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((russell explaining is fall with dunkin's coffee and espresso flavors. sip salty and sweet with our new salted caramel macchiato or drink in the season with the classic taste of pumpkin. america runs on dunkin'. >> explaining an amendment 1 our political editor craig patrick here to talk about the pros and cons solar amendment and the kwudzing wording in this ballot. >>nd how to handle those awkward situations when politics is involved. especially a party or in the office. >> from tampa bay's number one news station, this is good day tampa bay. hey efshgdz it's an 8 o'clock. good morning we thank you for waking up with us on this wednesday morning it is october 26th we need to get a check forecast with dave osterberg.
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delightful outside. i just took one word and i made it three. delightful. gorgeous. sun is up. 67. temperatures a little bit warmer than we've seen over the past few days. especially to the north. like brooksville. crystal river. >> oh. >> something wrong with dave's mic we'll work on that and get back to him shortly. we want to check the roads right now >> it's on. it's can you hear me >> we can hear you now. do we want to get back to dave? >> dai i'm going to take it from here we will get back to you shortly as soap a we can. a skyfox check courtney campbell causeway eastbound direction a crash that's newly reported. a left lane will be blocked in delays we're seeing get back toward u.s. 19. looks like you're quickest work around your quickest alternate bridge will be howard frankland we will watch that. that can tend to change through morning more drivers take howard
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changes avoid. into this now pinellas county you're still dealing with a this crash northbound a 54th avenue north. looks like right lane partially blocked here. two lanes, fully moving. and we have delays back towards downtown st. pete area. >> russell. santa's ballot yet one you got in mail this one of more confusing things on there amendment 1 solar energy amendment. lot of confu there's a chance you've already voted for it and you're not really sure what you voted for or against. we've got our political editor craig patrick here to explain what you would really be voting for if you say yes or if you say no. hey, how you doing? how are you guys? >> i was thrown off by it a little bit. it's confusing. let's meet start by saying a lot of people are saying where is amendment 4, i see one, two, three. what is happening amendment 4
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>> that's right right. it so this is a follow-up solar question. >> okay. >> now for starters this gives you two rights, one, in the constitution, individuals, consumers have a right to produce solar power. it becomes writtens supreme law into our constitution. rights of government to regulate said power is also written in constitution. as it currently is not. one of the things i've about that we've already had that right. but it wasn't constitutional it's already in law redundant. what is saying we're stamping this in constitution such that it can never change unless we change the constitution. so, this comes down really to the premise that if you're third party, can or can you not sell your solar power to other people. right now in florida, only the power companies can sell power to people. not some third party.
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power company. they would have to pass it on. what this would do, would lock in the right of consumers. not of third parties. and so opponents of this amendment say it would effectively block out our make it very hard for solar companies, for third party organizations, besides utilities to be able to sell their power back to individuals. back to consumers. this is a measure that's supported by the utility companies. by power it would seem to give them more power in government, more power to regulate their point on the other hand is that if you use solar power, you're in effect being sub died by people who are not. and therefore this without this amendment it would run the risk of ultimately down the road costing people who don't have solar panels. >> i'll honest with you. i'm very surprised at how at the
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this. more than $20 million has been invested that i know of. good deal of it is coming from the power companies. it's coming from the utility companies. again, it all comes back to concerns they will say about protecting consumers. in the end consumers who do not themselves invest in solar power. under premise those that don't invest will ultimately have to pay more to sub dies those who do invest in solar power, because they would not be transmission and so forth. that's the back and forth. but if you have opponents of this amendment include something consumers watch dogs who are saying what a minute this effectively, if not freezes makes it much harder for third party solar companies to be able to sell their power or easily their electricity and therefore has the effect of impeding the growth of solar power. we have to go. to me, this one of these i got caught in this one, this is one
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>> yes. >> sometimes it's one of those you start reading all the wording everything you get lost in it. you really owe it to yourself to read this one closely. read ballot language also read pros and cons spell them out very briefly reand detail impact this would have what rights government would have to regulate perhaps more so than it does today. you're going to come back and be with us 9 o'clock. we're going to medical marijuana. yes or no, you would think, but maybe not. we're going to get some details on that one as well. craig, thank you. good to see you. our military men and women put their lives online to protect us every single day. but a new report suggests that they don't belief the next commander in chief will be able to protect them no matter which candidate is elected. the majority of service members don't believe either candidate will be able to handle the
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or the issues that veterans face here in this country. one third of those who plan on voting for hillary clinton do not believe she will be the best candidate to reform the department of veterans affairs. more than half that support donald trump do not believe he's best option to handle probable sexual assault in the military. one in 5 do not believe he understand military or issues they face. 10 percent do not believe that any of the candidates can defend the cup from terrorists. >> clinton h florida voters don't get complacent get out and vote. this will be a close election. clinton holds 3 point lead in florida right. donald trump spent last few days rally thing here that could play in his favor. clinton knows this and told supporters in broward county they shouldn't pay attention to poll numbers get out polls and vote. that is how their voices will be heard she says. we just under two weeks until election day. donald trump has a similar warning to voters. get out and cast your ballots.
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way he can win this election without florida's electoral votes. and he has been rallying hard to get them. but a. this week there are no other planned events in sunshine state. most of his prior events have been on pretty short notice we will say. >> and floridians know this state is most important state in a political election. but voting right activist say government is not doing enough to make voter friendly state. there are 31 states that have laws requiring some sort of paid time off on election day. florida is not o making early voting sites available on weekends and evening through sunday november 6th. it seems to be helping near 300,000 voters went to polls state wide since early voting began on monday. 8:08 right now can you really put a price on a person or their lives? if you're a jury or a judge you can. it turns out children, minorities and women are worth a whole lot less.
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gender to determine how much victims and their families should receive when someone seriously injured or killed. if to break it down white men usually receive much more money than other people in similar cases. if you're wondering how they came to this conclusion economists say they look at how much a person would have made over a lifetime. take into consideration where that person lives. if the family members have a degree. and if they could have received one. don't typically play in favor for minorities. economist say monetary worth in these situations are being underestimated by 20 percent or more when using averages. many involve legal system say they want this practice changed. because a person's race or ethnicity cannot determine an individualing achievements later in life. >> taking a hit to head even ups
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concussion. new this morning a study out united kingdom soccer players heading soccer ball can cause temporary brain damage to structure to functions of the brain. up until now the focus has been on brain damage after concussions. this study shows it does not take a concussion for the daniel to occur. only a slight hit. researcher had people perform 20 header and ten minute time span and test them i and short-term memory tests. even after taking one header player's memory test performance was reduced by 67 percent. also know in health face painting go hand in hand with halloween we know that you might want to think twice about kind you're using. it could contain heavy metals. and being toxic to your children in end breast cancer fund says of nearly 48 mega pellets tested there was at least one toxic heavy metal found in nearly half
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lead. even smallest amounts can be bad for your child they say. group says darker color more chemical is in it suggests if you're going to use make up to try and go for a lighter color. russell. deli amusement park accident has busch gardens thinking twice about one of its own rides. shayla is live with why these two are connected. hey shayla. yeah good morning to you russell later this morning we'll tal between a ride a busch gardens another one involved in that deadly accident in australia. we'll tell you why officials decided to take action here in tampa. i'll talk about that after the break. let's send it to charley. >> thanks shayla. i'm at the mcdonald training center this morning where just a wonderful place that gives great life training to adults with disabilities. they've putting together the sunpass transponders here since
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((laura 2shot)) it's better to be safe than sorry.. that's the you're watching good day tampa bay. better to be safe than sorry a stance busch garden is taking deciding to shut down one most popular rides. here is why. on monday, australia 4 people died after being caught in river rapids ride and dream world. they crashed into another raft causing them to flip, two kids were tossed. four adults were caught under the raft. a busch garden has is own version of ride. congo river rapids. and shayla is at busch gardens. shayla i know that we don't know when this ride will be open again. but i think it's really important to stress they haven't had any problems. they are just closing this out
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yes? >> yes. you're absolutely right. this is all about caution. all about safety and officials at busch gardens say they want to understand exactly what happened in australia. we know here in tampa, they have closed the ride. but in the aftermath what they are going to be doing with this closure is working with engineers. they are working with ride manufacturers as well as people here on the property. the park operators to determine you know, exact what happened and looking at their equipment and making sure it's safe as well. we now busch gadz tells they already take steps to make sure they do daily checks on the property. make sure that the rides are safe and compliance with state guidelines as well. but, this extra step is being taken as investigators continue to look into the case in australia. the deadly accident there at dream world park.
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exactly when the ride will reopen here in tampa. but officials again are saying this is a cautionary move. it's one that they are taking until they can get some more information on what happened. of course the ride there in australia said to be very similar to the one right here in tampa. >> guys, back to you. all right shayla, thank you. >> we'll talk later on. all right. now is man of the hour. how are you? >> we're good. you? >> beautiful outside. it is. just, and i know it's warmer. it's going to be breezier. but it's still fantastic too. its 67 degrees. so you look at our 8 o'clock temperatures they are a little bit warmer then they were yesterday at this. and how's that for a picture from riverview net cam? >> live shot. and looking off toward the west. you see couple of clouds mixed in with sunrise.
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different look. mostly sunny skies from that advantage point. to be honest, that's what we're looking at today. a lot more sunshine than we had yesterday. that plus a breezy northeast wind. so guess what happens. these temperatures what you see here in metro area in the 60s. they are going to go back up in low to mid 80s. i think we will go 83, 84 for a high today. so two differences, breezier today. and we get some more tonight the overnight lows near 67 degrees. and tomorrow, back into the mid 80s clouds, sunshine. more warmth. one thing is we do have small craft advisory in effect by way that will linger into friday. to let you know halloween looks great. no significant rain chances over the next 7 days vanessa. all right. looks good. thanks dave here 8:18. we have some emergency road work under way for folks who missed
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southbound direction is closed from spruce to arch street until friday. and in the meantime, those crews have also blocked off a left lane. lane turning off of the exit ramp of 275 southbound at himes. so drivers will likely encounter some issues there. probably your best work around for southbound himes is going to be dale mabrey. so keep in mind until friday. that's when you will using that work around. peen meantime back to courtney campbell causeway last report a crash with left lane blocked in heavy delays still all the way across the bridge. and good news is you look towards the south. best work around the howard frank land is looking pretty clear in that northbound direction. i think that's still going to be best work around for you. live look here pinellas county we have second crash reported northbound on 275. remember we showed you in the last report, the first one was closer to the area north of 54th avenue north. the second one is closer to the 175 exit.
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and 54th. drivers can probably save a few extra minutes by taking u.s. 19 instead. here's look at travel times through the area. pretty heavy. i-4 westbound no big complaints here heading into interchange. southbound drivers on 75, give yourself about 16 minute to hit bruce b. downs boulevard and get to i-4. all right. coming up at 9, we are talking about at frustration that women are feeling about inconsistent sizing when it comes to clothing. the one word that a majority o bodies. and during last night's game against the maple leafs goalie ben bishop had his two front teeth knocked out. knocked out. he took it like a tough guy. the pictures of his toothless smile got us to thinking we want to see your child's ben bishop smile. any of your kids lost their two front teeth post pictures or
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>> but first. there's a huge celebration today. it is a deserving one. charley belcher is at mcdonald training center where they are working so hard this morning. where they work so hard every morning. we're going to check back in with them coming up after the
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good day tampa bay. i'm charley belcher coming to you from the mcdonald training center. wonderful place where they give adults with disabilities life skills and vocational skills where they can stay here and be productive, go out into world and get job and be productive and do whatever they want to do. that's the goal for all of us, isn't it? this lovely lady right here cindy. i like watching anyone interpret everything i say. so no matter what i say, no matter how silly how fast i talk she las to keep those hands moving. veryve this is barbara by the way. she's translating for barbara. barbara works on sunpass line. they've had sunpass contract since 2007. and today, they will have put together their 10 millionth sunpass. it's a big deal. >> correct. >> yeah. it's a big deal. very successful. barbara how long you you've working here mcdonald training center. almost three weeks.
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>> tell me what you do. what is your job with sun passes? i actually do different areas of the sunpass the prepackaging, the labelling it there. putting it in the stickers on the labels. boxing it up. i kind of work in all the areas. very nice. have you found it difficult to find a job before? because obviously you're hearing impaired. >> yes. with the help of getting you know cindy here, and mcdonald training center i'm able to get a job it's be difficult being deaf. it's been wonderful being here and working here. and i'm so excited. >> and that's going torques it's a shame that some employers wouldn't take a chance just because of your disability. >> it is very difficult. yes. but you know, i'm happy that i have be able to get job my goal is to continue doing it. you're a hard worker you love to work you love your job >> oh i do. very much hard worker. i really like what i'm doing.
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here. >> nice. barbara. >> good. you're welcome. i know that. i know a couple of other things. i know that one too. that's okay. that's okay. well we'll be watching. cindy by the way on staff here. that's big deal here that they have this american sign language interpreter on staff here to help make things easier for everybody. thank you. appreciate you. there you go. ten millionth sunpass coming off-line center. sure is. we'll see you later, man. getting schooled on politics. whur our students are learning during this year historic presidential race. plus to talk politics or not to talk politics. that's the question our etiquette coach has the answer coming up at ?? halloween excitement is back at dunkin' with halloween donuts and munchkins.
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america runs on dunkin'. amendment 1 protects consumers from scams, promotes safe solar, and is endorsed by florida's firefighters. so, why are out-of-state billionaires attacking it? because amendment 1 stops their subsidies. amendment 1 ensures that if you don't choose solar, you don't have to pay for those who do. amendment 1 blocks special subsidies for special interests. it's solar done right.
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this year the voters of pinellas county have an opportunity to elect a public servant who has always put the people first. charlie crist. as governor he worked with both parties to get things done and i know you can trust charlie to do the same in congress. he'll fight to protect social security and medicare. defend women's health care and planned parenthood. and take care of our veterans. charlie needs your vote, please stand with him.
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robert kearney: i fought for my country in kosovo and iraq, and i've been a republican all my life. but i'm the father of three girls. i can't stand hearing donald trump call women pigs, dogs, and bimbos...and i sure don't want my daughters hearing it. i want my girls to grow up proud and strong, in a nation where they're valued and respected. donald trump's america is not the country i fought for. so, i'm voting for hillary clinton. hillary clinton: ?? cozy up this fall with dunkin's coffee and espresso flavors. sip salty and sweet with our new salted caramel macchiato or drink in the season with the classic taste of pumpkin.
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avoid downtown tampa if welcome iths 8:30 avoid downtown tampa if you can this afternoon. that is message to anyone who plans to be out and about today. >> hillary clinton is h park. that means there will be detours. a ton of people. and there will be road closures to talk about. ken suarez is live for us in downtown. ken from looks of it, things are already starting to get up. no doubt they are start to plan with barricades and close those roads, right? barricades are up. last time we spoke it was very, very quiet down here. take look behind me and a listen behind me they are start to rock out checking out sound system
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old riser that where cameras both network and local beyond that a lot of tanls and chairs for reporter writing their stories. so with all that activity, guess what comes with it? the traffic. and the city's going to close ashley street from the 12:30 this afternoon to about 4. this mrs. clinton scheduled to arrive.:45. she will talking for about an hour. plans to talk about her vision to make the economy work for the little guy. she's also going going to push people to get out and vote. parking is obviously going to be an issue. don't count count on getting a spot in a polk county garage probably better chance a getting one a south regional garage or river gate tower. heads up you will have to enter that tower through the westbound 28 street exit. getting from place to place even fury not at the center of this whole thing will be difficult. there will be detoursvanessa, what's going on with detour situation. yeah ken we'll talk about that
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going to affecting ashley drive and it's northbound southbound closure. area affected cass street to twig street so it's basically the blocks encompassing what runs along side curtis hixon south bound drivers probably best work around will be tampa street. that's just going to be one road over. then couple roads over from there your northbound alternate which will be florida avenue. and as ken mentioned during lunch time tampa says cloeshgs closures will start wrapping some time before at evening commute. around 4 o'clock. they hope to have that cleared out. laura. all right. thank you, vanessa. 8:32. this morning top stories a reminder for all you parents that if you're planning to open your windows please be careful. and always watch your little ones around. bradenton mother learned this lesson a hard way after her two-year-old son tumbled out open window falling 15 feet his
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and had windows open. she herd her 4-year-old say something about the window and notice the two-year-old was gone. >> she found him on ground below. he was taken to the hospital as a precaution and as it turns out, is remarkably okay. a louisiana man on vacation in florida ends up in jail after trying to bring a loaded gun into epcot. michael langston was randomly selected to go through metal detectors officials say aadmitted he was security he was carry a. confiscated arrested him charged with carrying a concealed firearm without permit. for bit of a wait uber eats is finally launching in st. petersburg. it's already running in tampa all you have to do place an order, and a uber uber driver will a pick it up deliver it right to your door. you can find participating restaurants on uber eats app it separate company is offer free food deliver for limited time. after that will be a $5 delivery
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election is getting tough for us as adults to wrap our heads around everything. but what fury a kid, high school student are they picking up on policy or are they focussing in on attacks. we sent fox 13 jen epstein back to school country side high school specificlly. >> thank you. to talk to students about what they are learning from this year's election. hey jen. >> i'm already going to detention after school. can you believe that? i don't even go to this school. i'm just kidding. we're hanging out students of all ages here. freshman, we've got sophomores june juniors senior here a country side high school they have learning about democratic process and 2016 election all year long. i'm taking some notes this morning because you guys know a lot more than i do. let's start off with alexis. good morning. this one of assignments you've working on in your american government class. platform poster. we were representing republicans and democrats and trump is on
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like his wall he wants to build and how he wants to throw a second amendment hillary over here talking she wans to tax the rich to help the poor. she wants to ban assault weapons. that's just a little summary of some things she and him talked you're really breaking down not just what republican and end specific candidates individually what they want and what they are showing. and travis. >> what talk to me the democratic process i not able to vote yet. but you've learning a lot about it along the way. >> we vote for the candidate that you choose on the election day. and then in your state the electoral college whatever the candidate that wins that number, that state gets that vote. and then whatever number is highest is wins. >> so once you're able to vote of age you're going to be ready, right? >> yes.
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because you just turned 18 this month. and what are you holding in your hand? vor voter i'm d you're ready to place your vote this election >> yes. but you said you learned about both sides but you're still not sure. you're undecided >> right. yeah. i'm considering both sides that's why i think really good to going dave osterberg doing these debates i figure out both sides's view and make my own opinions and not listen to what other haves to say. and just think about what i want for country. are you that big vote >> definitely i'm very excited. you got a lot of work to do because you only have two weeks left >> right, yeah are you are you planning on doing more research >> yeah i'm going to do more research and try to get ready for election day. talk me brian about democratic process. i know you're not of age yet to vote. you said even if you were it would still be a tough choice too. yes and heed. been alleges rough watching
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another it's very harsh to it's very harsh to watch them sometimes actually a lot of what they say is very gruelling and harsh on one another. speaking too it tough because you're in high school and learning about anti bullying and being nice to each other and you're kind of not seeing that with our two candidates. >> yeah. it's actually, it's actually a good aanalogy how you did compare it bullying. what about process itself? u? i mean you once you're of age you will be able to make a choice in future of our country. >> yeah. kind mind boggling to think about that. but it's insane that thinking four years from now i can vote in next 2020 election. and that's mind bogglig to fact to think how my vote could actually change face of this nation and what actually goes on and all politics behind it due ahear that samantha?
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to make? >> yeah you ready for are it you will be in some smart kids here country side high school. you know they've got rest of the day for their classes. i'm sure american government class will be teaching them more about democracy process. it will be interesting to see what they learn. >> sure will be. >> sure will be. autos always good to see that sort of thing you know, makes you feel good. makes you feel good about our kids. all right. see you >> all right. to dave osterberg we go with look at what's going on outside. i remember first time i was able to vote for president. the 92 collection. do you remember first time for you? >> no. i just, going back. and what that youngster is through in her head. anyway, 8:38 give or take a
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warmer than yesterday at this time. st. petersburg at 70. and places that were in the 50s this time yesterday are now in the 60s. like you look at this 24-hour temperature change you've got wesley chapel six degrees warmer. brooksville 8 degrees warmer. bartow's nine degrees warmer so is crystal river. it's a noticeable difference this morning. no this is not going to happen every morning. northeast winds, anywhere from 8 to 12 miles per hour. right now. this really only goi little minor differences from yesterday. number one it will be breezier today. or more northeasterly wind. however, we're also going to have more sunshine. those two combined hold the sea breeze back. and you're going to notice a little bump up in afternoon high temperatures. a lot of us 80, 81 yesterday. we'll get closer to 84. so not a huge difference. but it going to be a few degrees warmer. tonight we will back in the 60s
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sunshine, more warmth. boaters i really need you to be careful because pretty as it is out here. winds will pick up in fact small craft advisories out for today moderate chop expected high tide 12:22 early this afternoon. next seven days really no rain to speak of high temperatures mid 80s, lows in mid to upper 60s. that goes right through halloween. #weliv 13 good day mug. if you would like to enter the competition go to fox 13 dave osterberg facebook page you can click on link there venice beach sent this beautiful picture in pier there, sun going. what a gorgeous, gorgeous picture. that one million reasons #welivehere. fox 13 good day mug for you. >> awesome picture. >> yeah. thanks, dave. thanks for sharing that too,
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and we'll get to roads right now check in on some trouble spots right now. we've of course want to get back to earlier ones. but before we want to mention this new incident. selman expressway looks to be affecting westbound direction. we have crash reported on the u.s. 30 one exit off of westbound lanes. blocks are going to be on actual exit ramp itself you can see causing some jams between 30 one and 75. meantime as i mentioned we'll get back to previous incidents which are still seeing massive delays eastbound. heading from pinellas into hillsborough county. make sure you're using alternate bridge howard frankland looks very clear to south northbound 275 through pinellas. still pretty jammed up. eshl your area of concern from 175 where we have our first crash reported up towards the area north of fwoet avenue north second crash reported i did
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northbound u.s. 19. >> it's 8:41. game one world series is in the books. and it was not pretty for cubs fans. cleveland won it 6-0. i called that a shut out. cleveland indians pitcher corey set a world record world series record by striking 8 of cubs batters in first three innings. >> he's got nasty stuff. by way i was curious i looked era for post season 0.74. he's on fire. even cleveland up by one game manager joe madden says still early in series and looking positive programming note here they will start an hour earlier because rain in the forecast. so the first pitch is instead going to be at 7:08. and you can watch that game right here on fox 13. back to you guys. we were looking up is his e ra as well. crunching the numbers too.
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okay. thank you vanessa. republican or democrat if you're out with friends should it really matter? i'm going to sit down with an etiquette coach who tells us you might want to hold off on those particular conversations. if you cannot resist yourself how to get into it gracefully
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she saw the boots and fell for fall all over again. was she expecting to find the perfect designer boots at such an amazing price? no. but that's the beauty of a store full of surprises. you never know what you're gonna find,
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there's no doubt this has been a timultuous election.. it's been full there is no doubt this has %-pl attacks, and accusations and thanks to social media, you cannot get away from the political discussion even if you try. it is everywhere. but shoul etiquette coach patricia here to talk about exact topic and pa tri-is a so good to see you. >> thank you. thank you. >> so last week our executive producer and i were talking i've been to some parties recent will conversation i understand it is heated. it's very emotionally charged. sometimes the mood at these parties has got enas angry rhetoric between candidates. it gets awkward. what do you do in situation like
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situation how do you, how do you get out of situaton like that? you just want to remember that the decorum and dew seen see. that needs to be your mark when you go into a party. and bullying and belittling never gets anybody anywhere. >> so the best thing you can do is try to escape if you're faced with that person. >> yes. well sometimes you got to run. >> sometimes they are jay-z when they l >> right. yeah. okay. so i think too, sometimes i mean no one goeses into a party and says i'm going to talk about politics all night long. no i find some people can't help it. >> and then things start getting you know, and so for some people i've seen some of my calmest friends become absolutely unraveled. so how do you regain your composure if you heard someone say something innocences you how do you keep it together on the inside? enough to make it that you the
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sabbatical. because my sister got me early this morning. or you can say something like i'm related to hillary and donald. because we're southern they might have the belief you while they are looking you then you can get away. or, you can just say oh my goodness, you know, oh, i can't talk about that. >> so just be honest. >> yeah. and facebook, social media, mute. you don't want to unfriend people just mute them after up. because our relationships are everything. >> right. and i mean, you're friendships nonpartisan. hope is you're friends equally with republicans and democrats. this is a particularly vocal election year. what do you do once you how about, how about this scenario, so you've had this conversation and an actual one it has gotten a little bit testy. >> yeah. a little bit testy. how do you walk away from it?
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don't know. you let it go and move on you say that's spg. >> and then. if you're with your brers or dad all you have to say to get my ovary hots that shocks men and you can get away. you just say that's interesting. >> and if they won't let you go, oh my goodness. and just, you know, they will glad you did. they will thank you text you later. thank you for like breaking up the dog fight. i know. i find myself sometim i i just don't know about this. and quiet. then sometimes you're lucky and that diffuses it enough to give everybody a break. i do know you don't want to mention it especially at work too. >> yes. things can get equal issue there. it is its not going to get you anywhere. if you want to talk someone into your side, it's a slow dance. you don't kiss somebody on first date back out driveway slow dance you kind of love them into
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them um belittle them. you're not going win over your side in course of a dinner party. we're going to have big party here the day after i've decided. we're partying. it's over. >> it's over. well good i know people need reprieve and a laugh as much as they can get one trying to use a sense of humor too if can at all. and hope for the best patricia thank you so much no ed red or blue we're not wearing red or blue to the we'll leave it there. always good to see you charley belcher we'll get over to you right now. my mom and dad had friends over they unfortunate went doubt road of politics and the a dinner my dad couldn't resist. my dad just said i'm going to cancel out your vote. that ended dinner rather quickly. good day everybody. we're mcdonald training? ten millionth sunpass they are out put thing together today and vocational skills they give with adults with disabilities.
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like painting and art and that's what we're going to talk about next including this, my buddy chris did this picture. i wonder he named it charley cat. even spelled it the way i spell my name. look at that. i've known to enjoy a glass of red wine ever now and again. i like artists here. ?? halloween excitement is back at dunkin' with halloween donuts and munchkins. drizzled, decorated, and all dressed up for the season, pick up a box and share the fun. america runs on dunkin'. pick up a box and share the fun. when powerful people need someone to do their dirty work, they hire bob buesing. how far will he go? buesing fought to foreclose assisted-living retirement homes, threatening local seniors with homelessness. then, buesing defended wells fargo against charges of helping a ponzi-schemer swindle millions. buesing's firm was even accused of overbilling local schools , running fees up to seventy thousand dollars.
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cry. i don't know what i said, i don't remember. what are you going to do about people who want to be mean and all this bullying. tell me a little bit more about why that's on your mind. i have asthma and occasionally i've heard people talking behind my back. that was really brave. i really do think we need more love and kindness in our country. that's why it's important to stand up to bullies wherever they are, and why we shouldn't let anybody bully his way into the presidency. because that is not who we are as americans. are you a size 8? ?? cozy up this fall with dunkin's coffee and espresso flavors. sip salty and sweet with our new salted caramel macchiato or drink in the season with the classic taste of pumpkin. america runs on dunkin'. 10? or do you consider yourself plus-size. women vented their frustration witt clothes shopping. smile. just like ben bishop. we're creating a movement- smile like ben! and man do our viewers rock it. viewers rock it. and man
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a bishop. just like ben smile. shopping. witt clothes their frustration women vented plus-size.consider yourself or do you 10? are you a size 8? good day tampa bay i'm charley belcher coming to you from a mcdonald training center in tampa. a great place, great organization, providing adults with disabilities some wonderful life skills, vocation skills, that they will be able to use to determine their own destiny. maybe get a job out in work force, maybe just have a good time. doing things right here mcdonald training center doing painting here. that's skyline of tampa. hold on for second. let's show everybody. this i see it coming together. >> this what what she's >> that's nice. that's going to be really nice i love that. all the work here is unbelievable. you've got roses going on in here. everybody's all, why is everybody so quiet always this quiet in here? >> no. maybe people are just a little nervous because there's tv camera more artist over here
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job rita is our director of development. karen, how does this sort of activity fall into the mission of mcdonald training center as we talked about earlier our mission is to empower people with disabilities to lead lives they choose. so what we have discovered is that this is really not an opportunity for recreation. it's really a lot of our folks here who are painting are enterprise. they are on facebook. they are on instagram. they sell their art. they have actually become business people. and that's what we do here. so whether it's art, or music or sunpass, we really look at each individual and determine what their talents and their skills are. and we give them those opportunities. rita, an art gallery here property people can come by. absolutely. buy some art work. really good art work. absolutely. we have an art gallery that's open each and every day.
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come in. artists receive the commission for the art that's sold. and in addition we will be part of the first fourth friday this friday. and downtown tampa. we'll be in curtis hixon park tampa design week they invited us to be there. we will have pop up art gallery on friday evening from 4 to 9:00 p.m. fourth friday has becoming quite a big deal in downtown. >> oh yes it was really an for us to be invited. we're very pleased. that fantastic people will see art work and buy it. and buy it. they can come here to any of our art shows next one will be november 17th. i love it happening here. well done everybody. nice. i just love it. i love it. no you don't neat my help. when we and back we're talk to the folks of florida turnpike talking about significance of
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