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from tampa bay's news one news station, this is "good day tampa bay." >> alcides: new this morning, a horrific crash leaves three people dead underneath an i-75 overpass. what investigators say caused contracrash. a dramati nevada for donald trump. look the athat, getting rushed offstage by secret service agents. this happy baby is about to hit the big-time. find out how rejection turned him into a modeling start with special needs. >> good morning. welcome to "good day tampa bay." the time is 6:00 a.m. on a sunday morning. i'm alcides segui.
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>> lindsay: it's refreshing with lower humidity. while it was warm yesterday afternoon, the trade-off is the mild and comfortable start to the day. i have a few sprinkles out the door. not many. should be a dwraet day to get out and enjoy and hopefully you remembered to tall back. sunrise is at 6:45, an hour earlier with the time change. it's a pleasant 64 in tampa. out the door more seasonable readings. 63 in brooksville and 65 in winter haven, st. pete look at you, 66 degrees. so looking back most of us in the blue. a couple degrees cooler, and only one batch of sprinkles to show you. you noticed that east wind has been breezy at times, so we have brought some patchy sprinkles north of tampa bay. these slide off towards the to west towards new port richey and lutz and citrus park. the cold front to the south, high clouds from the west today. a mix of sun and clouds this afternoon with that breeze kicking at times.
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good-looking day. we talk about the week ahead and let you know if there's cooler air in sight coming up. >> alcides: we're following a couple of developing stories this morning. the pinellas county sheriff's office is investigating a deadly deputy-involved shooter near lielman. two deputies responded to a domestic disturbance call around 10:30 last night on 64th street north. at the scene they saw 49-year-old john zamolla ramming a front pillar on their house with his pickup truck. after deputies approached him, detectives say he got out of the truck with a knife in his hand. >> as he came toward the deputies, she saw the knife in his hand and ordered him drop the knife several times. he refused, and he made a statement to the deputies that you're going to have to kill me. as they, again, tried to back up, he kept coming toward them, and as he was coming toward
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three and five feet away, the deputies fired several rounded striks him in the chest and he was deceased there. >> the sheriff says it's fortunate the deputies are safl. he had a history of mental health issues and had been drirnging after a year of being sober. a car accident on i-75 left three people dead. hillsborough county fire rescue say around 3:30 a.m. a car carrying four people was traveling northbound when guardrail and a concrete wall before falling underneath the wood bury road overpass. the car then actually caught fire with two people inside. they died at the scene. two other passengers were ejected. one died and the other is current at am tampa general hospital with life-threatening injuries. we will continue to follow this developing story. florida highway patrol is investigating this as well.
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donald trump rally in reno last night. the secret service pulled trump offstage during a speech after hear someone yell gun. trump was unharmed, but you can hear the screams from the crowd as supporters started moving away. 33-year-old austin crites was arrested in the incident. the secret service released a statement saying this, mr. trump was his secret service protected details after a commotion in the crowd immediately in front of the stage and an unidentified individual shouted gun. upon a thorough search of the suspect or subject and the surrounding area, no weapon was found. moments after trump returned to the stage to finish his speech. >> nobody said it was going to be easy for us.
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>> trump would later thank the secret service along with local and stalt law enforcement. officials say no charges were fighted, and late last night crites spoke with reporters and explained his side of the story. >> i literally just had one sign that said republicans against trump. when i pulled out the sign, people around me were trying to grab the sign. so all that was occurring was booing, of course, when you expect. you're in the middle of rally. people are booing and saying get out of here and yelling profanities. because they couldn't grab the sign or whatever happened, bam, i get tackled by all these people who were just like kicking me, grabbing me in the crotch. >> alcides: in the final push before tuesday's election, it looks like donald trump will make a final appearance in the bay area. he's holding a rally at the sarasota fairgrounds tomorrow at
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get tickets on his campaign website. [ music ] on the democratic hillary clinton's running mate tim kaine rocked out on the harmonica lass night in st. pete with jon bon jovi. kaine spoke for less than ten minutes afterwards pushing anyone that hadn't voted to win florida. after the rally was over, though, a bus in kaine's motorcade was hit by a pinellas county deputy's cruiser. the sheriff's office was says the incident was caused by two deputies colliding in the median. it was making its way onto i-375 on eighth street north whether it happened. the bus suffered minor damages, and no one was hurt. if you made your decision and you want to vote ahead of election day, some of you have
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in fact, early voting has already ended in many parts of florida, but those in hillsborough, pinellas, as well as polk still have time. you can cast your ballot starting at 7:00 this morning, so just about an hour until 7:00 p.m. in preparation for those that wish to vote on tuesday, polling stations across the bay area with getting things ready. hundreds of polling clerks picked up election supplies on saturday. everything from cell phones, ne needed. you need to have proper identification and know the ballot ahead of time. >> look at your sample ballot and be ready to vote when you get here. it's not a long, long ballot, but there is quite a few issues on the ballot. >> yeah. one of those issues is whether or not the state will legalize medical marijuana. it looks like amendment 2 is gaining support. most state polls show it with more than 60% required for
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received about 58%. supporters say they've changed the amendment's wording to tighten oversight. of course, for all of the latest up-to-date information in these final few hours before election day, you can go to our website, you can also download the fox 13 news app for when you're on the going. a 24-year-old man remains behind bars this morning accused of killing a teenager at a tampa hotel on police say 17-year-old kelly stacy jr. died there last weekend in what many call a drug-related shooting. police arrested leroy johnson saturday in connection with that. the fdle continues to investigate a shooting this morning involving a plant city police officer. investigators say around 2:00 yesterday police got a call about a theft at a store downtown. an officer caught up with that thief just about the time he was
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and that's whether investigators say the officer shot in self-defense. >> it's scary. just got to be careful and watch who comes in the store. we heard the gunshots and saw people running, because they were scared as well. >> alcides: there's no word on the suspect's connection or condition rather. the officer was not hurt. still ahead right here on "good day tampa bay," a new disturbing detail on a south carolina man caught container. what he confessed to authorities. this is embarrassing. i'm trying to get into my office on g street and davis, and i have this huge turkey surrounding my car, circling me, and i don't know what to do. >> that's the weirdest story, isn't it? the town where turkeys rule the streets and terrorize residents. not and you hear about normally,
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see that the. some of us woke up refreshed and hopefully you changed clocks last night. it's coming up in 30 minutes, the sun. that's an hour earlier. 66 in st. pete with a northeast wind. plenty of 60s this morning and a few sprinkles, too. we talk about where those are at and and look ahead to the work week. it will be a good week ahead coming up. at longhorn, tonight's special: great steak pairings. a center cut sirloin with a choice of bacon-wrapped shrimp, baby back ribs, or parmesan crusted chicken. you can't fake steak. longhorn steakhouse. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me."
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time now is 6:xx.. a twisted story continues to a twisted story continues to unfold out of south carolina this morning where investigator say the man accused of keeping a woman chained inside a metal container for months confessed to our other killings. they say todd kohlhepp admitted to the murders at a motorcycle shop in 2003. investigators say the registered sex offender led them to the burial sites of two other victims on his property. this comes after the discovery of charles carver, the 32-year-old vanished with his girlfriend kay lay brown in
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up inside a metal container on the property. detectives say it's possible more bodies will be uncovered. a u.s. soldier from houston, texas has been identified as one of the several soldiers gunned down outside an air force base in jordan. 27-year-old james moriarty served three tours in jordan and was in the army special forces. his father, a marine veteran himself, spoke to our sister station by phone saying his son was finest >> i've had people say you adjust. i don't believe them, but they say that and maybe they're right. but this is a devastating loss. >> alcides: the details of the incident are still unfolding. jimmy was weeks away from returning to houston to visit his family. the white house was on lockdown saturday after a man
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a secret service officer confronted the man walking along pennsylvania avenue and was arrested after a brief struggle. he now faces several charges including carrying a gun without a license. president obama was not at the white house at the time. he was playing golf at andrews air force base in maryland. doesn't this sound nice? i was talking to lindsay about this a short time ago. election day will be a paid holiday for thousands of workers across the u.s. this year. general motors is one of many a paid holiday. other companies include ford motor company, hearst publishing and the digital media company thrill list. there's no federal law requiring workers to get off to vote, and state laws vary. we were talking about this earlier on "good day tampa bay." i was covering a story, the ymca was offering free child care, at least some of them across the
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you get out of work at 5:00, 6:00 and you have to pick up kids and it makes it complicated. >> it slows you down more with the kids. >> you you have to make it easier. you have to go out and vote. >> we both remember to fall back or we wouldn't be here, but hopefully you remember to do so at home. >> alcides: i love it. >> lindsay: i don't know if i loved it. an hour earlier sunrise and the sunset is earlier as well. if you're ready for a brighter start, you love that. if you want a coole have both this morning. look at that. nice sunrise in the works. it's been months where it's been so dark in the 6:00 hour. i'm happy to show you the fact there's more brightness coming up. a few clouds moved in overnight and cooler temperatures greeting us this morning by a few degrees in spots compared to this time yesterday. dupes are low, so it's comfortable and above average, believe it or not. we should at about 62 this time of year. lots of 60s this morning, and even st. pete.
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most mornings this entire season you've been in the 70s. it's 64 in west chase, and 64 in new tampa and inverness 63 and bushnell 63. comfortable, cool readings. if you don't like the cool, with that brighter start to the day we warm quicker, too. 64 inglewood and frostproof had plenty of low to mid-60s. only a few degrees cooler but noticeably air moved in all day yesterday with a nice evening. got a couple tiny sprinkles, leftovers from some rain believe it or not on the east coast last night. these are patchy sprinkles riding novrt north and west not amounting to rain measurable in nature. you have a couple from new port richey to citrus park. those passed odessa as well. here are the high clouds from the west today. you notice a few more clouds
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times. how about cool fall-like air from chicago to lexington to atlanta. we opened the door for some of that milder air, and we may see slightly cooler air over the upcoming weekend. that's what we track throughout the week. we are watching the comfortable air this morning. dew points in the 50s and 60s, and really in the days ahead we stay in the low to moderate humidity range wednesday and thursday creeping up a little bit as we may see a slight chance of a shower moving in from the gulf. how ou northeast. they're not breezy this morning. they're sustained at 5 to 10 miles per hour. but through the afternoon we go. you notice those winds are breezy at times out of of the comfortable direction in the northeast. a mix of sun and clouds this afternoon, and, of course, the sun sets before 6:00 tonight. we had a chance to put the darker icon on there for you. the breeze helps, and humidity stays low and enjoy the day. tomorrow looks nice, too, if you have the day off. 64 overnight.
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cloudy skies. sunset is 5:42. that's the change. we keep the humidity in check on monday and tuesday. 83 is our high to start off the work week. on the water we drop the small craft advisories, and that's good. still a bit breezy so take it easy out there. next tide is a low tide before 1:00 this afternoon on st. pete pier. we have to get through friday to drop highs in the 70s, but the average high is 80. this isn't should be this time of year. no weather issues at the polls on tuesday. >> alcides: now to a bizarre story out west. one california town is overrun by angry turkeys that prompting locals to make frantic calls to 911. we have the story. >> reporter: without a doubt november is the month to talk turkeys, but with turkeys crowded the main drags, folks
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months. to 911 dispatchers. >> how can i help you? >> yes. this is almost embarrassing. i am trying to get into my office on g street in davis, and i have this huge turkey surrounding my car circling me. i don't know what to do. >> i can't leave. i can't go anywhere. i'm literally stuck between two -- i'm here in the building. they won't leave. it's just standing here, and i got to get >> there's a turkey between fourth and that's running around like chasing after people. >> those are just some of the pleas for help phoned into 911 by davis dialers crying foul about fowl. as many as 100 birds have roameded the streets over the last decade with dozens hanging out in a city's cemetery.
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that davis city councilmember voted on a new turkey management plan that allowed some of the birds to be killed while others will be trapped. >> alcides: the cost of the new plan is over $20,000 the first year. keeping up with it could cost more than $1,000 a year. wow. when we come back, you could call it loaded laundry. with some washing machines exploding like bombs, w to this is mike's office. if he doesn't show up, he doesn't get paid. too often marco rubio didn't show up and failed us when he did. i am patrick murphy.
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>> alcides: what if we told you your washing machine could break your jaw? it's true. it's one of the several problems reported with samsung washing
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about the recall. >> they have to israel these washing machines, 2.8 million of the to top load including a broken jaw. you might remember this was an issue. there was a warning this was a problem. there was some video at that came out showing that the washing machine on the rapid sin cycle could actually dislodge some of the parts and people were getting injured. >> what should people do? i'm looking at the >> imagine if this happens in your house, and that's the whole problem here. 34 different models are affected, so the first thing you want to do, head to our website and check to see if one of the models you have if you own a samsung top-loader is affected. contact samsung. i always suggest going to want point of purchase, the store you got, and they can direct you quickly and help you get a repair kit, a refund, other a partial or entire refund on the
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overloading the washing machine, or is it a variety of things? do we know that? >> reporter: there's actually a lawsuit against samsung because of this saying a washing machine should not have this issue with normal use. >> alcides: even when you overload it, right? >> if it's overloaded and you use the rapid spin cycle, the only solution samsung offers up right now other than the repair kit, in the interim they say don't use the rapid cycle and use low spin cycle. use iten careful. it's a problem with the drums being off-balanced. what happens is when you put it on the rapid spin cycle, it will dislodge some of the parts and in some cases shoot it out completely and that's where you wound up with the injuries like a broken jaw. >> alcides: lawsuits i imagine are pending at this point? >> in august some customers came together and said we're suing for this, because this shouldn't be happening at all. the recall separate than the lawsuit. this was a warning. the warning actually came out
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dealt with the entirely separate issue with the phones, the note 7s catching on fire. a lot of problems for samsung right now with their products. >> do they give repair kits or tell them to return them to the store or manufacturers? >> repair kit is free. you can ask about a partial refund and ask for your money back and ask to return that entire sam subject washing machine and get it replaced. that's why i say go to the actual store where you went. they can facilitate it as long as you don't have it on high like you said? >> they say that's the suggestion, would i use it after seeing that video would you? it's a buyer beware thing. now you know this is a problem. if you have one of those 34 models, i wouldn't use them. >> i don't think i would either. >> exactly. >> sorboni, thanks so much. have a weekend. >> lindsay: it's cloudy in spots and cooler areawide. check out the 60s.
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from tampa bay's number one news station, this is "good day tampa bay." >> alcides: good morning. thank you for joining us this sunday for "good day tampa bay." i'm alcides segui. weet we'll get to dwrur forecast in a minutes. the pinel investigating a deputy-involved shooting. they responded to a domestic disturbance call up around 10:30 last night on 64th street north. at scene the scene 24-year-old john zamolla was ramming his wife's car and knocking out a front pillar on their house with a pickup truck. >> as i got out of the truck, he had a knife in his hand.
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knife and knife that causes serious injuries. as he came towards the deputy, they saw the knife and ordered him drop the knife several times and refused. he made a statement to the deputy, you're going to have to kill me. >> both deputies fired and killed him. he had a history of mental health issues and had been drinking after a year of being sober. a dramatic night in nevada for donald trump. he was rushed off stage by secret service agents. it happened while making a speech in reno. soon after, police officers escorted a man out of that rally. the secret service says no weapon was found, despite a person yelling, gun. trump did return to the stage, thanked secret service and finished his speech. if you've already made your decision and you want to vote ahead of election day, for some of you today is the final day. early voting has already ended
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and polk still have time. you can cast your ballot starting at 7:00 this morning until 7:00 p.m. election officials urge voters to have proper identification and know the ballot ahead of time. >> lindsay: it's 6:32. the time change brought the sunrise an hour earlier in 15 minutes. even though we have some clouds, it's a beautiful one out the door this morning. check out the temperature in tampa. it's 66. it being loo looks there will be breaks in the clouds today. at least we have the mild air right now with the northeast wind. humidity is low, and temperatures are lower than this time yesterday area-wide. it is 62 in leesburg, 63 in new port richey and even st. pete and clearwater at 66. around the state the only 50s are in tallahassee, gainesville and jacksonville. panama city, that 48 snuck in
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sprinkles. we discussed them over the past 30 minutes. they are exits west of tarpon and in and around holiday, you may run into that. these are spotty raindrops that popped in southeastern pinellas that don't amount to much. that rain chance today is less than 10%. high clouds, though, coming in from the west the next few days ahead of a weak rainmaker for wednesday, and in the meantime today and tomorrow you notice the low 80s making a comeback but less breezy tomorrow and less get out and enjoy the day. >> alcides: thank you very much. a man's death in bradenton this week was the result of jealousy. a woman lied about having an affair to make her cheating husband jealous. her angry husband, according to investigators, shot and killed the other man. we told you about the shooting death of randolph on thursday. investigators say derek frazier was that other angry husband. he's charged with second-degree
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veterans day is still nearly a week away, but tampa bay is already celebrating those who served our country. on saturday service members along with the hillsborough county sheriff's office march down hanley road in tampa for the veterans day parade. families line the streets and got to see floats as well as marching bands. investigate veterans daily will be observed this coming friday on november 1 # 1th. charges are upgraded for a the death of a woman in largo friday night. police have charged edward gillian with first-degree murder. autopsy results show that she died from strangulation and blunt force trauma. on friday officers were called out to the mobile home park on north 142nd avenue to check out a disturbance and found wells dead. gillian was originally charged with aggravated domestic battery.
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as far as they knew, gawker media founder nick detton was preparing for appeal. he landed a $140 million judgment from a pinellas county jury after the site posted a sex tape of him online. denton hopes the settlement will allow staff to go back to work with fewer distractions, but some employees say the settlement represents a surrender under recently agreed is paid $131 million plus a percentage of proceeds of gawker sale to univision. iraqi special forces continue to defend themself from counterattacks this morning launched by isis fighters in mosul. the news comes as iraqi troops press into densely populated parts of the city and face a new kind of battle. snipers and heavy artillery were heard through much of the night. there are reports of people
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the special forces entered the city on tuesday following two weeks of heavy fighting. meanwhile, pope francis has long been an outspoken advocate for the millions of migrants and refugees fleeing europe. while speaking at the vatican on saturday, he denounced what he calleds the scandalous amount of money governments and world institutions have found to save banks but not people. the pope went a step further calling the current treatment migrants in the mediterranean shameful. still ahead on "good day tampa bay," a little guy is opening doors in the modeling industry. we'll tell you that. and this 15-month-old really knows how to work it, but getting to this point was an uphill battle. we'll tell you his story coming up. this week on "fox news sunday," after more than a year of a polarizing campaign, america chooses.
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polls, live reports from the trail, and interviews with both campaigns. first, the republican vice presidential nominee, governor mike pence. then hillary clinton's chief strategist joel benison. plus we ask our sunday panel about early voting and the impact of the fbi's renewed investigation. investigation. all this week on "fox news hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of
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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 . 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. andrew warren for state attorney.
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welcome back. look how cute that little guy is. later this week a little boy in georgia will become the next big models star. his story recently went viral. his mom shared his photo and her frustration about the lack of essential needs children in the modeling industry. new this morning katie beasley shows us how one rejection opened the door to many others. >> asher nash is just like any 15-month-old. he loves to talk, blow kisses and dance. >> i know that babies love the atte attention, but something about asher in front of people and the camera, it's like he knows he's supposed to put on a show. >> reporter: megan sent in his photo for open casting calls. for a while she heard nothing back and then she was blown away by the response she finally got. >> i was told that they did get
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they did not specify that they were looking for a baby with special needs. and so my first question for them was, well, did they specify that they were not looking for a baby with special needs? >> she was hurt and turned to facebook and the organization change in beauty. >> they encourage families to call out brands not working with people with disabilities yet. i called out oshkosh and i used us. asher also loves to wear their clothes. >> her post went vinyl garnering more than 124,000 shares and so many kind comments. >> i know that all parents, you know, are biased and believe their children are beautiful, but the fact that the world took to his pictures the way we look at him is so amazing. >> also amazing was the response from oshkosh and carter's inc. who wanted to meet him immediately and invited him to
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>> it was incredible. they welcomed us with open arms. then we got a call. we got a call last week, and they actually invited him in to shoot for their holiday ad this year. so we are confirmed on november 8th asher will be shooting with oshkosh. yay! yes, i will. >> reporter: for megan and asher it's a small victory in a much bigger fight to show children with special needs should be included and down syndrome does not >> it was not about asher getting into modeling and being in that advertising. it was just about making that change so that the world sees more people with disabilities in the advertisement. >> reporter: it's working. since making headlines, asher had done work on photo shoots for kids 2, a company with several brands. >> this has opened a lot of doors. we've been contacted by several other companies who are ecstatic.
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and so i'm just -- i feel so proud as his mom because everybody else, you know, saw that story and now they're trying to make change their thing and this is something we want to be part of it. >> reporter: katie beasley, fox news. >> alcides: the young man does have a beautiful smile, doesn't have a beautiful smile, doesn't he? amendment 1 is endorsed by florida's firefighters... because it does solar the right way. amendment 1 protects consumers from scams, and unsafe solar installations. safe solar
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putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted
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and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good. why are out-of-state billionaires attacking amendment 1? because amendment 1... stops. their. subsidies. with amendment 1, you don't pay for someone else's solar. to stop unfair subsidies, vote yes on amendment 1. alright a quick check on sports >> alcides: the time is 6:45.
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morning. the lightning are back to their wins ways after beating the devils on home ice. there was a goal and assist. the bolts cruised to victory on this one, 4-1. with last night's win, the lightning move back into second place in the atlantic division. one issue, though, head coach jon cooper wants to address. tampa bay has allowed the first goal in eight out of 12 games. cooper says the team needs to figure out a way to make sure their starts are a bit the lightning travel to south florida to play the panthers on monday night. even though the bucs don't play today, fox 13 is still your home for everything football this sunday. we start with scott smith's "tailgate sunday" beginning at 10:30, followed by fox nfl kickoff and fox nfl sunday. then the eagles and giants, which will be a good game, beginning at 1:00. if you're waking up this morning, it's nice and chilly outside.
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door and sunrise. it's an hour earlier. a lot of us struggled waking up because it's been dark for so long. the trade-off to the time change is the brighter start to the day, although we have clouds mixing in there and you see a couple of raindrops. we had a sprinkle pass through the camera. this is from the all children's hospital cam in st. pete. not expecting any rain in most spots today and really through most of the week. but we had one or two sprinkles already this morning. 66 dre towards tampa. this northeast wind, we love this wind. this is the one that brings in the drier and slightly cooler air. there's a north wind in lakeland, and here are clouds shielding the sunrise this morning. officially we passed it at 6:45. 64 in lakeland with a north wind, but 64 is where we should be this time of year. our average low is about 62 to 64 degrees. 66 in sebring and tampa, st. pete and sarasota.
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you're noticing, and if you were up at this time yesterday, not only was it a few degrees warmer but it was about as comfortable as it is right now. we're only 2 degrees cooler in tampa but 5 in sarasota this morning. you are noticing that in some spots it's fairly cloudy. clouds come in from the west the next few days, and at the same time our swift northeast wind will pull in symptom clouds from the atlantic. that's what happened is triggered a few overnight. what's left is not much. let's zoom in to see if they make it the ground. these are passing west of pasco county this morning and also one small little sprinkle that is now exited. pinellas park may see a brief rain drop and nothing major. low to moderate humidity all week long. the northeast wind that at times was breezy yesterday is not breezy right now.
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times today that wind picks up. here are the clouds. we have high pressure to the north. that's a cool high, and that's the reason why we wake up to the milder start to the day. here's high pressure. look at all the 30s and 40s this morning. it's a chilly start. jacket weather for columbia, bristol and columbus in the mid-30s. taking you to texas, mild with some raining building, and this is what we watch across the western gulf until the middle part of the week and a little disturbance as it pushes east and throwing clouds wednesday and even a chance for a few with sunshine mixing through, we're in the low 80s the next few days. 83 today and tomorrow. tonight back in the low to mid-60s. 60s in brookville and 64 in tampa and 64 in lake placid. on futurecast not much rain today and any sprinkles exit this morning and scattered clouds and northeast winds this afternoon. that means at the bus stop tomorrow morning, windows down
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the west, and we may sneak in a shower but that won't be until wednesday, mainly quiet this week and next weekend if it works out it's cooler than where we're at right now. a mix of sun and clouds and some of them hanging around tonight and down to 64 degrees. monday back to the low 80s but humidity is staying low even though it's warm for some of our liking. let's check out the seven-day forecast, because here we go. the morn is cool, and the afternoon is warm. look may sneak in cooler air across the east coast. if that pans out, we have highs in the 70s. again, that's six days away, so we'll watch it. still to come on "good day tampa bay," you could call it a jetski that flies. whatever you think of it doesn't matter. ilts the it's the newist thing to land in tampa bay, and our
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and i approve this message. earlier this >> alcides: welcome back. ilts it's 6:53. earlier this week a night fly school opened. it's not for traditional pilots. as lloyd sowers found out it's a far cry from a normal airplane. >> very, very cool. brings a whole new dimension to
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>> we'll start up. we're good to go. start it up. thanks. okay. you all set? >> ready to go. it's coming up. >> super easy. okay. so you can see how easy and simple that was. >> that was great. >> you got the windows out and the wind in your hair. you want to take the controls a little bit? >> sure. >> all right. you got the controls. >> that's great. i'm actually flying a plane right now. >> take over the controls real
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>> yeah. >> i like it. i like it. >> you can kind of get down in here and do some sight-seeing, yeah. >> it's like a wave runner or a snowmobile, xpt you're flying. >> go down there and do water landing and taxi around the water a little bit. it's similar to that with the same kind of characteristics. we need to get ourselves in a radius turn here. it turns really tightly. you can feel it, you know. >> right up on the right up on the edge. yeah. >> all right. so we'll get ready to do some water landings. gears up and flaps are down and one runner is up. landing check was complete. >> nice, nice. wow. that's awesome. >> we're going to stay up on the step a little bit, so basically we taxi around. go to the left and go to the right.
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>> now we just go full power. we're flying. >> all right. >> all right. gears coming down. gears down locked for land and flaps are up. full stop. >> charlie turns cross winds and staying in the pattern of run way 4. >> thank you, josh. i appreciate it. that was fun. i really liked the water landing a lot. that was so smooth. i didn't expect it to be that smooth. > it's nice and super easy, isn't it? >> alcides: they say the planes are the safest in the sky. each one has a parachute that actually lowers the entire airplane. for more information on that air craft, go to our website,, and click on the "seen on tv" link.
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out of brandon this morning. a car goes off over an overpass kills three people. there's a live look right now coming from an fdot camera. you see one lane is slow-moving. again, this happened very early this morning. three people were killed, horrific crash. we continue to follow the developing story. we're going to send a crew -- actually, a crew is on the way. they should be there shortly. again, "good day tampa bay" continues right after this. stay with us. in two drama should be over, but today is your final chance to hit the polls early. what you need to know if you're what you need to know if you're headed out to earl this is mike's office. if he doesn't show up, he doesn't get paid. too often marco rubio didn't show up and failed us when he did. i am patrick murphy. to get things done, you've got to show up. you've got to work together. whether it's protecting social security and women's health care or growing the economy,
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. >> alcides: welcome to "good day tampa bay." we have a sad story out of hillsborough county. this is a live look woodbury. we understand that three people were killed in the crash, including a father who was 31 years old and two of his children, a 9-year-old and a 5-year-old. there was a woman in the car as well. she was transported to tampa general hospital. we understand that her injuries are serious. so, again, we start this morning with a sad story. horrific crash, three people


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