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time now is 7:00. and ed bloodsworth has a look at the sunday morning forecast. >> yeah, coming off a decent saturday. this morn aircraft little different picture across the area. mainly with more cloudiness out. there that's what we're seeing now looking at land o'lakes, 62 degrees now and mostly cloudy and a couple sprinkles throughout the night. looking from faye mouse the cloudy where it is 63 at this time. 63 for clearwater. milder in st. pete at 68. and 64 in lakeland and winter haven. and 66 in tampa this morning. so we have had a few light sprinkles. and there they are, now starting to exit the region. still seeing drops coming down at tarpon springs. 65 this morning. some scattered clouds. mainly dry. most of us going to miss out on rain. 83 degrees this afternoon. but long-term, we have a slow
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you're especially going to notice that next weekend. and i'll tell you if the cold fronts will bring us rain. that's coming up in the full forecast in a few minutes. >> all right. thank you very much for the update. breaking news we are following right now. three people were killed in a fiery crash on interstate 75 earlier this morning. another person was transported to the hospital in critical condition. news channel 8 is live on the scene with the latest. what can you tell us? >> reporter: candace, this is just a very tragic crash that that is i-75. the dad died, two children died and the person taken to tampa general, that was the mom of the two young children. they were just 5 and 9 years old. and look at some of the video. i'm sure you notice that the car completely burnt up. when firefighters got to the scene, they said it was already 50% engulfed and in flames and they said that two people inside and the car were dead.
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hospital. that was the mom. and witnesses tell state troopers that the car was traveling northbound on i-75 when it lost control, hit a guardrail and then tumbled over, down here to woodbury road. and investigators are still conducting their investigation. they said this road will be closed for another hour or so. because they're still here and the medical examiner is still here finishing up some of his work. and fur about to make morning commute, woodbury road near brandon is closed. >> our thoughts and prayers are with the family. thank you. on the campaign trail, a mad dash to the finish line. we are down to two days until election day. the clinton campaign has events in seven battleground states while the trump campaign holds rallies in eight. governor mike pence will rally in panama city today while president barack obama campaigns for clinton in kissimmee. and donald trump will return to the bay area tomorrow for a
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last night, tense moments in nevada. take a look at secret service as they rushed trump off the stage in the middle of the speech. we're told a man showed a gun in the crowd and that's when they whisked him away. moments later, trump returned to the stage. >> nobody said it was going to be easy for us. but we will never be stopped. i want to thank the secret service. these guys are fantastic. [ applause ] >> a man identified as austin crites was detained by police officers and secret service. this is video of officials holding him down. no charges were filed and he has been released. he told reporters it started after he raised a sign against trump and was assaulted by a group around him. >> there were people on my neck, basically trying to choke
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i'm used to giving myself air. soy wasn't going to allow them to complete choke me out. but had i not had the training, it's possible i wouldn't be here talking to you. >> again, officials report that they did not find a weapon in the venue and he is not facing charges. it happened hours after a trump rally at the florida state fairgrounds in tampa. donald trump told florida supporters, he draws crowds the old fashioned way, with his message. >> he wants to take tax down 10 to 15%. which means all the businesses will move back to america. this gets rid of the inner city problems right away. >> trump will be back in the bay area tomorrow. he is holding a rally in the sarasota fairgrounds. the rally is scheduled to start at 11:00 a.m. doors open at 8:00 a.m.
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petersburg for hillary clinton. he was joined by tim kaine. while most in the crowd voted early, they urged those who have voted to knock on doors and urge family members and friends to exercise their right. >> he emphasized how important florida is this year. >> florida's really important. and here's the thank you, you guys have already more than 5 million of you have already voted in early voting. [ applause ] >> bon jovi closed out the show with a rendition of "give love a bad name" with tk playing the harmonica. and tim kaine is rallying today in wisconsin. after the concert, two deputies were involved in an accident. the deputies were assisting tim kaine's motorcade in st. petersburg. it happened in the area of interstate 375 from 8th street north. police report the accident happened when an unrelated vehicle was stopped in the
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the interstate. no injuries were reported. today hillary clinton will head to cleveland to rally with lebron james and will campaign in new hampshire. last night the presidential nominee was with another star, singer katy perry in pennsylvania. earlier in the day, she battled the elements in south florida. take a look. >> you are a hardy bunch, standing out here in the rain. i don't think i need to tell you -- >> that rally didn't go as planned courtesy of mother nature. clinton got soaked after she began speaking. she cut her comments to seven minutes which included thanking rapper jay z and beyonce for their campaign concert in cleveland the night before. it's no wonder the candidates are spending time in florida. the sunshine state is playing a pivotal role in this election. recent nbc wall street journal poll numbers show how tight the race is here in florida. clinton has 45% and trump at
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and if you have not voted yet, you have one more day to vote early. the polls opened six minutes ago and they are open until 7:00 this evening. the state of florida has seen record early voter turn-out. here in hillsborough, they have seen more early voters than in the last presidential election. as of this morning, more than 216,000 early votes have been cast. have been returned. that's almost 400,000 in hillsborough county. and pinellas just under 300,000 votes cast. and in pasco, 142,000 people have taken advantage of early voting and voting by mail. preparations are underway in hillsborough county for election day. saturday clerks picked up paper works, cellphones and supplies needed to return the ballots on election night as they prepare for tuesday. >> we have 340 precincts in the county so the clerks come by to
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business in the polling site on election day. >> a big reminder, today is the last day for early voting. if you have until 7:00 this evening. if you have a vote by mail ballot, you can drop it off at early voting locationings. this morning, news will help you get prepared. join myself and keith cate where we will go over the vote. vote counts 2016 airs at 9:00 this morning. and news channel 8, we are your election headquarters for political coverage on election day. we will be with you all day as you cast your votes and as projections are made. and you can check or our app for latest information. the pinellas county sheriff released details of last night's deputy-involved shooting where one man was killed. it happened around 10:30 p.m.
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north. when deputies responded to a domestic disturbance cost. -- call. a 49-year-old was found ramming his home and his wife's car with his pickup truck. he was shot and killed after they say he charged at them with a knife. >> we are fortunate the deputies are safe and that they were able to do what they did to protect themselves because he was clearly coming at them. a good portion is captured on video. that we have been able to review. >> and deputies report that he said, quote, you're going to have to kill me when they told him to drop his weapon. and we're told he had a history of mental health issues and had been drinking the night of the shooting after a year of sobriety. the investigation is still ongoing and of course, we will keep you updated. and another officer- involved shooting in plant city. one man is in the hospital. police say the officer was responding to a theft call.
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and a fight started. we're told the police officer shot the man in self defense. a local businessman heard the gunshots. >> it's unfortunate, here we are in the small town of plant city, and the historic district, and something like this should happen on a beautiful saturday afternoon. >> well, of course, we will keep you updated on that case. a pasco county teenager is facing a second degree felony charge for talking about a ho deputies arrested a student in spring hill. he told two classmates he knew where to get a gun and the perfect time to doing the shooting. the boy admitted to making the statements but said he wasn't serious. new discoveries in a horrifying case out of south carolina. coming up, investigators found one body and there may be more. details coming up next on news
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authorities in south carolina have identified a body found on the same property where a woman was discovered alive chained to a metal container. they say the body was that of charlie carver, he was the boyfriend of the woman found chained up on the property thursday. there are possibly two more bodies on the property. >> we haven't found the other two. we have been shown where they are possibly located on the property.
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the sheriff says there may be potentially seven more bodies on the property. the suspect may be facing more charges. three people are dead including two children and three others are hospitalized after a stabbing inside and of a newark home. a 26-year-old is a person of interest in the case and warned that he is potentially armed and dangerous. there's a warrant out for his arrest on unrelated aggravated and sexual assault charges. the motive for the stabbing remains unknown. warehouse. nearly 200 firefighters battled the flames on the city's southwest side. it may have been started by homeless people trying to stay warm. no one was in the building at the time of the fire. there were no reported injuries. ever heard of that good stomach bacteria?
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why people are taking pills filled with live bacteria up next. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of them." vo: just one. ? ? lookin' out on the morning rain ?
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? and when i knew i had to face another day ? ? lord, it made me feel so tired ? ? before the day i met you, life was so unkind ? ? you're the key to my piece of mind ? donald trump: she ate like a pig. . boob job is terrible. she's a slob. lips are too big, solid 4. disgusting pig. flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. i moved on her like a b****. priorities usa action is responsible for the content
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but do they really work? we take a look. >> reporter: kim carlisle's kitchen looks like a high school chemistry lab. >> this is like a giant dose of gut health. >> reporter: she's making a homemade version of a capsule stuffed with live bacteria that she grew in the kitchen. >> bottom's up. >> reporter: the virginia mother says before she started taking it, major stress almost left her incapacitated. >> i wasn't in control. i couldn't calm down. >> reporter: the result of her own struggle with mental health issues and caring for three special needs children. her psychiatrist added it along with her medication. >> i pretty much recommend them to every single one of my patients. >> reporter: studies show adding good bacteria, the kind found in yogurt and supplements
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but most of the research has been in animals until now. this doctor discovered the first human evidence. >> this particular scan, we're seeing with the gut, what it does to affect the brain. >> reporter: these are brain scans of women after they ate yogurt twice a day for a month. their brains actually changed, showing the women responding more calmly to stress. >> it made this change thaw found on the scans? >> yogurt made this happen. >> reporter: but she says it's unclear if that's enough to support the growing industry. overall sales are predicted to grow to $2.1 billion by next year, promising everything from less bloating and gas to managing your mood. >> no one has rigorously tested this. you got to be careful of anything you're take off the shelf. >> reporter: but kim carlisle
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>> i'm happier. and everything else feels better too. >> reporter: enough evidence for kim that there's truth to listening to your gut. nbc news, virginia. starting off this sunday morning with some scattered cloudiness. a change if yesterday. we had generally clear skies but we have some moisture in the mid- and upper levels, giving us clouds and even a right now, looking from veterans ford in tampa, it is 63 degrees. winds out of the east averaging around 10 to 15 miles per hour. similar looking sky in lakeland auto mall with northerly breezes and also at 63. and again, you can see a lighter wind for new port richey but skies, mostly cloudy to get us started this morning. and through the day, our skies will change. we will get more sunshine by noon today. at 78 degrees, we will feel quite nice. warming up nicely. and by the afternoon,
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year. your normal high is 80. i think we make it 83 later today. 62 for zephyrhills. and 64 in bartow. and our weather watcher, wendy in brooksville reporting 62 degrees this morning. and we had a few isolated showers. you can see a batch of rain there. that's been generally sliding its way out into the gulf of mexico. now the difference today, a lot of red on top of us yesterday, a lot of dry air. that's changed. we are getting mid- and another batch of dry air back in the gulf. it will keep our weather pattern mainly dry. and we look to stay dry through midweek next week. and then starting on wednesday and into thursday, we will get higher moisture values ahead of the next weather system that could help to boost our rain chances by then as well. high pressure to the north gives us winds out of the east and northeast for today. and they'll be steady, averaging around 10 miles per hour. to the next couple days though,
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cloud i didness slide -- the cloudiness sliding in. good news for the mornings and the afternoons over the next couple days as we expect a tranquil weather pattern. temperatures slightly above average in the low 80s through monday and tuesday. and down the road, the numbers get back to average by friday. and we will boost up the rain chance but this is typically our driest month so we don't anticipate more than a 20% rain chance and that's what we're expecting. just a few showers as we enter your next wed. to not vote. >> picture perfect conditions in line for the polls. and at the end of work too. >> thank you so much. all right, well from amalie arena to football stadium, florida stands were packed last night.
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if the early bird gets the worm, the tampa bay lightning are decidedly anti.. that was the case in both previous meetings with the new jersey devils. round three last night at amalie arena. and true to form, the lightning fall into an early hole. he pounces on the loose puck. 1-0 devils after one. but the bolts stir from the slumber in the 2nd. he's not going to miss from there. a little later, right off the draw, to the victor go the
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lightning pull away in the 3rd after another offensive face- off. he fires and gets the twig on it. first nhl point for him. and an insurance tally to seal the deal. the lightning beat the devils 4- 1. on the gridiron, 11th ranked florida visiting unranked arkansas. he has seen better days. the quarterback intercepted twice by the razor backs. that one a pick-six. 1st, the defense provides offense. if you're not using that, i'll take it. gators get within seven but that's as close as they get. arkansas wins 31-10, beating florida for the first time since 1982. however, the gators still control their own destiny in the sec east. 22nd ranked florida state had its hands full at north carolina state. the wolf pack take a 10-point
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seminoles rally. last play of the 3rd quarter, kiss the cook. he cut the deficit to 20-17. fast forward, final minute, fsu knocking on the door. intercepted or not! the safety drops the gift wrapped pick. and on the next play, he makes them pay, going right back and beat by rudolph for a touchdown. florida state survives nc state 24-20. elwh snapped the four-game skid by pounding pittsburgh. he had himself a turn-over-free day. first time he could say that since october 1st. he tossed four touchdown passes, two a piece. the hurricanes win it 51-28. central florida, the green wave, 37-6. the knights forced five turn-overs. hauled in two interceptions and
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international blown out by western kentucky. and who's who of who who, that's the sound an owl make, florida atlantic rules the roost over rice. thanks to 252 yards and three touchdowns from the running back. that's it for sports. i'm paul ryan. we are following breaking news. three people killed, two of plus, the race for the white house. a neck and neck battle here in the sunshine state. the latest from the last
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good morning. i'm candace mccowan. thank you for joining us on this sunday morning. we are following breaking news. a portion of woodbury road is closed after a car flew off the overpass. the three people were killed in the early morning crash. we are on the scene and we will have a live report in minutes. also -- >> nobody said it was going to be easy for us. but we will never be stopped. never, ever be stopped. >> donald trump vowing to never be stopped after a campaign scare in nevada. this moments after secret service rushed him off the
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much more on the tense moments just ahead. one man was shot and killed by deputies responding to a disturbance call last night in st. petersburg. the sheriff says a 29-year-old was ramming his truck into his home. deputies shot and killed him when they say he got out of the truck and charged at them with a knife. the investigation is still ongoing. if you're getting up right now, perhaps feeling more and now that we are back in standard time, the sunrise and sunset times different for us. 64:50, the sun is up. -- 6:45, the sun is already up. but it's going to set earlier. right now, starting off with mostly cloudy skies this morning. we've had some mid- and high level moisture and sprinkles out there. 66 right now with northeast winds in tampa. it is 62 in zephyrhills. 65 in apollo beach.
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both locations at 64 this morning. seeing scattered and mid- and high clouds and the showers have moved over the gulf of mexico. and at 8:00 this morning, we will be at 67 degrees. and through the day, we will start to see more clouds 78 degrees at noon. by the afternoon, 4:00 p.m., 38. so the temperatures still climbing above where we should be this time of year. and long-term, talking about a slow cooling trend and even down the road, slightly better rain chances. we will go through it all in >> thank you. we are following some breaking news here in hillsborough county where three people were killed in a crash off of i-75. two of the victims were children. the mother was transported to the hospital in critical condition. news channel 8 is live on the scene with the latest. and this was a family in the accident. >> reporter: candace, just a tragic morning for the families
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at about 2:30 this morning, witnesses tell highway patrol that a car was traveling northbound on i-75 at a very high rate of speed. they lost control of their vehicle and they hit a guardrail. and then the cement. and then they tumbled down here. their car caught on fire. two people were ejected from the car and two people burned up inside and the car. very sad situation this morning. the ages were 5 years old and 9 and the mom was taken to tampa general hospital in very, very serious condition this morning. the medical examiner just left here a few minutes ago and i am told that this road should re- open by 8:00 this morning. but again, it has been closed since around 2:30 this morning. this has been very, very serious crash and tragic for the family. >> absolutely. our thoughts and prayers are with the family.
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a fall amber alert has been issued for a 3-year-old from broward county. he was last seen in the area of the 2400 block of west sunrise boulevard in fort lauderdale. we are told that he was last seen wearing a green and gray striped hoodie with writing, blue boxer shorts and barefoot. he may be traveling with william james rogers in a maroon or brown ford fusion. well on the campaign trail, the final t election day . last night, dramatic moments at a donald trump rally in nevada where secret service rushed donald trump off the stage. he is okay and resumed the rally a few moments later. while hillary clinton continues to rely on star power to bring in the millennial vote. nbc has the latest from the busy day on the campaign trail. >> reporter: tense moments on the campaign trail saturday night. secret service rushing donald trump off the stage after a disturbance at the rally in reno, nevada.
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man and trump returned moments later. >> nobody said it was going to be easy for us. but we will never be stopped. >> reporter: it capped a frenzied final saturday on the trail with saturation facing off against star power. hillary clinton pulling out all the celebrity stops she can in a bid to get millennials and minorities to the polls. ? you're >> reporter: saturday with pop star katy perry in pennsylvania. clinton is trying to build a firewall which could block trump from getting 270 votes with one key win. >> all the campaigning in the world doesn't mean anything if people don't vote. >> reporter: trump is trying to the expand the map visiting across the country. four on saturday where he made the most ominous attacks yet. >> we need a government that can work and work well from day
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that will be impossible with hillary clinton. the prime suspect in a massive, far-reaching criminal investigation. >> reporter: trump has five stops planned for sunday including one in minnesota which hasn't gone to a republican since 1972. still, he remains confident. >> based on turn-out, i think we're going to win florida. >> reporter: yet to be seen, how much difference this past weekend push will make. 40 million early votes have already been cast. nbc news, new york. today the hillary clinton campaign has events in seven states while the donald trump campaign holds rally in eight. and the fight for florida's 29 votes is evident in both camps. mike pence will be in panama city today and president barack obama campaigns for clinton in kissimmee. donald trump will return to the bay area tomorrow for a rally at the sarasota fairgrounds. it is not an accident these candidates are spending a lot of time here in florida.
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latest nbc news wall street journal poll shows clinton with a 45% to trump's 44% lead along likely voters statewide. today keith cate and i will help you get prepared with a one hour special. we will go over the races impacting the bay area. the special episode starts at 9:00 this morning. >> a lot of folks looking forward to that and looking forward to dn >> absolutely. a quick check of beautiful photos here. a nice sunset last night at treasure island. and i just received this beautiful photo. start to the day, beautiful sunrise there, over at lake placid, our good friend barbara sending us that. send us your weather photos of the sunrise, sunset, whatever, send it to us at storm team 8.
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y25eiy y16fy this is mike's office. if he doesn't show up, he doesn't get paid. too often marco rubio didn't show up and failed us when he did. i am patrick murphy. to get things done, you've got to show up. you've got to work together. whether it's protecting social security and women's health care or growing the economy, s. i am patrick murphy and i approve this message because i'll never stop working for you. 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.
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andrew warren for state attorney. it's time for new leadership. we traveled the world sampling the best cheese for two reasons one, to bring them all back for you to enjoy and two, we got to each a bunch of
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over 36 varieties to fall in love with. publix. where shopping is a pleasure. z25ehz z16fz y25ehy y16fy her young son and she is hoping to ease her pain by hearing her son's heart beat once more. she is hoping to find and meet the family who received her late son's heart less than three months ago. here's her story. >> day by day. doing what i can. >> reporter: her son's life cut short, it's hard to describe. the pain she feels living day in and day out. >> how do you move forward from something like this? >> that's a question i'm still
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a positive light as much as she can, her new mission is to hear his beating heart one more time. she donated the heart after he passed away in the hospital. >> that's my only child's heart. and it would bring me a little comfort to know that a piece of him is living on and helped another family be able to take their baby home. >> reporter: so that's why she's taken to her facebook page. it's almost red members. the actual post has been shared hundreds of times. it's even reached people in australia. >> have to turn my phone off just to the even sleep for five minutes. it's been blowing up. but it's a good thing. >> reporter: all she knows from this single letter is her son's heart went to a little girl, similar to a 17-month-old on the west coast. >> i want nothing more than to hear his heart.
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even if it's just for 30 seconds. >> reporter: until she finds the family that she hopes to meet, she's clinging on to the beautiful memories she has -- >> little footprints. >> reporter: of a little boy who filled her life and family with joy. >> her son passed away from a brain injury in late august. his liver and kidneys were also donated as well as his heart. there but there's sunshine breaking through on this sunday morning. not too bad at lakewood ranch where it's now 46 degrees this morning. from the loews don cesar, still seeing mostly cloudy skies. we can see the buildings start to brighten up and now sun breaking through clouds out. there the sun is out, shining brightly, approximately at sun city center. now 66 degrees. so your forecast for today will include mostly sunny skies during the afternoon.
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cloudiness through the day as well. temperatures hit 78 degrees at noon. and 83 for the afternoon high. and that will be at 4:00 p.m. this afternoon. and starting off, mild temperatures above average with 64 for inverness and lakeland, 64 in bartow. and again, the numbers fairly uniform. that cloudiness helping that here. and the highs today will be cooler to the north. we will have upper 70s, low to mid-80s to the south. and we will hit 82 in clearwater. and scattered clouds, sunshine breaking through. and one batch of showers that's started to push out into the gulf of mexico, and continuing to move abrave the coastline. and a -- move away from the coastline. and the dry air, that's the area of red. this morning, higher moisture values helping to sustain at least sprinkles. but on the heel, another batch of dry air in the gulf of mexico and that will slide over our heads today. there's the forecast through
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sunshine. similar story for the afternoon. i think more sun than clouds. and then as we start going into monday, a dry start to the week and looking good as we head back to work and school. by monday afternoon, mostly sunny skies, a few clouds. and the humidity values will generally stay in the not too bad category and then they'll increase and then rapidly drop again. and that will be in advance of the next cold front. and that cold front will help to drop our temperatures as well. in the way for sunday, monday and tuesday. morning lows will stay in the 60 east here. and long term again, staying with the low 80s through wednesday and thursday, rain chances come up. but focus quickly on your tuesday rather. we will go back to tuesday, of course, that being election day . that's when the polls open at 6:00 here. and again, overall, not too bad. higher moisture values and the rain chances though, they are
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rather slim. only 10 to 20%. so most of us will stay dry over the next eight days. and there's the cool down, wake- up temperature of 60 by sunday with a high of 78. and that's closer to what we typically expect for fall in tampa. >> absolutely. but you said likely dry weather. >> yeah, through voting day. good news. >> awesome. thank you so much, ed. many of us take a simple hair cut for granted but for some, it's a luxury. how one man is bringing this simple luxury to those who need
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self-esteem can be increased in many ways. there's a man in new york who knows it can come from a hair cut and shaving. he calls his effort shaving lives. what he does and why he does it.
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but on wednesdays, he makes a life. that's when he packs his tools of the trade to walk the city streets, looking for men that most of us pretend not to see, the homeless. >> a hair cut, i think it's extremely powerful. just in general, we want to look good and feel good. >> reporter: anywhere he finds a fellow who's down and out, mike sets up shop to give him a >> it's my way of showing that i care about you, the person, i appreciate you and you're important. >> reporter: and he brings the shop on the go the to homeless shelters. he spent time on the streets when he was 16 and unruly as he describes it. it opened his eyes to the world. he reconnected with his parents whose love never waivered
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the hair cut is just an opening. to let these men know someone's on their side. >> anybody come back to you after and say, man, you know, you did that for me and that was the turning point for for me. >> oh, yeah, definitely. it's happened. >> reporter: and now he falls into a comfortable pat western the men. >> where you from? >> i've been here since 1961. >> oh, wow. >> reporter: they share their stories of loss, of life, of drink. >> how long you been drinking? >> since i was 16 years old. >> mohamed ali had a quote, service here is rent for here on earth. >> this is my rent for earth. >> reporter: their hearteds are been eased and the men are reminded, their lives matter. >> oh, my god, you made me a new man. thank you, son.
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it was the toughest because he wasn't sure how to offer it and he wasn't sure how it would be received. but it went well and he says that's still someone that he sees. the 3-year-old boy taken from a broward county gas station this morning has been found. deputies found the boy unharmed after a two-hour search. good news there. as the presidential election comes to an end, "saturday night live" has its last campaign laugh. there we funny attacks on the candidates. the serious reason that both actors broke character next on
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i alone can fix it! bomb the [bleep] out of 'em. i'd like to punch him in the face. i like people that weren't captured, okay? he's a mexican! she ate like a pig... i moved on her like a [bleep] i did not say that... i love war. yes, including with nukes. blood coming out of her... they're rapists... wrong. there has to be some form of punishment. such a nasty woman. i wanna be unpredictable. ...on 5th avenue and shoot somebody... 't remember! and you can tell them to go [bleep] themselves! priorities usa action is responsible
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finally, on the last weekend before the president action election, "saturday night live" skwered both candidates. the opening sketch compares some of the allegations agt donald trump to those against clinton, specifically her emails. >> joining me from florida is secretary of state hillary clinton and from florida, donald trump. [ applause ] >> now it's highly unusual for the fbi to make an announcement like this so close to the election. >> oh, yeah, you think? i mean, am i crazy or does it sort of seem like the fbi is trying to get donald trump elected president? >> no, no.
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me. the fbi doesn't like me. i mean, what even is the fbi? >> i'm going to grab some coffee. you want something? >> no, i'm good. thanks sweety. >> there's no words. >> so hilarious. i watched this morning. typically it's on too late by the time we're in bed. but it's been hilarious. and they'll have a special the night before the election. the edge off. and i think they should come on the day after the election too. >> yeah, when we really need to laugh. >> no doubt. a final look at the forecast. >> and looking good. well, starting off with clouds this morning. some sun trying to break through this morning. 63 there at land o'lakes and in brandon, similar site but through the day, we are expecting more sunshine. and look at the sky cast, it's going to be a mixed bag of clouds and sunshine as the
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and then right back up into the low to mid-80s which is above average for this time of year. and good news, weather is looking perfect for election day on tuesday at 82 degrees. lows in the mid-60s. we will have to bring back small rain chances wednesday, thursday and friday and could peak on saturday with the next cold front. doesn't cool down by sunday as well. >> thank you. and thank you so much for joining us. our next newscast is at break down the big races on the ballot coming up on tuesday.
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we cannot take anything for granted. >> we are the movement of the future. >> the only thing that's left to do is vote. s. the cubs win the world series. ? good morning. welcome to "sunday today." i'm willie geist. hillary clinton entered the race on april 12th, 2015, nearly 19 months ago. donald trump rode into the race two months later. in 48 hours, the polls will


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