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supporters with working with those who disagreed with him and members of congress and reaching out to constituencies that didn't vote for him, i think it's important for us to let him make his decisions and i think the american people will judge over the course of the next couple of years whether they like what they see and whether these are the kinds and this is the direction that they want to see the country go in. and my role is to make sure that when i hand off this white house, that it is in the best possible shape and that i've been as helpful as i can to him in going forward and building on
and my advice, as i've said to the president elect when we had our discussions, was that campaigning is different from governing. i think he recognizes that. i think he's sincere in wanting to be a successful president and moving this country forward and i don't think any president ever comes in saying to himself i want to figure out people angry or alienate half the country. i think he's going to try as best he can to make sure that he delivers, not only for the people who voted for him, but for the people at large. and the good thing is that there's going to be elections coming up so there is a built in incentive for him to try to do that. you know, it's only been six days and i think it will be
the room to staff up, to figure out what his priorities are, to be able to distinguish between what he was campaigning on and what is practical, what he can actually achieve. you know, there are certain things that make for good sound bites but don't always translate into good policy and that's something that he and his team, i think, will wrestle with in the same president wrestles with. i did say to him, as i've said publicly, that because of the nature of the campaigns and the bitterness and voracity of the campaigns that it's really important to try to send some signals of unity and to reach
or others that were concerned about the tenor of the campaign. and i think that's something that he will -- he will want to do, but this is all happening real fast. he's got commitments to supporters that helped to get him here and he's going to have coming weeks and months and years my hope is that those impulses ultimately went out, but it's a little too early to start making judgments on that. >> you use t 4 headlines at 4:00
president elect's name and a neighbor's house is set on fire. >> number 2, player protests hear what the bucs think about a player's refusal to stand for the national anthem. >> number 3 a driver false into a hole in the street. >> and number 4 we're going to find out how baby face is doing months after being hit by a boat. thanks for being here. >> thank you for joining us. you were listening to the presidential ns power, now, we're heading into the transition of work week weather. and today you've likely noticed some differences extra clouds and even a little bit of rain around throughout the day. you can see the overcast view from brandon. 70 degrees with our winds coming in fairly light out of the north. no measurable rain at this location, but a lot of us have at least seen some drops on the windshield at least
some very light precipitation around, again, these are very light showers or just some sprinkles mainly looking at overcast skies for the rest of this afternoon and evening and cool temperatures as well. the cold front we're watching is moving south you can see southern areas are still holding on in the low 70s, 71 in bradenton, but our northern spots sitting in the mid-60s right now, 64234 inverness, 65 in crystal riv much cooler than yesterday. about 10 to 15 degrees cooler than at this time yesterday when you look at most of the temperatures across the tampa bay area. now, as that front moves through tonight temperatures will fall back a good bit so it's going to be cooler when you wake up tomorrow morning. west chase about 60 degrees tomorrow morning, 58 in wesley chapel, around 60 in pinellas park, 63 in st. pete, should be around 51 in crystal
will continue as we head into the end of this week. not expecting any rainfall, our next small chance is with our next cold front on saturday. we'll have more details on that coming up in our full forecast. well, a home gets spray painted with anti-trump slogans before a nearby house is set on fire. >> video of the home shows the message denouncing president elect donald trump and says quote burnry mobile home next door. it was then set on fire. neighbors woke up to fires trucks and the message. one woman says she is rattled. >> i was just truly broken, heartbroken, , i feel like this is not going to be a good 4 years, you know, if we're going to have a civil war if this keep on. just nonsense. >> firefighters tell us the fire wasn't too bad and they managed
football field a pregame protest from a bucs player is igniting all kinds of controversy. wide receiver mike evans maintains he was so unhappy with the election he will no longer stand during national an themselves at games. evans was seen sitting on the sidelines yesterday during the anthem as tampa bay prepared to take on chicago. while some nfl fans support evans others are furious and lit up the phone lines at sports that has really upset a lot of people. i come from a military family, my son serves in the air force, so i go through what families who have someone who serves goes through and it's tough particularly when they deploy to a war zone. but he made it clear this is not a slant against or military. >> by the way, according to the host of the show callers were pretty much split 50-50 on the
monday news conference and we'll have a crew there and have a live report at 5:00. a citrus county man's car falls into a hole during a water main break and he's still inside. he tells us he was driving along truman boulevard when his 2 front tires got stuck when he realized the puddle was really a hole. he tried to back up but couldn't. he tells us the car quickly started to fill before it sank. >> it happened pretty quick. i was a maybe only a couple minutes and then like i said, the water just started coming up through the bottom and you could tell the ground just started giving out. so just had to make a decision. i just jumped out. >> utilities has that roadway shut down. self dump trucks full of dirt are being brought in to fill the hole. and we have an encouraging
we told you about the dolphin that they call baby face a little over a year ago. baby face was severely injured by a boat prop and a team of experts regularly keeps an eye on the 10-year old. as you can see the gashes are still visible as scars but they have healed. we're told baby face is doing just fine in the wild. right now a group of good samaritans being credited or saving a family boat. the engine compartment caught fire. they spotted them and came over concerned that the boat could blow up. they quickly got the people off of the boat before it was consumed. . >> it's a water courtesy you help people in boats when you see somebody needs help you help them because one day you meet are might need their help. >> officials tell us this is a great reminder that boaters should always have life jackets and emergency plans in place. still ahead. >> will you shop on thanksgiving
thanks to all of you the heart walk human being success. look at that crowd. more than 35,000 people showed up to raise awareness and money for the american heart association. that was saturday morning bright and early, and with your help news channel 8 raised more than $67,000, but thanks to our great friends at fuccillo kia namely bill plea fuccillo, again matching that first $50,000, wfla is able to contribute more
and joining me now in studio is dealership owner billy fuccillo we so appreciate your partnership in this. >> i think this is our second year, right? >> yes. >> hopefully we'll have a lot more. we've been doing business in the tampa market for 2 years and everybody has been supportive. so just a little bit we can give back. i'll told you it's been crazy around here. last saturday we had people waiting to get into our store after the heart walk, you know, so everybody supported us so we market. >> and you support the community. >> and kate joins us, she's the executive director of the american heart association in tampa bay. thank you for being here. i'm sure this is delightful for you. >> a special way to wrap up heart walk to be here on the monday after the event with news channel 8 and billy. >> we have a big check unveil here. so we should show this huge check, right billy.
>> it is a $50,000 check from fuccillo kia to the american heart association. >> i feel like i'm doing a commercial with you guys. . >> that is a huge amount of money to contribute to the overall success of the heart walk which this year raised more than 3.6 million. >> that's amazing. it's really important, it's important throughout the whole united states that we do our job in making things better and you know i'm glad we were able to do this. >> as the mayor of tampa pointed out at the heart walk on saturday he said we're not the second largest city in the united states t united states. and that says a lot for tampa bay. >> it sure does. you know, only being here 2 years it doesn't surprise me because this -- when you're talking about lifestyle there's no better lifestyle than the people i've found in tampa bay. >> this is very generous. i know this makes a big difference. where does all the money go? >> heart disease and stroke survivors we invest in the research and their treatment so
life. it was really special. there was a moment where we had 3 survivors on stage and so checks like this allows us to make more lifestyles and save more lives like those 3. >> it is lifesaving money, that's the big difference. >> it's important when you put your head down on the pillow at night you do the right thing and i feel that we're doing the right thing and everybody in tampa does the right thing that i've seen here in the 2 years that i've been here. let's keep stronger. >> huger. >> it's that's a word or not it's our new word. thanks for being here. and thank you, kate. >> thank you, both. >> back to you. >> so glad he said huge. coming up will this weather stick around all week? we'll find out at first at 4 weather and then the strawberry festivals entertainment line up is up. we'll show you some of the highlighted artists and a look
we're currently watching a cold front move through the area. you notice the extra clouds around today. we've seen light rain as well i think most of the light rain will have come to an end but left with mostly cloudy skies and cooler temperatures. we're already back into the mid-60s and tomorrow morning close to 60 degrees. now, we could actually see a few more clouds around this i think as you wake up, but as we head throughout the day tomorrow we'll see clearing and more sunshine as well. temperatures going to be mild, just below average topping
pretty pleasant tomorrow a bit below average and then our temperatures gradually climb as we head into the end of this week and the start of next weekend but we're watching a larger cold front as we do head into next weekend. so keep that in mind. at this point you can see the overcast skies from veterans ford in tampa. traffic looks like it's moving all right at this location. 68 degrees so it's mild. the extra clouds around today have really kept those temperatures down and you can see the overcast skies pretty much across the entire tampa bay area. rain around, but not much in the way of measurable rain maybe lucky if you picked up a couple 100ths of an inch of rain. and tonight if we're able to see the clouds clear out, which is not a guarantee at most locations, we'll have another viewing of the super moon tonight, it will appear 14% larger and 30% brighter and the largest super moon since january of 1948.
this won't be until 2034. so if the clouds happen to clear out at your location tonight take a peek outside. at 8 p.m. it's still mostly cloudy and as the front slowly moves south most of us not going to see much in the way of a break from the cloud cover. tomorrow morning is when we'll start to see a little bit of sunshine mild temperatures near 60 degrees. topping out in the mid-70s tomorrow and the next front rolls through saturday and check out the temperature drops next week looking at highs only in the 60s for next monday. with thanksgiving a week from thursday plans are probably in place on what you'll be doing that day. >> and there's more than one decision that's really of interest to retailers. we have today's 8 on your side consumer watch. . >> reporter: your thanksgiving damen knew may be set but how do you answer the question to shop or not.
thanksgiving day? >> no. >> no, absolutely not. >> no. >> reporter: obviously that's not the answer some stores want to hear. target has become the latest of large retailers announcing they'll be open for business at least part of the day, thanksgiving day. joining kohl's, mace see and even best buy. >> we'll be open at 5 p.m. on thanksgiving. we'll close our doors and reopen on black friday morning. >> reporter: they say it's more the millions who want to get a understand it's not for everyone. >> i just think you know being home and relaxing and enjoying the family is what it's all about. >> it's not for every retailer either. . >> reporter: some 40 other retailers with equally big names
figuring that's what most customers want. >> they'd have to give me a free car and that would be okay, i'd go out and pick that up but other than that no, i have no desire to be out there on thanksgiving day. >> retail experts are still expecting a sizable increase in shopping with or without shopping thanksgiving day. well, some big names are headed to nextea festival in plant city it features legends like willie nelson, and other headlines 3 doors down. the festival runs from march 2nd through march 12th. tickets go on sale on december 8th. and now a controversial movie an emotional video and a cancelled movie. >> we have all of it in today's hollywood minute. >> you are the first of your kind but you're not inn vulnerable. >> maybe next time you can design me better.
a global release part party was held and tried to counter criticism. the director called the star a punk queen and the best actress of her generation. you can judge for yourself when ghost in the shell opens march 31st. >> ? . >> john legend's new music video love me now is showing love at a refugee camp in northern iraq, the pulse nightclub memorial in orlando and the don't can rep -- [audio difficulty]. >> i'm calling it the end.
on a sequel to the crude's bad news deadlines reports a follow-up the film is dead after a few months a new writing team set to work on the project. the original made $587 million worldwide. . >> and now we have your first at 4 sports and today it's good news the bucs had a great match up over the weekend and came out on the winning against a team winless on the road. martin back in action, he ran for 33 yards. cutler already has an interception. second quarter winston gets one here, touchdown strike, like to see that 14-3. final play of the half, look at that a hail
17-10. third quarter winston nearly sas own end zone and mike evans goes for 39 years. next play 43-yard touchdown, 24-10 and a touchdown for number 22 martin scores his first touchdown of the season. the bucs are going to win this one 36-10. >> our sports team is interviewing buc's head coach as we speak. interview for you at 6:00. and the bucs are back on the road this weekend. we'll have that for you as well and we'll
as for chief strategist bannon. ingram is also serious consideration for white house press secretary. >> number 2, three cows are stranded on an island of grass following a powerful earthquake in new zealand today. it created huge land slides. this was a 7.8 magnitude quake. number 3, a military judge has pushed back the trial of army sergeant bergdahl. afghanistan back in 2009. he's charged with misbehavior before the enemy. the new court date for trial is now set for may 15th. >> and number 4 in north dakota protesters continue to try to block construction. l of the access pipeline. the 1,200-mile pipeline skirts the reservation and would run under its source of drinking water. this weekend demonstrators tried to prevent a
pulled a gun. a permit for the final piece of the pipeline is pending before the u.s. army corps of engineers. and today state democrats are licking their wounds and wondering where they will go from here. >> some are hoping for a new direction . >> reporter: the florida democratic party hopes to rebuild following a very rough election cycle, appeared now they're looking for new leadership. y tent will not seek reelection. the announcement was made after hillary clinton lost florida. and the democrats barely made any impact at the state level. >> the first thing that has to happen is democrats across the state have to get together and do a realistic assessment of exactly what happened. you know, let's look at the election results, let's look at the turnout, let's look at the performance, let's look at the consultants that were successful versus those who have failed
losing election cycle after cycle it's time to let them go. >> the party's focus will be finding a new chair holding onto u.s. senator bill nelson's seat in 2018 and fielding a candidate for governor who can win. well, millions and millions of dollars were spent leading up to last week's election but how much influence do big money donors really have? much of the gop's big money went to donald trump' bernie sanders managed to fight hillary clinton far longer than many expected despite her well oiled fundraising machine. and a new privacy alert this one about your used smart phone or laptop. so many new devices are coming out new and we're stuck with the old ones. >> you can make good money selling them online so you delete your files and post an ad.
files are likely still there and you're literally handing over personal information to a stranger. we went on a shopping spree and wait until you see what was found. . >> we text, email, shop, even do our banking all on our cell phones and lap tops. endless personal data stored right there. when i delete stuff off this thing i assume it's gone. >> a lot of people think that but it's information is still there accessible by anyone even thieves. >> richard a computer expert. >> how hard would it be to get that stuff out of my phone? >> anybody with the means and motivation can do this. >> we want to see for ourselves so we're going shopping. my prouder pouring through thousands of ad says online buying dozens of phones. and setting up meetings to pick them up. . >> got another phone.
. >> we bring them to the -- to be analyzed and right away we get hits. >> this would be an identity thieves gold mine. >> this laptop we bought for $75 giving us full access to the family we bought it from. >> home address, phone numbers, personal family pictures. >> that's scary. >> we found tax information, social security numbers of the kids and the parents. >> right down to numbers. so who does it belong to? this suburban mom named tracy. >> sorry to bother you. how are you? nice to meet you. i'm sorry, don't be scared. wee doing a story. how are you doing, nice to meet you. how are you? you sold a used laptop. do you remember yesterday? >> yes, she's a producer who works with us. we're doing a story about people who sell used computers. and actually think they've wiped everything off of
things that we pulled off of your computer. >> my taxes, all of my financial information, my place of employment. >> social security numbers of your entire family. >> social security numbers of everyone. >> people can do some damage with that information. >> yes. >> but you don't want a stranger having those. >> no, i don't, absolutely not. >> think that's bad, wait until you see what we find on this next device, a cell phone belonging to aria a college freshman. >> we could steal this girl has. >> 3,000 private text males sanction her phone call log secret password. social media accounts and shopping apps even when and where she goes to class. we set up a meeting to tell her what he with found. >> how are you? >> i'm good. how are you? >> you're probably wondering what we're doing here. i want to tell you what we were able to get off your phone, your bank information, college information, the code to the lock box for the key to your
could break into your house. >> that's just scary. >> look at all those password to amazon, your student scholarship. >> that's crazy. >> that's her cousin. >> never thought you could get all of that off of just the phone. >> you can lose everything just from a phone because i have all my information on there. >> every single thing. >> yeah. >> as for all that sensitive data, don't worry, we took care of that too. >> we've wiped this phone completely clean, from a professional service so you can have it back and resell it now safely plus please take all your personal information because i don't want it any more. >> thank you. >> and of course we also do it for tracy. >> well, thank you. >> you're welcome. >> i appreciate that. i hope others learn from that. >> we all learned something today. >> yeah. >> perfect that's all we want to do. >> a that is scary stuff and now how to really delete the files
needs the factory reset. to do that go into settings select general and go all the way to the bottom and press reset. for android devices experts suggest taking another step and making sure you encrypt your data before you do a reset. it's different on every device but it can also be found under settings. as for laptop computers expert tell us it's much harder to remove old files, the safest thing to do is replace the hard drive before you sell or donate it. tomorrow's weather and traffic today on the 8s. >> hello, hope you're enjoying your average. i want to talk about a little bit of road work in tampa. you're still going to see a lot of construction westbound portions of it are going to be closed through november 30th. so keep that in mind. it can get a little congested. i want to remind you about the ongoing project. overnight you may see some closures or some construction
improvement project here on gulf to bay and that is between highland it's going to last until 2017. so just be aware of that as well. that's a look at what could be happening tomorrow morning on the roads. what about weather? >> we've had these clouds all day today and they'll be around a little for your commute tomorrow morning as well, but some cooler air will be filtering in. so we'll started the day in the high 50s, we'll see you tomorrow on news channel 8 today. >> and you weekday morning with weather and traffic on the 8s starting at 4:30 a.m. and now better call behnken lost money found. >> and there are literally millions of dollars out there waiting for the rightful owners to come and claim it. you know is a little something about this. >> there is $383 million out there it all belongs to our viewers in tampa bay.
help our viewers get it back. we're hosting our second better call behnken phone bank tonight. it runs from 5:00 through our 11 p.m. newscast. there's a lot of cash out there, more than $383 million and bringing in state expert to say answer your calls and tell you if you have cash, when we did this in august we helped our viewers reunite with more than $1.3 million. and we hope to top that number tonight. so make sure that you see how much money you could be owed. >> i think the last time we did this i do recall properly -- we actually overloaded the phone lines because so many were calling. >> that was the one bad thing people were calling saying i can't get in, i can't get in. that is why i have asked to extend that tonight. we're going to have our longest phone bank ever that we've ever had here at news channel 8. we'll go all the way through to the 11:00 newscast. so you have
people are so surprised. >> this isn't a few bucks this could be a lot of money. >> $50,000 in one case. >> well, we can't wait to hear the stories this time around. >> me too. >> thank you. the 8 on your side call center will be open as shannon said starting at 5:00 tonight so in just under 20 minutes. it will run all the way through 11:30 p.m. we're going to have that phone number for you right when the phone lines open at 5:00. so stay tuned. still ahead. >> coming up we're find out if clouds are going to block our view. >> and then you'll want to stick around for these 8 on your side stories. . >> what you're looking at is a hole in the ground that the city of largo is tossing a whole lot of money into and you paid for it. >> a sad reminder of where a polk county high school student died while crossing this busy street trying to get to his bus stop. why a school employee could now be fired nearly
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y25ehy y16fy . welcome back. it's time for today's send it to stacy. >> we feature your pictures on tv. our theme is the 2016 heart walk. look at the that was early saturday morning, an estimated 35,000 people or more. and these are the memories of the news channel 8 team who joined us. there were actually a lot more of our team but these were the ones who were there at 8 a.m. sharp for the team picture. thank you all for coming out, many of them viewers just responding to our request for help. and i want to thank
early and thank all of my co-workers and the management here at channel 8 for their support and a big thank you to viewers like clyde, wanted to get a picture. the heart walk raised $3.6 million for the american heart association this year making it the second large he east heart walk in the country. >> a job well down. you need a 20-minute nap here. >> right. now, i can stepped up. >> and thanks to everybody who donate. and you can send it by tweeting your pictures with the hashtag send it to stacy. you can share them with me on my facebook page. and we're so glad we had excellent weather for this year's walk again. today the cold front is moving through. the overcast skies that you're seeing this is the view that many places are dealing with and
it's only 66 degrees at this location. 69 out at the lakewood ranch. i picked up on some very light rain and some sprinkles but not a whole lot of measurable rain. so not really going to help us with our rainfall totals for the month. the cold front that we're watching right now going to move south of us overnight along with the moisture. so any chance of a few sprinkles will come to an end and cooler weather. highs will drop back to just the mornings on the cool side, pleasant afternoons ahead but dry days ahead after this moisture moves out the next small chance of rain is coming up on saturday, and it's incredibly small only a 10% chance. the overnight hours mid-60s at 11 p.m. when you wake up tomorrow morning in st. pete we'll be in the low 60s to start day and the afternoon hours we'll top out only in the low 70s, we'll see clearing
cooler. this afternoon 65 and 67 in brooksville, 70 in bradenton and 72 in plant city. there's that front, maybe a light shower over the next hour or so. the overnight hours clouds stay with us. we'll see clouds around tomorrow morning and by tomorrow ascertaining of afternoon we'll start to see more sunshine as drier air fillers back in. wednesday look gorgeous, we'll start off cool though in the 50s wednesday morning and wednesday afternoon near average temperatures topping out in the mid-70s and hurricane season watching an area that's in the caribbean right now with a 60% chance of development. we're keeping an eye on things for you. notice dry conditions will continue through the end of this week and behind saturday's cold front temperatures will drop back into the mid-60s on monday and talking about temperatures for a lot of places in the 40 says on monday morning. so we've got a couple of front so far but this
thanksgiving week we tend to see a cooler -- a real cold front. >> and the kids are ready for wearing sweat shirts so they ask when the cold weather is coming. >> i put on a sweat shirt this morning thinking it's going to be cold. no, it's muggy and hot. >> photographers are ready the moon is going to put up a big show in the sky tonight. it's called super moon meaning it looks much bigger and brighter than usual. they happen every 13 than at any point in the past 68 years. that is going to be quite a show so look for it in the sky.
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and 2015. and although the cdc is happy with fewer smokers nearly half of all cancer diagnosis are still linked to tobacco use. . >> and it's less than 2 weeks until thanksgiving and we've all heard of can collections and coat drives. >> but as karen shows us a teenager in albany new york has been spending his free time collecting and donating has for people who need them most. >> reactions of people just like woa. >> he's referring to his hair or lack of it. >> it ends up growing to be a nice round shape at one point and then it all just goes off and people are like oh my gosh you're balanced. >> yeah, i've done 6 years of this. >> his first balanced event was as a third grader over the years
once the hair came off he noticed something. >> i realize that your head gets pretty cold when you shave your head. >> years ago he asked people to donate unused hats for kids. >> in 2013 we got just over 200 has. >> and last year? >> last year over 1,500 hats so we got a lot of hattings last year especially compared to first one. >> donations for hats came in from all over including sports teams. >> these are the ones from the yankees as well. >> more than 3,000 have been brought to hospitals in the north exhausted. >> i hope it's just beginning because it would be amazing if we get tens of thousands of hats maybe later on 10 years from now. >> he says it's a nice feeling to give and he hopes you do too. >> we might need a bigger box.
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let's take a look at what's trending online today beginning with some hungry hungry basketball fans. during the cleveland cavaliers game against the charlotte hornets, four teams dressed up and played a real live game of hungry hungry hippos. each team tried to gather the most balls from a file to win a $100 gift certificate from the
balls for the win. then there is this: >> ? >> that same michigan dollar general cashier now enjoying viral fame after a customer captured him on camera. he is covering the hit song ascension. a facebook user posted the cashier on her page. and then check this out. 's throwing a tomahawk at a target and mailing it. that is actor jason mamoes. we will have more right now. >> right now on news channel 8 5:00. >> a box player political protest royals fans. the team's head coach reacts to
seated during the national anthem. controversial picks for trumps white house team. why many are angry about his choices. hundreds of millions of dollars sitting in state coffers and some of it could be yours. our phone lines are open to show you how to claim the money. the number is running at the bottom of your screen. i >> tonight, the protests heard around the country. mike evans being called a fumble for refusing veterans day weekend. melanie michael is following this breaking story for us live. >> reporter: good evening to you. talked about a firestorm. in the last 24 hours, this story has exploded online. mike evans sitting down during the national anthem did not sit well with fans. the head coach spoke to us about his reaction, how he felt about this, calling this uncharted territory and how he