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consequences for her actions, not only through the justice system but through her own personal dealings. there are serious injuries and a possible death. >> there was a white van that was destroyed. >> and she was about a mile behind the accident. >> traffic shut down for six hours. >> it was erie, everyone you know because it was over an hour they turned o started walking around. >> and heart ache for families and drivers and police say think twice. >> take 30 seconds out of your day, don't put anyone in that danger, dan matics, fox 13 news. >> the driver is cooperating with them it is unclear what charges she will face. police are looking for a 3-year-old boy. his name is harry charles he has
the company of his father handy chars. he had a black shirt and red pants. there was a dispute in a child custody case and they may be traveling in a blue honda civic with tag number is gcuf 36. anyone with information should contact the pinellas park police. they stopped at a walmart and seconds later gunfire. detectives say road rage led to the shooting a man fortunate to be alive. and aaron mesmer is live in pasco. how is the victim doing tonight? >> linda, and jake everett is okay but they may not get the bullet out of his arm. his car is not so good. there are bullet holes from one blast of a shotgun. it started from where we are now on state road 54. his girlfriend was driving and is not sure what they did to
of them. after they merged behind the driver they slammed on the brakes and then both of the drivers were pulling into the walmart parking lot on lakeland boulevard. the other driver let them pass and then he heard the gunshot. his window was rolled down one went into his arm. >> in the moment i was shaking i was shocked. that does not happen often. it was very picking up her daughter and she was not in the car. >> this is an x-ray of the arm. you can see the bullet is still lodged in there. doctors believe it is safer to leave it there than to try to remove it. they don't have a description of the shooter's car. it was a suped up dark suv with a rack on the roof and a dark dog in the passenger seat. anyone with information of who
call deputies. aaron mesmer, fox 13 news. two days before a vote that could chase uber out of tampa bay, and the mayor put his support behind the service. and the mayor said people in tampa deserve to have every option available, including rides such as lyft and uber. and chris cato joins us on the show of support. >> reporter: and it is just two days before transportation commission will take a vote on rules that will likely determine whether the services stay or go. the ptc is the agency that regulates for high in hillsborough. and they have been petitions the company saying they should be held to the same standards and regulations as cab drivers. last week a ptc committee died to move period to subject the drivers to checks and make them
insurance. here is the controversial part as far as consumers are concerned, the rules would establish a minimum wait time of 7 minutes per ride and a minimum fare of $7. uber and lyft have threatened to leave if the rules pass. the mayor says that the rules clearly favor the taxi industry. he called the ptc a dinosaur that needs to be exfind. , we are the only one that has something called outlived its usefulness and time for the legislator to eliminate that burden own us and ride sharing regulations. >> leaders in the community and the chamber of commerce joined the mayor in calling on the ptc to vote down that proposal. the board will meet at 9 a.m. on wednesday. before the association released
us in conference saying that uber and lyft are putting customers at risk to save money by avoiding the protections like background checks. commercial umbrella insurance and we'll have to see what happens. that could determine whether they stay here in hillsborough county. the death of a baby happene two years ago and the killer will not be going time soon. gloria gomez is here to tell us why the trial is on hold. what is going on? >> reporter: this is a death penalty case and they are on hold because the death penalty is in limbo. and austin hamilton is facing charges after he beat his girlfriend's 1-year-old baby to death after the baby urinated on him while changing his diaper.
but like so many others, they're on hold until the state figures out how it will deal with the death penalty. and the judge appeared frustrated at the higher courts have not ruled on the issue. >> take a look. >> do you have clarity. >> do not. >> is i >> and the jury instructions have not been decided on or approved yet. we're waiting on that. >> justin delayed is justin denied. >> and it has been under reconstruction after the court said portions of the death penalty were unconstitutional. lawmakers rushed to fix that but in the fix, they caused more appeals by the defendants and
by the supreme court. we'll see how they decide on this. >> and back to you. crews are starting to pick up the flooding debris left behind by hermine. they have a reminder for homeowners. you leave that out on the curb it has to be set out in pile so they're asking to you sort out furniture, appliances and limbs by piles. >> and all of those things will cost us money because we have to pick it up. haul it to a location. dump it. separate it out and reload it again. >> and it is a health issue and all together can attract rats. >> a reminder t lock your doors
hernando deputies say mace man snuck in through sliding glass doors. he was driving a stolen car and had other items from the homes inside. he faces multiple charges tonight. the justice james perry has given notice he will retire in december. that clears the way for the governor to make a first appointment to the high court. the governor says he is to add someone to the 7 member court that will uphold the law and be humble in the process. >> every business wants to make sure when they go through the system it will be a fair system where it should not matter which judge you get. i try to find people that unhold the law. , that's a responsibility i have. >> he was appointed to the
former governor charlie crist. he's been part of a liberal leaning majority. >> there are clues in the arson of a mosque. and we'll look at the video just released. after nearly fainting yesterday what the hillary clinton campaign is saying about her records and the impact on her campaign. >> it is just one game and they
i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump says he alone can fix the problems we face. well i don't believe that's how you get things done in our country. working together. that's how we got health care for 8 million kids. rebuilt new york city after 9/11. and got the treaty cutting russia's nuclear arms. we've got to bring people together. that's how you solve problems and that's what
hillary clinton's health hillary clinton's health is now front and center in the presidential race. the campaign said it will be releasing medical information about her in the next few days. this coxs after clinton appeared to faint at a 9-11 mem she was staggering and slumping forward. the campaign said she had pneumonia. let's bring in craig patrick and dr. jo to talk about this. craig, let's start with us. what impact could this have? >> reporter: beyond this it works for three different reasons first off it raises questions of transparency. if she was diagnosed with pneumonia why not release this to the public.
judgment if the doctor said she needs to recuperate why a fundraisers and press conference before she gave out. she is framing this on the narrative she has good judgment and donald trump does not and thirdly, the issue of health here when you look at this. she may be in good health this one scare aside her but there are previous cagess. jimmy carter who falls during a marathon was a m and was for decades. it made him look unhealthy and weak. george hw bush throwing up in the prime minister's lap. it worked against them very much and the in additions and in bush's reelection efforts that will be a lasting image this time for hillary clinton. >> later she was seen looking better coming out smiling and waving. we know she has a vigorous
to recover from this? >> you know it depends as craig said, there is a lack of transparency we don't know what pneumonia. it may be walking given the antibiotics she had a few days to have that take effect. if it is appropriate and susceptible to that. and it will hasten. it take as week or two but the cough could persist. we have to speculate she looks leaving chelsea's apartment. was she rehydrated she was dehydrated, could she have gotten ivs, orally hydrated. what you get and the access will determine how quickly she will be on the trial. >> you will join us to talk about the nill es. what has donald trump's reaction been.
leading up to this donald trump has questioned the health and she lacks the stamina to lead he is showing discipline. his campaign managers are pressing him not to pile on so he is not. he is saying i see the same things that are you seeing here i don't have much more to say but he said that he, too, will be more forthcoming about the information that he releases. he said he recently had a physical and the details will be coming out as well. and for both o be pressure to be forthcoming at 68 and 70. they are relatively old as nominees for the party goes w that, donald trump understands that. he is not piling on and showing it is interesting discipline in light of what happened. >> they know that campaigning for president is arduous and long. >> yes. >> craig and dr. jo, thank you. now your sky tower radar forecast with chief
>> a up tick in the moisture today. take a look. that's the view from the camera looking west northwest. and that was on top of the camera. canyou could not see a thing. this is moving from southeast to northwest. a lot of tropical moisture. this line with the arrow. this is a trough line. and a line of low pressure. this is invest 93 l that was out. there it will throw more moisture our way. not raining all the time. and most of the time it will not rain and with the heating showers becoming numerous. there is a scattering of showers and storms around and very heavy
alike storm off shore. pinellas is dry. lingering west of pasco county. the rain on the riverview camera is here. that's moving west northwest moving over riverview over 75. heading for the pay. and ruskin and some lightning. as we slide to theou heavy for north port and englewood and venice along 75 we zoom in and challenge and not much inland scattering of light showers and sebring and lake placid and a storm in between dade city and zephyrhills. not much in citrus, because of
spots tampa is 88. picking up on low pressure in the crib union -- caribbean. that will move over and enhance the amount of storm activity we get. last week we had the day or two where it was dryer and dupes in the 60s. that's completely gone everywhere now across the state. we're at summertime dew points in the mid-70s. how about the weekend. you know it is and both days sunshine. how about this. three days, friday, saturday, sunday -- all three the high was 95 and we tied a record high. cooler 92. the next couple of days clouds and showers we'll top off in the long hot summer continues.
tick. say hello. and head to greenland or iceland and off the map in a couple of days out in the mistake. this is not good. this is super typhoon. and 180 miles an hour. gusts to 220. and 180 gusts to 220. and moving west northwest towards taiwan which is here then china is back here. this will be close to impacting taiwan tuesday into wednesday. super typhoon and the strongest hurricane on the planet this year. for us, moisture stays high. and the trough goes by and the red. more showers and thundershowers
and showers and storms gradually diminishing. and any one of which will be hroebltly heavy. more of the same on wednesday. showers and thundershowers around. we're back to 87. and south about 5 knots. seas and low tide at 6:28 the 7 day forecast in a word moist. stay in the highs and 70s for lows. >> thank you, paul it's not just the airlines charging you for everything that you got for free, now the hotels are doing it. how to avoid some oh yea, everything is digital now-a-days. this thing never leaves my side. that is why i signed up for publix digital coupons.
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fire starter. they want to find the man in the video that torched a mosque. it's the same one the pulse nightclub shooter attended. we have the 911 calls on the investigation. >> at the top of the picture a head light of a motorcycle is entering from the mosque and driving alongside the fence at 11:38 on the evening of september 11th. ten minutes later in the left. light and a he is believed to be the person who started the mosque on fire with a bottle of liquid. >> and it looks like the church is on fire, a half hour later, several 911 calls came in. the flames are getting bigger. the fire had spread into the attic and took five hours to fully put out. the stage was extensive. and the detectives and the fire marshal, and authorities.
this was motivated by hate t is not a hate crime of course with what is going on. of course because this is a place of worship and of course because the incident occurred on the anniversary of 911 we'll explore that. we're not confident to say that's the case at this time. >> and use the accelerant. >> he was filmed. he terrorized our community. local and state mosque attended by the orlando mass shooter was occupied by members one hour before it was firebombed. now members are forced out of town in order to pray, the same thing that you hated about orlando, you cannot use the same tools to terrorize and frame others. derroll nail.
is on trial. he is facing attempted murder charges. he is accused of shooting into his truck last year during a incident in lake mary. and they admitted to firing at him but he did it after he showed his weapon and threatened to kill him. and you may recall he was acquitted of killing trayvon martin in 2013 and zimmerman is expected to take the stand tomorrow. jury selection in the trial of a man aus coulded of his toddler son to die in a hot suv. justin hair harris is charged with killing his son deep cooper. he died in the back seat. the trial was moved 275 miles away to georgia after failed efforts to seat an impartial jury in may. a house fire leaves nine people dead in tennessee. four adults and five kids were killed when the fire broke out t
1920s. no word on the cause. but crews say that the fire started in the living room and the house had a smoke detector it is not clear if it was working at the time. a teen already accused of playing doctor is in trouble again. this time the police say that malachi love-robinson lied trying to buy a car. workers say he claimed to be the vice president of a company making the salary. police say that he pretended a woman was his mother. he was car. now the 19-year-old faces charges in florida for practicing medicine without a license. >> thousands of children are reported missing in florida every year. and most return home safely some don't. the 18th missing children's day was held at the capital to remember those who were kidnapped and killed as well as those who have not been found. during the ceremony families of missing children put a rose next to the photo of their loved one.
zachary bernheart. he went missing back in 2000 his disappearance is a miss industry today. >> not knowing is the worse nightmare anyone could imagine. >> it is horrifying. you need to know about what is going on. >> and awards were submitted to those who drew and stranger danger. a surprising admission from the abbey wambach she admitted to years of alcohol and drug abuse. she admits to abusing vicodin and adderrall for years. she was arrested for due tew and she said that was a wake up call she has been sober since that day. she retired last year after 15
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for a much publicized stumble by hillary clinton over the weekend- that's according to clinton's own doctor. let's bring in our doctor, doctor jo, to take a let's bring in our doctor to talk about knew nobody ya. how sick it can make us. i know you have been looking into this, are dr. jo. >> it is important to just talk about pneumonia it can affect 2 to 5 million people here yearly and kills about 60,000.
spoke with the chief of the critical care of usf and told us about the common types. more people die from all other diseases put together. and if you look at this in the middle is your that's on the side. can you see this white here and it is consolidation and this typical. >> describe what is in this white area. >> you as pier rate it it has a response and that's the body's respond to see the changes that happened and starts to cough and not feeling well. >> they are very sick, the person would have a high fever, chills. >> yes. >> what happens is been when you have a typical pneumonia they
better by itself or you die from it. that's a typical pneumonia. and you have a consolidation that's you are as pier rating into the back of the throat. >> good news is that there is a vaccine to prevent this. >> he should use it more. >> and we should and that is available for seniors over 65. younger children and cynthia anyone who has preexisting condition can get that vaccine in the case and we did see her coughing quite a bit at the time. they said allergies. is this the type she has. >> we're speculating but no there is another type they call it walking pneumonia that can cause that. instead of seeing the white area that you saw, the white is sparse but can you see black that's good healthy lung tissue the air is being able to
they have milder systems. one that is responsible is you are seeing a lung there, the browner area is the healthy tissue. but it is a cold and ear infection can you get that bronchitis the wet cough and develop into pneumonia. if it is that type. it is treatable with medication. you recover from it. and maybe they will come out with that at some point. scott, time to check in with you. >> news op the injury front. >> and we're taking it to the streets.
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>> and on a day. 95 degrees. that's tough in the state where heat is a thing, 395 is difficult. now it is rain. moving over south tampa should not last long. it is on the riverview camera 520 weather cast. the nice thing about the rain no 95s. when it is raining like that. street spots in tampa has flooding. the rain is movin along from east to west. and we zoom in. now the rain is in a spot which is no fun for the evening commute. and it is over the gandy and the howard frank land. soon to be over the courtney campbell. and everything is moving to the westorthwest.
back. i think rain fall coverage between now and thursday will stay above average. and watching us. and in feather sound and heaviest harbor it is raining -- coming your way. and zephyrhills. that will weaken as it moves west northwest. elsewhere not much happening in citrus and hernando is mostly dry. to the ending in north port. that continues to move west northwest not much. sebring light rain and light rain near wauchula. polk county is dry. that's about it. now the satellite loop shows a big surge of moisture this is actually investment 93 l which will cut across the state as a
tropical wave and you get above average rain fall. you have moisture to ben with. you throw in a wave. makes it a lift and heavy rain. the next couple of day days unsettled during the afternoons. >> 88 in tampa now. dew points in the mid-70s. as i s set. this is tough to believe. three days in a row. 95. it will be cooler. out in the pacific. >> and the top winds are 1880 up here. taiwan here and super typhoon and will approachhe tuesday and wednesday.
no impact to land. any rain and storms ending tonight and 76. they're back tomorrow. any one of which will be heavy and 87 for a high on wednesday. more showers and thundershowers around and cooler because the clouds and rain. we stay in the upper 80s. the forecast and kind of wet i have not put a 90 n that does not mean we cannot hit at the time. iav the idea lows in the 70s. >> and a victory monday and news and one duck. and -- 1 buc and on smith. and mri.
jameis winston under sims. five tackle bees on the way into the end zone. sims actually gets the ball knocked loose from his right hand during the play. >> and knocks it loose and gathers it. that is a highlight. and especially in the red zone >> and. >> and we were 75% defense efficiency. >> that's we'll take that every week upon further review.
what is the blueprint. using them. and that's very smart. and the bike. when did this show up. >> it stood out. and the touchdown catch. >> charles sims. >> yes. >> great jameis winston. >> raise your hand if you watched the bucs game last night. show me. flip kick. kick flip. >> whoa. >> 2 for 2. >> did you watch the game. >> and we'll have to complee that. >> is it too late to skateboard. >> a man turn 30. prediction on the season. >> going to the super bowl.
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writers on letterman. they are two of my friends. they understand what late night means. i understand it i play late at night. they want to have that party but they go to bed and they miss great shows wail fallon and kimmel and we'll bring that type of party back to the middle of the day. >> guest wise who do you want do you want the stars, news makers people we never heard of a cool story to tell out of those three the people with the cool stories are everyone gets to see stars i love it. if you look at my first week with sandra bullock and renny zellweger i'm fascinated but i want to make sure people that don't have an opportunity to talk about the things they have done that deserve recognition get a chance to sit in the chair. our, i'm fascinated. and all aspects of the show he
his band is the house band. he designed theet. he really wants to see harry succeed. he is putting in the work to make sure it happens. >> good luck to him. you can watch him at 2:00 on fox 13. >> the 6:00 news is next. >> here are mark and kelly. the sports authority makes a decision about a music festival. >> what you can expect to see the sun set music returning. >> a big protest in tallahassee. and why leaders say workers deserve to make $15 an hour, we'll show you the big changes plan for the clearwater marine
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>> this is the 6:00 news. good evening, everyone i'm kelly ring, i'm mark wilson. and up at 6 a drive to walmart ends with gunfire and a brush with death. the deputies want to find a driver who nearly killed another man in a case of road rage. and we have the victim's tale tonight and off highway 54 there. start with the victim. how is the >> he is going to be fine and he spent the night awake with doctors looking at his arm. there is a bullet a pellet from a shotgun lodged in his arm. he is fortunate he is alive. >> you can see a bullet here. >> one look at the trunk of the car. >> it was shotgun, he sees how lucky he was he was not hurt, i'm fortunate i'm arrive. >> and the "it" is a bullet from