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>> the lines are lot faster. it moves a lot quicker. you get in and you get out. >> early birds can hit the polls in the bay area countries tomorrow morning to cast those boll lots. time. >> if you see flashing lights, move own, slow down and obey the law. >> a reminder from bay area tow truck drivers after one of their own is killed. and we are learning more about this fiery crash over the weekend, why the family of one of the victims is struggled to
hines, thanks for being w with , lloyd sowers has the night off. as fox 13's evan lambert tells us dozens of polling places are readying for voters early tomorrow morning. >> the supervisor of elections here is just one of early dozens of voting locations beginning taking ballots tomorrow. most locations are open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. >> when t weeks away, the push is on to get candidates in their corners. it's especially urgent here in florida where early voting starts in many counties on monday. the presidential candidates honed in on battleground states where early voting plays a huge role. donald trump spoke to potential early voters on sunday. >> my goal is to keep foreign money out of american politics.
the oval office up for sale to whatever country offers the highest price, that's what she does. >> and hillary clinton campaigned in charlotte. >> this is not like anybody else else who has ever run for president who has demonstrated unquifcunequivocally, that he is unqualified and unfit to be president and commander in chief of the united states o final push to get out the vote. we found this person posting signs at this early voting locations. thomas urged other voters to save time but not waiting until election day. >> the lines are a lot faster and you get in and you get out whereas if you wait until the day of the election, a lot of people are waiting and it takes longer to get in and out.
wednesday in certainly florida counties. high lands and citrus begin on the 29th. >> and senator rubio will be holding an event tomorrow in sun city askin asking people to gett and vote early. some of the counties are beginning early voting on saturday. >> all across our state, polling ples voting to begin. in orange county, the c campaigs are putting on a burst of energy in hopes of getting voters out early. and of course, florida is considers one of the critical swing states this election cycle with presidential candidates considering it a must-win territory.
was a spirited effort to get souls to the polls says the pi bishop there. >> while many people may be displaced with the candidates they have to remember the sacrifices that others have made, and it comes down to who is qualified and what works best for all people. >> during the rally at the church it was prayering and politics with preachers quoting scriptur a and cash is also pouring into local election campaigns. when it comes to early voting what do you immediate to know? depending on the date set by your county, early voting starts between tomorrow and saturday, and 67 counties begin early voting hours tomorrow, including most in the bay area, with the exception of pasco, highlands and hardee counties.
that includes a signature. and we have linked to the hours and locations on our website, fox13news.com. flashing yellow lights and black ribbon. earlier this month tow truck operator troy mcguire was hit and killed as he was assistance law enforcement. and tow trucks and their drivers roll a wake. up call to the community. >> flashing lights as far as the eye can see, a tribute to a fellow tow truck driver who lost his life in an accident that could have been prevented. >> we have too many drunk drivers on the road and they are putting our first responders into danger. this is heartbreaking, over and
>> a neon shirt and hat now mark the spot where try stood just two weeks ago. he was helping officers on an early morning call, the side of the highway lit up with flashing lights from law enforcement and tow trucks but police say that gregory miller was drunk behind the wheel when he veered on to t have a officer and right into mcinquire. mcguire. >> two weeks after he lost his life, dozens of tow truck drivers came together to honor one of their own. >> they are hoping others will see them on the highway and
red and blue lights, slow down and move over and get away from us so we can work. >> this is the reason i work so hard and this is what i want to come home to every night, it's sad that some people don't get that opportunity. >> in apollo beach, and gregory miller is now facing d.u.i. myself charges. and the florida highway patrol tells us the passenger in this car was 33-year-old carlos kin i quinones peres. another man was killed in the
ffox13news.com. his family is trying to bring him home to puerto rico. >> and at this point authorities have this roped off, the opening is 8 feet by 10 feet but thank thankfully, it's not exacting anyone's house or safety. and tonight at the point d deputies are looking for the public's health to find the robbers who walked into a walgreen's and pulled out a gun and demanded that the clerk pull crash out of the register. the person may have gotten a ride from a car that was nearby. and a crash in pinellas county leads to charges for a driver
an to officer trying to pull ovr lockinour, but he did not stop. seconds later he crashed into a pickup truck and ki continued driving until that car was disabled from the crash. inside the car officers wound weapons and drugs. the drive and his passenger hav passenger in the other vehicle suffered minor injuries. >> and you may be planning to vote and have decided there may be more at stake in this next election than just voting for our next president. a look at the amendment the. >> and those cool mornings may be a thing of the past later on this week. >> we'll talk about that coming up.
sports show. show. >> and sw we' port tampa bay has now become florida's largest and most diversified. which helps explain why it is one of dana young's top priorities. generating over 15 billion for the regional economy, and 80 thousand local jobs. dana young is working to continue that success, by attracting high waged jobs for families who need them and fighting a bureaucracy that too often gets in the way.
>> supporters claim it's the obvious future for powering up florida, but a new amendment is tapping into solar power in florida is leaving many seeing red. >> the way the initiative is written is it sounds good. it sounds like it would advance solar, but it's not true at all. >> susan glikman for the alliance of solar energy says this is flawed. >> current you to own or lease solar panels and so we have that right. >> this is backed she says by the state's big utility company as a way to make solar energy restricted and highly regulated. >> but others disagree. >> all we are doing is codifying in the constitution the current situation. >> others say it encourages the
>> if you're going to create a situation of haves and have notes this energy is regulated whereas this one is not, and you will get into a situation where you have to raise rates on people who can least afford it. that is not a good model, and it doesn't make sense for utilities. >> what it's intended to do is make it harder for people, family, and solar on your roof. >> this is calling for a change to the constitution. amendment 1 would need 60% of the vote in florida in order to pass. another major issues voters will decide upon is whether or not to legalize medical marijuana for those with debilitating diseases, and it's the calle
streets with the taste and sounds and sights of latin culture. calle orange not only allows people to have a good time but also gives them a chance to honor where they came from. >> no matter where we live on this planet, we have to be together as one. >> this is the 18th year for the festival and we had a lot of things going on, a lot and cooler weather to go along with it. >> it really felt nice and believe it or not, parts of the area in the 30's. >> seriously? frost? >> no frost but you compare it to where we've been, but it feels that much more refreshing. >> we earned this, all of those days in july and august. >> and just like usual, the cold fronts this time of year, and
enjoy tomorrow. >> crack those windows. >> shre absolutely a windows-opn night for sure. and nothing but blue skies at the beaching. the water temperatures down to 75, but the beaches were packed and they had a volleyball court and the sidewalk chalk festival, and overall, a fantastic day for them. here are the lows i was talking about. look at 39 degrees this morning in brooksville, 43 in crystal river, and here in tampa we had the coldest since late march, so almost seven months ago. and as we head into tonight it's going to be a few days warmer but it's still going to be pretty ch chilly.
inland. overnight lows start to warm back up, and so 62 for a morning low tuesday, and by wednesday, 65, and then above average 67 for thursday and friday, we'll also see that humid start to rise just a bit. it's not going to be sticky by the end of the week but you will notice it from what we have seen the last couple of days. relative humid, 54%, and pinellas park. to the north, 56 in brooksville, and 66 in bradenton, 62 for you in north port and inland mid 60's. 64 in wauchula, and 64 in lakeland. you factor in where we were 24 hours ago, running five, six degrees warmer than yesterday, and that makes sense because we are expecting our own night lows
warmer. blue skies state-wide and if you look back to the west you see high clouds streaming in through thethe eastern gulf and we say e some high clouds throughout the day tomorrow, maybe not the pure blue skies but still dry heading into the next couplal. temperatures on monday should be warming into the 80's or at least close to the mark, and low to mid 80's by tuesday, and a little bit more in the way of cloud cover and a couple of showers popping up on wednesday, but we'll keep the rain chances to 20% and that may even be a little aggressive. 59 degrees overnight, starry skies and not as cold as last night but still seasonably cool, and a chilly start to the day, and 83 on tuesday, sun and
rounding out the work week. seas 2 feet and gulf temperatures 75 degrees. here is a look at your seven-day forecast. temperatures into the mid 80's heading towards the middle of the week, a 20% rain chance on wednesday and another 20% into saturday, and begin, overnight lows in the mid# 60's or so heading into next weekend. >> mike, thanks. >> the system securing america's voter target of hackers. what is being done to stop hackers from getting their hands on it. >> and the bucs take a knee inside their locker room after their win over the 49ers, i moved on her like a [bleep]. you can do anything. grab them by the [bleep]
don't. marco rubio stands by trump and failed to show up for florida. here's what i believe in. bringing people together and reaching across the aisle to get things done. protecting social security. and building an economy that works for all of us. i'm patrick murphy and i approved this message
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 , running fees up to seventy thousand dollars. now, buesing's running for senate. how far will bob buesing go? that's up to you. >> tonight we continue our series of voter fraud with a look at efforts to keep hackers from affecting your vote.
extremely unlikely that voting machines would be hacked for various reasons but something else is vulnerable. >> the department of homeland security says hackers have tried to attack voter registration rolls in 20 states. russia has been thought to have attacked voter rolls in ohio and arizona. >> our voter is connected to the internet and that does expose us to a potential cyber attack. >> husted is taking measures to block any hacking. he says the lists are backed up every night as a precaution and he is confident that voters will be protected. >> there is the potential for disruption but not for chaos because of the back-up systems we have in place, we are doing all we can, but as i noted, you
election many states saw long lines and delays of hours at polling places. some fear in hackers get in this time they could make the problems worse but changing names, addressing and voters' private enforce. information. >> it's a scary thought to think that our system, the great his system in the world would be hacked. >> this woman says she waited for confusion which she showed up for the presidential primary, and she hopes that officials have the opportunity to safeguard the election same from any hacks saying everyone's vote should be protected. >> we have to be protect and/or andorganized and anyone who hasa right to vote should be able to
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, rip-offs, and long-term contract traps. that's the right way to do solar. amendment 1: good for the economy. good for the environment. good for florida.
i spent many years as a nuclear missile launch officer. if the president gave the order we had to launch the missiles,
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.
come-from-behind surge. >> my message is this, if i win on november 8, we are dwog to go fix our rigged system. folks, let me tell you this, it's a rigged system. >> the fact is that this race is not over, we are not giving up, we know we can win this and we are not acceding to the will same chatters class been wrong about tump the wholee time. >> and this year is on track for a record 46 million or about 40% of the total electoral voting early. clinton's early vote efforts
carolina, arizona and others. 1, 409 staffers across the one in 16 key battle states, that is one-fifth of what the democratic parties and the clinton campaign have. >> hallowed ground where so many gave their lives in service to side cautious optimism seems to be the feeling but the wiki leaks dumps just won't go away. clinton starting her day appearing as an african-american american church in durham,
so-called mothers of the movement, mothers who have lost children in altercations with police. >> if we are honest with each other, we have to choose hope over fear or there is no future for any of us. >> last night after a joint campaign event with her running mate, clinton was confronted with the latest wiki revolution that the king of morocco agreed to host an event but only if mrs. clinton attended. and this was just a horrific scene, it happens on westbound interstate 10 near palm springs
more than 20 people were hurt including the driver of the big rig. first responders has to use ladders to pull victims from the mangled tour bus. >> t triage was immediately established and >> authorities are trying to recover the bus's black box to determine what caused the crash. >> and an american airlines flight makes an emergency landing in little rock this weekend after reports of smoke in the cockpit. the flight was traveling from nashville to los angeles, and
flight and they tweeted about their frustrations with the airline. the flight landed safely. and u.s.'s ash carter is in iraq as troops might an all-out battle to try to take the city of mosul back from isis. >> iraqi and kurish continue to move closer to mosul but the militants are doing everything they can to resist, burning s sulfur to create a blk smoke, and sending suicide missions to attack coalition forces but one by one, the small towns along the way are falling.
citizecivilians describe the hs of living under isis. >> we were living in a ghost time and you never knew at any time if death would be to the your door step. >> this week ash carter visited to assess the operations. saying that so far the iraqi forces have considerable progress, but freeing the area will take time both for the iraqis or those americans and others assisting them. >> even behind the frond lines they are at risk and it's also important that everybody understand that we must do this. we have to protect ourselves from isil, they intend harm to our county.
>> hundreds of people turned out for the seventh annual shoot for the cure event. participants shoot clay targets ttargetrack up and proceeds are going to be donated to a charity of linda's choice and they will help to pay for mammograms for women who don't have insurance among other things. this competition is a great way to get men incof inv involved it against breast canner. cancer.>> it's just part of ther dollar community, which we love.
competitors have helped to raise more than $40,000 for shoot for a cure in the last seven years. and boy, a great day for the pukes. pukes. thebucs. >> and as good as the bucs offense was against san francisco, the defense key role in this win. we're going to go inside the locker room for all of the locker room for all of the action, coming up
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 , running fees up to seventy thousand dollars. now, buesing's running for senate. how far will bob buesing go? that's up to you. 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,
amendment 1: good for the economy. good for the environment. good for florida. vote yes on amendment 1-for the sun. 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 donald trump call women pigs, dogs, and bimbos...and i sure
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. >> feels good to monday! (cheers and applause). >> great job, guys, be humble in victory, on three, one, two, three! >> interesting to see the bucs taking a knee in san francisco. would it be for colin caber kaepernick? i have never seen the bucs do
climbed to within half a game and the only team in the nfl to average under 300 a game but kaepernick goes two for two in the opening drives and it takes san francisco just five plays to get into the end zone. and here goi and still in the first quarter, winston is facing third and five, and it's to mike evans but off his hands and it's picked off. a clean block but evan is hurt as he took a hard shot to the ribs. but he did return to the game.
have a 14-0 lead. the bucs finally put together a mistake-free drive, and carved up the niner's defense, and winston hits a wide-open mike evans. and now san francisco is on the move but how about bradley mcdoingal, stepping up. the first interception of the season, and the bucs make good on it, he finished with a career best 154 yards, and then winston is flagged here for unsportsman like conduct and the bucs have to settle for a fieldgoal, but they doesn't stop them. he throws a perfect pass here,
going the buc's way, with this punt, and moffett and -- there to pounce on it. and the take on the niners is they just wear out and give up. hitting evans there, and second touch down of the game, and all the bucs need is a closer and they get career touch down, and the bucs with the best record they have had this late in
player and he is just getting a chance. he is a good between-the-tackles runner and that power he broke, that is probably one of the longest runs -- go,quizz go. >> when we do what we are supposed to be doing, and this is the nfl so you have to show up, you never have a week great team and we really believe in our coaches, it's truly up to us. >> the offense the bucs are putting on display is really unprecedented. how about this statistics, the bucs have gained over 500 yards of offense in three different games. he has done it in less than three seasons and prior to cutting coming into town, they have managed to do that just
years. and against the niners it was not all defense, they played a key role after giving up three early td's and they took colin kaepernick to the ground. this one the biggest of the bucs four sacks foreseeing a fumble. and the g bucks got a balanced game with offense and defense. >> nfl turnovers are huge and they and it swung the game, that is the key to the nfl is just getting extra possessions and things like that, and we did a good job the past few weeks. >> # the raiders are heading foa double header, oakland will stay in sarasota to get ready for the bucs and they will practice at
and now this team really struggling. the raiders run all over the jags, and murray leads the way in from two yards out, the raiders outscore enve jacksonvi, 20-6, and murray one of seven raiders to win the oakland is 5-2 on the season, still ahead we'll take a look at what the ohio state loss has done to the football rankings and the field for the chase is narrowing as four players are narrowing as four players are booting from t 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,
ainst 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? that's up to you. 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
rip-offs, and long-term contract traps. 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. i moved on her like a [bleep]. you can do anything. grab them by the [bleep] we have to make sure that donald wins this election. no we don't. marco rubio stands
bringing people together and reaching across the aisle to get things done. protecting social security. and building an economy that works for all of us. i'm patrick murphy and i approved this message because i'll be a senator who always works for you. >> minnesota vikings with
the only unblemished record coming into week seven and you just know that sam bradford wanted to show his old team they had made a mistake. no love in the city of brotherly love. eagles fans gave him an earful when he was intercepted in the endzone, and a touch-back for
it was really over turnover cin this game. next play, bradford is sacked and tracked by connor, bars witn and they should have checked that ball for for grease befor% throwing it back. and they take an 8-2 lead. this for a 5-yard touch down, the only one of the day but it was an winning performance as the eagles beat minnesota 21-10. and the browns and bengals, two ugly uniforms, aren't they?
time since 1976 to have six different people they are a pass in the opener. and andy dalton hits brandon for a 44-yard score, and then just before the half, dalton going for the hail mary. who is looking for it? a.j. green, and he coming down with it, the steelers having a go without big ben. but they are looking pretty good this year, blunt, finishes with 127 yards and two touch downs and this one with a nice pass and he gets down to the touch down, the stealers down 14-10 at
bunch tojust for pittsburgh. the patriots go on to win it 27-16. and ohio state tumbles down the boards, with alabama still holding on to that top spot. michigan cheesecakes over at number two, and louisville, back in the top five, and others in florida moving up this week. this cast them all of their 31 votes they received a week ago. and four more drivers were eliminated today. first pit stop of the day in tal ta
the car, and it would stay there for a while, but then trash on the grille and this racer's engine blue up. amazingly, logano put that pit spot mishap behind him and held on to win. and the last eliot and austin d austin dillo of the drivers eliminated today. >> and new zealand's h harbor hs a massive new visitor hanging around. this is a leopard seal.
is hanging around, and marine biologists say she may be the first of her kind to stay. >> and two candidates are making a last-minute push for voters here in the sunshine state. plus a teen shot in the chest after they were targeted by a robber. quick thinking
by good life, and the details behind a deadly tour bus crash in
>> it's always backed up and crazy, the earlier you get in, the faster you get out. >> early voting gets underway in some counties in our area. why it may pay off to cast your ballot before november 8. >> you are too come on. >> robbed at gunpoint and then shot, the teen is recovering in the hospital as police search for a shotter. shooting.>> and jameis winston e bucs get a w against the san francisco 49ers. >> we are following a news alert