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>> lloyd: good evening, i am lloyd sauers. >> haley: and i am haley hi hinds. thank you for being with us. there is a major category 4 hurricane in the caribbean right now. over to meteorologist mike bennett with the latest on matthew. >> mike: we have reached it -- watch it reach hurricane strength. here is how it looks right now. kind of fluctuating in strength over the last, say, 24 to 36 hours or it is off to the west here. to the east side, we are still seeing strong thunderstorms making their way to hispanola as we speak. the currents wind 45 miles per hour. this has been updated at 5 p.m. and moving very slowly to the northwest at 5 miles per hour. central pressure at 945 millibars. started that northward turn and should continue on that northward track over the next couple of days. by monday evening, making its
between haiti and cuba this is either going to make landfall or close to it to the greater antilles as a mayor hurricane causing big, big problems. rainfall in the range of 20, 30, even upwards of 40 inches over the next couple of days and then make its way toward the bahamas. and it will come uncomfortably close to the florida, east florida coastline by thursday and friday afternoon. should stay far enough east. no real models its way toward florida, but close enough where we will have to continue to watch this closely over the next couple of days. meanwhile, hurricane warnings up for eastern edge of cuba, haiti and jamaica over the next couple of days. hurricane watches for bahamas. we will continue to watch these storms. radar checks coming up because storms this afternoon. we will talk about that and more about matthew and the seven-day forecast coming up in just a bit.
game day and bucs are taking on the so far denver broncos and bucs fans heading to ray jay. aaron mesmer joins us live. aaron, how is the moon looking right now? -- how is the mood out there right is now. >> reporter: pretty optimistic, but this is a tough game. undefeated 3-0 broncos super bowl champions. a tough game no matter what the outcome and now 17-7 halfway through the third quarter and the bucs are hanging tough. this game can go a long way to determine if that team is for real and can contend for the playoffs but like i said, a lot of optimism at raymond james. the bucs are 1-2 and trailing at halftime, 17-7. you can feel the excitement with the bucs fans out here tailgating. even though the broncos defense is among the toughest in the league, tampa bay has the toughest where it counts in the
in three and a half games, j jameirk s winston is giving fans a lot of hope. >> this is one of those ghaims people overlook us and we play a great game and win in could that be big win of the season to get us going. >> we looked a little sloppy in and out and i think we have absolutely every ability to if all the way. i think we can do it. our quarterback is terrific. >> reporter: jameis winston did have rushing touchdown earlier today w came from and the punxsutawney have a lot of work. like i said 17-7 and halfway through the third quarter and dealing with a lot of injuries. gerald mccoy. noah spence. out for the game. charles sims the back-up running backfilling in for doug martin has been dealing with an injury also. a lot of work to do but still -- enough time left, haley, for the bucs to make a comeback. >> let's hope for a win in the home field.
arriving in cleaater tay for the super boat national championship. fox 13's kellie cowan was there for the race today. >> haley: she takes us behind the scenes with the winnieest crews in racing. miss geico. >> reporter: they fly through the water at speeds over 150 miles per hour. >> we love to see them. they are fast and just exciting to come out here and watch them race. >> reporter: thousands of super boat fans pac sunday to check out the sport many call nascar on water. >> it's a really, really good comparison except we don't have brakes. >> reporter: the eight-time world champion driver of the miss geico racing team. his 50-foot catamaran is one of the fastest boats in the world hitting speeds of 200 miles per hour. and the shock and gravitational
110 to il perlooks very, le you got beat up. >> reporter: mark may be behind an entire crew getting this boat across the finish line. >> the crew is here trying different things and tuning the engines finding more power in certain areas and more manageable. it is getting the balance right. >> reporter: with the national championship on the line, miss geico team making last-minute tweaks to their new engines. >> i can't show you the engines because they are top secret. >> reporter: sunday's race the first time the twin 2000 ho horsepower engines were tested in race conditions. they flew by the competition in the first lap. but then trouble on the water. one of their brand-new engines failed after just one lap, and miss guyco was left in other racers' wakes.
the miss geico crew. they have 5 days before the international championship in key west. kellie cowan, local 10 news in clearwater. also this afternoon we learned that two of the boats competingn the fsho boat races flipped off of clearwater beach today. we are told that two people ar injured. no word tonight so far on their conditions, but we know they were taken to bayfront health st. petersburg for treatment. speaking of the water a group of people protest what has opinion recently dumped into the tampa bay. sign from john's pass with messages,e won't s sewage and honk for clean wa water. after hermine they dumped 100 million of raw and partially treated sewage into tampa bay. the old and outdated system can't keepwiy permanent fix bes happens again. >> we want to force the city to
could take up to ten years and we want to press them to make it sooner because that means two to three years of the same dumping every time there is a hurricane or every time there is heavy rains and we don't want to see that lailz haleigh st. pete officials say it is already under construction and they are looking what they can do to speed up the process. they are working to identify the city's weakest pipes that allows water into the systems and causing overflows. artistic today with a special open house at the straz center. >> haley: still to come a look >> haley: still to come a look at the famve? wheeen ill savingst eipt.
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the straz center is getting ready to kick off its broadway season next ready to kick off its broadway season next month. >> haley: before the curtain opens, they opened their doors. they had an open house party featuring free live performances, back-stage tours and free activities. face painting for the kids and ticket specials for those on the look outfor a good show. a preview what is in store for this year's broadway season. in paris." we have "king and i." the "the curious incident." "little mermaid" next summer. "finding neverland" all big shows. >> haley: live painting as part of art on the walk clock tampa bay. the straz initiative will bring works of art outside of the riverwalk. hundreds of people are without power thanks to a
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i always have, and always will. through parts of central through parts of central storms rolled through parts of central florida last night leaving a trail of debris. >> lloyd: as gina ben irk tez shows us one tree knocked out powers to dozens of homes. >> reporter: the power was out for hours because of a downed
right in the middle of the r road. city parks on call crews were called out to chop the tree and clear it out of the busy r roadway. >> reporter: not only did the storms knock out a massive tree but caused power lines to come crashing down leaving people without power. nearby power sayings was also damage. ouc said 600 customers lost power. crews worked quickly though and restored it within about an ho day clearing the downed lines and getting things in the area back to normal as quickly as possible. gina benitez, fox 13 news. >> lloyd: so happened that we had some storms blossoming in our area right now. >> mike: things get a little interesting as we get into the evening. last weekend we had that delay at the bucs -- no storm around the stadium right now. but i am kind of nervous with pres colliding near it we may
over the next hour. that is certainly something to watch closely. let's get to this weather trivia, sunday night. >> haley: been a while. >> mike: it has been a while. we are talking about matthew. in october, the potential of matthew making landfall in the eastern united states. what was the last atlantic hurricane to be north of florida either october or november. >> lloyd: not including >> mike: was it a, sandy. b, hazel. c, gloria. or d, floyd. i want to let you know, there is a bit of a trick involved in this question. >> lloyd: there always is. always something with you. [ laughter ] >> mike: a trick answer i left in here for you guys. we will see if you come up with it. i will give you a point if you come up with what the trick is. how's that. two points available for this
see what you come up with on this one. let's get to it. busy, busy evening. the all children hospital, storms over the bay over the east there. starting to build. you see ominous-looking clouds and meanwhile head to brookdale bayshore camera off in the distance seemingly over downtown tampa and you can see the storms in the distance as well. sky tower radar view notice this batch of storms from the south. broken at times through manatee and on into sarasota counties. this is what i'm talking about over tampa, over hillsborough, essentially over 75. you so they boundary coming in from the east. another one moving from the west. the sea breeze boundary there. and where they collide, that's where you tend to see some storm development, and we are already starting to see some of that just off to the south and east of tampa as you head toward davis island toward the north toward tampa terrace and
and we will watch to see if we have any storms developing along this, the next 20 to 30 minutes. dade city out and heavy downpour. not a lot of movement and pick up a quick inch offer two after a short period of time. lightning near inverness. lightning strikes over the last 20 minutes. over 100 now and back out to the south. you head to myacca city. arcadia back to the west. north port and venice and these storms back to the west moving offshore interesting as we head through the next couple of hours. it will be a while before things start to quiet down. stationary is kind of the focus for a lot of storm activity, but obviously the big story this week has been matthew. here matthew. the enhanced satellite imagery. you see that eye. the eye was very evident earl hee this afternoon are earlier in the morning. fell apart and getting more
it is a category 4 and all the computer models essentially take it to the east of florida. there is one that takes it close to the coast there. that model has been an outlier for the last four or five days. no other model brings it back close. having said that close enough where it is something to watch and beyond that close enough for the outer banks. perhaps for the northeast a little bit later on into the weekend. our futurecast toward 9, 10:0 pushing those storms back offshore. drying overnight becoming partly cloudy and hanging into the morning hours tomorrow. mostly sunny start. scattered storms developing late in the afternoon and building toward the inland areas where we have the best chance of showers and storms tomorrow. a 50% chance of rain as we head throughout the day on monday. so here is a look at your forecast for tonight. evening storms moving off- off-shore. 75 degrees. for the day tomorrow, more scattered storms.
it's interesting. as matthew pulls to the north and east. it will drag down dry air or the back side of it. by thursday and friday dry things out and by saturday and sunday, we really lower the dew dew points, lower the
humidity and drop all the rain chances together. we will see how close matthew stays whether or not to fine tune that forecast in the next couple of days. kevin? >> kevin: play a perfect game against the super bowl champs but that is not happening as they trail by a lot. a big game in atlanta. you taking on the carolina
champs, the bucs knew they had to protect the football and play a near perfect game. that is not happening. talib returns to tampa bay and haunts his old club i should say with two first-half interceptions. take a look at the score. those two picks led to 14 points for the broncos an put the bucs in a 14-7 hole. score 20-7. denver in the third quarter. bucs have lost gerard mccoy and noah spence for the game. den have lost trevor paxton lynch is playing in his first nfl game as a rookie and right now is doing very well. a key nfc south match-up. carolina at atlanta. 81 points. 1,000 yards of offense. cam newton finds calvin benjamin for the core and here is where the falcons hurt the panthers. cam newton for the two-point plan. watch number 45 yan jones at the goal line with a big pop. newton will are to leave this
symptoms. he didn't return. the bucs play carolina next week. something that is worth watching. a day for the falcons to fly. 503 yards. four touchdowns. julio jones was on the rec receiving end of most of them. jones is the sixth player in nfl with a 300-yard play off of it catches. he had one touchdown. atlanta wins 48-33. bills and patriots get it going early right before kickoff. this gets the bills really fired up for this one. buffalo sets the tone early and carry through the whole game. tyrod taylor to mccoy for a 7-0 lead. the patriots are to go with a hurting jacobi brissette. and he fumbles. you have to that i it played a fact other on that. hurting new england. bills hold the patriots out of
new england is shut out the first time at home sin 1993. the bills twin 16-0. the rays are putting their final game in the hand of chase whitley making his first start since may of last year. whitley coming back from tommy john surgery and the rays see what he has got when they look forward to next season. the rays hold the number two pick in the draft and this one could factor in this game. whitley gets early run support in the 7th a sac fly for 2-0. bases are loaded for luke maile. a little ground ball to short. does enough damage as that gets evan longoria hom r-2. in the 7th. alexi ramirez a late add to this team a single to right and cory dickerson in for 4-2 rays lead and rays lead 4-3 in the
reduced in dover. shrinks to a dozen drivers. had already advanced so really there are ten spots up for g grabs right now as they whittle down this playoff race. final race of the opening round for the chase and problems for jimmie johnson while leading. a pit crew member jumps out too soon. that is a violation and johnson will come back to finish 7th. martin true ex- jr. the hottest driver. he wins today the second victory of the chase. the four drivers not advance jamie mcmurray, tony stewart who is in his final season. united states enters the singles play of the ryder cup needing 5 points out of the 12 patrick reid defeats roar -- rory mcilroy. beating justin rose winning one up. americans cruising.
ryan moore needing a 3 putt to clinch the cup. ohio state is number. clemson leads two spots with impressive win over louisville and the washington huskies, biggest movers, up five spots to number 5. miami up 4 spots to number 10 and they play florida state this fell 11 spots with their loss. and gators are up 5 spots to 18. usf how about this getting some respect finally. they get six votes in this week poll. a
big win in cincinnati. >> haley: well deserved. >> kevin: a good strong season for these teams as they get closer to bowl. >> haley: looking like it. thanks, kevin. controversy continues on the campaign trail.
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the federal tax code is and donald trump is better at fixing it. no one that showed more genius the way maneuver around the tax code and he rightfully used the laws to do that and he promised in the tack plan to change the special interest loopholes. >> reporter: clinton supporters pushing the narrative as trump as a failed business plan. >> guess who his tax plan benefits, billionaires. his tax plan benefits donald trump. should be no surprise to anyone since that is the the world. >> reporter: meanwhile, hillary clinton back on the campaign trail a day after an auto tape where she could be heard criticizing bnie sanders supporters leaked. secretary clinton focus on gun violence and not passing up an opportunity to listen to her opponent's message of law and order. >> of course we need safe neighborhoods. no one is against that. of course we need communities
but we also need justice and dignity and equality. and we can have both. >> reporter: the latest fox news poll have clinton with a 3-point lead in a national h head-to-head race. in new york, peter ducey, fox news. the presidential debate was the most-watched political event in history but what can we expect from the candidates' runs mates. mike pence and democrat virgina senator tim kaine square off for the first and only time for the vice vice presidential debate on tuesday. historically, vice presidential debates had little real impact on the election, but this race has been anything but ordinary and neither candidate is taking anything for granted. we told you can expect two distinct strategies to unfold. kaine will likely force pence to defend donald trump's controversial statements and pence will go after hillary
is about a choice. and people need to think really hard about the record that hillary clinton brings on the foreign stage. >> it's intense, but i am calm. things work out the way they are supposed to. >> reporter: tim kaine will have a home field advantage in this debate. hosted in longwood university in farmville, virginia. begins tuesday at 9 p.m. we are hearing from the family of a 6-year-old boy who died after being shot on the playground. jacob hall was kle 14-year-old shoot are at townville elementary school. he was taken to greenville memorial hospital where he died saturday afternoon. authorities say the teenager who shot him open fired wednesday on jacob and his classmates hitting two students and a teacher. jacob's mother, renee, is remembering her son as she thanks the community for their support. >> what happened to jacob? jacob for gives already. he is in heaven smiling down at us.
strong to forgive just like he would have. >> lloyd: an autopsy will determine jacob's exact cause of death. two other people were injured in the school shooting and investigators said before the teenaged gunman went to that school, he shot and killed his father. developing tonight the national transportation safety board is investigating the cause of the new jersey train crash that claimed one life offer thursday. the agency interviewed the train's engineer, but investigators say the crash is part of a long history safety violations by new jersey transit. fox's laura ingle has more from hoboken. >> reporter: a federal audit of new jersey transit conducted this year reportedly found dozens of violations including trains overruns switches and red signals and lapses in safety protocols and train yards. the federal railroad administration has been considering enforcement action against emergency transits prior to the hoboken crash that
injuring over 100. anonymous sources report wi willedly familiar with the investigation say the audit coincided with an increase in concerning incidents at the new jersey railroad which has seen ten slow speed accidents this year and 25 accidents in 2015. from 2013 to 2015, new jersey transit agreed to pay nearly $335,000 in penalties for 33 violations of federal safety regulations. in this current investigation, 48-year-old the train's engineer was interviewed saturday but the ntsb say we won't hear about the content of their sitdown until all the other crewmembers are interviewed. an inspection of the track didn't find thinking that would affect the train's performance and no signal problems on the tracks leading to the terminal. all of this preliminary information amplifies the main question, how could this have happened. workers here at the terminal can be seen pulling cables and wires, moving equipment with
transportation hub back together again and make transportation safe enough so engineers can pull the trains off the tracks. live in hoboken, new jersey, laura ingle, fox news. marks one year since the sinking of the el faro near the bahamas. family, friends and maritime officers meet in jacksonville with a special memorial. it sunk after i the path of hurricane joaquin. all 33 people on board are presumed dead. it is a ride of the l lifetime for those who served our country. >> haley: um next we will take to you texas where governor
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>> we have talked about about exercise being addictive. occurs to me that maybe it is contagious. the riders, i mean, wounded vets are war fighters seem to be spreading a contagion of positive healing feeling. >> that is interesting -- a really interesting way to look at it. these are remarkable individuals who have been severely injured who refuse to quit, and in this case if used exercise recover physically anden mentally. >> i was injured in 2003 in afghanistan riding with everybody hwill ee. i am doing the same thing, and it is -- you quit thinking about it nothing matte. nothing else . it's -- everything is normal. you know, the -- my head is clear. my body feels good, and it is a -- it is a v calming and cket attack in ghdad, ira
challenge and something i he been working through every day. tried the medication and the therapist and i didn't connect with either one. now a matter of staying fit and staying outside. >> moving away from medication and more with exerci. >> no question. you know, like anything, there is a learning curve, and a lot of these vets, many oth were on pill a
he is and the way he treats us. he is one of us, you know. and that's -- that's an incredible thing. >> your commitment comes across. a lot of people are inspired by your personal courage and these men are showing great courage. can you speak how they resonate with you. >> you are out there riding with a person, you know, who lost her leg and we are talking about her recovery and somehow she is doing and you realize just could have quit and said why self-ty but is ameouasset t e future this couns is vyortant.now, all ourets ihil and they are all inspiratial. i have gotten to know a lot of them. so inspirational i painted 97 of them. and i am putting out a book that will draw attention to the invisible wounds of war, and so it is a book about courage. and recovery.
will you sign it for me? >> of course. if you buy the deluxe version, i will it for you. >> haley: a special event. especially for those who come >> lloyd: every year the president does it. it really is special. kevin joins us again -- we are not going to talk football. we are going to talk trivia. >> kevin: trivia. this game they are trying to claw their way in it -- jameis winston 38 yard since his touchdown drive. competition going off the field at one bucs space. all-star trivia. we have round two coming up next. you e limakethweekly ad. so ts is weeke m res weekday , nofothat how i how 'bout you? publix. where shopping is a pleasure. after an obscene amount was spent building this
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from there they come back next week or the week over. >> until the s is mostly alk-up. people we make a connection wi that come in repeatedly. >> off sweet day. >> very cool to see a lot of people in downtown. we have a historic downtown and older businesses that have been here for a whilend bringing people downtown to take advantage of what is available from the different businesses. >> it's great. gets the people in here. getsple walking ar good stuff. >> haley: emll. >> lloyd: more. >> haley: follow us on twitter >> back here atox13news.c