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>> protestsnrlotte turn deadly tonight with multiple officers injured and a civilian killed. the chaos is not over. >> this could have been bad, it could have went really bad. >> how police make those split-second decisions. we h an insk at how tampa police officers train. >> no complaint of having a nice picture drawn of them. >> that is a tattoo of hillary clinton. why one winter haven man i wearing hisupportndis sleeve.
welcome. i'm kelly ring. >> and i'm mark wilson. thanks for joining you. chaos on the streets of charlotte tonight. >> they started screaming no shot him. >> did you see it happen? >>es seone shot and kild a protes that set off this wild scene with protestors throwing bottles and rocks at officers and police officers responding with tear gas. a number of people likel arrested and chris has been watching this for us. it looks ugly, chris. >> and it's the feed coming into our news room, chaos in charlotte. police are saying that a civilian shot and killed a man during tonight's protest but a lot of protestors were blaming police for killing the man and that caused tensions to spiral out of control, with people throwing things at police and
they believe agitating the situation and weaw pole usg tear gas on multiple tations. occasions but it was ineffective. kied the tear gas canistersen back atolice the police to have to disperse. seven police officers taken to the hospital with minor injuries and we heard from a woman who said she was there for what started as a when she witnessed one of the protestors get shot. >> she started screaming no justice, no peace and then they just shot him. >> did you see this happen? >> yes, she tried to cover up his blood with their bikes and it didn't work. his friend was sitting right there and next thing you know you didn't see the man anywhere. >> and that victim died. police say the protestor was shot by another not by police, but that message is not
they are hearing the reports about 20 minutes ago that the person shot passed away and they are plamein blaming police for t death and this protest was all about the shooting of a black man at the hands of police officers. we'll watch theurreges coming out ofnd we hope for calm and see how this situation resolves itself and how long that takes. kelley? >> thank you, chris. well, charlotte are in response to a fatal confrontation yesterday. police officers say they were serving a warrant at an apartment complex when they noticed a man with a gun unrelated to their case. 43-year-old keith scott. theolice chief says his officers told timing to drop the weapon and he did not and he was shot, but his family insist that scott was
book waiting in his car from his son to come home from school. >> and a tampa officer says he faced a a potentially dangerous situation this morning that could have ended in gun fire but instead he kept his calm. well, tell us. what happened? >> this all started with a call that came into 9-1-1 of shots fired and so the officer knew going into it was a volatile situation but still he never drew his gun. and it's impossible to say what would have happened had he did, but we are told that the other man was armed. >> chief of police, 9-1-1. >> one is out there shooting a gun. >> an alarming call to 9-1-1, shots fires near lois and bay avenues. >> how many shots can you hear? >> there three or so. >> a neighbor heard crying and an officer responded.
away and you saw a man standing in the street. >> he says the man looked angry and was pounding his first into his hand. >> the whole time he was screaming at me. >> but the officer tried to calm him down. >> i said come on, man, you don't want to do that. >> he says a tazing didn't work so you tackled him and then made a jarring discovery, denson had a gun band. >> it was jarring to think it could have gone another direction. >> just like in tul came oklahoma and other locations. those incidents are under investigatinvestigations but the incidents continue to put pressure on police, but this
his offices and the training they receive every year. >> let me see your hands. >> this shooting simulation is how they practice being nut that situation. >> doing this over and over prepares them for the incidents on the street. >> he says the training helps them and he has to tune out what is going nonother cities. >> i can't worry about that. i have to do what i'm training to do every >> dens no, is facing several charges including carrying a concealed firearm, resisting arrest and he did at this time did admit tofiring the gun befoe arrived. >> all of these incidents are so different, you have to be prepared. >> and the fall-out over the
the bay is continuing to sequences. evan is live in st. pete to tell us about the consequences for two city workers. what happened to them, adam? >> mayor kriseman announced the suspensions today and the councilman tells me it could all come down to how they handled the closer of this plant just >> there were times that as a councilmember i felt misled. >> he says he feels like the city and its staff have been hiding or disrepresenting details about the disastrous state of its sewer t system and that that has likely led to the
>> any time a staff member comes to me and giving half information or wrong information, i'm going to challenge that. >> he says there were times when leavitt's numbers didn't watch state records. gibson and leavitt's suspensions come after of sewage were dumped into the stay, and allegations that closing the plant would overwhelm the city and lead to overflows. a phone interview also disputed the claim that the water was clean. >> it's not healthy for the people surrounding that water. >> according to kornell, the suspended director's job may be
expected to talk about the suspensions during thursday's city council meeting. >> when you put someone on unpaid administrative live, there is usually a decision being made to keep or not keep that person. >> >> the sewage crisis is getting national attention, with senator marco rubio calling on the epa to get involved and congressman jolly is calling for whistle blowers and others are calling for a state investigation. >> evan lambert reporting throughout for us tonight. thank you, evan. well, a big show of support for one presidential candidate. >> a local man is taking his devotion far beyond casting a vote. >> half of the people are going to hate me for it and the others are going love me for it but i'm happy with it. >> what do you think was the deciding factor that drove this
tattoo. >> and from humble begins to a reception at the white house? coming up the turning point in a local fashion designer's career, taking her on the journey of a lifetime. well tell you ball it. hey, there, paul! >> happy last day of summer, and it certainly was a summer-like day, back in the 90's and with active ray bar but now not so much. the seven-day forecast lookings a lot like most of the summer's
we are one nation under god. that black and white, we are one nation indivisible. that republican and democrat, we are all americans. i'd like to punch him in the face. you know what they used to do to guys like that? they'd be carried out in a stretcher, folks. i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters. priorities usa action is responsible
>> all right, updating you now on the giant sinkhole that caused water concerns around the mosaic plant in mulberry. the company has released data saying that the water quality in the area surrounding their plant property has not been compromised. the spreadsheet shows test results from depths that ph, sulfate sodium and conductivity are all in acceptable ranges. the other data shows that no contaminants have reached the wells and the dc is also on site doing their own tests. >> we showed you a story last week about a man who tattooed
just a matter of time before someone got hillary clinton tattoo. >> i think dedication is the right worth. both of them truly dedicated to their candidates and now they are linked to them for life. >> three hours. >> it's going to continue to hurt as much as it did. >> three painful hours. >> it hurt. towards the end, a lot more, but it was worth it. >> he is democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton. >> wow! that is no mistaking who it is. i'm happy. >> instead of just talking about heroining i wanted to do something to prove it and put my money where my mouth is. >> i even gave her some eye lashes and she can think me for that later when she is
art. >> we had a good time with it. >> a good time that will last a lifetime. >> oh, it's absolutely gorgeous, and i couldn't ask for a better one. >> he says if clinton doesn't win the oval office, at least he has a story to tell. >> she looks like my mom at 20 or 30, and i guess i could also put "mom" under it. >> better. >> and again that was ron morris' first ever tattoo and he is already considering his second. as a life-long democrat he is considering getting 44, the portrait of president barak doobama on his other arm. >> interesting for sure.
>> certainly is. well, let's go over to paul, and find out -- it was pretty rainy out there today, paul. >> some spots, se st zephyrhilla thunderstorm that sat over there for about an hour, and autumn begins at 10:21 tomorrow, but first a great sky tonight. check it out, picnic island, kind of like a combo rain and sun sh shower pouring over tampa today from ron, and then this one from carbon, and finally this, the cookie monster. and this makes sense. the last sunset of summer has to look hot and that just looks hot
sarasota buddy val. and today we had sebring boundaries and the storms that popped up roams around and did produce locally heavy rain around tampa bay, but this time of night and year t's dark now at about 7:30, and the only rain i can find it down in highlands county, and that's about it. we'll feature showers and rain showers tomorrow but the rain coverage should not be you z hear some thunder and rain showers south of you, and that is really about it as far as the rain goes. 91 in tampa, 92 the high in sarasota and wrapping up the summer, including the numbers from today, 79 days this summer, 90 or above in tampa meaning only 14 days where the high as 89 or below.
stats, too. 90 days so far this year, and 96 in tampa and we averaged 73, and the average i 52 days 90 or abov and 76 in the average, we hit 52. is this the one that really sticks out, sarasota this year, 105 days -- 1 105 days! 58, 58, and that is because this summer there was not a wind off of the gulf. that is our cue, cooler, a long hot summer along our west coast and we don't see significant cooling until early to midoctober. in the tropics you have karl and lisa. karl is a tropical depresendepressionand should bel
away by early next week, and lise, that is a saying good bye and that's that. and moisture especially tampa bay south producing a few showers and thunderstorms. i don't see much in the way of rain coverage. highs will stay near 90. plutoy with midsummer heat on the last night of summer, and 77. your first day of how partly cloudy and a few storms and back up near 90 on friday, and the same deal, if you're going to the florida state usf game at ray-j at noon, it will be high heat, around 90 or to, and staying there on sunday, with rain chances 20 to 30% every day. back to you. >> we can live with that, paul,
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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 takes democrats and republicans working together. that's how we got health care for 8 million kids. rebuilt new york city after 9/11. we've got to bring people toer. that's how you solve problems and that's what
>> investigators are talking to a person of interest in the murder of a 95-year-old highlands county man. they arrested lace melitta heflin on unrelated drug charges and they are talking to her about the death of dominic demundo. found murdered in his home in sebring, and deputies say it was a and the murder has left so many neighbors wondering why this had to happen. >> he helped us with some things here that went wrong with the house because he was a builder. and he did this with other people. somebody must be deranged or something. i don't understand it. >> detectives are asking for help in identifying anybody who may have been doing work at demundo's home. anyone with information is
county sheriff's office. >> and tarpon springs say they have arrested a man who went skinny dipping in stranger's pool and then helped himself to two beers. he reportedly broke into the home and one of the homeowners told they saw the hole thing unfold. >> a rang the door bell and i have him on camera, and i went around back and took out of all of his clothes and got in the pool, and now he is leaving out the front. >> he left his phone behind, and he was arrested. he is out on jail on bond tonight. >> and did the man accused or
>> we are continuing to follow a second in charlotte, north carolina after a deadly officer-involved shooting yesterday. the city now saying the person she said was shot and killed is actually alive but on life-support. police say the person was shot by another civilian and they also are confirming that one of their own officers was hurt and taken to the hospital. police in riot gear are using tear gas and flash-bangs to try
them out of the uptown charlotte area, this while nearby businesses are being a lotted. looted.>> and ahman rahami is bg held on bail, although he is still in the hospital before afr being shot by police. >> investigators are trying to figure out a motive and to see if he had help. new york are not suspects but witnesses with a connection to the bombs. >> we located footage of two men we would like to talk with. >> they were seen removing the device from luggage and then left it behind. >> i think they were more interested frankly in the bag and not what they were taking out. they are witnessing -- >> the appeal comes a day after
multiple bombs in new jersey and new york city. the charges include using a weapon of mass destruction which carries a penalty of up to life in prison. >> the evidence shows this was a premedicated act of terrorism. >> a blood-stained journal was seized from him after the arrest. >> a hand written journal found at the time about jihad, pipe bombs and a pressure-cooker boom along with references to reach preach and osama bin laden. >> this shows our unwaiverring commitment to finding and prosecuting those who commit or attempt to commit acts of terror against our nation. >> surgeons say ahman rahami is
transferred to new york when he recovers where the first case against him will proceed. >> the florida department of law enforcement wants to boost the state's ain't terrorism efforts. the fald rolled out a $20 million spending hike, 6 million to cover the cost of several antiterrorism squads. they are also working with legislators in tallahassee to change state laws and criminalize certain terror-related activity. >> we went to many funerals with the governor. i went to the morgue. we can never let that happen again in florida and i will do everything in my power to prevent that from happening and i think this will help us to do that. >> the commissioner says additional changes to state laws and their budget will come when the legislative session starts but not until march.
manatees. and there is the evidence. officials were called to a creek and witnesses told them a man was riding a manatee. and when they got them the man was touching and lying on a cow. >> well, democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton stopped by orlando today to talk about her plans for the economy if she is elected and at a community center on the west side she committee for people of all walks of life with an emphasis on helping people with disabilities. she wanted one in five americans living with a disability and too many people that find themselves with too few opportunities. >> whether they can participate in our economy and lead rich, full lives that are as healthy and productive as possible is a reflection on us as a country,
we are falling short. >> this is likely clinton's last appearance in the orlando area before her first debate with donald trump next week. and tum trump had an awkward mot on the campaign trial in ohio. while someone was introducing him, don king drew gasps and some laughter when he used the n word when he observed some race defining people more than the content of their character. and he expressed concern that the shooting of an unarmed black man many tulsa appears to be a tragic mistake illustrating the need for more police training. >> and for this designer,
splash. >> i thought this would be a business and it was like a light bulb went off. >> her career in fashion was just beginning to take off and people were starting to take notice. >> when i started my business, it was just coming out and i thought i would love to be on runway. >> and then it happens. >> two and a half years later i and i literally dropped to the floor. >> followed by an invitation to the steve harvey sh show but then it turns into an invitation to the state of women's summit, even oprah made an appearance. >> it wanted to celebrate the achievements of women and change agents. those doing amazing things within their communities.
the final chapter of a life against the odds but for this designer it was just the beginning of a career with promise. >> i feel like i'm making streets so where i want to be, still not where i want to be but i'm trudging a path of success and i'm excited about the journey. and if you can come to the white house and have a chat with the first lady with her as your mentor, there is nothing you cannot do. >> she is working on designing for s already in talks with hsn for some products. the future is bright indeed for her. >> that is great recognition, and then how about this, a long-awaited ferry coming to the tampa bay area. >> when it's going to hit the water and how you can get a free the app that helps ease the headache of the after-school pickup routine....
those stories and more tonight on the fox 13 11:00 news. >> the cross-bay ferry will begin service in about six weeks and if it's popular, and we hope it is, the operators say they will exp expand the service. it will then near the convention center, a round-trip ticket will cost $10. and here are your dates. weekend service will begin on friday november 4. november 21-23, the general public can take a free ride, and then week-day service beginning the monday after thanksgiving, november 28. >> records as they say are meant to be broken and today a
overcame some major physical injuries to become a world-record holder. at just 24 years old that is amanda cokier and she shattered the long distance ride, she was hit while on a competitive cyclist leaving her with serious brain and spinal injuries. >> i never thought that i would ride again, sitting there wishing i could ride again and now i have the opportunity to ride every day as long as i want. >> and she will not stop. she is going to log about 200 miles a day finishing off her
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>> okay, it's our new favorite segment. time for the good stuff, and with all of the negative stories we have to report all the time we want and we want you to share with us and we want to share with you. >> per take a look at this, a columbus, ohio police officer is reunited with a man he saved from drowning around two decades ago. chris jones nearly drowned at a holiday inn pool, and this officer pulled him from the pool and saved his life. chris surprised him during a tv interview. watch this.
been under they told me at least 15, 20 minutes. and technically i was not still alive and i never thought of something that i would do 19, 20 years later that would come back and somebody would thank me. >> so how did this all come about so late? >> weeks ago, chris recognized officer poole's name on a facebook post and wanted his daughter to meet the man he called his g >> that is fantastic. i love that, and naomi fowler shared the good work that hopewell baptist church is doing. they gather food donations and make food bags every week and they are does discontributed to kids in need at jackson and robinson element schools and their goal is to make sure that kids go home with enough food
putting the bags together. >> and best of all the bags are full. >> and the kids are happy. now, a lot of people have been showing support for local law enforcement. >> and who doesn't love hot food. this hooters dropped food off at the sheriff's office, saying it was just their way of saying thank you with hot wings. >> and we want to hear about community. message me stories and mark stories, on our facebook pages, and fox 13's kelly ring and yours is fox 13's mark wilson. we love sharing. >> we all need good stories in our news cast, it's been a long year, but you have to help us, so send them our way. >> every year i have someone
well, now is your chance. >> all right, scotty. >> well, i wish we could continue with the good theme but we have injury news for the bucs. doug martin will miss perhaps several months with a hamstring injury and to it's back to charles jims and roger who is will nil while he is away, including this week against the rams. jameis winston is looking for a bounce-back game between he and receiver jackson has been a little off. he had been targeted 15 times for six catches and so why do they seem to be a little out of sync? >> if it was as easy as going in and snapping our fingers we would do it. but has it been that way a little bit lately? yes, and we have to figure out a
exactly what the reason is. we can talk about it. we can identify it. we can look at it on tape. we can go out and try to correct it on the feeltd. eventually it has to click or the elements has to change, those are your options. >> and your tomorrow is right here on sunday morning, for tailgate sunday and then at 4:00 it's the bucs and the rams right here on fox 13. to baseball and the hit a ton of bombs this year, in fact the most runs the yankees have ever surrendered in a reason was to the b bluejays at3 but today it hit 31 and they are closing in. after two outs, longoria up, and that shot is also out. that is his 36th of the year and
yankees. but not done, next batter brad miller with back to back shots, so they are now the most home runs ever hit against the yankees in the season and the year is still not done. it's back to back to back home runs for the rais as dickerson leads with four how many runs in one inning for the rays. a franchise had first, but they painfully dropped the game, and the yankees the storm predator series called the war on i4, points will be awarded for the two schools and the one with the most points at the end of the year gets the trophy, but florida state is coming to town and the usf defense is not too shabby.
bulls know that containing that seminoles offense will earn them some national respect. >> years past we would have look at this game we are playing florida state, this is a crazy big game but if we are not getting up to all of our games we would be 0-3 and be in these track games as you guys call them. every game is a big game. we just have to be prepared. >> the sign of the times is lo and the other side is florida state is very upset about that. >> and embarrassed. >> and embarrassed. >> and very hot. >> it will be nice and warm, on
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marriages because a new report says a third of married people disagree on finances with their spouses all the time, not some of the time but all the time. the fed decides to leave interest rates alone but indicating that at least one rate hike could be coming maybe by the end of the year. and staying put for now had stocks surging. and one company is better for you. one restaurant saying it will cut out all artificial ingredients in their strips and ingredients in their strips and bits used in golden outside or fluffy inside. deep pockets or delicious ridges. tasty egg or savory bacon.
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harmonic and it remeres this saturday in santa monica, california. and i will be looking forward to that. >> sounds amazing. >> time now for the fox 13 11:00 news. >> we are still following that news alert in charlotte. >> violence took over the city after a protestor was shot, and demonstrators attacked police, several officers are hurt, and the streets are filled with gas, we'll bring you the latest. >> sometimes you want to believe that people are going to tell you the truth. >> neighbors are still worried about their drinking water even as mosaic releases test results showing no outside contamination. >> the teachers are able to see me driving up in the caroline. >> speeding up the school dismydismissal process, the man behind the app that could help a