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thought. and it is and a plant in polk county is 700 feet deep and pouring contaminated water. and keeping the form when something happens in their backyards. >> the governor received his first view of that remains of concern in mulberry. if they have done it wrong, we'll hold them accountable. it opened up leaking hundreds of millions of radioactive water into the ting a ting a which fer. and it took two weeks for the public to find out because according to mosaic it did not affect the water by law notification was only mandatory if there was a risk.
problem. >> there have been notification right away. that's a outdated law. so that's why they did the emergency rule signed yesterday mandates notification of a plugs event within 24 hours. >> four days ago the governor offered a different take about what he planned to do in response to the spill. he was asked many of the same questions and his response then were a little bit more elusive. >> shouldn't they be >> they started the investigation. they are putting that out publi. they want everyone to know, it is late. >> they started. they will keep everyone safe. >> the governor stopped short of saying the dep had a moral only gauge. they followed the law. it is outdated. they stressed the apology. , we have learned our lesson as
notifications. >> in polk county, aaron mesmer, fox 13 news. >> the governor said he will urge the lawmakers could make his order a permanent order. a mosaic spokesperson said it may be larger than expected but it's not growing. water tests will continue for concerned homeowners. the results are expected tomorrow. a case of road rage that ended without gunshots. deputies say a man who ran a stop sign pulled a gun on a biker but a deputy what happened next. and evan axelbank is general heh what happened. tell us, evan. >> reporter: what a scary and close call kind of a moment. deputies say the week in question, the car sped past this stop sign at 50 miles an hour. that's how fast it may have been going and there was a bike coming right down this street at
t-boned each other. deputies saw what was going on right at the moment it was happening. why? look at this right here. the sheriff district 1 office tey were here on hand to see what was happening. they were outside we spoke with daniel santiago the victim who was riding his bike to work when the car ran the stop sign. he and hits friend, who was on the way to shouted at the driver. deputies who were outside here talking with other residents saw the car stop, back from up down the block and they started arguing. during that the driver pulled a gun on him out of the glove compartment. the deputy ran over and found the gun and made the arrest. >> i just lost a son seven months ago.
wow i'll join my son. >> we cannot say all criminals are smart when they carry out the crimes. this was an unfortunate location for the suspect today. >> this is the suspect, brian cope copeland, 39 of tampa he has been charged withing a are aggravated adult. he is in jail on a 4000-dollar bond 16789 ed a the victim in the case told me that he was just were on hand here. he said they did amazing work to make you sure this went down wit a shot being fired. by the suspect for the deputies who responded. >> that's good news. >> thank you. she was set to testify against the man who shot her but she was gunned down and killed days before the trial. now could murder charges be
>> they are getting ready to charge him with a more serious crime. >> the victim was afraid for her life, she tried not to think about it but she probably did, for good reason, she was set to testify against the defendant after prosecutors say he shot her in the foot in january. but she never got to testify. days before the trial, she was shot and killed while she sat store. police named nolan a person of interest. her husband is convinced he did it. >> did you think that he would retaliate like this, not really be. not really. he is just -- he is just a coward, i'll say because you know why would you want to do that to to a woman anyway. >> aggravated assault.
the works for the assault charges but could murder charges be looming? the attorney who evaluated the case for fox 13 said yes, the state wants to get the evidence together and the reports, toxicology and anything. and once they wrap up the investigation they will hand it over to the state attorney's office. but there is no big rush since nolan is in jail and not going anywre solid case before they take the case over. >> and he is back if court in november. there may be a plea deal we'll let you know how this plays out in court. the polls are tight now and every vote matters in the presidential election. thr-pbtd is controversy over where one community wild vote early.
and low voter turnout. >> they will voice it she votes early why she is behind a push by the mayor an african-american community leaders asking the supervisor of elections deborah clark, a republican, for an early voting location. >> it is helping us out on the south side for those who are not able to go to locations like downtown to vote. >> the supervisor of elections said they w early voting location here in pinellas county saying there is no need to. because 41% of the voters now hand their ballots in here. >> the plan we have provides easy access for the voters in pinellas county. >> there are five early voting stations spread throughout the county. two of which were added in 2013. the mayor not happy,. >> you know i'm not sure what --
heels in as hard as she is. >> and the leaders who are pushing for the station are democrats and voter turn out in the e-- election is key, i will not put a partisan spin spin on it. you don't vote you tonight have a right to explain, the voter promising to make it through the polls but wants the neighborhood to have a louder voice. >> and they are trying to keep the democrats from the polls. and they are pushing away the idea. and in st. pete. there will be a mail in ballot drop off location at the center early voting at the designated station is on monday in a few weeks october 24th. so if you're in tampa now and drive the veterans you notice the roads are not as crowded as they used to be, here is why after what seemed like
done. and the dot said that the three lanes southbound are open and hoping to have the northbound lanes done by the end of the year. all of this will widen 11 miles at a coast of $380 million. >> i'm happy about that with the neighbors. >> and he is not supposed to be alive right now. when we come back how he turned a battle of cancer into an inspiration. a couple o tracking storms and watching the tropicsment. >> and right now though storms -- storms are inland. and let's talk about that and the prospects of a cold front
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rain things are quiet right now. we'll be tracking of course what is happening invest is short for investigation it's not a anpression yet. system today taking off from saint croix and did not find a sign of a circulation t is usually the central caribbean where the environment is conducive and moving east of florida.
and up by new england. but again the error on this timeframe. i mean it is huge. i mean can you look at the run tomorrow and the storm could be over here. or over here. we don't buy into that much. look at it. the european model the forecast is moved and moving over cuba bending back by miami the forecast op thursday. again don't fret about this. this will change. even hermine pounding miami that never happened. it got going and the models with
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the bolts take the home ice tonight in the preseason opener against carolina... and the bottoms take the ice in the pre-season. but ben bishop is back after playing in the world cup of hockey a wild off season to play. it did not appear he was back number 30 is back between the pipes t is a different pipes. it is a different feeling. >> i have been traded twice. itst the business side. when do you as well as we have it is hard to keep everyone. >> jon cooper had everyone on the ice.
steven stamkos. and played in the world cup game. he was healing from the broken wrist. now he is healthy. he is making another run at the cup. >> and pre-season games are meant for to you get back to your top speed and to get the season and so, you know i expect to be rusty with timing but you know like i said we had a tough camp. i think it well and we have to get back into the regular season game. >> usf coach ended his press conference by announcing the quarterback is no longer with the team. the third string qb sat out after transferring in. and step into conference play this week. >> and after beating usf last week the seminoled focused on
and 2002006 before he joined the staff he was lsu's coordinator and coach. he has some history there. many believe this is the one job that he would leave tallahassee for. he said he has had no contact with the people in baton rouge. >> i'm coaching football. no you talking don't do anythinm not talking about north carolina. >> and that's what we're going to do. and gators hired their new athletic director after six years of mississippi state. scott strike land is the new ad replacing jimmy fuller. the final start in the gain for alex cobb. and tonight for game two against
following the national anthem. and meeting at midfield and they would join hands both sides in a big circle kind of pay honor a moment of silence a prayer and in light of what we have seen play out in some of the communities and to show you know as the anthem some way want to take a knee but they came which point the falcons promptly and swiftly beat the saints. >> you're right a lot of the athletes don't want to be role models but they are. for a lot of people even some adults. any show of peace together. >> thank you, scott. people were watching 81 million
you know what they used to do to guys like that? they'd be carried out in a stretcher, folks. i could stand in
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i think viewers got a chance to start to compare us on policy you know policy is lost a lot of the time. >> what i enjoyed it. it was i guess the numbers came out over 80 million people watched. that's one of the biggest sws in the history of television. >> and nearly every adult at home in america with a television was watching the debate. they waste nod time getting back on the donald trump in florida and hick headed in north carolina. and as lauren blanchard claims they both won the debate. one down and two to go. [ laughter ] >> the day after the debate, both hillary clinton and donald trump are claiming victory, we won almost every single poll. cbs, slate, time.
performance and today in north carolina clinton said that trump did not show up ready. >> he made it clear he did not prepare for that debate. you know at one point he was kind of digging me for spending time off the campaign trail to get campaigned. we're trying to keep track of everything took a lot of time and effort. >> trump saying clinton did not have a strong start. >> i thought she was very bad in the first half when they were asking normal when they asked unfair she was better, and trump complaining about his mic giving clinton the chance to take a shot, i had a problem with the mic, i don't know if you saw that. it was terrible. i think was it set up that way on purpose. >> anyone who complaining about the mic is not having a good night. and more than 80 million people tuning in on the tvs and millions more on their computers.
bowl. lauren blanchard, fox news, let's bring in craig patrick it was big and the most watched. did it deliver. >> on several fronts remember it kicked off a discussion of policy on substance and the economy and jobs and the number one they show and drive voting behavior in the fall. there was controversy you heard donald trump complaining about a bad mic in the venue and saying that the cards were stacked against them. lively and very unpredictable. that was the safe one you didn't know what you are going to get. we got the debates and they were cordial and a bit muted at first and once they locked horns they did not stop for the remaining 75, 80 minutes of the didn't.@ there was a sharp contrasted style for the candidates. you heard it.
for taking four days of a and saying she prepared for this as she would prepare for the presidency. donalddonald trump and here andg the case that hillary clinton is more of an amalgam and too rehearsed and prepared. he will speak from the heart and consider and the 10 plus percent who have not locked in. and. >> they are the key. as hillary how does it set up the next one on october 9th. lively as well. in fact perhaps more intense. we're hearing this from donald trump he is likely to hit harder in the next debate. and stands to reason donald trump did not go after question s about the foundation as you thought. he touched but briefly on criticism of her e-mail controversy he did not get into the remarks about the deporable. there were opportunities where
clinton over and over he did not go there in the debate. and after engaging him a few minutes in and would not let up. he may be fiesty in the second round as well. >> he has a lot to talk about. what do you have coming up what will you talk about on money, power, politics? >> the battle of for the record and new they stack up in election. we may look at where trump and clanton may be vulnerable based on what we saw in the debate. on the issue of -- and clinton may be vulnerable based on what we saw in the debate. and they talk about trade and what degree they can effect the week and how we expect the race to play out by the end of the week. we will be talking about medical marijuana and new resistance the
that's coming up. thank you, craig. how safe are we 15 years now after the 9-11 attacks. that's a question that security leaders tried to answer. lauren blanchard was there. >> we see the global terrorist threat evolving. >> since the attacks in new york and new jersey and minnesota, security and counter terrorism leaders meeting today on and the director of national intelligence and the attacks are harder to stop and becoming more frequent. we're seeing the evolving threats that emerge quickly or suddenly. the chairman of the homeland security committee saying the
>> it has not led enough to accomplish the goal that the president laid out two years ago. >> reporter: the f.b.i. director said that if they lose a hold overseas they will look to the west. >> when the killers blow out they will come to western europe and then here to kill people. >> something making it more difficult to detect the small-scale attacks is technology that lets them hide their communication. a toll that will help increased outreach to the muslim community. now the gun found on secretary of state scott after he was shot and killed by the charlotte police was stolen. the gun was reportedly stole non-a house burglary. the man told police that he sold the gun to scott. scott's family denies that he owned a gun.
holding a gun. and it sparked several nights of violence in charlotte. and the investigation into the boat crash that killed jose fernandez. we're learning about a memorial. the public has been invited to gather for his final departure from the park at 2:16 a second visitation will start that afternoon and run through midnight in miami. a private funeral for will be thursday. investigators recovered a black bag near the site that contained the checkbook and four baseballs. senator marco rubio talked about the impact that he had on florida. >> he made the high school better, marlins better, all of baseball better. he made miami and tampa better. the way he lived his life he reminded us of how blessed we
nation earth. >> that's not bad for a 24-year-old kid from santa clara, cuba. >> his autopsy is completed they are not saying anything until the toxicology reports come back. >> house exploded in the bronx killing a firefighter and injuring 20 others. they responded to the call of a gas leak. they discovered a grow house. the house commoded near already leveling it. and michael fahy was on the street. he was on a 17-year-old veteran and the son of a fire chief. a heat wave is making a wildfire in california worse. now it has burned homes and forced evacuations it is in a rugged area in the mountains between the remote location and temperatures in the 90s t firefighters are having a hard time fighting this one.
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interplanetary system. this is how he open hopes it will work. they will have just enough fuel to get there until a booster would arrive and attach itself. it is off to mars. he explained why he is so interested. i don't have a dooms doomsday alternative is to be a species that i hope you agree that's the right way to go it will take 80 days and $200,000 for a one way ticket. he hopes it could start in 7 years.
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>> i love her, she is an icon in a few years. that's amazing what a voice and talent can do. >> what a voice. >> it is indeed. >> paul. good afternoon. a lot of stuff. remember the storm that a picture came in. worth showing this. that's cool. >> amazing. that is ryan clapper put that on my facebook page today. i tweeted that i think on sunday the next home game which is against the broncos that could
up high clouds in the distance. the west wind today. and the storms inland and heavy rain underway now in highlands county. and the visible loop looks like the clouds are going away. >> and and west as well. >> and now and most of sarasota is dry. lake placid has rain and down by palmdale. sebring has storms but they are weakening. the motion is slow. and bartow and auburndale.
the average high is 88. 74 degrees. this is going to be watching this another 9 to 13 days. not hitting florida. this is tough. >> you have a and heading for the sea. it matters how it is over the united states. and if the trough is deep enough it will move east of us. we'll see if that is going to happen. it is tough to make that prediction. you have to wait t is too far
chance will be a big impact the models show a dramatic a turn and then it is back to the west. but that far out you just cannot buy into it yet. the dew point is 70. and the winds are west at 7. showers and thundershowers diminishing. amazing how dry air is. >> these are dew points. some gets into the panhandle tough going. it will sweep through but we're
55 in minneapolis and the leaves are turning colors. storms most i had inland west to east. 7 80s. to 90s. and disappointed thats early forecast here friday, saturday, sunday will be kind of tough. i know in tallahassee if you want to take a drive it will be beautiful but locally probably not. >> and it's nice. it is a different department.
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church and football. we'll tell you about the lawsuit a school filed in hopes of keeping a tradition alive. that's on the 11:00 news. we'll see you then. how about this women with high risk pregnancies can spend time
unsettling and stressful. a mother who went through a high risk pregnancy started a foundation to help. as it is what's right in tampa bay. >> and expectant mother is getting a special delivery. >> at st. joseph's women's hospital in tampa just ahead of her baby's delivery. it is nice to see care and have things to bring. >> a basket of necessities to put together for those dealing with high risk pregnancys. >> they make a big difference all of our patients are under a lot of stress because they're pregnant and sick. >> it is an idea that came from a mother who had a scare with her own pregnancy, i was worried about whether or not my son would survive, she went up
her son. i never realized that your caught could break 24 weeks in, i didn't know how to channel my feelings of anxiety and fear. she started to think about others who had high risk pregnancy and did not have a strong system to give them comfort. out of that the foundation was born. we wanted to provide the items that helped them survive the stay and focus on themselves and the health of their b the gift bags through the foundation include a journal. >> a document and questions. keeping track of everything they tell you. >> and a calendar with babies who went from high risk to healthy at home. >> we have the same goal when you expect a baby, you want the baby to be healthy. >> kelly ring, fox 13 news. >> well if you would like to find out about the foundation
lights, camera, access. i have a winning temperament. i know how to win. >> okay. any regrets tonight? >> the debate the day after. i'm natalie morales breaking it down from every angle as yet another woman gets pulled into the battle. >> miss universe. >> he called this woman miss piggy. >> she gained a massive amount of actually have to be tough. >> so much you didn't see where trump opened up about what he didn't say. >> were you tempted to? >> very tempted. >> where is naomi? >> one week after brad and angie, i'm kit hoover with another huge hollywood split. >> she was sexually assaulted at a corner store. >> exclusive viola davis stepping up so others will get the help her then 8-year-old sister so desperately needed. >> i wish she had someone who