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thousands are here. between sunday and tuesday, donald trump is going to be holding five rallies in florida. he's already held two-toed. this one in tampa will be his third. and his hope is turning the tide and encouraging supporters to gt out and vote as early voting begins. take a look. here's donald trump earlier tody in st. augustine meeting with a group of first responders. for the last several weeks we've heard him focus on three topics essentially. one that south carolina in that there is, quote, a conspiracy to get him elected. and a promise to accuse those wo accused him of sexual assault. >> it's unclear, but the nationl polls have showed clinton's lead growing. this comes as the early vote ges underway. trump says he's doing well. >> well, first of all, i think we're winning.
winnerring, despite what you her from these very dishonest peopl. the poll that we're leading by . another one came out that we're leading by 2 to three nationwid. you just heard much to the consternation of everybody that we're doing very well in florid, where we are now, which is my second home, and i have tremendous amounts of employees and jobs. look at the live pictures here from sky fox. you can see thousands of people lynning up to get into the mid florida amphitheater. the rally is expected to get underway about 7:00. it's unclear as to when he's going to hit the stage. obviously all eyes are on the early vote. democrats believe they have done very well, they believe they hae the advantage historically in te early vote, so this is mission critical now for donald trump. >> all right, evan. thanks. we're going to hear from craig
just how important this state is to both candidates. hillary clinton will be in tampa on wednesday, and she will layot her plans to create an economy that works for everyone. she says she doesn't want it to work just for the people at the top. clinton will be at curtis hicksn park. >> democrat vice presidential candidate tim kaine spent the dy in miami speaking to voters as early voting locations opened down there too. >> we can't take anything for gran whining and complaining about a rigged election, and you know he's going to whine and complain after. donald trump suspect unable, unable to lose and then look in the mirror and say, gosh, i los. maybe i shouldn't have run the most did i divisive campaign in american history. >> reflecting on donald trump's comments from last week, the gop nominee would not commit to accepting the results of the
make sure that trump can't dispute the results come electin day. after the rally many of the people there boarded a bus to go vote. >> okay. have you voted yet? well, today was the first day that voters could head to the polls, as we just heard. in 50 counties across florida voters in citrus and sills -- hillsborough, they'll have 14 days to cast their ballots befoe election day. >> okay. turn out, i hear it's been very busy, kellie? >> yeah, it's been impressive. the polls aren't even closed for the day, and already here in hillsborough county, according o election supervisors more than 14,000 people have cast their ballots already. when you combine that with the mail-in ballots they've already counted, that makes up for about 14 percent of total registered voters in hillsborough county casting their ballots.
gilder election service center filled up fast today. it's one of 16 polling stations in hillsborough county where voters can cast their ballots. and plenty of people are voting early. >> i'm 82 years old and i have whole life. >> tom bailey and joan owens are taking full advantage of this year 14 day early voting period. joan says she's learned the hard way about waiting until election day to vote. >> i came out with my daughter one year for election must have waited in line for two hours. so i think the early voting is great. >> thousands across the county seem to think so too. >> yep. it's early. >> this was fast, painless, swift. >> we're seeing a tremendous, really robust turn out here. we've had just a steady stream f people coming through this particular site all day. >> no lines, no wait. voting early also means getting to pick your polling location.
16 early voting locations have the shortest wait times. >> it doesn't matter if it's the one closest to where you live. it can be closest to where you work, but if you're going to wat until election day you must vote in the precinct you reside in. the reason is real simple. during early vote we produce yor ballot on demand. on election day your ballot is waiting for you at the precinct. >> that's important for voters like charles. >> i drive a truck for want to make sure my vote count. >> early polling locations in hillsboro will remain open from 7:00 to 7:00 every day through november 6th. >> and over in pinellas county,a pretty health turn out. last check, about 4,000 people taking advantage of this first day of early polls opening up already, and more than 115,000 mail in ballots have been received so far.
whether you're voting early or you're showing up for the actual election day is to go ahead and look over your sample ballots early. those were mailed out to every single registered voter. of course you can also find a sample ballot online as well. for now we're live in tampa, kellie cowan, fox 13 news. >> the mayor is doing what he cn to encourage young people to get out and vote. today he was on the tampa campus to announce a new shuttle that voting locations. for many this will be the first time voting. >> if they go vote, i think the turn out will be sibley higher, but you have to energize them, you have to make it cool, make t a fun thing to do. there's pizza, there's the mayo. pizza is much more popular, but whatever we have to do to get them out to the polls. >> there's pizza, there's the mayor. a group called florida's future is behind this initiative called shuttle together stronger
certain party. >> tonight we do know the name f the boater who disappeared in te water near the courtney campbell cause way. police say it's a 34-year-old mn who disappeared off a reginald boat last friday. investigators say he was on the boat with his fiance when they hit a sandbar. he jumped in the water to push t off the sandbar and he went undr water and drowned. >> if you think the prescription drugs is going up you're not alone. the florida insurance council ad walmart all met in tallahassee this morning. they were joined by hospitals ad consumers for the campaign for sustainable prescription pricin. the group says prescriptions are going up faster than any other healthcare care. they fill a balance between drug innovation and drug affordable
when the affordable care act passed i think we saw hospitals, providers, health insurers come under different regulation and increased regulation, but the industry that did not was the pharmaceutical industry and so that's where we're seeing the ballooning of healthcare costs. >> the campaign wants to see quicker federal approval for generic drugs which could bring down costs significantly. >> new at 5:00 tonight, manatee county holds the record for something they're not very proud of. in 2014 manatee had the most entire state. police agencies have been cracking down on dealers but community members say more needs to be done. fox 13 kimberly reports. >> we've gone from pills to heroin. >> senator marco rubio took nots and listened while a row of womn in the audience sat waiting fora solution.
you. >> jerry knows all too well the horrible effects of heroin. she's lost four family members within a year on the deadly dru. >> you would like to smack them for using. you'd like to smack the dealers for selling. >> 10 months into the year there have been 69 deaths and 916 overdoses from heroin in manatee county. paramedics now carry a drug to reverse the effects of overdose. but people continue to die week after week. >> if it we can get the money fr right track, the demand slow down, maybe the dealers will go away. people have to have access to treatment and treatment that works. >> senator marco rubio says he plans on taking the issue to the u.s. senate, but it's an issue that will cost money. he says we need more rehab center, long term help for addicts and a better understanding of the problem. >> people who are dependent on these substances should not be treated as criminals. they have a disease. it needs to be treated as a
been seeing for a very long tim. it's a waste of human potential, a waste of life and it's embarrassing because we're so fr behind the curve in terms of programs that could help these people. >> now that a united states senator is seeing it they hope more people will hear the messae and they hope this senator will keep his promise. >> we want in on it, and we want to help. >> in manatee, county, fox 13 news. >> they recently arrested a majr heroin dealer in that manatee and now they're working with victims and their families to crack down on other sources. >> often golf tournament kickoff with a shotgun start. but it was done differently today. take a look. >> instead of a gunshot, the conservatory had a human cannon ball start the tournament. this is dave, the bullet smith. he blasted out and fleuron hundred 31 feet before landing safely in that net and he did it all for a good cause. the conservatory is dedicated to
>> we try to bring the circus at as a medium through a lot of community outreach, in the schools, correlating newton's lw of gravity with the circus and after school disciplinary progrm where they strain in the circus arts and also in nursing homes and hospitals, bring joy and wonder to those who can't leave those facilities. >> the circus conservatory works to preserve circus history and help pass it on to future generations. >> he was really flying through the air. >> he was. >> another big decision about the death penalty. coming up, the group of people who get a second chance to get off death row. >> and hear from a people -- miami woman who is pregnant and has seeking. how she says her baby is port tampa bay has now become florida's largest and most diversified. which helps explain why it is one of dana young's
(linda/ in a landmark >> in a landmark decision our state supreme court ruled a deah sentence should be handed down y a unanimous jury, which was not always the case in florida. but that wasn't the end of it. justices made another ruling in regards to fox 13's gloria gomez is here to explain the latest. >> he is mentally disabled and therefore should not be on death row. well, the supreme court says thy agree with that and they say his case should get a second look. >> again, we have another issue with our death penalty. >> it's another set back for florida's death penalty. in a new ruling the state supree court just gave a death row inmate a second chance at life. >> he gets a second chance to
intellectually disabled. >> he challenged his death sentence because he says he's intellectually disabled. the attorney anthony rickman who reviewed the opinion for fox 13 says the amendment protects the disabled from being executed. >> wl >> he could. this sentence does not absolve him from death. what it does is give him an opportunity to mitigate that. >> florida's death penalty has been under assault since januar. that's when the supreme court determined it was unconstitutional, ruling a jury, not a judge should make the ultimate say on life or death. and a month later the high court piled it on again when they reject florida's rigid iq testig
death chamber when they're mentally handicap. if your iq was 70 or higher you could be executed, but not anymore. the high court said other factos must be looked at. >> his background, his history, his childhood, his up bringing. other factors as opposed to just looking at his iq score alone. >> this ruling now opens the floodgates for other inmates hoping to dodge death. >> now, just so you know, walls is not off the hook yet. he would have a hearing and if the judge finds that he is still face the death penalty. of course we'll stay on top of the story and let you know how t all plays out. back to you. >> thank you, gloria. >> nearly 100 tampa employees ae about to get a big paycheck. the u.s. department of labor sas universal fire systems, incorporated, failed to pay employees overtime and keep records. investigators say universal fire
fixed salaries based on a 40 hor work week, but the department found employees were required to load up tools and equipment on their trucks on their own time before heading to their first jb site and then starting work. well, we'll follow that. paul, let's find out what's goig on. >> enjoying the cooler temps. >> it's good. the weekend just a solid 10. i think one of the better weeked we've had all year long, and it continues this week, even though every day will warmer up a litte bit. beautiful sky today, and cool clouds. a lot of you have been buzzing about them and sending me pictures on social media. in the meantime, blue sky and some high cirrus clouds overhea. the morning lows. 54 degrees the low in tampa on sunday. we always say the second night after a cold front goes by is usually the coldest. well, it was. 58 saturday morning.
march 22nd. wow. a couple 61s and we think tomorrow morning or wednesday morning should be in the mid 60s. tough to believe. it's been 11 years -- 11 years ago today -- that hurricane wila made landfall in southwest florida down by cape romano as a cat 3, moved across the state ad kind of surprised the southeast coast, miami and fort lauderdale with lots of another major hurricane make landfall anywhere in the united states. that's 11 years going back to this date, 11 years ago. it's incredible, you talk about sandy. sandy was a border line cat one system when it made landfall in the northeast, so we've been a long, long stretch of not seeing major landfalls impacting our country. landfall hurricanes.
patchy clouds around. more of the same coming up. you can see some high level moisture coming in from the wes. that means more cirrus clouds around tomorrow and more a time the sun could be dimmed, even blocked by some increasing clouds, but overall the 7-day 7-day forecast is very quiet. not a lot going on. right now 70s and low 80s around tampa bay, but the dewpoint is still low. they're in the mid 50s to low '60s. not going to change much. the winds are very hint of a sea breeze along our west coast.% just a beautiful afternoon to te outside, even though as you move into the middle of fall there's not a lot of daylight left, it gets dark at 6:45, 7:00. this is the last really cool night. high pressure will drift in the air mass slowly modifies the net couple of days, but it's not going to be that bad during the day. in the 80s and nighttime lows and i think high pressure will dominate in the southeast
weekend. so it's another five to seven days at least of sunshine every day with minor changes day by day. it's never exactly the same but pretty close with an east and northeast wind coming up thursdy into friday. right now these are good number, aren't they? >> 78. a 55 dewpoint, and a light sea breeze southwest at 5. around the country there's high pressure and high clouds coming in from the west. again, they could block the sun tomorr. and white mountains of vermont and new hampshire, probably latr tonight and tomorrow. 56 in chicago. 84 in dallas and 62 in new york city. tonight we're mostly clear and pbot quite as school. school-ish. down to 62. we have sunshine coming up tomorrow and a pleasant day. up to 83. no change on wednesday. mostly sunny and pleasant. back in the mid 80s. if you're voting, i would expect
the day. seas about 2 feet. next tide, high tide at midnigh. your 7-day forecast pretty quie, pretty uneventful. sunshine every day. mid 80s for highs and 60s for lows. >> hey, mark. >> looking good, paul. thanks. >> as you know, water is a vital resource to us here in florida, especially the you aquifer. this may look like a piece of dirted with water on the largest reclamation project in the world and it's going on n the bay area. we'll show you more about this tonight at 6:00. also they are the most famous slippers in the world. why the smithsonian is so excitd about an online fundraising campaign. >> first you'll hear from a miai mother who is pregnant with her
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.
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. an update to the spread a return to common sense. of zika in south florida. spread of zika in south florida. a pregnant woman infected with the virus and being treated in miami is coming forward to talk about her case. she is sharing her story with a lot of other women. >> fox 13's anjuli kim davis is here with more on that.
is developing normally. her daughter is due in february. she found out she was zika positive at 16 weeks. since then she's been treated by a team of doctors at miami's% jackson memorial hospital and jessica is a spanish only speaker. she said she was initially devastated by the diagnosis but has prayed constantly throughout her pregnancy. she believes the faith and diligent care at jackson memoril is keeping her baby safe and healthy and she hopes will make mothers think twice about abortion when receiving news about testing positive for it's unclear when or exactly whn jessica contracted zika. she took a trip to holiday honduras in the early pregnancy. the doctor who is overseeing jessica's care says right now te baby doesn't
appear to have microcephaly, but that doesn't mean they're out of the woods yet. >> we can't really finish the
baby is born and is many months into the baby's life, but a normal ultrasound at 22 weeks my not tell us much about the babys growth and development. >> the doctor says zika is so nw to the u.s. that it's unclear% whether symptoms develop early n and gradually or it can suddenly later on in pregnancy. there's also a team of pediatricians looking over jessica due to the concerns over the baby's development, of hearing a the records show that over 1,000 confirmed cases of zika are here in florida. 113 of those cases involve pregnant women. linda? >> anjuli, thank you. donald trump is less than two hours away from bringing his message to tampa. coming up, what hillary clinton had to say to donald today at another rally. >> also you're going to hear why a police officer shot a 16-year-old boy.
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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 because i'll be a senator who always works for you. amendment 1 guarantees your right to generate your own solar energy. it also guarantees that those who don't choose solar 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. vote yes on amendment 1-for the sun. when powerful people need someone to do their dirty work, they hire bob buesing. how far will he go?
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. the focus is on the crucial battleground state of florida in the race for the white house. battleground state of florida in the race for the white house. republican donald trump has making the rounds across the state. this is a live look from sky fox of the credit union and amphitheater where he's going to appear for a rally about 7:00 tonight. you can see that the crowd is already filling in.
telling us that they expect thousands of people there. it's not even close to 7:00, so you'll have a packed crowd there today. earlier today he held a roundtable with first responders in st. augustine. >> today his democratic rival, hillary clinton, was campaigning in new hampshire, but she will e coming to tampa on wednesday afternoon. she'll also be making stops this week in coconut creek and palm beach county for early voting rallies. her running kaine has been campaigning cross florida the past few days. he took some shots against trump at a stop in miami today. >> we can't take anything for granted because donald trump is whining and complaining about a rigged election, and you know he's going to whine and complain after. >> recent polls in florida show clinton with an edge over trump. >> our political edward joins us now. craig, how does trump respond to the polls showing him behind?
there are other polls showing that hillary clinton is up by double digits on average, six points. and donald trump's response to that is, his campaign is, yeah, we're behind, but, no, you can't always trust the polls and donad trump is saying that he doesn't believe what he's seeing in a lt of numbers. instead he is keying into the investors business daily poll ad into the la times survey. these are outliers. they keep showing trump doing, the initial election race. so trump is denying those polls are in fact the case. and pointing to brexit in great britain and other examples where the polls were just flat wrong. >> trump and clinton as we've seen are putting a big focus on florida. do they both need it to win? >> it's critically important, bt i think that donald trump absolutely positively needs it while hillary clinton has other paths to victory and donald trup
without winning florida and that's why hillary clinton is coming here, to try to put trump on defense. hillary clinton knows that it is mathematically, based on all the assumptions we have here lights out, donald trump if she is able to best him there. that's why they're investing so much time and effort and money n a ground game and trying to get out the vote, and, by the way, people are already voting. the election is underway as we speak. on the flip side, again, donald trump needs the state of florida to have white house. >> you said is it. the time is now. thank you, craig. >> thank you. >> an orlando neighborhood is shocked after a teenager is shot and killed at his own birthday party and now police optimistic to know where the bullet came from. >> holly bristow. >> popping like popcorn.
others in orange county is heartbroken to learn a teenage boy was fatally shot in the midt of his birthday celebration. terrence givens died just one dy short of his 17 birthday. >> definitely keep him in our prayers and it's family. 50 to 60 family and friends were gathered in front of the home celebrating when shots were fird into the crowd. >> today burned out candles sit near the porch whereet shot. >> any idea if mr. given was was a target or he so happened to be the one that got shot. >> that's still being pieced together. we don't seem to have a clear ct motive at this point. so we don't know if he was in te wrong place or the wrong time or if there was some reason why ths gathering was targeted. >> you can see where bullets hit the home. another house 500 yards down the road was also hit. this neighbor says it was chaos. >> almost like a movie, wild,
there was running everywhere, screaming, yelling. running across the yards. hiding, ducking, screaming and just running. >> while police continue searching for clues and leads this neighbor has a message for whoever pulled the trigger. >> no resource, conscience, flying bullets everywhere, bouncing off things. what was you thinking? or were you thinking at all? >> holly >> police say the car was in a parking lot. the medical examiner is working to figure out who the man is and how he died. police say there's no sign of foul play and the car was stolen will jacksonville. >> a police officer in daytona beach shoots a 16-year-old boy. officers were responding to the area after reports someone stole a gun from a car outside of a bar. police say when they asked the teenager to show his hands, he refused. and instead they say he took a
that officer fired one shot, grazing the teen ace chest. the 16-year-old faces several charges tonight, including attempted murder. >> daytona beach is still feelig the sting of hurricane matthew. according to the daytona beach convention and visitors bureau, there are still a number of hotels closed along the beach de to damage from the storm. city leaders and lawmakers tooka tour up and down the coast to gt a better idea of the extent of the remaining damage. >> it's not anything they can't over a little bit of time. >> local leaders say the good news is that the storm did not come during the peak tourist season for daytona. >> most of us don't need much of
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
the navy's famed blue angel jets perform spectacular stunts at airshows across the country each year. jets perform spectacular stunts at airshows all across the
country each year. fox's john donnelly got a chance to go along for a ride. >> we are 6,000 feet over galveston, we're about to perfom a 7g turn. am i am i going to pass out? what the heck am i doing here? >> wait, let's start back on the ground. i was lucky enough to get offerd a ride with the legendary blue angels, this is my pilot. >> this is number 87 for the team. he's very young but experienced. >> the blue angels are a tradition. they formed after world war ii ended. the idea was to encourage people to join the navy. and foster goodwill from the public.
translate to a larger share of the shrinking defense budget. they started with hell cats, now they fly f18s that be retired bt maintained. i put on my jumpsuit and nervously climb on board. i get strapped in, the crew chif clears us to go and we're off. and by off i mean almost straigt up. >> the idea to show me what the plane and pilots could do. >> that is >> we do some gentle maneuvers t first, but they get more vigoros as the flight continues. we turn, one, two, three, four, five times the force of gravity. my 160-pound body weighs about 800 pounds. we do combat maneuvers. and he may seem nice but about after 15 minutes of this i start to think he's enjoying it too
can i stay awake? say good night! >> welcome back! welcome back, buddy! >> that was enough for me, and e headed back. >> after one more razzle dazzle turn, i >> would i do that again? absolutely, in a new york minut. >> my only question, why does te lieutenant still look so young and sharp? >> that was john donnelly reporting. the blue angels will be flying n our area next -- in april. and they're scheduled to perform in lakeland. so it's very -- always very exciting. he did pretty well. all right, kev, what's going on? >> a little chill in the air ths
we'll hear from joel madden abot his second shot at a world seris title. >> plus we'll show you how this game against the 49ers 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. so i'm
crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems.
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. a return to common sense. >> okay. we've heard for a while now that chocolate can be good for you, but we're high wind warning more
researchers with the national institutes of recently looked at data more more than 1100 people and they say people who ate chocolate had lower levels of triglycerides that could actualy help improve heart health. researchers also say people who did a better job of controlling inflammation and blood sugar by eating a little bit of chocolat. >> i love that story. depression is an illness that knows now boundaries. it effects people from all walks of life shorter days and longer nights f the winter months are a trigger for type of depression known as seasonal effective disorder. a few healthy choices can help fight it off. the founder of hope for depression research foundation says it starts with eating properly. at least five hours of sleep every night. sunlight also helps fight seasonal depression and also no stud would be complete without the recommendation of exercise
i dig the sun. >> i went to school a couple years in vermont, and i can tell you when it gets dark at five minutes to 4:00 and it's cloudy and dark all day and it's snowing, it's tough, it really is. >> i'm sure. think about that. >> i did. i did think about it and it wasn't very good. >> and then we have weekend like this past weekend which were awesome. this last weekend was -- i mean, the definition of perfection. >> it seemed like it would never come. now it's here and we want it to june would be nice. >> if you saw the sky today, lok at the spiral clouds. it's kind of cool, huh? >> those are -- that's contrail from a plane that literally is being rotated by turbulence in the atmosphere. don't forget, the atmosphere isa fluid just like the ocean is. you've been to the ocean, you have current that move in all different directions. you have a contrail that is sitting there and if some wind
it can spin just like that. >> here's another view. a little further away and it kid of looks like dna, doesn't it ad those of you with your conspiray . good stuff today. highs today, nice. 70 and low 80s. 80 in tampa. 82 in upper 70 near the coast. perfect perfect late october day and the average low for this date, 66. 61 the low early today. the average high, 83. the high of 80, those are good numbers. this week, though, i think temperatures will modify a litte bit every day. we'll be in the low to mid 80s for highs and nighttime lows in the 60s. the thing is, it's funny how whn the rainy season comes to an en, it really comes to an end.
precipitation or rain in the forecast for at least the next five to seven days, if not longr than that. temperatures now close to the highs of the day, 70 and low 80s, but the dewpoints are nice and low so, once the sun goes down this evening, temperatures drop quite a bit. they hold steady and then we're back in the 80s for highs on tuesday. right now 78, the dewpoint is 5. winds are off the water, southwest winds at 5. around the country, high clouds sun a little bit tomorrow, even block it from time to time and then we've got a storm over by nova scotia and the back side giving us gusty northwest winds and some rain and snow showers are likely. chicago is 56. dallas is 84. rapid city, 83. billings at 56. tonight cool, not cold. 50s and 60s and highs tomorrow a lot like today.
good day to be outside. so tonight we're mostly clear ad not as clear as recent night. we're down to 62. not a bad tuesday coming up. mostly sunny and pleasant. we're in the low 80s and the outlook for your wednesday is mostly sunny and pleasant with a high up to 85. no chance of rain between now ad i think early next week. 80s for highs. 60s for lows. and moderate humidity. good stuff. what do you have, kev? >>ha weather, paul. we have the bucs back in strain so this is be nice. >> the bucs have struggled the past couple of years to go intoa meaningful part of their schedue with any kind of momentum. they've been too busy digging ot of early season holes. this year's team, though, finds itself 3-3 going into november and our jeff tewksbury takes a look at what the win in san francisco means going forward. >> the bucs' formula for
defense moves up to stop the ru, throw over them. in spite of spotting the 49ers 14 early points, the bucs did nt stray from that formula, and ths jameis winston touchdown pass made it 27 uninterrupted points. they made it look easy, but name us -- jameis not. it was one scramble on the third down conversion that we worked t the end of practice one day and even though we were working it t a different part of the field, e worked it. >> rogers once again is the work horse in the bucs' back field. no surprise to lone star state native, mike evans. >> he's from texas, just like m. he's a baller.
so it's great to get him. our o line has been playing great. just playing complement refootball. >> the defense came back to limt colin kaepernick and the 49ers offense. 17 points allowed usually meansa bucs victory and the defense isn't reading anything more into it. >> it's another win. it's always better than a loss. now we've just got to go to the next game. it's a home game and try to continue the streak. >> and it's been three years since this team in a row. jeff tewksbury, fox 13 sports. >> when the world series gets underway tomorrow night in cleveland it will be the longest route in history. combined they have gone 176 yeas without winning a title. and for joe maddon this is his second shot to win. he tried in 2008 with the rays. it was a special night when the cubs locked up their first strie
no one wanted to leave wrigley field when it was over. fans celebrated deep into the night and there's no question that cub fans have suffered more than any other fans in the world and joe maddon has made the difference with this chicago team. that would be the ultimate compliment. they began the season as world series favorite. and embrace the pressure. >> in guys that's a good thing. why would you ever want to do anything or be part of a situation or moment that did not have great expectations? why would you ever want to runwy from that? the alternative could be i could be in tampa cooking steaks in my backyard and trying to make sure direct tv is working properly. >> fox 13 is the place to be for the world series. game one gets underway tomorrow
then the series shifts to chicao on friday for the next three games if needed. so it could be friday, saturday, sunday and this whole thing coud be over by then. but these two teams are playing some great baseball right now. >> do you know i have some friends that are going to fly up to chicago. they don't have a ticket. they just want to sit in a bar right outside the stadium to be part of the energy. >> average ticket price for game one, $1,100. average. game four, 4,000 bucks. >> airfare. >> airfare, hotels, dinner. >> thank you, kevin. >> just a day of the walking dead we're hearig 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
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on wall street... the dow climbed 77 points...the nasdaq jumped 52 points.and the "s" and "p" added 10 points. millions of 77 points. >> all right. millions of people tuned in last night for the season premier of the walking dead. now we're hearing from some of the stores. here's access hollywood's natale to say it was brutal would be an understatement, and it came to the hands of nasty negan. it was also the series' highest rated episode ever and we were with the stars this morning. >> there was a lot to handle. it was a lot to handle for us filming it and now i think the audience is experiencing the sae thing. >> are family going to hate you? are you feeling that today? >> no. i've been in bed, so i just woke
>> i think you threw a little bt of that at me last night. >> i deflected. i tried to put it on him. >> played by jeffrey dean morgan deserves all the heat as he used his bat nicknamed lucille to viciously kill two. the beloved glen. >> so back to can't show you that part. well, today we spoke to both he and costar whose son sent him a text after last night's episode. >> he wrote, not cool. not cool. then he wrote that was the most brutal episode i've ever seen. the episode out did itself when it came to the gore, but it is o be expected. it's not andy griffith. we know that.
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critical mission for him as pols show him trailing in the must wn state of florida. he's holding a rally at the mid florida amphitheater which is where fox 13's evan axelbank is joining us live. evan? >> kellie, over just the last couple of days, between sunday, today and tomorrow, donald trump is going to be holding five rallies here in the state of florida. the rally he's holding at 7:00 here in the florida amphitheater tonight is the thid rally of the take a look behind me. you can see a tremendous crowd s greeting donald trump at the mid florida amphitheater. donald trump right now is in a critical phase in his campaign. florida is going to be essential to him and right now we can show you some video from him earlier today in st. augustine. take a look. this is donald trump meeting wih first responders. he insisted during that meeting that the polls are wrong and tht he is doing well in states like