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blue >> regrets, i have had a few, how many, frank? i said a few. that is what frank said blue eyes. what about us? what kind of regrets do we have at the end of our days. >> how heavy drinking as a teenager can effect your life later in life. our dr. jo will explain. >> sorry, i had to have fun. >> what a voice? >> thank you. >> not yours, franks. >> it was the best ever. >> nice to be back outside. thanks for joining us. you don't need a jacket.
clearwater. 72 st. petersburg. winter haven joining the 70 degree club at 9:00. 70 bradenton and sarasota as well. enjoy the sunshine. seasonably warm temps, vanessa, mid 80s. >> on the roadways, better look 275 southbound. we have been watching a couple of ho into the interchange. blocking this lane up at mlk jr. boulevard. we are starting to look better to the travel times, bearss to i-4. continue to expect the travel times now we have fewer cars on the roadway. >> breaking news out of baltimore. horrible head on collision between the school bus and computer bus.
authorities confirm six died, seven overs seriously hurt. no students have died. we don't know if students were on the bus. right now we don't know what caused the accident. it is bad, it is awful. we'll get you any new developments as soon as we get it. >> it is not just the candidates counting down. in the presidential election. one more week of the ads. is it too little too late for donald trump? there are 23 million ballots cast. i-4 corridor once again in the national spotlight. how it votes is seen how the election will go. candidates aren't leaving anything to chance. hilary clinton will be in pasco county followed by husband,
st. put petersburg. governor mike pence at clearwater airport. at one point he had to use a megaphone in the dark. firefighters believe this was a blown fuse, nothing sinister. donald trump will be traveling the state. not anywhere close. he'll start off noon in miami. orlando for early evening, and wrap up i thursday, he is planning to be in jacksonville. with all of the surprises over the last 72 hours or so, there is talk of a constittional crisis and discovery of new clinton e-mails putting president obama in a tough spot heading out on the campaign trail. >> reporter: president obama has
he has a tough balance. some light moments on hilary clinton's campaign trail as aids celebrated halloween. scary days ahead for clinton and trump. for trump still an uphill battle involving three states. >> he needs, florida, ohio and north carolina to come his way l. losing any of those three, it is a long road. >> reporter: obama's schedule, florida, ohio, north carolina. hoping to block trump. >> there is no case here. >> reporter: don't expect the president to join the fbi pile on. they uncovered a new trove of e-mails.
could be prosecuted over her classified e-mails. >> her election would myer our government and our country in a constitutional crisis that we cannot afford. >> in truth, about the only legal option republicans would have would be impeachment. democrats suggest they -- alleged ties to russia. standard. more drama surrounding donna brazil. she fed debate questions to the clinton campaign to help edge out rival bernie sanders. cnn has now cut ties with her. clinton campaign confident in these final days. new york post reported, they
fireworks show on election night. >> other news, it has been two years since president obama began to normalize relations with cuba. others criticized it. what we do know besides a few large brands, american business and trade has not boomed as once thought. cuban government still holds a monopoly on what is imported and exported. lifted. until that happens, not much business will be done. we have this video just in. helicopter searching for a father that has been missing since last night. a three year old in a life vest found on an island just off the alafire river. now the search is on for that
developments all morning. this is the first time we have seen this island from the air. it gives an idea what they are up against. >> multiple agencies out here working to locate if possible, 38-year-old william county sheriff. i know you are getting back on the water. tell me your focus. >> couple different faucets, our marine assets out with sonar trying to locate along with our aviation, infrared, body heat. in search and rescue mode.
child. we are taking special measures to take the child to the mary lee house. they interview young victims. we are hoping we can find out exactly what happened. >> what can you tell us about the challenges of searching this particular body of water. always the loss of time, family thinking maybe they are going to show up. you have to catch up. >> always someone says i am taking the child going out for a while. you have the different tides which can cause a lot of obstacles. certain areas of the al fire river, extremely shallow. being shallow, we are afraid, almost became safety concern for us. with the help of the daylight out, continue everything is fuelled up, we'll be out here in
remainder of the day. >> you are getting assistance from another agency. >> correct. u.s. coast guard. we want to saturate this area as much as we can. >> thank you so much for your time, again. of course this is a busy day for the hillsborough county sheriff's office, 38-year-old william morris hasn't been seen since he took son out on a jet ski. going on 15 hours. continue to keep you posted as any new information becomes available. >> shayla, from what you have been able to tell us, the child is okay? >> yes. that is correct. the child is okay. there was a good samaritan that spotted the child on the island, good samaritan stayed with the
child is okay. 9:09, health news, u.s. department of agricultural approved two genetically modified potatoes. these new gmo's resist the disease that cause irish potato famine and reduce black spots and bruising. they must go through a review spot. they expect the approval to come some time in the spring. reading and looking at a tablet or phone before bed makes it difficult to go to sleep. kids especially teenagers have a difficult time getting to sleep and staying asleep if a device is in the room. doesn't matter if they look at it before bed or not.
with 89% have them in the room, it is something to take notice of. can you believe it. 54 more days until christmas. ups expected a busy holiday season. they'll deliver 700 million packages, thanksgiving and new years, hundred million last year. amazon hiring 120,000 workers, fedex will hire 50,000 people. good news. >> let's not get ahead of ours ourselves, laura, we have to cook a turkey. butter ball, remember famous
experts, thursday 17th run through thanksgiving day. most asked questions, how long does it take to thaw a turkey, answer is depends on size, thaw slowly in your refrigerator. so a 12-16 pound turkey will take three to four days, not recommended to put in your clothes drier. doesn't work. coming up, halloween is over, one father hopes lesson learned stays with his daughter. >> rocky has inspired thousands of athletes. who was using the champ as motivation now. >> speaking of champs, speaking of champs, here is charley
side? i am making stuff! i am making stuff out of metal. dave is directing me. >> do this first. line up. bring this down. watch your fingers. >> i am making a metal lantern. >> have that edge on that line. that is where it bends. >> when we come that right? wait. sorry. riveting television. this way? >> do that. >> more complicated than it looks. when we come back, how you can make cool bob buesing... on the record. he sues tax payers to cover the outrageous cost of a lavish courthouse.
district at the expense of our kids. trailing in the polls, buesing attacks dana young. for things she never did. so we ask... mr. buesing, will you do anything to win? anything? to beat this woman. in my job, i see a lot of fires that could've been stopped before they started. that's why florida's firefighters support amendment 1. amendment 1 does solar the right way,
((take nats)) :48 for about 10- 15 seconds... ((russell/wipe vo)) this, you may know, is from rocky 2. rocky balboa the consummate >> some rocky ii. came from nowhere to win. this is how the cubbies got pumped for must win game five. reminding his teammates, never give up. >> they left for cleveland last night in typical joe madden
flight. crazy suit. top hat on. of course tonight. wonder if they'll have rocky ii in the clubhouse. another must win for the cubs trying to force a game seven. indians hope to close it out and end six decade dry spell. you can watch it here game 8:08, first pitch. >> i was in philadelphia this summer. people still run those steps to the museum of art. there is the statute. they still pose. there is a line of people to stand and pose. >> that is so cool. you know how i am going to know if cleveland is going to win? >> your phone is going to go off.
election is going to end, too. >> we can't stay up that late, we have to be here for you. >> i hope my phone goes off that night. >> as long as it is over. >> by the way, this weekend, we are turning the clocks back. >> that's right. >> don't forget about that, folks. sunrise 6:43. extra hour of sleep. don't forget to change the batteries in smoke and carbon dioxide detectors. upper 60s inland. today, exactly like yesterday. sunshine, warmth. moderate humidity, high of around 86?.
low. more warmth and high temperature. you have upper 70s for a high. >> we are going to check out the area near the bridge, 275. this is the camera near the south rest area. apparently further south. ((laura it's the perfect time of year to be laura? >> vanessa, thank you. perfect time of year to be outside. on friday, you can be outside and get from st. petersburg to
thanks ken.((laura/)) >> we just saw former mayor of tampa dick greko. lots of other about the outside. you are telling me it is a nice ride. >> it is a very comfortable ride. nice wide seats, tables to put a computer, cup holders. >> so there is food and drink? >> yep. nice cafe for coffee. in the evening, beer and wine on the way home after your day of work. >> i think of a ferry chugging
>> it is quite, quite fast. upwards of 30 knots. it is fast. it is a catamaran, two holes, nice and flat and comfortable. >> people have pushed for this. what are they going to do today what is the agenda? come together to experience it live. it is a test and great cooperation between st. pete, tampas, pinellas and hillsborough to come together to tackle transit and give more options. >> you can do the same thing, $10 there, $10 back.
i have a feeling a lot of people will be doing that. back to you. >> 30 knots. that is about 35 miles an hour. not bad. >> i don't know what that means, if rich says it is fast, i believe him. >> thank you, ken. >> sounds like a fun day. we should go out together. >> coming up next, charley is taking his turn t metal into art. slaving away. [laughter]. i've been thinking... this might be the one thing in the world you pull apart to come together. new papa john's cinnamon pull-aparts covered with cinnamon crumble and sweet cream cheese icing. try our new cinnamon pull-aparts for just 6 bucks.
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charley belcher coming to you from clearwater. look at that, i did a pop rif vet. hold your applause until the project is completed. you are way to premature. place is called chin whisker's metal school. you love it. you love the metal work. it is a trade. i wouldn't say it is dying. it is a little stagstagnant. >> now we don't have trade schools. >> there is no more shop classes. everybody has to go to college.
you decided to offer these classes much like the painting places. thought it would be a great way to share your passion and inspire others. first class, everybody leaves with a lantern i have been making here. it is fun. is this one you did first. take and put a candle in there. looks like a christmas tree. >> i think this is a great. good thing about metal, can't break it. you have to bend it back again.
obviously your students love it. sign up online. >> go on the website. classes available there. pay for it through there. sign up for the classes coming up. we have them in november, december, january, february, march. and gift certificates. >> yep. good next class he is going to offer will be the welding. you get the blow torch. i think you should come back for that. >> i want to ask you, too before you go. it is the perfect place for you to be chin whiskers, where did the name come from? >> i think you can see dave is known for that chin whisker.
welcome back.. >> welcome back, 9:30. following a developing story out of baltimore this morning, six killed in a bus crash. happened earlier this morning, side of the commuter bus ripped off after a school bus collided with it. no students on board the bus and no word what cuz >> a pipeline shut down after a deadly explosion when a construction machine struck the gas line. one colonial pipeline worker killed others hurt. fire was at risk of spreading
across several states. still too early to tell if the same will happen. police in san francisco arrested a dozen protesters. they want city bank to stop funding this pipeline. they were outside chanting and holding signs. city of orlando released pulse attack. only a transcript available to the public. you can here omar mateen talking to negotiators. officers can be heard strategizing. there is still 200 other calls not released. attorneys for the city say they depict suffering and not be made
indestructible and don't think of the side effects of drinking as a teen and later in life. >> they looked at veterans and followed them over the years, they looked at what they did in their youth, their middle age and what was happening to them after the age of 60. those for more than five years even if they remitted the drinking before the age of 30, they found there were health consequences later in life. they measured nine parameters, physical, mental, health, social, financial issues, also looked at death. those early aged drinkers that
seven of nine categories. chronic drinkers had nine out of nine. >> anything about this surprise you? >> i think it surprised a lot of people. surprised the researchers, they felt if you stopped before age 30 you would normalize certainly. a lot of the health consequences would not effect you after the age of 60. these were all veterans, vietnam veterans they were born before the 1957. so did anything else that can be attributable to that experience play into this? that we don't know. >> does it tell us then, anything a person who has lived
besides quitting? >> of course quitting. we saw the benefits in two, one was death. that is pretty significant. i think probably what these researchers are looking at which is not good, our brains are developing in adolescents into our 20s. so the concern is, is the alcohol or that excess in alcohol affecting the brain to the point you or if so, can we do something else to mitigate it? would there be more emotional support? more counseling? would there be something else we can do or know they are at high risk to make sure they don't happen. we don't have the answers to any of those things. i don't want to sound hopeless
has a lot of people asking questions. >> you have to wonder, too, did they look at family histories, here? did these people come from a family of drinkers? >> yes. a large part of these, these were twins. one may have been chronic drinker, other not. they were able to compare it. they had control groups. all these i keep wondering about the social aspects. i took care of a lot of the veterans at the va hospital. i think that is a question i pwould like to see answered. >> very good point. very good point. all right. thank you. interesting. >> all right. you were outside first time in a
worn the suit jacket. definitely not july. >> that is the thing, you know what, it has been that northeast wind we have had past couple of weeks. it doesn't keep it real, real dry in terms of humidity. doesn't allow the oppressiveness to settle in. we have been using term moderate humidity. that is what we are looking at next three, three and a half days before our through, it is stun, 70?, hilton water beach camera. brook dale, you are looking over downtown tampa, absolutely gorgeous, 69?, feels warmer. that was at the top of the hour. 72, usf marine science camera, east-northeast camera, 13 miles an hour. northeast wind once again which
holds sea breeze back. really allows these temperatures to go back above normal. normal high around 81 this time of year. we are going to bring you to 86?. notice the drier air aloft encompassing the entire state which gives us this beautiful sunny sky. i don't think weather wise will be a bit of a difference the weekend is beautiful. same type of set up.
68?. tonight. i am flip flopping them back to 86. once we get into the weekend. drier, cooler, 77 saturday, 79 sunday, don't forget. we are turning those clocks back going to bed saturday night. we have quite a few first birthdays today. grab a couple of coffee and look at that. she likes to play with her cousins, spend time with mommy and daddy and walking all over the place. happy first birthday, sweetie. we have piper turning one. two brothers, colby and -- we
with brother and sister. we have princess julianna turning one sunday. loves books, finger painting. hope you had a great first birthday. one more belated. that is clay. clay turned one last week. loves to eat yogurt and watch "the price is right" >> everyone has to have a hobby. >> great show. >> it is. cute costumes in there, too. we'll get to the roadways here at 9:40. waiting if the last of the congestion, 275 south. no complaints heading into
also in the green, northbound 75 selmon expressway only taking five minutes. >> thank you, vanessa. we all have them, regrets wlar what are the biggest people think they have in the end. justin bieber ending his legal troubles, vanessa is going to have that for us. >> live look at the board on wall street.
settled. both of the parties worked out a deal. none of the specifics. justin himself is on tour in europe. live action remake of snow white in the works at disney. no director or actors is attached. beauty and the next march. i love mulan. should be a good one. lessons learned from people that have lived, loved, and lost. biggest regrets at older folks carson and i have seen some terrible ads attacking our mom dana young. for things she never did.
palliative care nurse asked her patients their biggest regrets? top four, friends. far too easy to let them slip away. they bring meaning to life. suggestion: reconnect with those you love true friendships rare and should be cherished. >> another regret keeping feelings buried inside whether it is love or it can lead to bitterness and leads to a less than full life and full of regret. >> and you never hear anyone say i wish i had spent more time at the office. no truer words were ever spoken. working too hard, too long, missing special family events like the soccer match or
missing. >> biggest regret is not staying true to yourself. people focus too much on what parents, co-workers and friends thought and not what they truly wanted. by the time they had the courage to go after it, it was too late. >> all of this proven true a few years ago. remember this viral video, chalk regret, missed loves and broken relationships, chances not taken and dreams not fulfilled. >> that is so true. you know. >> yeah. >> maybe a lesson to us moving forward. >> not the happiest story i told you. >> maybe there is something to think about. >> i think so. stay with us, last look at
kids in vegas, their dreams for a forever family came true. this is the fifth year cynthia dressed up and held special wishes on halloween. >> it is a way to encourage your children to reach for their dreams. the dad, photographer in utah and daughter three-year-old nelly. his daughter loves strong female characters and obsessed with wonder woman. he made her a costume for halloween. josh says he started it september 1st, he spent $1,500, it is leather, coolest accessories you have ever seen and a professional photo shoot
it is all worth it because he wants to teach nelly, it is awesome to be a strong independent powerful woman and always have that for the rest of her life. josh said he made the costume so she can wear it a year or two and get his money worth. she wears it to the grocery store, out to eat, everywhere. >> i had an obsession with wonder woman. >> isn't that a >> you never quite got beyond it, did you? >> let's go into what is going on here weather wise. it is not a huge change. in fact, our forecast brings us 86? under mostly sunny skies. watch what we do, we flip it over to be 68. i took the 86, we are going to
>> you are a magician. >> it is unreal. >> you are a weather man magician. then it gets nice. >> so many things that are nice, it is a weekend. we get the extra hour sleep which is awesome. for us in the morning, we had that hour sleep loss forever >> sunday morning, i am at buddy run for baseball. ho 7:00. >> so nice. fall is coming. vanessa they want you there, too. >> sunday morning. >> that poor girl. that will do it for us.
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