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>> changing course again. the fbi releases a statement on its investigation on hillary clinton's e-mail server.
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>> more than 300,000 voters have already cast a ballot in this election. >> 300,000 in pinellas and 400,000 in hillsboro, while the before election day. >> she is protected by a rigged system. >> donald trump renews his sentiments about hillary clinton after today's fbi announcement. the bureau now saying it stands by its decision this summer not to indict her. >> apparently this is some sort of family correction although i don't know who or what that
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pinellas park, but detectives have more to investigation, what they are saying about who pilled the trigger. >> and so far 48% of the state's registered voters have already cast their ballots. evan lambert was at those making a last-ditch push. >> the candidates and their surrogates are criss-crossing the states, before florida and the rest of the country decide this election. >> hundreds of people lined up to cast their votes on the last day of early voting. election officials saying ea
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interest in this election. -- including early voting and mail-in ballots. meantime national polls continue to show a tight race but a slight lead for h hillary clintn over trump. clinton was in cleveland sunday unleashing familiar attacks. >> in the last debate i pointed out that donald trump has punished chinese steal to build his last two buildings but all the time he is running around ohio talking about what a great advocate he is going to be for working people. >> trump reacts to the latest fbi announcement. >> she is protected by a rigged system, she shouldn't even be allowed to run for president, i'll tell ya.
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turn out by both sides. >> it's really important to turn out to vote. >> here in the sunshine states several polls have clinton close or even tied. >> evan, thanks. >> the news that the fbi is apparently clearing hillary clinton of any criminal wrong-doing is not sitting well with donald trump and his supporters but the gop income k lot of time in states that traditionally vote democrat. >> she is protected by a rigged system, she shouldn't even be allowed to run for president, i'll tell ya now. she is the most corrupt person ever to seek the presidency. >> trump woke up in blue colorado and will end up in another blue state tonight.
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the latest in the e-mail scandal. >> hillary clinton was sending highly classified information through her maid who therefore has total access to this information. >> hillary clinton has rallies in both nebraska and virginia. he canceled an appointment with paul ryan to hit deep blue state minnesota. >> minnesota, so do you really want a president who doesn't care enough about your vote that she never shows up? she never came here. >> mike pence appeared on fox news sunday. >> we are on offense and the clinton campaign is on defense trying to shore up blue states around the country in the remaining days of the campaign.
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michigan where he is down in recent polls. the secret service hustled him off stage after someone shouted "gun" and jump jr. retweeted erroneous e-mails that someone shot at his father. but nothing was found and the protestor was certain key democratic polling locations in clark county were kept open for hours and hours beyond closing time to bus and bring in democratic voters. folks, it's a rigged system. >> today hillary clinton learned about the statement by fbi director james comey just before
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ohio. again, comec's letter saying based on the agents' review he has not changed his opinion that no criminal wrongdoing happens in the handling of classified e-mails. >> we are glad that he -- reached in july and we are glad that this matter is resolved. >> clinton has relied on an army of rock stars in james taylor, and beyonce among them to get out the vote in a tight race in key battleground states. >> and detectives tell us that the suspect in the case has turned himself in.
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his way to treasure island beach and called police to report what happened. officers met him at the beach, interviewed him and and sent me investigators to the pinellas park apartment where they found the victim of the shooting. apparently the shooter and the victim are related. >> there is a family relation, i don't know who or what that connection is but it is apparently the individuals is in custody with our agency. >> it is not clear what might have motivated the shooting. we'll update you as we learn more. >> tonight, citrus county deputies need your help in hunting down suspects who hit three internet cafes.
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surveillance pictures of the suspects. investigators say two went into the internet flamingo cafe while a third went next down. an armed employee in one of the cafes shot at the suspect but he grabbed a woman and used her as a human shield as they ran out. >> and three members of a family were killed when their car flipped off of an and fell on to the highway below. two children and their father were killed in the crash and their mother is in critical condition. investigators say speed and alcohol were likely to blame. >> a twisted guardrail, and broken bits of a luxury sports car mark the place where a bartow family was torn apart
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rondle and testify any green were headed northbound when their children in the back seat when they lost control of their mass are a ti. mass of theirmaserati. both children were still inside when the badly smashed vehicle helfell on to caught fire. help arrived to a horrifying scene. tiffany green was still alive but her husband and two children didn't survive the crash. >> it's difficult any time there are children involved in a cash like that. it's very unnecessary for the children to be involved in such a horrific incident. >> several lanes were closed sunday morning as the highway
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but they believe that ronald green was driving at least 20 miles per hour above the postedd speed limit. >> florida highway patrol says alcohol also appears to have been a factor in the fatal crash as well. >> wildlife watchers be on the the loose. >> where it's been spotted and what you should do if you happen to see this little guy. >> great weather this weekend and more warmth for the next couple of days. we'll talk about all of that coming up. amendment 1 is endorsed by florida's firefighters... because it does solar the right way. amendment 1 protects consumers from scams, and unsafe solar installations.
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why are out-of-state billionaires attacking amendment 1? because amendment 1... stops. their. subsidies. with amendment 1, you don't pay for someone else's solar. to stop unfair subsidies, vote yes on amendment 1. >> if you think you just saw a monkey scurrying around pinellas county, you are not imagining sightings have reported from hernando to pasco county. and now it seems that the rhesus monkey has been spotted again. something in this woman's yard caught her dog's attention and it was barking. and sure enough, it was a monkey. >> opossums and raccoons but never a monkey, and i don't know
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one hurts it. >> if you happen to spot the monkey give florida wish and wildlife a call. >> and today this post office was renamed in honor of a 19-year-old killed serving in vietnam. his family was there for the ceremony, and overwhelmed by how many people came to honor his the congressman who introduced the legislation says it was truly a community effort. his sister worked at that post office for 20 years. >> a wonderful tribute to the family. well, we've been enjoying some nice weather the past couple of weeks. >> a little bit cooler to start the day, and another somewhat cool night, above average but on
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windows open. before we get to the forecast, weather trivia, the first time in a couple of months. and we went back and we have not done this in a couple of months. here we go, i know that you are a bit rusty. >> thank you for your confidence. >> wait until you see the final scores. what is the latest date for a hurricane to make landfall in the united states?. states?. we'll srt your guess? >> since hurricane season lasts through the month of november, i thought that it should be something oddly outside november. >> okay. >> december. so i guessed d, december 5. >> i had the opposite reasoning. i thought that december 5 was
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miney, moe. >> but you forgot to catch the tiger by the toe. hhermine made landfall near a mexico beach, november 21, and that is the latest landfall in the u.s. for a hurricane. and so we talked about the scores -- >> wow, low score. >> the same. >> we have two months left in the season, guys. i have confidence. >> i'm glad somebody does. >> we'll see what happens. >> and a lot of confidence in the forecast for the next couple of days. look at this. just some clouds but overall another great weekend. 84 degrees in tampa, and a great
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was an hour earlier. 84 for the high today. 64, the low, and it was a somewhat coolish morning where you could leave the window open and have fresh air coming on in. 87 in sarasota, and 82 in wauchula. 83 in brooksville. st. pete only got to 79, or water temperatures in the mid to uppe cooler in st. pete than the rest of the area. a warm second half of the year, 97 days now including today, high temperatures above average going back to july 1. a pretty incredible streak. dewpoint of 64, so the dewpoints are continuing to come up a bit, relative humidity at 71, and winds out of the east at 6.
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70 in lakeland, and 72 in st. pete. you look where we are going for tonight's lows and generally right back where we were this morning. low 60's inland, and upper 60's in and around the bay, and in the north, you will be the cool spot. satellite and radar across the area, high clouds extreming in , and we continu which continues into monday, along with some of the breezy conditions we've been seeing. we start back off to the west and you see a cold front moving through the plains and on into the midwest and you see this trough out in the gulf. signs that the moisture with this trough may make it in early wednesday or first part of thursday and then develop into an area of low pressure
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cooler air. that is not coming through until next week, so a bit of an uncertainty in the forecast as we head towards the thursday, , saturday time frame. tomorrow, 83, and heading into the day on tuesday, 82. sun and clouds somewhat breezy but we start to lose some of that wind. we'll go 20% rain chances on wednesday, and depends on what happened with that system out in the gulf and then cooler towards the end of the week and highs into the upper 70's. >> a south carolina man arrested after a woman was found chained up on his property has confessed to another killing crime. >> the cold case his admission
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disturbing case out of south carolina where authorities say a man was confessed to killing multiple people in a hidden crime spree laster more than a decade. todd kohlhepp faced authorities just days after authorities found a woman chained inside a metal container on his property, and her boyfriend's body buried nearby. >> and we have families can finally find closure. >> a time of wondering, waiting and worrying has finally come to a close for four families. >> i did not anticipate ever getting this phone call in my lifetime, no. >> this is melissa ponder exactly 13 years following the superbike quadruple homicide that took the lives of several
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others. >> i don't want to spend time finding out everything about this guy but at the same time i want to know everything because it impacted us so much. i feel like my late must be and my late mother-in-law are overjoyed for us. i feel like they are rejoicing because we know the stuff they've known the whole time. >> some of the family says for scrutiny, suggesting that the gunman was after him, but tonight authorities say all four were shot in cold blood, and all are hailing kala as a hero. >> it's answered prayers, all within god's timing. >> the divine intervention of
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and the struggle that miss brown went through during her two months -- >> she is a warrior, a hero. >> melissa ponder was pregnant when her husband died and her son scotty who never got to know his dad told his mom how relieved he was that the killer confessed. >> they gave you a lot of support and i love the people in south carolina. they are our purpose with the timing in all of this for us to know this -- i mean still -- the irony of 13 years. >> todd kohlhepp is being held in jail tonight without bond. his next heres is scheduling for january 19. >> and most voters in this election say the economy is their top priority. >> what both candidates say they
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>> as we cover the presidential campaign this sunday before the election we turn to one of the biggest issues with voters. >> polls say voters number one coconcern heading into election day is the economy. >> we are broke now. >> steve worked 49 years at the same mill in washington, in july he and 216 others were out o the reason? foreign competition. canada had been dumping subsidized wood in the u.s. >> the federal government is allowing other counties to rip this government off like you have never seen. >> oa trump's solution?
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return outsourced jobs and convince others to stay. >> all of our -- keeping wealthy inside the united states. >> at molly moons the ice cream business is red hot. and she likes hillary clinton's efforts at allowing more people to experience the american working women. >> businesses need customers with more money in their pockets than most americans have right now. >> hillary clinton would pump up the economy with a tax cut to the middle class and small businesses and she wants to spend millions on roads and bridges, family leave and subsidized tuition.
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class and debt free for everyone! >> to pay for her plan she wants to raise taxes by 1.5 trillion over five years focused on high earners and investment gains and all who make more than 3.5 million. >> whichever candidate wins the election, growing the economy will be job one. -- making it the lowest job participation in the -- >> one year -- theater and other sites -- europe came together to start up a series of events in tribute to 130 victims.
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the sights of the attack. three men strapped with explosives and others fired indiscriminantly into the crowd and exploded their bombs. isis claimed responsibility. >> u.s.-backed kurdish forces with pushing to make a syrian city which has been for isis this has iraqi forces also bottle their way toward mosul. they are pushing further in despite fierce isis resistance. >> the threat of election day cyber attacks has prompted many to request assistance from the
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but some think that the threats are slim. >> 48 states have asked the department of homeland security for help but jeh johnson and other si cyber security expertsy a hack is unlikely to impact the results of the election. >> i have a lot of confidence in the ballot and the process run recalls. >> part of the reason for that confidence has to do with the fact that most voting machines are not connected to the internet nor to each other. each state runs operations and investigators say it would be almost impossible for them all to be breached nation-wide, but hackers can cause plenty of trouble on election day especially with an electoral
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if they disrupt the recording of information, some will say you can't trust the results. >> and perhaps the biggest threat is hackers gaining access to database and thus their personal information. and the department of home land security says that has already happened in several states although they would not say how many. >> new at 10:00 we have just learned that florida governor rick scott will officially open the scenist coastal byway. after hurricane matthew a mile was compromised and damaged causing traffic to be diverted. the price tag for the highway
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million. coming up next you could call it a jetski that flies. >> but whatever you call it, it's the newest thing to land in tamp 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. a role model for everyone in our community. i'm proud of you mom, we both are.
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
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my dad was a family doctor in pinellas county for 55 years. he used to even take me on house calls. both my parents taught me to help others. that's why i believe in public service. as your governor we got things done, and if you send me to congress we can do it again. i'll protect social security and medicare. and i'll take care of our veterans. i'm charlie crist and i approve this message because i'll put you, the people first. earlier this week.. a new always have, and always will.
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>> but it's not as if your planes -- a far cry from a normal airplane. >> very, very cool, and bring as whole new dimension to flying. something completely different. >> we'll start up, okay, we are good to go, start it up. all right. okay, all set? ready to go. >> all right, go for it. >> bravo runway 4, ready for departure. here it is coming up. >> wow, nothing to it, man. >> supereasy, supereasy! >> okay, so you can see how easy and simple that was. we have the windows out, the wind in your hair. you want to be at the controls a little bit?
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>> that's great. actually -- i'm actually flying the plane right now. >> i got the controls really quick. i got the controls. yeah. i like it, i like it, i like it. >> yeah, you can really get down in here, and do some sightseeing, you know? >> like being on a waverunner or a snowmobile, but you're >> it's very similar to that and has the same kind of characteristics. -- make ourselves a radius turn here and it turns really tightly. >> right up on the edge, baby, right up on the edge! all right, so we'll get ready to do some low landings. gear is down, flaps are up,
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wow, that is awesome! >> we're going to stay up on the steppe a little bit, and taxi around. it feels like a boat now. >> and now we'll just go full power and we are flyin'. >> all right! all right, here is coming down, and gear is down can lock and >> short and final, full stop, hero. >> skyhawk 355 charley, cross winds, staying in the pattern, runway 4. >> thank you, josh, really appreciate it, that was fun, and i really liked the landing a lot. so smooth, i didn't expect it to be that smooth. >> nice and supereasy.
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knight airport, and it was so cool. that water landing and i had not done that before, on a smooth sea depth perception can fool you because you see it coming up but you don't know if it's 100 or 10 feet, but fortunately the pilot knew. >> a trained pro. >> did you pull the water? >> you know what? i bet you he could. >> so the bucs didn't play today, but coming up we're going to tell you how the strength of the second half of the schedule just got a little bit tougher today, plus we'll take a spin around the rest of the teams in the nfc south and how many
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i am patrick murphy and i approve this message because i'll never stop working for you. why are out-of-state billionaires attacking amendment 1? because amendment 1... stops. their. subsidies. with amendment 1, you don't pay for someone else's solar. to stop unfair subsidies,
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to come out of the bucs thursday night game is maybe this weekend off to rest before jumping into the rest of the season, and that got even tougher today, of the 17 the bucs have still to play, five won and two didn't play. all right, let's take a spin around the league starting with the saints and san the saints up 18 at this point, later in the second quarter, colin kaepernick has to mcdonald and no one is going to catch him, 65 yards to the house, and
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offense with these two teams today, saints win it 41-23, and capping this nine-play 54-yard drive. cam newton sacked five times today, and the rams held scoreless for some time. how about this not in your traditional on-side kick. the panthers win it and the bucs have lid slid down to a tie with carolina at the bottom of the division. but of course they still have three more division games to go.
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back from surgery. to brown, and the stealers trail by 14, and then under a minute to play, roethlisberger is scrambling and is going to keep it and diving into the end zone, and they have a chance here, unless the kicker ross boswell has something to the worst on-side kick that i have possibly ever seen. pittsburgh is now 4 and 4 atop the afc north. no rush back for tony romo. he is playing pretty well. the brown defense? not playing well, and they may
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a touchdown 10-yard run, the left arm and the ball gets inside the pylon. third quarter, and eliot take it is again, from 8 yards out. cowboys come on to win big, 35-10 your final, rogers and the packers hosting the colts, opening kickoff and toddman finds a crease and he is from the score and the colts quickly out 7-0. later on in the first, frank gore runnin' and hoppin', and rogers looking at the end zone and jordy just out-muscles him,
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touch down, by 14 at the half. they run it in for a touch down and 31-26, the colts go on to win. well, the cup series making a stop in texas. rain delays for the start delayed over five hours. this was the next to the last race for drivers to qualify, and with all of management becoming an issue for guys. this tire lets go, and that brings out the caution. the dr drivers spent the race rg ry trying to save their tires. inside 100 laps to go, and austin is clipped by reagan. dylan managed to keep it off the
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and then on the restart, more trouble for dylan. he is clipped and that sends him into the wall, and casey me cass also got into it. >> all right, scott, thanks. mike is back with another look
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>> another chamber of commerce weekend out there. you can see the hilton clearwater beach cam shows plenty of sunshine, especially this afternoon with midand high-level clouds streaming over with temperatures in the 80's and water temperatures still in the 70's. not a bad day to be at the beach. by the way, we continue that streak now 12 days in a row of temperatures above average for a high. still warm and breezy and we'll continue that, we get more seasonable temperatures by the middle to the end of the week
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the gulf, wednesday, or a bit later on in the week but i think cooler air is in the forecast. 72 in brandon, 71 down in bradenton. dewpoint-wise temperatures have come up a bit, so it will be slightly more humid as it heads into the day on monday. back off to our west, continuing to stream in, and you don't see a whole lot of this moisture sitting over houston. couple of days. i think for wednesday, wednesday night we see a shot of at least seeing some of that. for the day tomorrow, 83, and partly sunny, still warm and breezy. and here is your seven-day. temperatures in the low 80's and then we cool off to more seasonable levels and maybe even below average to the end of the week. >> the new york city marathon
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kenya. she finished just one second shy of her time from last year. it was still plenty fast enough for a win, and the second place finisher was nearly four minutes behind, and the male winner incredible. and coming up we are following breaking news out of man at the county. manatee county. >> the deadly shooting of a young woman. >> and a family in south florida is reunited with their pet
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whole thing happen. that coming up at the top of the hour. amendment 1 is endorsed by florida's firefighters... because it does solar the right way. amendment 1 protects consumers from scams, and unsafe solar installations. safe solar for the sunshine state.
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bob buesing... on 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.
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my dad was a family doctor in pinellas county for 55 years. he used to even take me on house calls. both my parents taught me to help others. that's why i believe in public service. as your governor we got things done, and if you send me to i'll protect social security and medicare. defend planned parenthood and women's health care. and i'll take care of our veterans. i'm charlie crist and i approve this message because i'll put you, the people first. always have, and always will. why are out-of-state billionaires attacking amendment 1? because amendment 1... stops. their. subsidies. with amendment 1, you don't pay for someone else's solar.
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good evening, i'm lloyd >> good evening, i'm lloyd sowers. >> and i'm haley hines, thank you for being with us. >> we are following breaking news out of manatee county where deputies are working to find out who killed an 18-year-old just before 5:00 p.m. they were called out to a home li a shooting victim. she was driven to the hospital where she later died. >> and tonight we are learning more about a shooting that left one man dead inside a pinellas park apartment. the person of interest in police custody is related to the victim. police say they got a call from treasure island police that a man called them saying he killed someone and wanting to turn

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