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received favorable treatment from the state department when hillary clinton was the secretary of state the sources are saying investigators have collected a lot of new evidence in the case and the quote here was an avalanche of information coming and in the run up to the election here. the e-mail investigation which the f.b.i. reopened or looked at starting last week, agents are combing through t congressman. they found e-mails believed to have originated from clinton's private server. the sources say the e-mails are not duplicates of previously discovered e-mails and they could potentially be classified in nature. sources say that they are 99% sure, this is the other issue, that the server was hacked by five important agencies.
laws by mishandling the top secrets w this of course the campaign rail here in florida, donald trump told supporters in jacksonville that the foundation his words, criminal enterprise the scandals make hillary clinton unqualified to be president. take a look. >> she should not be allowed to run based on the e-mail scandals all of that. okay. so let me ask you i i have never done this before, will justice be done or not, yes or no. >> hard, right, i don't know i'm not sure anyone knows the answer. they're protecting her and it is unfair. >> well that's trump's opinion. he believes that elements are blocking f.b.i. efforts to move forward. at the least, linda this throws
into the election. it seems like the campaign something normal. they're campaigning at his point hillary clinton is not addressing this directly. she will. she was campaigning in arizona and in north carolina. she avoided the controversies today. they may be trying to take more time how best to respond. she focused to be president. >> imagine having a president who demeans women. insults african-americans and latinos, who pits people against each other instead of pulling them together. someone who always puts himself first and doesn't care who gets hurt along the way. >> so here we are, we're now
unpopular nominees in modern polling history with clinton and trump and they are at this point tearing each other apart. with the election probably maybe half of the vote already in in florida with early voting by mail and in person. >> on the subject of polls, how is this playing in the polls here in florida which a critical swing state. >> it is close in florida. let's start with a brand new fox 13 opinion savvy poll. very interesting results here. it shows that hillary clinton is holding on to florida. this was taken often news of the investigation. this is since halloween night. now, the margin of error in the poll is 4 points so. assuming that, they could be tied. what was interesting you did not see the support for donald
and you have the republicans who are not embracing donald trump. we'll have another poll by sunday which is a better idea. >> we have another surprise, that's right. >> thank you. we have breaking news out of polk county. deputies made an arrest in the hit and run crash that killed a woman and injured a deputy. the crash happened wales. a woman crashed her car on state road 60 and the deputy stopped to help. the car hit them, killing her and injuring the deputy and it took off. sheriff grady judd will have a news conference to announce the arrest. and a chase ended in a surprising way.
ditch a cruiser went in right after it. investigators arrested the driver, david dixon and michael moncref. they found a gun and two magazines for bullets. someone saw three people stealing lawn equipment from the garage of a home and called 911. the suspects took off through neighborhoods and on to the interstate. things got wild when they went off the road. >> talent has been arrested several of prison. maybe that was more the trying to flee and elude. they would be serving time bauz of their histor. >> all three are charged with burglary and more. and a guide dog is becoming a big part of the widow of chris kyle. she was put in the spotlight after the movie about her husband's duty in iraq.
support of the dog. she considers it a blessing and helps her keep going. >> the newest fell of the kyle family came into her life last year. >> i cannot tell what you a gift that was. >> he had four legs, a tail and sense of understanding >> to have something that you know is not going to be five feet away when you need them. >> he has a purpose. >> her husband was killed in 2013. he served tours and d as a seal sniper. he was a household name and a hero. >> i thought i'm putting on a show and everyone can see i'm fine but these dogs know that you're not fine and when are you broke broken and need comfort. >> and after a friend gravitated to her. when she found they sensed those hurting. she was reluctant to ask for help from the guide dogs but she realisationed it was victim for
take that step to tell people i need this dog. i need itky not fix myself. for someone that is that independent that is a hard thing to do. >> and susie willborn matched her with norman. >> he is that lovable dog that wants to lay his head in your lap when you need it but play with the kids add fetch he doyle that. >> norman helps fill a void one that cannot be replaced but one that can >> you will never know the effect and never know what energy that dog brings to the family. what healing comes about from the dog. >> kimberly kuizon. >> that's a great match there. >> the dogs has graduated more than 3000 dogs now in service and there is no cost to those who need a dog. and a ballot initiative
the steps of city hall to talk about it and encouraged people to vote no. the critics called it misleading saying it aims to trick voters and will not benefit the solar industry. the language was backed by the electric utilities and the mayor said that should raise med flags. >> i know the tricks. this is one. this is the trick part of the electric. [ laughter ] >> tho amendment 1 say it brings regulation to an industry that's not controlled to. to pass needs 06% of voters to approve it. here is the, this is a tough play. the cubs win the world series! and with that the cubs made a monumental come back beating a 108 year drought.
it took 8 innings to to it. they beat the indians. a lot of people stayed up to watch the game, including us. the most watched baseball game in 15 years. >> 10 innings. >> crowds of happy fans met the team when they returned. they were carrying the trophy. they have partied outside of wrigley field all night. the mayor announced a parade for the he said it will be a parade to stand the test of time. >> we're tired i got it wrong. >> we were all here and watched it. it was an exciting night we were here. i have to say i'm not a baseball fan but i bought into this one like a lot of people. it was exciting. it was. >> speaking of which the big night for the bucs. they are taking on the falcons for thursday night football. >> and scoot smith is live.
after that loss. >> a perfect night for the game. the bucs can pull off a victory here tonight and pull them in a half game of the division leading falcons and followish off the sweep for the second year. let's not get' hay -- alet's not get ahead of ourselves. week one of the season and they have the best offense in the nfl the bucs are coming off a short week a couple of days ago. they loss a bruising a game to the raiders. it is time to recover now. and atlanta ended the game against green bay and later than the bucs. and gerald mccoy said there is no time to waste as you put the pads on again.
and a married man with a lot of kids you don't get much sleep. halloween mixed in there. you don't get much sleep. but you manage. and the younger guys are going to recover better than us old guys. old that's crazy. you do what you can. >> it is going to be a special night not only because it is under the prime time up in the rafters we are getting a new inductee. john lynch will be inducted at half time today. he will be the ninth to be inducted into the ring of honor we'll hear from him, cannot wait. >> we love him. and so amazing video the pilot of a plane forced to make
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a close call a pilot had to make an emergency landing and the
people below had to scramble to get out of the way. >> clear the building, clear the building now. cheer the building get out, clear, clear, clear. >> there he go. the pilot had a power failure and had to come down he landed at the seminole state college driving track. and the deputies were so everyone as you heard ordered off the track. the plane came to a stop after crashing through the fence, i will this the miracle that fence being there. there were stars. it was damaged. the pilot is fine. that's amazing. now the faa is investigating. >> he did a good job. >> under the circumstances,
one of tampa's most visible signs that the holidays are around the corner. the ministry tent is open. and you will not find it in tampa heights. it has a new location and chris cato is out there to show us where it is so we can stop by with our goodies. chris? >> reporter: cynthia and linda, here we go, this time of year to think about this, we're 21 days away from thanksgiving so many families in the area who are wondering how they're going to put a warm meal on the table for the dinner and gifts and have warm clothes as the weather is chillier. that's why the tent here. the metropolitan tent is a symbol of hope in the area. this is the thing that you need to know as you toe nate.
near nebraska avenue. and it a giant tent the size of a football. but the property was donated temporarily by the housing authority. you guys have been through this drill before. you know that this is a place where hope lives for so many people. this is a bit of good news. they don't expect the 18,000 people to come through here. that's a tremendous amount of need. we'll talk to a man who is very important in terms of coordinating that effort and get the people in here. this is the ceo and president the metropolitan ministries. can you believe the timing. >> it is quickly. and to the community. we're glad that fox 13 will get the word out.
the event. working with the housing authority. now to unify the community as we bring hope. >> we have on the screen graphics showing the hours. starting today are you open for donations through christmas. monday through friday. you have hours 8:30 to 6 and weekend hours, too. tell people who are new to the area and there are many of who have transplanted since the last holiday season what the items are that are you looking for here. >> we love to serve families and meet them with the needs and give them something special this holiday season. the things we take for granted, a turkey, stuffing. vegetables so they can have food
great way to make a difference. one family at a time. the donations are coming in the lane. you can see them, they are signing up in advance and orderly process we want to encourage your viewers to get involved. can you sign up to volunteer your time during the period of the holiday season they need so many people here to sort the by the time you see this, you have done this before. this will look like a giant publix. this is a special time. look into how can you donate time to help f you have donations can you do that. they are open for business now n a couple of weeks there will be a line coming through here dropping off a lot of items that will give family as reason to be thankful and give them hope this
>> thank you, chris. >> thank you. >> paul, you looking into your crystal ball and seeing that cold front that you are seeing about. >> we're going to slightly cooler front which is better than a warm front. partly cloudy. not bad day. temperatures were a few degrees cooler today. we do have changes on the way. first things first. we want to remind you about sun set at 5:42. and extra daylight on monday heading out to work or school. you have less daylight by monday evening. satellite and radar today. a surge coming from the atlantic. we have even a couple you have
up in citrus. not expecting major rain events the warm weather. it was raining for a time. november 2nd in cleveland that could have been snow. they were in the 60s and the 70s. warm weather. and across 82 and 86 in sarasota. the dew points are low. this is not bad at all. the combination of continues in the low to mid-80s. dupes in the low to mid-60s t is delightful. we'll not have a big surge this weekend, the weekend is good.
they will pick up more on saturday and it is all about the arrival of the cold front in this case a front it will dive to the south and change the atmosphere. you will notice a change etchly at night. high pressure builds in. and next week every single day looks like we'll see the highs in the low 80s. sunshine 80. pleasant. you cannot complain on this. you have been messaging me about the lack of rain. i don't see much coming up. this is the model outlook between now and thursday of next week. it is not predicking much
weekend. temperatures are near or above average next week. the dew point is 62 and wind at 7. around the east coast high pressure over the south. a front moving our way. cooler but not much. 67 chicago and 8 -- 83 in birmingham. low temperatures down to 68. mix of sun and high of 89. winds they will continue. sees 2 feet or less. moderate shop. 604. 7-day forecast is pretty much rain free. lows in the 06s. thank you, paul.
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the man suspected of the man suspected of killing two police officers in iowa is charged with murder. police charged scott michael green this afternoon. he turned himself into police hours after the shootings. police say that the officers justin martin and anthony bemmino were shot while sitting in their police cruisers. police say they found a abandoned car and a gun in a woed >> and stuck and abandoned by mr. green. we found a gun. we believe there is probably the firearm in the attacks. >> and police questioned green after he received treatment at a hospital for a existing condition. he faces life in prison. attorneys in the new york and new jersey bridge closing trial have filed for a mistrial in the middle of the jury deliberations. there is concern whether the jurors had been incorrectly
several days without reaching a verdict. two staffers for the governor at the at the time used that traffic sam to finish a democratic mayor who did not support the reelection of the governor. they waited three years, now a family hopes for justice for the murder of their son. >> she
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wales where they found the vehicle. do we know any more than that? >> just a few details we know that this suspect was arrested, male according to the sheriff's office. i'll take a step out of the way. it it is hard to see because the suspect's car, according to deputies is at the end of the street just past the cars that you see this is in lake wales the suspect lives on the road. that's where he was arrested just hours ago. we're waiting on information from the sheriff. that person's name as well. to give you a recap. on saturday morning is when the hit and run happened. it was hike in lake wales when the 33-year-old had been driving on state road 60 early on saturday morning and got into
she flagged down a deputy. and the deputy was seriously injured. this he were talking and that is when the hit and run driver ran off the median and into them. that 33-year-old woman was killed in the accident. the deputy seriously injured. we have been told, according to deputies. the arrest has been made hours ago. we're expected to learn here the name of the suspect that is responsible for the hit and run in which the 33-year-old was killed and seriously injured expected to make a recovery. >> that's all we know.
press conference coming up at any moment here, we know we'll hear from the sheriff soon. >> this man was a dollar store manager killed during a robbery. the man accused of the murder has not gone to trial. that's leading the fa emto wonder if they will get justice. and gloria gomez said a big decision came out, we have a trial date but it was accused of shooting and killing the manager he came home to care for his mother. the murder was devastating to the community. after parks was arrested a doctor evaluated him and found him unfit to stand trial. he went off to a mental hospital here in the state but doctors
trial and today the defense hinted there may be a deal in the works. >> interest may be a resolution. we don't know. >> the trial date is march of next year. if there is a deal in the works we'll let you know how it plays out. live in the newsroom. gloria gomez fox 13 news. developing now a woman has been arrested for the death of her child who has been missing for five lena lunssberg has been charged with death of a child by a parent by abuse. she was charged to the death of the child who has been missing since 2011. she was three years old and seen in west virginia. no details have been released or whether the body has been found. if you're traveling for thanksgiving, buckle up. and sorboni banerjee is here with the best days to travel to
saving cash. >> if you have not bought your ticket if you can traditional on non-traditional days can you save a lot. more than 2 million passengers are expected to be heading through the airports between november 18th and the 29th. and we spoke over skype it is a site similar to travelocity. and up until the day you fly if they will pay you back the difference, they research the cheapest flights and times to fly. >> we're finding now that can you go monday to friday instead of wednesday to sunday can you save on average $236 per flight which is significant. thanksgiving day is cheaper as
you heard them more than 200 in savings. that could make or break affordability. >> you know they charge you. and the premium seats, we all want those. >> and they use the airline credit cards they get those for free as a perk. but they are up raiding. >> and >> all good advice. and up next. fighting cellulite.
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them it measures the depth. but that can take six months to achieve. jackie's photos were taken after the procedure. at three months before and last of shane show her progress. the results she hopes will correct the imperfections that bother her one cut at a time. >> when i heard about this, i was owl >> and it takes 1 to 4 hours depending on the number of dimples 3 to $6000. studies are showing that the results can last for two years. >> before we let you know have they seen their complete result or more results. >> i talked to dr. brown they should see more results. he isn't me someone who had the procedure prior to them can you see that it gets better over time. >> that's interesting. >> thank you very much, dr. jo.
thursday night football. >> four days removed from the loss to the raiders. this reback at it tonight taking on the falcons. if you look over my shoulder we have the head coach. >> we have the top offense. 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. vote yes on amendment 1. for the sun. 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
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carson and i have seen some terrible ads attacking our mom dana young. for things she never did. it hurts because mom is cool. she is caring, she works hard. whenever something is not right mom is on it. trust us we know from experience. mom put her career on hold for us. to raise our family. she is a role model for everyone in our community. i'm proud of you mom, we both are. dana young for the florida senate. 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, this sunday, at precisely vote yes on amendment 1. 2am, daylight saving time this sunned at 2 a.m. and gt up at 2 a.m. we'll turn back the clocks. [ laughter ]
criticism. and the history behind falling back. >> spring forward. >> it feels like jet lag. >> are you used to it. the concept of daylight saving time goes back. >> historically ben franklin had the idea that if there was more day time, humans would be more productive. >> but it took a on. germany used it to increase efficiency world world war i and the u.s. adopted it. >> and people are more productive. the war effort would increase, i like gaining the hour. congress made it official but now the focus ban was on saving energy. the idea was simple, more daylight in the summer means more time out of the house which lowers waisted. it has not turned out that way.
efficient perhaps it is not saving any energy whatsoever. >> why keep it around. it is good for the economy, we come out of work and there is a bit of daylight that allows to us go out and go shopping. >> or maybe not. a study said the reduction wipes out may not be good for us, accidents, headics, depression, heart attacks increase when the time changes. >> when you weak up a the 7 it is dark out it is hike you yuck, there are bills proposed here to change daylight savings time. none have passed because there
or bad. one thing we can all agree on, though, as we head into the weekend and we turn the clocks back it is good to get an extra hour of sleep. >> especially after last night. >> and he is in the weather office right now. he is like that. >> that's the thing it is like half and half people think i'm wondering if we eliminated it with the natural rhythm of the seasons and the sun. >> it is an issue here but up in the northeast it gets dark at 345. that's even. in the northeast there are all kinds of moves. >> i don't like that. >> right.
86. patchy clouds. and wind as variable. high above average. 86 record 88 was set last year. remember last year, obviously, you know you think about halloween we had a record high. here we go. 87, 88, and we go to near to sl we stay near average i think for most of next week. and the moisture in play. dew point s are not that high. enough moisture to support showers. sprinkles. not enough to get the ground wet. dewdew points stay in the 50s ad
they have been in the past do you couple of days. we stay quiet. we watch for the front to move down the peninsula tomorrow night into saturday. lower humidity. mostly at night. it will be >> and i think all of this is overdone. i don't see anything on the weather map that would indicate rain is heading our way. it can be a couple of sprinkles around. quiet weather continues. >> here is the front.
that would be aplayoff contender. thursday night not so much every team is guaranteed a thursday night game. how have they faired on thursday nights. they 1 and 4. those four losses in the games losing. they meet a game they would rather forget. 56-14. matt ryan through 3 touchdown passes. two to jones. they doubled the buck bucs. but they are home turf they hit the locker room if they like the idea of the games. >> i'm ready to go.
whatever. it will be prime time and a big crowd and a lot of people watching. i'm excited. my second home game as a buc. i'm trying to get a win. >> are you a fan of thursday night football t is hard on the body. >> i like the weekend after. it is a tough game. , we have a new name added to the ring o for a fan favorite. john lynch. the final piece of the defense. known for his hard hitting and being a walk like many of the other players. lynch was there from the learn days. lynch left his baseball career with the marlins to be a part of the bucs turn around something
did you leave for the bucs. really. >> we're trying to turn this around. you would reminded any time you played it they have not won in this. there was reminders. that's hard to shake. it took a long time. as i said a lot of belief to do that. and we get. >> what a game last night we had here on fox 13. i rolled james a late one. game 7 the most watched game in 25 years. what many are saying the best game 7 that they have ever seen. let's take you back a quick recap last night. and pick it up in the 8th. 6-3. and facing chapman. to right center. ramirez scores. and the lead down to 2. and next up.
that shot is gone. left field. james up in the stands. he is pumped up. after a delay to keep and ben zobrist. former ray, the other way. and cubs take the lead. another and michael martinez out. and the ed 108 year drought is 8-7 is the final. the mvp after. joe maddon. not buying into the curse talk. >> i love tradition it is worth t is worth being up held. curses are not. so. it is great for our get beyond that moment and move forward.
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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. so we ask... mr. buesing, will you do anything to win? anything? to beat this woman. 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 really good cheese along the way. publix deli specialty cheese. over 36 varieties to fall in love with. publix. where shopping is a pleasure. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue
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know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? if the cubs world series fixing the infrastructure is doable. the mayor of st. pete and his plan to keep sewage out. i let them go for their best interest. too many cats and dogs for a home but there is another problem that led the authorities
good evening and welcome tonight i'm mark wilson, i'm kelly ring. we have breaking news to start with now. deputies say they found the hit and run driver who killed a woman and injured a deputy. a 33-year-old woman dead and put the deputy in the hospital facing a long recovery. we'llin custody soon. there will be a news conference. we're standing by. we'll bring it when we get more information about who they arrested. >> keeping sewage out of tampa bay, and the mayor offering up the solution and the price tag. here is dan matics. >> if they can win fixing the