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from tampa bay's number one news station, this is the fox 13 news at noon. donald trump says he might not accept at results of the election if he loses. and hillary clinton is attacked on her leaked emails in the final presidential debate. good afternoon everyone i'm linda hurtado. thanks so much for joining us. its time to cash in. donald trump and hillary clinton going head to head in las vegas make one last effort for your votes from the debate stage. fox's care shively is there with more. a vor voters who wanted substance last night they got with healthy dose of sinker and an even a few surprises. she shouldn't be allowed to run. it's crooked. she's guilty of very, very serious crime.
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he goes after their diity, their self worth. donald trump and hillary clinton tking aim at each other in their third presidential debate. the two major party nominees facing 90 minutes of questioning from fox news sunday anchor chris wallace. it's last chance of american voters had to see them square off before election day. >> donald trump has a much steerp hill to climb then hillary clinton does. at this point, it's her race t lose. a fox news poll shows doc nominee holding a 6-point lead over republican rifle in days ahead of the debate. >> clinton facing criticism however over information contained in leakeded emails. as well as clinton foundation. the work has been remarkable. it has done, and there has been no evidence found that there is any quid pro quo with the clinton foundation. >> trump dealing away controversies of his own due to past remarks about a women, and a refusing to say whether he'll accept the eventually result of the election.
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until he knows ihe could layout any hypothetical until he knows results they are certified and verified. he's not going to completely concede an unknown trump ask clinton will be seeing each other again tonight. they are both scheduled to attend the same dinner in new york. in las vegas, choir line shively, fox 13 news. all right let's bring in our political editor craig patrick. craig, the thing everyone is talking about how trump wouldn't commit to accepting results if he loses saying he leave americans suspense. what is your take on that? i think let's start with trump supporters reminding folks wait a minute didn't we've that in 2000 al gore contesting results. and with this you're saying okay it's okay for al gore but not okay for donald trump. when he doesn't even know what the results are going to be. you also have democrats in 2004 not gore, for example, who question what happened in ohio. so, wait a minute this is not unprecedented. but you have another perspective here saying the question was with respect to a results, no
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not a scenario where race is so close we don't know exactly when way this is going to go and you have to follow it through. with that had trump clarified that if we're in a recount scenario, hypothetically, that he'll keep a us in expense that it may have gone another way. but because this was followed up by trump repeatedly raising concerns about tremendous in his words, tremendous voter fraud, and a pending rigged election, following that up on trump at odds with both sides. including leadership within his own party, and apparently within his own campaign just before the debate his own campaign manager kelly anne conway she does not believe there widespread voter fraud. that's the reason why everybody is talking about that one moment out of the debate today. >> all right. another big talker from the debate, is trumping treatment of women. all right. so one breath he said, nobody
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forward to hearing more from out tonight a 5 and 6. see you then. >> thank you. a woman and boyfriend are facing sear ours charges after deputies say man burned the child and mom did very little to help that situation. the couple are in jail. manatee deputies say he took a shower with this baby boy while the mother was at work. then left him in very hot water alone for about 5 additional minutes. the baby was burned and blisters deputies say he took baby to the mother and went to walmart to get bn baby alone in that car for 20 minutes while they shopped. hours later the blisters got so bad that when them finally took the baby to the hospital. and he's been there getting treatment for three days. >> the two are charged with child neglect and grave bodily harm. >> we said it before, we're going to say it again, lock your car doors. burglars are targeting unlocked cars. and this time, they got a garage door opener and went into a home
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sleeping. fox 13 shayla reeves at the hillsborough county sheriff's office with more on this crime. imagine you're sleeping in bed and thieves are using your home for a shopping spree. instead of waking up from a dream you wake up to missing stuff. credit cards, a wallet, laptop, and your sense of security gone. wll that's what authorities say happened in dover last week. and deputies are looking for the people seen on your screen. two men and a woman are accused of a using credit cards stolen in home burglary. authorities say the the card and three different stores leaving the victim to pay the bill. now the hillsborough county sheriff's office is investigating the case. we're told there are some things you can do to protect yourself and make sure you don't become a target. now authorities say check your car doors. make sure your car doors are locked. make sure that you don't leave any valuables visible inside of your vehicle. and make sure you don't leave your garage door visible inside
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unlocked. also, make sure you lock your entry doors to your home and this particular case at hillsborough county sheriff's office tells us thieves were able to get inside of unlocked grab a garage door opener use the device to open the garage, and enter the home through an unlocked entry door. so if you have any information about the people seen in that video you're urged to give a hillsborough county sheriff's office and of course, if you would like to report any information do so by reaching out to crime stoppers. reporting here at the hillsborough county sheriff's office, shayla reeves, fox 13 news. an escaped prisoner from polk county is back behind bars. but this time in pinellas county. david ross is facing a long list of new charges after overpowering a corrections officer a work camp in bartow yesterday. deputies say he locked four other inmates in a building and stole a truck while holding an officer hostage. that officer was able to escape. ross was caught a short time
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from the outside this home on montana avenue in new port richey looks like a lot of houses right now. decorated for halloween. but inside, it's different than most. that's because new port richey police say it was full of drugs. these drugs. they serve ad search warrant there yesterday and police say they found more than $2,000 in cash drugs and other paraphernalia william and angela were both arrested. new at noon a park dedicated to our nation heros is expanding. a tour of veterans memorial park in hillsborough county. she says she's excited about a new edition coming to the park. castor says a big benefit to the veterans in our area. they are going to construct a veteran's resource center here. but we need the community's help to do it. this is going to be all hands on deck to support or veterans. >> the resource center is expected to be completed next summer.
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was very special piece of cargo. fortunately we can tell you that dog is safe and sound. fox 13 ken suarez is in bradenton to explain how this happened. >> so good news is fact that little brandy a poodle chihuahua mix is back. joining me now is her dad to talk about what happened here. number one what's it like to get her back. great release. she's a valued member of our family. you were having dinner at pizza place with your wife and friends. and you let the c right? >> we left it running with the air conditioner on. it was evening but still warm out. locked or unlocked. it should have been locked. and when you come out you find out the car's gone and brandy is gone. with the car what was that like for you? it was horrifying. greatest fear was we were not going to get our dog back called sheriff or applies. they responded quickly. they had the car located within an hour through on star.
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>> you didn't know you were safe until the following day. what was it like going through that night and thinking where's my dog? wasn't much sleep in our household. eventually a lady from parish does find the dog. she cleanser up bringser to animal service from there they call you. >> that is correct. actually animal services did go out to her house and pick up the dog. and the map from animal services had seen the picture of brandy first thing in the dog. so at this point, police are thinking that this was at least a two-person job. why so? there was a vehicle that was seen following behind our vehicle when it was leaving. this was a witness that it come out of a tae kwon do class. and saw another vehicle following the vehicle. >> so really cool now. we have brandy back. we have vehicle back only thing we don't have are the people involved. so if you have seen anything or
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situation, please the bradenton police department. back to you. all right take look at this, a car inside of a store. this happened at the little saver market in north port. police tweeted these photos this morning driver the car hit the gas instead of the brake. but good news to report here no one was hurt. an attempt to land a rover on mars didn't go as planned. european space agency wanted to test new technology in preparation for mission to the red up next a look at what wept wrong. first jim weber is here what's shaping up to a beautiful weekend. yeah looking pretty good. and today not bad as well we started at 68 degrees just like we've seen over past several days. loads of sun in morning we start to just a few scattered clouds in the afternoon. but still humidity, not too bad. but you know it's going to get a lot better as we head through next couple of days and cooler temperatures for the weekend.
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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 than party. my son max can't live in trump world. ways 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.
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probes as both scientists in the u-s and europe lose contact with expensive spacecrafts. right now the european space agency is still waiting to learn the fate of its mars lander. it was scheduled to right notice european space agency waiting to learned fate mars lander scheduled to touchdown on red planet yesterday morning things were going really well until signal stopped at last moment it seems parachute space agency is not conceded that the lander crashed europe's last mars probe beagle 2 crashed on >> goods nth aren't going well in nasa either juno spacecraft hit snag. scientist says it went into safe mode and shut off its cameras of a detecting a problem. and could still communicate. but it's activities are very limited until engineers can diagnose what that problem was. juno is on $1.1 billion mission to explore the solar system's largest planet. >> a florida highway patrol
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hitting windshield. trooper found the stunned bird placed in patrol car. eagle is now recovering a rehabilitation center in maine. what a beautiful bird. >> look a that. >> well the sun is delightful. i, you know i love today and tomorrow's forecast. but boy the weekend. then just a couple days after that just looks spectacular. it really does, yeah. that's nice thing is we've slowly creeping down that humidity. so even nice outside. we've got warm temperatures during afternoon as we get into the weekend, that is just bonus weather. take a look at this little chart here. the left hand column there, that is what we've seen so far as far as the morning lows. but notice by saturday morning, we're down to about 62 here in tampa. 59 for brooksville. you head down the sarasota probably going to be in mid 60s about 64 degrees. and then even more of that cool air just continuing to usher in. so by sunday morning, most
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to our north places like brooksville you will wake up to 53 degrees by sunday morning. erfect start to the day. once again we've seen this over the past several days. really for about, about 5, six days now we've locked in with this east and northeasterly flow across the state. picking up a little bit of moisture with scattered clouds over on eastern part of the state. a little bit more down to our south which is helping to produce just a couple of small showers. a little breezy as well. west palm beach reporting winds out of hour. lakeland 12 here in tampa northeast at 7. and over in st. petersburg, about 9 miles an hour. there you see it on skytower radar. just few small showers. they will continue to basically work their way from northeast down to the southwest. it will all stay to our south. you can see into an extreme south and southeastern highlands county. maybe a quick shower. that's just about it. outside right now. we're at 83 degrees. dew point is at 66.
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northeast currently at 7 miles an hour. so over in wesley chapel 81. brooksville not bad 82. suspect, 84 and down in sarasota currently sitting at 85 degrees. across the state we've seen this what for like a week now. where that high pressure sitting to our north. that easterly northeasterly flow few scattered showers. we're watching that area there, that invest 99. yesterday this was disorganized over past 24 hours certainly becoming more organized actually can see a little bit more of a spin right there. hurricane recognizance plane just took off from macdill air force base about half an hour ago. they were en route to system to see if w50e6 actually got a sub tropical or tropical system developing. kind of looks more like a sub tropical system at this point. they got to get out there and really investigate this and find out exactly what is going on. regardless of what happens, this
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to scoop this system up and keep it well away from us. as we go through the next several days. no concerns about any tropical systems coming in our direction. there you see some scattered showers along the frontal boundary. by time front gets down over us, the rain, the moisture with it basically done. it will race down across the state. friday evening. so by saturday morning, there you see 62 in here tampa brooksville 59. clearwater 66. and then northerly flow and a you can see by sunday morning there you see lower 50s as you work your way across the northern part of our viewing area. 87 for today. just a few clouds around. still on the warm side. but that humidity not bad. mainly clear skies for tonight. overnight low of 69. for tomorrow, another nice looking day. becoming breezy as we get into the late afternoon hours and daytime high of 85 degrees. now on the water, winds are out north at 10 to 15 knots. seas two feet. moderate chop on bay.
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evening. here's your seven-day forecast, these daytime highs, you can see there really cool down as we get into the weekend. down into the upper 70s. which is going to be just delightful weather and those lows dropping down into the 50s over the next several days as we go through the weekend. linda. looks like perfection. thanks, jim. being diagnosed with cancer is painful enough. and then come the bills. here i am. in between jobs and out of insurance. and wham cancer amendment 1 guarantees your right to generate your own solar energy. it also guarantees that those who don't choose solar don't have to subsidize those who do. amendment 1 means commonsense consumer protections safeguarding seniors-and all floridians from scams,
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ted is every man. worked all his life, paid his bills, loves life. loves his wife. he never expected to find himself here. been working since i was 14 years old paying taxes and doing what i was supposed to do now here i am in between jobs and out of insurance and wham. diagnosed with cancer, needing expensive chemotherapy radiation. the number was a lot of money, you know $80,000 cash. dana says her family falls into a common gap. >> we do have a house and a 401k like most folks. and to get medicaid or medicare, you have to be december substitute.
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doshl jay kwoflson many like them have a number of option starting with sub died health insurance on the exchange. >> if their income is sufficiently low they might be eligible for full subsidy little or no out-of-pocket patients can also work with financial counselors. >> we have a lot of resources with the pharmaceutical companies who provide drugs for patients that a qualify financially. so we were able to obtain drugs for them which reduced his out-of-pocket costs. dana says financial counselors were able to costs from $6,500 to $700 a treatment. >> we have a sliding scale discount fee. so based on their household size and income, we're able to reduce their cost 25, 35, 45 percent. >> dr. wolfson patients own their own home other assets can leverage these against cost of treatment or if they have full life insurance policies they can work out in advance payment on the equity value. you make us the beneficiary.
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and there may be something left over to give back to the beneficiaries that you'd like. ted's medical oncologist says he has never had to turn a patient away due to finances. >> we've always been able to find a way to make it work. and i hope at the time i retire i'm able to continue to say at that. but if it gets so bad patients have to choose between paying for treatment or buying food, the florida cancer specialist foundation can step in and help with nonmedical expenses. we pay up to patient. so it's not a situation where we pay a large sum of money. but it is enough sometimes to help that patient just get over the hump of some financial difficulties. dana and ted are thankful for all the help they've received so far, but they still have to find 25 grand for radiation. thinking about reaching out to strangers by setting up a gofundme page work we're going
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might be available to us. >> and fox 13 is response orbing american cancer society making strides against breast cancer walks we love if you uk join us you can register there hillsborough this saturday registration starts at 7:30 at the amalie arena. and also going on in pasco if that closer to you. registration again there starts at 7:30 and at the shops of wire grass. if you f. you'd like to head out saturday morning but don't remember those details i've posted them all of my infoat just look for fox 13's linda hurtado. by way i also posted full interview with jay wolfson from usf if you'd like more information paying for cancer treatments when you are uninsured. lot of good info there. mcdonald's plans to open
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elise: we couldn't believe it. by two football players and their friends. we were sure they would go to jail. so, 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,
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you're watching fox 13 news at noon. the fight to take back mosul from isis is advancing. iraqi troops are getting closer to the a city. iraq prime minister says mosul offensive moving fast erper than planned western powers are hoss meeting aimed a securing the future of that city. fox's conner powell has the latest forces tightening there grip on the area around mosul. beating back isis fighters suburbs a they prepare for final assault on the city. iraq's prime minister says isis resistance is melting away. and fight is going even better than expected. the fight's forces or current push toward more quickly surntly than we had established in our plan iraqi officials are
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iraqi led operation. despite increasing involvement by u.s. led anti isis coalition. including attacks on isis targets by u.s. army helicopters. announced yesterday by the pentagon. military officials say it's all part of the overall strategy to end the isis threat. our campaign plan is momentum and pressure. it is extremely important we keep momentum up last several partners are meeting to plan for mostal post isis future. they are also looking a ways to a stop the expected flow of isis fighters into syria after that city is fully liberated. we cannot allow our successes simple to mean a transfer evaporation of those who were in mosul to other places where they can campaign again. much the fighting today is centered on christian villages to the north and east of mosul. kurdish forces coming under
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>> in jerusalem, conner powell, fox 13 news. a mural honor pulse victims be unveiled outside night club later today canvas honor 49 people killed as well survivors of the june 12th shooting the public is invited to sign mural as sign of support. a street artist in fashion designer collaborated on the piece. it features rainbow colored hearts and the words i am, we are, let's be. the unveiling comes on spirit day ask a day to raise about bullying in lgbtq community. crews in los angeles are balloting a brush fire 20 acre fire started yesterday. it dealing with high winds, high temperatures dry conditions. and that raises the risk of wildfires. there's a red flag warning across most of southern california. and it's not expectd to be lifted until 8 o'clock tonight. firefighters are already in place and brush area around la in anticipation even more fires. >> u.s. leaders are promising an
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that launch happened just hours before donald trump and hillary clinton took to the stage in vegas last night. fox's lauren blanchard has more now from washington. >> as americans were getting ready to watch the final presidential debate, north korea attempted yesterday another missile launch. defense secretary ash carter hosting the top south korean diplomat and defense minister at the pentagon to discuss north korean nuclear th on america or allies will not only be defeated, but also any use of nuclear weapons will be met with an overwhelming and effect every response. >> this is north korea second failed missile launch in the last week. and more than 20 this year. including two nuclear tests. north korean state tv vowing to continue the launches. >> even if the south korean
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insane dog we will continue to launch more satellites in order to cop conquer the universe. u.s. oils are concerned misses could one day hit american forces in guam and thousands of troops in japan. secretary of state john kerry has promised advanced anti missile systems to south korea. despite chinese objections. >> the u.s. and china are in u.n. negotiations to further tighten sanctions against north korea. u.s. believers less money into the em mean they will tore an aid money. but officials fear that is unlikely. in washington, lauren blanchard, fox 13 news. the company that helps wake you up in morning could 82 us wake up call of its own and how pringle it is catering to your sweet tooth. fox's lauren simonetti has your midday market report. >> 260,000 americans filed for unemployment a historically
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weeks overseas yur fine flel bang stands down. bond buying stimulus program unchanged. american airlines, world largest posting stronger than expected quarterly results. american launched nonstop service between los angeles and hong kong and sgan its first flights to cuba in the quarter. >> dunkin donuts disappoints with latest revenue and says going forward it expects full year revenue growth of about 2 percent. less than half of its previous vatican. maybe happening. if some cardinals in rome italy have a way mcdonald's plans to build new location underneath an apartment complex which home to 7 cardinals and inside st. petersburg's square if this project goes forward it could hawaiied more than 13th thousand dollars a month to vaticans coffers. pringles is releasing new chips flavored for holidays including sugar cookie flavor potato
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pie and salted caramel bring pringles they will start appearing in stores next month. that is more in new york i'm lauren simonetti. >> how do they taste. but sure sound interesting. everyone will be doing time warp tonight a rocky horror picture
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time wrap --- again. fox's much anticipated remake of the rocky horror picture show is tonight. fox's jonathan hunt is in a rocky horror picture show is tonight. >> fox jonathan hunt is in hollywood with your preview.
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to the right as rocky horror picture show let's do the time warp again airs on fox. would eye this story is so timeless >>ths made anyone field like, if you feel like an outcast or you're a weirdo, i think a lot of people society looks down they found like rocky horror picture so they watch movie and they feel empowered it's okay to be anything that you are and to love anyone that you would love. i think that has brought a lot of people together. audience interaction is key part cult class scopic new version make sure to recognize that. in terms of taking breaks from what you see within the screen like pulling back and seeing the audience and fan experience and
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ryan is excited to introduce it to a new generation of fans. i think people in younger generation will be reluctant to watch something that was made in 70s. you know it's not high quality they are used to or whatever so we are able to show them what they are used to but bring the story into new generation of peoplethey are all humble to have the original dr. frank enfurter tim curry joining them for the retelling. jump to the support the new prison for laverne in particular gave us such great energy. you just really i remember one of the things he said to us i just want to be there to hang out. so sweet. such a sweet monumental talent. having him sort of godfather figure i think really made us all feel like we could advance confidently. that was huge to have him.
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news. you can watch rocky horror picture show right here on fox 13 at tonight an 8 stay tuned for the fox 13:10 o'clock news.
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an emotional show of patriotism-- from a teenager in a wheelchair. he found the strength to hoist himself up an emotional show of pay electro tichl teenager in wheelchair i found the strength to hoist himself up and stand on his own as the american flag passed by. that amazing photo is now taking on life of its own on social media. and that teenage lives in central florida. fox tom johnson went to leesburg to meet him. >> there's a lot of good hearted people in world. eric. good hearted don't always make the news. >> decided to a stand as the american flag passed by. right here. he wasn't meaning to take a stand. but that's what this photo has
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16-year-old last stood on his own at least for any appreciable amount of time. we knew he had spinabifida. that's ericing uncle. he's a professional photographer here in leesburg, florida. he was there when eric and his little brother watched local high school's homecoming parade pass by his shop. here come junior r otv marching along and chanting. and i heard her say he' i knew what he was standing for. instant that's all i heard her say was he's standingi whipped around real quick with a camera. and just started snapping pictures caught this one of eric using his arms to stand because he cannot do it with his legs. really made you proud of him and what he was doing. so proud uncle myron posted picture on his facebook page.
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that could stand or are sitting or kneeling and not using their well legs to stand and respect those who have fought and died for that flag and for our country. social media grabbed hold of the photo and has not let go yet. likes were coming crazy comments were coming in like crazy. anything from you've got to be proud of him to we're proud of him. what a wonderful young man. what a hero. eric is a little shy, soft spoken. that. warm october afternoon. i always stand up and when they do it. small gesture with a kid with big heart and new found high standing.
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joy to heart to know people care. >> tom johnson. i wonder if they like that. fox 13 news. welcome back to good day tampa bay. we are live at the ss american victory in old war war 2 ship located on channelside. they have transformed into a halloween horror attraction. they are calling it nautical this only a small portion. oh, my. i thought he was gone. only a small portion of the attraction itself. but you know lot of people say it's the best oh so let's just kind of hey. hey. hey. how are you? >> you want some dinner? >> i have some fresh ham on the menu.
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i see you met the sous chef. don't worry, she's-- >> wow. everything here is grade f for fresh. >> okay. okay. going to walk that way. sure you this want the whole hog? >> tom ask courtney, thanks for, i know. they are bringing it. all right. they are bringing their a game. courtney, tom, tom is with american victory ss. our ss american victory. nonprofit will be unique partnership because half proceeds go to the ship and make
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absolutely. and one we do to keep the history alive, we keep the ship operational. we take visitors out and go out on cruises. so we'll going out december 3rdrd. and this is just another way to help us keep the doors open and keep the ship running. >> courtney, you put all of this together, man you've done a really incredible job in like two months or so for fist off i've got to ask you because everything is integrated with the ship a whole theme behind it, right? >> correct, yeah. basically we use a lot of and you know, like you said involved our team right around that. all costumes you see characters, they are all dated back to world war ii era like to vietnam. ships served in three different wars. try to just make it to where it match that is area matches with the ship you guys are calling it nautical 98 mayor one only few in country on ship 23 five existing in country us being one the 5 and closing one to here
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so. is there anything you can compare to? >> personally i mean as far as for, as far as for customers, you know, they are used to like theme parks. nothing like that. it's going to in your face intense you will not see scares we're no choo-choo training you over or congo line the experience you had that's every group will be go in separately. guide them out in your face. not just what we call jump scare they reach out of door or scare you jump back in they will get out andet and basically, you know all but touch you. some cases they can't even touch you it says it on the ticket. we're not going to grab you shake you but you can brushed up against. you did great. thank you very much. thank you. good luck to you. a couple days left, seven days left for more information actually 25 bucks for more information on where where it's located and all the information you need always go to our website, at channelside alcides segui, on the ss measure victory, back to
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i don't know but you, jim i could watch him go through that haunted ship all day. you know, watching him, that was funny i was starting to get a little annual tated. his anxiety level must have been like this. what a trooper. it will start feeling like halloween at least this weekend. yeah we talk about all throughout summer. what's that question we get all time when will it finally cool off our answer all time is second, third week of october. it is right on schedule this time. you look beautiful looking day right now. you can see just a few scattered clouds. loads of sun. humidity still in that moderate range. you know what it really doesn't feel all that bad outside. if you like this, just going to get even better. just like we've seen for the past week we start out not cloud in the sky. perfectly beautiful start to the day. and with that easterly flow, you pick up a few scattered clouds. bit more cloud cover down to our south. this is mainly south of our
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highlands county. you can see just a little bit of cloudy cover coming in there. but it has been a little bit on the breezy side. especially on eastern side. west palm beach winds northeast at 21 miles an hour vero 16. melbourne, 15. here we're going to start to see winds picking up as we go through the day tomorrow. as that cold front works its way down the state. so skytower radar picking up just a few small showers. you can see in highlands county, south northeast, down to the southwest. so all the rain that's going to stay well to our south in extreme southern part of our viewing area for today. really doesn't amount to much less than 20 percent chance of showers for today. outside right now, here in tampa we're an 83 degrees. st. petersburg has a 78. clearwater, palm harbor both at 81 degrees. brooksville at 82. along with dade city and wesley chapel then you head down to our south temperatures generally running in the mid 80s.
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down into hardee, de soto and highlands county. we watch high pressure. that is going to basically start to go away as this cold front swings down into the southeast as it does so going to pick up this system here. this is invest 99. hurricane recognizance plane is actually flying out there. took off about half an hour to 45 minutes ago. so they are en route to that system see if we actually have some sort of tropical and a does not matter for us, because as this cold will scoop it up move away from us. you can see scarred showers along frontal boundary by time front gets down over us moisture is done. we will see few scattered clouds. winds turn more towards the north you can see by saturday morning 62 degrees and even cooler as we get into sunday. 58 here in tampa. lower 50s across the northern part of our viewing area. for today just a few clouds around, daytime high 87. for tonight overnight low of 69.
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day. 85 degrees. and then those cooler temperatures, they start to work this way in. starting on friday night through the weekend. daytime highs over weekend in the 70s. with overnight lows the lower 60s. are or getting into 50s by sunday. we're back with more after the
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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, then, buesing defended wells fargo threatening local seniors with homelessness. 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. how far will bob buesing go?
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a stroke can be debilitating.... and unfortunately in some cases... fatal. for many it means the loss of a stroke canada bill tating unfortunately in this cases and movementupcoming event giving stroke victims a voice through art. >> as kelly ring shows us, it's what's right with tampa bay. >> john dingman is quietly working on his latest masterpiece. hi silence largely due to communication disorder. following a stroke. >> along with the stroke came he
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intellect. very frustrating. and something that never goes goes away. john struggle to communicate verbally his speech therapist suggested that he express himself through one of his passions, art. >> it really is a blessing. because it gave him something to do. john's art work is now going to be part of an event called strokes for stroke. >> stroke for stroke awards show is a way to celebrate those survivors. also raise awareness with message of hope. you can't plenty stroke you can survive. that was our kelly ring. the strokes for stroke art show will be held tonight from 6:30 to 8:30100 percent art work sales will go to stroke association. some employees i love this story. some employees a lowe in his there's east coast went above and beyond to make family's wish for their dying dog come true. meet maverick.
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cancer was back for a second time and they wanted to give him one best days of his life. they went to lowe's and told store manager they were look for cart to lay on manager called around to different stores until they could find one within the hour he did. >> mavericks owner used card to use special day around town even hamburgers and ice cream. he looks happy to me. those dogs they become a part of your life. so, we got a couple more days until we get to the time i can pull out b exactly. the count down's fully under way right now today and into tomorrow. last of the warm weather if we call it that. then weekend looks fantastic look at the seven-day forecast, just going to be spectacular you wake saturday more than 62. gets even better on sunday with that morning low of 58. we keep that lower hue emptied as we get into the middle of next week as well. that looks like perfection. the news doesn't end here weep
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plus look for more, news's weather and spots beginning a 5 o'clock. i hope toe sue an all right back with us tonight at 5. until then have a great afternoon. i'm hall of famer jerry west and my life is basketball. but that doesn't stop my afib from leaving me at a higher risk of stroke. that'd be devastating. i took warfarin for over 15 years until i learned more about once-daily xarelto... a latest generation blood thinner.
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le with afib not caused by a heart valve problem. it has similar effectiveness to warfarin. warfarin interferes with vitamin k and at least six blood clotting factors. xarelto? is selective targeting one critical factor of your body's natural clotting function. for people with afib currently well managed on warfarin, there is limited information on how xarelto and warfarin compare in reducing the risk of stroke. like all blood thinners, don't stop taking xarelto without talking to your doctor, as this may increase your risk of a blood clot or stroke. and it may take longer for bleeding to stop. xarelto may increase your risk of bleeding if you take certain medicines. xarelto can cause serious, and in rare cases fatal bleeding. get help right away for unexpected bleeding, unusual bruising or tingling. if you have had spinal anesthesia while on xarelto watch for back pain or any nerve or muscle related signs or symptoms. do not take xarelto if you have an artificial heart valve or abnormal bleeding. tell your doctor before all planned medical or dental procedures.
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such as kidney, liver or bleeding problems. to help protect yourself from a stroke, ask your doctor about xarelto. there's more to know.
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