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ago, she could not have imagined one of the first trips on the ski would be his last. >> was going out to enjoy the day, build a sand castle, never came back. >> he was with his son, worried about where they were his wife called to check up. red flags went up when it was the boy who answered. >> he said daddy is missing. >> that set off a massive search effort, the son, jet ski and adult life jacket were found known as island the sheriff's office boats scanning the river for any signs of him. on tuesday afternoon, the search ended. >> we have located and recovered the body of a white male about a half a mile up the river from where we recovered the jet ski, they are calling this an accident at this point but they are not sure what happened. those that knew him a former elephant train remember stunned. >> it is unreal, you never
happen. >> he was such a good person, we cannot believe it. >> she warned him about the dangers on the river perhaps it was not enough. >> this is the one thing i said if you're on the island don't take off the life jacket. that would have made a difference. he will be missed. he was a good guy. >> investigators are not speculating what happened. they believe the medical examiner's report and the way in putting the puzzle pieces together. we're live, josh cascio, fox 13 news. >> thank you. we're following a news alert out of hillsborough where the body of a woman was discovered in a ditch in the palm river area. they are investigating near 20 and 58th south a horse back rider found the woman just before 2 this afternoon. they say the medical examiner will determine her identity and
middle of another push through the sunshine state and wrapped up a rally in dade city a while ago. aaron mesmer was there. did we hear anything new? >> reporter: well, cynthia, she didn't say a word a single time today was e-mails. that's been a big topic of service since friday when the f.b.i. revealed it reopened the investigation into the alleged e-mail scandal by hillary and that, she had a 30-minute speech this was 2/3 of it occupied by two topics -- immigration and women. and hillary clinton made a statement about immigration before she took the stage, the former miss universe introduced the secretary clinton. after the first debate she made headlines after trump said, who owned the miss universe attacked her for her weight.
of florida. she said florida can decide the election. that's a reason why she and donald trump have devoted so much time and campaign money in the sunshine state and clinton believes getting thewell and latin america voters could make it a blue state. she used the trump tapes from entertainment tonight shows how trump used >> what about our girls? girls watching all of this? what happens to their confidence >> if you have a daughter, granddaughter, sister a mother, a wife a friend, someone like this becoming president who insults more than half the population of the u.s. s of
this is not someone we want them looking up to. >> reporter: some of the latest polls show that florida is just about dead even leading into election day with trump in the lead in some of the polls by a fraction of a percentage point. again this is going to be a state could with other swing states decide who wins the election. coming up at 6:00 we'll talk more about one thing that clinton did mention getting the voters out. that's a theme. >> and she wants to get people out in in early voting. we have seen that the republicans are getting more voters out there. we're going to have that at 6:00. donald trump and his running mate were in talking about health care and promising to rereel and replace obamacare which the administration
premiums of 25% next year. >> i'm running to change and work with the american people to create generations of success. i'm running to restore honesty to the government and safety to the communities, we need safety. >> and real politics polls show hillary clinton with the lead in the battle ground state of pennsylvania. let's turn to craig pat clinton here today, joe biden and donald trump in florida tomorrow, it is clear our state is ground zero for the campaigns. >> it is. there are a couple of things here. florida is the trawl battle ground with 29 electoral votes, the biggest prize of all f you look at the math it shows that donald trump is making suggestss -- suggests that he cannot win if he does not win
check mate if she wins the state of florida. that's a reason why we have been seeing them here but what we're seeing is not as many uncommitted voters in the state. and like colorado and new hampshire and with this they're not coming here to change finds but win over the voters there are not that many there. they are trying to rev up the bases, they know in the early vote total it is neck and neck between the parties and the base is going to win the state of florida. that takes visits to the state. trump today turned his focus to health care. tell us why? >> premiums going up an average of 25% for midlevel plans. this sis in the news cycle, there is a new open enrollment period for the affordable care act and kicked in. runs through january. you see declining options for
it is raising a lot of questions. there is a desire among republicans and democrats to reform the system but do it in different ways. with this donald trump is trying to capitalize on the issue that he thinks can drive voting behavior. >> that's why he raised it where he did and when he did. he is ham hammering hillary he knows that will not turn states he needs in his column. that's why he is focusing now on health care. >> final week. mike pence had issues in clearwater. the power went out forcing him to improvise with a mega phone. someone took off with his notes. his campaign said he left them on the podium. someone walked off with them. the secret service is reviewing
identify who it was. >> horrific crash in baltimore today killed six people and injured ten others. a school bus rear ended a car that sent the bus into a pillar and ricocheted into the path of the consumer bus. it was so bad some people described it like a bomb that went off. the driver was killed along with five people on the city bus. and there were no children on the bus at the >> there are not any skid marks. something that we're investigating. to see the damage that took place. there is a speed. that person survived and shed light on what happened.
the driver was outside of a hall when a man came up to him said he wanted the pizza for free. then he showed him what appeared to be a gun. they arrested a 20-year-old who is a student living on campus. they say it was a toy gun but he is charged with armed robbery. a steining stranger in the halls of a school is reviewing a plan after that career criminal right there was spotted inside the school while the students were the trying to open doors inside of the school. police arrested him, parents are alarmed. and chris cato is joining us. so many schools are locked down. >> this has a pence all the way around it. he may have climbed that fence but we asked the schools how he got in and they're not selling us. we'll have more on that in a
bartow elementary a teacher found the guy on the second floor of the school he had been roaming around for a while trying to open two locked doors. the other throwed a mechanical room. when a teacher confronted him he said he was a mechanic. officials called the police they placed the school on lock down. police aest ared the suspect. donald stephens away from the school and based on the history they believe that he was there not to hurt students but steal. >> it looks like there was no ill intent to students or staff but when we get the report and responding it is a scary thing to think we have someone trespassing on the extra us who should not be there. >> so how did he get in there in the middle of the day? i called the polk county official he said he cannot tell me if they determined how he got in and if any changes were made
laws prevent him from discussing the safety plans but he did say the schools are assessing the environments and working to improve the safety. and that suspect, 41-year-old don stephens, appeared in court on trespassing charges. i researched his history he has spent 20 years in prison for a long list of crimes in polk and hillsborough and almost all of them are related to grand theft and fraudulent use of credit cards n 2009 he was sent to prison for five breaking into a different school in polk county and stealing a lot of stuff. commuters have a new way to get to and from tampa and st. pete without getting stuck in traffic. the ferry made its maiden voyage. dan matics was there at noon. it looked great. a beautiful day out there.
over to tampa. you said it. if you don't want to be stuck in traffic. too many beers after one of the ray's games, and it is only the start. first the first time the ferry connects and on the maiden voyage a ride. >> it belongs here. an could not move any more. he got it out of the counties a win-win. >> with dozens of politicians and community leaders the ferry left the basin on tuesday morning for the trek across the bay where they were greeted where the boat docked near the convention center. >> it is awesome.
tickets could be researched -- purchased for the first trip on friday, she will be back, we love st. pete and tampa to go back and forth on a fun boat, that's awesome. >> and riders can relax with a beer in hand but the views of each city are incredible. >> people will love seeing the downtowns from t leave st. pete and pulling into tampa. we leave tampa pulling into st. pete, you don't get that on the howard frankland. >> s transportation is a big issue for the development of the area. and they want alternative ways to get around if the program goes well the cities hope to turn the ferry over to the private sector. the days of fighting about who
carson and i have seen some terrible ads attacking our mom dana young. for things she never did. it hurts because mom is cool. she is caring, she works hard.
whenever something is not right mom is on it. trust us we know from experience. mom put her career on hold for us. to raise our family. she is a role model for everyone in our community.
amendment 1 protects consumers from scams, promotes safe solar, and is endorsed by florida's firefighters. so, why are out-of-state billionaires attacking it? because amendment 1 stops their subsidies. amendment 1 ensures that if you don't
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check this out. temperatures again in the mid-80s. 83 degrees and will be another great sun set tonight. winds still gusty. that and up to this point and could be 88. but we know it has been 87. the average high is 81 the record high and that's the case. the record high for today. 90. set back ten years ago. you know what is amazing. matthew that moved along the
another weekend. the lows in the 40s and 50s. highs in the 70s. the weekend 75 on saturday. and 77 degrees on sunday with some wind. east winds at high pressure is locked in. of today, the mercury was up near 80 and for game 6 of the world series tonight. warm for november. 67 the first pitch at 8:08.
that's here on fox 13. first pitch 8:08. coverage at 7:30. and clear skies. we're down to 68. clouds add sun. breezy warm another 86. lots of sunshine. winds about 10 knots. on the bay. big i mean a big temperature drop for the weekend something. >> and sunday. and back to you. >> and amazon gets a jump start on black friday shopping.
hillary clinton: far too many families today don't earn what they need and don't
have the opportunities they deserve. i believe families deserve quality education for their kids, childcare they can trust and afford, equal pay for women, and jobs they can really live on. people ask me what will be different if i'm president? well kids and families have been the passion of my life and they will be the heart of my presidency. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. port tampa bay has now become florida's largest and most diversified. which helps explain why it is one of dana young's top priorities. generating over 15 billion for the regional economy, and 80 thousand local jobs. dana young is working to continue that success, by attracting high waged jobs for families who need them and fighting a bureaucracy that too often gets in the way. dana young for the florida senate.
it is more than a kay and month. they're offering sales now through disease 22nd. there should be deals coming every five minutes. the items on sale will have a ticker. >> there are good deals there. and some temporary work. amazon is hiring. they are not alone. walmart is offering early bird sale that launched as amazon countdown. the national retail federation. 41% start earlier. they expect the average american
this shopping season. retail me not says that 61% will spend more this holiday season than last. with 56% done online. not heading out to the scores. >> that's clever that you have to leave it it up on the computer. what to i need, you switch to the next screen when the boss comes by. >> this how to do that. >> what do you look for. apparel and decor, electronics and computers from that's what you want to wait for. and the first week of december with a discount of 40% off. not bad but you know from shopping early to shipping
be bus year between thanksgiving and new year's eve. they are expecting 100 million more deliveries. you cannot procrastinate if you want them shipped on time. >> i know i mean. >> a big development in the fight against isis. england. the surprise they got when they checked her i moved on her like a [bleep]. you can do anything. grab them by the [bleep]
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the record. he sues tax payers to cover the outrageous cost of a lavish courthouse. buesing files forclosures on homes critical to seniors. his law firm is accused of running up costs on a school district at the expense of our kids. trailing in the polls, buesing attacks dana young. for things she never did.
over two million americans are behind bars. nearly half of them for drug two million americans are behind bars half for drug crimes. but the crazy granted pars to some. two of those were attorneys who beat the oddsment how they did it. >> they understand what a big deal this is a. >> it is the equal to a hail mary pass. >> in the end zone. it is caught for the win, or winning the lottery twice, that's a long shot. >> it is. >> why the tampa attorneys are
and say are you not going to die in prison but see your family, that's something i don't get to do as an attorney. >> but jordan and his colleague did. they got a call that changed two lives forever. >> you know i informed them that the president has granted the petition for clemen he clemencyd getting out in december, to show what you a long shot it is to be granted clemency, l inmates rejected this year alone by the president. >> and he beat the odds. >> yes, absolutely, two years ago they volunteered for a project and matt's client was convicted of a drug offense and got 18 years in prison. >> it was worse for jordan's client, he got life for a non-violent drug offense. the war on drugs led to stiff
prisons. but there was a push to change our drug laws. congress did just that in 2010. >> we're able to argue under the laws he would be done with the sentence and be out. >> the president commuted them of more inmates than the past 11 presidents combined. >> the client is now 81 years old and has spend 26 years in prison. a lot has changed in 26 years. >> the computer, cell phone. he has grandchildren. he gets his life back and start a new life. >> he will be released in december right before christmas and the other inmate in february and we'll follow the cases. back to you. >> you're right, what a thing to happen. the debate to the abortion laws made it to the state supreme court a woman has to
abortion, justices put a pause on that while they hear arguments and make the final decision. >> this is a political restriction on the right of a woman to make an important decision for herself that the state is trying to dress up as a medical decision. >> it is an irreversible decision that a very short consent period like we have other decisions is reasonably necessary to ensure that it is genuinely a voluntary decision, the court heard the arguments today and it could be months before they issued the opinion. a fight for mosul the second largest city despite resistance from isis militants. the military puts the number of militants in the city 359 to 5015 to 2500 more are believed
1000 are important fighters. the coalition is backing the operation through air-strikes. and it is far from over and last for several more weeks. transit systems shut down right now after nearly 5000 workers went on strike. the union could not come to an agreement with the agency on issues such as pensions. health care and break times. trollies and subways provide 900,000 ride as day the rail lines are open but they are jammed. it a night strike by workers in philadelphia since 1975. the manatee that caught a ride with the coast guard from connecticut is back where she belongs. after a rehab at seaworld she was ready to go. >> she is a healthy 800 pounds, pregnant and now washburn is back in the florida waters where she belonged a little over a
story. this sea cow was thousands of miles away in the colder waters off cape cod. this is a not manatee country they called in the a senior vet dr. laura croft from orlando. >> we saw she was thin. she was showing mild syndrome. >> she was treated in connecticut. >> and we're working with our staff to do a blood samples and appropriate and then the ultrasound she was pregnant. >> that's right, pregnant. eating for two. >> she took a lot of lettuce and spinach is what we fed her. 60 kilos a day. 140-pound as day of heatous. >> after about a month the officials decided she was healthy enough to be flown back to florida and researchers here
>> she has a satellite tag that will let us see how she is adopting to the environment and she is finding the sea grass beds. >> officials want to make sure she stays where she belongs. >> the fact she had a quick turn around time you know she was in good health. it is good to see and quick. and plenty of time to get her barings and where she is the next couple of >> nice to see that. next, finding healing in our own backyard. how a florida grown plant is
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what they used to do with guys like that when they were in a place like this? they'd be carried out on a stretcher, folks. and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? it's like incredible. when mexico sends its people, they're bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they're rapists. you know, you could see there was blood
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right now.. all eyes are on florida's medical marijuana campaign. but there's another plant, one that's right now all eyes on the medical marijuana plant unwithos legal that people swear by. the healing power of the other leaf. >> reporter: welcome to a backyard jungle in brandon, florida, home to 10,000 trees. th there are morning trees in >> they are semi tropical trees, edible for humans, deadly for insect pests, what we do when we pick them, we usually we have a box. >> and vicky parsons discovered it out of a medical need, we started growing it in 1992 because i'm chemically sensitive t is a very non-toxic pesticide. >> they have antioxidants.
anti-tumor in effect cancers and prostate and bone. the oil is pressed from seeds and used to fight viruses and bacteria. and epa registered. and some countries have approved it to fight head lice, chewing the bark is thought to help in tooth erosion, i use it in two ways as a tooth paste i have a tooth paste and i eat the >> a specialist dr. patel learned through a parent who used it in india, they take the lives and light them on fire that would be a mosquito repellent. the ground efficient lupes die digestion but it is a tough sell, i have recommended it to a couple and shared what i have with them. they were not crazy because of the taste. >> and it takes time to acquire. >> it is bad.
>> sometimes. >> good? >> even so she is shipping the products containing neem across the globe. >> the business is mail order. >> it is thriving like the trees. >> now studies including the mayo clinic are testing the anti-cancer potential. the fda does not regulate it since it is a natural supplement. many believe that small amounts of the bark a you never want to take something like this until you talk to your doctor. >> it is readily available any reports of problems. >> there have been and that was with the oil. they found people were giving it to babies, infants there was a report of death and seizure so, you never want to give anything to a baby really and if are you thinking about using it, contact your doctor.
tonight. >> just a little game. yes, game 6. indians not only back home in cleveland but on the doorstep of a title. cubs have seized momentum. that's game 6 and the bucs they want to be known as a team that can run the football. but the core of running backs are not household names. the latest editi i spent 22 years in the air force, and i was a republican for every one of them. i was rationalizing donald trump's behaviors until... i heard that tape, that was the last straw. i don't want my granddaughter thinking it's okay to be... treated
that way, and my grandson growing up thinking... that's how you should treat women. that scares me, that scares me a lot. so hillary's got my vote. we don't see eye to eye on everything, but she's strong, and i respect her.
port tampa bay has now become florida's largest and most diversified. which helps explain why it is one of dana young's top priorities. generating over 15 billion
for the regional economy, and 80 thousand local jobs. dana young is working to continue that success, by attracting high waged jobs for families who need them and fighting a bureaucracy that too often gets in the way. dana young for the florida senate. 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, commonsense safeguards for the health, safety and welfare of florida's consumers and it's first responders. amendment 1 means more solar, safe solar, for the sunshine state.
under state attorney mark ober's watch, rape and sexual assault are on the rise. ober is not just ineffective, he declined to prosecute a man who forced a girl into sexual slavery, even blamed the victim. ober: she was with him voluntarily. our community
deserves new leadership. andrew warren, an experienced prosecutor, will reallocate resources to target violent crime, including gun violence, rape, and domestic abuse.
>> the dew point not bad. nice in the evening. the sun goes down. the freeze is up. and 18 in tampa. we had a long stretch of winds. winds and on the backside. high pressure the weekend is spectacular. clear skies. mild. 68. sunshine coming up tomorrow. breezy. back up to 86. no change on thursday. more sunshine warm. 85. things are starting to change on
a chance of showers on friday. after that the weekend is good. highs in the 70s. lows in the 50s. temperatures in the 70s. >> bucs are getting senior for jonathan banks. he was thought to have been waived they struck a deal with the lions. they are getting something out of it. a 7th roster spot for running back mike james. and did not discuss it it had not been official. james was back as can you see in the 25 jersey today. and he returns to the bucs from the lions practice squad. he made the buc's roster only to be cut days later due to injury.
him it will be a running back by committee. we're tying to patch it together one week at a time until we get reinforcements. >> another matchup. the second meeting half game of first place. as you remember the bucs beat atlanta. and really need this game thursday night to stay in the hunt. >> i mean it would have been bigger if we won. and a half game out.
>> tonight game six a chance to win it in front of the home crowd. and cubs coming off a big game 5 win in chicago. playing with the backs against the wall. and joe madden. >> and to the hill. great in the post season a 1-0 tonight the pressure turns up another notch. >> the body is feeling good. everything is the same. >> and everyone is excited. and. >> we're going to get to what we
will be a guest at progressive field. he is the last living member of the 1948 world series indians. that's the last time they won the world series. at that time the 28-year-old first baseman hit the series clinching r.b.i. hit off warren spawn to beat the boston braves. that was in a game 6. tonight is game 6 as well. can you catch it here on fox 13. coverage at first pitch after 8:00 and the late news to follow after that. how about that 98 years old. >> that's the ultimate good luck charm to have. >> i think so. >> yes. that's got to be neat for him. and the only one that can relat@ to a cleveland indians world series. that is cool. >> i cannot wait to see him. >> it will be on at my house. big honor for kenny chesney.
stocks ended slightly lower on wall street as investors continue to monitor stocks ended lower
today and leading up to the election. get used and it is over. the dow is down. and down by 35 and the s&p lost 14. and kenny chesney. >> and we caught up with him here is natalie morales is. >> and the career has made him a music success and that is why he will get the cma highest honor the pin pinnacle award.
i was able to do that and more with kenny and the sand and surf exclusive. >> i think that you will dunk me in the cold water, you will love that. >> i bought a full wet suit, i'm disappointed in you. >> i don't have your abs, that's my excuse, not for the cold. i'm covering up. >> 7 or 8. >> let's do it. >> no >> there is natalie. we have to turn around we're never going to get back. >> it was a windy day all right. and kenny rinsing off the road dust with me near his malibu home t is down time for the only artist on billboard's top touring acts of the last 25 years. do you think about slowing down and settling down? >> i would be lying that i
there will be a moment i back off a little bit but i love what i do. >> his cd just came out on friday, he already has the number one country song the duet with pink, setting the world on fire. >> that looked chilly there, too. >> and the 6:00 news is next. >> here are mark and kelly. >> back to the bay area for the nominee hillary clinton. new at 6:00 the impact some feel the e-mail investigation is having on her campaign. >> a group of veterans are enjoying a day in the capital. >> members of a quire are using money they would spend on gifts for a greater good. how they are benefiting by the generosity.
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a coup is protesting amendment one. why they feel they are not told the hole story. a sad development today in the case of the missing jet skier. they believe they recovered him. they made t his son was found alone on a small island. his dad was gone. >> first of all where was the man's body found? >> kelly his body was found down the river that's where the jet