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((russell- helping themselves. a group of >>russell: helping themselves. credit cards to go on a shopping spree. why this should be a lesson for all of us. plus -- >> the third debate is over in las vegas. where do the campaigns go next? i'll have a report on that coming up. >>laura: and holiday wish list. the gift ideas inside the new knee -- nieman marcus catalog.
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"good day." >>russell: first dave and the weather. good morning. >>dave: do you want to see something gorgeous? >>laura: yes. always. >>dave: there it is. >>russell: nice. >>dave: it is beautiful outside this morning and really, on the hourlies, the first time i've seen it get, you know, to the upper 60s here in quite some time. north-northeast winds at five miles an hour. other areas are cooler than that. brooksville back to 61 degrees. crystal river at and the front isn't even through yet. that's the best part about this. it will get even nicer. high temps today, one more time we get back to the upper 80s but then we'll start the cooling process which really will kick in early on saturday morning. i'll have more on that in a few minutes. >>vanessa: right now sky fox arriving on scene in hernando county. what fhp is reporting as a possible fatal crash along 75
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blanton and you can see lane blockage we're dealing with and we could probably expect this to be extended as far as the time line because it is a very serious crash injury investigation. left lane will be blocked. that's moving in the northbound direction. southbound appears to be unaffected but you can see, of course, the delays that we're already building since the last hour. definitely an area to avoid. as we mentioned, this is north of blanton so alternates available to you. you can actuall and take lake iola, spring lake highway that runs to the west of 75 in the northbound direction. we'll be following this one throughout the morning and let you know if anything changes. >>russell: 7:02 right now. third and final presidential debate. more substance, yes, fewer interruptions, yes, and the candidates gave the voters a lot to think about. doug reports from vegas. >> donald trump called hillary
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she called him a puppet for vladmir putin. two didn't shake hands last night and in many ways, things went downhill from there. >> we don't gain anything. >> he has all -- >> iran has taken over iraq. >>ru >> one question and one answer getting a great deal of attention. will donald trump be willing to accept a loss on november 8? >> are you saying you're not >> i will tell you at the time. i'll keep you in suspense. >> he said the media is rigging the election for hillary clinton but also brought up the possibility of voter fraud. >> let me respond to that. that's horrifying. >> and clinton would also accuse trump of serving the interest of vladmir putin. >> from everything i see has no respect for this person. >> well, that's because he'd rather have a puppet as president. >> no puppet. no puppet. >> it's pretty clear --
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>> it's pretty clear you won't admit that the russians have engaged in cyber attacks against the united states of america. >> two argued about the supreme court, trade deals and foreign policy. trump accused clinton and her campaign of arranging for women to come forward to accuse him of misconduct. and referred to new, undercover video showing a democratic operative claiming to have disrupted trump rallies. >> she's the one that obama that caused the violence. they hired people, they paid them $1,5 seeing, be violent. cause fights, do bad things. >> question that remains this morning, what kind of an impact will this debate have overall? one thing to keep in mind, more than two million people have already cast votes in this election. >>russell: well, it's too late to register to vote ahead of next month's general election but nearly 64,000 people took advantage of a one week extension. they beat the 5:00 p.m. deadline
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because of the evacuations from hurricane matthew. it's too early to tell which party is going to benefit the most from that. but that usually favors democrats. >>laura: leaving your garage door opener in the car can be a real mistake and a local couple found that out the hard way. shayla reaves is at the sheriff's department to tell us about the home invasion that was preventible and eerily enough, this all happened while they were sleeping. what did this couple tell investigators about what they sayas >>reporter: good morning to you. the victims in this case left their door unlocked to their car, also a garage door unlocked as well. and both of these provided an opportunity for thieves to get inside of their home and steal while the people were asleep inside. this is information coming to us from the hillsborough county sheriff's office and right now, you're looking at some video of a trio accused of using the credit standard stolen in the
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accused of going on a shopping spree, leaving the victims to pay the bill. authorities again are calling this a crime of opportunity and they say there's some easy things you can do to prevent yourself from becoming a victim of a crime like this. for example, making sure that you like your car doors and making sure as well that those doors to the interior of your home are locked as well. also when it comes to your vehicle, make sure you don't leave any valuables visible. in some cases, also include that garage door opener. in this case, the thieves were able to get inside by first entering that unlocked vehicle, grbing that garage door opener, using the garage door opener to open the garage, enter the house through an unlocked door and they literally rummaged around the inside of the home while the victims were sleeping inside. now, in this case, we're told they not only got away with a
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if you recognize the people on your screen, the suspects in the case that we've been talking about, you're urged to give the hillsborough county sheriff's office a call and you can also reach out anonymously to crime stoppers. back to you. >>laura: all right. thank you. it is 7:07 now and today in orlando, the city will unveil a memorial for the victims of the pulse nightclub shootings. the c people fatally shot the night of june 12. features seven hearts with rainbow colors and the words "i am" and "we are" and "let's be." it's no coincidence the ceremony is on spirit day. it raises awareness of bullying against the lgbt community.
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got out of prison yesterday. she spent six years behind bars for having sex with two students at davidson middle in tampa. one boy was 14, the other 16. she's now a registered sex offender and will spend 15 years on probation. >>laura: there are more accusations this morning against the lakeland mental health counselor accused of sexual misconduct with female patients. four more women have come forward bringing the total number of accusers to six. appropriately to get rid of bodily toxins. >>russell: polk county jail inmate made a run for, it got away, didn't get far. david ross is facing new charges after overpowering a corrections officer at a work camp in bartow on wednesday and after locking four other inmates in a building, ross stole a truck while holding that officer hostage. the officer was able to escape. ross was caught a short time later in pinellas county.
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decides if a girlfriend deserves some $20 million. >>russell: plus something for everyone. finding the perfect gift. what, as we say in texas, neimans is offering shoppers this year. >>dave: look at the 60s on the map for you today. to be honest, the only reason clearwater and st. petersburg are still in the 70s is the fact they're surrounded by the 80-degree water temperature. everybody else in the 60s. come sunday, guess what? everybody will be in the than yesterday at this time. and we'll have forecast highs to the upper 80s today. that's the last time. afternoon breezes tomorrow, drier air by saturday. we'll talk all about that with
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cameras and every single one of them shows loveliness this morning. brookdale bayshore camera, you know, it's 68 degrees at the airport but over here by bayshore, it's 64 with an east-northeast wind at six miles per hour. over in pinellas county, john hopkins all children's hospital camera, 73 with an east-northeast wind at 11 miles per hour. tampa, 68. you can see just every shot clear, beautiful, drier air aloft continues. no real change from yesterday. this is where the change is. it's 70 in dallas. it's warmer in dallas and houston than it is here right now. but you go to the panhandle of texas and it's in the blue. we have the cooler air settling in. wichita at 73. here comes the cold front, ever so slowly just plotting along and we've been watching, right,
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comes so close and then stops. this one is not going to stop. this one is going to come through and not only that, but it will keep the drier air around for several days so when we look at the models and we see, okay, this is going to be around for four or five days, that's your first big front of the year. not the one that came through a few weeks ago that dried us out for a few hours. look at the difference in dew points. 68 little rock, 66 dallas. 46 in wichita so the front is steadily wor the south and the east and as it moves southeastward, a lot of the energy from this front is going to go north. so it's going to be what we call moisture starved. it's not going to have a lot of rain. overnight friday, you're driving home, early saturday morning you run into a sprinkle or so. great. but that's about it. we're not anticipating any decent rain with this front. today we're keeping it warm. after today we're going to start
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into the weekend and you're looking at high temperatures in the 70s for both saturday and for sunday and the timing of it, honestly, couldn't be nicer. it's one of those times when you go to bed friday night and wake up saturday morning. even if you wake up at 5:00 or 8:00, you're going to feel the drier air as you open the door and get outside, get the morning newspaper. do people still do that? 87 for a high temperature for today. sunrise at be a beautiful one at that. mostly clear, lovely tonight with the low temperature of 69 degrees and tomorrow, scattered clouds with the breezes in the afternoon and your high temperature of 85 degrees. we have a moderate chop for boaters today. northeast winds this morning will shift to the north this afternoon at around 15 knots. our next tide is a low tide coming up pretty close to 12:30 this afternoon. your next seven days, that includes two days with high
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tuesday, wednesday, the humidity will be in check and it just looks real nice. no major complaints for me. >>vanessa: i like it. it looks really good. i wish i could say the same about the roads. really the main concern is going to be out of hernando. i do have an update that 75 crash i mentioned north of blanton where we have the northbou delays in the area. fhp changed this from a possible fatality to an injury crash. that appears to bode better for the patient here who was transported to the hospital. we have the work arounds for you. exit at blanton, take spring lake highway. i can probably expect the lanes might be blocked for a couple of hours to come. use that work around for a little while longer.
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sure you're planning extra time or avoiding the area if you can. i want to check on the major roadways and see how the travel times are looking. we have officially hit the red here at 30 minutes from 75, pasco-hernando county line area and moderate congestion here on i-4 coming into the interchange, completely clear northbound 75. just 10 minutes from the selmon to fowler avenue. ? it's the most wonderful time of the year? >>russell: andy williams, anyone? nothing wrong with that. >>laura: that's a great song. the wait is over. i can finally start putting any holiday wish list together now that the new niemans catalog is out. >>russell: this is more like a book. hundreds of pages featuring
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book that was invented as a christmas card for the store's best customers. this year he's list includes a week at three english estates. it will cost $700,000. also a slumber party at the nieman marcus flagship store, that's in downtown dallas, by the way. >>laura: you can purchase a quarterback camp with joe montana. that will set you back there is even tickets to the grammys. proceeds from the fantasy gifts in the book go to charity. >>russell: it's always been so over the top. >>laura: it has been and every year we say it. there's always the dream. >>russell: and somebody will buy it. all right. a knock on the door. two f.b.i. agents visit actress angelina jolie. the reason that they went to see
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is nearly impossible, less than a dozen other students worldwide did it this year. we'll talk about that. but first, alcides segui is filling in today for charley belcher. >>reporter: good morning to you. we're inside the ss american victory. such a cool ship. and yeah, that sounded pretty good. you guys are freaking me out. i'm seriously getting goo goosebumps. not o goodness. wow. so that is a little bit of preview of what you can expect on "good day tampa bay." we're going inside the chamber of terror. inside the s.s. american victory, one of the scariest halloween attractions not only in the bay area, across the state, probably one of the best ones in the country. it's happening today and goes
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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: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. hi. hola. let's see...
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talking about derrick rose of the knicks. he almost lost that money because of a civil lawsuit involving a former girlfriend. >>laura: she's accusing rose and two of his friends of gang raping her. here is the verdict. >>reporter: a jury finds derrick rose not guilty in a civil case which accused him of gang rape along with two of his friends. >> we had a people and one hispanic who exonerated three black men. it was fantastic. the system worked. >>reporter: three men were accused of breaking into the home of rose's former girlfriend, drugging and raping her. unidentified woman was suing them for about $21 million. >> i think the evidence was overwhelming. i think that the defendants concocted a story and a jury believed their story. >>reporter: rose and his friends haven't denied they had sex with
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on whether she gave consent. >> the fact that the only evidence was the text messages, there was no rape kit, there was -- really she didn't do any steps to prove her own case. >>reporter: the plaintiff is devastated by the outcome. >> i think some of the jurors may have been looking to the fact there was no rape kit, that she didn't go to the police right away. >>reporter: jurors reached their deliberations. >> we went through this -- we actually tried to prove the plaintiff correct before we made our decision. >>reporter: criminal charges have not been filed in the case with police saying the investigation is still ongoing. >>laura: in other headlines, iraq has sent special forces to help win back mosul. this is the fourth day of a massive operation to retake the
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there. they're fighting back, refusing to surrender the last stronghold in iraq. it may take months to drive them out. this is the largest offensive in iraq since the u.s.-led invasion in 2003. >>russell: number of sexually transmitted diseases hit a record high in the u.s. last year. nearly two million. the overall rates are the highest in 20 years. people ages 15 to 24 plus gay and bisexual men are at the greatest risk. >>laura: and while we're on that now recommending fewer hpv vaccines for pre-teens. only two now instead of three but they still suggest parents get children to a doctor to get the shots by the age of 11 or 12 before they start having sex. those vaccines protect against certain cancers that can spread through sexual intercourse. >>russell: people livingon the northern coast of the phi philippines cleaning up hit by a powerful typhoon. category four storm with winds nearly 140 miles an hour.
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thousands homeless. typhoon may strike china tomorrow. >>dave: for us, hurricane season winding down, it's almost year around their typhoon season out there. people don't realize that. we're at 68 degrees in the tampa area. 63 in brandon. lower 70s back toward the coastline. loving these temperatures this morning. a nice little break, mid 60s to the north and northeast winds will shift to the north today. we'll have a lot of this will be the last day, high temperatures make it to the upper 80s. top left-hand corner of the screen, there's the cold front moving into the arkansas area. that will be here friday night paving the way for a gorgeous weekend. so for today, 87. for tomorrow, 85. and yes, look at that. a high temperature in the upper 70s for saturday. >>vanessa: very glorious. all right. thanks, dave. 7:26. right now we want to get back to mlk and 275.
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crash here and it looks like it's still there. eastbound direction mlk just east of 275, single lane blocked. we're seeing delays so plan extra time for any hiccups you might encounter along the way. good news is pinellas county drivers, you're in the clear. we have a live look here, 275, 22nd avenue south. everything trucks along smoothly. 31 minutes is the drive between pinellas bayway and i-4, totally to stand during the national anthem. a teen who uses a wheelchair is inspiring people he's never met. >>laura: and a carjacker drove off with more than just a car. ken is covering that story for us this morning. good morning, ken. >>reporter: this is brandy. this is what was in the car. good news is that she's back. we're going to be talking to her dad to find out what happened and how close police are to finding the carjackers. the dog nappers.
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(russell- welcome back to good day tampa bay. the time is 7:--. bradenton >>russell: welcome, time is 7:31. brandon police are searching for a carjacker who took off with a dog in the car. >>laura: fortunately, the dog is okay. ken is us this morning. they found the dog. what about the man? >>reporter: they found the dog, they found the car and you're saying the man and actually it might be two guys and there might be an accomplice. this was a complicated plan. we have bob and we have brandy, the cute little poodle chihuahua mix who was taken when bob and linda went into a pizza place tuesday night. what's it like to have her back?
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we've had her for nine years and she's a valued member of the family. >>reporter: how did this go down? you went to eat and the car was left running because why? >> we had to have the air conditioner on. you can't take the animal in the restaurant. we finished dinner and came out. the car was gone. we called the police. they responded quickly. >>reporter: was it locked or unlocked? >> we believe it should have been locked. >>reporter: it was keyless entry? >> keyless entry, keyless whoever got in was able to just take off. >>reporter: when you come out, you find the car gone and brandy gone. what went through your mind? >> horror. our dog was going to be gone. i really wasn't worried about the car. they left the dog out. we found out later somewhere on state road 64. she was found the following morning by a woman that lives out in parrish who took her and found out through animal control this was a missing dog. >>reporter: if you don't know
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six lanes. if she took one step out there, she could have been made into a pancake. >> i believe she was so distraught she just sat wherever it was that she was released, waiting for us to come and pick her up. >>reporter: where is the investigation right now? >> they have found the vehicle and they believe they know who took the vehicle. the perpetrator took our phone and made phone calls on it so from those numbers, they've been >>reporter: your wife actually called the numbers and i think your daughter got involved with texting somehow. >> that's correct. there was communication back and forth between a woman and my daughter. >>reporter: they know pretty much who was involved in this so maybe two arrests might be forthcoming. >> that's what we believe, right. >>reporter: what is on brandy's agenda today? >> she's going to relax with her mother all day. >>reporter: cool. that's the story we like to
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now we want to see the carjackers and the dog nappers or whatever you want to call them brought to justice. it's bad enough to steal a car. with a little cute thing in the car, i think it makes it even worse. back to you. >>laura: brandy is just about to go to sleep right now. she's there are relaxation mode. it's been a long night. >>reporter: totally chilled. >>laura: thank you, ken. russell? >>russell: 7:34 right now. at least one person is dead, five others hurt after a construction collapse in miami. a sections of the framework fell from the top of a 50 story high rooiz. firefighters say the man who died was just a bystander who wasn't hit. he had a heart attack while trying to run away. some of the falling debris hit a car, sending a woman inside to the hospital. two construction workers were also taken there and two others got treatment on scene. >>laura: government is recommending testing for all pregnant women who went anywhere in miami dade county recently. this is the only place in the
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virus. more than 160 cases since the summer. state has done a good job of keeping the mosquitos from spreading but a new batch was found this week near miami beach. >>russell: a lot of voters cannot decide on a presidential candidate. that's why the final debate was so important. craig patrick was up late watching this and he joins us by phone this morning. > good morning. how are you? >>russell: good. thank you. so more substance last night, i think. what do you think? >> oh, i think the big winner was chris wallace. he found a way to coral the candidates. it was focused on issues, immigration, abortion, supreme court and with this, i think this was the kind of debate that voters were craving and didn't get in the first couple of rounds. with that, i think that both candidates seemed far more prepared. certainly donald trump than in the first couple of debates.
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for donald trump at times but it may be best remembered for the one moment in the debate where donald trump said he would not necessarily accept the results of the election were he to lose, that he's going to keep us in suspense. >>russell: that's where i was going with you. so this morning, that seems to be the headline everywhere you look about this debate. he said that. if you stayed up after, which i did, and watched some o commentary on it, what everybody seemed to be so upset about is that's just not done in america. not accept the will of the people. >> you know, some trump supporters say, wait a minute. i seem to remember the year 2000 where you have al gore and george w. bush who were on the same page and weren't willing to accept the results. we went through a very difficult legal process. but that did not appear to be
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said there is, as he sees it, tremendous voter fraud occurring in this country in sharp conflict with even his own campaign manager that says that there is not. so he was getting pushback from members of his own party, including ohio republican governor john kasich and others who said the notion that there is, quote, widespread or tremendous voter fraud is something they just don't buy into. donald trufrm has been that on the trail. when he follows that up, specifically by saying he's going to keep us in suspense, not accept the results, in that respect he may have stepped on what was otherwise a very good, strong performance for him. >>russell: all that said, i don't know how many days are left. somebody help me. 20? sorry. it's a few weeks. a few weeks until the election. did anything change last night?
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look. debates don't have much impact on the race. first debate more people tune in and those who are late deciders tend to move one way or the other. a final debate from what was seen just doesn't move the needle a whole lot. i didn't see a whole lot that would change the trajectory in the race in a very big way. there are the possibilities that on the issue of trade and immigration where donald trump, i think did a connecting in particular with maybe some undecided republicans could have made some hay in places like arizona, in places like ohio and pennsylvania so this could have some impact on the swing states but you'll not see any big swings, i don't think, in the larger national polls that we've seen seeing that shows that this -- we've got a decent amount of separation in favor of hillary clinton. >>russell: okay. we're going to talk to you later on in the morning. okay?
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>>reporter: bye-bye. >>laura: 7:38 now. like it or not, colin kaepernick has set an example by kneeling in the national anthem. it's his way of protesting what he calls injustice of people of color in this countriment there are a lot of people who stand in the presence of the american flag, even if it is a struggle to stand. 16-year-old eric trenhole many o leesburg is one o it's been seven years that he stood on his own. he used upper body strength to push himself up when the local high school marching band went by with the american flag and there it is. it captured the very moment. his uncle got a picture of it and he was so proud of his nephew he posted the picture on facebook and it has already gotten thousands of likes. >>dave: 7:39. in sports the cubs pull even with the dodgers in the national
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game four, actually wasn't even close. 10-2 blowout. cubs broke a scoreless streak by scoring four times. former ray got that inning going with a bunt single. game five tonight in los angeles. and the indians will play the winner of that series because cleveland won the alcs in five games. they beat the blue jays yesterday in toronto. that was 3-1. it's of the teams last won a world series. in fact, most of us weren't alive the last time the cubs and indians won it all. the cubs have gone the longest, more than a century. 1908 was the last time they won a world series. the indians have had to wait almost as long. 19-20 for them. last time the dodgers won a world series was back in 1988.
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florida student who got a perfect score on an ap calculus bc exam. i didn't know what i was saying right there. >>laura: i had to look it up just to be sure, too. he's one of only 11 students in the world to do that this year. have a look. >> more than 120,000 took it. but only 11 in the world were able to ace this exam. >> that's pretty much impossible to do and this history here. >>reporter: this is john, the ransom everglades high school senior who is dropping jaws with his serious calculus skills. >> it's excellent. it's an honor. i'm happy. i'm proud it happens. >> three hours and 15 minutes, 45 multiple choice, six free response questions. not a single problem. he cracked them all, answering
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class. >> if there was anybody that would have done it, it would have been him. >> he was ranked number one in the state in statistics last year and earned a perfect score at the state championship conference in orlando back in april and numbers aren't his only strong point. the teen's course load is anything but light. a.p. french language and culture, a.p. english literature, linear algebra and to shake things up, photography. so what's next? early action to stanford university and so if they're interested in this achievement, that would be terrific. >>laura: what a well rounded kid. credit to his parents, too. i will say that. not that he's not smart on his own but -- >>russell: you looked it up? >>laura: we want to mention omething. we have a correction to make. resident baseball lover has
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record. >>russell: what did we get wrong? >>laura: last time they won the world series was in 1948. >>russell: clearly ron doesn't want to be identified. you couldn't see his face. thank you, ron. >>laura: there he is. >>russell: the end of a 20-year marriage. coming up, famous celebrity here in florida headed to divorce court.p>>laura: and you'll want catch some great pokemon. halloween may be the time you'll see a ton of them around october 31. we'll talk about it. hey, dave. >>dave: and ron knows that because he was at the game that they pulled out that victory. 7:43. usf marine science camera, it's beautiful. i love this shot. you see the sun up in tampa bay. 73 degrees. everybody else in the 60s. big cooldown, really more drying out than anything this weeken she saw the boots and fell for fall all over again.
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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.
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now, buesing's running for senate. how far will bob buesing go? that's up to you. >>dave: a really nice, comfy start to the day.
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center at 60 degrees now. to the north we're in the lower 60s. even weeki wachee, you've gotten back to 59 degrees at this hour. 67 in bradenton. 68 in sarasota. i would be happy if the temperatures stayed like this but they're going to get cooler as the front comes through and we'll start to feel it on saturday morning. here is the front finally on the map, back to the northwest. while you do see some rain associated with it now, that's all going to stay to the north of us. the through dry and it will come through overnight friday into early saturday morning so out ahead of it, of course, we'll keep it warm for two more days. today back to the upper 80s. then back to the mid 80s for friday. then after that, yes, after that is when we're going to start to cool it down, dry it out significantly as well. and you're talking about, i think just in general, the nicest, overall weekend that
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you'll feel lots of warmth around again. tonight overnight lows in the 60s for many spots. lower 60s inland and north and tomorrow, breezy in the afternoon as the front approaches and high around 85 degrees. for boaters today, a moderate chop continues and i think we'll probably have that tomorrow and at least half the weekend as well because it will be pretty brisk behind this strong cold front. the thing is, once the front moves through, and of the atmosphere, it's going to be a gorgeous weekend and look at the high temperatures. 78 saturday, 79 sunday, including many of us, most of us come sunday in the 50s. so it's going to be just a lovely, lovely stretch of weather. >>vanessa: thanks, dave. 7:48. and we're back here checking out 75 north of blanton and hernando. we still have the lane reductions we showed you before
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northbound direction. these alternates still apply here so you can exit at blanton and take spring lake to the north and we're seeing delays in the area. i apologize. sensors are off a bit here in the stretch of 75 but all red here, basically miles of this, this should be moved down there so that will give you an idea of how backed up it is in the area. definitely avoid. closer to the tampa bay, downtown tampa area, looks like we have pretty decent travel times on coming up over the howard frankland bridge over the interchange, looks good. also i-4 coming into 275, very good and southbound 75 just 15 minutes to get from bruce b downs to i-4. >>laura: all right. thank you. two f.b.i. agents paid actress angelina jolie a visit this week. they went to question her and her children about an alleged incident on a plane involving husband brad pitt. jolie accuses him of child abuse
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15-year-old son. the f.b.i. visit was more about fact-finding instead of an actual investigation. it seems highly unlikely that pitt will face criminal charges. the couple is living apart right now. jolie has asked for a divorce. ? >>russell: there's dancing in the studio. ice may be a bachelor soon. his wife wants a divorce. they've been living she filed divorce papers this week in florida. it's been a rocky 20-year marriage. they have two daughters, ages 16 and 18. "ice ice baby" made him famous. he has a home improvement show on tv now. >>laura: this halloween, pop culture trumps provocative. you can expect to see more pokemon than french maids this year. halloween stores say they're seeing fewer people looking for
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instead, more scary costumes. harry potter is big, star wars huge and they're seeing a lot of characters from "suicide squad." a lot of politics and a lot of purchases are for pets, jennifer epstein. expect to see donald trump or hillary clinton hair on a lot of dogs this year and as always, the more creative costumes. also hot on dressing up as exploding samsung phones. >>russell: people are creative. >>laura: how do you do that? hair on fire? >>russell: i don't know how you sdoo that. alcides segui, what's going on? >>reporter: so yes. i'm very serious about this. i do not like halloween houses. i don't. they freak me out. and now there is a -- what they
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halloween horror ship here in the bay area. it's in channelside. they have turned the ss american victory in one of the scariest halloween attractions, not only in the bay area but in the state of florida. it's called chamber of terror. we're going to talk about all the cool actors involved and give you a small glimpse coming up in the next couple of minutes. you'll like ?? with 2 dozen donuts for $12.99. drizzled, decorated, and all dressed up for the season, share the fun with 2 dozen donuts for $12.99.
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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
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y thousand dollars. now, buesing's running for senate. how far will bob buesing go? that's up to you. i spent many years as a nuclear missile launch officer. that would be it. i prayed that call would never come. [ radio chatter ] self control may be all that keeps these missiles from firing. [ sirens blearing ] i would bomb the [ beep] out of them. i want to be unpredictable. i love war. the thought of donald trump with nuclear weapons scares me to death. it should scare everyone. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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coffee and espresso flavors. sip salty and sweet with our new salted caramel macchiato or drink in the season with the classic taste of pumpkin. america runs on dunkin'. >>reporter: welcome back attractions in the bay area, entire state. it is the ss american victory. they transform a piece of american history into a halloween attraction. tom, tell me your last name. thank you for being with us. you're actual ail part -- actually a part of the ss american victory. half the proceeds go back to the ship. >> this is great. this has been a great event for
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that come through and take the tour of the ship to maintain our operations for the ship to stay here for the community. event like this brings so far thousands of people down to the ship. we've done lots of major events over the years. we do a big 4th of july event every year where we draw a big crowd. we take the ship out once or twice a year, take passengers out and we do a relive history cruise bu has been doing his thing for a few years and it seemed like a perfect fit for us. >>reporter: courtney, chamber of terror is what you call it. >> correct. >>reporter: we'll see it in the next hour. but what can people expect if they're coming out? >> like i was explaining before, basically it's not anything you're going to see at the theme parks. it's a little more intimate. you're going in, in your groups of six or less. you're not seeing scares in front of you. there's a lot more interaction with the characters. you're going up and down stairs
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in another attraction and it is on the water. some people ask if they need to know how to swim. it's funny some questions i get asked, you know. >>reporter: i love it. you did a great job. >> thank you. >>reporter: in the next hour, you're going to start seeing, yeah, this guy. he's incredible. they really all are. uh-huh. uh-huh. yeah. this is just a small glimpse of what you're going to see in the next hour of "good day tampa bay." we're going to walk in here and we're going to see a small bit
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((russell a baby in the burn unit.. and, police say, his parents are to blame. a baby in a burn unit police say at parents are to blame. new this morning abuse after a scalding hot shower. and standing alone. the football player who refused to join his team's protest at the national anthem. and stood alone in silence. from tab's number one news bay. hey eshgdz it's 8 o'clock i'm russell rhodes. i'm i'm laura moody. good morning everybody we thank you for waking up with with us on this thursday, october 20th. we will start with a look at the weather. and we sent dave outside just because it's such a beautiful day. just cause. just cause. it really is. it's even nicer than it was yesterday at this time. and we are sitting in the upper 60s here in the 8 o'clock hour. i've got to keep in mind the sun just came up like a half hour ago.


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