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from tampa bay's number one news station, this is "good day tampa bay." >> alcides: a fox 13 news alert. the search is on for a hit-and-run driver who killed a motorist overnight and seriously injuring a polk county deputy. shut out ruins a festive atmosphere at wrigley field. get ready, game 4 is tonight. and at 8 a.m., starting out the day at 68. brookville, bayshore. breezy to start. a few clouds with that e east-northeast wind. up to 19 in sirata beach. flag flying but no rain. couple of high clouds. those may thicken a bit second half of the day tampa south.
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enjoy crystal river. the cool spot. our low is 70 in tampa which is 6 degrees above average for this time of year. 70 in venice. 70 in clearwater. quiet. somewhat comfortable and br breezy. we will be watching some gusts above 20 today, especially tampa west with that bay water influence. some high clouds may sneak in from the south and west today, but no rain anticipated. dry both weekend days for us. all about the warmth. above average temperatures with the warm start. we will hit 82 86 by today and tomorrow. any cooldown for the trick or trick or treater as soon as that forecast coming up. we are following a fox 13 news alert out of polk county. deputies are searching for a hit-and-run driver that killed a woman and seriously hurting a sheriff deputy. joining us is the public information officer for the polk county.
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>>caller: he was going on state road 60 answering a call when he noticed a woman standing the grass median between the eastbound and westbound lanes of 60. he stopped his patrol car, turned on his emergency lights, got out of his car an went into the grass median to talk to h her. she told him she had been on a traffic crash on the eastbound side where her car ran off the road and hit a tree. at this point, he alerted dispatch, he had a traffic crash he was working. he called ems for crash. and the last time he talked to dispatch at 12:38. ems arrived at 12:45 because as i said he had called them because of her crash. and they located both deputy pinel and the woman jessica otero unconscious with significant injuries in the grass median. it appears a car heading westbound entered into the median and hit both of them. the hit-and-run driver killed jessica otero.
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icu. he will probably have some surgery. he has a broken pelvis and other injuries. so we are reaching out to the public to see if anybody saw or heard anything suspicious in that area. again the crash happened between 12:38 and 12:45 this morning on state road 60 between tiger lake road and sam keene road. >> alcides: carrie, i know you guys are working this as much as possible and trying to gather any information that you can. can you tell us a hit-and-run driver? any idea what this car may look like? is that a rural area of polk county? >>caller: it is a pretty rural area just outside the city limits of lake wales. we do not have any businesses nearby, but, of course, we are pulling video from any businesses in the five to t ten-mile radius, especially after 12:45 a.m., looking for any sort of vehicle that has front-end damage. there wasn't any debris left behind, so we don't know what
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behind. he didn't see anything. he was knocked unconscious immediately. so we are really looking for the public to help us with the case. >> do we know if the patrol car had a dash cam at all? >>caller: no, sir, we don't have dash cameras in our cars. >> alcides: all right. carrie, thank you so much for being with us. our thoughts and prayers are with you and entire department and the woman who was killed in this. thank you. >>ll bus driver took advantage of a student. >> alcides: happened in pinellas county thursday morning at the same time school was actually starting. deputies say social media may have made the situation even worse. here is why, deandre davis is a relief bus driver for pinellas county schools. last week he handed a 16-year-old girl his facebook chat identification and they started talking, communicating over social media. on thursday he drove her on the
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said they had sex. the girl later told teachers at her school which contacted deputies. they arrested davis at his home last night. they say he admitted to having an inyou appropriate rel relationship with that girl and this morning he is waking up in jail. manatee county sheriff's office, they are looking for a prisoner who escaped. her name is shannon holmes. she escaped from the department of corrections bridges of america prison facility. she had been at that facility since may 25 on burglary and drug crg about where she is, contact the manatee county sheriff's of office. just ten minutes after getting into an argument with another driver, a motorcyclist was hit and killed. and now hillsborough county deputies are searching for a blue pickup truck they believed caused that crash. according to deputies there is a timeline here. 21-year-old zack marcano was seen arguing in a store parking lot with another man.
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they say he got on his motorcycle. he tried to leave, but the driver of that blue pickup truck followed him down the road. deputies believe the driver of that blue pickup truck hit him from behind and pushed time in a minivan. marcano died at the scene. >> he was a really good guy. he did everything for anyone. he was a really caring person. >> deputies are still trying to find the driver of that blue pickup have a lot of information to go on and unsure of the make or model. if you have any information at all contact the hillsborough county sheriff's office. a grieving community comes together to remember a brother and sister killed in a car crash early friday morning. >> our family and all of their friends remember them in your thoughts and prayers. moment of silence, please. >> sorboni: a moment of silence at frostproof high school at their football game
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the siblings were killed while driving to school when their suv was hit by a pickup truck. 18-year-old george was driving. his sister was in the passengers seat. at frostproof high to deal with what happened. >> they were really good people. they scared about the school and their education. and they are going to be missed. they had a big impact on everybody. >> sorboni: a this point deputies don't think speeding they think george pulled out and didn't see the oncoming truck. three men in the truck are in the hospital but they are expected to recover. another bombshell in the race for the white house. the fbi says they are reopening the investigation into hillary clinton's use of a private e-mail server after finding more e-mails that could be related to their previous investigation. of course this comes with just ten days to go before the election. >> alcides: fox 13's craig patrick breaks it all down and tell us how this could affect
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campaign are asking the fbi for details of this saying they don't see where this would reveal new information based on everything they have already seen, but the fbi will not comply with that. don't expect the fbi to release details of an ongoing investigation nor will the fbi likely conclude anything of this scope in matter of 11 days. so what this means is that this will dog hillary clinton through the election and possibly beyond. and with this, it puts hillary clinton on defense and donald trump wi on offense. it will dominate the news cycles. it will work against hillary clinton as an october surprise. keep in mind, that the hillary clinton camp was able to successfully push back against much of the e-mail controversy by saying the e-mail -- that the fbi had looked into this and found no criminal wr wrongdoing. they can no longer say this. and with this, it adds a new dynamic into the race on top of this wikileak.
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more to come from him. the fbi stressing they did not get any of this from wikileak and rather appears to have come from an investigation of all things the sexting scandal involving anthony weiner who is, of course, married to a close aide to hillary clinton, huma aberdin. they take devices that their home and found something that pooex their interest that have could a real impact on the presidential craig patrick. if you live in pasco, highland counties, you can start early voting. te polls open at 7 a.m. and stay open until 7:00 this evening. you go out to early vote. bring a current or valid photo id that includes a signature with you to the polls. more information on early voting including links to hours and locations on our web site at meantime we have new numbers on early voting. the hillsborough county
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have cast their ballots. friday was the fifth day of werely voting in florida and continues throughout the weekend and all next week across the bay area. all right, picture this. you wake up in the morning, you grab a cup of coffee, you walk out, front porch, and you see a six-foot boa constrictor. no way, no how, i would run the other way. that is exactly what this woman did too. she is living in sarasota on north beneva road. she called the cops the smile on his face. would you think he would be a little more scared or something but maybe he has done it before. >> sorboni: all in a day's work. >> alcides: exactly. officers showed up and captured that large snake. a picture of officer lundz strum. the snake is not hurt and safe at the animals service, but police are trying to figure out where the snake came from and who it belongs to. before the game, the atmosphere in and around wrigley field last night was intense.
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>> sorboni: yeah, coming up, highlights from low scoring game three of the world series. supposed to be a close game but the bulls dominated at ray jay, incredible plays by quarterback quentin flowers. if you were looking for something to do this weekend, it will probably be outside for part of it. temperature-wise outdoors, some of us would like to see more 60s on the map. 70s manageable here in tampa. 66, brooksville. could be worse, 79 in west october, but a windy day. it is 70 with a wind out of the northeast at 10. that will increase above 15 miles per hour this afternoon with mid-80s. any cooler air for halloween?
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are you jealous? maybe not. sorboni is not. a little taste of winter comes early for parts of the northeast. connecticut got their first bits of snow. some parts of the state got as it didn't hang around long. this got washed away from raining. >> sorboni: check this out in springfield, massachusetts. they got some snow. >> alcides: some. >> sorboni: quite a coating. upstate new york to the hit with a snowstorm and predicted much of the northeast is expected to have a pretty bad winter. i am predicting a lot of visitors from back home to come defrost here in tampa. you are shaking your head. >> alcides: you can't complain.
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kids dehydrating because of their halloween costumes. [ laughter ] >> lindsay: all relative. >> alcides: trunk or treat during the day. they are sweating. >> lindsay: we have the mid-80s guys coming in this afternoon. nothing worse than october and april snow though. you got to feel for them. 70 in tampa this morning on a typical late october morning. we should shoot for more 64, 65. average this morning, and the trade-off is this afternoon. at least we have that refreshing northeast breeze today. dew points are manageable in the mid-60s. really a lovely start to the day, just not cool, not as crisp as last weekend when we had the jackets. tampa net cam wobbling with the northeast winds. hop over to river view, limited cloud cover this morning. limited 60s this morning and more 70s on the map than low 60s. it is 66 though sun city
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73 in st. pete. the further north you go the cooler you are obviously. 63 crystal river. had some low clouds that lifted out of citrus county. 65 in dade city. lakewood ranch at 8. bartow at 68. 70 out the door at sebring, at times as the morning rolls on, the afternoon rolls or reason those winds will be up up to 15 miles per hour at times. st. pete with winds at 20. gustyest on the east coast and south florida though. our read information the mid-60s. where it stands not invictim rating but weapon stay there -- invigorating and we will stay there for the next days. weak low pressure to the south and you notice those breezy northeast winds today and tomorrow will be the breeziest
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for our weather to be this quiet. october is the fifth driest month of the year in tampa. on average we should see over 2 inches of rain. so far this month, we only got a couple more days to go. we have a little over an inch and a half of rain running dry for this time of year, noon, 82. we hit 86. warm afternoon. some of you enjoy it. head to the beach. do boating. on the water the waves are up. high clouds in and out of times futurecast, no rain antic anticipated. too dry for that. sunday, models paint a sprinkle south of the bay and overall, we should stay rain-free. 86 for today. warm and breezy afternoon with a mix of sun and high clouds. we are down to 69 overnight. still above average. it is manageable warmth though. sunset 6:48. remember we fall back next sunday. looking forward to a little more brightness earlier in the day. plenty of sun mixing through
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tomorrow. on the water, no advisories, no cautions, just a little you breezy. seas 2 to 3 feet. be aware of the moderate chop. low tide is right now today at 16 in st. pete pier. seven-day forecast show low pressure may develop in the eastern part of the country late in the workweek and that, in turn, will bring us to near normal. 83 friday for the trick or trick or treaters, not a drop of rain but warm about 80 at 7 p.m. the acc championship conversation, the usf football team needs to dominate. temples owns a tie breaker in east and bulls had a chance to do something they only have done once during the willie taggert era. beating a ranked employment. beating 22nd ranked navy. the bulls first drive of the game. a minute into it quentin flowers testing out that sore hamstring and he pass it is
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through the entire navy defense. 62 yards for touchdown. first quarter usf now up 14-0. and how about this. 85 yards to the house. the bulls score on their first three drives of the game at 21-0, usf. flowers on play action finds tight end elkina dylan 41 yards for the score. 28-0 before navy even got into the end zone. finally puts the midshipmen on the board rushing touchdowns for worth tonight. usf gets out early, stays out in front the entire game. 52-45. the final from raymond james stadium. the fall classic shifted to chicago with the series tied at one apiece. the indians played spoiler asked world series returned to wrigley field for the first time since 1945. the cubs fans were pumped. outside and inside the stadium.
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juiced for francisco lind or, justin grimm for a 6-4-3 double play. 0-0. indians are threatening with runners at the corners, coco crisp drives in the game's first run. davis gets thrown out at 3rd on the play. 2 final out with jason hayward at the plate. he reaches first on an error, and the tying base. the indians cody allen has baez reaching on this high fastball. it is game over. indians win it 1-0 and take the 2-1 series lead. game 4, of course, later tonight right here on fox 13 at 7:30. and that will do it for sports. have a good day, tampa bay. coming up at 8:30, sp sportsmanship at its finest. watch as a runner helps a competitor cross the finish
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to money. >> i feel like i am a bus businessman. >> sorboni: coming up the local class teaching kids to
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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. dana young is working to continue that success, by
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dana young for the florida senate. a return to common sense. how this manage money isn't always among the subjects that kids learn in school. what is going on here?
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a look at how kids handle cold hard cash before they even earn their first dollar. >> good afternoon. >> good afternoon. >> hi. >> hi. >> good afternoon. come on, baby. good afternoon. >> reporter: don't be fooled. this isn't an after school day care program. >> one, two. >> this $2. >> reporter: oh, no, the bugsy world of banking and commerce. the money is rolling. >> $2. okay, so here you go. $3. >> reporter: and businesses are booming did our budget for our business? >> reporter: sheila walker started her nonprofit kids doing business academy prep in riverview when she noticed the lack of basic knowledge of managing money in her comm community. >> i had kids on the van and they said, what is this? i was kind of floored honestly. i said this a bank. >> reporter: now she is helping these kids bank on their fu futures. >> we pretend we are buying stuff and we are like the bakers. >> reporter: with the free
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at financial skills. >> i put the bananas there for a reason and the toy there is for a reason. tell me what is a want and what is need when you went to purchase those items? you needed it? have he good. >> reporter: surveys from the national educators council found touching money management is big in teaching money and budgeting behaviors later in life. but relatively few schools relatively work personal finance into curriculums. >> we consider this business beyond school. today"survey show 30% of respondents thought their high school education did a good job teaching good financial habits. >> the earlier you learn about money, finance, how to present yourself in a professional environment, customer service skills, the better prepared they will be when they get in high school and college. >> reporter: here the kids create an imaginary business base on their interest.
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-- as a doctor. >> reporter: you want to be a doctor? >> i want to be a vet when i grow up to help animals. >> my business is going to be a fire engine. >> reporter: fire engines. you are going to be a fire fighter? they learn about everything from marketing to networking and management. >> excuse me. can i please see a manager. is there a manager at this store? >> our manager is shalise. >> when i grow up, i can be a manager and i know how this actually do showing only a little more than half of americans arefina financially literate, suiting up for success earlly a wise investment. >> so happy. i feel like i am a businessman. >> when they come in with their shirt and their ties, they say miss sheila, i feel so good. and that touches my heart. >> sorboni: and as far as the next step, the organization is hoping that local businesses in the community get more involved
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the time right now is 8:30. overnight, a hit-and-run driver killed a woman from tampa and seriously injured a polk county deputy. >> sorboni: an intensive search to find that driver happened in lake wales along state road 60, and kellie cowan is live at the scene. kellie, this is so sad. >> reporter: this is incredibly tragic and i can tell you up and down state route 60 now, deputies are stopping by every there are security cameras to ask for that footage so they can review it. they are trying to find this hit-and-run driver. here is what happened and this is what we know so far. late last night after 12:00, a woman was driving eastbound along state 60 -- state root 60 -- state route 60 going off this way. she veered off the road for unknown reasons at this point and crashed her car to this area just to the side of me here. she got out of the car herself. she was injured.
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she crossed into the median across the roadway here, and that's where a deputy found h her. the deputy stopped to help her. he parked his car. in fact in the roadway here in the left lane. detectives say deputy sheriff adam pinel aw 33-year-old jessica otero standing the grass just in the middle of the median. he stopped his patrol car and radioed in asking for medical he far as his radio calls go, 12:38. deputy pinel made his last transmission to dispatch. ems arrived just about a few minutes later, eight minutes later and found deputy sheriff pinel and miss otero with significant injuries. she was taken to lake wales medical center where she was declared dead, and deputy sheriff pinel is still there being treated with serious
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now on the hunt for the person responsible for swerving into the median, hitting those two people, including the sheriff's deputy and just continuing on. they are looking for a vehicle they sway significant damage to the front end. that's all we know so far. as i mentioned they are reviewing security footage from businesses up and down state root 60 right now looking for that person. but obviously anyone with any infoat office. for now, we are live in polk county, kellie cowan, fox 13 news. >> sorboni: hopefully those cameras reveal something. thank you, kellie. switching gears at 8:33, a breezy start to our saturday. a little warm. starting to heat up out there with low 70s in st. pete. check out those winds near 20. and that camera wobbling a bit. just as breezy in sirata beach. 73 here with high clouds.
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above average. 66, brooksville. 70 in lakeland. wauchula at 68. some of those high clouds are thickening at times coming in from the south and west and our winds coming in out of the east. they are just sustained winds and we will see higher gusts. up to 20 in st. pete. as we take you through the next couple of days. the warmth hangs on and the dry pattern also hang on. we like that for the trick or trick or treaters. sure, it will be warm but not as warm as last year's record a woman from st. petersburg is waking up behind bars accused of sexually exploiting a young girl for money. katilia seymour provided a 14-year-old runaway with a motel room. in return, child agreed to prostitution. seymour posted provocative photos of girl. the victim is now in dcf care. a florida appeals court has ruled the red-light camera program in oldsmar is not
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of ventura. the issue could still be headed to the florida supreme court. opponents say the cameras are illegal because the operating companies a third party and not a law enforcement agency. a scary site on the tarmac at ft. lauderdale international airport. a fed ex plane catches on fire. happened around 6:00. according to the faa, landing gear collapsed and cause a plane to catch on fire rolling down the runway. unharmed. you hear everybody reacting. a ground stop was placed at that airport until fire fighters could clean you were the scene. the plane had 40,000 pounds of fuel on board at the time. the runway was damaged. we don't know how badly. the airport reopened around 7 p.m. that runway where the accident actually happened is still closed. two south florida women are arrested and charged with election fraud.
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accused of opening absentee ballots and casting a role is for a mayoral candidate. investigators say she is linked to two votes and believe there may be more. 33-year-old tamika curgil is charged with unlawfully filling out forms on behalf of a group people united against medical marijuana. she submitted a number voter registration forms for people who did not exist at a cross country cha championships in north carolina. look what happens here 20 yards before the finish line, an exhausted runner from boston college fell to the ground and a runner from clemson ran to her side and tried to help her across the finish line. another runner from louisville also stops to help her. together all three of them finished the race. >> alcides: great spor sportsmanship. got to love that. >> sorboni: i love it.
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across. >> alcides: awesome. halloween is just a few days away. >> sorboni: after the break a pumpkin carving. >> alcides: you are. >> sorboni: just me? uh-oh. we are going to do it right. get lessons from the pros and get lessons from the pros and happen right here in our st @ >> alcides: we have something else? oh, we do. why not have food and drink all for a good cause. in earth watch, lindsay gives sustainable buzz event ?? halloween excitement is back at dunkin' with halloween donuts and munchkins. drizzled, decorated, and all dressed up for the season, pick up a box and share the fun. america runs on dunkin'. robert kearney: i fought for my country in kosovo and iraq, and i've been a republican all my life. but i'm the father of three girls. i can't stand hearing
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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. 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
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we are days away from halloween but are you looking for something to do to get behind up before they are all behind up on candy. how about pumpkin carving. showing off some of your creations joined by jonathan tyner one of the chefs. this is what it looks like when i carve my pumpkins also -- no, not at all. this is very artistic. we have frozen here. scary -- kind of old man here. >> we have a little dwarf >> sorboni: some sort of tr troll-type thing. what do you have. >> dead tree and batman. >> sorboni: always a classic. tell me a little bit about the art of pumpkin carving when it comes to not actually going deep in and making that mess with the seeds and then -- you go on the surface. >> actually what that creates is an easier pumpkin that will last a little longer. >> sorboni: true. >> you don't have to do the mess or anything like that. not carving through the inside.
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halloween for sure. >> and someone would just do what, draw on the outside. could they even trace something if they are not that artist particular? >> yes, little books. brought the sample in here. one of the little books we can boy and has on the inside justice tracing material. so you can just pass into the -- >> sorboni: fabulous olaf that we see here. that actually could be crazed. >> it was traced and carve it. you that's what you do. >> can you do it with normal found in your kitchen stuff because i am going to cheat a little bit and show them. look what they have right here. speaking of halloween. this looks like it could do damage in a horror movie but instead we are carving pum pumpkins. can you show me how hard it is to carve into the skin here. >> actually not that hard. if you look at it and use different tools. for example, if you use a regular kitchen knife.
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the skin so you basically -- do you it together. >> tell me what you are doing. >> you just take a little bit out to kind of accent it. >> you are holding almost like a pen for people -- >> a really good way to describe it. you are sculpting. so it is like writing. >> sorboni: so you are making very small massachusetts and may be something easier to do and if you wanted to go all the way through, could you. may not last as long. >> actually it will not last through halloween that fast. >> as far as lighting it. are kids okay with not having a glowing zack-o-lantern because characters you know and love. >> you can put spotlights on the outside. >> all right, thank you so much. john that be tyner and ricardo castro teaching us pumpkin carving skills -- i will just take this pun. i am just kidding.
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the search is on it is 8:45. the search is on for a home invasion suspect in citrus county. issued anwar rant for douglas spainger's arrest. they believe he may have been involved with a home invasion. believed to be in the area beverly hills or hernando or citrus county.
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seeing more cases involves gopher tower tes. in new port richey someone used a sinlder block -- this is incredible -- to repeatedly bash a turtle's shell and it was carrying eggs and had object euthanized. someone painted a turtle's shell. they got him all cleaned up. by the way they are protected by federal law. halloween is monday in tampa. no shortage of haunted houses to get new the spirit. many of tampa bay spots for paranormal activities from murdered mobsters to y yilted lovers to a deranged doctor, ybor city is full of its own ghost stories and some o the notable places charter review the carne chophouse, the cuban club and the don vicente hotel. i don't know buy it go to any of them. any time i try to do a haunted house, i get really, really scared and i think why did i phi come feel like this. >> alcides: you are paying for it. not an actual story, you are
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and you pay to be scared, i guess once a year you can handle it, right. >> alcides: not me. lindsay? is that your type -- >> lindsay: oh, no, no, no, no, no. i just watch the movies from the '70s. that's it. >> sorboni: braver than some. >> lindsay: that's true. maybe go outside and eat candy with the kids. that is more of your thing. the halloween forecast could be better, could be worse. a little warm out there throughout the day. warm t 7:00, that's when we will dip into the 70s. and refresher. if you were thinking, gosh, that is way too warm. last year, 89. we will take this year's 86. a dry day to be humid on monday and a dry day today. looking good. yes, it is a little warm. we are at 69. it is breezy the past two days, that breeze has been refreshing kind of helping it make it feel not quite as toasty in the afternoon. brookdale, bayshore showing limited clouds.
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check out what the northeast winds are doing. they can kicking up the wave as bit and a trend for the boa boaters. a moderate chop for the bay. 27 in sebring. 66, brooksville. 73 in st. pete. how about 80 -- near 80 on the east coast. could be so much warmer if we flip-flopped our winds. what we flip-flopped is the dew point trend. we have risen our numbers in the surface values with the moisture there. so our dew point are in the mid-difficulties. not quite as about five days ago. not quite as uncomfortable as it was earlier in the month. winds will be breezy out of the northeast. they already are in st. pete at 20. they are gusting to near 30 on the east coast and winds will stay elevated today. what stays lower are rain chances. not drop of rain today. sky tower catching a break, but what we are still tracking showers down in the keys. overrunning moisture bringing steady showers from key west points south and west. high clouds, those will be kind
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pressure in the caribbean not going to develop propcally, but that does exist there. high pressure to the north. a combo of the two keeping us breezy. snow thursday and friday in the northeast. today we have steady cold rain showers. chilly, 40 in burlington, vermont. 65 in chicago. if you were watching the world series here on fox tonight. that will feature jackets and breezy winds -- breezy winds in jacksonville but warm for florida, georgia. 85 for that 3:30 clemson tonight. huge game. fingers crossed not miserable. 8:00 the kickoff clear and ideal conditions. 85 for monday's high. 86 today and tomorrow. mid-80s hanging on throughout the next seven. above average in the mornings and afternoons. rain chances very low though. sun and high clouds. breezy winds at 86. 69 overnight. should be at about 64. a few clouds. quiet for any spooky plans. maybe going to one those
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clouds. north east winds at 15 knots. the boating one negative thanks to the breezy winds. take it esy. the seven-day forecast know so big changes. cold front may try to sneak in next weekend but at this point i don't see any real chill to the air in sight. we have some first bir birthdays this morning. look at some adorable first birthday viewers. chloe. happy birthday, chloe. she loves walking outside, playing -- watching the squirrels and playing with her siblin above. wish happy birthday to you turning one today, hugh. loves playing outside, reading books and eating bananas and avocados. good combination. happy birthday to jonathan. loves mickey mouse, minions and winnie the pooh and loves hanging out with grandma and grandpa. campbell kay and her little pumpkin shirt. she loves winnie the pooh as
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well, fall weather is finally here. a great time to get out and about in tampa bay and enjoy events. a good one going on next saturday is the sustainable buzz.
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we brought two wonderful guests, janet from the sustany foundation and chef taylor from james joyce pub and eatery cooking up a nice salad. thank you for coming in. >> thank you. >> lindsay: gearing up for are next saturday, the sustainable buzz. nose who don't know anything about it. tell us about it. >> sure, the sustainable buzz is put on by the sustany. it promotes sustainable and the sustainable buzz allows us to wonderful sustainable things about tampa bay. so we have an event that will be held saturday, november 5 from 6 to 9 at the straz on the river walk. beautiful weather. >> lindsay: yes, hopefully. >> fingers crossed that you will make that happen for us. >> lindsay: see what i can do. >> we will be featuring over 30 of our local restaurants, breweries, spirit and wine providers, silent auction, local music, live music, so we
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always do at the buzz, you k know, we always have something a little special. and so this year we will be focusing on -- or highlighting something that we feet is very porch because we depend on it for 30% of our food, and that is the honey bee. >> lindsay: the honey bee. >> the honey bee. we will have an on-site observational hive. aviaries and beekeepers will be there to talk to people lifestyle and bee-friendly yards because we think of it a lot of the food at the buzz would not be there were it not for for the bees. >> lindsay: learn about the bees, come out and eat good food and drink good brews. chef taylor will be working on our chopped salad. >> our seasonal salad. green leaf lettuce in it, candied pecans, chopped-up bacon, blue cheese, pears and apples.
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pretty hearty for a salad. i think it kind of knits where the sustany foundation. >> lindsay: bringing it all seasonal. bringing it back to us now. >> yes. >> lindsay: tell me about james joyce. you will be there again. >> we were there last year. we will be here this year. we had a great time last year doing it. >> lindsay: looks delicious. >> okay, it will be good. so, yeah, we are just excited, looking forward to being there. >> lindsay: a fun event for county, wherever, to come on out and support. how many restaurants this year. >> over 30. 30 restaurants and a lot of local brewer and local operations. they brew something special for us. so we are excited to see what that will be. >> lindsay: sport wonderful restaurants the brews and sustany foundation and looks like we are chopping up some pears and apples now for our salad. thank you both so much for coming in. want to remind you again on the
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screen so you can come out and support. >> tickets are available at s-u-s-t-a-n-y. check us out on facebook, twit remember instagram, all those great places to see who will be there. get your tickets early and see you there for beautiful wea weather. >> thank you so much for coming in. looks like our salad we will have to dry that. good luck at this event.
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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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