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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
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rule out it will be dry, unfortunately. we will have to watch the storms and stay alert later today and enjoy the morning. look at that. high clouds, no rain in tampa. it's 75. wonderful beach day as we look to the east for the rain and set up some pesky coastal early morning shores. 72 bartow. no big jumps in the temps this hour. you're near 80 but not at 80 in st. pete. it's 71 in brooksville and it's not as comfortable as this time yesterday but it's drier as atlantic. that will trigger late-day rain. less humid air outside the area today but muggy in south florida. to our south in the caribbean is an unusual but powerful-looking category 4 hurricane matthew. the problem with matthew for the caribbean is going to be tremendous rain, the threat for mudslides because of the slow movement. so we watch it to turn northerly later today, somewhere very close to western haiti or eastern cuba.
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to show you from the hurricane center. pressure has risen a little to 947, but the winds being maintained at 150 miles per hour. so this is still a strong category 4 hurricane. here we go. major hurricane near hispaniola sometime late monday and tuesday with upwards of 2 feet of rain in some spots. unfortunately, i just think the video out of here is awful. over the bahamas this could be bad, too, with a major hurricane over warm at this point computer models show a slight west track towards florida, but then it moves east of the state. so at this point while a sliver of florida is in the cone, models keep it east much our state. they're keeping the moisture east of florida -- not florida, tampa bay, so we'll see lower rain chances late in the week. today increasing rain chances to 40%. keep an eye out to the eastern sky as storms bubbling off of that daytime heating move in. >> alcides: all right.
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police are on the scene of a deadly vehicle versus pedestrian crash. this incident happened at around 4:30 this morning near the intersection of gulfton bay and duncan avenue. the westbound lanes are closed as officers complete the investigation. drivers are asked to avoid this area if possible. federal authorities are still trying to figure out who sent a suspicious letter containing an unknown white powder to mosaic's corporate office. >> anjuli: the fbi is testing the powder to see if is dangerous. the results of which could take several days to process. however, firefighters tested it on the scene and say it's not hazardous. mosaic has been under intense scrutiny after a sinkhole opened up at their plant near mulberry. neighbors are upset they failed to notify them of potential contamination of their well water. initial tests show well water around the plant is safe to drink. >> alcides: neighbors in a polk
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from their landlord. >> my best friend, her sister is with a black guy and came out here. he said that nothing is available, when i, obviously, they say that there's like three or four places open. >> alcides: a new federal lawsuit filed by the department of justice accuses of managers at may grove village in lakeland of wanting to keep african-americans out of their community. the lawsuit demands that development stop discriminating and calls for fines for those responsible. if the owners and managers are found liable in a civil trial, money could be awarded to anyone discriminated against. >> anjuli: the zika emergency in south florida continues after the discovery of more infected mosquitos in miami beach. state health officials say preliminary tests show this is the sixth pool of mosquitos to test positie for the virus. they say this batch is from a
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the tests are waiting for confirmed by the cdc. at least 35 people in miami beach have contracted zika locally. officials sprayed the area hoping to get rid of the infected mosquitos. >> alcides: on the campaign trail, a new bombshell report from "the new york times" claims that donald trump may not have paid any taxes for 18 years. "the times" says an anonymous source gave them the first page of trump's 1995 tax new jersey, new york and connecticut. the newspaper says they confirm the documents were actually real by checking with trump's accountant. here's what they found out. trump declared a loss of $916 million that year. that tax deduction in theory would allow trump to cancel out the same amount of taxable income over an 18-year period. trump has been criticized for not releasing his tax returns, something hillary clinton talked
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>> it just seems to me that this is something that the person people deserve to see, and i have no reason to believe that he's ever going to release his tax returns because there's something he's hiding. >> alcides: it's very important to note, it's unknown if trump took advantage of those tax benefits. moments ago trump tweeted that he knows the country's complex tax laws better than anyone who has ever run for president and is the only one who c >> anjuli: trump shines light on a new leaked audiotape where hillary clinton is heard categorizing bernie sanders' supporters as new to politics and living in their parents' base ams. >> some are new to politics, children the great recession and live in their parent's base am. they feel that they got their education and the jobs that are available to them are not at all what they envisioned for
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future. >> anjuli: the audiotape is said to have come from a hacked clinton campaign staffer's e-mail and given to the washington free beacon. in it clinton says she views herself in the middle of two extremes in this election. trump's campaign linked clinton's words to her statement at another fund-raiser last month where she referred to half of trump's supporters as a quote, basket of deplorables. >> alcides: here at home a multi-million dollar event is drawing in big crowds this weekend at clearwater beach. kellie cowan has all the details of the super boat races, good morning, kellie. >> reporter: good morning. those boating will take to the water shortly. right now the racers get their physicals done. they have to get physicals done before this event because it is the national title on the up line. i'll step out so you can see. these are not the boats in
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just over here to my right is the crane that's going to lift up those boats and actually place them in the water. they are massive, massive boats, and just an impressive feat of construction. now, these boats can reach in excess of 150 miles per hour. the eight-time world championship miss geico team will be eye boat that can reach 200 miles per hour and packs more than 3,000 horsepower into their boat. these boats go fast. now, if you want to see them going slow first, you can actually grab some pictures of them. they will be parading past pier 60 in clearwater starting at 10:00 a.m. this morning. the first race starts at noon today. you can see all the action from the beach. thousands are expected to line up on the beach today for this national championship race day. then you can also get an even better view from pier 60.
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extra money. it is free from the beach. so a lot of fun events going on on the water today, and then off the water if you're not into boats or maybe you feel hungry out there, the seafood festival. a little something for everyone out here this morning. it should be an amazing day. races start up at 12:00 today and they go through the afternoon. they crown that championship around 5:00 today. so a full day of events out here in clearwater. >> alcides: enjoy yourself and ha talk soon. thanks. >> anjuli: today is also your last day to enjoy a legendary bay area restaurant. the spaghetti warehouse closing doors for good after 30 years in tampa. the chain has tried several times this year to relocate or re-open from their ybor city location. they even surveyed customers who hoped they would move to brandon, but that plan did fall through. the owners say they hope to open again sometime in the future.
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the buccaneers have a tough match-up today against the defending super bowl champions, the denver broncos. they're in town looking to keep their perfect season intact. as for the bucs, though, they try to get back on track after losing two games. head coach dirk koetter knows without running back doug martin in the line-up, much of the team's offense falls on the shoulders of that man right thru, jameis winston, a challenge he's looking forward to. >> now that the time is here, i'm very excited t denver and we can worry about carolina another day. i'm very excited. you know, this is d-- like i said, this is a great team, and i'm just excited for our team to be able to face an opponent like this. >> alcides: of course, fox 13 has all the sunday football needs covered. scott smith's "tailgate sunday" starting at 10:00 this morning in about two hours. fox sports takes over from there at 11:00, and then at 1:00 we
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atlanta falcons game. sure to be a good one. >> anjuli: still ahead, another night of protests in southern california. >> alcides: we have the details behind a shooting. and new information in the new jersey train crash investigation. what authorities have to say about the signals at that station and how that crash may have been prevented. >> lindsay: at 8:11, no big jump in the morning temperatures yet, bu the heat is back today and humidity is up a little as well. it's a looking west towards the beach, getting your workouts outside. it's a manageable 75, and it's a dry morning. storm chances, though, 40% to 50% second half of the day. they come in from the east. what's to our south is a slow-moving kind of unusual-looking but powerful hurricane. i'll have the latest track and talk impacts in the caribbean
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time now is 8:x.. even more outrage is >> anjuli: time is mother outrage is growing in southern california after another deadly police-involved shooting. >> alcides: it sparked protests in los angeles overnight. lapd says 18-year-old carnell snell was suspected of being involved in a car theft. officers tried to pull him over in the car on saturday afternoon, but snell jumped out and tried running away. the officers went after him, and according to investigators they shot him during that foot chase. police say they believe snell was armed. a weapon was found there at the
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the car as well as that driver. >> anjuli: want parents of a 6-year-old boy killed during a school shooting in south carolina remember him as a happy and loving child. jacob hall died from his injuries on saturday. a teacher and another student were also injured during wednesday's shooting spree in rural townville. they have been released from the hospital. the 14-year-old gunman killed his father before coming to school. he's been charged as a juvenile and is being held behind bars. >> alcides: new information in the crash. federal investigators say early reports indicate the signals leading to the hoboken station were actually working properly when the train crashed on thursday. one person was killed and 100 others hurt. we're also learning back in june the feds investigated the new jersey transit and found dozens of safety violations. a follow-up audit was underway at the time of that crash. >> anjuli: southern california is on heightened alert for the
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earthquake after a series of 122 small tremors along the san andreas fault line. they range from 1.4 to 4.3. the southern most end of the san andreas fault hasn't ruptured since 1690. scary stuff. >> alcides: back at home we have about 60,000-plus fans going to the raymond james stadium today to watch the bucs game. >> lindsay: the pressure is on with the storms from the east. not to say we'll see a repeat of last sunday hopefully, but with nearby, safety first. so we'll keep an eye on sky tower as the storms develop around game time and then lingering through much of the game. live look looks really pretty, right? we don't have that feel-o-vision on the camera. outside don't expect it to feel quite as refreshing as it did this time yesterday. the beach looks good. we have light northeast winds meaning instead of a light john
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some high clouds and beach-goers enjoy a milder start to the day. no 80s this hour. no 70s in crystal river and bartow at 62. it's 79 in st. petersburg and it's muggier down south, but just outside our area we have 60s and 50s. panama city is still 59 degrees. dew points instead of that light green, which is tampa north yesterday, we're in the darker green meaning it's muggier. i don't know if i'd call it summerlike unls st. pete, but no fall-like feel to the air. we're dry this morning. we saw some slow-moving storms last night. you need a chance to dry out. ponding is still there from lakeland with over 2 1/2 inches of rain to western polk down towards bradenton, sarasota and anna maria. a stormy late night of storms. now our storms today start at 3:00. they may last until 10:00 or 11:00, but they shouldn't move as slowly today. less humid air in the panhandle
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south is hurricane matthew. hurricane matthew we'll watch that in the days ahead and watch the game time forecast at 4:05. the bucs take on the broncos. big game. probably dry at tailgates but stormy during the game. hurricane hunters have been out there this morning and been out again later today. what they show in terms of winds is this storm is not weakening. it looks highly unusual, though. some of theon reconjoin and come back together. they're still out there dos crisscrosses looking at the center and strongest winds. what they know at 8:00 a.m. is the winds are the same and category 4. this is my concern for jamaica, cuba and haiti moving northwest at only 5 miles per hour. while that core of hurricane-force winds out 25
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rain and storm surge could cover much of haiti, eastern cuba, and even jamaica, even though they're east of this now. here's tuesday morning at 2:00 a.m. and major hurricane over the bahamas tapping into the warm waters here is a major hurricane. how close does that pass to our state? a couple of models bring it close, but at this point the forecast is for the storm to stay east of the state. can't say the same for the carolinas and northeast, which means as we talk five to seven days out, the gfs and spread apardon in terms it of what they show. here's thursday. gfs closer to florida but still offshore and european stronger over the bahamas. late in the week both models bring it close to the carolinas, while the gfs shows it ride the east coast and the european meanders it. our confidence for local impacts in tampa bay are high. they're probably breezy for us
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also invest 98l situated east of the islands. this is moving northwest. only a low chance of development at this time. 89 for today, storms will be gathering and building west throughout the afternoon. they may not end until 10:00, but they're scattered, not widespread. partly cloudy down to 75 overnight, and for monday sunny to start but likely adding a bit more moisture to the atmosphere. so 88 with a 50% rain chance on monday. northeast winds at 10 knots for the boaters. boating is good early in the day, storms in the waters. late week it may still be breezy, but if the forecast holds right now, mornings look comfortable and afternoons a little below average. can't rule out a few squalls inland wednesday and thursday, guys. >> anjuli: when we come back, a chance of a lifetime for those who served our nation. we go to texas where president george w. bush completed his
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every year, servicemen and women -- hurt in the >> alcides: every year servicemen and women hurt in the global war on terror join president george w. bush for a mountain bike ride and it's part of the initiative to highlight the bravery and sacrifice of american heroes. >> anjul there in crawford, texas for the sixth annual bike ride. >> yes, sir. glad you're here. thanks for coming. how are you doing, buddy. >> i waited a loij r long time too meet you. >> glad you're here. good to see you. >> great to see you. thank you for inviting us. >> you're back again.
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age. >> i don't give up. >> we've talked about exercise being addictive. it occurs maybe it's con taj contagious. the riders are war fighters seem to be spreading a con taj onof positive healing feeling. >> that's interesting. it's a really interesting way to look at it. these are remarkable individuals who have been sever who refuse to quit. in this case have used exercise as a way to help them recover physically and mentally. >> i was injured in 2003 in afghanistan riding with everybody else. i'm doing the same thing. you quit thinking about it. nothing matters. nothing else matters. it's -- everything is normal, you know. my head is clear. my body feels good. it's a very calming and healing thing. >> in 2007 i was wounded in a
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and bringing up that ptsd is a challenge i work through every day. i tried the medication and therapist route and didn't connect with either one. no it's a matter of staying fit and outside. >> we're moving farther away from medication and more in the direction of exercise. >> no question. yeah, yeah. you know, like anything, there's a learning curve, and a lot of these vets, many of them were on pills and self-medicated. you know, it didn't and they've turned to other things, one of which is exercise. >> what does this mountain bike ride mean to you with the former commander in chief? >> this is fantastic to spend time on a personal basis with the guy that essentially, you know, sent me to iraq and afghanistan. it's just been -- i know incredible. >> i said coming here i've waited and wanted to meet him since 9/11, you know. that's my commander in chief. i served under him.
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meeting him out here and seeing the man and the type of person he is and the way he treats us, he's one of us. you know, that's an incredible thing. >> your commitment comes across and a lot of people are inspired by your personal courage and clearly these men show great courage. can you talk about how they resonate with you? >> you're out there riding with a person who, you know, lost her leg and we're talking about her recovery and how she's doing. you and said why me and full of self-pity, but instead is a tremendous asset to the future of the country, as are all our vets. that's why helping them heal is really important. they're all inspirational. i've gotten to know a lot of them. so inspirational i painted about 97 of them. i'm putting out a book that will draw attention to the invisible wounds of war.
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thank you for joining us this sunday. >>. >> anjuli: i'm anjuli davis. fist up, a quick check on the headlines. more zika-carrying mosquitos have been captured in miami beach in a new neighborhood of the city. the department of agriculture says it's the sixth time zika-bearing mosquitos have been captured there. at least 35 people in miami beach have gotten zika locally. officials have sprayed the area hoping to get rid of infected mosquitos. >> alcides: a big revelation. "the new york times" reports in 1995 donald trump declard a loss of $916 million on his income tax returns. the paper reported that the losts were so large that they would have allowed trump to avoid paying the equivalent amount in income tax for 18 years. the clinton campaign says it
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his businesses. >> anjuli: jameis winston will lead the team against the denver bron co-s with dug martin sitting on the sidelines, tampa bay has to rely heavily on winston's passing game to defeat the defending super bowl chaufrps. that's at 4:05. >> lindsay: it's nice and toasty with the tailgate. we have to monitor the storms as they start later today inland and push west. so your official kickoff forecast is 87 degrees at bucs take on the broncos and scattered stoorms so be alert. can't rule out a lightning delay today. river view shows high clouds and good visibility. it's a bit warmer this morning and a little less comfortable. 74 in sebring and 71 in brooksville and 79 in st. pete, so warmer for you. we're all dry and look to the east for rain today, and we'll look to the north outside of our area for any fall-like air.
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timing out the rain on futurecast. we're dry this morning and dry at lunchtime. by 3:00, :00 interior storms push west, and depending on where they line up, that will determine ultimately if we do sigh any lightning around raymond james stadium. sky tower radar, watch it with us. it will alert you, and all eyes are on hurricane matthew. i'm have the latest update from the hurricane center. still a category 4 hurricane coming up. >> alcides: thank you. it's been weeks since hurricane across parts of florida, but some parts here in our state are still cleaning up as well. in fact, fema representatives have been out and about this weekend reminding homeowners they can sign up for help. anyone affected by the storm is eligible. fema says all situations are different, and everything is handling on a case-by-case basis. you can get help with grants and low-interest loans to pay for anything not covered about your homeowner's insurance. >> that can make a big difference in the lives of a lot
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their property because of hurricane hermine. you can get grants for home repairs, rental assistance, other needs not covered by insurance. for some families that money can make a big difference. >> alcides: you can register any damage with fema by calling the telephone number on your screen. you can also register at disasterassistance .gov or on te fema app. >> anjuli: on saturday the madera beach ferry fired up the speeds along the intercostal. they connect madeira beach to st. pete and treasure island. riders say it offering views you don't see from roadways and takes the stress out of getting to and parking at the beach. >> we don't have a boat to get around in, so we're taking advantage of the water taxi to get around and see different areas. it's so beautiful out here. >> there's no traffic out here to fight. if they have to fight anything,
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-- dolphin. >> anjuli: it will run fridays and saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and in march it is also on wednesdays from 10:00 to 9:00. >> alcides: a murder suspect known for better for escaping a broward county courtroom is proceedclaiming his innocence. in a facebook post he says i never committed murder a day in my life. he went on the run for six days back in july. during that time, he says he would clear him of a 2014 murder in fort lauderdale. prosecutors say dna ties him to that killing. all right. time for a little levity this morning. during last night's season premiere of "saturday night live," alec baldwin did an uncanny combrern nation of donald trump. >> anjuli: he played against
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here's a peek at the sketch. >> our jobs are fleeing this country. they're going to mexico. they're going to gina. if hillary knew how she would have done it already, period, end of story. i won the debate and stayed calm just like i promised, and it is over. good night, hofstra. >> anjuli: it's pretty good. it included plenty of interruptions similar to the real one. premiere until after the first presidential debate to parody the event. i'm sure they knew there would be a lot of material to work with. >> alcides: it's nine minutes long. >> i can't wait to watch the rest of it. >> hillary clinton was pretty funny as well. >> they picked on her as well. they always do. coming up, a local charity is helping those with nowhere to turn get back on track. >> alcides: we explain how the salvation army is doing so much more than just disaster relief coming up in this week's "faith in action."
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of door for disaster relief, but it turns out each and every day the salvation army is hard at work restoring a different kind of peace. the rehabilitation program is this week's "faith in action." born and raised in tampa, rocky was a standout from the start on the ball field. >> i played baseball since i was 3 and went to claim berlin high school and started all four years on varsity. >> by his junior year he was heavily recruited by florida state on to start at the university of tampa. despite his success on the diamond, off the field he was failing. drugs had become a con sfant in his life, threatening everything of importance to him. >> i was broken. just in a very, very dark place. didn't know what to do. didn't know how i had gotten where i'd gotten. >> after failing drug tests and struggling in the classroom, rocky ended up out of school, baseball and hope. >> it was like i was in a
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to go and what to do. i had ran out of ideas. >> somehow he ended up here at the salvation army's rehabilitation center in tampa. >> by them allowing mem to come here to the salvation army and helping me, it gave me an opportunity to just sit still and to allow that tornado -- to allow god to pull mem out of the tornado. >> for up to a year the program lodges, feeds and clothes those in need for free. >> when they come to us, there's a lack of trust, lack of faith, hopelessness. >> they have professional counseling focusing on the mind, body and spirit they work tirelessly to get men back on the path to sobriety. organizers say faith is the foundation of that fight. >> it truly is a life that is saved in every respect. >> that's the case with rocky. the salvation army was the only door left open during his downward spiral. he's sober and now serves as a mentor at the center.
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of survival. >> nothing is impossible with god. you're never too far gone for the reach of god. >> anjuli: again, the salvation army's adult rehab program is free to clients. they're able to pay for that service through donations and sales at their stores. pretty incredible, right? >> alcides: what i love about thele va vagus army is they're the first to respond to disasters, and they have other branches of the salvation army that outreach the community. >> they're always something. >> alcides: it's good work. i'm sure i know that guy. >> anjuli: it's a small world when you grow up in tampa. >> alcides: exactly. >> lindsay: it feels florida-like this morning starting out muggier and comfortable temperatures. 73 brookdale bayshore and no rain until the second half of the day. that's when the 40% chance of storms gather inland and push west. we'll be watching these at raymond james stadium. another thing we're monitoring
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couponing expert showed fabulous freebies, and right now kati kiefer joins us with a great deal of week. we have freebies again. >> why not stay on the free train, right? >> alcides: let's do it. this product gillette series shave gel is free and it's almost free depending on where you want to shop. >> alcides: what does that mean? >> at walmart it's $2.06. and you remember back at the beginning of summer, this freebie happened then. so this is your second chance to get it, but you have to know how what happens is at walmart the product is $2.74, and so you -- i'm going to teach you how to price match right now, because christmastime you'll be price matching like a fool. it's 2.06 on the walmart website. get your product and get to the dhekout and price match for the own and mark the price down to $2.06. this is where the magic happens. in last week's procter & gamble
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little arrows, right? so 2.06 minus $2, 6 cents a can. you have to pay 6 cents at walmart. target it's priced at $1.97 so completely free a target. go to walmart or target. target -- some people are not shopping at target right now, so i like to give you both. i like to give you both options. you can pay 6 cents and go to walmar target, you get it for free. >> alcides: re re with ton with this? >> it expires october 22nd when it expires. you don't have to rush in there. you can only buy four at a time. that coupon you can only use four identical coupons per household ber day. don't abuse the system. >> alcides: what is this you're talking about here? why do i walk to the register and match that? how come they don't do it at the sfor?
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>> why? >> people go in every day and pay 2.74 and say i'd like to pay 2.06 instead. >> alcides: that's not far. if it's that on the walmart webs, i should buy it for 2.06. >> i agree. >> i'm fired up about that. do you get a lot of e-mails about that? >> everybody says thanks for telling me the secret. >> for more information go our and click on the "seen on tv" tab. we'll have that and the other deal we had here very shortly. >> lindsay: at 8:47 we kick off our sunday morning a little more early september-like than early october-like. looking towards the beach, it looks lovely. some high clouds and it's a bit warmer and a bit less comfortable out the door, but the winds are just as light. they're out of the northeast, so
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on our johns hopkins all children's hospital cam and look owards tampa, some high clouds but not a drop of rain to dodge this morning. that's good news yesterday, and a little trickier for the boaters. we wake up well in the 70s. you started briefly in the 60s. i have 75 in frostproof and a steamy 75 in sarasota and also 75 in tampa. factor in what it feels like with the humidity, the dew points creep into the st. pete, your index value is 82 degrees. we held back the drier air and pushed it outside the viewing area. we flip-flop the winds out of the east. they veered east yesterday afternoon and brought heavy rain to interior polk county and also coastal manatee and sarasota counties. so as we look towards the east coast for our storms to develop, some may locally be heavy, but i think they're more scattered today. less humid air is across the state outside of the area with that east wind.
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southeastern part of the state. we go from summer in miami to fall in tallahassee at 61. at lavent has a lovely start and charlotte as well in the 50s and 60s. all eyes on major hurricane matthew down in the caribbean. hurricane hunters, we need theirs data. this is the 13th mission into the storm. what tear doing is investigating what's going on with the center and what's happening to the pressure. this is still an ire system. you can see it yourself. really odd-looking system. may kind of spiral around and become a little more compact, but for now we have moisture to the east and west. the brunt of hurricane-force winds are 25 miles from the center. slowly moving northwest with 150-mile-per-hour winds. the greatest concern for impacts are heavy rain, storm surge and strong winds, but depending on where this center makes
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a small location. so at least we have that. unfortunately, we may see upwards of 2 feet of rain in parts of haiti, even eastern cuba as these are mountainous areas. life-threatening mudslides and landslides possible. jamaica, we watch the eastern side of the storm, but the storm passes to the east and moves over the bahamas mid-week and comes close to florida. all the models right now keep it east of the state. the closer it gets, though, there may be squalls in southeast florida late week. know as we head five to seven days out the spread of models is greater. here's tuesday at 1:00, beyond the bahamas does this impact the carolinas and northeast? it's a close call, so i encourage you if you have family there, maybe you're visiting from there, to tune in throughout the week. for us locally our impacts naturally are good ones after a breeze mid-week, we'll drag in drier air on the backside of matthew, but that's not until friday and saturday. so days away.
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wind at 89. keep an eye out on sky tower for the game. the bucs play at 4:05. any storms should fade away by 10:00. we're dry monday morning, but a better chance of late day storms favoring the west coast late in the day. 88 with a 50% rain chance. northeast winds at 10 knots, a light chop and good boating today. looking ahead to low tide at 9:30. seven-day forecast features a 50% rain chance monday by a couple showers mid-week. it's breezy from matthew to the east, but drier late in the week and the mornings are cooler as well. time to wish happy birthday to one viewer, but he's cute. look at liam here. he loves to shake and groove and be with his dog named bud. liam likes to laugh a lot because he's super silly. smile and laugh and enjoy your day, buddy. >> alcides: still to come, pokemon go continues to sweep
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>> anjuli: no! do you? >> alcides: of course i have it. i have to make sure that the kids continue level, but my won son plays more than the other and they fight. i hate that game. i'm just saying. >> anjuli: people are hunting for characters all over the place. you've probably seen them. what one city in hillsborough
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finally this hour.. hundreds of people packed downtown plant >> anjuli: finally this hour, hundreds packed downtown plant city this week for a big pokemon event and a new food truck festival. >> alcides: pokemon? >> anjuli: pokemon. >> alcides: fox 13 photojournalist barry wong shows us what it's all about. >> if the kids come, the parents come, too. >> my kids love he loves it. he's into it. if we'd let him play more, he would. >> it's a popular trend right now, smoke mon internationally. we thought we'd jump into the craze. we wants to have the kids downtown. >> i knew there would be no many people coming here. they come in and talk to us about it and we get more contact with the kids and parents build more relationships with them. within a couple hours we have
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out of there, and they're purchasing stuff. from that they actually come back the next week and week after. we're open until the food trucks are done. it's so important. our customer base is mostly walk-up business. those people that we make a connection with that come in repeatlied. have a sweet day. >> we have a historic downtown with a lot of older businesses that have been here for a while. we hope to bring people downtown at that take advantage of what's available here from the different businesses. >> it's great. it gets people in here it's good stuff. >> the beard is in. it's been in, isn't it? >> anjuli: it's november, isn't it. >> we're still in october. >> he's starting early. >> we felt a little more october-like yesterday. today humidity is back, but late week i think it will feel more comfortable on the backside of matthew. late-day storms build west today through tuesday and breezy mid-week. we know that matthew will pass to the east in tampa bay, but we
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northeast. it's all on we'll coupe you -- keep you posted. >> you can keep up-to-date with all your news all the time. >> you can follow us on facebook and twitter. >> enjoy the rest of your weekend. weekend. we'll see you next weekend.
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