tv FOX 13 500 News FOX October 18, 2016 5:00pm-6:00pm EDT
they didn't see them on the highway. >> reporter: charles hunt says his niece was in the car that hit the mom and daughter. he's lived on the road for 40 years and says he often sees the second grader walking along the bus stop along the road with her mom. >> she's always holding the little girl's hand walking her to school and go down in the evening time and pick her up. >> reporter: they're both fighting for lives in two polk county hospitals. the neighbors say the county needs to step accident waiting to happen, but it's dangerous. i'm pretty sure that the county, the city and everybody is aware of that. >> reporter: we reached out to county officials to see if they're looking into adds streetlights or possibly a sidewalk and we have yet to hear back. linda. an arrest in a dead hi hit-and-run case from polk county. deputies charged a man with killing a woman with alzheimer's and trying to cover up the crime. josh cascio has been covering
office with the latest. josh. >> reporter: just a short time ago, the sheriff announced to us it was an anonymous tip led them to jarvis kendrick, 37 years old from lakeland. it he stopped and called 911 and did the right thing, there would be zero charges. the alleged hit-and-run is one thing. what he did after that allegedly is a whole other story. first, i want to show you h polk county. deputies allege on october 6th he hit janice joy walking along duff road near sheffield drive in lakeland and just took off. joy suffers from alzheimer's disease. her loved ones tell fox 13 she likely at the time had no idea where she was going. at the time sheriff judd noted a piece of the suspect vehicle was left at the scene, a broken
scheme to cover up the damage to his car going as far as to purposely crash into a sign on the highway to try and cover up the alleged hit-and-run. >> we're shocked. we expect more of everyone in the community, but certainly we expect more of those in the community that we see as a leader in the community. now he's a leader in the county jail. about there is the fact that kendrick is a senior vp for mid-flor credit union. also get this. back in 2015, jarvis kendrick was among those honored with the polk emerging leaders award. he was described as a self-less leader and someone that took pride in helping at-risk kids. tonight himself he's facing a pair of felonies including leaving the scene of the accident involving death. that is a felony one. linda, back to you. >> josh, thank you.
new port richey neighborhood after a shooting earlier this afternoon. employees at a dollar general near the scene got a shock when a woman walked in asking for help telling the clerks she got shot. deputies got the call before 1:30 this afternoon. the woman's injuries are not life-threatening. a st. pete soldier police officer is accused of passing out drunk behind the wheel of a car, and this isn't his first arrest for drunk driving. they arrested officer anthony green after they found him passed out i last night on gulf boulevard. he was arrested for dui back in 2009, put into a recovery program. but the chief also says if convicted, there won't be any more chances. >> if we come to find out he did do exactly that, no, he's not going to be there. he's going to go through his due process. >> right now green's on unpaid leave, and coming up a little later at 6:00, we're going to explain the recovery program and how green was able to keep his
they taught the nation anything is possible including women in baseball. they're the ladying behind the movie "a league of their own." they make sure that other women athletes are remembered. >> i love the movie, the whole thing. as kimberly kuizon reports there's building the first of its kind women's sports museum in sarasota. >> reporter: these women are in a league of their own. >> i was on both. >> reporter: they're the inspiration for the hollywood version. >> there's no crying in baseball! >> reporter: of this. >> an all american pastime. >> from 1942 to 1554 they were part of the all american's girling professional baseball league. she played for the rockford peaches and she was a utility player playing right field and second base and pitcher. > i went out to play baseball in spite of my mom and aunt telling me not to do it because women don't play baseball. >> during world war ii many major league teams dissolved as
and games drew up to 10,000 people. >> i was just a kid. very nervous. never had the experience to play in front of everybody. >> reporter: it was an experience she'll never forget. she's working to bring a women's sports museum to sarasota to pay tribute to every sport. >> i'd like to see the history of women's sports from way back whenever up to the present day. >> reporter: a spot for the museum hasn't been chosen yet. they're in the beginning stages of planning and but she hopes it will happen in a few years. >> the intent is a living and breathing museum very interactive to be a teaching museum. >> reporter: she envisions classrooms to help women connect to jobs in the athletic field. >> it's important to see what the challenges were and what other people did to give them the able to do what they do today. >> say vision sue hopes is a reality. >> i would like to see something happen for these ladies. >> we would, too.
you know what they say, everybody should see their doctor at least once a year, and it's no different for these guys. the swans, the famous ones of lakeland. it was swan roundup day. sometimes the swans win. been going on for 36 years. they rounded up 65 swans from lake morton. they will be held overnight. a vet narian will way and vaccinate them. they're the symbol of the city. >> we line up and circle him until on him. once the net is put on the bird, my job is to put it in neutral, jump up and help him get the bird into the boat because the bird is heavy. >> oh, yeah. it's not as easy as it looks. that's our reporter ken suarez tooking a shot at it. look at that. he caught three. he was pretty proud of himself, but the guy in charge says ken's technique needs a little work
the swans are fine and be back out in the water after they get their checkups. you can check out adorable adoptables and take one home this saturday night. the humane society of tampa bay gearing up for this weekend's annual tucks and tails fund-raiser. they have dinner, dessert and entertainment and then there's a fashion show, too. these are the gift baskets, 120 of them all be auctioned off or through a silent auction to benefit the humane society. there are lots of dog >> it's a great party where we have adoptable animals like this little girl walking down the runway. >> they do. have over 120 animals. that's russell rhodes from a previous event to emcee. sometimes he's caught up and grabs a dog. sherry said they have sold over 1,000 tickets. it's a big event.
put a link at fox13news.com. it's a fun party that does a lot of good. >> one of the best of the year. we'll see you there. >> yeah. still to come on the fox 13 news at 5:00, before stopping in tampa, governor rick scott toured parts of brevard county dealing with hurricane damage. more on his fight to get additional relief money from the government. a controversial concert is coming back to raymond james. the newly announced dates for the sunset music festival when
when powerful people need someone to do their dirty work, they hire bob buesing. how far will he go? buesing fought to foreclose assisted-living retirement homes, threatening local seniors with homelessness. then, buesing defended wells fargo against charges of helping a ponzi-schemer swindle millions. buesing's firm was even accused of overbilling local schools , now, buesing's running for senate. how far will bob buesing go?
amendment 1 guarantees your right - to generate your own solar energy. and placing that right in florida's constitution - keeps the politicians from messing with it. amendment 1 also allows for common sense consumer protections - because that's the right way to do solar. amendment 1: good for the economy. good for florida. vote yes on amendment 1 - for the sun. this is mike's office. if he doesn't show up, he doesn't get paid. too often marco rubio didn't
show up and failed us when he did. i am patrick murphy. to get things done, you've got to show up. you've got to work together. whether it's protecting social security and women's health care
instead of pointing fingers. i am patrick murphy and i approve this message because i'll never stop
working for you. ((linda vo )) governor rick scott was in tampa today... governor rick scott was in tampa today to attend a luncheon to talk jobs. it was about the hispanic initiative fund which is a greater creator of jobs in the state. because we cut taxes and reduced regulation and get a return for taxpayers, look what happened right now? we're down to 60,000 people receiving unemployment benefits
enterprise florida has clearly worked. >> governor scott says the state has added more than a million jobs in the past five years. before governor scott arrived here today, he was touring damage from hurricane matthew in brevard county. we found things are slowly returning to normal, but there's a lot of rebuilding to do. >> reporter: the tiki bar is gone, the covered patio blown away, and there are still major electrical issues being worked out. fish lips bar and grill is back first time since hurricane matthew tore through. >> a business like this, and they have 130 employees. the impact on them is that a lot of these individuals get paid by tips primarily or by the hour. when their restaurant is not open, it impacts the business. >> reporter: governor rick scott toured the restaurant this morning. since the storm hit, things have been tough. >> we have laid off 40 employees, and we hope to have them back as soon as we re-open.
our employees with our downstairs to get them as business as they can so they can pay their bills. >> reporter: brevard is still waiting for assistance from the federal government. scott says several counties in the state have been granted assistance, but the president has still not approved brevard. >> so my goal is that he does it today. >> reporter: with around half a million dollars in damages to his restaurant, hensel is hopes for the gina benitez, fox 13 news. [ music ] new at 5:00, sunset music vette val set a date for the return to raymond james stadium. it made headlines after two people died last year and 50 others were hospitalized. the two-day electronic music concert kicks off on may 27th. among the changes this year, the tampa sports authority says there will be additional medical
early for california's sierra nevada. yeah, that's snow. it began falling on sunday and continued today dusting the region with several inches of fresh powder. residents were surprised but dinned mind the early start to the winter season. >> i've lived here for a long time. it's snowing early and it's always beautiful. now i got to shovel it. >> that's right. the snow forcing drivers to break out their tire chains, too, before hitting the all we want, paul, is just a little cold front. just a little cold front. >> we're not asking for show. >> no. you can ask for it, but it won't happen. you can ask all you want. >> we want it to be 90. >> we want the cool weather coming up. when you have record heat in the east, usually have some cold and sometimes snow ? in the west. it balances itself out. the past couple of days not bad because dew points are a little
so, it's tough to complain. you may want a 75. i get it or a 70, but it's not awful. 85 degrees, and highs today 91, though, in brandon. yikes. 88 in tampa and 90 in brandon and 91 in bradenton and 91 in sarasota. these are not official. these official high temperatures come out around 5:30 and gives you an idea where we stand today, and cooler days are certainly ahead. that's the first significant cold front on average. the high on november 1 #st typically is 81, and the low is 64. by the end of november, a 75 and 58, that's a pretty good combination, isn't it? today, though, we're locked in again with an east and northeast wind. atmosphere a bit drier and more stable, so i couldn't find really any significant rain. remember yesterday we had some
coast. today maybe a sprinkle here, maybe a sprinkle there, maybe one up in citrus county, and that's it. we'll stay rain-free tonight, and temperatures now are still in the mid to upper 80s. we watch with interest what's happening in the southeast bahamas. it looks to me as though either a subtropical or tropical storm will develop. it will be named otto. the good news is -- a couple things good about it. it's not heading this way, and eventually as it moves down cooler and drier weather our way. that's going to happen this weekend. as every day goes by, my confidence in a cold front is certainly getting higher, and that's good. the models show low pressure spinning east of us, and then going up the east coast is a big rainmaker to new england. we stay on the backside, so by saturday the winds should rush
back here will build in. it will give us a lot of sunshine. in fact, the weekend right now simply looks fantastic. lots of sunshine, low humidity, 50s and 60s for lows and mostly in the 70s for daytime highs. you can't beat that. mild, dry evening tonight as low pressure spinning east of the state. here comes the cold front moving very, very slowly our way. it will pass by, i think, late friday maybe a couple of showers and then we go from orange and yellow to green and blue, which are good colors. they're cooler temperatures for sure. here's the weekend cooldown. temperatures wednesday back in the 70s and 80s for us, and then by friday at 2:00 we're still in the low to mid-80s. then by saturday at 8:00 a.m., we drop into the low to mid-60s, and then we look ahead another day to sunday. by 8:00 a.m. more upper 50s and
afternoon, look at this. high temperatures mostly in the mid-70s, so take your pick. today the high about 88, low temperature about 71 this morning. by saturday we do a 79 and a 62. that's a nice transition pretty much from summer to fall over the weekend. it's another day today with record-heat across the entire east coast going back to texas, but eventually this big trough, which brought the will start dipping to the south, and you know, if you want to get cooler weather, you have to see this. you have to see a big u in the jet stream. that's a trough. it brings down cool air from the northwest. they typically hang around for a couple of days. that will happen this time, and then by monday and tuesday, we slowly start the warm-up. so certainly something for a will the on of us looking forward to and a good tim to crank up the fire pit this weekend. mostly clear tonight down to 70.
daytime highs back in the upper 80s and on sunday -- on thursday more sunshine and warm afternoon and 87. so we have sunday on the brain. northeast winds about 10 knots east and light chop on the bay. next tide is a low tide at 9:46. seven-day forecast is a good one. a cold front goes by on friday, and pretty good numbers for the weekend. 70s for highs and 50s and 60s for lows. back to you. >> i sure do. thank you. the parents of a today to take him off life support. he was viciously beaten last weekend in an upscale neighborhood near orlando. >> we show you what investigators are learning about this mysterious murder. >> this is the 15-year-old that died after his family made the heart-breaking decision to take him off life support. >> roger was a good kid. winter park high school student, loving family. certainly did not deserve this
>> police arrived around 10:00 saturday night to find him blacked out in the middle of central park. >> this was not gang-related. this was not racially motivated. certainly not a hate crime, at least that's what we're finds out so more. >> he knows who is there was night fighting with him. they look into the possibility that some kind of spray sparked in fight. >> there was some type of spray. we don't know exactly was. we don't believe it was mace or pepper spray. it was more of an odor spray that prompted maybe the altercation or the confrontation. >> reporter: the winter park city manager, mayor and chief insist this is an is lated incident. >> there's no indication that this group set out to kill somebody. we don't even know at this point whether they actually killed somebody. we know that he's dead.
trauma on his body, but the incident report says the weapons used were hands, feet and fists. the beating rocked winter park high school where a classmate said roger was an 11th grader taking advanced classes. she said he was smart, funny, and kind-hearted who had lots of friends. >> winter park is a compassionate community. so while many questions are yet to be answered or shared, please join me and keep the victim and his families in your allow them their privacy as they grieve the loss. >> holly bristow, fox 13 news. still to come don't on the fox 13 6:00 news. fire guts a sfor in tampa tonight. fire investigators know what sparked the flames last night at the big and deals supercenter on hillsborough avenue. it was quite a scene. stand by the cause at the top of the hour. if you have a galaxy note 7, you shouldn't. details about what some airports are doing to make sure you don't
scared for my daughter. none of those young men served a day behind bars. ober said losing a baseball scholarship was punishment enough. if mark ober can't protect our families, it's time for a new state attorney. it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands. and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm
a republican, but this election is so much bigger mp world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing when it really mattered. (linda) a screw-worm i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
spreading in the keys. since july they have killed about 60 key deer. they detected them in six areas west of big pine and no name skis. they're mag gots that eat livestock and pets alive. anyone heading north from the keys with animals muss stop at a checkpoint so agricultural workers can check for signs of those worms. >> they have to get that under control. a federal judge is leaning towards approving a nearly $15 volkswagen. he will issue a final ruling next week over the emissions. last year they admitted to misleading regulators by installing secret sofs wear to hide the pollution they were emits. they will spend up to $10 billion to buy back or repair nearly half a million vehicles. owners are paid from $5,000 to $10,000. people with social security benefits receive a small cost of
we mean small. just 0.3 of a percent, about $4 a month extra on average. last year the lack of inflation kept benefits from increasing at all. the average social security payment is a little over 1$1300a month. a sweet announcement from the maker of m&m's. there's a brand-new flavor, caramel. it sounds like a commercial but this is a creamy caramel center covered in still ahead: a central florida hospital is the scene of a brutal crime. how officers were able to track a man down and put him behind
no more than one hundred milligrams as it affects how well it works. brilinta helps keep my platelets from sticking together and forming a clot. brilinta reduced the chance of another heart attack. or dying from one. it worked better than plavix. >>don't stop taking brilinta without talking to your doctor since stopping it too soon increases your risk of clots in your stent, heart attack, stroke, and even death. brilinta may cause bruising or bleeding more easily, or serious, sometimes fatal bleeding. don't take brilinta if you have bleeding, like stomach ulcers, tell your doctor about bleeding, new or unexpected shortness of breath, any planned surgery, and all medicines you take. >>talk to your doctor about brilinta. i'm doing all i can. that includes brilinta. if you can't afford your medication,
now at 5:30 -- a shocking attack outside a central florida hospital. we start with a shocking attack outside a central florida hospital. this guy pulls up next to a woman in the hospital parking lot and kidnaps her. >> they learn the disturbing details of the attack. listen to this. on sunday robert hicks pulled up next to the woman parked at the west marion hospital, pulled open her door. the woman screamed and yelled. he wrestled her to the ground, though, zip tied and her hands
hicks repeatedly raped and threatened to kill her. somehow she convinced him to drop her back off at the e.r. and police arrested hicks by tracking him through the phone that he stole from her. >> sometimes you don't know that you have some of that information. you see something, say something, hear something and say something. we're going to follow every lead until we prove or disprove whether or not it's detrimental to that incident. so that helped a lot. >> the woman told police hicks is held without bond at the marion county jail. deputies in hillsborough donald trump hope this surveillance picture helps them track down three people behind a brazen smash-and-grab. they smashed a frnt window of pilot business early monday morning. they take 18 large tvs and safes loaded into the van here. if you recognize this van, call deputi deputies. elections officials tegs the equipment used for voting in three weeks. they do it every year, but with
officials are firing back. >> so we don't have dead people coming in to vote. we don't have convicted felons coming in to vote. we have good voter rolls, and we have good elections. >> that's hillsborough county elections supervisor craig lat measure who says florida's voting machines are not connected to the internet and we have paper ballots for backup so the vote can be re-created in needed. the president is denouncing trump for trying to create suspicion about the election. >> i have never seen in lifetime or in modern political history any presidential candidate trying to discredit the elections and the election process before votes have even taken place. >> is it time bring in craig patrick. we heard the president pretty hard on donald trump there. do you think there is anything
here thinking he may not win? >> let's start with voter fraud. there's clearly something to the problem of voter fraud. we've investigated it in florida. we've knocked on doors and found people who voted in this state and then voted in another state, north carolina, for example, in the same election. so this does exist. we found dozens of cases of it in florida going back to 2012. the trump campaign is citing others include a pugh study shows 24 million voters who were no longer valid. 1.8 million who were dead, yet, still listed as voters. he's raised concerns about hundreds of votes being improperly cast in the state of pennsylvania four years ago. some research from old dominion university showing a small percentage, around 2% of non-citizens cast ballots in 2010. so to his point that there has been voter fraud, well, that certainly is true, and we've confirmed it by the way of our
fox 13. the question is whether or not there is widespread voter fraud. the president maintains and election managers maintain while no system is perfect, there has not been widespread fraud as trump has claimed, and trump has yet to produce the evidence showing widespread and what he means exactly when he says that. >> so basically where do we go from here, then? is there anything else that elections officials can do at this point to reassure voters. >> among other things from w talking about the potential for hacking into a system, but it's something that election managers should very concerned about as well, particularly given the recent turn of events across the nation. i think on top of that you look at the efforts that latimer and others made across florida to make sure thashz not widespread fraud. floo three weeks away. thank you so much. hillary clinton is leading in the polls, but her e-mail controversies continue to cloud
hacked e-mails from the clinton campaign chair, and the fbi is releasing documents. these include claims that take state department official tried to grant a favor to the fbi in an attempt to change the classification of one of clinton's e-mails. state department specsman john kirby says that is not true. >> we looked into this. there was no quid pro quo even suggested. there wasn't an inkling of that. >> trump calls this allegation worse than the fbi and state department say the deal didn't take place. they're getting ready in las vegas for the final presidential debate. the trump campaign announced today that the mother of one of the americans killed in the attack in benghazi will attend tat debate as trump's guest. you may remember during the last debate, trump invited some women who accused former president bill clinton of sexual assault. the candidates take the stage at the university of las vegas tomorrow night at 9:00. fox news chris wallace will
right here on fox 13. people in south florida feel the effects of king tide. that's when there's an unusually high tide because of the sun, moon and earth aligning in the right positions. it's caused street flooding. we have more on this annual event causing some major headaches. >> this is all closed. >> this time it's here for hours. >> reporter: along cordova road in fort lauderle after high tide. >> it will come right back in the morning, but it makes me feel better. >> reporter: this lady says she is left with a mess after her home became an island. sky force hd was overhead to catch the effects of the seasonal high tides there and in hollanddale beach where higher than normal tides have eroded parts of the beach. >> i seen a car get stuck a
>> the boat ramp area also flooded, and you can see just how bad it got from above on the seven drone cam. >> anywhere from 12 to 14 inches deep. >> we caught up with this guy on 79th street and northwest tenth avenue in miami-dade. he says he has seen what the rising saltwater can do. as has this long-time fort lauderdale resident. >> i was never really a firm believer of global warming, but this will make you think twice about it. >> boy, that is roug so imagine growing up without ever hearing the sound of your parents' voice? that was true for this little boy right here until a new
okay, you know i was your governor. but there' s some things you may not know. my hair used to be way better. i played quarterback. my dad was a doctor here for 55 years. i swim every morning. and yes, i'm a fan of fans! and in congress i'll get things done for pinellas county. i'll protect social security and medicare, defend women's healthcare and planned parenthood, and take care of our veterans.
it's a blessing made possible by science... a new type of it's a blessing made positive by science. a new type of cochlear implant allows a toddler to her his parents' voice. >> he isn't hearing any voices from the computer. >> any trip to the hospital brings anxiety. nerve-racking for eric and jamie. >> he's not hearing anything. >> it started when their little boy, nature than, lost all his hearing at fie months old. >> it was a hard day for sure. we didn't really expect to come into an appointment to see that our son's hearing was completely gone. >> immediately they took the challenge head-on and looked for options and wound up at the university of colorado hospital
cochlear implant surgically replaced. it's thinner than those used in the past, perfect for an infant. >> good job. >> surrounded by audiologists today's first task? to get the settings just perfect before they turn on the microphone that will allow their baby boy to hear again. >> yay! >> it's clear he's reacting to something unfamiliar, and that's just perfect. the true test comes down the hall. >> all right, >> then the moment mom and dad have waited and worried over finally happens. >> hi, buddy. hi! >> hi, nathan. >> hi! can you hear us? >> do you want your car back? there's your car. >> hi, daddy.
voices is something completely unfamiliar with nathan. >> get it. yeah! hi, honey. >> it's music to the ears of jamie and eric freeze. >> something you want to hear, see your kid's reactions to your voices. it's a wonderful feeling and amazing to see. >> for the fox medical team. >> all kinds of awesome right there. >> man, could you get a bigger smile than that little boy when he heard his mom and dad. >> how life cha >> it's one of the hottest peppers in the world, but a man nearly died after eats too much ghost pepper. the journal of emergency medicine featured in case in a contest. a 47-year-old man burned a hole in hiss esophagus. he survived thanks to emergency service. such a significant adverse effect isn't normal. how hot are ghost peppers? twice as strong as a habanero.
when i heard state attorney mark ober decided to go easy on them, i was scared -- scared for my daughter. none of those young men served a day behind bars. ober said losing a baseball scholarship was punishment enough. if mark ober can't protect our families, it's time for a new state attorney. amendment 1 guarantees your right -
ticians from messing with it. amendment 1 also allows for common sense consumer protections - because that's the right way to do solar. amendment 1: good for the economy. good for the environment, good for florida. vote yes on amendment 1 - for the sun. this is mike's office. if he doesn't show up, he doesn't get paid. and failed us when he did. i am patrick
murphy. to get things done, you've got to show up. you've got to work together. whether it's protecting social security and women's health care or growing the economy, we've got to start solving problems instead of pointing fingers. i am patrick murphy and i approve this message we're less than 2 weeks because i'll never stop working for you. away from halloween --
now. vacation rental site airbnb can help. the first time since 1948 dracula's castle has offered a sleepover. yeah, they're running a contest where applicants have to use their vampire wit. the winners will be flown to romania where they'll be wined and di they're the ones wined and dined on. they get to sleep in a ve velvet-trimmed coffin if they desire. i think that might be it. >> do you have to sign a waiver? >> you must have to sign something. i'm not sleeping in that thing, are you? >> what's the point? >> something might pop out at you. >> someone will do that. lots of people do that. >> somebody will. have fun and send pictures. >> two weeks from -- >> two weeks from yesterday.
halloween, right? >> look at the maps, every day you hope it works out. it looks on track for this weekend. 50s for lows and take a look outside today. no 50s and 89 degrees. we missed the record by one measley degree. the low is 71, to running 5 above on the high side and 5 plus 3 is 8 divided by 2. 4 degrees above normal for today. look at the month of october, and we've seen this over and over. most days are in red, including a stretch of 89, 88, 88, 90, 90, 89. i hate to say this, but it kind of has that look from the end of last year. i don't think we end the year as warm as it was at the end of 2015, but we had many days last year in november and december that were way above average.
way. today fair weather clouds dotting the sky, and then moving quickly from east to west. the clouds do not get high enough in the sky to produce any rain today, and temperatures now as of 5:00 not bad, running in the mid-80s including 88 in tampa. we may have tropical storm otto on the map in a couple of days. the good news is that this is great niez. the storm is not going this way, and usually in mid-october, tropical systems, you know, don't go of the change of the season, jet stream is getting stronger and it's farther south. usually storms take a big right hand turn. matthew was an exception. very few storms go this one. the one of note is hurricane king that hit miami back in october 50 years or so ago. 88 now, and the dew point is 65, humidity is 46%. winds are light from the northeast. satellite and radar shows a
east. we're watching tropical development out in the bahamas, and again, no threat to us. you look at the heat on the east coast, pretty incredible. 81 in little rock, and it's 81 degrees way up in burlington, vermont where the leaves are peak color now. new york is 78 and nashville is 87. so tonight we stay mostly clear and nice, a low down to 70. sunshine is back tomorrow. daytime highs in the upper 80s, and no significant change locked in here on the seven-day. i feel really good, confidence is high because all the models are agreeing on a cold front friday and then significantly cooler and less humid for the weekend. that's good stuff. what do you have, scott? breaking news out of 1 buc place, vincent jackson is played on the injured reserve with a knee injury, a move that could mean he returns in eight weeks but there's a strong possibility his season is done.
contract with the bucs. jackson complained of knee comfort following the carolina game. the extent of the injury hasn't been released yet other than to say it's an acl injury. he has five seasons in tampa. this season is a slow start for jackson, 15 catches and 173 yards and no touchdowns yet in five games. cecil shorts is a likely candidate to take over in his spot. number 4 is back in town tonight. lecavalier will be honored by the lightning before the game. his number is not retired. just a chance for team and fans to pay respects to the original face of the franchise. during fan fest lecavalier is humbled by the gesture and looking forward to it. the panthers along with the lightning as picked as two teams to beat in the east. it's a rivalry that gets a little chippy over the years. this is the first true measuring
>> it will be fun. you know, wooech got that -- we didn't get that preseason game, so, you know, now we're going to be able to -- first time i see them. so they're a good team, very good team with a lot of young talent and, you know, some great veteran players as well. it's a touch match-up, and we have to get ready for a tough match against them this year. like i said, it's good to have it right away. >> cynthia, it's time for last call. highlight. here we go. the cardinals have a friendly thing in the practice. it involves throwing footballs in the trash cans. the wager is the winning player gets to decide what the losing player wearing during warm-ups during the game. sounds like a good bet. patrick peterson lost it this week. so his quarterback selecting the pregame warm-up. a tire. this is in front of the "monday
you tell me what did they come -- what did he come out dressed up as? a, t-rex dinosaur and hello kitty or ken bone from the recent presidential debate red sweater and all? >> i did not see this. all right. i'm stuck between hello kitty and ken bone. i'll go for ken bone. >> she says ken bone. roll that videotape. oh, he's dressed up as a t-rex. >> wow. >> look at that. do you like >> a little inflatable doing some karaoke shuffles. >> that's not very scary. he has a floppy head. >> unfortunately, he didn't wear it in the game because that would have hampered his ability to play. previouslily early this month the quarterback lost and his costume was wearing a clown outfit, which i'm told nowadays you can't do that. >> no. somebody is going for hello kitty next time.
robert kearney: i fought for my country in kosovo and iraq, and i've been a republican all my life. but i'm the father of three girls. i can't stand hearing don't want my daughters hearing it. i want my girls to grow up proud
and strong, in a nation where they're valued and respected. donald trump's america is not the country i fought for. so, i'm voting for hillary clinton. hillary clinton:
when powerful people need someone to do their dirty
work, they hire bob buesing. how far will he go? buesing fought to foreclose assisted-living retirement homes, then, buesing defended wells fargo against charges of helping a ponzi-schemer swindle millions. buesing's firm was even accused of overbilling local schools , running fees up to seventy thousand dollars. now, buesing's running for senate. how far will bob buesing go? stocks closed solidly that's up to you. higher after several companies
several companies delivered positive surprises and the dow was up over 75, the nasdaq up 40 and the s&p gained 13. tom cruise sends a special message to renee zellweger. hers kit hoover. >> december marks the 20th aniversary of "jerry maguire" starring tom cruise and reany zellweger. we showed renee the special message from tom as she co-stars with >> at his premiere in new orleans he had this to say. tap the screen. >> there he is. hi, tom. >> do you have a mess for renee. >> i send you much love darling, and congratulations on your career and life. i'll never forget when she first came in. you could see this raw talent, and this charm and spirit that was so bright and so beautiful.
for this character, you know. i think she only made one other film before. she was just perfect. she was amazing, and i loved working with her every minute of it. >> oh. that wasn't embarrassing at all. >> some nice words. >> do you want to watch it again? this is the best day i've had in my life. >> we wanted to share that with you. >> that's so nice. thank you. he's a genuine good human. i feel very blessed to have had this experience and to know him. thank you. >> isn't that sweet? >> renee and keanu's legal thriller "the whole truth" opens on friday. >> you can watch "access hollywood" on fox 13. new details about that fire that did an awful lot of damage last night to a tampa shopping
he not only fled. he went through an elaborate scheme to hide the damage on his vehicle. a man accused of hitting an elderly woman and leaving her to die. the tip that led to his arrest. we're not going to call him, he represents us at st. pete police department. >> a st. pete police officer is suspended without pay. what he did to land him behind bars. from throughout the rest of the country and other reporting there's hanky-panky ongoing. >> how local election officials make sure your vote counts and nothing illegal happens during the election season. from tampa bay's number one
6:00 news. good evening. i'm in tonight for kelly ring. >> i'm mark wilson. there's an arrest tonight in a deadly hit-and-run accident in pol county. janice joy had alzheimer's and likely didn't where she was going when she was hit and killed. tonight sheriff grady judd says the man that hit her tried to cover up the crime. let's go to josh cascio. what have you learned? >> reporter: tonight sheriff grady judd is basically kendrick, staged an accident on i-4 to try and cover up his involvement in this hit-and-run. let's show you some video. he was in court earlier today here in polk county. he's alleged to have hit janice joy on october 6th and kept on going. the sheriff said had he stopped to help and called 911, there would have been no charges at all.