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bye-bye. anyway. right now on news channel 8 first at 4:00. now four headlines at 4:00, number one, halloween weather, here's a live look outside. we're going to show you the forecast in less than a minute. number two presidential politics as deat investigation into her emails, republican vp nominee, mike pence campaigns in the bay area. number three, guns and clowns, local law enforcement is concerned about parents carrying real weapons while trick or treating. and number four, fire ball, find out what's lighting up the sky on this spooky day, happy halloween, i'm josh benson, and i'm stacie schaible. this is first at 4:00. now to breaking news at this
winter haven. we want to go straight to eagle 8 reporter, paul, he has the latest. let me get right to it. here's the plane. it's a cessna. and the pilot is okay. i want to point that out first. a couple things you can see from this. it's out in a field. you can see the front part of the wing has damage to it. we're not sure why. and the front wheels are down. and the plane did grind through the ground and the pilot was able to get out wide. take a look at this. here's the track of the plane. at some point, the plane had some kind of trouble, made it down on to the field. you can see the path that the wheels took and eventually hit the ground here spinning to the side. the pilot is okay, that's the good news, and now they're going to try to figure out what exactly happened to this plane to have him land in this field or crash in the feel. however you'd want to call it. but right now we know the pilot is okay. and we will have more
available, in eagle 8 hd, news channel 8. thanks paul. right now we're going to get your trick or treat forecast. because it is that night, right julie? yes, and things look great for this halloween, kiddos i'm sure will enjoy this forecast. take a look at the lake club in lakewood ranch. 83 degrees out of the east between 5 to 10 miles per hour. no rain at this location. beautiful blue skies. it's going to stay this nice all the way through the trick or treating hour. out. maybe around 5:00 or so. temperatures will still be quite warm. in the mid 80s. for any of those heavy costumes, that may be toasty. this will be a nice light breeze. calm by 8:00 p.m., temperatures in the upper 70s. a very pleasant night for the kids heading out. temperatures at this point. sitting in the mid 70s across the board. we're looking at above average temperatures this halloween.
86? plant city. 85 in brooks victim. 89 in bradenton this afternoon. warm and breezy. the northeasterly flow continues. winds at 10 to 15 miles per hour. gusting at times. over 20 miles per hour. it will stay breezy for a few more hours. and we're definitely not going to be seeing any rain. look at our water vapor imagery. we've seen dryer air roll in today. the orange color is dryer in the upper levels of we'll drop back in the upper 60s as we head toward tomorrow morning. we'll have a full look at your workweek forecast coming up in a few minutes. well right now fbi agents are combing through hillary clinton's newly discovered emails. to and from clinton aid uma abadeen they turned up on her husband's laptop. the fbi team will narrow them down by date and weed out any not about government business. there's no way to tell how long
week from tomorrow. and the presidential candidates are focusing their attention right here in florida. indiana governor mike pence trump's pick for vice president is holding a rally at the st. petersburg clear water international airport in a couple hours. peter bernard is there with a preview. republican supporters are lining up early for the mike pence rally inside this aircraft hanger which will occur later on. the visit comes days after the fbi director revealed there maybe more warrant scrutiny. hats, t-shirts, buttons, and more, political swag for sale outside the venue where mike pence will speak. people waiting to get in tell me they want to see a change. >> he's going to get obama care taken care of. he's going to do so many things in his first 100 days. and i couldn't be more excited about it. >> he's defending trump donald trump's about face on the criticism of james comey.
leadership. donald trump is predicting a victory in the race. people i talk to hit on trump's platforms. >> we support mr. trump because of what's going on in washington. basically we've been very unhappy with the way the establishment and the leaders are running the country. and we feel this is time for change. >> pence himself says there's tremendous momentum in the campaign. we intend to have a live report when he takes to the podium. peter bernard, news channe area to win florida's 29 electoral votes. hillsborough county is florida's battle ground county. the vote correctly predicted the winner in 19 of the last 20 presidential elections. and today news channel 8's meredith shows us why this part of the state is so critical. >> hillsborough county's balance of registered democrats, republican, and independents makes it one to watch. brand new numbers out today
than 240,000 votes have been cast in early voting and by mail. so far, ability 15,000 more registered democrats have voted than registered republicans. of course we don't know how they voted. but every vote could ultimately help decide who our next president will be. >> the entire election in 2000 was settled by 547 votes here in florida decided who was president of the united states for the next about the candidates could be the reason why one or the other walks away with a one. and that is why you'll see a lot of clinton, trump, and their sarasota ghats here in hillsborough -- surrogates here in hillsborough county for the next week and a half. it's not just hillsborough that's important to trump and clinton. it's the entire i-4 corridor
around the 140-mile stretch of highway are diverse. while north florida is predictably republican and south florida remains strongly democratic. early voting is under way, before you head to the poles. check out our election guide. it's at wfla.com. it has everything you need to know. right now creepy clown costumes have many parents on edge. and we're being told some are considering carrying weapons tonight while trick or treating with their kids. dozens of people have reported e country, as far as we know, none of the clouds have hurt anyone. but law enforcement is asking parents who want to carry weapons to be vigilant and use good judgment. >> if they plan on carrying a weapon, we would hope they wouldn't feel they need to. but if they do, they do so within the law. and they do so reasonably. there have been several clown sitings in pinellas and pasco counties, authorities ask
tonight. still ahead -- >> a tragic reminder for anyone who has small children living or visiting their home. be careful where you put your tv, that's next. and also coming up -- >> a cure for hepatitis but the copayment is tens of thousands of dollars, i'm gail, and i'll show you how a bay area woman
right now a three-year-old hudson boy is recovering at all children's hospital in downtown st. petersburg. there were some scary moments for his mom and dad as their little boy was air lifted to the er after a large television fell on him. according to family and friends, the boy and his brother were playing and accidentally knocked an older model tv off the dresser. it fell on the toddler and when paramedics arrived, the boy was
think let's scare this point. the next thing you know you don't know -- the next thing you know you get shot, killed, stabbed. >> again we're told the prognosis for the toddler is good. sadly, many children don't survive something like this. the stats are scary, every three weeks a child dies from a tv falling on him or her. experts remind all parents to secure tv and furniture to the wall. now an 8 on your side alert. th cures for people fighting chronic diseases but the problem is patients can't afford the pulls. as gail shows us, that includes a drug known on the market for people with hepatitis c. in this 8 on your side medical report, i talked to one pasadena woman who found a way to easily afford this breakthrough treatment. and she wants to share her findings with others. wendy works full time and lives an active life.
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doctor's office called and said we have a birthday present for you. and i said what? and they said you have undetectable viral loads. and i was like serious? that's unbelievable. and it was. i burst out crying. because it always hangs over your head. now an update on wendy, in four weeks her hepatitis is undetectable. the drug is working. coupon. head to harvoni's official website. scroll to the bottom of the screen. you'll see this replacement coupon link. click on that. put in your first name, last name, zip code, and date of birth. if your doctor in fact tells you that you're eligible for this drug, it should be just that easy. and of course, we do want to thank wendy for sharing her story with 8 on your side.
world's most powerful radar and your storm team 8 forecast with meteorologist julie phillips. a gorgeous halloween this year. beautiful blue skies out in sun city center. 84 degrees. so it's a warm afternoon. but a nice one. not a cloud in sight. some dryer air has rolled in. we're not going to be dealing with any rain at all for tonight. at 9:00 p.m. we'll just have a nice light breeze around, mostly clear skies. temperatures sitting in the mid 70s. when you wake up tomorrow, we'll begin the day with maybe a little our northern areas, we saw some of that this morning. temperatures in the upper 60s as we head into the afternoon hours, we'll top out in the upper 80s, it's going to be another warm day tomorrow. temperatures well above average. so far this october, it's been a little bit dryer than normal. you're probably thinking it's been a while since you've seen rain at your house. in an average october we've seen 2.26 inches. it's all ready a dryer month. this month we'll only pick up
us for this time of the year. on radar right now, completely quiet across the state of florida. the only thing we're watching is some clouds. and a little bit of moisture as you head toward key west, besides that though, all is looking quiet at the moment. and expect it to stay that way. it's just warm. 86 in tampa. 85 in zephyr hims. 85 in we points in the 50s and low 60s. it just makes it feel a lot more comfortable outside. even with the warmer temperatures. outside right now. clear skies for the rest of halloween. it's going to stay warm as well. when you wake up tomorrow morning, comfortable temps, a little patchy fog in the northern area, as we head into the afternoon hours, it's going to stay dry, a little breezy,
then on wednesday we see a little change. a weak disturbance rolls through. and an isolated shower is possible wednesday morning and wednesday afternoon. most of us probably are going to stay dry again. there's that small, small chance we could see an isolated shower pop up on wednesday. so do keep that in mind. our temperatures are going to stay warm the next few days. notice we are well above average. average for this time of the year, 81 degrees. but we're tracking our next cold front. set to arrive on friday. and it should be a nice back into the mid to upper 70s. and we have great timing with this front as well. it's right before the weekend. as we head into next weekend, it's going to look really nice. double thumbs up from our emoji man. rain chances looking small if you're hoping to see rain at your house, not that likely with this front. you may see a passing shower. but the rain chances aren't huge. of course it's still hurricane season. it runs until november 30th.
the next five days. so quiet there. and on our eight-day forecast. it stays mostly dry. tomorrow, small rain chances wednesday and thursday. a few showers with the front on friday. as we head into the weekend, can you believe it? it's all ready time to fall back. set the clocks back saturday night into sunday. gorgeous weekend ahead. then of course it's halloween. we have video to show you from saint joseph's children's hospital. they held a trick or treat parade today. this is for the kids that were a little too si great they were able to do that. don't they look cute. especially when you have one that was extra cute dressed as a flamingo. but they all look great. i'm sure having a great time. halloween is a fun time. i'm glad they brought the kids that aren't able to go trick or treating. >> they deserve that. absolutely. thanks so much. a first at 4:00 consumer watch. we're going to talk about haunted realestate. a potentially haunted house known as stigmatized property.
if anything scary happened in the house unless it effected your property value. however, in one famous new york case a couple was able to get their money back, the court found that whether or not ghosts are real, the fact that the house had been widely reported as haunted effected the value. halloween makeup can be expensive and time consuming to put on. but it doesn't have to be that way. there's so halloween maup using things you have at home. >> if you still don't have a costume, don't worry, we're going to show you how to create a spooky and simple look. when it comes to halloween, you'd be hard pressed to find a creature more terrifying than a zombie. piling on tons of makeup to get that scary look can break the bank. but makeup artist michael kate believes it doesn't have to. >> there's a lot of household products you can use and save a
gardens hallow scream. and he's sharing some of his tricks and treats. >> usually zombies are pounding on things. whether it be doors, or people's heads. >> combing some conditioner through dry hair can give dressed up zombies that undead, unwashed hair look and petroleum jelly and flour can be used to make a fake wound. >> a lot of people buy this. it's a little expensive. let's say you wanted a cut, a long gash, you can run like that. and immediately you can see that. it can become a cut of some sort. >> a popular breakfast food can serve another purpose in the zombie world. >> oatmeal is great for texturing, mix that with some latex. lay it on the skin or the arm and it immediately makes the arm or the face look very dirty. >> after a quick lesson in halloween hacks, it was time for me to give the zombie look a trial run before trick or treating. >> this all ready looks scary
>> i hope so. a look that only took about ten minutes to create. according to party city, costumes that deal with the 2016 election and snap chat will be the most popular this year. reporting in tampa, mary maguire, news channel 8. and a reminder, make sure drivers and trick or treaters stay safe tonight. experts from children's hospital at vanderbilt recommend reminding excited kids they still have to watch out for cars. it's also a good idea for kids to ha stickers on their costumes or trick or treat bags. flash lieings and glow sticks are also helpful. but drivers need to be accessible as well. slow down on neighborhood streets. also this halloween, whether cameras in japan captured a mysterious fire ball hurling across the sky, take a look. you can see the fiery greenish dot for about 15 seconds before it vanishes right into the northeast. one astronomer claims the
than typical meteor. which is technically called a fire ball. and it's extremely rare. pretty cool though. coming up, something scary you might not want to think about this halloween, mosquitoes. we're going to find out more about that at 4:30. also a group of moms want you to vote yes on amendment number 2. that's the one in a would legalize medical marijuana. we'll hear from them in a few minutes. first a look at the nail biting loss. a real heart breaker to the raiders at home at ray jay. that's coming up next in first at get developments on the biggest stories with jen holloway, julie phillips and me. every night on great 38 at 8:00.
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drew the cowboys-eagles by 32%. the cubs win at wrigley field had the best rating for any baseball game in the last five years. world series game six is tomorrow night in cleveland. should be a good one. >> should be. getting close. now to the bucks. >> we pick up highlights from the bucks game late in the opening quarter. the bucks up 3-0. derek car is strip sacked by noah spence. howard jones corrals the fumble. next possession, that's russell shepherd. gets a second touchdown catch in as many weeks. 10-0. tampa bay. 10-3 in the 3rd when the oakland offense finally came alive thanks to 315-pound offensive tackle and former buccaneer donald pen, that was his fourth career touchdown. but then, you may have seen our second round kicker missing the extra point, the seventh missed kick. and what you're watching here
30-24. that was a heart breaker. and through most of the season, the buccaneers defense has bent but this weekend, it flat out broke. dan lucas was at raymond james stadium to see how it went down. he explains why sunday was not a day of rest for the buck's defense. >> they made the plays we didn't. simple as that. we just, you know, we ran out of gas that day. the managers needed one >> gassed and battered. the buck's defense fought for 84 plays. but play 85 did them in. >> it don't matter how many times we have to stop them. we need to stop them and we didn't. derek car threw the ball 59 times.
passing yards the 173 hauled in by amar'e cooper. the final pass to end it. >> those are two good wide receivers. and the quarterback that gets the ball out, we couldn't get enough pressure. it starts with them being on the field too long. i mean anything else i say will be an excuse. >> it wasn't like the defense was hurting itself staying on the field all day. the offense didn't do its part. in seven possessions in the second half in over time, five of them were >> sometimes i throw the ball and other guys are open. someone is always open. and find ways to get guys the ball. >> they just play really good. they play really good. they double me. if we get a big play, we'll get a negative play again. we can't do that. >> the jameis winston-mike evans connection, so good one week ago, could not click when it was most critical. a third down incompletion to evans gave the raiders a chance to win in regulation.
preventing the bucks from crossing mid field and a chance to end the game themselves. in tampa, dan lucas, news channel 8 sports. and we are getting a one on one interview with the coach for cutter's corner. you'll see that tonight at 6:00. nbc will air the buck- falcons came tonight. kickoff at 8:25, prime time programming will move to wtta on great 38. stay close. we're coming back with a lot more. and what is this in the z25eiz z16fz y25eiy y16fy ? know you have a dedicated advisor and team who understand where you come from. ?
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looking at 650,000 newly discovered clinton emails but her running mate believes the fbi's reopened investigation is actually in his words, jacked up enthusiasm for the campaign. tim kaine mentioned the fbi probe during a gathering with military families near camp lejeune today. he claims that the campaign will not be distracted and in fact is seeing more energy and activity. number three, the republican vp nominee is scheduled to county in an hour, he'll be speaking at saint pete clear water airport around 6:00 tonight, there he is, mike pence, we have a crew there waiting for his arrival. donald trump is campaigning in some traditionally democratic states. here he is in michigan at the first of two rallies there today. tomorrow he'll appear with his running mate in wisconsin, which that state hasn't voted for a republican president since ronald reagan's reelection in 1984.
probe of her emails. the democratic nominee charging the bureau as jumping into an election with no evidence of wrong doing with just days to go. >> meanwhile, donald trump is warming of a trial and constitutional crisis if voters election clinton. steve handelsman breaks it down for us from washington. >> donald trump went to michigan where he figures he now has a shot. >> thank >> her estranged husband's laptop, trump says will take hillary clinton down. >> we can be sure that's what is in those emails is absolutely devastating. hillary clinton was in ohio objecting to the renewed investigation. >> why in the world is fbi would decide to jump into an election with no evidence of any wrong doing with just days to go. there is no case here.
november 8th. a law enforcement source says the laptop has 650,000 emails she says she did not know they were on it. the probe began last night. agents with a warrant using software tools to isolate clinton-related state department emails and determine how many are duplicates, how many are new, and if any have classified content. president obama today gave the head of the fbi a pass. >> the confident that director comey has not taken steps to try to intentionally influence the outcome of the election. >> if clinton wins, she could be put on trial, sparking a constitutional crisis. steve handelsman, nbc news, washington. you may have seen the ad about pot-laced candy. people opposed to medical marijuana and the amendment in florida are using the ad to warn about the dangers of passing the measure.
the ad a scar tactic. backers of amendment 2 claim there's very little chance you'll ever find pot-laced candy in your child's halloween collection. >> there is no credible danger or credible threat of cannabis edibles winding up in your kid's halloween candy now nor ever. >> the backers of that amendment number two, medical marijuana in florida today marijuana is legal for recreational purposes, there are no reported cases of pot candy being handed out for halloween. millions are getting out getting ready to vote early, what does that mean for the election? >> with just eight days to go, mobilizing voters and getting them to the poles is key. and at universities across the state today, students were encouraged not to boo but to
democrats organized shuttles to early voting poling places and in the spirit of halloween, called the donald trump presidency the scariest outcome possible. >> it's particularly important that students show up to the poles because it's their future at stake. many of the issues that are being talked about, access to higher education, financial aid, reducing student debt, all of those things should be important to students and show them that they have a stake in who becomes our the university of florida, central florida, south florida, and florida international university all held similar rallies. early voting is under way right now. before you head to the poles. check out our election guide on wfla.com for everything you need to know. now is the big day for the kiddos. so we have your first at 4:00 halloween forecast with julie. >> it sure is. and the kids i'm sure loving
in south tampa. beautiful blue skies this afternoon. that's what we're seeing across the board. 84 degrees currently. along with the beautiful blue skies it's been fairly warm. winds light out of the northeast around 5 miles per hour. from downtown tampa, 86 degrees. you can see a nice view from our camera there. dew points sitting in the upper 50s. so yeah, it's definitely a little bit dryer than it has been. it feels a little bit more comfortable despite the warm temperatures. for trick pretty comfortable, if you're headed out earlier, maybe warmer. but for the most part, upper 70s to low 80s through the evening hours. a nice light breeze. and over all it's been a warm october for us. we'll go down the record books as the eighth warmest october for tampa. the average temperature, 78.2 degrees. and last october was a warm one as well. we're starting to get used to that. we'll have more on your full workweek forecast, coming up in a few minutes.
important to protect them from mosquitoes. officials statewide are taking precautions to ensure that the zika virus doesn't spread as children take to the streets tonight. news channel 8's john rogers explains. >> good afternoon, officials say that mosquitoes are most active at dusk which is right around the time that these trick or treaters will be going door to door. sarasota county officials stress that the zika virus has not been detected among mosquitoes locally. but there have been some residents who caught the virus disease, officials have been doing careful monitoring and testing. they're also providing free repellant and resources to help residents get rid of these parkway these -- pests. >> i think it's like anything, there's always risks. you can be as smart as you can and that's all you can do. reporting in sarasota, john rogers, news channel 8.
retiring from special ops something never been offered before. and my coanchor, jen holloway joins us live from our tampa news center. >> there are a lot of groups offering veterans support in a lot of ways, health care, homes, transportation, etcetera. but this group is doing something that no one has ever done before. they're giving veterans and their spouses something completely different. a special get away. not just for members of ops. but their spouses as well. >> to spend time together. be around other spouses that have similar experiences of being injured and what it's like getting those type of phone calls. it really meant a lot. there was a lot of healing going on for everyone. >> now this has never been done before in the united states. and i'll have the full story, tonight at 11:00 about this organization that started right here in tampa bay.
interesting parts. it's a local group. who came up with this idea in the first place. >> a gentleman by the name of gary markell. he's the man behind the program. he was watching tv one night and saw some veterans who were trying to go on vacation. and they really didn't have the opportunity. but he made it happen. but i'll have the full story tonight at 11:00. >> sounds good. jen holloway live in the tampa news center. open insurance begins on halloween. but don't be frightened. experts tell us there are several ways to keep it from being so scary. that's coming up. you'll want to stick around for these 8 on your side stories. >> imagine your phone ringing in the middle of the night. you think the worst is happening only to find out that it's a political robo call. we find out the explanation of the call that many got in the middle of the night over the weekend. pinellas county spends
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8 hd coverage is brought to you by your sun coast hyi it to stacy halloween edition. >> it's got to be spooky on a day like this. these are more cute than spooky. this is where we feature your pictures on tv. and we're starting today with this one. a sweet treat for halloween. look at that. wishing us a happy halloween. this is pretty in pink priscilla. lisa bower is her owner. she gets the cutest pictures of that dog.
channeling her inner monster this halloween. she wants cookies. thanks today in a -- dana cooper. she has a spooky little witch on her hands. josie wants to wish us all a happy halloween. and this one is from jacky sparrow, she thinks drivers in tampa can be sometimes downright scary. >> i hope that's not road. >> that's in her garage. that's plenty dark. >> i'd like to see some halloween pictures from tonight. you can send them to me by tweeting your pictures with the #sendittostacie. share them with me on my wfla facebook page. max defender 8, the world's most powerful radar, with meteorologist julie phillips. with all the kids excited
candy, glad we have a nice forecast for you. another view with beautiful blue skies. i've yet to see a cloud ott this hour. we're seeing warm temperatures at 84 in venice this afternoon. winds coming in out of the east/southeast between 5 to 10 miles per hour. and leading our headlines are the warm days we've been seeing. and above average temperatures continue for the start of the workweek. but we're tracking a cold front that arrives rain with the front. the big impacts will be tempt as we head into the weekend. temperatures drop back, we're looking at highs in the 70s next weekend. really shaping up nicely. waking up tomorrow morning, we'll begin the day in the upper 60s. and we'll top out in the upper 80s tomorrow afternoon. so going to be toasty, temperatures running well above average. we'll start to see some changes we the end of the week. 85 in apollo beach.
crystal river. temperatures are warm. but it's probably not feeling as sticky as this weekend was. we had a surge of dry air that rolled in. the water vapor imagery, that bright orange color is dry air sitting on top of us. that's why even though the temperatures are warm, the humidity is quite low at this point, probably still feeling fairly nice. for the rest of this evening, not too spooky this halloween, going to stay great. mostly clear skies. winds ease up. when you we had fog this morning. pasco, citrus, hernando, we could see more tomorrow morning. most of us looking okay. by the afternoon hours, mostly sunny skies, back many the upper 80s, on wednesday, we see a weak disturbance roll through. we bring in a small chance on wednesday. calling for a 10% chance of rain at this point. with the front on friday, we'll only bring the rain chances up to 20%. we fall back this weekend all
fall weekend finally again with temperatures topping out in the mid to upper 70s. mornings back in the 50s. so yeah. >> thank you much. >> change is coming. this halloween kids of all ages will bring home halloween treats. with all that candy in the house, are you guilty of secretly eating it? you're not alone. red fin recently surveyed 1,000 parents with children under the age of 18 and found 62% secretly eat their kid's candy.
reporter: even with expert advice a common mistake people make selecting the right health insurance plan is paying too much attention to monthly premiums. >> you could end up paying more out-of-pocket to fill prescriptions rca physician even when you pick what seemingly is the least expensive plan. >> reporter: this doctor is a profession of health policy at emory university and chairman of the partnership to chronic disease. his group conducted a survey just in time for open enrollment on american spheres about healthcare and health insurance. >> the scariest part of it is just not knowing where to start to compare the plans. >> reporter: the partnership's
pick a plan and the professor suggests you start with a pen and pad. >> you want to compare across the different plan choices that you have. whether your hospital is covered, whether your medications are covered, and if they are covered how much you pay out-of-pocket. >> reporter: 93% of insured americans are covered through employer-based health insurance, medicare or medicaid. all of which he says also offer incentives and wellness programs to lower health insurance costs. chris clackum, nbc news. we're in the final stretch and need just a little more help to reach our $100,000 heart walk goal for the american heart association. i want to show you video from last year's heart walk which drew more than 30,000 people to raymond james stadium because of you tapas heart walk is one of the biggest in the nation. we are $8000 short of our goal and today we want to say thank you to these viewers for their generous $100 donations that
. thank you very much. you will see different names scrolling each of today's newscasts. remember the people ikea are matching the first $50,000 we reason every dollar you donate counts as two. the walk is in less than two weeks, saturday, november 12 at ray j stadium and go to the website for details. a football player gets a penalty flag from for this. >> unsportsmanlike hugging. we will have details when first at 4:00 returns.
now let's look at what's trending online today. >> beginning with a hug that caused the problem. it happened in the first quarter of the seattle seahawks new orleans saints game and the seahawks safety earl thomas scored the first touchdown and a hug the side judge. the judge through a flag and while still in the embrace of thomas he was penalized 15 yards for unsportsmanlike conduct. >> there's a lot of pumpkin smashing on halloween but not like this. the elephaat play with these pumpkins. at the end of the of the lovefest one guy lays down and rolls in all the pumpkin goodness. that's a cute halloween video for you. >> we have more news coming your way and news channel 8 at 5:00 with jen and keith starts right now. right now on news channel 8
eight days until election day and fallout continues over another clinton email probe and just an hour away from mike pence speaking in the bay area. a radio call summoned officials to a grisly see. a woman killed, a deputy hurt and a driver on the run. and mail delivered to the wrong place or sometimes not at all. frustrated residents knew they better call behnken for answers. i'm jennifer leigh. >> i'm keith cate and thanks for joining us tonight. fallout continues for hillary clinton's campaign after the fbi's decision friday to re- examine some emails connected to clinton's private email server. the fbi director is not talking about it publicly but plenty of people are speaking out. national correspondent mark meredith joins us live from washington tonight and the white house has to walk a fine line with this one.>> reporter: keith they are because it was president obama who appointed the fbi director a few years ago and how close the fbi has to work with doj and the white house to get other work accomplished but as even talking about politicians in washington of voters all over