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are you a size 8? 10? or do you consider yourself are you size eight? maybe a 10? do you consider yourself plus sized? >> women vent their frustration with fashion shopping. >> smile. just like this fish. we're creating movement, file like ben. man do our viewer rock the group. isn't great or what good wednesday morning dave's outside. hey good morning. we're in lower 70s here in 9 o'clock. first time weaver done that this week. >> yeah, it's starting to warm up now. we do have couple minor differences between yesterday
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and a little bit more sunshine. those two combine start at 71. in our area. 66 in brooksville 70 in sarasota. we're going to finish this time in the mid 80s. at least for the next two days. >> how about the next 7 days, vanessa. >> okay. yeah. we'll take that. thanks, dave here 9:0 one we want to get back here courtney campbell causeway fortunately seeing easou heavy across the bridge after a crash involving a single lane being blocked. so continue to avoid this area. alternate bridges are looking pretty good for that. and this new crash out of sarasota manatee county area, affecting southbound 75 university parkway exit. left lane is blocked. looks like our delays back towards let's say 70. maybe even trickling beyond. closer to 64. so extra time here, please. this is watt scene in
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4 people died when a ride malfunctioned they were on thunder river rapids. at raft flipt when hey bumped aone throwing six passengers on conveyer belt. two children a ten and 12-year-old survived. they were able to free themselves. but authorities are saying that the fact that they survived at all is an out right miracle. out of abundance of caution busch gardens announced it closing its congo river rapids a ride fox 13 shayla reeves is at the park right now i think important to make clear nothing like this happened a busch gardens you're seeing more abundance of caution, right? >> you're absolutely right. that is the word we are getting from a spokesperson from busch gardens. this is a move taken so they have some time to understand exactly what happened in australia. the focus according to busch gardens is safety.
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you're looking at some video right now of congo river rapids ride. this is a ride that sends parents pan circular raft down man made river into pool. similar to that thunder river rapids ride in dream world park in australia. that ride malfunctions and investigators are still looking into how and with eye that deadly accident occurred. so at this point, we are learning that t expected to continue at busch gardens until investigators can determine what happened in australia. we know busch gardens will be working with engineers to have them take a closer look teco go river rapids ride on busch gardens property. we know gooush gardens officials will also be working with park operators and ride manufacturers to help understand exactly what
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there. but at the root of the decision to close the ride in tampa, is issue of safety. making sure that no one here is hurt. and again, going through those safety procedures that we're told they follow regularly. they have trained technician checking ride every day following guidelines state guidelines for ride maintenance. according to a spokesperson. so, we're going to continue to follow, continue to keep you posted. available, we'll bring that to you. laura back to you. all right shayla, thank you. >> russell. >> an emergency meeting at the hillsborough county public transportation committee. tense bitter accusations wrong doing flew against executive director kyle cochran. meet came after emails surface alleging he was in an apparent partnership with taxi and limo industry. he denies that. and called a meeting a witch hunt. victor crist who chairman ptc
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cochran on paid leave. the motion failed. but they did agree to do an independent investigation. and we're going to let you know as soon as we hear of an outcome. to give us a leg up, against our other competitors around the country and around the globe, really is important to us. i mean it, it allows us to grow more jobs to attract better companies. because having access to the ability to move data really is one of the will go through can checklist as they are looking to relocate potential companies here. it's a big deal. >> the tampa mayor buckhorn last year almost to day last october, a huge announcement about google fiber coming to tampa. >> well, not so fast. google backing they pushed pause button oh plans to expand fiber network to any other city. google has not discussed further
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business. but we do know they've lady off. and a wireless tech company looking into other less expensive alternative as revolutionize the internet giving data at 100 times faster than what we have now. that was supposed to bring us better company with higher paying jobs. now all of this on hold. very possibly gone for good. tampa's not alone 13 other cities that made list that made this top list that were on google's expansion florida yesterday, today donald trump is taking a step back from the campaign trail. and doing a business deal. he'll number washington d.c. for the opening of his new hotel. >> but no doubt he will still stump in his speech during the ceremony. and if you don't have to go into downtown tampa this afternoon don't. hillary clinton is having a rally at curtis hixon park gates open 12:15 clinton set to speak 2:45. but her rally will close a busy
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traffic mess. fox 13 ken suarez is curtis hixon how to get around area. i can tell you lots of activity down down here this morning things finally starting to come together i can tell you we have long time photo journalist steve cecil with his camera front and center you really don't have to come down. but if you do venture to downtown tampa, this is what you need to know. ashley treat will be closed between television and cass from 12:30 to 4. democratic candidate for president is supposed to arrive as you said speak for about an hour or so then take off. parking is going to be at a premium. you probably won't find lot of spots at the garage. your chances are much better at the south regional garage or river gate tower. if you're going to park in tower, remember you have to enter on the west side of television. now it's almost six hours before all of this goes down. but i can tell you again lots of activity. lots of traffic. and guess what, the traffic is only going to get worse as we
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time. back to you guys. >> all right. ken suarez live in downtown tampa right outside curtis hixon park. thank you, jen almost 9:08 you got oh remember more than just the presidential candidates on the ballot. earlier on good day craig talked about in and outside of amendment 1 that solar amendment. tricky wording on the ballot. and we've got a complete explainer of it on our website check it out maybe if you want to get some explanation before you go to the polls. now we're back with craig. we're talking amendment 2. the second attempt after failing two years ago. hey craig. good morning. how are you? i'm good thanks is this yes or know pretty clear yes or no or does this one have confusion in as well i would say not confusing maybe an amendment one in terms of wording. and locked in yes on one side and none out other. this is very similar to measure from 2014. there's minor tweaks we can talk about in just a moment.
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question that would allow people with debilitating medical conditions if a doctor determines they have a debilitating condition to have access to medical marijuana. you have supporter of this saying this would give them great deal of help and comfort. opponents saying that's all well and good good but open pd end with this loophole and potential it would abused by so-called pot dockses by people who would not have patients best interest at heart and more interested in the and that's the yes and no that we're seeing as we speak. >> and also we're hearing from the critic that is say it's wording is vague and will allow these medical marijuana dispensaries near schools. we are hear about pot flavors gummy bears for kids. is this really in there? is this just a scare tactic? it depends on mo who you ask. you have supporter of amendment that say it is scare tactic. they say one the tweaks compared
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this time around. and in addition to that, only licensed physicians can certify patients. so if little tim wants to go to the story to buy marijuana gummy bears he couldn't do that he would have to go with an element of parental consent to licensed physician would have to check them him out make determination whether that doctor needs of specific conditions. including hiv and aids. parkinson's glaucoma others determined as physician. that's where the he pony events and measure are coming around. ohers determined by physician leaving in hands physicians that may not be fully credible. and with this opens door to much more. again that takes us right back to same tit-for-tat round by round we've dealing with now for two years.
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more than majority of floridian passed this in 2014. you need 60 percent in florida for an amendment to pass. higher threshold. this time in a national election, with the likelihood more than likelihood of greater turn out in particular of casual voters who may more inclined to support this chandz of this passing therefore are greater. and the polling we've done here at fox 13 shows that it has a very good chance of passing. >> okay. craig, thanks. thank you. all right coming up, women and clothes. and the love hate relationship. and we are learning more about how being in space for long period of time can affect the body. nasa is saying it could stop any civilization of mars. charley belcher is at one of our favorite places to go at the mcdonald training center for very special hey charley. adults with disabilities here
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to kind of control their own destiny in life. beautiful thing to see. they have been putting together sun passes here since 2007. they got the sunpass contract. today they will actually assemble their ten millionth sunpass. that's a big deal. it represents a lot. stick around everybody. we'll talk to somebody from florida turnpike system about
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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, but you know you're gonna love it. ((russell//wipe vo)) good night for the tribe last night. they took game one of the series. starting pitcher corey kluber was filthy... striking out eight in the
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three. that's a world series record. final indians six cubs nothing. 0. taking in all action tonight for game 2. games still in cleveland but set to start an hour earlier they moved up first pitch to 7:08 because rain is in forecast. you can watch it here on fox 13. rain, shine, delay, whatever they do. we got it. right, dave? it should always watch some of it. >> you. you. you. that and monday night football. earlier. earlier. i want to change topics you know we've always wanted to know more about what nasa learned from scott kelly's year in space, right? >> so we're starting to hear more about the long-term consequences of living in space. one of the bigger issues is the atrophy of muscles.
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these muscles cause bones to stiffen causing them to straighten out. this will cause that back pain. scientist originally thought pain was from the fluids in spinal disks. but that's not president obamaing true. instead they found the muscle shrunk by almost 20 percent. this is why when commander scott kelly returned to earth he was two inches taller than his twin brother. so now nasa is trying to figure out what exercises people i stop this atrophy. and until they can figure this out, russell, we cannot live on mars. okay. >> yeah. we cannot live on mars. that plus, radiation problem with astronauts have as well. so while we may technologically be able to get there, these are two huge issues that will stop us from living there. >> sure sounds like it. okay. >> okay. >> okay.
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to the day. and everybody reporting warmer temperatures than yesterday. in fact, i don't think there was a 70-degree temperature. i think st. petersburg was only one at 70 yesterday at 9 o'clock hour. now, st. petersburg and tampa, brandon, bartow, winter haven, sarasota, venice all of these spots are already at or above 70 degrees. you look at the 24-hour temperature change. this is significant difference now. tampa may be 5 degrees warmer than yesterday at this brooksville's ten. you kind of get the point. you've got, weaver got a warmer atmosphere. this is kind of what its going to be like over the next several days. get used to this. we've got a northeast wind today and a little bit breezier than yesterday. in fact i can already start to feel winds picking up a little bit. going to cause small craft advisories off shore also going to hold back any type of sea breeze that would want to develop. that's going to keep us getting
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today. those two mean it's going to be warmer than it was yesterday. yesterday's high 80. we will see if we can bring it up to 84 for high temperature for today. hey. you know what, you're talking about you're going into end of october here. it's in mid 80s. this is not big complaint. partly cloudy and seasonable tonight. our overnight lows will get back to about 67 in tampa. but even areas to the north are going to stay mild. upper 50s, lower with clouds and sunshine. small craft advisory check back in with jim at noon time today to see how that's that's that making that's playing along if you want do any voting high tied as well 12:22 to be exact. next 7 days no significant changes at mid 80s for highs upper 60s to mid 60s for lows that does include halloween itself. >> all right, thanks, dave.
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75 and hillsborough. some delays in northed bound direction approaching i-4. and a live camera going to blocking that left lane and traffic is stacking back towards the mlk area. so make sure you're planning extra time and use caution as you pass on by. meantime this started yesterday. but it's still causing some closures here a water main break is reported closing southbound himes from spruce to arch street. it will be until friday according to city of tampa. additionally, closure is causing some impacts to the exit ramp. coming off the 275 southbound on to himes. they blocked off that left lane. drivers cannot turn south on to those closed off lanes on himes. looks like maybe dale mabrey might be your best bet and your best work around in the meantime. laura. all right. thank you, vanessa. every woman knows frustration of walking into a dressing room with at same dress in three different sizes, right?
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one will fit. that is biggest problem right now. in women's clothing. inconsistent sizing according to survey done by yahoo 71 percent of women say there is at least some difference in clothing size depending on store or designer. 28 percent say their size can vary by up to 3 sizes. overall women like shopping for shoes and for shirts best. and batheing suits the least. one,000 women to describe their bodies top words used are one in tleep women describe themselves a plus sized technically plus sized defined wear clothing size 14 or larger. that would mean that two thirds of the population is plus sized. more white women consider themselves plus size or black. something else that interesting here. even though women know size inconsistent 50 percent say they feel badly when they fit in larger size.
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5 items of clothing that no longer fit. bt they hope to hold on to in hopes that one day they will get back into it. one day. we've all been there. coming up next charley celebrating a huge milestone mcdonald training center. and then keep them coming. we're honoring ben bishop. i don't know if you saw last night in the game he lost two of his front teeth. during last night's game. but he's not alone. we've got these great pictures to comfort him. he is definitely not our smile-like ben campaign continues. i've been thinking... this might be the one thing in the world you pull apart to come together. new papa john's cinnamon pull-aparts
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papa john's.
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good day tampa bay. i'm charley belcher.
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training center. great organization that provides wonderful vocation and life skills to adults with disabilities. they've had a contract with making sun passes here since 2007. i'm i'm get great applause with room next door. they are a little bit on delay so i get a little applause. i ought to take them with me every day they are great audience 2007 they have making sun passes here. ta millionth. florida turnpike enterprise. did i get it right? got it. ceo of florida's turnpike enterprise. we have you to think for sunpass. we have mcdonald training center to thank. you love that partnership. i sure do. i think that today, yes they are packaging ten millionth transponder really not about sunpass great work they do skills they dop and our ability to support mcdonald training.
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community in other jobs that will pay them allow them independence. rita was just telling us last year alone 13 people who were deemed unemployable worked on sunpass project. they now have gotten other jobs and moved on. they are out in our community with jobs controlling their own destiny some point said they were unemployable i say so there. again, you know, we all have value. we all have something to contribute. this is maybe something that we couldn't have expected at florida's turnpike in 2007. but this program has created a launching pad for these individuals to develop skills, to develop self-confidence and independence. which at the end day some thing we all want not only for ourselves but for children. for us an extraordinary partnership one we certainly hope continues into future. i for one like governor partner with groups like this. we are public servants at the end of the day, aren't we? >> we are.
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blocks omed into something more than i think anyone could anticipated ten years ago behind me what you see is packaging transponders. that will be sold in stores all over florida. and so, for us, it's a win win. we're getting the product we need but we're getting so much more. so much more. we're getting so much more. i think it does more for us as enterprise than actually may do for some of these folks. reward is so great for us. i think you're right. and to think that we take i ur windshield we take for granted and probably don't think about too much until pay up again. but, next time you look at that on your windshield you think, that is significant impacted on someone's life what you think every time you purchase and a purchase a portable or sticker tag, what you've done is contributed to the benefit of these people you've given them a place to start their careers and to develop skills and to become so much more than they ever
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this program. so every time you do that you contribute to a very worthy cause. thank you very much. nice to meet you. there you go lady in charge of suncoast veterans. anybody have any traffic concerns? no sorry we're out of time we don't have time to go into that right now russ alley great partnership great to see so so many smiling faces. i love when we show this off every now and then. i think it does surprise a lot of people that it happens there. it just makes you feel better. every single one yeah. neat. okay. allegations of possible child abuse facing actor brad pitt are not going away. things could getting worse. and the popular restaurant chain
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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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famed phoenix sherrif, joe arpaio is in trouble with the law. ((laura)) he was formally charged with criminal contempt of court. ((laura/wipe vo)) prosecutors say he's ignoring a he woman formally charged with criminal contempt of court. prosecutor say he's ignoring a judging order to stop enforce federal immigration laws. at issue his deputies would arrest and deliver illegal immigrants to f state charges against them. sheriff says he was doing his job judge said he was doing it for notoriety and told him to stop. that was almost two years ago. >> now sheriff has not stopped. so now he's in trouble. >> still not clear whethe this felony or misdemeanor. i remember way 84-year-old up for reelection could face six months in jail. and this is what you're not supposed to do when you vote. take a selfie.
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everyone to get out vote in his home state, tennessee, it's illegal to do that. there were reports that police were investigating and could throw him in jail for six months. but, a spokesperson for county d a says it's not the case. law enforcement nor authorities are investigating. but they do remind people to know the laws in each state. since they are all different. >> you know, we can all agree this probably been one strange edge and most bitter elections in very long time. history in making first woman president or first nonpolitician business man as president. so, how do you teach all of this to young adults? high schoolers? >> fox 13 jen epstein is live for us country side high school right now. bigger question is to as teacher as an educator. how do you teach your children without bias?
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playing in? >> yeah i think that would difficult for all of us with this contentious election. but they are managing to go do and doing it very carefully here country side high school in clearwater. talking about politics, democratic process, they are all learning this. inn very important election year. so it's being taught a little bit differently than let's say they would in past. let's start off one u.s. government teachers here. mrs. helen tate. hi, good morning. i'm doing well. thank you. so talk to m teaching the u.s. government in this election year. well since it's the election year we do start with a constitution. we review article two of constitution to review the qualifications and roles of the president. i feel going back to the constitution its important. then they can better judge the candidates that want to be our leaders right now. we also research past presidents as well to empower them. wonderful. you guys seem to be all well informed let's start with
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say you're getting a lot of information about the current candidates on social media? >> yeah. mostly sites like twitter i follow donald trump and hillary clinton on twitter. and just funny to see them express their views on twitter. and also tweets about each other. i just think that's interesting. you said that you are laughing a lot. when you're seeing a lot of stuff going on, right? it's funny to see some of the things they say. kind of ridiculous. >> yeah. >> now i know none of you are of age to vote just yet but you said its kind of a family affair in your my family likes to talk around dinner tame we know how each other feels about what's going. does it get heated or kind of all on same page? we're on same page we're still start yelling tv and frustrated. exciting. yeah. now, i know, you can't vote. but do you kind wish you could learning so much about it. >> yes, i do because i think it would, the vote would be important. i, i would like to, i would
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would actually want to vote yet. are you still undecide. undecided about candidates. talk to me about you and your ideas. well, i feel that the only thing donald trump has going for him at the moment is he knows how to run a business. and running u.s. like running the business. where as hillary clinton has actual how do you say it, experience. >> yeah experience. would be ready to vote if you could? you know who vote for you don't have to tell us? >> i feel like i know who i'd vote for you laughing earlier when we were talking about it you were saying, yeah, yeah i would want to vote. maybe not. yeah. i think i know who i want to vote for just because i know my beliefs i obviously agree with one the candidates. disagree with. but yeah i think i know who my vote would go to learning about democratic process do you they think it important when you are of age to get out there and cast
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because of these ballots that being sent to your homes now and of course like you go in to do it, people are kind of brushing it off and not voting. and they don't know their vote really does matter. >> impressve. you must feel good as teacher, right? sure do. terrific yeah. an important time especially florida we're a swing state. lot of people haven't decided yet. very important. >> wow. i mean, talk about being impressed this morning you know in high school some of these are only freshman. but how the government works and how democracy works. couple years they will ready to put this vote out there too. nice to see you. nice to see we've got kids out there can fix what we've alled messed up, right? future generation. generation of the future, right? thank you, jen. great kids, thanks, jen. that was fun today. >> dave osterberg. a check of the weather? >> hey dave i love how you said that fix what we've messed up.
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9 o'clock hour. so something we haven't done all week long. beginning warm up a little bit more only a matter of time before these temperatures rebounded after that cold front. so we're 64 crystal river 66 in brooksville. 72 in brandon. already 72 degrees as well from bradenton. into venice area. go down toward miami, yeah. it's 80 degrees in miami. at 9 o'clock in the morning. so obviously, all of that lovely cold air is dew point numbers they are manageable. in 63, 64-degree range. obviously a few days ago they are sitting in 40s and just beautiful dry air mass. well that's gone. but, i can tell you the dew point trend over next several days will keep it in the moderate category. we're not getting back to extreme mugginess. but we're also not at the same time going back to the very, very dry air that we had just a few days ago as well. if you're like goldie locks going right in middle.
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high around 84 degrees. tonight, our temperatures drop back to about 67 degrees. citrus county, hernando county, maybe upper one more time. but just in general you notice the overnight lows get a little bit warmer. then clouds and sunshine and more warmth tomorrow with your high temperature around 85. through next 7 days taking it right through halloween. highs about 84, 85. lows mid to upper 60s. eventually by tuesday getting back into the look who is turning one today. on this lovely wednesday. ali. we're told they picked this picture because she loves pumpkins. well, happy first birthday ali loves playing with big sister as well. >> what smile turn that frown upside down ali. just pouting hamming it up for the camera.
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all right it is 9:37 right now, along 75. this is southbound at state road 70. right lanes going to be blocked and so delays now are getting back closer to towards 64 we showed you at the top hour first crash over by university parkway is cleared even though we do have some lingering delays down towards that area as well. so extra time and please be careful. well more trouble for brad pitt. investigation into alleged child plus why john bon jovi may never make it into rock and roll hall of fame why he says he's okay with that. and live picture of board on wall street right now. yes? no? maybe i heard down 100. down 90.
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accusations. but other sources told magazine that's not quite accurate this all stems from an airplane incident brad and son maddox got into fight. we we no that what we don't know is what really happenedsome sources a unintentional contact. we do know. this drama will be continuing for a while. >> well they are just married a few months. but now they are telling the world that they are expecting. russell wilson posted this picture on new wife sara got their hands on her belly with caption greatest blessing. baby wilson on the way. two made headlines when she ed said they were staying celibate until after they got married. but it looks like perhaps they made up for some lost time. >> congrats to them. >> form herb fox tv star hugh laurie got a huge honor tar on hollywood and for his role in
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forensic neuro psychiatrist. this was 2593rd star on the walk ((vanessa//vo con't)) they made their mark with hits like hard not to try to sing alo they made their mark with hits like this. in 90s. and 80s. but bon jovi seven he won't make into rock and roll hall of fame bon jovi eligible since 2009. but have not made it on to the ballot. he told the howard sterp show it's because he had falling out with two of board members it's become a personal vendetta against him. but he says he's okay with that because he knows in his heart that he has influenced
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documentary out called we are x a rock group from japan and their influence on one classic rock group kiss. fox adam housley takes a look at this movie. >> we are x tells the story of japanese glamour rock band x and fronted man before and after they caused a music revolution in the late 1980s. kiss co-founder one band biggest produced a japan is an ask or beter than anything that europe or america has put out. that includes our band. i'm in kiss, you know, band that we're more make up and higher heels than your mommy does. it's self defining. it's not restricted by genre or any kind of style. it is it's own thing perhaps
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also rock concert i went to kiss basically kiss changed my life. he gave us a tour of his los angeles studio. i play a general all day. made of like, this man was, i think only 100 was made i guess. then so this is my signature piano. so when i play ion stage i use this piano.
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>> my piano nerd just came out for that. those are some cool pianos. all right still ahead one fast food chain plummeting fast. food chain plummeting fast. their profits are amendment 1 protects consumers from scams, promotes safe solar, and is endorsed by florida's firefighters. 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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?? it'll be here before you know it. everybody dresses up. and that includes dinner. it's baking season. warm up with pillsbury. after 40 years of making soup at progresso, we've learned chicken is king. and so we're now using 100% antibiotic and hormone free white breast meat chicken in all our chicken soups. long live chicken! as a federal prosecutor, i've spent my career prosecuting criminals
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model for criminal justice. i'll prioritize violent crime and be tough on murderers, gangs, and anyone who commits domestic abuse or sexual assault. and i'll make the system fair by working with police to wear body cameras and using dna to put criminals behind bars, not innocent people. i'm andrew warren. as state attorney, i'll make our county safer for our families. it was doggie destiny was mr. bonejangles expecting the perfect toy at an amazing price? of course not. he's a dog. but that's the beauty of a store full of surprises. you never know what you're gonna find, ((russell//live pix)) but you know you're gonna love it. here's another live picture of the board on wall street. adlib over pix. take look how dow is starting today. not good at all down 70. our lauren simonetti is back to talk business news with us. good morning lauren. >> hey. good morning. good morning. down day to start it looks like.
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>> yeah. well you know you got earning 160 companies reporting this week apple is biggest of those. their earn big disappointment stocks down 3, 4 percent. under $114 now. they closed above 118 yesterday. that's having influence on overall market. here's bottom line. 45 million iphones sold is nof enough. what's next item that apple has, that investor have to have for christmas for hanukkah, for >> good point. chipotle cannot catch a break, can they? this is pretty bad. >> right now stocks down oh boy, 6 percent. down 40 percent in in the past year. in past year they were struggling. not for lack of trying, but struggling to recover from the health scares that impacted them and consumers for months. you know e.coli, noro virus, you
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and promotions. all of that costing them money but not repairing their image. they reported last night and their quarterly rofts a number i had to read several time they fell 95 percent. 95 percent. because all of those promotion are expensive. they eat into their bottom line and traffic's down. what do you do? 95. it's a tough one to recover from. >> yeah. someone said to me they are like why don't they just change their name i thought about it for a second i said, maybe. i mean you have to escape that, you know people think of reset button. chipotle unfortunately the reset button. big bur are you tos to go. in my case best salads in the world. good point. good point.
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okay this is huge deal because biggest deal we've seen in the u.s. a federal judge has approved about $15 billion to settle this emissions scandal case for volkswagen enalmost 500,000vw drivers diesel cars, audi pa sat jetta, you name it. they have some options. you can terminate your lease. you can have v w buy back your car and you can get cash to $10,000. big question. big deal are those customers going to buy another voks car. that is the question. long way to go to try to get them to do so. repair image repair the brand. all right. thank you. see you. >> thank you. see you guys tomorrow.
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a little bit more sun stein today. a little bit breezier today and holding back any type of sea breeze. look what we're going to do bring it up into the mid 80s for high temperatures. i mean really this is a tough seven-day forecast to put together. 84, 85 degrees. every afternoon between today and through tuesday. that includes halloween and the humidity staying in the moderate
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that's. uh-huh. >> all right. lightning won last night i don't know if you saw the game. but wind cost goalie ben bishop precious. on that particular shot you saw slap shot puck hit ben bishop right on the mask. and bishop last his two front death. remarkably he went on play the rest of the game so they win it our assignment manager when she saw it that looks like my 7-year-old. so looks like kid again. we asked some younger viewers to send in their ben bishop photos boy did you deliver. these pictures are great. look at these. look at these. smile like ben. look at that one. yeah. so funny too, because you know we, we sent this request out, i don't know. i scott corcran. is it really? yes, it is. >> thank you for sending them in
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show more tomorrow. the lightning love it too.
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