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there he is. >> and hundreds of ballots are thrown out across the bay area. the rarely talked about issue that could invalidate your vote. >> and a petition for pets tonight gaining traction across america. hear about one mach man's missio cut down on the number of animals being euthanized. >> g i'm mark wilson. >> and i'm kelly ring, thanks for joining us. well, first up tonight, finally some closer. polk detectives say they've arrested the driver who took off after hitting and killing a woman in lake wales and badly injuring a deputy. okay, what did the accused driver have to say about this,
charlie lewis confessed saying he was drinking at a party before the crash and that could land him in prison for the rest of his life. >> he admitted to us clearly and unclif wally that he was the one driving the vehicle and who ran over and left to dead our deputy and jessica enchautegui-otero. >> 71-year-old c sheriff says confessed to the weekend hit-and-run that claimed the life of 33-year-old jessica enchautegui-otero. the crash also severely injured 25-year-old sheriff's deputy, adam pennell. she had gotten out of her car to flag down help, and the deputy
pair and kept going. >> deputies say they discovered he was behind the wheel after a tip from crimestoppers. deputies found lewis and the truck and arrested him on his street just minutes from the screen of the crash. >> later on in the confession he said please tell them i'm sorry, that is a little too late. >> and jessica's mother ss month, her son died of a heart attack in early october, but the sheriff says both families are now feeling a sense of relief. >> we are all thankful for the anonymous tipster that called crimestoppers d and did the rigt thing. >> lewis will be facing charges
tomorrow afternoon. >> thank you, evan. and now a news alert out of tampa, emergency crews are on the scene of a serious accident on south 50th street and 30th avenue, an suv and a semi from collided. the driver of the suv was air-lifted to the hospital. and the roads there are shut down for the time being. >> a man accused or gti teenaged girl pregnant, and she is only 13 years old. the 26-year-old man is said to have i impregnated the teen in july. she says he is her boyfriend, and he is facing several charges
arrested and charged with the death of her child. she was there, and th three yeas old when she went missing. the mother is expected to be extradited from west virginia. >> and now a solution to the sewage crisis, in the past the city has been forced to dump millions of gallons into the bay handle the overflow with major storm events. >> if the cubs can win the world series, then fixes our infrastructure is doable. >> the mayor wants to spend 3.5 million over several years and in the t first couple of years they will focus on increasing
leaky pipes. >> and take a look, we have a little bit clearer picture tonight at least of the race in florida, hillary clinton leading dump by 4 points in a new fox 13 opinion savvy poll. that falls within the four-point margin of error. tonight, donald trump spent the first part of his day campaigning in in the battle-ground state of north carolina. he bashed clinton for the on-going fbi e-mail investigation. >> the fbi is conducting a criminal investigation into hillary clinton's -- corruption at the state department. this is in addition to the fbi's criminal investigation into her
>> meantime hillary clinton held her own rally in the tar heel state, and she took aim at trump saying he has no filter. >> imagine having a president who demeans women, mocks the disabled and insults african-americans and latinos. who pits people against each other instead of pulling them together. >> tight race with clinton leading. >> and nearly 47,000 people in tampa bay have mailed in their ballots but a few are not counted and often it's the voter's fault. why they often have to take extra steps to make sure their voices are heard. >> time is dwindling for those
every ballot has to be signed by the voter when they mail it in and thousands of them come in with either no signature or one signature that does not match the signature they have on file, and so take a look. 671,000 have cast ballots by mail in the bay area, and of those, 1421 have a questionable signature and 822 have no signature at all. that means .33%, some 2200 set aside for now. an affidavit will be sent to them all and have to be filled out and returned by 5:00 on monday in order for their vote to count. so far the count between republicans and democrats is just about even, and so 2200 votes can make a difference. only 537 votes gave the presidential to bush in 2000, so
signatures to protect from fraud. our political editor says most whose ballots are put to the side likely have no ill intentions. >> maybe you have a stroke or health condition or y you have arthritis and you don't realize that your signature is very different day than what is on file, and if you didn't check until day, >> as they get the faulty ballots in, they are sending them out and waiting to get the afts back from voters. the deadline is 5:00 on monday, if you have not mailed yours, pinellas county has received verification on about half of the 755 deffective ballots and coming up at 11:00, we are going to hear from a frustrated florida voter who may not be
we in the control room, evan axelbank. >> thank you, evan. and tonight a call for change. >> a man is taking a stand for pets dropped off at shelters. >> the one thing he is petitioning for to try to cut down on the number of animals euthanized. >> she was a little girl whose fight for life became famous in our area. >> people continue to >> and there is a cold front heading for the south and that means a weather change for the weekend. we had a fantastic day, the mercury back that the mid 80's plus a peek ahead to the plus a peek ahead to the weekend, all coming up amendment 1 is endorsed by florida's firefighters... because it does solar the right way.
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his rappeling equipment failed when he was coming down from a building. >> and a man has a proposal to cut down on anima a animals eut. >> since starting the petition amongst ago, eric has gotten nearly he is not pointing the finger at the animal facilities, rather, he is hoping that the extra awareness will encourage more responsible pet ownership. >> surrenders an animal is one of the most painful things you have to do but if you knew ahead of time that your family member had a better chance of being killed than adopted would that change your mind? this man is asked animal control
someone turns over a pet. >> i just want something out there stating you understand if you're dropping your animal off, that there is a chance whatever that percentage is that your animal's life may be ended but we are too crowded. >> the aspca estimated 17.6 million pets are brought to shelters and 7.2% are euthanized. >> 150 to 130 dogs and 30 will go back out. >> this is our second area and it has the capacity for about 80 dogs. >> this county is fortunate natnotto have that overcrowdingt they already have a similar policy. >> if we know that the animal is aggressive or there are significant health issues then
them up front, your pet cannot be adopted and we would have to euthanize. >> knowledge is power and eric is hoping that breeds more responsible petownership. pet ownership.>> he wants to ge0 signatures to take it to the governor and then he opens to go awareness campaign. >> it's knowledge, you have got to know what you are doing. >> it's a problem around the country, it really is, it's a national issue and some would call it an epidemic because you have tens of thousands of young animal lives on the line. >> and let's hand it off to paul here, cool weather coming? >> a cold front right on schedule, not the biggest one,
we stay t dry for another week r two. check out the scene. beautiful, a little paddle board action, and lauren clark captures this this evening. a lot of good photos tonight. sandy greg, that is a nice -- i like to say keep on walking all the way down to the beach and then over sarasota bay. from sue rex michael and i would like to be in a paradise tonight. from alyssa yancy, and we'll knock off about a half dozen degreedegrees over the weekend. it looked like the trough would be pretty strong, and it will be cooler, it will be dryer but nothing really out of the
only a couple more nights with daylight in the evening. we change the clock on sunday morning, three days to go, and thanksgiving is exactly three weeks from today, and hanukkah, 51 days and christmas one day later, 52 days and new year's day, the beginning of 2017 is less than 60 days away as we zip through the end of 2015. today, partly cloudy skies and i did find not much, but some here, and some up in highlands county, but the rainfall coverage was not significant. and i'll tell ya it still looks like summer time. you look and you have 74 in tampa, and atlanta is 71 dress and we are working this first week of november and nashville is 70 and this is june-like. 68 in little rock and watch ta
in st. pete, brooksville has a 70, bradenton 73 and inland 60's to near 70. the weekend forecast looks good, there will be a drop in the humidity. so nighttime lows in the low to mid 60's and daytime highs in the mid 80's, about picture-perfect, a cond front will slide down the state late tomorrow and tonight and behind it it's really about the drop in the dewpoint, pick up a little bit, and high pressure will literally camp over the east coast i think for most of next week, and that means more dry weather. this is a model run between now and wednesday of next week, and somehow the models find a couple hundredths of an inch of rain. i don't know where it's going to come from, but that's it, so less than a tefnt of an inch of rain between now and the widle
middle of next week, but that's it. and notice the temperatures behind the front, folks. they are really not that cold. partly cloudy to clear tonight, and we are down to 68. we have sunshine coming up tomorrow, a bit breezy and in the low to mid 80's and then sunday, a nice day, and lower humidity, a high of 80 and after that we stay rain pleasant, and night time lows in the 60's. back to you. >> all right, thank you, paul. and sorries about drinking wear? >> some residents around the mosaic spill are still concerned. drank radiation contaminated drank radiation contaminated water or took a bath amendment 1 is endorsed by florida's firefighters... because it does solar the right way.
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sierra club joined forces with a pocket polk county lawmaker to r tighter mining regulations. because of that sinkhole. it's in response to the sinkhole that opened up at mosaic's mulberry fertilizer plant in august. >> 200 million gallons the sierra club is demanding. >> well mosaic says none of that contaminated groundwater has spread beyond their plant, but people who live just a couple of miles from the plant say they want more testing and the sierra club says this is a prime example of why the state needs to impose more restrictions on
into the florida aquifer by the millions of gallons and sierra club officials called on a halt until stricter regulations can be enforced. -- to make mosaic s speed up its time table for filling that sinkhole and he also wants the neighbor's wells. >> we learned from flint that governments need to pay attention and clean water is not a foregone conclusion. it's not something that is just automatically going to happen. >> there are too many kids and families who depend on mosaic to pay their bills and and the thought of a child drinking water from a mine before it's
anybody should have to deal with. >> the woman speaking lives about three and a half miles from the plant and she says hey wants her water tests and so do her neighbors. mosaic has tested more than a thousand wills of people who live in the area, and they also released a statement saying those who want to shut down the phosphate industry are doing a disservice to the insists that the water quality is anything but safe, with thousands of tests we have seen no off-site impacts meaning no contamination in the groundwater of the people using those wells. now, mosaic says anyone who would like to have their wear wr testing with call them,
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and the justice department at its other's throats over the investigation into the clinton foundation. >> and fox's katherine harris takes a look at it tonight. >> revelations from wiki leaks for special access for d donors are strengthening pay to play allegations. the renews classified e-mail case and the clinton foundation
washington working the investigation. arguments over the strength of the nf investigation drove a wee between the two that blocked access to tools such as the grand jury. the fbi director announced he would not recommend criminal charges for the mishandling of classifies information. >> the morale went down pretty bad. a lot of people put a lot of hard work into that. >> during director comey was noncommittal about the probe. >> did you look at the clinton foundation? >> i'm not going to comment on the assi existence or nonexistef other investigations. >> state department officials have just released 350 deleted e-mails from hillary clinton
fbi and provided to the state department because they are government records. they are near duplicates of what has already been reported. >> and we have a disturbing discovery in south carolina. police have found a woman who had been missing for months and she is alive, she was being held captive inside a shipping container, chained up like a dog in 30-year-old brown and her husband were last seen in august. sheriff chuck wright says brown was being held in a metal container for two months, chained up by the next and fed my better captor. carver is still missing tonight, the property owner is listed at todd colehepp.
bodies could be on that property. >> we are trying to make sure that we don't have a serial killer on our hands, this would possibly be what we have, we'll know once we find some evidence that we are looking for or not. >> well, this man is a convicted sex offender qui qui convicted f kidnapping in arizona, and he could face more charges including the outcome of what is going on on that property. >> there are efforts to recognize a pattern of birth defects related to the zika virus under one name, congenital zika syndrome. it includes hydrocephaly. the l late first to early second
reported. two of reported case cases camen just today. >> well, 29 years ago all eyes were on our area, on a very sick little girl who needed a liver transplant to survive, and to help pay for it there were fundraisers from all over. >> and now 30 years later how >> the fundraisers were football games, concerts, wrestling events, anything to help this little girl get her live transplant to survive. when a liver was found, her parents rushed her to pittsburgh but got devastating news. >> this morning we were told that the liver they procured for valuely was too small and they
the transplant. >> her father was at the time a police officer and now he is the chief of police in their community. >> you can tell they are hesitant because they have not heard about valerie and were not sure if things continued to go well. >> after she got a transplant, her body tried to reject the new liver, but if you want to know what happened to valerie, the good news is... you can ask her. >> i care administration and i've been married for 9.5 years and i'm working at manatee memorial which coincidently is where i was born. >> and the biggest news of all is her daughter, anniston. her birth except for the scar was smooth. anniston is about the same age
her, and valerie is always amazed how her parents with the help of the community raised hundreds of thousands to save her. >> it's really incredible because of the time frame that everything happened it was before social media and they didn't have the internet and easy resources to each so many people. >> it was not easy for a young couple desperately trying to save their a worthwhile cause and when it comes to your ciel child, you wl could anything. do anything. >> thankful that she won that fight for life. >> she is precious and her daughter is perfectly healthy, no problem with her liver and the family is very thankful for that. >> happy to see her doing so well, and the great point she
very hard to scrape up. >> her parents worked very hard and like she said, you would do anything for your kid. >> well, it's the tweet that has gone viral. >> you have seen it on twitter and maybe on facebook, coming up meet the man who predicted the i alone
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108-year drought, but now they are wondering if this fan is cycle. lenn fraraccio, he predicted the win two years ago. he goes by @raysfangio on twitter. and he wr indians, and the world will be set on fire as they are tied in the seventh game. >> then it comes close and then raji davis hit the home one in the eighth and my phone comploaded. exploded.
predictions. he says the rays will win the world series but not until 2021. >> we'll take that. >> i would like to take him to las vegas with me, all expenses paid. and the bucs taking on the falcons under the light, plus why bucs legend john lynch was back on the field tonight. and we'll bring you the highlights ahead in >> well, their babies were battling life-threatening heart problems but now two moms helped each other through the process. the happy ending for both
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>> welcome back. now it's time for some good stuff we begin with two mothers who bonded as their children faced life-saving surgery. >> 3-month-old travis was in need of a heart 3-year-old boy needed help as well, and their moms met in the hallway and quickly formed the strongest bond. >> i had my husband and my family but as a wo mom it's a completely different set of challenges you can't really relate to unless you're a mom. >> after fourth month they spent
they'd been waiting for and as fate would have it aiden's mom got the same call two weeks later, and they both had successful heart transplants and their little boys are doing well, and this friend is forever. >> that is a serious bond, that is awesome, and how about a new program in austin texas giving shelter dogs and inmates some they are matching shelter dogs with some of the inmates. the inmates are actually teaching the dogs to be how fast trained and basic commands like sit and l lay down, and all of e skills will improve the dog's chances of adoption and don't i think the inmates also stand to benefit? >> they come out with a piece of paper but it's more than that,
they can carry with them on the next leg of their journey which we hope is a positive one full of opportunities. >> and the sheriff's office and shelter will expand the opportunities in which dogs will stay in the inmates' cells and it gives them a change of scenery and a chance to find their forever family. >> i love that, and you see the dogs were so happy, it's a win-win. >> and this is ssure signs that the holidays ae right around the corner. >> it's the 22nd year for this holiday tent, a place where many families go to find generosity and hope. soon w your help it's going to look like a giant grocery store, and a toys r us. families who need food for thanksgiving will be able to come here and shop for free for what they need.
asking for donations of frozen turkeys, toughing stuffing and d other nonperishable foods and they expect to help 15,000 people this year, so they need your help. >> we like to go bogogo. by one, get one, give one. and they can think teachable moment for their kids. >> that is such a great message and they need clothing and toys. this is very important. the holiday tent is in a new location this year, near nebraska e avenue in downtown tampa,es, easy to get to. >> and scott you are going to need more than three minutes tonight. >> let's start with football.
doing it twice in the same year in that is a tall order. all we can do is show you the scoreboard now, atlanta is starting to pull away from the late third quarter, 33-13, matt with already over 300 yards passing, and o turnovers and pes have plagued the bucs. they have turned it over twice, and they jameis winston and company is marching down the field. and at half time, a rare honor, buccaneer need john lynch was back where he played his 11 seasons of his long 15-year career, and watching his ring go up on the ring of honor. during the lean years in the orange uni's helping to turn
meant to him. >> i stuck with what my parents taught me, outworking the competition and finding a way to believe in yourself and believing that you could find way to change it. and then to come full circle, when they took that banner off and my name was up there next to alstott and others, selmon, and mckay, that is just >> looks good up there, and jon cooper says life in the nhl tends to be easier when you score early in games. and in the bolt's first games they have scored just six first-period goals and so a little inconsistent. with tampa bay on the ice tonight and just four minutes
1-0, and then a nice puck moment here. tampa bay finding themselves in a 2-0 hole, but victor hedman, the laser, his second of the year, the lightning down one, and tampa bay with another power play, and tyler johnson fired and the bolts are down one, and they even it up in the the shot and tyler johnson, to a shoot-out we go, and ten rounds, jimmy hays and the lightning fall tonight, 4-3 your final. this hasn't been on the north side in over a century, and that
championship trophy, and it gaves the way for the cubs to win, and zobrist is being named the mvp. never too early to take a look ahead to next season, vegas already has their odds out and the cubs are a big favorite, 7-2 odds to repeat, and the dodgers and the rays all the way down there in 21st. >> but cleveland has fallen like that. >> y you would, but a lot of those teams up above them are loaded talent wise, and you see most of the national-league teams, the falcons and the bucs need to turn things around. they need to get some forward momentum but they are struggling offensively. >> it could have been nice to have a win for lynch tonight. >> overall companies are cutting
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>> i really hope this is going to be a big hit. with all of transition issues we have nice to have a cross-bay nice ride over the bay, 54 minutes from tampa to
st. pete. nicely done. a fox 13 umbrella goes t out to ron. and the future cast picks up the cold front nicely, there will be a shift in the wind tomorrow, and the future cast also gets aggressive over the chances of rain. this shows a band of rain with a
than a quick sprinkle. although by saturday it is cooler and dryer and less humhumidand the weekend looks py good. 76 at 10:00, by 1:00, 8, by 4:00 we are 83. >> looks like fewer workers are getting pink slips. companies cutting a little under 31,000 jobs in objection, the lowest in energy and computer companies cutting the most position. this as productivity is rising by the biggest amount in two years and it's getting a bit more expensive to buy a home, the 30-year fixed rising about 3.5% but we are still at very low historic levels. and according to a new survey,
are going to lose sleep after election day if their candidate doesn't win. wow, that is business, i'm neil cavuto. >> and coming up a lucky lotto winner. >> nobody has come forward to claim the cash yet. we hope they do soon, and after the break we'll tell you where 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
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