bring them back here and test on first seek out, we should know within three hours. >> anchor: the lab will be up and running this week. employees will be trained
that will take a couple more weeks. >> anchor: two puppies rescued in alabama. they've made their way to the bay area. >> anchor: they are in for serious help tonight. why the dogs were brought here for treatment.> woman: after being in therapy for nine years, she just sort of gave up and did not want to do it anymore. >> anchor: children get tired in therapy. a special strategy one hospital is using to keep their student patients motivated. >> meteorologist: hi and 80s today. we hav moved to the east. they did bring us some thundershowers late today. the sky was pretty incredible. watch this as we continue with building clouds and
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the fact that people think that this behavior is okay is baffled.> anchor: that's rescuers and range. their ears were cut off was caesar to their hats. the doctor found in alabama. today, a local animal rescue groups stepped in. flew the puppies to tampa bay to get them help. the dogs are being at safety harbor being treated and loved.
heartbreaking. >> reporter: animal rescuers say when people do this, they just do not hold the dogs down, they edgy choke them unconscious. it is common practice in dogfighting. luckily for these puppies they were rescued before things got worse. >> man: this is a boy and this is a girl. >> reporter: who would ever want to hurt such an adorable face. they were rescued tuesday name charming and sister steer. >> ma be raised is fighting dogs. >> reporter: is a training method to train their dogs not to nip at the animals but go further kill. last week they were found
their fresh wounds where their ears had been chopped off her scissors preparing them to fight. >> man: we are not used to seeing something like this. >> reporter: rick cavity from the suncoast animal he got a call from the alabama and animal society. they said they needed help but could not afford. they called former baseball player and his wife nannie. they allowed their private plane to be use to fly from alabama to tampa bay. randy described the journey. >> woman: it waser we noticed they relax, it's almost as though they know what they say. >> reporter: .he sat in her lap the whole ride. they were made to be lovers not fighters. >> man: there happy. they love people. despite what happened to them, this is what is does. >> reporter: this is why tougher penances are needed for animal abuser nationwide, not just in florida and alabama.
information that leads to arrest. if they find the people to do this. both charming and peter will go to a foster home before adopted. anyone interested in helping out is encouraged to call the animal league. >> anchor: will think of mr. here and begin taking care of. >> anchor: a dog story of a difference sort. this is on pay. this dog proved he want to be a part of the hillsboro county fire department. this little guy showed up at 2:30 a.m. this morning and follow the truck in the grass. e wandered out of the neighborhood and made himself a part of the team. he looks great posing for the in the fire trucks. unfortunate he cannot stay there. they really want to get him
someone is missing a very cute dog. they're hoping someone can come forward to claimant. this is hillsboro county fire rescue. i wish they would given the exact location. someone out there knows they've missed this dog and can contact the hillsboro county fire defendant. >> anchor: the firefighters took great pictures. he is a durable. >> anchor: will go with me, he fits right in. >> anchor: so precious. we hope they find their way back to the family and he'll be okay. >> anchor: in the meanti, >> meteorologist: yes two dog days to autumn. look at the sky today. this tropical thunderstorm developing late in the day. this thunderstorm lurking, it is pretty cool. these clouds in the distance over tampa late today. some storms over plant city. this from andrew scale ohlone.
this is gasoline lazy. love that picture. that's pretty good.avid sharper good buddy in south tampa down by baylor! got a bonus rainbow on the left. an awesome shadow. this is for outstanding pictures tonight with cloud shadow debbie lacey again. the sun hits his tall cloud you get long tells shadows on the backside of the lightless wind today. multiple bands of showers. this is around tampa bay around lunchtime. obviously long gone. we don't have much in the area. some real late today but nothing big deal. temperatures sitting in the 70 degrees and low 80s.
this has been a theme that we have seen going back to june. every single day is warmer than average. so far this month, we had three days below average. it is because of clouds and rain with her mean. one measly average day. and since then we've been above average in september. file ahead. i know somebody saying what about last year? well it's tough to expect that to happen two years around. by following the advertises 81 degrees. average low is 64 degrees. we are coming towards the end of the season. on average when most of the hurricanes in the atlantic basin, we have moved past that. there is a rapid drop off of tropical storms from now through october. late october early november because the cooler temperatures
weather. obviously potential hurricanes in the gulf. two storms now, the first one carl. the second one is lisa. carl is become a hurricane. lisa probably not. carl is being watched closely by folks in bermuda. it may come close. hopefully it will move it by. lisa will just watching it. no real panic for that for the next four or five days. fo win. rain coverage every day 20 to 30 percent. this is pretty typical for us in late september. no signs of any cold fronts in the horizon. we have a ways to go. showers near the clouds late night. about 89 degrees tomorrow. same thing coming up on thursday which by the way is
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>> >> anchor: we continue to follow this newsletter out of charlotte north carolina. an intense scene after a fatal police shooting. protests going on right now after a man was shot and killed by officers this afternoon. there are two conflicting versions of what happened. the law enforcement version was the man got out of the gun armed with a gun in pointed it to police and the police shot. as you saw the sign earlier,
book when the police opened fire. right now the protests we do remain peaceful although the situation is tense.e will keep an eye on it. >> anchor: another protest a couple thousand miles away in the streets of tulsa. they are upset after a police officer shot and killed a black man on the road friday night. oklahoma's governor is encouraging people to remain calm. governor mary fallin described video of the trouble. she said their thoughts and prayers are with the family. tulsa's police chief encourages fairness. >> reporter: many of these protesters say they were chanting fire betty. they're talking about police ship officer betty shelby. she was responding to a stalled
tonight, information on the officer. she only wants face disciplinary action. video from friday night shows fletcher walking back towards his suv with his hands in the air. you can see the woman officer following behind him. three other officers follow, surrounding fletcher. he appears to put his hands on the vehicle before they tasered him. moments later shots our fighter. shelby's attorney opened fire when he reached for the window. fletcher's family said that is not true. a video shows the window close. >> man: we have technicians that have enhanced the video and stop the video so you can see clearly that the window is up. there is a streak of light on the window. it is coming down the car door. >> man: she told the dispatcher she is not getting cooperation
one shot was fired.fficer shelby. one tasered displayed by another officer. >> reporter: the shooting was a case of excessive force. the investigation into weekend bombings in new york sudden movement. protesters at the really are also calling for officer betty shelby to be arrested. so far it's being investigated. investigation and the weekend families in new york and new jersey. >> anchor: we are learning more about the suspects passed.
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advocates were on the scene, working with the families of those who were injured or killed. they coordinated funerals, set them up with counseling services, and helped make travel plans for out-of-state family members. they also served as translators. the efforts of these workers made it easier for the families to focus on loved ones, rather than paperwork and bureaucracy. >> >> woman: think that was to play few days they were there for week. >> anchor: each of the 20 advocates were given awards. >> anchor: children with disabilities can spend years going to therapy. doctor joe will show you how one local hospital is finding a
their motivation a nude. see on your mark, get set, go! >> reporter: it's what florida kids craved to beat the heat. these kids are using water to beat something else. disabilities. nine-year-old jasmine has cerebral palsy making the right side of her body very weak. she's needed therapy her whole life. >> woman: after being in therapy for nine years chic kind of, she did not want to do it anymore. >> reporter: they are trying something new. this summer, every friday south florida baptist hospital is offering pediatric and young adult swim therapy. this has ignited a spark. >> woman: she has been more voided motivated to do her stretches like pushing and
carolina google chila said the program has opened a whole new world. >> woman: they have been doing a year, two years, sometimes three years. some kids get in the water and it is totally new for them. >> reporter: 19-year-old alex crick has cerebral palsy. he says being in the pool eliminates his biggest nemesis. >> man: there's all this gravity on land. there is water. i have more control in here. spieth. >> woman: the deeper targets in the water the more your eliminating gravity. >> reporter: this therapy goes beyond the physical. >> woman: i asked him who was to be in the latter? of course everybody wants to be in the water! >> reporter: so now speech and occupational therapists are
four-year-old jeremiah has cerebral palsy. he's receiving occupational therapy and additional to physical theory. mother sandy says she noticed an improvement. >> woman: he is doing a lot better getting able to get up off the floor when he falls over.e's able to stand up again a lot easier on his own than before. >> reporter: overcoming everyday struggles by working in the healing waters as a pool once a week. >> woman: every years she ge better and better. we have less appointments. just normal therapy. i see some light at the end of the tunnel. >> anchor: the aquatic therapy program was so popular this summer that south florida baptist hospital intends to double the amount of patients for next year. the therapy is an extension of what the hospital already offers, there is no cost for patients.
great deal. >> anchor: the confrontation of the killer leaves a marine dead. >> man: it is a shame. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump says he alone can fix the problems we face. well i don't believe that's how you get things done in our country. it
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of the eyewear, no hands on the wheel no foot on the brake. it sounds scary. the federal government thinks otherwise. they are handing out new regulations for driverless cars. >> a 13-year-old boy shows off his car after a sharp bite. when this middle school or thinks about his encounter. coming up on fox 13 at 11:00 pm. we will see you then. >> announcer: >> anchor: a marine who served two tours oversee. one romero was killed during a carjacking on friday. he was leaving a cookout when a gunman walked up and demanded their belongings and then their car. >> man: they would not give up their money. he still demanded to car.
the marine was shot in a struggle with the government. >> anchor: we are happy to bring you a happy update. we are not reading this story now? >> anchor: okay well stay with us on the other side. >> sports anchor: we have more on the box this weekend taken on the la rams. plus we have usf. this matchup against florida state. what is tony's place before the game. we'll see it coming up in sports. >> anchor: thank you scott. a new segment we are beginning
medalist - david blair -- to report bad news.t is time to share some good news with you. this is a perfect opportunity. >> anchor: we know there is good stuff that happens all the time. like this right here. this is paralympic gold medalist. arriving home in utah after the paralympic games in rio. he was born with a club foot and had years of rehabilitation. he began preparing for the olympics after meeting a young boy with similar disabilities. he earned a gold member gold medal in rio. >> anchor: that is why they had the big parade to welcome him home. we also want to share some good stuff from my facebook page. this is on sue neil. shared the good work she and others are doing. female prisoners have been crocheting caps and down and
hope. they make about hundred and 50 hats every few months which are distributed to cancer patients. people who receive them often donate yarn back to her ministry which she gives back to the prisoners to make more caps. she also has her group make blankets for babies and neonatal unit. they do some good this would never be told. >> anchor: we must tell the story. if you guys have something out there you want to share. this is how you do it. i think we are calling it good stuff. you can share it on my facebook page. just message me stories. if you have some pictures that is great too. it can be little things are big things. we want to hear about the good stuff that's going on. >> anchor: it is necessary.
>> anchor: we haven't had update that we told you about 20 minutes ago. remember we told you about the dog that showed up at the fire station in hillsborough county. they could not keep him. here is the update. his owner showed up at the station to claim him. his name is chico. i guess it's lieutenant chico now. >> will have to bring chico back to visit the fire department. he just had a good time with them. >> anchor: yeah i was a great time. >> and scott's univar were saying about to baseball. >> sports anchor: a game where the box surrendered six touchdown. we'll see what happens in two scenes this season. they need their complementary
however we do not know the status of defensive end robert ayers. the injured anger prevented him from playing. spence picked up his first career sack on sunday. the team is looking forward to buzz back when. spence said he can sense difference in the locker room. >> man: i can already relate being away. it seems more intense and ready to go. we were like that lesser go to work now. >> sports anchor: get ready for takeoff 513 starting 1030 on sunday. ricky reynolds and i will break down the matchup. and then the rams and pinellas county t) 4 o'clock. >> noon on saturday. stakes are high for both teams.
bulls hung right rather than from us again. an electric atmosphere and it will be again on saturday. will he take his job is to be chief motivator.> man: to be asked not to say anything to get them fired up. the entire country gets to watch you. if you just think about it. the entire country. they get rabbit ears and you can watch that they should be fired up to play this game. >> sports anchor: has been a tough year for the race. this week they will attempt to leave the home fans. tonight kicking our final home stand for 2016. they're taking on the new york yankees. he slaps one here. into the triangle of centerfield. this one off the wall, both runner score.
>> sky tire radar forecast >> meteorologist: this is one of my favorite these are raise looking the other way, the opposite side of the son as you shoot across the sky. they look like they are ending a focal point off in the distance. that is really good stuff. i had one on my facebook page a while back. pamela, this is an outstanding a+ photo. i love it. >> right now we have temperatures in the 70s and
after hurricane hermione went by, and dropped the golf letter to 8182 degrees. now the lack of rain and sunshine, golf temperatures are back to 88 degrees. anyone out in the water at night certainly above 80 all night long. tomorrow there will be a light westerly wind. no showers. possibly 30 percent chance. >> the results of the pump. aaa says drivers are wasting over $200 million in gas on premium. here's something that helps you avoid paying for gas altogether. a chevy volt. we are reviewing the price tag on tuesday.
special tax credits will go down to 30 grand. to wall street and starts, barely budging from tuesday. the federal reserve must decide to raise interest rates. >> macy's join a long list of real tailors hiring for the holidays. they are hiring 83,000 temporary employees to help during the time holiday season. that's the same temp workers ph happy shopping! that is business. >> anchor: there is a lack of
>> >> anchor: in less than 24 hours show empire will premiere right here on fox 13. america's favorite hip-hop family left fans at the edge of their seat. season two ended in a explosive cliffhanger. elaine's family was in turmoil of course. jesse smolen who plays jamaal say fans can expect the lions to come back together.e also says deal with emotional estimates of the shot.
healing then he is healing emotionally and mentally. there is a moment of, he's going through ptsd. not just been shot, but also being shot in such a huge public forum. everyone is talking about it. you know, to get back up on stage is not an easy thing. but as an artist that's what we do. >> premiere of empire tomorrow night at 9:00 pm right here on fox 13. time now for fox 13 11 o'clock news. >> anchor: a frightening situation at hospital. >> anchor: crews were ready to evacuate the entire hospital. >> man: there was an explosion in the chiller room. >> anchor: the explosion shut down the air conditioning. we will tell you where the situation stands now.
tonight and north carolina. protesters in the street after a deadly police and valve shooting. two different stories from police and the victims family. >> woman: the water is the lifeblood of every person. >> anchor: why neighbors of mosaic said they should have been told center of any potential threat of the water. >> announcer: you are watching fix 13 and the 11:00 pm new starts now. >> anchorbe tonight out of pascoe county where the air conditioning thankfully is back on at the hospital.n explosion caused a big problem earlier. fox 13 is live at the scene. what happened? >> reporter: there is good news now. we still do not know what