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his dad and called for him to come out. he did but with a down. >> at that point he came out and came up he took a handgun that he had in the pte rais it to the detective. the detective did not strike him. he fell to the ground on top of the gun. >> deputies arresd earl us a fin his father who you s here outside of a patrol car. austin is charged with harboring a fugitive. he faces several charges and the warrants. there was during the stand off they found a grow house inside so more charges could be coming. the sheriff is happy the deputies were injured. linda. >> thank you. the bay area remembers a community icon.
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age 87. he served the lonstn any priest in the diocese. he pastor of lawrence parish. we have more on his life and legacy, he was the pastor of the people and had no issue pushing the boundaries. they are mourning the las of a man who grew the area for the better. >> he was known for standing up for his congregation and community went against the status quo. >> he unique. >> i'm glad there was one i had to deal with. >> at 87, he passed away on wednesday morning, leaving behind years ofplishm starting and ending at tampa's saint lawrence catholic churc >> he was a legendary church, the pastor that is relely ra these days, one who
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years. >> he came to the bay area back in 1958 and tasked with turning 20 acres of cow pasture into a parish. he did that and more. over the years growing saint lawrence to serve thousands while bee friending some of the influential movers and shakers. >> he had a unique gift of speaking to anyone, whether it's a child or the mayor senator to work to a mutual understanding. >> back in 2007 he retired after 49 years serving the same church. the longest tenure -- tenured breast. a month before he was death he was instrumental in setting up crystal ray high school a school for low income youth.
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>> when the lord came i'm sure want to hear, well done good and faithful servant. >> his funeral is next wednesday at 11:30. visitation will be monday and tuesday from noon to 9 p.m. the services are open to the public. >> thank you, anjuli, that will be a big service. >> a lot of people paying their respects. we're watching system out in the tropics. >> the hurricane hunter plane took a look. there is convection here lots of storms the problem is that as far as development goes, the center is here and a lot of the clouds are removed away from the center. so in the short term, we're not expecting any rampant development from inves t is now
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up to 63 miles per hour but that is in squalls and not near the the wind speed alone was not enough to identify this as a tropical depression number 8. it is 99 l. the future track it is still kind of a problem as far as forecasting goes. we know in the short term that will head to the crib caribbean and florida the models are struggling on days 5 through 7. and it is heading for texas. the european model goes up to the west coast of florida. gfs is not showing much at all so the forecasting confidence really isot all that high. i think we'll no more tomorrow and more on friday. the best advice i have watch it and see how it plays out. as we said the models are flip flopping every single run has
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approaching the state but after that. many solutions. many getting into the gulf away from us. the problem is that the european model has a storm parallelling the west coast. that would not be good. i expect this to change. it could go east. this would not be until monday and tuesday of next week. we'll watch it and we're tracking showers around the area. we'll talk about that at 5:15. >> donald trump pumped up his support and trying to build momentum in the must win state. he is behind hillary clinton in most polls he made an effort to reach out to minority voters. and evan axelbank iat the fairgrounds. what did he say this afternoon? >> well to win states like florida and pennsylvania, he is going to have to do better among
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hispanic voters than he is in the polls right now. he made the argument that the cities are awash in violence he repeated the claim that by voting for him they have nothing to lose. >> in front of an audience that was mostly white, he tried to catch the attention of minorities. >> to the african-american minority you can -- parent can you walk down without having your child or yourself shot. that's what is happening right now. >> reporter: during his speech he pledged to deliver law and order and end crime and said hillary clinton would rather give a job to an unemployed
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polls have shown him leading trump among the groups. he is trying to change that. >> what do you have to lose. what do you have to lose. it cannot get any worse. believe me i' going to fix it and make it good. >> he face as balancing act. nds the latinos, he is trying to reassure his base voters to delivered victories because of his promise to build a border wall. he s firm. >> we're going to build a wall, don't worry about it, we're going to build a wall. we're going to build a wall. we'll build a wall and mexico is going to pay for the wall 100%. >> trump acknowledges the race is entering the home stretch, although the election is in november, there are only 48 days left to register in florida. and trump is trying to build the get out the vote effort to match
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>> for 75 days we have to work together to win the white house on november 8th. we'll win it. >> he was relentless in attacking hillary clinton over the clinton foundation. he accused her of running a pay to play scheme. she committed many crimes. those are controversial issues, things the clinton campaign has hit back on, lin darks but his courters point and they are trying to use this to turn the polls around. >> outside of a rally protestors laid out their chase why trump should not be president. the group was diverse, black army veteran, imam and ting aty activist were among the crowd.
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saying that hillary clinton has used. they attacked his comments on immigration and the let hick -- ic makes him unfit to be president. >> his hate speech and actions have been against the parents of a muslim army captain, a judge born in indiana, african-americans whom he refused to rent >> last fox 13 poll shows clant clinton leading by one point. time to bring in craig patrick. and he would focus on the fourth quarter.
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it is the largest cluster of swing voters. and they need to win. he can do it. as we showed you they are tight they can turn on a dime. that is why he is trying to redistrict them and focus hillary clinton over and over this is focused on the economy. and he thinks it can help him move the needle. >> the polls change you know i find that interesting. we heard him say he is calling it pay to play but hitting her about the e-mail controversy.
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>> that's what she is saying that's the response. what her surrogates are saying that hillary clinton regrets what she has done. there is nothing to see it's time to move alonged it is a ginned up controversy. when she tried to address this head on it did not go well. donald trump runs with that. the idea behind the campaign to address it but in terms of saying we have been there. are you going to see more e-mails. they will be boring. we have learned from this. and againre regre and refocusing on donald trump he got 75 days to go until the ti ahat her numbers hold up. that's the strategy tonight. >> we'll see more of them infl onghe i-5 corridor can you
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both. i expect more than that. >> allall right, thank you very much. now a news alert out of afghanistan an attack at a university in theountry's capital. reports say a person is dead and 18 are injured in what is called a militant attack. they barricaded themselves in classes at american university after hearing an explosion. they are on the scene and assess the situation. the death toll now rising t falling an earthquake. and video captures the moment a woman is pulled from the rubble of a home. they a racing against the clock to dig out survivors. firefighters pulled out a 10-year-old girl alive from the rubble. he spray painted walls and targeted a purple heart monument.
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our consumer reporter looks at a more affordable option next. in florida, it used to be that if a child, a niord friends war you and i were not allowed to save them unless we were willing to be sued. has government lost its mind?
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can do. af dana young for the florida senate.
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we've been talking about we have been talking about the spike in the cost of epi pen it is so big congress is considering taking action. what can you do in the meantime. >> we have a more affordable option. this is like almost criminal.
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not many alternatives. how to find an option at the fraction of the price t is the leading way to street allergic reactions. the dose costs pennies to make t is a self-injectable pep a six pack is $600. the company mylan say they get it covered completely but families need to buy ser need it for the nurse, teacher, et cetera. ' and they only cover a pack and then they do expire yearly. it canned a up they are asking the executives why the cost spiked 400%. >> we want them to be held morley account an. we want them to explain to the
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denyg the rights toak te care of their bodies. >> it is different a use and more complicated. it can cost more than 400-dollars if insurance does not cover it but bee found much cheaper options to get your hands on the coupon. can you see with the good prescription coupon good rx you can get it for 142 at walmart you can check out medicine to is c you don't have to gohrough something you can check. w aen't p using it? >> y >> epi pen they a monoply they were circulated. that's what they think of when they think of the treatment for
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out. and if i want to try it. this is the week that the truthnileaot trha shows assessments and market values for 2016. don't forget to assess the assessment you have 25 days to review and challenge anything you want a jump. they are allowed to go up 3% for non-home p'ty live in. that can only increase 10%. if you disagree can you file that appeal and save money. good to know. now your forecast with paul
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earlier in the day. they are moving along. that's the jute look for the next couple ofay d south o us. north of us good and northeast winds. this is therend for the next couple o low pressure south. high pressure north in the middle a squeeze play and wind and storms that we had earlier. they do not last long, they are gone. sprinkles, showers could develop again and move to the west and the southwest this is not an indicator. it was cooled from earlier rain. and now dropping quite a bit they went by 87 in tampa and 90
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don't forget the rain arrived late in the day. hit 99 for a high yesterday. today 90, 87 in tampa after a high of 95. lakeland 88. showers and thundershowers are done. the models pick up on that wind. they move off nothing unusual. not a tropical depression t is disorganized and during the next 2 to 3 days. a potential impact to south florida is continuing impacts to ceral florida are tough to
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and florida and last time the hurricane hit they moved here. almost 11 years ago, october of 2005. a long time indeed. the center is up here the clouds were removed. gaston can be the hurricane. we slide to the southeast all the warm water to come. i think the environment in a couple of days will get better it is a long ways to go to becoming a hurricane. it can happen but it has a ways to go. that could allow the storm to
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and the high could weaken. something between now and then. a mixture of clouds and fun. and back up to 92 we stay in the 90s on tpraoeutz. morning sunshine. storms and a northeast wind next tide is a the 7-day forecast. depends on the practice. and they could go up over the weekend. more views coming up at 5:45. that's coming up. simone biles returninging to
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ask your doctor or pharmacist about trumenba. as tampa international continues to grow -- travelers now have two new dining options . travelers have two new dining options. hard rock cafe and pf chang is open. the hard rock is unique it is the first airport location in all of north america.
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coming worth the wait. this is a critical component to the concessions redevelopment. it means the world to have the locations open and deliver to the community the ding experience like never before. and get the full dining experience. >> she i tiny 4'8" but simone biles got she won four gold medals and the gold in individual all around. it was simone biles day. she was humbled saying she would be hitting the road known as the final 5. >> and it is 36 cities across the united states. >> good news.
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information. >> she earned all that. she did. >> schools on alert for the zika virus. keeping your kids safe. >> this my son i gave birth to him. ky not believe it. where did you come from. >> a mom in awe of her son why when you hear his story. w choose your bike and your beads. >> it reflects our passion.
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and those at the top finally pay their fair share in taxes. and those companies that move overseas? she'd charge them an exit tax. then she'd use that money to make the largest investment in creating good paying jobs since world war ii. millions of jobs.
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a 10 month old baby girl rushed to the hospital last a girl rushed to the hospital last night did not make it. she had bruises all over her body. and they are talking to the mother's boyfriend. >> as the investigators try to peace together what happened in the home. there work takes on a personal
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>> and so. >> officials were called to the manatee happened after a girl died. she was rushed there byer grandmother. she noticed the child to theand he the boyfriend was supposed t beatin the baby add her brother. she left him here while she went to wkorut witn a three hour time span something happened. the child had fractures to the skull. in the back. several bruisings around the face and the thigh area, the fractures to the skull or were the cause of death the boy has similar bruising and a brain bleed. >> i saw all the police nights.
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>> and he was outside with the kids. always out with the bab >> she had a weird feeling around neir. >> i not my kids out because of him, he is charged for neglect and abuse for the children. more charges could be coming. this requestioning him on how the baby died. the children and that the 3-year-old is in all children's recovering from the brain bleed. the woman accused a stolen car is facg charges. and gloria gomez as more on what happened in court. this is a year old. not much has happened the judge was not happy about it. and she was in court her
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killing the driver there. and she fled the scene and walked to a store where cameras caught her getting a ride. the judge wanted to move the case along. >> get on this. do something. i will set a trial date, t >> the judge expects to set a date then. puties had to call in the man accused of vandalising the old county courthouse. he spray painted graffiti outside of the courthouse. he used an ashtray to shatter glass. they found him on the roof and
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fire department to get him down. he saidway did was art. he is facing several charges. a relief agency based in polk county is asking for your help, supplies are low with the christian disaster warehouse. they are hoping that the people will make donations to fill it up again. the group packed up most of what was here and went to louisiana. the exetive director and volunteer are handing out what they brought supplies,. >> they are going to distribute them to people that can clean their home. there are a lot that cannot be cleaned. we have a lot of cleaning supplies. everything. >> and christian disaster has been helping victims for 35 years. they are hoping that people donate money and supplies immediately but no clothes.
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alert for zika virus. take a look at what is done to keep kids safe. donald trump facing new criticism -
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'uhhhh i don't know what i said, i don't remember.' he's going like 'i don't remember'." "putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. i don't want to sound too much like a chauvinist." "you have to be wealthy in order to be great. i'm sorry to say it." "he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured."
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florida has one new florida has one new non-travel related zika virus. that brings the number to 43. the governor made the announcement in tampa during a round table discussion. there is no active transmission which reported the first non-travel related case. dr. jo was at that news conference. i know that david jolly
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transparency that the state has shown investigating the zika cases. owe said they are too high to withhold information. do you agree? >> i do. and i do think that people react when they know that something is closer to their home. would not say to go and say where the person lives or their address but we're in a densely populated area that makes us different from the prior outbreak. situation here. and could you kind of try aping eye late the area give us six square miles. there are thousands. it will be difficult to discern the identity and hippa or anyone being identified. we can understand that but at the same time, you know, this a situation where everyone is trying to erad eradicate this, the more information the more that you need to step it up and
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for sure. >> kids are back at school. what are they doing when they go out to play to rockette them. >> the schools areing to eliminate the water and mosquito free. we have a couple of situations. when we talk t are getting bitten at bus stops and you know the county is not allowing repellent to be sent to school nor is polk. theyre that in the morning. use one that lasts for eight hours. hillsborough does not have a policy, however, they do not want your child taking out a bottle and spraying it at school. they don't want someone with an asthma problem to be affected or that child to spray someone's face and use it inappropriately. role of praising -- placing that
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campaign. this is going out to the teachers. there are different types of activities up to high school and venus fly traps and other things for high schoolers. they are offering volunteer hours. don't be surprised if you get one in your child's bacac well. we here at fox 13 have taken up the 22 pushups challenge to raise awareness for the fact that 22 veterans on average commit suicide every day. we challenged our sports teams to take it on. look who stepped up. matt pickens of the rowdies. >> we're going to honor our veterans for veteran suicide prevention. ready?
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>> they tweeted thissed today thanking us for issuing the challenge and the clubs. we challenged the lightning and the rays. we're waiting. >> ty have stepped up, that's how they do it. the rays, the play that the we'll share that. >> and the lights on the rookie no boos. and dirk koetter add how the
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. letterman:"has a line of clothing, p: "these were made, i don't know where they're made. but they were made someplace. but they're great. it's ties, shirts, cufflinks, everything sold at macy's and they're doing great.? letterman: ?where are the shirts made?? off-camera voice: ?bangladesh.? letterman: ?bangladesh.? trump: ?well, it's good. we employ people in bangladesh." letterman: ?ties? where are the ties made?" they have to work, too. these are beautiful ties. they are great ties. the ties are made in where? china? off-camera voice: ?china.? letterman: ?the ties are made in china."
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now the forecast with paul dellegatto. not much to look at. cloudy. the rain that moved through after lunch time just moved along and did it thing. and left over clouds and not a very active day last night a big
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right around dinner time.% that's not going to happen h he round of rain and sprinkles going by. there is no lingering boundaries in play. don't expect any rain between now and the time it gets dark after 8:00 tonig.'s it as n goes the temperatures are coolingff as thelo went by now. they recg. saint pete. the second day in a row at thise in trying to find an indication that the storm is -- the circulation is in a circle. that's a closed lieu.
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hermine. until you get it you cannot up grade in invest to a professional depression or storm. you have strong winds an active wind across the peninsula today. and for a couple mover days that's courtesy of low pressure. it is here, here and that is not a healthy system it will take another two days for this area to develop. the longer it takes the closer it gets to land and amarijuanas south florida. you know it gets closer and much
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and this way to texas this morning. it is up the west coast and then that is not a good scenario. i'm thinking i say anything. something that comes up and goes like this up the state could be the way it plays out giving us rain. >> i'm talking about it all t time. partly cloudy to clear. 77, storms that arrive. they will move along from northeast to southwest. the highs back into the 90s. on friday, you know a quiet day in the morning. and the storms and 92 the boating forecast northeast at 10 knots. the next tide is a high tide at 8:45 and the 7-day forec like is rain chances could go up over the weekend next week.
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99 l getting close to the pre-season game on friday. scott. >> we're getting close. >> the bucs and browns completed the second day of joint practices. leading up to the home opener. the main objective in the same is avoid injury. many expect him to play in the third quarter he will keep the guys healthy. and the focus on aberto he worked on kickoffs. no kicker has had this much scrutiny he showed up. and did not close what is wrong
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maybe yesterday was not so bad. >> i can be irirrational. we worked on different things. that's why it is practice. you have plenty of stuff to work on. a loss for the rays last night against the red sox. and and andress. a foul ball ripped right down the line. at that bullpen out there. the boy is down there to protect the players he cannot stop the liner it nearly clips ra mirez.
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saying if you cannot protect me i'll do it myself. >> this is a serious dare relicks of duty you love him but you spent time with the braves. >> i did i was a bat boy if the 1990s. as a member of the order, have to take his side. this was not. this is not the dribble and costs t this was a screaming le drive. and this was very much like the line dri. you have two waters i'm not your friend i'm your father. he is not their friend he is the bat boy he needs to protect them. do you remember the line drives you hit in batting practice. >> of course. you would agree they can be hard to handle.
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the memo i win the argument. we have to carry this over into eoo newm. crg patrick. >> the conversation will continue. back to you. thank you i' with craig on this one lay off the bat boy.
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lower. the dow dropped 65 points. the nasdaq lost 42 points. and the "s" and e the do you dropped 69. the s&p down 11. throwing around a ball was a dream for zion. he lost his hands due to an infection. he received a double hand he is showing us how it changed his life, i feel happy about my hands. >> i don't feel different. it was a long journey t is worth worth it. i get to see him in a happy light and doing things he loves to do.@ >> what do you like to do? >> i like now that i can throw a
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didn't have hands. >> and convince mom to let me play football. >> i knew that was coming. [ laughter ] >> i'm here to support him in any way and help him do whatever it is he wants to do throw a baseball, not a football, just the baseball; she will not let me try out for football. >> we'll start with football. >> why not? >> the first child in the world to undergo a bi lateral hand transplant. >> it is your pitch. >> i'm his biggest fan outside of being his mother. every mother says this but i'm so serious. even i get amazed this is my son. i gave birth to him and i cannot believe it. where did you come from he is
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back and forth. >> and amazingly well. he coped better than many adults cope with the ordinary simple surgery. i have never seen zion cry. i have never seen him scream or complain of pain i have never seen him not want to do his therapy. he is a remarkable human let along child. >> it has to come from two most amazing grand mom. don't st tearing up. laughter ] >> think he may be a future broadcaster s how hung on to that mic there. >> the thing he is excited about is now he can give his mom a hug with his hands. what a great kid.
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here are mark and linda. >> i love that story, the personality is there. >> he got away with a lot of money, this a bit different. at 6:00 who the man stole from and what he said right before he did it. jeffrey williams did something that no other astronaut can talk about. what he is proud of. >> he started drawing as a boy and never stopped. now the designs and work with kids is what's
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. letterman:"has a line of clothing, now where were these made?" trump: "these were made, i don't know where they're made. but they were made someplace. but they're great. it's ties, shirts, cufflinks, everything sold at macy's and they're doing great.? letterman: ?where are the shirts made?? off-camera voice: ?bangladesh.? letterman: ?bangladesh.? trump: ?well, it's good. we employ people in bangladesh." letterman: ?ties? where are the ties made?" they have to work, too. these are beautiful ties. they are great ties. the ties are made in where? china? es are made in china."
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donald trump brings his heaid hoping to builmore what s support. runs:05 "it's horrible that it will be a victory for you. he is hoping to build support in tampa. it is normal someoneil take something thas mnt for children. terrible is a word for it. that's what t with the there is a perfectly good reason why he did it. a legendary pastor, the kind that is rare. >> influencing the lives of thousands here in tampa bay. many are mourning the death of mongisnor lawrence higgins. from the number one news station, this is the fox 13 6:00
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kelly. i'm mark wilson. first up here tonight we have a deputy involved shooting after they tracked down a wanted man the suspect tried to flee pointing a gun. and nobody was hurt and a fatr and son are in custody. and let's go to the scene. evan lambert is there. how did this happen? >> deputies are at this house and they are carrying out to shoot a wanted man a detective's bullet did not hit the suspect. the 26-year-old xavier williams but it stopped him add low him to arrest him. he is bei called a dangerous ma wanted for several crimes, robbery and kidnapping. detectives came to his house to serve a warrant. he came out crouching and pointing a gun. a detective fired his gun and


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