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y25egy y16fy . good morning and thank you for joining us. we have a look at the weather to start, ed. >> good morning. it is 7:00 and still we have about a half hour, 40 minutes away from the sunrise this morning. but we are expecting a few clouds to get us started this morning. all in all not a bad shot from downtown tampa, temperature now down to 68 degrees and still relatively mild this morning. the wind are steady, right now out of the north northeast around 8 miles an hour.
here, 50s to the north. look at the actual air temperatures, 66 in plant city, and brooksville with 63. going through the day, we'll see passing clouds through the day and it will be fairly breezy, gusty at times. tonight partly cloudy skies expected then a general mix of clouds and sunshine for tomorrow. not a bad weekend coming our wa looking dry. down the road, we have rain chances to talk about. on the campaign trail this morning, the race for the white house is entering its final three days. candidates are fighting hard for florida's 29 electoral votes. donald trump is in tampa today and hillary clinton will be in south florida.
and tomorrow mike pence will be in panama city. overnight trump added a new campaign stop in florida, back in the bay area on monday for a rally in sarasota. donald trump is turning his attention to tampa bay this morning, holding one of his final rallies at the state house. >> reporter: the gates opened an hour ago and these people you see behind me are still waiting to get in because they are not open yet. these people don't care about sleeping in on a saturday morning. they are out here to show their support for donald trump, saying things like, make america great again, and lock hillary clinton up. i'll give you a listen. of course this will be another
where he hopes to energize even more voters. yesterday he was in new hampshire and hershey, pennsylvania. today he's expected to talk about obamacare, government corruption, criticism of the media because he says it favors clinton, lost jobs and trade deals, and the foreign policy clinton designed as there are older people, younger people, babies, and one first time voter feeling strongly about being up early this morning. you said you're out here because you have a lot of issues with clinton? >> absolutely. mike pence said it best in the second presidential debit. if anybody else deleted those e- mails, they would be in jail.
server. so why isn't she in jail? >> it's a huge election for the country. how excited are you to vote for the first time? >> i'm excited. words can't explain it. >> thank you very much. there are so many more excited people here, as you can see behind me. and thousands of people came out less than two weeks ago to support donald trump. hundreds are already here and this doesn't even start until 10:00, so we are expecting a lot more people here this in huge crowd out there this morning. thank you. the clinton campaign is focusing on multiple battleground states the last few days. she'll with in broward county today and last night enlisted star power to stir up
up in a world without limitations. >> and chel will hold an event for clinton tomorrow in miami. and tim kaine friday talked about the power of the millennial latino vote and referred to florida as the check mate state, highlighting the importance of florida in the election. tonight he'll attend the bon jovi concert in st. petersburg. hillsborough county has already had more early voters than the last presidential election. more than 364,000 votes have been cast as of this morning. remember, early vote sites are now open and will close at 7:00 this evening. more than 283,000 votes have been cast in pinellas county and nearly 131,000 people have
in pasco county. remember, early voting ends tomorrow. if you don't vote by then, you'll have to cast your ballot on election day. tomorrow morning we're helping you get prepared for election, going over the big races impacting the bay area. a special episode of your vote counts 2016 is tomorrow morning at 9:00 a.m. and for political coverage on election day, we'll be with you all day. a the projections are made we'll continue coverage and you can check wfla.com and our app for the latest. follow us on social media with #wflapolitics. investigators say a hit-and- run suspect knew he was involved in the crash but didn't turn himself in. 71-year-old charlie lewis stood before a judge for killing a
and drank four beers before driving. >> when the two detectives come in her and showed me his picture and said that's who they arrested, shocked. i've never seen him drunk. >> he later admitted to investigators he knew he was involved in the hit-and-run before he was arrested but didn't stop and didn't turn himself a pasco county teenager is behind bars, accused of breaking into gerald mccoy's
a teenager is accused of bringing a loaded gun to a hillsborough county high school. we are told investigators received a tip that he had a loaded gun in his backpack. that teen is now facing charges. a woman is facing charges after police say she mad a last year tonya white said she was assaulted in the middle of the neighborhood. officials now believe she was lying. >> no, i have no comment. i can't believe they're pressing charges against me because i was attacked. >> police say they have evidence you lied. >> i didn't lie.
>> she facing a charge of falsifying a report to law enforcement. officials say ian langford died a the hospital yesterday morning after firefighters broke through a wall to rescue him from a home fire. his parents both passed away in that fire. coming up, how one woman is sending plus a 911 call turned deadly, coming up next on newschannel 8. florida's firefighters... amendment 1 is endorsed by because it does solar the right way. amendment 1 protects consumers from scams, and unsafe solar installations. safe solar for the
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vote yes on amendment 1. . a woman from california is spreading her own kind of message about this year's intense election. >> reporter: election season may be coming to an end but a new campaign sign is sending kind again. >> it's been so much turmoil and so many feelings going back and forth that it's just nice because this can be supported by everybody. you have so many people that say, i'm voting for so-and-so because it's the lesser of two evils. this is about dropping that and being nice to your neighbor. >> it could be a play on words
>> it's been next to trump, next to clinton. i just want to represent kindness. i don't care about the politicians. >> reporter: two weeks ago she started selling the signs and orders poured in. >> washington, oregon, nevada, texas, michigan, florida. >> reporter: she's sold almost 300 already. >> it's gained so much more attraction than i anticipated, to be honest. >> reporter: and the it's income. >> it's nice to help a little bit. >> reporter: and she hopes people remember this ahead of next tuesday. >> it's about coming together and believing in something. if you have to believe in kindness over politics, then so be it. >> can you tell us who you're voting for? >> i can't say that.
coming up, why this football performance was one for the books, coming up next. 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, we've got to start solving problems
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donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
patiently almost two years for his time on the football field, on the sidelines as the team manager. >> all right, boys. we've got to stay on task, drive it through coverages and just tear the defense apart. >> we told him on saturday. he came to high school on sunday and practiced all by himself. >> reporter: he said practices had to wait until after a stop. >> i went actually, thanked the good lord for the opportunity and for the guiding from the coaches. >> he was autistic, not verbal for several years. >> i had a little stomach butterflies. >> reporter: but the team just scored. >> then after that, the moment.
wrote his own story to espn, calling it autistic kicker scores. >> he drove it down the pipes an never looked back. >> reporter: his kick got the team the extra point. mom says it gave him more. >> i think it gave him a sense of belonging. he always wanted to be one of the kids. >> i want to play tomorrow so number is called. . and we are rooting him on this morning. you want to get out for a morning jog or wherever, the only issue we have really today are the winds. it's going to be a bit gusty at times, 67 at 8:00. by noon we have a good supply of sunshine, just fair weather
slightly above average despite a cold front sliding through. it will be about 5 degrees cooler than yesterday. right now it's kind of hard to tell. we have a frontal boundary sliding through the area. there are showers on the east coast of florida this morning. the water vapor imagery, you can tell we have changes happening. lots of dry air and looks like that's going to stick around through next week, through election day then by the time we get to the end of the week, moisture starts to build up over the gulf and the southeast in advance of the next big weather system. this morning 63 for zephyrhills, 68 in tampa and 70s along coastal areas to the south. wind are light and breezes likely pick up through the day. expecting 10 to 15-mile-an-hour winds, getting stronger over the water.
the boat out. and clocks go back an hour tonight, don't forget. election say, 83 degrees with lows in the mid-60s. >> that means all kids go to bed later. happy to hear that. it was another friday night under the lights. coming up, there's a lot on the line for high school football teams. the recap is next on
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the quarterback from the gun with the keeper. and they would recover the fumble and a couple plays later, they are knocking on the door. brown has fallen and shouldn't have gotten up because the tigers go onto win and stay undefeated at >> 17 and counting. next up, berkeley at steinbrenner. the young bucs just light up the score only three plays in. 80-plus yards to the end zone, loving it. steinbrenner up the field, and
on third and goal, it's up but that's not mike evans. interception kills the drive and cotter takes advantage. mathis making big plays on both end of the field, 14-0 after one. early in the second, stetson purchases in another score and berkeley prep sticks it to steinbrenner ranch. do we need replays and challenge in this high school football? this is ruled a catch. johnson can't believe it. and it ends with this easy little pass, costly missed call there. now 7-0 lakewood ranch. next drive, washington almost untouched. the refs get this one right
point after no good, 7-6. later third and goal, little toss here, 13-7 lakewood at that point. and lakewood ranch wins 26-10. >> two more weeks of the friday night blitz. >> playoffs starting next week. it's going to be good stuff. it is the final push before election day and things are heating up in florida. coming up, a big crowd already r morning. we have a live report coming up
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but didn't turn himself in. he told detectives he drank four beers before driving. a pasco county teenager is accused of breaking into the home of gerald mccoy. mccoy's father came face to fates with the intruder and there was a scuffle before the teen took off. we ar cold front sliding through now. we are just a few minutes away from the sunrise, a beautiful start now at lakewood ranch. 67 degrees and breezes around 5 to 10 miles an hour. that will likely pick up through the day. 61 for crystal river and 62 in zephyrhills this morning, milder in st. pete at 70, and
we'll have the breezes averaging 10 to 10 out of the north and northeast. don't think we'll see much rain out of this. 82 this afternoon and morning lows closer to average, 64 later tonight. we'll have the election day forecast coming up in just a few minutes. on the campaign trail, the fight for florida state today. hillary clinton is in broward county and donald trump will be at the fairgrounds. doors open around 6:00 this morning. this is a fight to the finish. >> reporter: people have been out here waiting to get in to see donald trump.
they just let these people in. they are pouring in here and thousands are expected to hear donald trump in the days before the election. last night clinton was in cleveland andyesterday trump told supporters it would be just him guitar or piano. he tells vote, they are the only force strong enough tosca the country from a corrupt political machine. >> if he brings to the oval office the building and creativity and the passion, then the united states of america will be great again. count on it.
>> reporter: again, hundreds are still pouring in and thousands are expected to come out today. a lot can change in the next three days before the election but right now clinton leads the state by one point. >> a lot of people watching to see what thank you. >> hillary clinton enlisted star power with names like jay z and beyonce. this is the first time beyonce performed on clinton's behalf. >> we have the opportunity to create more change. i want my daughter to grow up seeing a woman lead our country. >> clinton is scheduled to
. tomorrow morning we're hep helping you get prepared, going over the big races impacting the bay area. your vote counts airs tomorrow starting at 9:00. and newschannel 8 will be with you all day on election day as you cast your vote. you can also our app for the latest or follow us on social media using #wflapolitics. . yesterday clear's sighting of the monkey was the fourth in
fema help after hurricane hermine. the deadline for people to apply is november 28th. a florida 18-year-old accused owe of beating his grandmother to death appear instead court. evidence said authorities report he got upset after his grandmother hid his beer from him while his roommate described the traumatic scene. >> she was just covered in blood. you know, there was blood everywhere, all over the floor. she was bleeding profusely from her head, the house was trashed, holes in the wall and whatnot. >> she died eight days later. he is facing murder charges and is being held without bond. >> tragic story.
i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. people in the upper echelons of the military are very concerned about the things that mr. trump has already said he's going to ask the military to do. chris matthews: talking of maybe using nuclear weapons, nobody
wants to hear that about an american president. well, then, then why are we making them? a foreign policy expert went to advise donald trump, and three times he asked,
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and sexual assault are on the rise. ober is not just ineffective, he declined to prosecute a man who forced a girl into sexual slavery, even blamed the victim. ober: she was with him voluntarily. our community deserves new leadership. andrew warren, an experienced prosecutor, will reallocate resources to target violent crime, including gun violence, rape, and domestic abuse. it's time for new leadership. . we have another major
not the galaxy note 7 phones. instead this involves nearly 3 million top loading washing machines that can explode while in use. there have been 9 injuries and one owner suffered a broken jaw. >> reporter: the photos and video show extreme damage. >> very loud and very violent. >> reporter: new samsung washing machines tearing themselves apart mid-wash. >> thank in the room. probably could have killed somebody. >> about an hour later, we heard a big crash. sounded like the roof was caving in. came upstairs to find the top part completely on the floor, blown off. >> reporter: the tumbler exploded out of the washer, parts scattered on the floor. >> the top, the lid, the barrel
it. it was like a bomb went off inside the washing machine. >> reporter: nearly 3 million washers are being recalled after 733 complaints including 9 injuries, including a woman with a broken jaw. >> i'm concerned somebody is going to be near one when the top blows off and they're going to get killed by it. >> it's that serious? >> absolutely. >> reporter: they were major appliance stores from march 2011 to now. find the model and serial number on the back of the washer and enter it at samsung.com to find if yours is affected. owners are encouraged to only use the delicate cycle until it is fixed.
skies in brandon this morning, winds already out of the north averaging about 10 miles an hour. we got a little bit of rainfall last night from this cold front sliding through the area. drier air is starting to hold strong there. crystal river, nice day, folks taking the boats out. some folks on the golf course as well, though the breezes fairway there. 65 currently, partly cloudy and just a slim chance a shower in the southern most communities .77 by midday and it is breezy, a steady wind at 10 miles an hour. not much happening on the
air. this dry air is here to stay through the weekend and into early next week, this large area of red and orange indicating the drier air. moisture will start to pool ahead of the next system and this is encouraging because that will be our next children, looks to come late next morning, winds still fairly light. as we mentioned, breezes start to pick up. winds out of the northeast averaging 10 to 15 with occasional higher gusts over 20 miles an hour. winds get gusty over the water for today, choppy waters
it will get gusty at times. over the next 8 days, staying quiet through the weekend. those numbers are in the low to mid-80s through the weekend and into early next week. don't forget the clocks go back an hour tonight. low 80s for this time of year, morning lows in the mid-60s. rain chances up to 20% by saturday. >> good news. >> quiet for us. >> thank you very much. architects say it's like being a video game but in the real estate world. coming up, one company is switching
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. >> and it's a good weekend to get outside. >> everyone is out and about. it will be a little breezy today, already getting breezes out there. overall a beautiful start this morning. we're on our way to 82 this afternoon, fairly breezy as we go through the day and temperatures in the low to mid- 80s through early next week, looking good for election day with lows
better rain chances by next weekend. >> thank you. and thank you for joining us this morning. our next newscast is tonight at 6:00. this is the donald trump rally
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good morning. three days to go. time running out for hillary clinton and donald trump to make their cases to the american people. >> trump saying he doesn't need the help. he's happy to go it alone. >> i didn't have to bring jlo or jay-z. >> both using different strategies for the campaign trail. grisly find. the police find a body on the