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war of words. a week after the first presidential debate... the bac >> alcides: war of words. a week after the first presidential debate, the back and forth heats up. >> anjuli: good news for the bay area. home prices go up and are among the highest in the state. what that means for you if you're buying or selling. from tampa bay's number one news station, this is "good day tampa bay." >> lindsay: good morning. welcome to "good day tampa bay." it's 7:00 a.m. on this sunday morning. i'm anjuli davis. >> alcides: and i'm alcides segui. let's start the morning like we always do with a look at the forecast. good morning, lindsay. >> lindsay: good morning. it's a warm and dry start to the day, and check out that sunrise in the works in st. petersburg. it's a good one with a few clouds. right now we're at 75 here in tampa, but you hop over to pinellas county, upper 70s and noticeably muggier than this
60s temporarily. it's a steamy 71 in wauchula this morning. dew points instead of in the low 60s north of the bay, they're higher as that even wind brought the moisture back quick yesterday as expected. with it hefr storms last night from lakeland to anna maria. thank goodness we're dry this morning, and we will stay dry this morning as the east wind keeps that storm 60 miles offshore at bay pushing to the wegs. a stalled front still in place it will bring a 40% rain chance late afternoon and evening. the movement is to the west, so we'll be watching sky tower for the bucs games. can't rule out lightning, unfortunately. in the tropics a powerful hurricane. category 4 matthew is slowing moving northwest. the outer fringe is approaching haiti where they could see catastrophic rainfall starting right now through wednesday. here's the 5:00 a.m. advisory,
150 -mile-per-hour winds making it a strong track storm. this is bigger issues for mountainous southeast cuba and haiti. slowly pushing through the bahamas where they could see major hurricane conditions. here's friday at 2:00 a.m. a category 2, somewhere likely east of our state. beyond that looking to next weekend, does this affect the carolinas? pthe mid-atlantic or the northeast? can't fine-tune th we can track our local forecast today, though. 89 degrees with a 40% rain chance. >> anjuli: new this morning, clearwater police are on the scene of a deadly accident. that happened at gulfton bay boulevard at dunkton avenue. the westbound lanes are closed down while police investigate. >> alcides: a federal lawsuit alleges a polk county mobile home park is discriminating against minority families. the department of justice
wanting to keep minorities out of their community. according to the federal department of justice, the lack of diversity is not buy chance. the lawsuit filed on friday alleges the owners and managers targeted and excluded minorities. that's a violation of the fair housing act. the department said they would tell minority families that no homes were available when, in fact, numerous homes were actually for sale and rent. the suit also alleges a community would deny them pay -- and also have them pay a higher down payment. >> it's horrible. especially when there's families actually needing a place and places that are affordable like this, and they can't come in. they have no idea why. you know what i mean? so i think it's pretty upsetting. >> alcides: the lawsuit is based on undercover tests the department performed last year. the suit demands the park stop discriminating and calls for
contact the owners and managers of that mobile home park but did not hear back. >> anjuli: some parts of florida are still cleaning up from hurricane hermine, and fema reps remind homeowners to sign up for assistance on saturday. anyone affected by the storm is eligible for help. fema says all situations are different. everything is handling on a case-by-case basis. you could get help with grants and low interest loans to pay for anything not covered by your insurance. to register any damage with fema, you can call that number it's 800-621-3362. you can also register at dis disasterassistance.gov or on the fema app >> alcides: a sad update this morning. a 6-year-old boy shot on aground died. he was shot wednesday when greenville police say a 14-year-old opened fire at an elementary school. another student and teacher were
investigators aren't saying much about the shooter, only that he shot and killeded his father before going to that school. echarged with one count of murder and three counts of attempted murder. those charges are expected to change tomorrow. >> anjuli: the monday morning commute could be a big mess for people in new jersey. the hoboken terminal is still closed down. weather as well as structural issues are keeping crews from removing the train from the state. investigators train's engineer yesterday. they're not releasing any information from that. they're still also trying to get videos from other trains in that station at the same time. >> alcides: a new revelation in the race for the white house overnight. "the new york times" reports back in 1995 donald trump declared a loss of $916 million on his income tax returns. the paper reports the losses were so large it would have allowed him to avoid paying an
income taxes over an 18-year period. hillary clinton has repeatedly called on trump to release his tax returns. he has denied and declined to do so because of an ongoing irs audit. hillary clinton coming under fire for a new leaked audiotape. >> anjuli: as peter deucy tells us, donald trump wasted no time to atrack clinton on the latest allegations. >> reporter: donald trump shining light on a newly leaked oughted yo tape where hillary clinton is heard criticizing bernie sanders' quote, living in their parents' basement and trapped in dead-end careers. >> a new audiotape surfaced just yesterday from another one of hillary's high roller fund-raisers shows her demeaning and mocking bernie sanders and all of his supporters. you know, i tell you something. we have a much bigger movement than bernie sanders ever had.
campaign reacting saying the remarks are taken out of of context. meanwhile, trump is taking flack from the left for late night tweets attacking a former miss universe. hillary clinton aligning herself with president obama announcing her support on twitter for a new rule requiring federal government contractors to provide paid sick leave to workers. she raised $154 million in september. this as the latest fox news poll has her four points ahead of trump in a head-to-head match-up and three points ahe third-party candidates are factored in. it's after the first presidential debate that has many calling for the trump campaign to revamp the strategy. >> if you listen to the pundits, hillary clinton should be at 82% right now and 110% among women. she's not. she's well below 50 in your fox news poll. why? people already know her. >> reporter: on tuesday the vice presidential candidates go head-to-head in farmville, virginia for the only vp debate
peter deucy, fox news. >> anjuli: flash flooding hits parts of orlando. >> alcides: we have the video next. florida colleges take to the gridiron. we look at the football results from around the state of florida coming up in sports. >> lindsay: had to show that highlight in front of me. 7:08 starting out the day really beautiful this morning. it's not as comfortable. 75 degrees and sunrise at 7:24. not as comfy area-wide, but we're dry
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is video from our sister >> anjuli: some flar floosh flooding in orlando. you can see the parking lot flooded and some cars stuck in the water there. not good news either, because more rain is expected to fall in orlando this week. >> alcides: summer may be wrapping up right here, but snow is already falling in denali national park in alaska. they posted this video on their facebook account. it l excited than the k-9 rangers. they were treated to afternoon snowshowers, and these little guys are trying to catch the snow in their mouth. i bet you they're so excited about that, you know? >> anjuli: oh, my gosh, yeah. >> alcides: beautiful dogs. >> anjuli: what a beautiful scene. i would take a little bit of that right now. i always get so antsy this time of year. >> alcides: you do? >> lindsay: september rolls around, and you're like october and it's still summerlike. it's tough.
some, and late in the week it feels comfortable again for the next six days, though. higher humidity is back, and it's a nice start to the day, though. plan on dry mornings the next few days, so boating get out early and looks good. a couple clouds in st. petersburg, and hop over to brookdale bayshore and a few clouds as well. good visibility. waking up in the 70s and 75 is not a bad reading. october 2nd and we should at about 72. it's 72 in brandon and 79 in harbor. brooksville is the mild spot this morning. i guarantee you you're not at 82 north port. you're in the mid-70s this morning. it's 72 in wauchula and 72 in hayes city. the dew points have risen with the frontal boundary outside the area. gainesville 65 dew point is not bad. the 50s in the panhandle look good. fall all weekend for them, at
sky tower radar is active late last night for some. rainfall totals come up, but this morning a weakening storm and 60 miles per hour offshore. we look to the east for rain today. plan on a dry morning in all locations. look at the storms last night. they took a white to move in but they bearly budge. in our area 2 to 3 plus inches of rain in some spots including in western polk. portions of had strong wind gusts and upwards of 2 inches of rain last night. less humid air north of the front and muggy air south. the next several days feature increasing rain chances today and tomorrow. so unfortunately the timing not great for the bucs game. that's not to say we will see a lightning delay, but with scattered storms 3:00 to 8:00 pushing west as the bucs take on the bron broncos in a dim game, radar watching is something to do.
what we saw this morning as of 5k a.m. is still a powerful system but a lopsided system with convection here. this is the actual hurricane and here slowly moving northwest, some of the outer moisture may creep into hispaniola today. in the days ahead they have the brunt of the heavier rain. wind gusts, some of our buoys, they're not many in the vicinity, the closest one at 49 mooirp-mile-per-hour gusts. northwest slowly today and slowly noth by tonight. because of the slow movement, the greatest concern is not going to be those major hurricane-force winds, baz that's only 25 miles from the center, but the extent of tremendous rain, the threat for mudslides and upwards of 2 feet of rain in spots of hatty and southeast cuba. jamaica will see rain, too, but the worst of the storm to the east. major hurricane at 2:00 a.m.
friday east of the state where models keep it east of the state. maybe close enough for squalls on the east coast. beyond that what happens on the east coast? that may be seven days away, so our confidence is low. confidence increasing right now, though. here's the gfs and european. gfs is gray and the euro is white. they're in line late monday and tuesday. big problems for the caribbean and bahamas hid to late week. gfs closer to state b brings problems from the carolinas up to the new england. the european, and that's how we bring the models together. here locally our impacts are actually good ones. sure, we can handle a breeze mid-week, and it's rough on the water as our winds flip-flop, but late week next weekend looks more comfortable for us. today is not comfortable and 89. scattered storms push west. our storms should linger until 10:00. partly cloudy overnight. we're dry for the morning commute.
on monday and 88 for the high. northeast winds at 10 knots for the boaters today. seven-day forecast shows mid-80s late week with drier air nudging in. we have to monitor how close this hurricane passes to our area, but right now the impacts appear to be breezy winds. it may feel darn good next weekend here. good morning. jimbo fisher ranted all this week that being the playoff race wouldn't mean the season was over. maybe he had a feeling the 'noles were forcing trouble with north carolina. they had won 22 straight games in tallahassee and had to climb back into a game with north carolina in which they trailed 21-0. their season isn't over, but their playoff chances are. the 'noles turned it around in the second half. they fight back in the fourth quarter down 28-14. here's the huge turning point right there. unc appears to bury the 'noles
replay reverses the call shows that francois was down before he was pushed into the end zone. a huge break for fsu, because the 'noles go the length of the field after that. dalvin cook on fourth down finishes it off cutting unc's lead to 7. they tie it at 28-28. but north carolina answers. mitch trubisky but the p.a.t. door open. francois gets it done, and north carolina had his sacked. he dives into the end zone for a touchdown. he broke the plane, and the seminoles have the first lead in the game 35-34. there was 23 ticks left and that's haul they needed to carve through the defense. there's nick wheeler lining up for the longest field goal in his career and nails it. a devastating loss for fsu, 37-35.
goals and that was the difference in the ball game. bulls open up conference play in cincinnati. marlin mack pudges it in right near. 24-20 lead for usf at the break. the bulls had two more touchdowns in the third quarter. johnny ward just a gift, and that's some breathing rear-view mirror for usf. 38-20. mack puts the game away right here breaking loose, 4 the end zone. this run makes mack usf's all-time leading rusher. the bulls get back to winning with a 45-20 win over cincinnati. gators at vandy. this is a low-scoring game. scoreless in the second, and jordan scarlet, he's going to bust through right here for 4 yards, and the touchdown. the only touchdown of the game as the gators lead 7-0. two teams trade two field goals
vandy punts it and gets sloppy there. florida takes over. watch this. austin appleby misses the snap, and vandy has the ball again. now with a minute to go, vandy needing to drive the field for the very first play. freebeck picked off by nick washington. it wasn't pretty for the gators, but it's a win 13-6. 'canes moving on up. mark rick has miami start. they pick up a huge win on the road although georgia tech. miami dominates on d. justin thomas gets sacked and loses the ball. shaquille scoops and scores for the touchdown. hurricanes up 21-7. thomas looking for the pitch, and he fumbles again. joe jackson recovers and takes it in for the score. miami hurricanes win it 35-21. there hasn't been a lot of things to brag about for the
one. he's 6-1 in the last 13 appearances and will try to finish off the season undefeated against the rangers. he's never lost to them. texas didn't have a lot to play for. they wrapped up the playoffs on friday. the home field advantage. he gets some help right here. evan longoria with a tapper, and that gets bobby wilson in. corey dickerson unloads a three-run shot. his 24th homer of the season, whiches kay rear high. rays up 0, jake needs to win his tenth game of the season. the rays take it 4-1. lightning lose to nashville. ben bishop gives up four goals in the first exhibition action. the lightning's next game is now is against florida on thursday. don't forget, later this morning at 10:30 it's "tailgate sunday" with scott smith.
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distressed sales, foreclosures preforeclosures. now once 2011 came we saw the increase and saw less distress sales and more resales. when you have a regular resale or new construction, it will sell higher than your foreclosed home or distressed sale from a bank. >> that makes perfect sense. so if you're selling, this is obviously a good thing because you're selling for a lot more than what the market was valued at a couple of >> that's correct. at the same time it depends on what your particular area is doing at the time. so you are getting a higher price, but it doesn't mean that you can just put your home on the market and expect to get 20% higher than what we got the year before. you know, 20% is kind of a gauge or a vague number for the entire area, the general number. it depends on what your home looks like compared to the other homes that you're competing with on the market right now. >> alcides: if you're buying, if you're going to buy, not
you typically see? iven i know it varies per makt. going into it what do i see? >> right now we have the less inventory. the less inventory we have the higher the home prices because there's more buyers and less inventory to choose from. one good thing is harz a lot of new construction and we have a lot more buyers coming down from the northeast and tampa is a fast-growing buyers see less inventory and less good inventory. there are some distress sales, but they couldn't sell in a down market and are still on the market. >> may not be something you want to buy? >> correct. the good homes out there, you have a higher concentration of buyers going after the same property, so the price goes up for that. if you're a buyer in this market, you have to know the market you're looking at and understand that, you know, we had a lot of buyers previously thinking that, you know, they
and see prices start to drop and if they hold off a few more months they will see lower prices. not the case anymore. it doesn't mean the market won't go down again, but for the next coming years we don't stee it coming down. if a buyer is waiting on frieses to fall before they pull the trigger, don't do that. you might spend more money on a lesser property. >> alcides: what do you say for the folks that hear or read from experts out there, real estate experts out there that say we're in a bubble, a matter of time before it bursts on the housing market for our five years ago? what do you say to that? is that rack ate or no? >> it's hard to say. no matter what happens in the market out there, people have to move. you have people that want to buy vacation homes. you've got people that are going through divorce situations and people transferred for job purposes. no matter what, things are going to be happening. people are going to be moving and everything. in terms of the bubble happening
market. what happened before, prices shot up in a very short period of time, and they almost doubled. we don't see that so much now. prices went up dramatically since 2012, but in the last year they stabilized across the board. so i don't really see a bubble bursting or anything. i see the market getting back to normal, and that's why we say the 20% increase last year to now, but at the same time i don't see it doubling like it did in 2007. not to say that won't happen with real estate. what i've seen is we've really gone at a pace where we've gotten rid of the distressed properties and now we have the resale and less inventory because people live there as their primary residence and more new construction and more people coming to the area. there really isn't a bubble happening now that i see. i see the prices in the area and everything normalizing and stabilizing. >> it's great to have you my friend. have a good sunday. anjuli. >> at 7:30 the fbi is trying to
mosaic with suspicious white powder inside of it. kellie cowan is off to the races this morning. she's taking to the water in clearwater. >> reporter: good morning, guys. the fastest boats in the world are here in clearwater this mornz. this is the super boat naushl championship coming up. >> lindsay: what a perfect morning for the event. it's 7:28. a couple clouds and no rain. the humidity is up, though. 75 here in tampa with a northeast wind. from the bay area. that's 60 miles off shore. by the afternoon storm chances crank up from inland zones pushing west. best rain chance this week comes in monday, but what about late
good morning. thank you for joining us this >> alcides: good morning. thank you for joining us this sunday for "good day tampa bay." i'm alcides segui. we'll get to your forecast in a minute. the fbi is still trying to figure out who sent a later containing unknown white powder to mosaic's corporate office in hillsborough county. the li letter was received night. they have been under fire after they spilled millions of gallons of contaminated water into their aquifer. the body of a man believed to be nearly about 60 years old was found at booker creek part. the st. petersburg police say they were called to the park on 13th avenue north yesterday morning. they say the body was floating in the lake near the northern shoreline. the no-swim advisory has been lifted at sarasota's north jetty beach. the advisory has been in place
the beach tested positive for high levels of bacteria. no-swim advisory still in place for turtle and nacomis beaches. despite the removal of the advisory, they warn people about the red tide bloom currently off the coast in the area. >> lindsay: parts of sarasota and manatee county on the lookout for parts of red tide today. elsewhere our pinellas county beaches look good. into st. pete we go. usf marine science cam showing off that sunrise. it's 79 and winds northeast fairly light, and we're rain-free area-wide. to clearwater beach where kellie cowan is out. she luckeded out with the sunrise this morning. that towering cloud in the distance is a storm, but it's moving away from tampa bay. 69 in brooksville, 71 wauchula, 72 in lakeland. we're at 75 in tampa. it's muggier this morning, but drier. yesterday we had coastal showers and look to the east coast for
matthew right now. i wouldn't expect a big change at 8:00 a.m., which means this is still a powerful category 44 -- 4 hurricane. it will creep towards hispaniola today and big-time flooding for haiti monday and tuesday. this is serious stuff. here's the latest as of 5:00 a.m. 150-mile-per-hour winds moving northwest. notice the track for further oo east of jamaica. here's tsd models are in in line with southeast cuba and western haiti and the center moves on shore. it's the rain, probably the biggest issue in the storm surge near the bahamas and slow to exit the bahamas with hurricane impacts mid-week. models do keep it east of florida, but uncomfortably close, so we have to watch some squalls on the east coast. beyond that, carolinas and the northeast are on the lookout. for us today we're on the lookout for storms from the east. can't rule out a lightning delay
storms are most active between 3:00 and 9:00, guys. >> alcides: today off clearwater beach is your chance to see impressive super boats. >> anjuli: coli kellie cowan is live. you've had a nice set of assignments this week, kellie. >> reporter: not too shabby. a lot of outdoor assignments involving boats, so i can't complain right now. the boats are the faster in the world will arrive about 8:00 a.m. we're told, it might be a little later because their day isn't started until noon. if you see just behind me, you have people here at the pier on seminole launching their boats. these are not the super boats. the super boats to get in the water require this crane over here. they're lifted up and plopped into the water. these are some of the faster boats in the world. some of them well over $1 million. they reach speeds of 150 miles
the best way to see them this morning starting at 10:00 a.m. there's a parade of the boats. you can see them from pier 60 and clearwater beach. thousands expected to pack the beach this morning for these races. the national championship super boat race. thousands are expected on the beach to watch from the beach is absolutely free. if you do want to watch from pier 60, it costs you about $25. so a couple vip packages involved as well. plenty of watching opt couple of free watching options as well. the other big thing off the water, of course, the seafood festival. a lot of fun events in clearwater this morning. guys. >> alcides: seafood festival. do you know how good that is? >> anjuli: solid weekend. >> alcides: enjoy your sunday. see you in the next hour, kellie. thank you. >> anjuli: time is 7:35. in syria government forces work to fight rebels in aleppo and the suburbs. the latest fight comes a week
by the syrian army. the army is reportedly trying to take the entire army. local human rights groups say government forces make slow progress, but rebels deny that claim saying there have not been any advances by government forces. the united states has said it has not given up on finding a diplomatic resolution to the tensions in syria. an amazing video out of syria. a 1-month-old baby rescued out of the rubble of a collapsed civil defense crying as he holds that little girl in his arms. more moments like this hit the internet since air strikes escalated in the region. >> alcides: pet owners in the philippines attend a blessing of the pet ceremony. hundreds of people and their pets showed up at manila mall to have their pets blessed by a priest ahead of the feast of st. francis of assisi. the catholic patron saint of
the philippine animal welfare society organized the event to promote responsible pet ownership. there's a local blessing of the pets in the bay area on obtain october 8th at the lutheran church of our savior on west hillsborough avenue. >> alcides: still ahead, everyone loves to save money. >> alcides: coming up, some free stuff without having a coupon. >> anjuli: say hello to katie. this little lady i you know, some people, i just go to publix, find the signs with the deals and save. when you add it all up... it's a lot. that's how i save at publix. how 'bout you? publix. where shopping is a pleasure. i'm hillary
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not going to happen. it's beautiful this morning. a few clouds and we're dry all the way down to the coast. so none of those pesky onshore showers, meaning sirata beach looks spectacular. i think the beach-goers will be out there today with temperatures in the upper 80s and rain holds off until late this afternoon. it's 69 in brooksville but not as comfortable as this time yesterday. stewart is 84 and at least we're in the low to mid-70s although it's 79 degrees in st. pete. depo green pushed a dark green. so our dew points are around 70, which is not a terrible high reading. not summerlike or fall-like either. drier air outside the state. we look to the east for rain today. that triggered heavy storms last night in lakeland and anna maria and even western polk. be on the lookout for storms from the east pushing west and not as heavy today but most active between 3:00 and 8:00. we'll have to watch the bucs game. if you have tailgating plans at
aware. sky tower will help you out. less humid air behind a front literally stuck, so that's it for fall at least this weekend. muggy air holding south of the state, but fall is still here from i'd s say from jacksonvill to chicago. lots of mild air on the map. let's talk tropics. we have matthew and hurricane hunters are out there this morning. they discovered that pressure has risen a little bit, but also the winds are still as strong as they've been. a p interesting-looking lopsided system. got a little bit of dry air intruding it, and convection kind of displaced separating the hurricane itself. ths is the actual hurricane right here. some of this energy will combine in the days ahead. slowly inching northwest at 5, this is new information as of 8:00 a.m. so the only change that i see is that pressure has risen to 9:47. this is a strong category 4 hurricane. now, the slow movement north is our concern.
tuesday, ridiculous amounts of rainfall possible for southeast cuba, haiti and even jamaica, although the cone shifted east. not to mention where that core makes landfall, 25 miles from the center we talk major hurricane-force winds. how close does this get to florida? some models bring it pretty close, but they keep it east at this point. that's good news. here's thursday and friday. looking ahead to next weekend, our forecast is more questionable as some monthlyings bring problems to the carolinas and northeast. it's too early to say if that will happen. a little bit of a model spread. most of the models cluster in on southeast cuba or haiti or in between. there's the shifts until the models as another front dives down. this will protect us here in tampa bay from tropical impacts, but it may no be the case for parts of the u.s. we have to fun fine-tune this in
a 30% chance that develops and moving nest. how about the rain today? p.m. storms push west. here's lunchtime and we're dry. spoty storms develop and move west. it's hit-or-miss today. monday a more active day of storms. by late week drier for us and staying breezy. 89 and storms push west this afternoon. stay alert until late in the day. 75 but drive overnight, and while we're dry monday morning, the coverage incre with deeper moisture. 88 tomorrow, northeast winds at 10 knots, and boating looks good until late day. get out early. seven-day forecast shows matthew believe it or not could drag in some drier air, so it may feel pretty comfortable late in the pretty comfortable late in the week, but it will be b pretty comfortable late in the week, but it will be b we dance on the salsa team together,
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from tampa bay's number one news station, this is "good day tampa bay." >> anjuli: an undercover probe blows the lid on a racial discrimination case in polk county. what the owners of a mobile home park are doing when minorities want to move in. >> alcides: have you heard? a new bombshell report donald trump may not have paid taxes for the past 18 years. >> anjuli: in this week's "faith in action," how the salvation army is gives those in need of a second chance a new lease on life. good morning to you, and welcome toe "good day tampa bay." it's 8:00 a.m. on this sunday morning. i'm anjuli davis. >> alcides: and i'm alcides segui. thank you for joining us. lindsay milbourne to talk more about the forecast. we may have storms later. >> lindsay: later in the afternoon. so the morning and lunchtime is