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letter after seeing kids making fun of her brother. her thought provoking message to adults. and welcome to the 7:00 hour of "good day." i'm laura moody. >>russell: and i'm russell rhodes. we always start with the weather and it's friday. we have to really start with the weather today. >>dave: we do. it is running about two or three degrees warmer today because of the cloud cover that we've had so far this morning. really never went away from last night. 70 in tampa, 72 in sarasota. 72 in st. lakeland, frost proof, sebring, 24-hour temperature change. there it is, two to four degrees warmer and highs today, looks like they go right back up into the mid 80s. vanessa? >>vanessa: and dave, thank you. right now we have two new trouble spots that are working. right now we want to take a live look along i-4 and this is the area near macintosh. if you're heading in the westbound direction, we have towards branch forbes road. -
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from what i can tell, we don't have any reported lane blockage but it is slower than usual for this time of morning. 16 minutes from branch forbes to 75. maybe leave early if you have to head this way. otherwise, majors are looking clear. 275 and 75 running up to speed for this time of morning. out of the frost proof area, polk county, we have a crash the sheriff's office says involves two vehicles but it has the lanes blocked up pretty badly at princeton two southbound lanes are going to be blocked. it is looking slow both directions through here. if you want to avoid it, take scenic highway. >>russell: mike pence probably happy to have two feet on the ground this morning. his plane slid off a runway in new york last night. >>laura: fortunately, no one got hurt but it adds another dose of drama to this campaign. doug reports from washington. >> although the travel on board
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hard landings are not that unusual, but nothing like what they experienced yesterday. >> that is the grass and it looked like we took out a really nice chunk of runway here. >> passengers on board evacuated after the 737 ran right off the runway in the rain in new york. the g.o.p. candidate and his entourage, including staff, secret service and reporters made it off safely. >> the plane end runway, destroyed about 80 blocks and is currently in the grass off the runway. >> the ntsb is going to investigate, but pence's boss spoke about it in ohio. >> the plane skidded off the runway and was pretty close to grave, grave danger but i just spoke to mike pence, and he's fine. >> donald trump had spent part of the day responding to reports of voting irregularities in
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their intended votes for trump were changed to clinton. election officials said it may have been voter error in at least one case but also pointed to software problems. >> this has been a draining election but i urge you to please, please be encouraged. > hillary clinton got a big boost in north carolina from first lady michelle obama and today, president obama will be in florida to do some campaigning of his own. there is a team is looking beyond the election and considering vice president joe biden as a possible secretary of state. biden has not been contacted by the campaign about this. presumably he's aware of it. it's not clear what appears to be a carefully orchestrated leak by the clinton campaign.
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hillsborough and pinellas counties are on pace to beat the number of early votes they got four years ago. turnout has been 27% in pinellas. almost 23% in hillsborough. turnout has also been steady down in miami dade with about 20% of voters already casting a ballot. and so far, things are looking good for hillary clinton. more hispanic voters are headed to the polls he remember. 13% this year. that compared to 8% when president obama first ran back in 2008. in florida will come before election day, they believe. don't forget, early voting starts tomorrow in pasco and highlands county. it started on monday almost everywhere else. it ends sunday, november 6. >>russell: just the thought is enough to get parents the chills. somebody trying to lure a child into the woods by using candy. shayla reaves is in wesley chapel where a boy says it happened to him near his bus stop. >>reporter: good morning to you,
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county sheriff's office tells us happened early thursday morning. we're talking about a stranger wearing a winter fur coat, approaching a young boy and telling him, if you follow me into the woods, you can have some candy. that's what they're telling us happened off mangrove drive in wesley chapel around 7:45 in the morning. you're seeing video of the roadway we're talking about. according to the pasco county sheriff's office, the around. he ultimately ran the remaining distance to his bus stop and the stranger reportedly travelled in the opposite direction. right now, we can tell you the sheriff's office is urging parents and children, anyone in the area of mangrove drive to be on the lookout and report anything suspicious you might see. in this particular case, we're told the man was reportedly wearing what's been described as a, quote, brown furry winter
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sunglasses hanging from his shirt and he's believed to be between 20 and 30 years old, clean shaven with dark hair. those in the mangrove drive area are encouraged to be aware of this description. if you see anything strange, unusual, out of the ordinary, certainly give the pasco county sheriff's office a call. shayla reaves, fox 13 news. >>russell: thanks. we'll check in with you later on. 7:07 right now. you can thief. >>laura: these are surveillance pictures we have from the subway restaurant at the corner of brandon boulevard and parsons avenue. detectives say the criminal ordered a sandwich and then took out a gun when the cashier rang up the order and he ran off with some of that cash. he was last seen driving away in a newer model black pickup truck. there's a $3,000 reward for information leading to his arrest. >>russell: and video of two people running away after
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lake wales. the thieves came out of nowhere to rob him. he apparently did everything he was told to do but they shot him anyway. killer is wearing a hoody so it's hard to identify him. if you can help, please call crime stoppers. >>laura: investigators found a disturbing scene while looking through the rubble of a deadly house fire in sarasota. piles of trash and bottles with human waste inside. benjamin and were living there with their adult son. his parents could not escape because they were disabled. the fire started in the back linai but the cause is unknown. >>russell: florida state wildlife officials on the hunt for a monkey that was seen on hudson beach walking down a private dock. two people filming a podcast spotted the monkey and they caught it on video. wildlife officials believe it's not native to florida.
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monkey is a pet, how it got there but the men that spotted it tried the best they could to lure him in. >> i was thinking of putting out a banana but i didn't have one but i had a burrito. it started with a b and it's three syllables so i figured maybe it's a dumb monkey. >>russell: the latest monkey jumped in the canal and went for a he's not been seen since tuesday. hudson beach residents should secure their trash to avoid the monkey. don't try to approach it or even give it a burrito. >>laura: sarasota is one of 10 places in america right now in the running for the happiest seaside town. coastal living magazine is doing the competition right now. towns like cape may, north carolina and hilton head, south carolina. finalists were chosen from a
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number of sunny days, commute times and the quality of beaches that are pristine there. they'll let you cast a new vote every 15 minutes. >>russell: sugar rush. >>laura: is that what you're on right now? >>russell: coming up, the staggering amount of money we're going to spend on halloween -- on candy for halloween. i can't even talk i'm so ru with mariah carey. we'll talk about that. >>dave: a lot of cloud cover. we don't have the prettiest sunrise. it's mild, 70 degrees on the tampa net cam. we're going to go for filtered sunshine again today as high temperatures get back up into
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>>dave: temps are warmer this morning than we've had over the past couple of mornings but you know, at the same time, they haven't moved much because of all the cloud cover we've had overnight. 70 in clearwater. 71 in pinellas park. 72 in st. petersburg. tampa still, by the way, at 70 degrees this morning. then a lot of mid 60s to the north, some upper 60s in pasco county from new port richey. 68 to wesley chapel's 68 county. lower 70s, venice, englewood and inland locations also in the upper 60s. this is a direct result of the cloud cover that we had overnight and yeah, it's why we're two to four degrees warmer. no. we're not going to be two to four degrees warmer this afternoon. yesterday we made it right up into the mid 80s. the day before that, mid 80s. guess what today is going to be? in the mid 80s. northeast winds and they've been
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we're getting the cloud cover from has been the upper low sitting out here over the gulf. we get the west to southwest winds aloft and they're just kind of pouring across the state so it's kind of interesting how the wind is hitting you in the face but yet the clouds are moving in a different direction. that's why you have to look at all levels of the atmosphere before you can put together a forecast. so yesterday we really just had that sunshine in and out. a little peek-a-boo sunshine, filtered sunshine, whatever you want to call it. again today. no rain. south florida may get a few sprinkles but not around here. filtered sunshine, 85 for a high today. we're still almost 20 minutes way from our sunrise. 70 degrees tonight under partly cloudy skies. overnight lows will stay mild again and then nice and warm tomorrow with a high temperature going to be around 86 for tomorrow afternoon. boaters, northeast winds at 15
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as well. then we have halloween on monday, right? high temps. i know it's going to be a shocker. mid 80s for you and lows in the upper 60s. good morning, vanessa. >>vanessa: right now we have sky fox checking out the courtney campbell causeway. eastbound direction we have a crash reported. you can see it involves multiple vehicles. good news is, it's going to be off to the side. i'm not seeing any lane blockage in the area but it is moving slower than normal as you might imagine as folks pass by. they're either moving over, slowing dn peek but we're seeing delays of a few minutes or so. take that account into your travel times and use caution as well as you head this way but it's not good. it's not blocking anything up. we mentioned this in a previous report and it's still working here. 75 northbound at bee ridge road. center lane is going to be blocked. now we have lots of red and delays well back beyond clark. your best work around is going
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more updates on this to come. we'll let you know when it clears. >>laura: halloween is a few days away. three to be precise. even though we've said it time and again, parents need to watch out for kids. you can never be too safe. manatee county sheriff's office is sharing a few safety tips. first off, kids should be wearing bright colored clothing. and carry flashlights or glow sticks. you can even add reflective type and try using makeup versus masks. it helps them see better and street. never send the younger kids out alone and for the older ones, make sure they stick together. in case they do get separated, make sure they know your address and phone number and lastly, always walk your younger kids to the doors to get the candy and don't let them inside any home unless you are with them. the mere thought of buying the candy and decorations for halloween can be scary. >>russell: it's not uncommon to spend $50 or more on streets for
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>> it's great for everyone. all ages can celebrate. it's a decorating holiday. trick or treating is fun for the kids and again, dressing up in costume, what's better than that? >> trick or treat. >> it's the night of fright and americans will spend $8.4 billion celebrating halloween. that comes out to almost 83 bucks a person. >> halloween is the one time of year where you can dress up as any character you want and have we're seeing that number be a little higher this year than ever. >> most consumer money goes to the idea of being someone else in good fun. americans will spend $3.1 billion on costumes. candy comes in second at $2.5 billion and decorations at $2.4 billion. >> consumers are really excited about the opportunity to hand out candy and trick or treat with children. >> experts say adults have
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spooky holiday. but social media brings a different crowd to the stores. >> going to a party is part of the experience yal component that halloween offers. millennials are driving this force and they are ones wearing the costumes and going to parties and even hosting them. >> people of all ages can agree, halloween comes at the perfect time to transition into the holiday season. >> a lot of americans, not only do they love celra opportunity to have a little kickoff before they really go deep into all things holiday and thanksgiving. >> and for the first time in 11 years, superhero costumes have soared to the top of the popularity list for kids. dethroning the princesses you might have seen lining up the streets in years past. i'm lauren simonetti, fox news. >>laura: here is what i'll say. if you need candy, just stop by the fox 13 studios here on kennedy boulevard. we have a whole stash of candy
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>>russell: i'm getting a little sick. >>laura: i'm sure you are. all right. stay with us. standing up for her little brother. >>russell: have all you want, dave. >>laura: get kids to stop bullying. >>russell: jen introduces us to another -- a spectacular, i think, home town hero, right? >>jennifer: it's great. over the years i've introduced you to dozens every incredible people who go out of their way to help people. extra special. that's because he's not even a human. he is a horse. i will tell you why this selfie taken, shoe wearing equine is the main man at bay area hospitals. he likes candy, too. first checking in with charley belcher. >>charley: it's a big day today. it's a huge day. do you know why? today is my wife's birthday. >>jennifer: happy birthday, lindsay. i love her.
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me a little music for my wife. ? happy birthday to you? >>charley: perfect music for every occasion. we have to pay for the rights to this? >> no. >>charley: good, good. happy birthday to my lovely wife. i love you, baby. and yeah, the party starts as soon as i get home and will last all weekend long. we have to celebrate her birthday. we're also celebrating the school spirit at bayshore christian school. it is the fox 13 "good day" pep rally. spindiana jones, the kids will be here soon. stick around. 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.
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protecting social security. and building an economy that works for all of us. i'm patrick murphy and i approved this message because i'll be a senator who always works for you. i served under president bush and obama. i fought the taliban. i was asked to form a global coalition to counter isil. when someone makes the comment that they know more about the islamic state or isil than do the generals, it implies a complete ignorance of the reality.
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that the islamic state poses to the united states and to the american people. and i believe she understands how to wield american power to ultimately defeat this threat and to keep us safe. i'm hillary clinton
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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. attracting high waged jobs for families who need them and fighting a bureaucracy that too often gets in the way. dana young for the florida senate. ((laura welcome back to a return to common sense. good day tampa bay. the time is 7:--. people are passionate about a pipeline in north da >>laura: welcome back. the time is 7. 246789 and people are passionate
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dakota. >>russell: a lot of people just don't want the thing built. more than 20 people went to jail after this protest on some private land. sme of them set fires while clashing with police. the demonstrators are trying to block the construction of a pipeline that they think will disturb native american cultural sites. police had to fire bean bags and tear gas to control the crowd. >>laura: hugs and kisses after a jury in oregon involved in a wildlife refuge standoff. bundy and his followers were facing federal charges after seizing the refuge as a protest against the government. they were protesting the arrest of two local ranchers convicted of setting fires. they were demanding the release of those two men. despite the acquittal, the family faces charges in nevada and in other states for another standoff. >>russell: jury in pennsylvania has awarded $7 million to former
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coach. he sued the school for defamation. he said he lost his job after helping prosecutors charge jerry sandusky with child molestation. he was suing for lost wages and other damages. sandusky was the defensive coach. he's serving a 30 to 60 year prison sentence for sexually abusing 10 boys. >>laura: front page of a newspaper sold for $11,000 at auction. it was the "new york times" from september 12, 2001. it was signed by five presidents. forld, carter, george h.w. bush, bill clinton and george w. bush. they all signed the paper during a remembrance event. the proceeds will be donated to the 9/11 charity, tuesday's children. >>dave: very pretty start to the day. even though the sun is not up yet, when you get cloud cover in the morning, you'll get a reddish tint to the atmosphere so it does really look cool.
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the tampa area. look at the next three days. that's what the next seven days are going to look like. 85, 86, 86, continued warm with temperatures running about three degrees above normal for those afternoon highs. >>vanessa: thanks, dave. we want to check the majors right now. looks good here along 75 southbound and northbound just dealing with some congestion but it's moderate in nature. this live camera a little north of the i-4 area. here, relatively speaking. pretty clear over the howard frankland still. we picked up one minute from the ideal conditions. heavy delays here still. we showed you along i-4 westbound the area of macintosh, there's a crash that's not blocking any lanes but causing folks to slow down. now up to 27 minutes to get from buchman to 75. 75 south, 16 minutes between the 75 junction up near pasco,
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proof, continue to avoid 27 where a two vehicle crash has shut down two southbound lanes ad one northbound lane. your reminder here for the work around, scenic highway. >>laura: go ahead. take the plunge. what olympian michael phelps kept secret until now. >>russell: and boycotting a popular brewery. walter allen on that story this morning. >>reporter: good morning to you. we're live across the i was in the state of ohio when they started selling it in the buckeye state. it was a big deal. there's something they were selling this week that some people are not buying. some think it's a big deal and why it's tying into the 2016 presidential election. first let's go to alcides segui live in polk county, getting us ready for halloween. good morning. >>reporter: we're inside the polk county jail. yeah, it's been closed for
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they have transformed into a halloween haunted jail. it is pretty neat. you're actually inside one of the cells right now. we're going to take a tour of the haunted jail coming up next on "good day tampa bay." ?? 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.
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under state attorney mark ober's watch, rape and sexual assault are on the rise. ober is not just ineffective, he declined to prosecute a man who forced a girl into sexual slavery, even blamed the victim. ober: she was with him voluntarily. our community deserves new leadership. andrew warren, an experienced prosecutor, will reallocate resources to target violent crime, including gun violence, rape, and domestic abuse.
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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. now, buesing's running for senate.
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welcome back to (russell- (russell- welcome back to ?? 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'. good day tampa bay. the time is 7:--. th >>russel there's a controversy brewing for yuengling beer. >>laura: people are boycotting the company because of a decision the owner made and walter allen is in tampa to tell us what's going on here. good morning. >>walter: good morning there, guys. we're across the street, and there's a sign that says free tours and i'm sure that's pretty consistent at all of the yuengling breweries. tour is mixed with politics and
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let's get to the picture. this is donald trump's younger son eric with the owner of yuengling toury. he gave him a tour earlier this week. ohio, pennsylvania is huge. yuengling told trump, our guys are behind your father. we need him in there, end quote. those remarks have sparked protests among some drinkers who are not donald trump supporters. the state pennsylvania, brian sims, who is a democrat, wrote a lengthy facebook post criticizing the company saying, quote, nuengling an agenda anti-woman, anti-immigrant, anti-lgbt, anti-minority, that tells me all i need to know what they think is best for their own customers. he's calling on people to boycott the brand. it's catching on to a small debris. some are writing they're going
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people are coming out in their favor and some are coming out for the right to choose. yuengling said he would offer a tour to hillary clinton. he would not comment further on that. even the breweries are getting in on the political action. >>laura: i have a feeling everyone will before it's said and done >>russell: 7:34 right now. we're learning more about the crash on dr. king boulevard in tampa. 9-year-old, his 10-year-old sister and their mother were among the five people killed on wednesday night. two older siblings were hurt. they were driving home from church when a speeding driver hit them after losing control and crossing the median. cortes was behind the wheel of the car.
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killed. two children who died went to mango elementary school. she was a fifth grader and he was in the fourth. grief counselors are helping the school cope with the tragedy. >>laura: don't text and drive. it is dangerous. we know that. vanessa has another reminder. a pretty striking one, too, right? >>vanessa: yeah. i would hope it would drive home the point of not texting while driving. the state of florida bans you probably also know it's a secondary offense. fines starting at 30 bucks but some people don't seem to care about that. clearwater police sent us this picture showing the aftermath of a car hitting a pole and this is related to texting while driving. this happened wednesday morning. authorities say the driver was texting at the time of the crash. under the picture, police wrote, please put the phones down. your life and the others of the world around you are worth the
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driver got lucky here. nobody got seriously injured in the crash. so lesson probably hard learned but good to show folks anyway. statistics show any given time of day, approximately 660,000 drivers are attempting to use a phone. one in four accidents are a result of the distraction. that's 1.6 million crashes every single year related to this. big problem. >>russell: thanks. i'm about to tell you the story of a her name is lex. she's from southern england and she took offense when a few of her classmates called her brother, who has autism, weird. she tried to explain that autism is. but her friends didn't understand. so she told her mother she wanted to write a letter but the letter was not to her classmates talking about how hurt she was. the letter was to the school district asking them to better educate kids about different disabilities. she figured if people understood
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different or as the kids put it, weird. her mom was so proud that she posted the letter on facebook where it has been shared more than 30,000 times. here is part of it. i would like it if we could learn about disabilities in school so that everybody understanding people are different but we should all be treated the same. organizations dedicated to autism and other disabilities jumped on board, posting her message alongside free resources for as for lex, she has joined the student council at her school and she's trying to make changes there on a much bigger scale. she also has a meeting with parliament to discuss legislation to require better education in schools. that's something, huh, jen? >>jennifer: it is. yeah. beautiful. you know, i love all my home town heros, but today's hero holds a special place in my heart. his name is amos.
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many kids. he's patient, kind and loving. did i mention? he's a horse. itsz not a sight you see very often, if ever. a horse inside a hospital. this is no ordinary equine. this is amos, the wonder horse. >> he's lived up to his name. >>jennifer: it's more than his braided tail and manicured mane that makes him wonderful. he's a therapy horse and has a knack for making people smile. he's been charming people at nursing homes, assisted tampa bay for five years. >> there's never a visit where i go out, whether we're working with senior sfwlit citizens that amos doesn't amaze me. he does something every time that's just beautiful. >>jennifer: the kids at johns hopkins all children's hospital think amos is the perfect size. >> he gave me a kiss on my hand. >>jennifer: it was the perfect
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>> happy birthday. >> thank you. >> so talk to me about the cool birthday present you just got. >> everyone wants a horse for their birthday so it's a pretty good present. >>jennifer: and the grownups were thrilled to see amos, too. especially melissa. her 7-year-old daughter has brain cancer and has grown to love the mini horse. >> he just brings her so much joy. she takes her fingers and rubs him on his nose and puts him to sleep and it just -- he really makes her smile. he's a blessing to all the >>jennifer: he's also a blessing to his owner shelly who says she knew from the first hospital visit that amos was something special. >> he walked right up to the bed and put his head on the bed and we knew then he was destined for great things. >> he gets rewarded for his good work with his favorite treats. >> he loves peppermints and apples and carrots, all the standard things. he loves coffee. we were talking about that. he especially likes starbucks. he likes slurpies. >>jennifer: there aren't many
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the wonder horse. >>jennifer: doesn't he make you smile? amos looks familiar, then you probably know about all his basketball skills. when he isn't visiting sick kids and the elderly, he's shooting hoops with the globe trotters and works with the st. pete police department and the whoa to bullying program. he'll be in the house at 9:00, giving lots of selfies and >>dave: thank you. in sports, the lightning will spend a few days in the new york city area. they will play the new jersey devils tomorrow night. they'll play the new york rangers on sunday and then the new york islanders on tuesday. then they will come home for a couple of games and i think the bruins are on tap with that one. they did lose last night in montreal 3-1. bolts lost the eastern conference opponent for the first time this season.
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season. and here's a reminder. game three of the world series tonight in chicago. it's been 71 years since the last world series game at wrigley field. next three will be there. the cubs and the indians both won one each in cleveland. laura? russell? >>laura: thank you. chills and thrills. a place to go get scared this weekend before halloween. >>russell: an old jail that is haunted. alcides segui is there this >>reporter: you know, i have to be honest with you. deputies are telling me this thing is really haunted. there were 40 people who died in the jail. obviously the jail is closed now, but it was built back in the early 60s, mid 60s and then there was a separate part of the jail that started in the 70s. all right. let's turn off the light. let's take you on a tour here. and we've got several people kind of lined up along the way. i don't know where they're at so
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through and see what we got. we've got an inmate over here to the right. nice. all right. somebody there, too. >> come this way, i survive. >>reporter: okay. >> pray, my son. pray, my children. >>reporter: kim, right? polk county sheriff's office. thanks for being with us. i appreciate it. this is a very, very small glimpse of what you guys are showing the public. kind of neat because it's the old jail. you guys made it into a haunted
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as well. >> yes, sir. united way. we were able to do this with fundraisers, with support from the community, lowe's, wal-mart, goodwill, volunteers from schools all over the county. we couldn't do this without their support. so we've got a lot of help with the community. >>reporter: the scenery that kind of makes it all, this is the old -- tell me what this is called. >> ocs there were cameras in there to look at everybody so they could see down the hallways and all of that kind of stuff. >>reporter: it really is spooky and you were telling me, it really is haunted. 40 people died on this property itself, maybe even more. >> maybe even more than that. yes, sir. >>reporter: and yes, there's a part in here that's called calvin's corridor. >> and you'll get to see that when you come on the tour and you'll get to see what that is all about. you have to come down and donate $5 for united way and you can come in the tour and get a peek
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all right. tonight, tomorrow are the last two days before it's officially over until next year. opens at 6:00, closes at 9:00. this is only a small glimpse. 11:00. they changed it. 6:00 to 11:00. so 6:00 to 11:00 tonight and tomorrow. for more information, go to our website, fox13news.com. you have several zombies, including a gentleman in the back who is a detective. some of these people are actual deputies who volunteer their times to make this happen. again, all the proceeds go to united way. we'll go to the isolation room where there's several -- apparently two people died there as well. pretty spooky stuff. back to you. >>russell: all right. see you later. thanks, man. look at that. that's not scary at all. dave is back after the break
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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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>>dave: waited all m now, yes, we do have some mid to upper level clouds but it is a pretty start to the day. it's a mild start to the day. you're looking at some cloud cover streaming in. at the surface, we have a northeast wind that for the past couple of weeks we've had keeping us warm. then aloft, we're getting a west to southwest wind and that's carrying in some cloud cover we had over the past couple of days
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describe the way it's going to look again today. you have a lot of upper 60s inland and lower 70s back toward the coastline and our temperatures today should get back to around 85 degrees with some sunshine coming in. tonight i think right along the coast, you stay in the lower 70s. mid to upper 60s inland and north under partly cloudy skies and for your saturday, nice, warm, with a high temperature around 86 degrees. boaters, were moderate chop all weekend long with those northeast winds at near 15 knots and the next seven days, rain-free again. halloween. i was hoping it could be a little cooler but as i just posted on twitter there, i'm not going to complain about a seven-day forecast that looks like that with highs in the mid 80s, right? >>vanessa: looks wonderful. no complaints there whatsoever. all right, dave. thank you. we'll check the roads here. live look here at 75 northbound.
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away from our screen in the area of state road 60 where we did have a crash reportedly blocking the left lane but i've been unable to see the actual blockage itself. not too bad with the slowdowns so this might be on the shoulder in which case you would use the move over law and remember that as you pass on by but taking 10 minutes from the selmon to fowler avenue. pinellas county. we could show folks what's happening at 19 and county road 39. most of our delays here are on might have struck a fence or an outside barrier of some sort here, looks like a car dealership. you have folks on scene clearing this up and reports of lane blockage. plan extra time. southbound is the biggest area of concern here at 19 and 39. alamo drive, westbound direction, we have some lane blocks reported at u.s. 301 after a crash so that could be the slowest spot through the intersection. state road 54 at little road,
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delays, however. russell? >>russell: well, it looks like michael phelps is officially off the market. the olympic swimmer secretly married june 13. couple got engaged in february of last year and just four months later, they gave birth to their son boomer. nicole may have hinted at their secret ceremony when she posted this picture on instagram captioning it such a memorial night. they may be wedding. phelps talked about a destination wedding during the summer olympics at rio. >>laura: mariah carey is stopping her wedding plans. her billionaire fiance is calling it off. mariah has a reality tv show out. there's a chance this could be temporary. sources say they could get back together. either way, she gets to keep the
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to charley belcher we go right now. how are you doing, man? >>charley: happy friday, happy pep rally day. we're at bayshore christian school in south tampa. our cheerleaders are in a little early this morning rooting for the faith warriors and you know, a lot of macdill families have their kids at bayshore christian school. in fact, cheerleaders, some of you, your parents, one or the other, work at macdill? look at that. look at that. thank them for their thank them. don't forget, okay? >> okay. >>charley: what are you going to say when you get home? >> thank you. >>charley: good enough. stick around. spindiana jones, the pep rally has officially started. it's officially friday and a "good day tampa bay." ?? halloween excitement is back at dunkin' with halloween donuts and munchkins.
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>>charley: "good day" and welcome to bayshore christian school. it is the home of our fox 13 "good day" pep rally this week. it's a little school that could because 225 total students k-12 and actually pre-k through 12 and yet they outvoted st. pete catholic school to get us here. this is head of school. so it is pre-k through 12 here at bayshore christian we're family from 2-year-old all the way to the high school seniors. >>charley: i love it. i you literally see the kids grow up. >> we do. our high schoolers love our little guys and it's all about family. >>charley: and i'm sure the seniors or the high schoolers become role models. middle schoolers become role models for the elementary and the high schoolers are role models for the middle school. >> and the students the little
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>>charley: how can i get my child at bayshore christian school? >> starting november 30 we have open enrollment and so we are open for 2-year-old all the way to our high school seniors and we are open for all families in this greater tampa bay area. >>charley: i like how many macdill families you have here. some cheerleaders, folks work at macdill, are the air force. we love that. >> we do, too. we're honored to have great relationships with our families what a greater way to support our families than provide a service for our families. >>charley: should we talk about the discount? >> absolutely. >>charley: macdill families get a 20% discount in tuition here. >> we're the best value in the tampa bay area for that christian education. >>charley: i love that. look. giving back to the military, they've given so much. thank you. i appreciate it. nice job. all right, ladies and gentlemen. make some noise. let's get this pep rally going. fire up the music.
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