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in for mark wilson. i'm kelly ring. they said they were dressed as ghosts but leaders were not buying it. three high school students are being disciplined for their spirit week costumes. we have a social media post that had everyone talking. >> reporter: they have been talking about the posts and according to a spokesperson, we know that the they posted pictures and video to snapchat in the school parking lot before school. they say when they went inside they took off the hoods, that ts according to the spokesperson. when the leaders saw the full costumes they made them change and they would be disciplined. the costumes are a form ever harassment and the students could be suspended for one to ten days.
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to be kkk dress were seniors and minority students. two hispanic and one middle eastern. no matter who dressed up they were inappropriate. >> ghosts don't have pointed hats. hoods. >> it was clear when i saw the video what was being depicted in the video. it is any of our students. to dress in such a costume, another and was wrapped up in a confederate flag. he took off the cape and complied he was not disciplined. we'll talk to parents getting their reaction to all of this.
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the weather service up graded it this afternoon. >> paul told us that would happen. and he is tracking matthew and we have the latest. everything on track and today as it moves across from the spot in the caribbean that does not show much intensification and hurricanes and moving into a favorite spot where this can get cranked up. the models have this as a cat 3 or it is heading certainly in that direction. big blob of convection it is away from land. it is not being impacted. there will be land intersections. they are insisting on a track that's east of the estate, it is close but it is east and you know we would be on the west side of the storm parallelling our state on the east side.
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side. and that brings with it more rain and wind typically. we'll see if this plays out. what is happening and g-4 plane is flying around. and around matthew. all that data goes into the super computers. that's happening now. it is moving west. taking a turn. this gets close to us. it could be impacts jamaica, wyn ward passage and impacts to the caribbean. the margin of error on day 5 as far as the track position is about 240 miles.
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lots of rain. >> see you then. developing tonight a community is out a loss for words because of a thief. as family, friends and others gathered to remember jose fernandez, the star who died over the weekend. someone stole one of his high school jerseys. and aaron mesmer joins us live from the school. this >> those are a couple of words used by the coach and this is where where they handle that vigil. he was loved here. they barely had time. now they're dealing with this. a vigil brought out 600 people. many wanted to share stories
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in an accident over the weekend. two of his jerseys were on display here. one on the field. the other was in the dug-out. they believe that as the vigil ends they grabbed that and took off with it, only the hanger was left behind. and the former coach was irate when he realized what happened. >> it boggles my mind and especially when we're doing something nice for jose and thinking of him and knowing that he is not going to be with us any more. >> administrators don't think an employee stole the jersey. theyable fan or someone else who was out here committed the crime. the the principal wants whoever took it to return it. do what you can. come back when there is no one
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no questions asked. >> if that turns up people will do the right thing and report it. if they see it in someone's home they need to come forward, too. >> and this is -- yes. >> thank you. that's crazy. >> an end may be in sight for the battle with uber and lift and a compromise is in the works to enhance the measures. without chasing off the car serv and and it has to be voted on. >> that would happen on act 13th, that's when the ptc will vote on an approved set of rules that uber and lyft they will not agree to. there is a compromise on the table. it may be winning over some board members. events to bars. the companies like uber and lift are a part of getting around tampa.
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a couple of times a week. i use it for work. >> a battle could put an toned that. >> we need the members of the ptc to understand the rules if paced force ride sharing out of hobby hobby. -- hillsborough. they pull out over the sticking points they face here. fingerprinting drivers. the companies say the background checks, searches of f.b.i. and sex offender databases are enough. >> some would say, i would not support any coil or agreemnt without a background check. >> a level two background check requires drivers to submit their fingerprints a standard that they are divided over, what is wrong with having finger fingerprinting. if you have not do anything bad it will be fine, i don't see the
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>> it has moved forward with the requirement. uber and lift have threatened to pull out a compromise could keep them in hillsborough. >> what we did is we looked a the what is in a level two besides the fingerprint. >> and the would increase checks and not require a fingerprint. i feld like getting the rules on now and have them enforce enforceable was something that frankly think couldn't do anything else. >> the reason it waset voted on a 5-2 vote in favor of new rules that through the finger twinned. but they are divided whether they require that fingerprint test. now that the new regulations have been bumped up as far as the checks go.
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just one swing vote in the mix. that commissioner ken hag -- hanan i should say -- hagan i should say. he denied our request for an interview. we'll have to see on october 13 how he reports on this. >> that is interesting and the development significant. new at 6:00. deputies described this dog. this case of abuse walked through the front doors of animal services. and as kimberly kuizon reports it was not hard to make an asset. one thing he was doing a good job when she brought the border boli mix to the sue main saturday.
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from its back. it was a stray. what they found friday surprised them. >> it was her dog. >> and the number we found it was registered to the defendant. >> and she adopted her from the humane society. she said she was working so much she could not feet feed the dog. >> drew said she could not come up with 390-dollars to return him back to the society came up with a lie, she did not want to get in trouble. >> she basically tried to put the blame on someone else. >> he weighed 25 pounds. he was down to 20. if left a little longer he probably would have died, she said she could not afford the dog. there were several options for her to get help.
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where see adotted they gave away free food to those who could not award it. the dog is recovering. the diets were there. it was a happy dog it needed food. kimberly kuizon, fox 13 news. >> he is now at the he will find a new loving home. >> a lot of people will line up to get him. st. pete is facing a lawsuit over a sewage spill. three environmental groups are stewing for violating the clean water act. the lawsuit calls for up greats and money to pay for damage done by the discharge. the mayor said they are working on a fix but cannot promise it will not happen again.
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doing right now to help in the event. we'll do what we can. i'm not going to sit here and make promises that you cannot keep to the community. any of the public official who promises interest will be no during is lying. the council will talk about opening the alfred whitted treatment center. a new addition.
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a new high-rise will alter tampa's skyline in a few years.. the mayor says.. h-r-i properties of new orleans
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and kennedy boulevard.. right next to old city hall. the the plan is to develop a building with a hyatt. 200 residential units. 7000 square feetlac and garage. it will be finished by may 2019. >> a lot going on down there that's for sure. >> a lot of construction when you get there. all right. we have, we had some off and on. >> it feels like the middle of summer and when it goes by last week. and around the atlantic and bring down drier and less humid weather. we stay soupy.
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same thing in manatee. you cannot see much. can you see rain from the gulf as expected. drier as you had north of tampa bay. this pattern will not change tomorrow. showers rolling in. and the gulf during the day. a couple of showers and with the heat tropical m up from tampa bay south. you saw the view it is right in the middle of this storm here it goes down to mulberry. and serves in manatee where you see lake wood average. that is down to sarasota. and right now. a couple more areas of rain off the coast.
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and heavy rain. holmes beach. everything from west to east. more showers. light rain and, that's a buy product and rain in the afternoon. it is pretty much natural air conditioning. and could impact us this weekend. >> and 61 in panama city. and that's about it. this is hurricane math eye which is moving towards the eastern caribbean to the central.
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an hour. the water is warm. this should be a hurricane. a major hurricane is a category 3 or higher. i think that's going to happen with matthew. the models pickin up on that right hand turn. there are no reliable models that show a turn to the w over the state. and the jet which is sampling the and matthew. and that will get into the computers tonight. that should give us a better forecast as we go forward. this is moving west. and the turn. and at least a cat 2, maybe a 3 that impacts the caribbean as
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the pattern that will fofern the motion of matthew is complicated t is a ridge and and force the hurricane to go in a certain direction. the models are right and stays east of the state. here is the gfsa hurricane taking that big right hand turn off the coast of new jersey it is the -- off the coast of new england. taking a turn. parallelling the state. and moving up to the northeast. that could bring dry air our way. the forecast now goes like this. we'll have a west wind tonight. more coastal showers later tonight we're down to 78. for tomorrow more afternoon showers and some in the morning
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88 on sunday -- drier. 88 on sunday. supports in the afternoon. along the coast and the temperatures in the upper 80s. scott, you're in the right place. cool in amalie arena. >> and pre-season game two bolts and panthers. bringing out the big guns. we have jon cooper on the other side. vo: we asked women in pinellas county to describe congressman david jolly in one word: woman 1: dangerous. woman 2: backwards. woman 3: out-of-touch... woman 4: that's 3 words. vo: david jolly shares donald trump's backwards agenda for women. jolly opposes a woman's right to choose and voted to defund planned parenthood and deny women access to basic health care like mammograms and cancer screenings. woman 5: i have 3 words for david jolly...
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welcome back to amalie arena. pre-season game number two for the bolts. we have jon cooper hear back with the team and the off season out with the world cup. >> when you take the 20 brightest stars under 23 and put them in the ice that's fun. it got to a point we were throwing the puck on the boards and saying go. so much speed and talent. it was like an energizer to send you into camp. >> what do you want to get out
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playing tonight. >> now that it is coming into the fourth season i have been here a while. i was up on stage. they have been drafted and it is great to watch. during the year. >> a lot of them coming in. >> and the 23 guys. >> and they tell emit's not the 23 that make the team that help us win it take 35 with injuries and things that happen. so thi and show us what you can do. i have been here a couple of days. and they're really showing us a lot. >> and able to retain and keep the guys in the future.@ are you coming into the season. and i'm assuming what you hoped for and getting them resigned. when you watch this and in the
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as a head coach how does that make you feel? >> when are you with a team you want to stay as a team. we have a lot of unfinished business. you think about a lot of turn over and we make that run to the final. last year we're one game away and there is ride and they want to be here. they love playing under jeff and steve and you look at this. look at fan there are 11,000 people there. that's -- that's phenomenal how the city has really grabbed the team. we love being here. that's why they are signing back. as i said we have unfinished business. >> one that are you in. and andrei. he is a big piece of the future. it may be uncertain for him.
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goalie. do you mix it up. >> i this is a sport and we love it. there is a business side to this. are you seeing that with, you know in the midst of shrine signing contracts. stamkos went through it. guys will go through it coming up. that's the other side of the game. when it comes to bishop and vassey. that's why we have won. they are big reason why we win. we're looking at that. those are the guys. >> jon cooper and back into you. >> we're excited about the season that's for sure,ky not believe we're talking about hockey already. >> how many shopping days until christmas. >> and ahead. health officials have been investigating a case of zika.
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without being bitten by a mosquito. what they discovered. a train packed with commuters tops at the end of the line in new jersey. one person has died hundr i wore a badge for 38 years knowing how much you trusted us to keep you safe. yet when a officer was killed in action florida was not doing enough to give their families the help wrong, so we changed that law. to ensure these families get the benefits they are entitled to and the honor they deserve. dana young has our back and she has yours. dana young for the florida senate. a return to common sense. i think my strongest asset, maybe by far, is my temperament. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell you.
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and sound lights went out and the roof came down. a the height of rush hour a train failed to stop and came off the track and went into the station. unbelievable scene there. a person was people injured. that was made up of three passenger cars. and there are cameras on that recorded the moments. investigators are on the scene and so is joel waldman. add 8:45 a.m. a train did not stop crashing into one of
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>> lights were out. and then the roof came down, the train went smashing past the end of the line barrier and crashing through the pillars collapsing a section of the terminal's roof. >> and he was helping people he did not realize it. >> and the debris killed a woman in the station. and injuring more people. >> and. >> along with the civilian tragediers who assisted in a evacuating the trains as quickly as possible and happying with the those injured. >> and the engineer has been
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it came into the station and into crashed into the wall of the terminal. investigators and the ntsb are now on the scene, still no word about about what happened. we learned the engineer has been released from the hospital and is cooperating with the investigation. for years now railroads have been under government order install positive train control that will slow down a train but the work has gone slower than expected. the deadline is pushed back to the end of the year. this train was not equipped that technology. >> and all right, chris, splice not released the name of a teen accused of opening fire at a school or the motive.
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tonight. a volunteer firefighter tackled the teen and held him until the police arrived. and he killed hits father before driving to the school where he crashed through a sends and 14. and we have learned that the u.s. twice tried to depart the black man shot by the police in california alfred olango is from tuesday after pulling out an electronic cigarette. he was acting eratically. he had been convicted on drug and firearms charges in the past. the embattled head of wells fargo faced another day of testimony as the sales practices come under fire. the ceo was grilled for four hours. and this comes after an
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fargo employees opened two million accounts for customers without their mer mission to meet sales goals. things were heated when a representative where it was a force blasted stump for not sticking to the code of conduct. >> you have failed. you failed in you your own standards, you broke a long standing law and defrauded customers. how can you rebuild trust? >> wells forgo will pay a $185 million fine and restitution who incurred fees because of the accounts they didn't even know they had. >> candidates have 39 days to convince voters they're the right one for the job. they are hitting the trail harder than ever.
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iowa and donald trump stumped in new hampshire. >> the people of new hampshire and everywhere else don't care about bernie sanders any more because now they're looking to the future and the future is going to be something special. >> donald trump returning to the swing state of new hampshire today. the same state where he won his first political primary, he fights back that he did not prepare for his first debate against hillary clinton. >> i had to put and fight the anchor all the time on everything i said. what a rigged deal, his running mate taking time away from prepare. >> you have to love donald trump. all talk, no action, never going to happen. >> and hillary clinton back in iowa since winning the state's first in the nation's caucuses, it coincides with the early
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politics average of polls has trump beating clinton by 5 points. she laid out the stakes of november's election and urging those in the state to vote early. , we have 40 days to win an election that can affect 40 years in the country. >> can you make a difference in the election. >> she has been on the trail since the debate with headline speakers with the president and his and daughter chelsea. all being dispatched to rally support for the contender. in washington. one day after congress overturned the president's veto of a bill allowing families of 9-11 victims to sue the move may have unintended consequences.
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and there are concerns it could affect the cooperation with the u.s. and trigger lawsuits against the us. and diplomatic battles between russia and the u.s. are threatening to detrail the seas fire in sir are a. the civil war grounds on it has been trying to an agreement aimed at defeating isis. and it is on the end of ending the talks and it is a new offensive centered on aleppo. fighting has broken out between asaid and government rebels. workers say it has caused hundreds of civilian deaths. >> and there was an air-strike in the neighborhood which led to the destruction of a building that housed three families. they had many children. >> the situation in syria is continuing to get worse.
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leave are now trapped in the city. and there are few functioning hospitals left. a dire lack of food and medical supplies. the u.n. is pleading with a parties to support another ceasefire. from rio to the white house. members of the olympic teams were honored by the latedy and first lady. it the u.s. came in with more than anyone and the first top each of the medal categories. the president spoke of firsts that are beyond the medal count. diversity and tolerance. >> one of the wonderful things we love when we see our athletes is that everybody is from backgrounds, all very good
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>> relatives of jessie owens and 17 other african-american at leases in 1936 were honored for their bravery to pete compete in the games in front of hitler in nazi germany. from that to this a tay out for prince george and princess charlotte her parents took him to a garden party. they were having a good time uponning the balloons and playing and all the children have parents who serve in the military. >> could it be a miss industry governmental solved. they know how a man got the zika
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we are getting more details about a mystery case we are getting details about the case of zika that has baffled officials in utah. now they have a theory explaining how a man was infected without ever having been bitten by a mosquito, let's bring in dr. jo to find out the latest. , they think he contracted it from his father's tears. it was a male he had cancer and therapy and went to mexico for a few weeks he came back got very, very sick. they found out he had the virus. it was 100,000 times the level. during the hospitalization he
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passed away his son said he wipe the his tears and helped the nurse reposition him. after days least he developed symptoms and he had the virus. he had never traveled outside of the country. did not have any sexual contact with who had. it may have been the tears. , are we -- where a vaccine. i heard we have one that they are developing here. 80 people. and 18 to 35. >> and they are hoping to get
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>> and late december or january. and they will include lots and 20. florida is 119 infections. and how would you say they are fighting this. >> i think they have been drying, and. >> that's really good news. at this point and they said today which was interesting that it was a perfect storm. we have so many non-travel related cases it increases the chance that someone here locally will contract it. but you know the other thing they said is that our numbers are probably a underestimate
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symptommic. we tonight know how many are reported. they are trying to stay on top of it. this retrying to stay on top of it, thank yo vo: we asked women in pinellas county to describe congressman david jolly in one word: woman 2: backwards. woman 3: out-of-touch... woman 4: that's 3 words. vo: david jolly shares donald trump's backwards agenda for women. jolly opposes a woman's right to choose and voted to defund planned parentho and deny women access to basic health care like mammograms and cancer screenings. woman 5: i have 3 words for david jolly... not for women. vo: house majority pac is responsible
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. that fat ugly face of hers. she's a slob. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat chested is very hard to be a 10. does she have a good body? no. does she have a fat [expletive]? absolutely. do you treat women with respect?
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i wore a badge for 38 years knowing how much you trusted us g enough to give their families the help they desperately needed. dana young understood. that was wrong, so we changed that law. to ensure these families get the benefits they are entitled to and the honor they deserve. dana young has our back and she has yours. dana young for the florida senate.
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drive something a tradition in the family. >> what everyone did. >> as she approached 90 it changed, i was only going to the store and church. she hit the brakes how it can help chirp with older parents when to park the car for good. >> stocks ended lower on wall street today and led by drops and banks. and the s&p fell 20. >> in the headline we have dolly parton making history. >> a remake of lost in space but we start with miley cyrus who is not happy with disney. she is accusing the channel of mistreatment starring in hannah montana. she called out the studio for,
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saying she was the least paid person on the show. she has made up for it since then. and molly park ser trading in her suit for a space suit. the actress has signed on to star in the remake of lost in space, jolene. >> and dolledly. the song landed in the top country chartsment she has scored a top 20 in every decade since the 1960s. she is in concert here november 26th. >> i would love to see her i love that song it is never -- when you hear it, it is great,
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>> they picked a good song. >> let's go over to paul and follow your every word. >> we had showers moving on shore today. there is still areas of rain out there. we'll show you the sky tower out there. that's, that is like july. i mean pure 100% over the numerous showers and storms rolling in from the sky tower is busy. the heat this year you know this by, you know keeping your house cool is expensive. 102 days so far this year. 90 and above. the average is 73. 102. st. pete is 55 days and held in check because of the bay and sarasota double the average of 58. that's updated today.
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above. as i said a lot of moisture streaming in from the west. and it is heavy. that's moving east down gandy a new shower popping up near new tampa. that's east northeast approaching wesley chapel. it has been wet. and rain is approaching and hillsborough watching us rain approaching you from the west and the southwest. now another round of rain approaching anna maria. can you look out over the gulf and see that andly approaching you. and rain into manatee county. and light rain in wauchula. raining in lake placid.
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everything is just about due east. wellser not much in citrus. ocala a good day to have a app on the phone to check out the rain it comes from the west. we'll talk about matthew with modeling. >> a close to the state. we'll have to see if there is a shift to the west or the east this is the 5:00. and a right hand turn. this cat 2 to be conservative. and gets into the caribbean we'll talk about that tonight at
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the coast and 78. they build they move inland we're back up to 87. and the winds turn to the east. late in the day and 88 degrees. the 7 day forecast mid-to-upper 80s. as matthew moves away and east to northeast. but modeling next week see if there is a sift to the west f that happens we have to talk serious business. >> you see that drastic turn. a hurricane can do that. think about it. a stream you have a cork and that is bobbing around. that's what it is doing, finding the path.
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this. >> thank you. ahead saying thank thank yoo first responders. and a message from a daughter to
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you will love this story here. a moment of appreciation for a lifetime of service. first responders put their lives on the line when they go to work. >> they do and ken suarez was there whe from thousands of school kids. >> and davenport. >> and letters from 3600 kids. >> lake alfred police department. >> they were given to the police departments. deputies, firefighters and emergency personnel from every corner of polk county to say thank you for putting their lives on the line for the rest of us. >> is there a deputy -- . >> she just not back from
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did you know what was cooking? >> i was surprised. >> and taken back by the words by someone who made a special appearance, his daughter. >> it's hard not to see you often but i thank you that you risk your life every day for our state and country. >> it is sponsored by rsvp. and polk schools. >> and it is important what the first responders do day and remind them of a day where first responders made every american proud, that moment when the terrorists attacked us on our own soil. >> we recognize 195 years since 9-11. the majority of the kids were not born when that happened. they were not born or were too young to know. >> this is a reminder fof those of us around and a lesson for those who weren't.
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thanks could be too much. ken suarez in polk county. >> there are reminders everywhere. they kept a bad situation from being worse in north in the car. >> and we will see you tonight at 10. vo: we asked women in pinellas county to describe congressman david jolly in one word: woman 1: dangerous. woman 2: backwards. woman 3: out-of-touch... woman 4: that's 3 words. vo: david jolly shares donald trump's backwards agenda for women. jolly opposes a woman's right to choose and voted to defund planned parenthood
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woman 5: i have 3 words for david jolly... not for women. vo: house majority pac is responsible
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>> amanda knox. >> i feel like it's my turn now. >> either i'm a psycho path or i -- >> finally free and clear. so why is amanda knox revisiting the horrific events that took one life and changed her own forever? i'm natalie morales. as it turns out, amanda says she's got a >> did you kilmer redit kercher? >> now my attention is turning towards -- >> britney opens up about her worst decade. does she have a pay-back plan for this? >> please don't embarrass me. >> kate hudson's looking for love. i'm kit who have beener. wait till you hear how she feels about brad pitt. >> 16 years in the biz, i've heard it all. >> fat-shaming at the forefront once again thanks to the debate.


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