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a shocking story! a sixty-two year old mother is jail after her six-year old boy beats his baby sister to death. how it happened
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>> one of the worst things i've ever seen. >> any of us. right now at 10:00, disbelief as details of an infant's death comes to light, the sheriff visibly disturbed. what we are learn background the mother's history tonight. >> and a tampa police accused of sexual battery while on the job. tonight we are looking into his years in law enforcement. >> and a clearwater police officer that found to be in violation of policy after a june shooting where he claims he feared for his life.
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decisions. good evening, everybody, i'm kelly ring. >> and i'm mark wilson. glad to have you with us. you know at one time kathleen steele was on tv telling the world what it's like to be >> the mother didn't even go straight to the hospital when she found out her 13-week-old daughter had been beaten by hisr 6-year-old brother while the mother was in this cell phone
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kids later in life that she went on a reality tv show on tlc. >> we've been trying too long and lost so many, so you're sort of in denial. >> six years later, she had had two babies, with her dead husband's frozen sperm. >> and then came baby kathleen. >> by all contracts kathleen steele parent. >> she took her three children to a cell phone store to fix a cracked screen. for 38 minutes the children were left inside the mini van, locked in, by themselves. the baby started crying and frankie took her out of the car seat. >> and began flipping her multiple times back and forth, dropping her on the floor,
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ceiling and striking her in the face. >> the baby's skull was cracked in multiple places. >> one of the worst things i have ever seen. >> when steele came back to the car, frankie told her the baby was "serious" but she continued on her errands for several hours. not until she got home did she call a neighbor for the was dead and called 9-1-1. >> and you're not a medical professional if you're going to impregnate a 62-year-old woman. >> he said there were signs that steele did not have a good grip on reality. >> she said she wanted to still have a baby boy, and there was still sperm left. >> something is seriously messed
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york city and the son is a student at lake wood elementary, he and his brother have been placed in separate therapeutic foster homes and he said sometimes people made bad mistakes and in the intro i said 13-year-old, but the baby was 13 days old, that speaks to how often time lines like that in cases like this. >> and what kind of therapy is that boy going to be required to have for many, many years. >> mark, the sheriff said he has already been identified as problems. these are problems that have persisted over the last several years.
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tonight. the sheriff also admitted that investigatorred had steves two calls from the child abuse hot line, that steele's children were not being properly supesupesupervised including a t the baby has fall frn the car seat that left her with a brain bleed. >> our child protection investigator and the division did everything right. you know in the past i've been very straightforward with you when that hasn't happened. if it was the case and there were issues i would tell you but here we did it right. she had cancel ad follow-up appointment and scheduled it for
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>> just horrific. >> and shocking allegations against a police officer tonight. a 12-year veteran has been fired and charged with sexual battery during a traffic stop. officer adam york was on his way to work in february when the alleged incident happened but details of the alleged incident are just coming out today. we are looking into the former officer's history. what a >> adam york has a long history working in law enforcement, going back to the south bend, indiana police department, and on paper anyone would call him a mold employee, but allegations allegationspaint a very differe. >> how would an officer with a nearly spotless record end up with a mugshot.
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work for duty and the victim was observed speeding. >> it's in this cl parking lot n west shore where the officer pulled over a woman said to be in her 20's. a grainy surveillance video shows the stop, but what it doesn't show is him allegedly touching her sexually. she drove to a h a rape kit done. >> we were able to find out it was adam york. >> york admitted to stopping the woman but denied ever touching her. but evidence from the rape kit and an investigation were enough for the department to fire him. in his 12 years the only blem blemishon his record was failuro appear for a court hearing.
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was praised for having no citizen complaints. he was reprimanded in 2001 for failure to attend a training called you can stop harassment. >> he was a police officer, and any time that happens and an officer is involved it's very disappointing. >> ch chief ward say they waiteo announce the firing until the state's attorney reviewed the now been filed. >> the rape kit is obviously going be used as evidence but there is no dash cam or body camera video to back up his claims. he was arrested and released 30 minutes later on a $15,000 bond. >> crystal, thank you, and pasco county deputies are looking for
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say he punched a woman in the face during an argument and broke her nose, and possibly her left cheek bone and when she tried to call 9-1-1 he reportedly took her phone away. if you have seen this guy, call the pasco county sherriff's office. and still ahead, the community bids farewell to a beloved radio personality, dave the connection with the audience. >> he did indeed, and we are going to take you to the memorial service where had coworkers and family and friends all honored him. >> and a new therapy for children battling cancer would give them a chance to avoid radiation. j.dr. jo is going to show us how
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frankly. live to tell us about it, josh, i heard it was a huge crowd. >> yeah, you know, mark, you said celebrate and that is really the right word. we were celebrating the larger-than-life persona of dave mckay and you realize he has such a huge impact on the bay area whether he realize it had or not. >> but you're going to make me sound like an idiot and he said, hilarious. >> one by one people shared shad stories about dave. >> he put himself in the cheap seats. he was not trying to be a star, he was not like, hey, i'm dave mckay. he leaned in and talked to you. >> and their connection was like that of family.
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but dave is a guy that has a lot of life in him and to have something like this happen is hard. >> he passed away at his home in st. pete on thursday, he was 55. known for his love of the city, he was often called the mayor of downtown st. pete. here is the former mayor on mckay. >> he loved st. petersberg. he loved and played and ate here, he loved st. pete and i think st. pete lover >> and it showed. the seats were full. >> when someone br brings that h love into your day and then it's gone, that is monumental. >> he was s such a friendly guy and he had integrity. >> d.j.'s try to dictate where to move the crowd, but dave
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and reflect the audience. >> ton tonight it was the othery around. >> (apr [applause] >> dave mckay' reach goes far beyond the tampa bay later, stars were tweeting out messages in honor of dave mckay and it was. >> we'll all miss him. >> oh, you bet we will. what a great crowd and like she said, they wanteda lot of great laugh, not tears. >> and when i heard veronica say partner for many, many years the great thing about dave is there's a little bit of dave in a lot of them, and they will carry on his spirit for years.
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when we worked up in the greensboro winston salem market. a busy day today guys. rain developed late in the day, and i will tell you the lightning show, simply incredible. this photo from plant city, and the thing is tonight's storms looks like they were going to jump to cam tampa and points wt but never quite made it. we had this in plant city and this from this picture, unbelievable from our buddy james, rocky point looking east and the lightning just east of downtown tampa. and the lightning season coming up, and the other way you turn around and look to the west, this is the view from south ta. and summers are amazing with the
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whacky weather events. the perseid meteor shower about the best it's been in many years. just a perfect setup. 160 to 200 per hour at peak and you may not see quite that many, but that is two a minute. look generally high in the sky for the northeast. the best viewing will be well after midnight and you have to skies to clear. just find an unobstructed view to the sky, and even in the city, if you can see the sky, the meteors should be bright enough to see and so check it out. some of the rain is that causing floods and will continue to do so for the next several days. the sea breeze boundary just sat along the west coast and around
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very slowly to the west. the storms will late to get going and heavy rain in southeastern hills grow, and then light rain around tampa bay. it will take at least a couple of hours for the rain to be done and then skies should break to be at least partly cloudy, you may want to get up early instead of staying up late to watch immediate yor shower. we are tracking that. rain all the way to claremont, along the turnpike and moving north and northwest. and sliding south, and nortd off 75, you get the idea, the rain is heavy but not severe, with occasional flashes of lightning, and temperatures, eh. 70's to near 80's. the storms wind down tonight and
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and then tomorrow with a southeast wind, there would be some shower, many may be heavy. but the good news is the tropics are fairly quiet, and going 12 to 17 named storms, five to eight hurricanes and the average is six and two to four hurricanes and the average is six, and so with el ni?o ending it looks like a normal year. back up to 91 on saturday, and more of the same with more late-day storms and a high of 91. the seven-day we stay in the low 90's. rain chances every day between 40 and 50% as the dog days of
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>> paul, thanks. career ending decisions according to one police chief those decisions have one officer off the i got shot down over vietnam and spent eleven months in a pow camp. what donald trump said about our members of the military being captured is a disgrace. he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured.
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donald trump doesn't understand the weight of sending americans into harm's way. he's unfit to be president.
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>> a clearwater police officer is off the job for shooting at car and shooting off at the mouth. on facebook. the clearwater police chief have revealed that the officer resigned today. >> and one of the allegations involved questionable comments the officer made and he is not the only one out of a job. >> two police officers in griffin, georgia who are friends with this officer were also fired over this facebook post after it spun out of control. but he also responded to a call about a reckless driver on gulf view boulevard and he said he spotted the car and tried to approach the driver on foot but
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him and almost ran over him, and he fired at the driver for his own safety, but the police chief says that the officer would have easily taken cover and not put himself in that position. he violated several department policies by fires his gun and using deadly force. the driver was not injured but at least one of the bullets hit the side of his war. car. in july, over wall also drew attention when he posted on a friend's facebook page who was railing about the shootings of unarmed black men, and the officer offered to post bail if the officer offered to beat up that poster. and he said he would bring all of his pistol ammo and talked
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named joe. two other officers who made had posts in the threat were fired for their comments on that threat. officer wall had been with the police department for two and a half years. >> thank you, chris. >> and see what he had to say to supporters in kissimmee and the
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>> she was going to save upstate new york and instead of saving it, it turned out to be a total and complete disaster. >> republican presidential nominee donald trump back on the attack in kissimmee tonight, actually, calling hillary clinton's time as a new york
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he made last night that president obama is the founding of isis. >> and once again he puts hillary clinton in the same category. >> donald trump gave a low-key had speech to the home buildsers convention in miami. >> i call president obama and hillary clinton the founders of ieseses. in fact i think we'll give hillary clinton most valuable player. >> isis is honoring president obama. he is the founder of isis. he is the founder of isis. okay? he is the founder! he founded isis! >> trump has dismissed gop worries that such remarks would
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ground states. >> i'm a truth-heller-teller ane end of 90 days although i'm supposed to be the smart one and have a lot of good ideas, it's okay, i go back to a very good way of life. >> the republican national committee is under pressure to rein in trump's rhetoric. fox news has obtained a petition de money and resources to other candidates lest the party go down with him. >> so far it has 70 signatures of prominent republicans and they plan to fre present it in e rny c next week.
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defended trump, adding that he thinks americans are not too concerned about trump's choice of words. >> the american people are not really focused, craig, on semantics. they are focused on the ideas and policy and leadership that are going to turn this county around. >> pence said during a town hall meeting that policies put in police by president obama and former secretary of state but stopped short of echoing, trump's words. >> and clinton laid out her economic case today in the same area where trump outlined his plan last week. and he has accused trump of talking a big game but says it's based on fear, not strength.
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trump, michael phelps and simone biles would be cowering in the locker room, afraid to come t out to speak, but instead they are winning medals. >> and so where do the presidential florida right now? they are in a virtual dead heat, heat,45-44, the poll was conducted august 10 and 9. and so craig patrick is going have more on the poll numbers tonight in about an hour.
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some saying that military leaders deliberately manipulate rated reports to make it appear that the campaign against isis more successful than it has been. >> centcon cooked the books those were the initial findings of a congressional report saying that center command painted a rosier picture against isis than were warranted by the events on the ground, and they seemed to substantiate claims by whistle blowers that they were told to water on the reports. >> products were consistently
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military action than that of the analysts. congressiocongcongressional tese also pointed to be much more successful. >> senior intelligence leaders were molding that to fit the story line. >> one of president obama's etc the president's lead. >> too often they that wnt to know where the president is going and they want to shade their reports to please the president. >> -- aware of the findings and continuing to make a closer look. they add since there are on-going investigations they won't have any further comment at this time. traveling with the president in martha's vineyard, kevin cork.
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introducing dunkin's new cold brew coffee, steeped slowly in cold water for small batches with an ultra-smooth, full-bodied flavor. discover the craft of cold brew today and keep on. america runs on dunkin'. i got shot down over vietnam and spent eleven months in a pow camp. what donald trump said about our members of the military being captured is a disgrace.
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when you fly over enemy territory, the odds might be against you being able to come home. donald trump doesn't understand the weight of sending americans into harm's way. he's unfit to be president.
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condos at the top of the world, some residents are still out of their homes. why is it taking so long to make the repairs with some of those folks so close to losing their assistance housing allowance. and half of states have legalized or eased restrictions on marijuana, so why haven't the feds? >> and as officials work to contain the country's first outbreak scientists have announced progress on a vac scene. vaccine. >> they are currently launching a trial, but scientists have been scrambling to protect the public, especially those who are pregnant whose unborn babies would be at risk or have devastating health effects.
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needs additional resources and monies now. >> if i don't get that now i won't be able to prepare the sites to do a phase ii trial, and if that happens there will be a gap that is unnecessary. i will finish the phase one and i will not be able to go into phase ii. is that clear? -how much do i need? i need $33 million for that. >> president obama is asking for 1.9 billion in he did that back in february but lawmakers have not been able to agree on a funding package yet. >> and it's an all bucs back, and plus the preseason kicking off in philly and it believes you with a little bit of hope and a little bit of concern. expwrus ahead in sports.
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offering hope in the battle
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>> okay, this is video from orlando and that bell means 12-year-old saddam hussein 12-year-old zain burton's radiation cancer therapy is complete. >> but he is among the first to get a cutting-edge therapy. >> 12-year-old zane burton says this high-tech treatment room reminds him sci-fi movie. >> something from star wars. >> this helps the system direct tumor-acciaccizapping beams ints brain. music browns drowns out the sous
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treatment. unlike other radiation protons target cancer without spilling over into healthy surrounding tissues. >> we shape the beam and the intensity of the beam using various thic thicknesses of matl we place in the beam's path so it eventually conforms to the tumor. this is connected to the cycleatron. >> how amazing is it that this treatment is available right here in our city and we are able to benefit from this -- just weeks -- i mean, like barely got it in the room and running. >> they say zanes journey began
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february. after being diagnosed with a mild conc concussion he began to complaint with headaches. when reading the cat scan, the doctor knew something was wrong. >> and so we sat down and the e.r. doctor began to tell us he has a 2-inch his brain. >> the putting pressure on zane eye, and he would need immediate surgery. >> it was superscarey but we trust and believe that god has everything under control. >> chaz says early in his treatment the radiation
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causing him to imagine smells and making him sick. >> it was so hard for us to go in and comfort him when you know he would like to be done, and it's like, we have still have 20 minor minutes to do this. >> now the side effects are gone. >> we are done! >> with just eight more treatments to go, this family of five is happy to be in the homestretch. >> we are thankful that we have a fight to fight. >> what a precious smile, and first dose of chemotherapy to help prevent that tumor from coming back. all right, scott, what you got. >> most of the starters plays about a quarter of the game, overall a mixed game, good, bad, and ugly, but unfortunately ugly on the opening kickoff. this is not the way you want to
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philadelphia covered and converted that to points, but still in the first, jameis winston drops back and from behind, a sack and fumble and philadelphia once again that recover and capitalized and so 13 points in the first five minutes but winston puts nothing a nice little drive here, and he looked pretty good tonight s97 yards and the expected. a point after roberto aguayo aguayo boinks is right off of the upright. but they held the philly offense to 78 yards, and again, we don't care about the final score but that was the final of this one. and we have had a little bit of
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our new segment camp karaoke. tonight's third and final contestant. >> it's time for camp karayoke. >> are you ready for this? >> i'm ready. >> how are your vocal stylings. >> i sing pretty good in the shower. >> when the music stops you keep going, all >> because i'm -- because i'm...? >> i'm bad. >> that was -- who was that? that was the king of pop, in the 90's. >> and you got to get your groove on, before you get paid, so shake off your -- and throw your hands up and --
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do it, baby. >> 2000, 2000. >> ? just cry my -- >> oh, if you want it -- put a ring on it. >> all right, all right, not getting much on style points but he is getting to the bare essentials. >> okay, bring it ? with the air that god only care, baby, about the way, because -- >> because i'm happy -- >> there we go, we'll give him three out of four. he is competing against the rest of his on-line cohorts. >> i wish we could have had a split screen of kelley because she got them all right. >> i did, that was easy!
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dodson going up against each other. all of the videos are available on the facebook page and all of the likes tabulated and we'll reveal the big winner. it's very important, get out there and vote, watch, style points. >> it's important to have fun. >> it is and they are having fun. five turnovers in tonight's game. >> and some of the concerns later carrying over. >> so don't get >> and i thought starting in on both sides once they got into the flow of things. >> jameis did not play much. >> just a quarter. (cynthia) marco rubio and donald trump speak at a religious event... that's creating some backlash. hear why the owner of the pulse nightclub and family members of victims are so
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? and these are the lungs. (boy) sorry. (dad) don't worry about it. that's why we got a subaru. (avo) love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. a month after 9/11, i got a call from david and he told me he was going into the national guard. he was sent to iraq to be a gunner on a humvee. a car pulled up in the driveway and three soldiers got out,
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you have moments when you really don't want to live anymore, it's a fate that i would not wish on anybody, not anybody. when i saw donald trump attack another gold star mother, i felt such a sense of outrage. ...wife, she was standing there, she had nothing to say, she probably... i would like to tell donald trump what it feels like, the sense of emptiness, that only losing a child can bring. those people should be honored and treated with kindness for the rest of their life, p will ever understand that.
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>> certainly has been a summer of self-clo shelf ha -- shelf c3
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the app and we give an up be umbrellaaway week days at 10:55t means that at least into the time being in tampa bay you have a lot of cloud cover and rain. you are not going to see the moat yor shower any time soon, but certainly after midnight and hopefully, 2:00, 3 morning the skies will clear a little bit to see the action. there should be up to 150 meet mores per hour, as we go through the event tonight and tomorrow. in most of manatee it's raining and some of it is heavy, near sun city center and moving up to valrico and fish hawk. storms back tomorrow after a
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temperatures will top off in the low 09's. >> stocks still rocking, the dow surging to a new all-time high on thursday, and the s&p and nasdaq notching their own eyes but interest rates are still historically low, 30 year mortgages at 3.58%. and meantime, the pay day can't come early enough, according to a new survey, are living pay check to pay check just to make ends meet. >> there is a new record for oldest living vertebra, and the animal holding that lives under the sea. >> a shark like this one would be older than, oh, the united states of america. how scientists came to that
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. letterman:"has a line of clothing, now where were these made?" trump: "these were made, i don't know where they're made. but they were made someplace. but they're great. it's ties, shirts, cufflinks, everything sold at macy's and they're doing great.?
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sh.? letterman: ?bangladesh.? trump: ?well, it's good. we employ people in bangladesh." letterman: ?ties? where are the ties made?" they have to work, too. these are beautiful ties. they are great ties. the ties are made in where? china? off-camera voice: ?china.? letterman: ?the ties are made in china."
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this is pretty cool.. >> all right, you have to like this. scientists say a green land shark has set the record for the longest living species. it could be more than 400 years old. they estimate the shark's birth somewhere around 1620. >> what?
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using has a huge margin or error, meaning it could be 272 years old, but it's still the oldest living vertebrate ever found. >> oh my goodness. time now for the fox 13 11:00 news. >> a w woman in jail tonight afr the sheriff says her 6-year-old son brutally killed his infant sister. >> multiple times back and forth, dropping her on the floor and slamming her head against the ceiling. >> and the shocking news doesn't end there. what we have learned about the 62-year-old mother, her reality tv connection and how they game became pregnant with that infant. >> our insurance has run out and we have no flies go. >> where some residents at the top of the world are still out


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