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path. >>russell: chicago prepares for game three of the world series. >>dave: 70 degrees with a dew point of 64. we have a mild -- i don't want to say muggy but moderate humidity levels this week. north-northeast winds at six miles an hour. look at the clouds just streaming through so we'll go with what we call the filtered sunshine again today, but still, still seasonably warm as high temperatures sneak back in the mid 80s. vanessa? >>vanessa: all right. as we look at still seeing lane blocks linger into another hour. it's along state road 52. this crash we're watching is at pasco terrace court. it's to the east of u.s. 19. still looking like a single lane is going to be blocked in the eastbound direction. it's the right lane but there is a tow truck on scene so this should be clearing shortly but you'll want to be careful as you pass through there. we'll check the interstates. no crashes to report to you. no major construction projects,
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up to speed. back to you guys. >>russell: in pasco county, deputies say a man tried to lure a child into the woods by promising him free candy. >>laura: and with halloween a few days away, they need help putting him behind bars. shayla reaves is live. what should parents know? >>reporter: good morning to you. we're talking about a stranger accused of approaching a child wearing a furry winter coach in the middle of fall, me through the woods, you'll get some candy there. that's not what the child intended to do. in fact, the child ran away, continued on to the bus stop and fortunately in this case, the person travelled in the opposite direction. still, this is something the pasco county sheriff's office wants parents to know about. if you see anything unusual or suspicious, certainly make sure you report that information.
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the area where this incident reportedly happened early thursday. this is mangrove drive here in wesley chapel and according to the sheriff's office, it happened around 7:45 in the morning. an 11-year-old boy was walking to the bus stop and fortunately in this case, again, he was able to get away. in addition to wearing what's been described to us as a brown furry winter coat, deputies tell us the stranger reportedly wore sunglasses shirt. he's believed to be between 20 and 30 years old, clean shaven with dark hair. this is a description the sheriff's office wants parents to hear, children to hear. if you see anything strange or unusual, report that information to deputies. reporting here in westly -- wesley chapel, shayla reaves news. >>laura: mike pence is okay
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runway in la guardia. the pilot slammed on the brakes and the plane began to spin side ways and when it stopped, passengers could smell burning rubber. secret service agents rushed to the front of the plane. after the initial scare, pence called donald trump to tell him everything was fine. >> the plane skidded off the runway and was pretty close to grav g spoke to mike pence and he's fine. everybody is fine. >>laura: hillary clinton tweeted, glad to hear mike pence, his staff, secret service and crew are safe. officials later confirmed the plane had overshot the runway. no one was hurt. later today, pence has a campaign stop scheduled in pennsylvania and another in
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election day is just 11 days away. with time running out, the campaigns are putting out all the stops. >>russell: bigger supporters will make one last sales pitch to voters. yesterday the first lady, michelle obama, joined clinton on the campaign trail. today president obama will be in orlando to attend a hillary for america event. clinton will not be there. air force one will arrive at orlando international airport around 5:00. he's going to speak at the university tonight at 6:00. >>laura: trump is trailing when it comes to support among women. women for trump get out the vote bus tour. it will feature trump's daughter-in-law and amarosa from "the apprentice." it starts at 10:00 outside of trump's campaign headquarters on northdale mabry followed by a
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>>russell: we're learning about the deadly multi car crash on dr. king. these are the faces of a mother and her two children who were killed in the crash. 9-year-old john, his sister, 10-year-old isabel and their mother. they were on their way home from church when a speeding driver hit them so hard that his engine ended up across the road. the driver died and passenger. >>laura: three others were hurt. this morning they're all still in the hospital. >>russell: and family members say the children's father is too overcome with grief to talk but a cousin says they will be greatly missed. >> they were hard working people, nicest people you'll ever meet. the children would light up any room they walked in. their teacher is going to miss them. their friends are going to miss them. we definitely miss them already.
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group of v.w. enthusiasts. he had just left the meeting when they crashed. speed was a factor but they found in evidence of street racing going on. >>laura: massive fire burned for hours in a warehouse near hillsborough avenue. it was a discount cleaning supply business. the owner had a pet monkey, birds inside at the time. firefighters say some cats escaped but the rest are feared dead. one firefighter was hurt but is expected to be okay. crews are monitoring warehouse for hot spots and they're not sure what started the fire. >>russell: deadly house fire in sar sarasota. signs of extreme hoarding and bottles filled with human waste. benjamin and cynthia langford were disabled and their weight kept them from getting around. investigators believe the fire started on the back linai but
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>>laura: hillsborough deputies need help identifying a man robbing a subway restaurant. this is surveillance pictures. detectives say the man walked in, ordered a sandwich and while the cashier rang up his order, he pulled out a handgun and pointed it at her. he grabbed some cash, drew off in a newer model pickup truck. crime stopper $ offering up $3,000 reward for information. >>russell: a ronmonkey on the le near hudson beach. it's definitely not camera shy, either. look. tuesday morning, cory and his friend spotted the monkey on a neighbor's dock. luckily, their phones were already out filming their podcast ironically called the baboon room. not clear where the money came
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catch it. whatever you do, do not approach or feed it. you can report sightings of the -- to the wildlife alert hotline of course, this is not the first time there's been a misty monkey running around tampa bay. remember cornelius? he was captured in 2012 after three years on the run. he settled down, currently lives at dade city's wild things. >>laura: it is for generations of cubs fans. tonight wrigley field will host a first world series game since 1945. >>russell: tens of thousands of fans pack the city. chicago police are not taking any chances. >> on a dreary, chilly night, a small contention of cops arrived for duty with security concerns at a minimum this night, but they'll have a lot of company friday night when the neighborhood will be packed like it was last weekend when the
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world series. >> there will be more resources. i think we're in a good place last night. we'll have a lot of undercovers out there as well as uniformed officers so we have stepped it up a bit but as i said, i think we're prepared for it. >>reporter: police will have a two block security perimeter around the park shutting down streets earlier than previous playoff games, and there will be a wider parking perimeter. >> it's going to be an to park, to get in and out. >>reporter: cubs are making it more convenient. >> gates are opening up 2 1/2 hours early. we will be prepared to open the gates earlier if necessary if asked by police and fire. our goal is to get our fans in as quickly and get them screened as efficiently as possible and get them in the ball park. >>reporter: locals hope the security plans are enough with all the people expected to pour into wrigleyville.
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that helped and the horses also help so i feel safe. >> this is a chicago moment and everyone across the city is pushing hard for a chicago cubs victory. whether you're celebrating at wrigley, home or at a neighborhood sports bar, we like to remind everyone to be responsible and celebrate safely. >>laura: so the series is tied up at one game apiece. you can watch game three tonight right here on fox >>russell: still ahead, what is causing a rise in kids entering the foster care system in america? >>laura: a deadly epidemic involving their parents and then the largest gathering of native americans in more than 100 years. new video of protestors clashing are government over a controversial pipeline. >>dave: we're still close to an hour and a half away from the sunrise. we're going to filter through
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yesterday and it will be warm. our temperatures really along the coast in the lower 70s this morning. upper 60s inland and everybody, even with the cloud cover, manages to make it back in the mid 80s for high temps this i moved on her like a [bleep]. you can do anything. grab them by the [bleep] we have to make sure that donald wins this election. no we don't. marco rubio stands by trump and failed to show up for florida. here's what i believe in. bringing people together and reaching across the aisle to get things done. and building an economy that works for all of us. i'm patrick murphy and i approved this message
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>>dave: we had one of the warmest summers around. we maybe it will change. not this month, though. out of 27 days so far, we've only had seven days of below-average temperatures. every other day has been above normal and to be honest, you can probably just say today, tomorrow and, you know, sunday, monday in there as well. with just another unseasonably warm month, really taking over. so 70 degrees this morning in
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we do have some mid to upper 60s but the thing is, we've also got cloud cover. any time you get cloud cover in the overnight hours elevated overnight lows, just the way it is. think about the clouds. they're acting as a blanket and they're not allowing that air to go back out into the atmosphere. so just keeping us a little warm he were. 71 in bradenton. 72 in sarasota. venice, englewood, all these spots still at 70 degree sebring is still holding at 70 degrees with upper 60s along highway 17 from bartow to arcadia and we're warmer than yesterday at this time. some one to four degrees warmer. past couple of days, we've made it right back in the mid 80s despite one day having a lot of sunshine, the other day having a filtered sunshine so i think today is pretty much the same thing. at the surface you're going to
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see the color coding in pinellas county? 15 to 20 mile-per-hour winds so it's gusty toward the coastline. northeast winds will warm up as they move across the state. plus they hold back any type of sea breeze. now, the cloud cover is coming from the west-southwest so surface wind this way, upper level winds this way, but the clouds will not produce rain for us. maybe a couple of showers over south florida. we're going to have the milky sunshine or i like to call it a filtered highs around 85 degrees. tonight the overnight lows near 70. tomorrow we will once again get back into the mid 80s. if you are boating this weekend, we are anticipating a moderate chop all weekend long with a northeast wind at around 15 knots. through the next seven days, while we don't have any significant rain to speak of, going into early november, i don't see any cooldown, erither.
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going to be warm, nice, though. temperatures topping off about 85 or so monday, tuesday, wednesday and thursday. vanessa? >>vanessa: all right. no big complaints on the roadways. we're going to look at the area near the howard frankland bridge, pinellas side. we're quiet and incident free. make sure you're driving safely and enjoy your commute if you can. so far, so good out there. we'll check in on some bridge times while we're here. it should only take six minutes from the point l other side of the bridge. taking gandy, it should only take five minutes to cross the water. in the courtney campbell causeway, only 11 minutes between pinellas and hillsborough county. >>laura: across america, law enforcement officers evicted protestors from private land in north dakota. this is dramatic escalation of a months long dispute over native american rights and the
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officers pushed past burning barricades and arrested more than 100 protestors. one woman reportedly fired three shots, narrowly missing a deputy. opponents of the pipeline say this could endanger the water supply. the state of north dakota says no sensitive sites have been found in the area. >>russell: a jury acquits all seven members of that armed group that held a national wildlife refuge in rural oregon. remember this? bundy and his over the oregon bird sanctuary in january. they were protesting prison sentences handed down to two local ranchers convicted of setting fires. group was acquitted on a number of charges and sfiet their acquittal, families are standing trial next year. >>laura: number of foster children in the u.s. is on the rise, increasing for a third year in a row. more than 427,000 children are
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13,000 more than last year. officials cite a similar increase in substance abuse by parents. >>russell: people are looking up in st. pete, and it is not for a good reason. some sky high graffiti catching our eyes. >>laura: and police think they know who is responsible but 6:30, we'll explain why there's not much they can do about it. then a big surprise for this small soldier.
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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: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. ?? cozy up this fall with dunkin's coffee and espresso flavors. it's time to see what's 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'. clicking on the web. >>laura: just about 6:23. time to see what's clicking on the web. >>jennifer: happy friday. there are two kinds of hot clicks that never get old. adorable animals, surprise
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have both. a soldier's surprise will melt your hearts. this happened outside the >>jennifer: got russell crying already. this happened at the university of florida. greek rowe was holding or treat night for families. a boy dressed in camoflauge was greeted by his dad. >>russell: look at the smile on that kid's face. that's great. >>jennifer: next an adorable video starting to go viral. about 3,000 views in a couple of days, a 3-year-old crossland trying so hard to get up on her mini pony. you can do it, girlfriend.
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or the second try. she doesn't give up. she's like, this is my piny pony, i'm in my party dress and i'm getting on that horse. >>laura: that pony is amazing. >>jennifer: we counted about 16 tries. >>russell: are we going to see that part? >>jennifer: i hope so. >>russell: yes! >>jennifer: her mom posted the video and said she would not let her mom help. wow. you've got it, girl. don't give up. >>russell: love it, love it, love it. >>jennifer: finally, game three is tonight and people aren't the only ones with world series fever. animals have it, too. like this little lemur is posing with the puppies. how about this? famous lion statues are also
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cleveland zoo had a little fun with the bird when asked if the indians are going to win. he said, yes, yes, yes. >>laura: thank you, jen. happy friday. >>russell: thanks, jen. >>laura: we know that the world series tickets are going for thousands of dollars but other prices are soaring, too. >>russell: at 6:30, find out how much it will cost you to catch a chicago. speaking of bars, this election year controversies are like bottles of beer on the wall. pass it around, there's still plenty more. we found another one that we found another one that actually we found another one that actually follow your own sense of style... because, you want to be confident. t.j.maxx really helped us express our creative side. that's the best part. you don't know what you're going to find. i always find great deals on shoes... purses... we're a team. yeah.
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ey deserve. i believe families deserve quality education for their kids, childcare they can trust and afford, equal pay for women, and jobs they can really live on. people ask me what will be different if i'm president? well kids and families have been the passion of my life and they will be the heart of my presidency. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. ((laura 2shot) good morning, i'm laura moody. ((russell)) and i'm russell rhodes. >>laura: good morning. i'm laura moody. >>russell: and i'm russell rhodes. let's go to dave for a look at
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thinking about, you know, the rest of their weekend. >>dave: i think it's going to be just like it was yesterday. we talked about this yesterday. remember, we had like 85 almost every day. i don't see any significant changes. one thing that you probably felt and noticed yesterday was that the humidity is coming back just a little bit. not extreme. we also are starting off along the coastline in the lower 70s, upper 60s inland and we'll be filtering in some cloud cover from time to time today, but again, just like we said, back up this afternoon. >>vanessa: thanks, dave. and the only new incident that we're seeing is roadway debris so make sure you're using caution on the veterans expressway. southbound direction in the area of ehrlich road could be in a lane or two. otherwise, we're looking clear on the roads. >>laura: a warning for parents this morning. pasco county sheriff's office is on the lookout for a man who tried to lure a child into the
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wesley chapel and the boy was walking to his bus stop on thursday morning when deputies say he was approached by a man wearing a brown furry winter coat. they say the man promised to give the boy candy if he followed him in the woods. the boy was able to run into the bus stop. deputies are looking for a clean shaven man in his 20s or 30s and olive colored skin. >>russell: emotional vigil for an crash. he had just picked up a passenger when he made a u-turn directly in the path of another car. he was a teacher and assistant football coach at east bay high school in gibsonton. his family thanked the community for sharing of their memories of coach bo. >>laura: three captive deer were beaten to death. nature agencies classroom at
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public school system and sometime between october 2 and october 3 investigators say someone broke into the facility and workers found the deers beaten. crime stoppers is offering a $3,000 reward for information. the owner of the brewery is facing backlash after throwing support behind donald trump and it started with a tour. >>russell: they have a brewery in tampa but it's based in pennsylvania and like florida, that's a big they gave donald trump's younger son a tour of the potsville, pennsylvania plant earlier this week. yuengling told trump, our guys are behind your father. we need him in there, end quote. those remarks sparked protests among drinker who are not trump supporters. brian sims, a democrat, wrote a lengthy facebook post criticizing the company.
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an agenda anti-woman, anti-immigrant, anti-lgbt, anti-equality is best for them. that tells me all i need to know about what they think is best. it's catching on to a small degree. yuengling hinted recently during an interview that he might support a trump administration. he has four daughters and worries about excessive ve cmpany. >>laura: when reached for his comment, he said he would be happy to welcome hillary clinton for a four of his brewery but he did not comment any further. >>russell: 6:32 right now and some call it art. others call it vandalism. a mystery message pointed on the side of a building in downtown st. pete is drawing a crowd. >> it's the third time this grandfather and grandson have visited central avenue to watch
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>> it looked like a dangerous thing to do. >>reporter: this time, they are captivated by the work of a graffiti vandal. >> that is truly astounding that somebody has that kind of energy. that's impressive and crazy. >> this is probably the largest tag i've seen in st. petersburg and i've been here 34 years. >>reporter: crews removed the metal grate of the building and behind it, a massive, tag. >> it's probably fairly old because it was behind the metal grating and it was called the cheese grater building for years, we think he somehow climbed up there. >> i can't even believe he was able to do that. >>reporter: police not impressed by the so-called artwork. >> people might consider that art or may consider that to be cruel. if he would have fallen and died, would that have been cool? >> this leads them to believe
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work. hernandez pled no contest to other graffiti tags but it's unlikely he will face charges for this. down with the building and down with the spectacle, though one thing is for sure. >> it's what he did. it gives us something to talk about for the moment. >>laura: orlando man says the f.b.i. raide h a mess before realizing they had the wrong address. rude wakeup call. he said that agents broke down his door early yesterday morning and they told him to get up, put his hands up and walk outside backwards. as it turns out, the person they were looking for was in the house next door. meantime, he's left with a torn couch and footprints all over his floor. the f.b.i. says its policy is for homeowners to fix any damage
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>>russell: all right. coming up, dave has a look at the weekend forecast. >>laura: and it's not just world series ticket prices that are soaring. price gouging i in my job, i see a lot of fires that could've been stopped before they started. that's why florida's firefighters support amendment 1. amendment 1 does solar the right way, commonsense safeguards for the health, safety and welfare of florida's consumers and it's first responders. for the sunshine state.
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hillary clinton: this is not an ordinary time, and this is not an ordinary election. i want to send a message to every boy and girl and indeed to the entire world. that america already is great, but we are great because we are good. we are going to lift each other up. i want us to heal our country and bring it together. we have to start getting the economy to work for everyone... not just those at the top. making the best education system from preschool through college. making it affordable, because that's, i think, the best way for us to get the future that our children and our grandchildren deserve. my vision of america
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this is the america that i know and love. if we set those goals and we go together, there's nothing that america can't do. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >>dave: good friday morning. look at the tempat you should be sitting in the lower 60s, nice and comfy. it's 70 in sebring, tampa, st. petersburg is at 72 and really, without a doubt, it's the cloud cover we had overnight that helped to keep the temperatures up to where they are now. still getting a northeast wind. we've had it for weeks and it continues at a brisk pace and another breezy, breezy day like
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that moderate chop. but while we have this wind out of the northeast at the surface, you've got this little upper level system just kind of sitting out here over the gulf and it's being sheared so you've got this high wind shear pulling all of this moisture and cloud cover right across the state. so you get to the mid levels of the atmosphere and your winds are blowing out of the southwest and that's where the majority of these clouds are coming from. so you get tt level overcast but at the same time, the sun does filter through enough where you get the temperatures to make their way back up into the mid 80s and that's what we're looking at, really, throughout the day today. again, solid, mid level moisture will not bring us rain but will bring us some cloud cover. that's okay because we've got a big football game tonight, don't we? usf playing navy.
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warm but pleasant for the weekend. vanessa, is this the big game? yep. florida-georgia, 83 degrees. kickoff on saturday should be fine and clear skies, slem on and florida state. just a few college games around. future cast will not show much of a difference through the weekend. this front tries to make it south but it just stalls out. that's not going to be a big deal. just high pressure through the weekend with the northeast winds and some sunshine from time to time and temperatures, we're running about three degrees above normal for highs so about 85. again, give or take a degree by 1:00. our sunrise today at 7:39. tonight overnight lows with partsly cloudy skies near 70 degrees and as vanessa is yelling at the television set tomorrow, partly cloudy, nice and warm. >>vanessa: hopefully in a good way. >>dave: either way you'll be yelling. i know you.
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tennessee game. >>dave: extended marine forecast, moderate chop and moderate chop and moderate chop to go through friday, saturday, sunday. our next tide coming up at 7:41 this morning will be a low tide. your next seven days through halloween into really most of next week, high temperatures about 85. maybe an occasional 86 and lows in the upper 60s. >>vanessa: because her gators won the last year. >>dave: go double or nothing for dinner. >>vanessa: good idea. double or nothing for dinner. i'm getting into it, aren't i? she lives in sarasota, manatee county area. that's a little out of my way. make good on it. let's get to roads. it's 6:41. we have a new crash with delays. it's the sarasota area where we have this going on. crash northbound on 75. it's at bee ridge road.
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that will complicate things quite a bit and watch out for those delays. essentially back towards state road 72, clark road all the way up to the area of fruitville or so. so plan some extra time and as always, use caution in the area. a live look right now, 275, sky fox is checking out the area near bush avenue. taking about 14 minutes from the bearss exit heading to i-4. all speaking of football, let's get over to charley belcher. he's getting us ready for high school football. >>charley: yes, indeed. there was another big game on national television last night. >>vanessa: i was recovering. i've been up late watching the world series games. >>charley: i know. bolts played last night, too. canadiens took care of business there. i know you're tired of hearing
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we beat georgia southern. beat them up pretty good. >>vanessa: good. >>charley: we were down 10-0 at the beginning of the game. i'm talking to people here. what are you doing? snap chatting. that's all right. that's allowed. so good for my state. yeah. yeah. >>vanessa: big blowout. >>charley: troy is good this year. we only have one more week of pep rallies. can you believe that? the season has flown by. there's no voting for next week because we're making good on hurricane matthew. >>vanessa: i think it was matthew.
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out but it was hurricane matthew, we were supposed to be at zephyrhills high school because they had won the pep rally that week and then pasco county closed schools and hurricane matthew was blowing through town so we did not do it. so next friday, we will be at zephyrhills high school and this is the nine mile war they call t. pasco county high school versus zephyrhills high school. it is a big rivalry game so it's going to be -- that's gng next friday. nine mile war is a big deal to both of those schools. that will be fun. we'll watch up the season there. this week, however, as you can see behind me, hot 101.5 crew is here. spindiana, got your batteribatt? good to go? there you go. this morning we're at bayshore christian school.
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christian school, this is a k-12 and the entire student body is about 225, 250 students. that's everybody in the entire school. pre-k through 12. so every once in a while, we put little schools up and again, sometimes bigger schools and you -- hey, the little school and i'll keep it in biblical terms. this is david and goliath. these are the faith warrio all of them from the little babies all the way to 12th grade. it's going to be a fun pep rally today as we celebrate high school football. and i'll let you know about bayshore christian school and all the fun things happening here. >>vanessa: this is going to be a good one. i'm looking forward to it. all right. thanks, charley. see you in a bit. >>jennifer: time is 6:45. officials at australia's largest theme park have cancelled plans to reopen after a deadly
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planned to hold a memorial this morning for the four people killed on a water ride earlier this week. instead, the park will remain closed and will not reopen until monday at the earliest. earlier this week busch gardens closed a similar ride as a precaution that's since reopened. and the mother of one of the 49 people killed in the pulse nightclub shooting is asking a judge to keep 911 calls made during the massacre private. she says releasing them would be traumatizing. the city of orlando and two dozen media groups have been fighting over the more than 600 calls dealing with the shooting. 2/3 are already public. floridians have more time to file insurance claims stemming from hurricane hermine. fema has extended the deadline to give policy holders an extra 30 days to file claims. storm swept through in early september causing widespread flooding. since then the office of insurance regulation has received more than 1,800 flood claims. a group of attorneys will split more than half a billion dollars for their work on behalf of
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suffered because of the 2010b.p. oil spill. the award is about 4.3% of the $13 billion won in the settlement. still not clear how many attorneys will profit from their work. the court will determine how to split up the money at a later date. >>russell: amazon announces a scrooge-like forecast. a new report has investors saying bah humbug. >>laura: a he'll be plenty scared. zombies have overtaken the old jail in bartow. is he brave enough to enter? we'll find out. 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.
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t too often gets in the way. dana young for the florida senate. a return to common sense. i've seen what can happen as the result of hate. my son matt was murdered in laramie, wyoming, in 1998. he was befriended by two men in a bar who pretended to be gay. they offered him a ride home, and when he was in their car, they robbed him and beat him.
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then beat him some more and left him for dead. in the aftermath of matt's death, my family saw the best of america in the love and support we were shown. so when i see the hate that donald trump has brought to his campaign for president, it terrifies me. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell ya. ahh, i don't know what i said, uhh, i don't remember. he's a mexican. i could stand in the middle of fifth avenue and shoot somebody, and i wouldn't... words have an influence. violence causes pain. i know what can happen as the result of hate, and donald trump should never be our president. priorities usa action
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we've talked about this before .. >>russell: we've discussed this morning. after an amazon problem. those prime shipments, you click and they can't get here fast enough. >>laura: you have a full
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household. but at any rate, as the big holiday rush approaches, amazon is hoping that everyone is like this one. from the fox business network studios, we have lauren simonetti to talk with us. good morning. >> it's harsh but i'm calling it amazon dot bomb today. >>russell: really? >> yeah. a little harsh but a little concerning. so i don't know about you guys, but come on. amazon box is at my doorstep every day. it just is. so how can this doing so well? shares are down about 6% as i speak. it's because they spend a lot of money and right now they're spending it on the infa structure so we can eventually deliver your prime order, your groceries, whatever you're doing with amazon, that they can deliver it to you by themselves. just logistics, it's expense jifr. they're investing in content and
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investors. this quarter, which includes hanukkah and christmas when everybody goes shopping and spends a lot of money, they don't expect to do as well as analysts hoped they do. and with that, the stock goes down. dot bomb. >>laura: for now. >>russell: yeah. for now. let's talk about uber and they're talking about flying cars. >> so amazon is going down. uber is going up literally. a flying the next decade, so they say. let's think about this. you sit in a vehicle that can go 150 miles an hour. you can give up your pricy city rent and go live out in the burbs because your 90 minute commute to the big city would probably only take what, 15 minutes? you can hail that flying car with your phone. i don't know the price. i don't know if this is actually ever going to happen but uber hopes it does.
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certifications, infrastructure in place, things like landing pads, hel ipads. >>laura: a flight plan. >> and i forgot to tell you the most important part. flying car would not have a driver or a pilot. what do you call it? pilot? driver? i don't know. what would it be? >>russell: i'll do it. >>laura: more like the jetsons every day. >>russell: we do. >> literally. you would ride in one? >>russell: of course i would. of course i would. i'm all in on tha >> would you ride in an autonomous car? like a car that goes on the street? >>russell: i would. >> i didn't think you were pro. got it. >>russell: i'll do t. one more thing we have to get to. >> game three of the world series tonight. tickets aren't the only things skyrocketing right now. >> if you can spend thousands to go to the game, good for you. if you want to watch the game at a bar with your friends near the stadium, $250 cover charge at
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if you want a table for a bunch of friends, $500. no bottle service included. so at 8:00 when the game airs on fox tonight, i'm throwing a little party. i'll charge a small cover. >>laura: exactly. >>russell: always figuring out a way. you're always working an angle, lauren simonetti. always working an angle. >> bring your pajamas! >>russell: we'll talk later, okay? >>laura: bye, lauren. >> bye. >>russell: here's a headline we hope we real. zombies have invaded polk county. >>laura: that's true. i'm pretty sure grady judd will chase them out of there. >>russell: if they're going to, he's got this. >>laura: walking dead for this weekend are looking for fresh victims and alcides segui is at the front of the line right now. he's live at the old jail in bartow and this is a scary idea. they've turned this into a haunted house, right? >>reporter: yeah. that's exactly right. the old polk county jail, which
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and they have turned it into a haunted house and there's so many reasons why this is a good story and done such an incredible job. kim, thanks for being with us. i greatly appreciate it. polk county sheriff's office. this was your idea that you started six osh seven years ago and it's a really neat concept. >> it's a great way to raise money for the community and have parents and kids have fun while doing it. >>reporter: enough talking. let's take a walk-through. it's going to get dark but you can see a lit so what's really neat, cory, walk in. kim, run in front of cory. this is the second floor and you've got cells. you have some lights on but you kind of presented it well. you've got some blood and all of that, blood and gore, but there are true stories of ghosts in this building. >> yes. the sheriff's office has been at this site since 1880 and there's
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there's quite a few spirits still left in this building. it's very creepy to work up here. >>reporter: you were saying a while ago you did not feel that whole spot, either. it's creepy for you. >> yes. this part itself, this old jail part built in 1962 is definitely the creepier part of the building. >>reporter: it's a long haunt. how far is it? >> the actual tour itself? it's usually about 15 minutes long, but it's packed full all the way through from the administrative side a jail side. so you're going to get quite a bit of difference in just every aspect of it. you'll see zombies, you're going to see dead people walking, people eating other people. it's just going to be insane. >>reporter: all right. thank you so much for your time. actually tomorrow is your last day. tomorrow is the last day. >> tonight and tomorrow. >>reporter: we're going to put more information on our website at it's a $5 donation. all the proceeds go to united way, several organizations are involved to make this happen.
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yet. the beginning starts off slow but as you go through halfway down, it gets pretty intense because it's different cells that you actually walk through so you actually see it coming up a little later on "good day." back to you. >>laura: truly. if those walls could talk, they would tell some haunting stories. don't think about that too much. no pressure. >>reporter: exactly. >>russell: see you later. front page of the paper from september 12, 2001 being auctioned and it' of the five people who signed it. >>laura: and the bay area has another mystery monkey on its hands and this one, we're being told to stay far away from. >>russell: and some superheroes fly, some scale walls but this one can turn a frown upside down with the shake of its mane. jen introduces us to the home town hero coming up at 7:00. >>dave: great start to the day. yes. we're going to have cloud cover as the sun comes up in 40 minutes or so.
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the coastline, are sitting in the lower 70s this morning. we're going to parlay that in the mid 80s for highs today,
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