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new this morning.. >> alcides: new this morning a horrific crash left a father and his two children dead, their mother in serious condition at tampa general hospital off of i-75. good morning. i'm alcides segui. thanks for being with us. straight to that developing story. a bay area family torn apart earlier in morning. ke kellie cowan is live at the scene in hillsborough county. kellie, just an awful, awful accident. >> reporter: yeah, it's absolutely heart-breaking, and as you menninged, an entire family devastated by the
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we're not sure exactly why this car in particular was traveling at such a high rate of speed. according to florida highway patrol and they're also telling us that alcohol may have been a factor. both parents inside the car along with their two children, neither parent wearing a seat belt. this is the seen here. in this far -- they were right line.orthbound on the far- see how the highway divides over this overpass. their car appar of 75 and they lost control and they hit multiple things. they crossed over the center median, hit a barrier, and then also hit a concrete barrier before flipping off of the roadway and kind of sliding down, tumbling down this concrete slope, if you will, onto woodberry road that runs underneath of i-75. now, both parents, like i mentioned, not wearing the seat belts. they were ejected when that crash occurred, so they were
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morning. the mother actually has survived. she'd been taken to the hospital. se's in critical condition at this time. both children were inside that vehicle when the crash occurs, and shortly after the vehicle came to a rest on woodberry road that vehicle did catch fire. it's a maserati 2005, very pricey high-end car capable of high-speeds. after talking t car would have been traveling at at least 90 miles per hour or more to flip off the roadway the way it did and then catch on fire. so right now those are the details that we know. we also know the names of the parents and the children inside. ronald green is the father and tiffany young is the mother. at this point because they were ejected florida highway patrol cannot tell us with certainty who was actually driving the car at the time.
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9-year-old sierra green and ronald green is 5 years old, they both died inside the car as well. that's the latest we have right now. we're live in brandon. back to you guys. >> alcides: that is just absolutely heart-breaking. kellie shths i have to ask a question. is that woodberry road behind you, is that -- obviously it's i-75 behind you as well as the traffic is moving, i think the video we showed a little while was taped earlier this morning. again, is that there? >> reporter: this is woodberry road we stand on here. it's going to remain closed for a little while as they finish up the investigation. they had taken the vehicle off of woodberry and then for some reason we're not sure why at this point they actually brought it back. it's heart-breaking to see, and i don't necessarily want us to get too close on the vehicle because it's absolutely crushed and burned very badly. so we won't get too close on that vehicle.
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they continue the investigation. it should be another hour or so they tell me. i-75 has been completary re-opened in both directions. >> alcides: our thoughts and prayers are with that entire family. thank you so much. we appreciate it. we're also following another developing story this morning. the pinellas county sheriff's office is investigating a deadly deputy-involved shooting. detectives say the two deputies responded to a domestic st last night on 64th street north. at the scene they saw 49-year-old john zamola ramming his wife's car and knocking out a front pillar on the house with his pickup truck apparently. after deputies approached him, detectives say he got out of the truck with a knife in his hand. >> as he came towards the deputies, they saw the knife in his hand and ordered him to drop the knife and he refused. he made a statement to the
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he kept coming towards them. as he was coming towards them, when he got between three and five feet away is when the deputies fired several rounds striking him in the chest, and he was deceased there. >> he the sheriff says it's fortunate the deputies are safe. they say he had a history of mental health issues and had been drinking. well, lindsay, it's a difficult transition to go from those two stories to our weather, but cool out. >> lindsay: as we take you to what's happening outside right now, you'll notice, you know, it's not as clear. we have a couple of clouds and we're starting to warm because sunrise earlier was an hour earlier with the time change. it was at 6:45. it's 67 in brookdale bayshore with a northeast northeast wind. we hope over to usf marine science cam. it looks cloudy here. we had a couple of raindrops about an hour ago, but i think
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warming 1 to 2 degrees since last hour. 70 now in sarasota, and we can show you visible satellite with the time change. we love that in the weather department, the clouds maybe you're not loving those. there are breaks further inland you live, and there will be breaks today. that northeast breeze, it will be back this afternoon, did bring a couple of sprinkles to the key about an hour ago. that has exited. warm this sunday. we climb to about 83 degrees by 2:00 p.m. there's that partly cloudy once the sun sets we will cool quicker and be night and mild >> alcides: a troubling incident at a donald trump rally in reno last night. the secret service pulled trump off the stage during his speech after hearing someone yell gun. thump was unharmed but screams
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supporters moved away. 33-year-old austin lee was arrested. afterwards trump returned to finish his speech. >> nobody said it was going to be easy for us, but we will never be stopped. >> trump would later thank the secret service along with local and state law enforcement. officials say charges were not filed. the final push before tuesday's election, it looks like donald trump final appearance right here in the bay area. he's holding a rally at the sarasota fairgrounds tomorrow at 11:00 in the morning. the doors open at 8:00, and you can find tickets on his campaign website. [ music ] >> alcides: on the democratic side hillary clinton's running mate tim kaine rocked out on the harmonica last night in st. pete
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kaine spoke for about less than ten minutes afterwards pushing anyone that hasn't voted to vote for secretary clinton and help her win florida. after the rally was over, though, a bus in kaine's motorcade was hit by a pinellas county deputy's cruiser. the sheriff's office says the incident was caused by two deputies colliding in the median. the motorcade was making its what way onto i-75 and eighth street north whether it happened. the bus suffered minor damages. thankfully no one was hurt. if you've already made your decision to vote ahead of election day, for some of you today is the final day. early votes has already ended, and many florida counties, but those in hillsborough, pinellas, and polk still have some time. you can cast your ballot starting at 7:00 this morning, so about an hour ago, and it will end at 7:00 p.m. in preparation for those that wish to vote on tuesday, polling stations across the bay area are getting things ready.
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picked up the election supplies on saturday. everything from cell phones to paperwork and everything else needed on election day. election officials are urging voters to have proper identification and know the ballot ahead of time. >> look at your sample ballot and be ready to society whether you get here. ints a long, long ballot but there's quite a few issues on the ballot. >> one issue is whether or not the state marijuana. it looks like amendment 2 is gaining support. most state polls show it with more than 60% support required for the approval. a similar measure in 2014 received about 58%. supporters say they've changed the amendment's wording to tighten oversight. and, of course, for all of the latest up-to-date info in these final few hours before the election, you can go to our website at
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are very concerned about the things that mr. trump has already said he's going to ask the military to do. chris matthews: talking of maybe using nuclear weapons, nobody wants to hear that about an american president. well, then, then why are we making them? a foreign policy expert went to advise donald trump, and three times he asked, "if we have them, why can't we use nuclear weapons?"
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bob buesing... on the record. courthouse. buesing files forclosures on homes critical to seniors. his law firm is accused of running up costs on a school district at the expense of our kids. trailing in the polls, buesing attacks dana young. for things she never did. so we ask... mr. buesing, will you do anything to win? anything? to beat this woman. why are out-of-state billionaires
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stops. their. subsidies. with amendment 1, you don't pay for someone else's solar. to stop unfair subsidies, vote yes on amendment 1. time now is 6:xx.. a twisted story continues to >> alcides: a twisted story continues to unfold out of south carolina this morning. investigators say the man accused of keeping a woman chained inside a metal container for months has confessed to four other killings. police say todd kohlhepp admitted to the murders at a motorcycle shop in 2003.
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offender led them to the burial sites of two other victims on his property. this comes after the discovery the charles carver. the 32-year-old vanished with his girlfriend kala brown back in august. she was found chained up in a metal contain other his property. more bodies may be uncovered. a u.s. soldier from houston, texas has been identified as of several soldiers jordan. he served three towers in jordan and he was in the army spernl forces. his father a marine veteran himself spoke to our sister station saying his son was one of the finest soldiers he'd known. jimmy was set to return back to houston for a family visit soon. the white house was on lockdown saturday after a man was arrested for walking around with a gun. secret service officers
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was arrested after a brief struggle. he faces several charges including carrying a gun without a license. president obama was playing golf in maryland at the time of that incident. all right. doesn't this sound nice? election day will be a paid holiday for thousands of workers across the u.s. this year. general motors is one of many companies that make election day a paid holiday. other companies including ford motor company, hearst publishing and the thrill list and there's no federal law to make them give time off to vote and varies by state. i thought that was interesting, lindsay. i think it's great companies give them a paid holiday. >> stressing the importance of doing that just. a lot of people are taking advantage of either voting, too of the we've seen elections
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role getting out to the polls. it's been a quiet mortgage. we started out a little cooler and you see 67 and say that's not cooler but we want you to keep in mind the sunrise was an hour earlier so it makes sense to bring back the warmth. some of these clouds are thing. we saw stratocumulus that snuck in overnight from the west. as we look towards the west in tampa, it's 67. there's the northeast wind. that's the wind we like this time of that's the comfortable breeze. if you were up at early hour it felt great and good. it's 64 degrees, so our official lows this morning were noticeably cooler than yesterday's lows. we mentioned that would happen. it certainly did. 59 was the low in chris cal river and 64 in tampa. it's still 2 degrees above average, and even st. pete snuck into the mid-60s, really a tranquil, mild start to the day with extra clouds and a few tiny
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we start out this 8:00 hour near 70 in st. pete. it's 64 in new tampa. and we're at 67 in tampa this morning. inverness and dade city, 64 is enjoyable. hope you like that. 70 in sarasota and it's 65 in myakka city and near 70, not as comfortable in some southern counties as you are closer to the atlantic moisture. with the atlantic moisture, you can't rule out a rouge sprinkl time you notice the high clouds from the west. this cold front responsible for the wind shift. behind it is high pressure nudging in. can't rule a brief wind gust or two today out of the northeast. can't rule out a sprinkle or two, but no morning rain. any leftovers of sprinkles are well off shore away from the coastline. no rain to dodge this morning. it's comfortable with dew points in the low to mid-60s.
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it's in the low to moderate range today and all week long. sustained winds at 12 in st. pete. boating plans today feature a bit of a breezy. not as gusty, and once the sun sets tonight before 6:00 by the way, the winds relax. up to 83 above average for today. lows tonight back to near seasonable values. so tomorrow morning at the bus stop, back to work. i think you'll enjoy that refreshing change. 62 in leesburg and 64 in familiar pa and and 63 for the low in bartow. futurecast shows some minor changes. today the small change for the clouds this morning, possibly a sprinkle this afternoon. overnight a few clouds. we do wake up to a good deal of sun, i think, on monday morning. warm and comfortable with increasing sun. the gulf looks more unsettled. we have a disturbance off to the west that takes time to try and move in. i think most of the rain won't, but some of the clouds will. and then a more potent cold front will swing through perhaps
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second half of november looks cooler than where we're at right now. if this 83 is too warm for you, i assure more days in the 70s on the way. a bit breezy this afternoon. there's a sunset at 5:42. humidity staying in check for monday, 83 for the afternoon high. boating is a little breezy but no advisories. a moderate chop today as the winds may be up to 15 knots athe times. seven-day forecast as i perhaps a shower wednesday and thursday, and then opening the door for possibly some cooler air over the upcoming weekend. my forecast high for saturday right now is 77. >> alcides: when we come back, you can call it loaded laundry. with some washing machines
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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, instead of pointing fingers. i am patrick murphy and i approve this message
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy.
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>> alcides: what if we said your washing machine could break your jaw? it's true because of a problem with samsung washing machines. sorboni banerjee is joining us to talk about the rrl. what's going on? >> reporter: they have to recall the 2.8 million of
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injuries including a broken jaw. that was some of these. you might remember this was an issue. there was a warning that this was a problem. there was some video that came out showing that the washing machines when they went on the rapid spin cycle, they could actually dislodge some of the parts and people were getting injured. >> alcides: what should people do? i'm looking atted video. >> it's crazy. affected. head to our website and check to see if one of the models you have is affected if you own a samsung top loader. contact either samsung. i always suggest going to the point of purchase, where you get it, because they can direct you quickly and help you get a repair kit or refund or partial or entire refund on the machine. >> are they overloading the washing machine or is it a variety of things? do we even know that?
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saying that, you know, a washing machine shouldn't have this issue with normal use. >> even when you overload it, obviously, right? >> exactly. if it's overloaded and you use the rapid spin cycle, the only solution samsung has right now other than doing the repair kit, but in the interim they say don't use the rapid cycle. do low spin cycles. so just use it gently and be very, very careful. what's interesting here, it's some sort of a problem with the drums being off-balanced. when you put it dislodges some parts and in some cases shoot it out completely and that's where you have the injuries like a broken jaw. >> so lawsuits i imagine are pending at this point? do we know that? >> yeah. in august that's when some customers came together and said, we're suing for this, because this shouldn't be happening at all. the recall separate than the lawsuit. this was a warning. you know, the warning actually came out around the same time as samsung dealt with the phones,
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a lot of problems for samsung right now with their products. >> compensation. do they give the repair kits or return them to the store or the manufacturer? how does that work out? >> the repair kit is free. you can ask about a partial rye fund or ask for your money back and ask to return that entire samsung washing machine and get it replaced. that's why i say go to the actual store where you went. they'll be able to facilitate that. >> can you keep using it as long as you don't have it on high like you were saying? >> they say that's the suggestion. would i video in it's a buyer beware thing. you know this is a problem. if you have one of those 34 models, i wouldn't use them. >> i don't think i would either. >> sore sorboni, thank you so much. have a good weekend. after the break we check in with kellie cowan live on woodberry road right under i-75 where a father and two children were
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condition. a lot more details emerge at this hour.
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good morning. thank you f >> alcides: good morning. thank you for joining us on this sunday. i'm alcides segui and we'll get to the forecast in a minute. first, the sad story out of hillsborough county right now. shortly we'll have a live look at i-75 near brandon this
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into a concrete barrier and then flipped onto the road below. that crash killed a father and his two children. right now, as you can see, all lanes on i-75 just north of state route 60 are back open again. below that it's a completely different story, below i-75 a different story. kellie cowan is live along woodberry road where that car ended up flipping over the interstate and then kellie, we saw that car earlier in morning, and no doubt it was horrific. >> reporter: yeah, it was just a devastating scene to come across for us, and you can only imagine what first responders were going through. we'll talk to one that has talked to some of the first responders that were here on the scene early this morning. it happened just before 2:30 this morning. a maserati they tell us was
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speed on i-75 north and lost control of the vehicle. at this point they're not sure why this investigation is still ongoing. they lost control of the vehicle and hit the center median and hit a guardrail and then the concrete barrier on the roadway and flipped off of the highway. now, the parents accordng to florida highway patrol were not wearing their safety belts, so they were actually ejected from the maserati as the car flipped down over this -- there's a concrete barrier that kind of lo we're told that the maserati actually tumbled down there. now, there were two children inside the vehicle at the time. both of those children have passed away unfortunately as did the father. he was actually found in the roadway below. when the car hit the roadway below the highway, woodberry road here, it actually caught on fire, and it was just a disturbing scene as i menninged
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this family that has now been devastated by this horrible crash. >> it was very difficulty. it's always difficult anytime children are involved in something like this. it's very unnecessary for the children to be involved in such a horrific incident. >> reporter: at this point all lanes of i-75 are back open, as is woodberry road. they're just investigation here on woodberry road at this time. it is back open, and cars are able to travel through here in both directions. according to florida highway patrol they believe speed was a factor and that maserati was traveling at at least 95 miles per hour on i-75 or more and they also tell us that alcohol was likely a factor as well. for now we're live in brandon. back to you. >> alcides: kellie, thanks so
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the pinellas county sheriff avenues office is investigating a deadly deputy-involved shooting. two deputies responded to a domestic disturbance call around 10:30 last night. at the scene they saw 49-year-old john zamola ramming his wife's car and knocking out a front pillar on the house with his pickup truck. as deputies approached him he got out of the truck holding knife apparently. after being asked to drop it, the deputies fired at him killing him. if you already made your decisions and want to vote ahead of election day for some of you today is the final day. early voting has already ended in many parts in florida. in hillsborough, pinellas and pasco counties you have a chance to early vote. you can cast your ballot at 7:00 this morning and it ends at 7:00
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like a driver's license and know the ballot ahead of time. >> lindsay: if you're headed out to do early vote, after 6:00 it's dark. the time change. hopefully you remembered to change the clocks lass night. this morning started out cooler and cloudy. these clouds are thinning in lakeland at 64 degrees with that comfortable north wind. beautiful morning to get out and enjoy. while we've seen that breeze at times at the beach this morning, i think overall less gusty today scattered clouds from the west. remember with the earlier sunrise is makes sense we're milder this hour. flirting with 70 degrees. you're at 70 in sarasota. good morning to you. lakeland is at 64, and it's 67 in tampa. visible satellite imagery shows the clouds sneaking in from the west. these clouds are on tap for the afternoon. a little more cloud cover today, and a chance for a sprinkle today.
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of green and specks and those are sprinkles moving away from us. the northeast breeze is up at times today and warm and 83 through tomorrow. the mornings are cool and not your best time to get out and enjoy that taste of fall. >> alcides: thank you. in world news this morning, iraqi special forces continue to defend themselves from a counterattack this morning launched by isis fighters in mosul. the news comes as iraqi troops press into densely populated facing a new kind of battle. snipers as well as heavy artillery were heard through much of the night. there are reports of people being used as human shields. the special forces entered the city on tuesday following two tweaks of heavy fighters. hundreds of far right protesters marched through the streets of berlin calling for angela merkel to be removed from office. police accompanied the
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capital and at one having to move counterdemonstrators. it began at the main train station where speakers criticized the government's decision to allow large amounts of migrants into germany. the protest was peaceful. pop pope francis is an outspoken advocates for the millions fleeing to europe. while speakig at the vatican on saturday, he denounced what he called the scandalous amount of money governments and insti institutions have found to save banks and not people. the pope went a step further calling the current treatment of migrants in the mediterranean shameful. coming up on "good day tampa bay," the gawker/hulk hogan case got financial closure, but it's a little tasteless for their employees. employees. 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...
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>> alcides: welcome back. the time is 8:38. a man's death in bradenton was the result of jealousy. a woman lied about having an affair to make her cheating husband jealous. her then angry husband, according to investigators, shot and killed the other man. we told you about the shooting death of randolph on thursday. investigators say derek frazier was that angry husband. he's charged with second-degree murder and is currently being held without bail.
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a week away, but tampa bay is already celebrating those who have served our country well. on saturday service members along with the hillsborough county sheriff's office marched down hanley road in tampa for veterans day parade. families lining the streets there got to see floats and marching bands as well. veterans day is observed this coming friday, november 11th. charges have been upgraded for a man arrested in connection to a death of a woman in largo police have charged edward gillian with first-degree murder. autopsy results show that lisa wells died from strangulation and blunt force trauma. on friday officers were called out to the mobile home park on north 142nd avenue to check out a disturbance and found wells dead. gillian was originally charged with aggravated domestic battery. the hulk hogan settlement has left some at gawker a little bitter.
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we climbed three degrees since the low in tampa. it's 67, and 70 in sebring and brooksville climbing into the mid-60s. also some more clouds today. we look west towards some cloud cover, which is is opaque in spots but these are the types of clouds that will thin throughout the morning. so as we look west through some of the cloud cover, it looks great, but we will see some breaks. 67 in tampa with the northeast, and that's a comfortable wind. this is the view in st. pete from children's hospital cam. we're looking east towards tampa and here's where you see the breaks. the northeast wind is at 11 miles per hour. you're near 70. clouds coming in from the west through the overnight, but not all see it. highlands county is nice and bright. check out the wind still coming in out of the cool flow out of the northeast. not quite as gusty as what we saw yesterdy at this time. it won't be as gusty overall through the afternoon. with that wind at 12 miles per hour, that's still enough to
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skytower radar saw sprinkles this morning and bhaets left of them. we stay dry throughout the day and can't rule out an inland sprinkle. inland is the mildest locations and you're the locations with dew points in the mid to upper 60s. so the higher the numbers are, the more uncomfortable it feels. winds out of the northeast. no gusts to show you on the east coast. north of the area we ha area. 58 in tallahassee and we are close to get in cooler readings, 51 in atlanta and 46 in nashville. we may open the door for some cooler air not over the next five days but next weekend. that's what we watch throughout the week. so average-wise, 80 is the normal high. we're at 83 tomorrow and tomorrow with more clouds closer to normal mid-week. keep in mind, november just started last tuesday. every day this month so far
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with a blue boxes it will minus things out and move us back to this time of year for averages for mott. throughout the day, here are clouds. sprinkles on the east coast and maybe one or two inland. we're dry monday morning and comfortable for anyone with the day off. enjoy it. tuesday for election day, a few more clouds but dry. then we look to the west for more clouds, possibly a shower from this disturbance, but that's isolated. the rain chances are 20%. that's normal. the year. 83 for the high, and 64, so back to the cool air late tonight. waking up tomorrow morning in the low 60s, by the way, sunset tonight is at 5:42 so that's the trade-off. great monday and great week ahead. hopefully you have time to spend in the outdoors. on the water today for the boaters, a moderate chop but no advisories this morning because the winds aren't as gusty.
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sunshine with the outdoor festivities. next weekend looks cooler and beautiful. could change. at this point i see 70s in the future next weekend. we have one special first birthday this morning. oh, my gosh. cole is ready for christmas! he had a birthday. his favorite foods are black beans, pancakes and chicken. interesting combo. his favorite toy is a ball. he loves to play with his older brother and sister and chase his pet cats. too cute. >> alcides: he loves black beans. i love cole! all right. still to come, you can call it a jetski that flies, whatever you think of it really doesn't matter. it's the newest thing to land in tampa bay. our lloyd sowers will take it
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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. cutor, will reallocate resources to target violent crime, including gun violence, rape, and domestic abuse. andrew warren for state attorney. it's time for new leadership. my dad was a family doctor in pinellas county for 55 years. it's time for new leadership. he used to even take me on house calls. both my parents taught me to help others. that's why i believe in public service. as your governor we got things done, and if you send me to congress we can do it again.
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and i'll take care of our veterans. i'm charlie crist and i approve this message because i'll put you, the people first. always have, and always will. putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****".
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more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. alright, good.
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earlier this week.. a new flight earlier in week a nye flight training school in tampa opened at peter onight airport but it's not for your traditional pilot. it's a far cry from a normal airplane. >> reporter: very, very cool. brings a whole new dimension to flying, completely different.
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nice. okay, you all set? here you go. go for it. this is bravo alpha on runway four for the details. >> here it is coming up. >> wow, that's easy. >> super easy. super easy. >> okay, so and simple that was. >> that was great. >> you have the windows down and the wind in your hair. do you want to do the controls a little bit? >> that's great. i'm actually flying the plane right now. >> i'll take the controls real quick. i got the controls. >> yeah. >> i like it. i like it.
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here. you do some sight-seeing. >> it's like a wave runner or snowmobile, except you're flying. >> it's similar to that. it has the same characteristics. it turns really tightly. you can feel it. >> all right. right up on the edge, baby. right up on the edge. yeah. >> all right. so landings. gears up are up and flaps are down and runners are up. lands check is complete. >> nice. nice. wow. that's awesome. >> we're going to stay up on the step a little bit. so we just taxi around, you know. go to the left, go to the right. >> it feels like a boat now. >> yeah. we go full power now.
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>> all right. >> it's coming down. gears are down and locked for land and flaps are up. we're over here for the full stop. >> skyhawk 3552 charlie turns cross winds staying in the pattern of runway 4. >> thank you, josh. i appreciate it. that was fun. i really liked the water landing i didn't really expect it to be that smooth. >> it's really nice and super easy. >> lindsay: what a fun assignment for lloyd. >> alcides: it looks super easy. >> lindsay: he made it look nice and smooth. the weather is nice this morning, but we're thinning the clouds. we have a great week ahead for election day, no rain or issues. cool in the morning, and next weekend 70s for highs. do we say it? it's looking likely. >> alcides: i love it.
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get out there and vote. today is sunday, november 6th. you can keep up to date with all the news all the time. >> find us on facebook and twitter. enjoy the rest of the weekend. remember with the time change, sun sets at 5:42 tonight. sun sets at 5:42 tonight. >> alcides: have a good day.
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? like thunder, gonna shake your ground ? ? you held me down ? ? but i got up ? ? get ready 'cause i've had enough ? ? i got the eye of the tiger, a fighter ? ? dancing through the fire ? ? 'cause i am the champion ? ? and you're gonna hear me roar ? ? ? roar, oh, oh, oh ? ? roar ? ? i got the eye of the tiger, a fighter ? ? dancing through the fire ? ? 'cause i am the champion ? ? and you're gonna hear me roar ? ? oh, louder ? ? and you're gonna hear me roar ? i'm hillary clinton
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i'm chris wallace. with just 48 hours to go until election day, we're live in our brand new fox election headquarters here in new york. >> we're on the cusp of something that's so amazing. >> after more than a year of a polarizing campaign, america chooses. at stake, the presidency, control of congress, and the future of the country. >> we will have change. the question is what kind of change are we going to have. >> today the latest on where the polls stand, live reports from the trail, and interviews with both campaigns. first, the republican vice presidential nominee, indiana governor mike pence. >> this country's coming together. we're going to make donald trump


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