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records show scott michael green has a record of confrontations with police. fox's mike tobin has more details. >> reporter: an emotional morning for police in and around the iowa capital. two des moines area officers are dead after being gunned down in their patrol cars. the shootings are being describd as ambush style attacks. >> it doesn't look like there ws any interaction between these officers and whoever the coward is that shot them while they wee in their cars. >> scott michael green as a suspec. police later taking him into custody after warning you should be considered armed and dangerous. >> we understand that the community has expectations of us and that's heart of the service that we provide. you're not going to see any difference in the service that we're providing and the way we o it. >> when police responded to a call of shots fired shortly aftr 1:00 a.m. they discovered an urbandale police officer who had been killed in his car. >> some 20 minutes later a des
they occurred on main roads abot 2 miles apart. they followed two high profile killings across the nation. a gunman killing five cops at a dallas protest in early july. the deadliest incident for u.s. law enforcement since september 11th. and a man fatally shot three officers in baton rouge, louisiana. >> this is the first time an you you -- in the midwest news, mike tobin, fox 13 news. >> vice president joe biden is n tampa right for you campaigning for hillary clinton. let's listen in. >> we've reduced wages for the first time in years are actually beginning to rise about 3 percent. not a lot, but they're beginning to rise. we actually have a growth rate f last quarter of 8.2 percent, which -- i'm sounding like a wok
trillion more dollars into the economy over time, but it gets down to a simple proposition for me. i know i'm always referred to in washington, you read about me, i'm middle class joe, okay? >> well, by the way, in washington that's not meant as a compliment. that means i'm not sophisticate. but let me tell you i'm pretty darned sophisticated about what built this country. the middle class built this country. not a joke. not a djokovic. >> and you've been listeni we'll have more on his speech coming up at 12:30. we are officially under one week from election day and as poles continue to show the race tightening, all eyes continue to be on key swing states. both donald trump and hillary clinton are in florida today. fox's lauren blanchard has the latest from the campaign trail. >> donald trump is still trying to capitalize on the fbi probe into hillary clinton's e-mail, telling voters in wisconsin who may be having second thoughts
option to change their already cast ballot before election day. >> a lot of stuff has come out since you voted. you can change your vote to donald trump, and we'll make america great again. okay? >> today trump returning to florida, a must win state for him. his rival holding three events there yesterday. stressing the important rule of the sunshine state in this election. >> there's no state where you know what happened in 2000, right? >> meanwhile some troubling news for democrats as early voting numbers show a dip in african-american voters compared to four years ago. a group clinton had hoped to energize. >> i don't think anybody would expect to see african-american voters turn out in the same number that they did for the first african-american presiden. that sort of stands to reason. the question is how much does it fall off? >> but president obama is hittig
to turn that around. >> has she made mistakes? of course, so have i. there's nobody in the public arena over the course of 30 yeas that doesn't make some. but she is a fundamentally good and decent person. >> and in an effort to reach out to other minority groups, clintn is expected to make her final pitch to hispanics out west latr today by reminding them of what she calls trump's long report of insults. in washington, lauren blanchard, fox 13 >> we've just learned the name f the woman whose body was found n a ditch in the palm river area. hillsborough county deputies say it is 26-year-old evelyn woodha. a horseback rider found her body on 58th street south just before 2:00 yesterday. detectives say they was fully clothed but this is trauma to hr upper body. >> the reward is up to $5,000 to find the people who killed a convenience store clerk in lake
convenience store in lake wales as a man was locking up and walking to his car. vido shows two men running after shooting and killing the man. investigators say he had just closed the store when two walked up to him, demanded he take off his pants, and even though he dd exactly what they said, they sht and killed him anyway. >> well, the search continues fr the person involved in a deadly hit-and-run that took the life f a 33-year-old woman and severely injured a polk county sheriff's deputy. he stopped to help a woman who ran into the ditch. someone drove into the median ad ran them both over and then just took off. the woman died. the deputy is still in the hospital. he had a six hour surgery on his broken pelvis yesterday. there's a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arret of that driver. >> these guys thought it would e okay to donald trump a couch in the woods in pasco county, but they didn't know they would be
fox 13's evan lambert is live in pasco county in one of the areas known for illegal dumping. what can you tell us about this hidden camera catch? >> well, linda, all these areas, you can see the trash is piling up and several areas there's wod here, tires, children's clothes and this is happening across the county. we're not seeing -- saying exactly where we are, because this is an area where police monitoring and trying to catch people for illegally dumping. they put out this video asking people to identify those seen dumping trash. >> anything from trees to furniture and even boats in some cases. the campaign to catch these people started a few years ago, but just this summer the county turned to the public for help. they say there's an easy alternative. just pay the small fee and take the stuff to the donald trump. >> i probably have two gravel trucks running almost all the
but more importantly it makes te county look trashy. it doesn't look good having that stuff along the side of the roa. >> county officials say that ths is costing taxpayers a lot of money. there are 20 cameras in areas like this across the county, and they say that getting caught is expensive. it can be $500 per piece that hs you can help identify these people and earn a $50 reward. there is a tip line. this information is on website. fox 13 news.com. linda? >> that is a mess. i can see why people are concerned. thanks, evan. >> our extraordinary ordinary this week is a place, not a person. >> the new tampa international airport. where the passenger is treated like a paying customer. where it's easy to come, easy to go. >> it certainly is, which is one
but why is it so easy to get around? we found the answer and we'll show you next. >> but first jim is here with a look at your skytower forecast. >> hey, jim. >> we're off to a pretty decent start today. you're noticing some changes, we have a little bit more cloud cover around today and those easterly winds have been bringig a little bit of moisture across the state. skytower radar is picking up soe rain over in polk county, hardy,
. >> the chicago cubs win game six against the cleveland indians. 9-3. and that ties the series at thre games each. so it all comes down to tonight. it's do or die time. and either the indians or the cubs will be world series champions. fox's joel waldman is in cleveland for all the excitemen. >> a long season all comes down both the chicago cubs and the cleveland indians each facing a do or die situation as each team tries to bring home its first world championship in decades. >> the cubs offense coming to life in game six giving chicagoa 9-3 win over the indians led by addison russell's grand slam and homers by anthony rizzo and chrs brighton.
offense it's pretty special and then our pitching was unbelievable, so hopefully we cn do that tomorrow. >> but the indians aren't giving up yet. they say their defense made too many mistakes in game six. problems they'll correct in time for tonight's game. starting pitcher josh tomblin also blaming himself forgiving p six runs in just two innings. >> i'm not sure. i think it was more about executing pitches than it was anything else. i left too many calls in the middle of the plate tonight and they took advantage of that. you can't do that to a team like that. >> from both cities say they're looking forward to the final chapter of a riveting series. >> i was on a rooftop on friday. it was very sad. now we're very very happy. >> both of them are very deserving, being a cleveland ie, i'm looking for the indians to pull it out. >> game seven kicks off at 8:00 eastern and you can catch t right here on fox. in cleveland, at progressive
you can catch that game at 7:00 tonight right here on fox1. the first pitch goes out after 8:00 -- or just after 8:00. our special game coverage begins at 7:00. >> tampa international airport continuously ranks extremely hih among airport in the united states and we wanted to know wh. well, the answer is what makes tia this week's extraordinary ordinary and here's fox 13's walter anybody that hasn't been to the airport in three years and comes here they're barely going to recognize it. what they are going to recognize is the layout of the airport has not changed so it's easy to get around. >> a little more than a year let on the million dollar expansion. the goal is to be the best airport in the country. >> we want to keep our profile very high and very favorable among people, and we've managed
with a we're hoping for is to ht the number one spot when all the construction is complete. >> while they're not yet the airport is still up there, recently ranking championship travelers choice awards. >> passengers love how easy it s to get around. how easy it is to get in and ou. >> a lot of people knows it's easy and they're not really sure why. >> it's that question that led s to focus this week's extraordinary o why? why do we love it so much? and with all the attention focused on the future for this e need to look to the past. >> tampa international airport. >> people had to carry their suitcases and carry everything from car to gate. so the idea was to have people walk no more than 700 steps from their car that they park from te gate when they get on the plane. >> the only way to stop all that walking is to allow the passengr to standstill and -- >> to make that possible they
that go out to the different terminals. >> like elevator and escalators, but also something entirely new. a system to move people sideway. >> you have to remember that ths design was made in 60s. >> this was a video that was mae shortly after the airport was built showing all that it had to offer, and it's a design that still holds up today. >> the new tam treated like a paying customer. where it's easy to come. easy to go. >> that's the main reason tia is the finalist for top airport of the country and with this makeover, they hope to soar to the top. >> we wanted things to look like tampa. we wanted things to taste like tampa, smell like tampa, which s why we have a lot more local coffees and a lot more local foods and local restaurants, you know, and a lot more local desin here.
important. we think we'll be up there and like i said, we will not rest until we make number one. >> that was walter allen of course. i have to agree. i love tia. it is easy to get in. >> it is a good airport that's the thing. when you have people coming down to visit, how many times have yu heard that where they say, i loe your airport. >> welcome! >> so you said something i haven't heard in a couple of days. a few minutes ago you said showers. >> rain? >> how about that? >> we had any measurable rain here in tampa and we've got a few showers showing up on skytower radar. but as you look at the visible satellite loop you can tell a little different today because we've been talking the last several days about some of these scattered clouds working their way across the state with that easterly flow, and that's been o big deal, but today you're seeig the clouds are a bit thicker working their way across the state, so we're actually picking up a bit more moisture and thats leading to warmer temperatures,
you can see these winds just lie we've seen over the past several days coming out of the easterly direction, 14, 15, up to about 17 miles an hour overall on the eastern side of the state and that picks up some of the moisture, trance ports it across the state with some of the heating and we're producing some small showers and sprinkles. it's not adding up to much, but it's there. throughout polk county south of lake wales and bartow you can se they're working their way working their way over into hillsborough county. you can see up towards lutz anda couple over towards citrus park as well. the overall trend has been as they move on to the west they've been dying out, but it looks lie some of these may actually make their way over into pinellas county and up to our north towards crystal river. you can see some of them working their way all the way out into the gulf of mexico so, there's
quit little sprinkle or two as e go through the afternoon hours. but still rain chances are prety low for today. outside right now we're at 82 degrees. dewpoint, 67. that makes the humidity at 60% and currently the winds are out of the east, northeast at 9 mils an hour. but still we're warming these temperatures up. brandon, you're at 82 degrees. st. petersburg has a 79. bartow, 79 degrees. watch la, arcadia 82 degrees. sarasota already in the 80s. 85 degrees. and with the easterly wind. remember yesterday we were looking at the dewpoints sitting in the low to mid 60s. now we're starting to see more and more of these 70s show up. remember that's just the amount of moisture in the atmosphere. so we're actually bringing that up and it's making it feel a bit more humid and this is all in advance of the cold front which is going to be working its way over us as we get into friday. so the weekend is still looking spectacular. you can see some of the scatterd showers working their way across
basically in control across the southeast, but it's starting to break down a little bit, so we'e seeing a little bit moisture starting to work its way in and there's the cold front. still bringing lots of clouds right through the middle of the country from cans through iowa all the way up into the great lakes. chicago seeing some rain, workig its way through there. behind this that's where the cooler temperatures are. you can see ahead of it 60s and 70s, even up as far as columbus, ohio, 69 degrees and then once you jump on to the bak the 40s and 50s and even back across the big sky country, billings, montana down into the 30s right now. here's the cooler working its wy towards this high pressure, kind of meandering around for another day or so. we have that easterly wind. a couple of sprinkles in there. as this front pushes down theres enough moisture around that we'l likely see a few showers as we get into friday, friday afterno% and then that pushes to the souh and notice that cooler and drier air works its way in.
had the first big cold front tht came through when we went to bed on friday night, no big deal, yu wake up on saturday morning and it was just a nice delightful change with clear skies and much much more comfortable air. so that's what we're looking for once again. so for today, partly cloudy skies, isolated showers. daytime high of 86. overnight low of 68. scattered clouds again for tomorrow. daytime high of 84 degrees. winds are out of the northeast t high tide, 5:17 this afternoon. here's your 7-day forecast. these daytime highs stay on the warm side over the next several days, but then breezy and cooler for the weekend. linda? >> thanks jim. >> it's not marijuana, but there's another plant in florida that some people swear by. up next a look at its healing power and how some
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right now.. all eyes are on florida's medical marijuana campaign. but there's another plant, one florida's medical marijuana campaign, but there is another plant, one that's already legal that some people swear by. >> dr. joe explains the healing power of that other leaf. >> welcome to a backyard jungle in brandon, florida. home to at least 10,000 trees. >> there are more trees in this the country. >> these are semi tropical trees , edible for most humans. deadly for many insects. >> we usually have a box. >> vicky discovered the name out of a personal medical need. >> we started growing in '92 because i'm chemically sensitive. and it is a very nontoxic pest
anti-oxidants. the oil is pressed from seeds ad used to fight viruses. it's also registered as a pesticide and fungicide. >> actually i use it in two way. i use it as a toothpaste, so i have toothpaste and then i actually eat the leaves as well. >> internal began learning about it through her who used it while living in india. >> they would take the actually leaves and light them on fire ad that would be a mosquito re repelnt. >> i have recommended it to a couple, and actually shared a little bit of what i have with them. and they weren't crazy about it because of the taste. >> a taste that takes time to acquire. >> it tastes bad. it's very bitter.
>> not good. >> not good. >> even so she is shipping tree, leaves and organic products containing meem across the glob. >> most of our business is mail order or internet. >> a thriving business that's growing just like her trees. >> now, the fda doesn't regulate it since meem is a natural supplement. many believes that small amounts of the bark and the leaves are safe, but there's been reports f serious that was with the oil. talk to your doctor. that is so important. >> and and i have been talking about this. obviously i'm a cancer survivor so i'm interested in all the anti-oxidants. what was the most interesting thing that you found. >> there were so many things tht were interesting to me. they found traces of this 4500 years ago in ancient civilizations. >> i think the most interesting part was that it's an
it's got more than a blueberry for example. i talked to a recertifier at md anderson. she's using it against prostate cancer. again, amazing results. i put the cancer on the mouse ad found that it did really congres and those myself that were treated with it. but it also has an anti androgenic effect. there's an anti so very very complex, so you hae to be careful if you're using it as a supplement. >> if you're going to use it, hw do you use it? i saw you chewing the leaves. >> a lot of people do that. the doctor that i spoke to, she grinds it up in her blend examiner gets it into a powder and takes it that way. >> however they do sell supplement. not fda approved and because thy are supplement, but i would really advise against the oil. i think the oil maybe top chilly
it sounds extremely interesting, especially mixed with other agents. i think we've got a lot of research ahead of us. from two independent sources it said it helped with playing hai, but it had to be used early on. i'm just so anxious to see if those studies start to happen because i want to see the science. i really want to see the scienc. >> what are you working on for tonight at 5:00? i know you have something else good. >> we're talking about a condition called hae and what this really tremendous swelling in individuals. it can be deadly sometimes, especially if that as well hits, yes, as you can see. if it's -- if it swells in the airways, so the person we talked to here, she's in a clinical trial at the university of south florida. they're hoping to prevent these attacks, but there's also some information out there, because people may have milder cases of it and not even know that they have it. >> that looks very painful. we'll talk more about it tonight at 5:00. >> thanks, joe.
buesing attacks dana young. for things she never did. so we ask... mr. buesing, will you do anything to win? as we told you at the top anything? to beat this woman. >> as we told you at the top of the hour, vice president joe biden is in tampa holding a raly for hillary clinton he just wrapped up a minute ago. here's what he had to say. >> nobody knows better than florida how it gets down to just a couple votes, man. in a big progressive state like this it got down to just a few votes, and that can make a difference. so that's the first point i want to make to you, but i don't have to, because you know we can't take our eye off the ball, folk. we cannot take our eye off the ball here. this is about our police station in the world. this is about our physical
this is about -- this is about our families and our children. it's not an exaggeration. there's so much at stake in this race. our aaron mesmer is at mosi and he'll have a full report on the rally starting at 5:00. >> the battle for mosul continus to rage on in iraq. >> this comes one day after the militant group was driven out of the iraqi troops were searching the area for explosives and booby traps isis could have left behind. at the same time hundreds of civilians are streaming out that was area. thousands of people have been trapped in the city unable to escape for more than two areas. some of those people came out waving white flags, happy to finally be free. >> a speed boat carrying workers
at least 20 people were killed, including a small child. rescue crews were able to save t least 39 people. police believe the trip was illegal and the workers undocumented because of the hey fares passengers say they paid. crews and helicopters and boats are still searching for the othr passengers. >> a 4.8 magnitude tremor shook italy today. fox's jackie's ibanes has more n the damage. >> after the magnitude earthquake on sunday. more than 1,000 after shocks hae been frightening residents including a powerpoint eight magnitude shock tuesday. >> i wasn't like this before. i was not afraid of earthquakes, but now even the smallest of tremors make me scored. >> it was felt as far away as rome where several buildings wee also damaged. >> now we are fighting for the firefighters to tell us if the building is safe or not.
the weekend, but 20 people were injured. with italy's prime minister calling it a miracle amid the destruction. >> like all the norm italians bracing the earthquake, the firt thing is to share the dramatic moment. more than 30,000 people are homeless because of the damage and italy's government is settig up shelters. >> they're setting up tents and gave the news last night that today the assembly of the tents will be finished. >> are refusing to love. >> there are over 50 of us. we won't leave our homes. no matter what happens we will stay because we want to rebuild our town. >> the italian government says t will time to rebuild. >> we have to be stronger than before. >> crews are now inspecting buildings in several towns which have been evacuated. in new york, fox news. >> gas prices are on the rise, and another delay for apple's
fox's lauren semo netti. gas prices starting to bubble up after a deadly explosion at a ky pipeline that carries gas from texas to new jersey. executives at colonial pipeline, gas prices nationally rising a bit overnight to $2.21 a gallon. >> it able to put apple's air pods under the christmas tree. the wireless ear phones were slated to launch last month but the timetable than pushed back again. reports say apple will launch te 159-dollar air pods in january. >> folks searching the web on their phones and mobile devices out paced desktop search globaly for the first time ever last month. that according to an analytics company. smartphones and tablets accountd
48.7 percent. bad news for jobs seekers. companies added 147,000 private jobs in october. the fewest in five months according to adp. construction and manufacturing companies continue to shed workers. that is troubling news ahead of friday's jobs report for octobe. >> that's business. more log on to fox business.com. in new york, i'm lauren semo netti. >> give me a break. a college student's car was targeted by a thief with tooth. >> listen to this. a student at kansas state university says he left his car door unlocked for a few minutes. when he came back he noticed his kit-kat was missing and a nap kn in its play. it reads, saw kit-kat in your cp holder. i love kit-kats, so i checked your door and it was unlocked. did not take anything other than the kit-kat. i am sorry and hungry. he shared the note on twitter. he says there's no hard feeling. he just thinks it's funny. >> well, fans of empire stick
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and andre have some stress between them. it's going to be really nail biting, edge of the seat, and we're really excited about it. >> how has it been so far joinig the cast of a show that is realy on fire? a show everyone is talking abou? i mean there's a tremendous amount of just feeling, you kno, between the cast because we also are involved in the and what we are bringing to the screen, so, you know, everybody is -- knows it's a labor of lov. everybody coming in bringing their a game, and to be embraced and to take in, you know, under the wing by some of the -- some of the actors that have accomplished so much on the show already it's a really good feeling. >> what do you love about this character? like you said there's a lot of tension. that's got to be fun to play. >> well, i mean, having 20 years
experiences and different people that i have met along the way ad bring this character to life. so it's really -- it's really been, you know, quite an experience coming in with the experience that i've had and being able to put it on the screen and -- and being a different contrast from what everybody has seen me do before in merrick garland hosting gigs and a lot of positivity that i have done on television, so to o play a villa and have people sa, i love you, but i hate you on te sh job. >> sure does. >> lots of guest stars this season. have you had any favorites so far? anyone that you would like to se on the show even if it's just oe episode? >> i mean, we've had a lot of guest appearances on the show. i mean, seeing bird man act was quite an experience. we've had french montana on the show. i mean, you tell me.
many people come on the show, because i mean so many people love it and we can go in and out of so many story lines with bringing people on the show tha, you know, everybody knows and loves. >> what is the best part of this job for you? >> the best part of the job, i guesses, is the catering. the catering is way better than the music industry. >> that was an unexpected answe. i like that. >> we look forward to seeing wht happens next on empire. thanks for being with >> thank you for having me. >> and empire airs next wednesdy at 9:00
right here on fox13. >> here's a live look outside right now. meteorologist jim weber will hae another check on your forecast when we
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>> she's a healthy 800-pound pregnant and now washburn is now back in florida waters where she belongs. >> a little over a month ago it was a completely different stor. the gentle sea cow was thousands of miles away swimming in the much colder waters off of cape cod. this isn't manatee country so rescuers called in senior veterinarian laura croft. cold stress syndrome. >> she was treated in connecticut. >> we work very closely with our veterinary staff. to do samples and make sure that all of them were looking appropriate and then of course the ultrasound where we discovered she was pregnant. >> that's right. pregnant, and eating for two. >> she definitely took a lot of
about 140 pounds a day of lettuce. >> after about a month officials decided she was healthy enough o be flown back to florida and researchers here will be keeping an eye on her. >> she's got a satellite tag and that will allow us to see how she's adapting to her natural environment and make sure that she is finding the sea grass bes and she's forraging. >> and they also want to make sure she stays exactly where she belongs. >> she just a good location. it's good to see that we were able to get her out this quick. before winter she has time to gt her bearings again and figure ot where she is and where she needs to go the next couple weeks before it starts getting cold. fox 13 news. >> tampa's lowery park zoo is hoping to add an emoji to your smartphone. they've created a petition. organizers say other endangered animals like tigers and elephans
they're hoping to get 25,000 signatures. already more than 600 manatee lovers have pledged their support. we've posted a link to the petition on fox 13 news.com if you would like to join that effort. >> so, jim, you mentioned a few little sprinkles. showers out there. >> yeah. actually something on the radar. it's kind of funny in the mornig i come in and me and dave talk about what's going on in the weather and he was so excited today. he's like, we've got something o talk about. we've got rain on the radar. so, you know we're watching a fw showers on they'll be working their way across the state as we go throuh the day. so we have a slight chance of a sprinkle or two or quick little shower. but looking out at the beach right now it's still a nice looking day out at clearwater beach. you can see a little more cloud cover, but once you jump inland you can see lakeland looking at mainly cloudy skies right now. we have seen a few showers in polk county. and the other thing we're talkig about are some cooler temperatures and this is a look at our daytime highs over the in the case several days.
86 degrees, but as the cold frot heads our way, by saturday we'll see the big drop in the temperatures. nice delightful weather will be heading our way for the weekend. >> there it is, on skytower radar. you can see down to our south ad throughout polk county you can see some of these scattered showers. most of the activity right now south of lake wales, south of bartow and it is basically working its way from the east to the west. also up towards lakeland just to the north of downtown lakeland, it will be working its way acros we've had some showers throughot polk county. you can see them moving pretty quickly, work their way through carroll wood over towards the west chase area. now stretching over into east lake and palm harbor. looks like they'll work their wy out into the gulf of mexico. but because they move quickly you're not looking at much accumulation. just wetting the ground a little bit. >> you can see some quick moving showers moving out into the gulf
sarasota. all east of i-75, but you can se there's more activity towards arcadia as well as, so we may gt a few more as we go through the afternoon. still plenty of warmth around. right now in tampa, 82 degrees. clearwater has an 80 across our northern counties. >> and warmer temperatures once you get down in the sarasota, about 85 degrees right now. some 70s showing up. la bartow currently sits at 79 degrees. we've had the easterly wind for days upon days now. slowly bringing that moisture back across the state, so these dewpoints, they've been climbing up into the mid and upper 60s and some 70s starting to show up. so, yeah, it's starting to feela little bit on the muggy side outside and this is all kind of in advance of the cold front which will be pushing down acros the southeast and bringing the nice refreshing change for the week and the ridge of high pressure that's been dominating our weather for a couple of wees
front here to push down into the southeast. you can see a lot of cloud cover with this front, and some scattered showers working their way up into the great lakes and then behind that that's where those cooler temperatures are. you can see a lot of warmth out ahead of it and then cooler and drier air. that's what's on tap as we head into the weekend. you can see that high just kind of breaks down as we go through the next couple of days. we still have that chance of a couple sprinkles or light showes for today into tonight and then that front works its way down. looks like sometime friday. so you're probably not going to notice a huge change on friday, but you wake up on saturday morning and that's where you're going to notice that nice chang. partly cloudy skies, a few isolated showers. daytime high of 86-degree and then for tonight, mainly clear skies, overnight low of 68. for tomorrow scattered clouds. we continue warm. daytime high of 84. winds are out of the northeast t 5 to 10 knots. moderate chop on the pay.
here's the 7-day forecast. a couple more days of the warm and muggy conditions. we'll go ahead and call it muggy right now and then the nice change for the weekend, but breezy once that front moves through on saturday. linda? >> sounds good. thanks, jim. >> a local choir is using money they would spend on gifts to hep a greater cause.
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>> the choir at the presbyterian church is rehearsing a christmas classic. ? . >> for many christmases they've taken that message and put it in to action. >> providing basic necessities o those in need in another part of the globe. >> our church had this prim, christmas in africa. it seemed like that would be the >> nancy callahan is the directr of music at the church. she encouraged the choir to use their christmas money toward the program which benefits those impoverished in a rural village in uganda as opposed to buying gifts for each other. it's a way for our members to purchase things for the people,
mosquito net. >> dr. sylvia campbell has seen firsthand what the donations can mean during mission trips to uganda with a nonprofit village partners international. >> when you think over 1,000 children in a little tiny villae in africa that every day receive a nutritious meal because of the goodness in the hearts of people in this choir at this church who never will see them, who will never interact with them, but >> if the whole world would do that, wouldn't it be a better world? >> that of course is our kelly ring. >> if you're walking through lakeland we're going to ask you to look down, because you might just spot a treasure. lately people are finding beautifully painted rocks all over the city. scott irkhart and his family wee at his son's wedding in vancouvr when they found a pebble. it had vancouver rocks on the
they found a community of people who created the tiny works of at and hid them around the city. they thought why not bring the souvenir and the idea back home. in a matter of weeks lakeland gt more colorful. some rocks are master pieces, other offer words of encouragement. >> that's what it's all about is making somebody smile. you know, that's the message tht we're trying to get out is life isn't always bad, that there are some good points and it's me laying on the ground that can do that. >> i like that. to get involved just search lakeland rocks on facebook. maybe start a movement of your own in tampa or st. pete. why not? make one's day. >> not a bad looking day. we have a couple of showers showing up on skytower radar. >> wow exactly. october 15th, the last time we actually saw any measurable rain here in tampa, but you can see t
state. not going to amount to much, but you might need your wind chill wipers on a time or two. but the cooler temperatures are on the way for the weekend. >> that weekend looks awesome ad we get an extra hour of sleep. >> bonus right there. cooler weather, more sleep. >> we'll keep posting the latest news all day on fox 13 news.com. >> plus look for more news, weather and sports beginning at 5:00. >> until then have
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