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((russell- it's seven o'clock. only 24 hours until the start of election day. the presidential race i >>russell: 7:00 and 24 hours until the start of election day. the presidential race too close to call. florida will be a >>reporter: right now two manatee county parents are trying to make sense of losing their daughter. i'm here at the manatee county sheriff's office with the parents of mariah hope goode. deputies are still investigating her death. i'll speak with her parents straight ahead. >>laura: and young and naive. millennials losing money. why they're the generation most vulnerable to a scam. and welcome to the 7:00 hour of "good day tampa bay." i'm laura moody. >>russell: and i'm russell rhodes. a lot ahead this morning.
sun is already up for a change since we turned the clocks back which is fantastic. 70 in st. petersburg. mid 60s inland. real comfy start to the day. thing is that the humidity levels, they were brought down by the front that came through and they're hanging lower and they'll stay that way likely for a few days. honestly, just more fantastic weather. highs today around 84 degrees. >>vanessa: all right, dave. thank you. right now we're going to l we have heavy northbound delays after a reported crash near the intersection with bloomingdale. we're actually seeing the northbound delays stem from -- it's going to be closer to the shopping center just south of that intersection where they have the fresh market but that's the start of it all the way towards the elementary school so it's very, very heavy in the area. it's already congested area so make sure you're planning extra time here and if at all possible, it's hard. maybe if there's a good work around, avoid that area because
holiday area, we were actually reporting on the holiday area, a crash reported on 19. last report, that was near bone eat -- bonita but this one near flora. >>laura: we start with breaking news from overnight. the death of janet reno. she was the first woman to serve as u.s. attorney general. she was chosen by president clinton. reno held that job for eight years, longer than anyone else during the past to raid the branch dividian compound in waco, texas. it was a controversial move and also the armed seizure of 5-year-old elian gonzales. she came home to florida to run for governor. she lost in the primary. her goddaughter says that reno died from complications from parkinson's disease. janet reno was 78 years old. with just a day to go before the election, hillary clinton gets
evidence from her emails to pursue criminal charges. >>russell: it will be a very busy last day for the candidates. doug is following it all from washington. good morning. >>reporter: good morning and forget the two major candidates running for president. it's this guy, f.b.i. director jim comey getting all the attention now and he dropped another bomb shell. donald trump with a stop in virginia, still digesting the investigation into hillary clinton. >> right now she's being protected by a totally rigged system. it's up to the american people to deliver justice at the ballot box. >>reporter: just hours earlier, james comey sent yet another letter to congress saying his agency had reviewed hundreds of thousands of recently discovered emails, based on a review, he wrote, we have not changed our conclusions we expressed in july
harkening back to comey's original conclusion that clinton was careless about handling classified information but couldn't be prosecuted. the clinton team learned about it. >> he's confirmed the conclusions he reached in july and we're glad this matter is resolved. >> this election is a moment of reckoning. >>reporter: clinton didn't mention the development but it was no doubt a relief as her campaign prepared for star studded closing arguments. na schedule today, hitting florida, north carolina, pennsylvania and new hampshire and winding up in michigan tonight. it could be a critical state for both campaigns with president obama, former president clinton and hillary clinton herself heading there for one last push. now, one thing to keep in mind with this latest f.b.i. revelation, this came down just yesterday but already more than 40 million people have already made up their minds and voted
russell? >>reporter: all right. thank you. if you didn't vote yet, you have to wait until tomorrow to do it. early voting is over with. close to 48% of all registered voters in florida have already cast a ballot. democrats have a slight advantage. here are the unofficial numbers from hillsborough. just over 176,000 people voted by mail. while another 242,000 voted early at polls stations that's 49% turnout so far. same percentage in manatee while pinellas had about 48% turnout for early voting. polk county had 42%. remember to bring a photo i.d. if you're voting tomorrow. stay with fox 13 for complete election coverage. if you can't watch us on air, follow developments online. you'll find race results, live streaming feeds. >>laura: most 18-year-olds are
college, a career, maybe even children. dying is not something they think about at this age. shayla reaves is in manatee county for us where an 18-year-old woman was fatally shot and devastating for this family, too. good morning. >>reporter: yeah. good morning to you, laura. certainly a lot for one family to deal with and at this point, they're still just trying to make sense of all events unfolding. we can tell you this all started sunday street east in bradenton. that's where the manatee county sheriff's office received a report about a possible shooting and during the course of the investigation, they found themselves at a local hospital and the victim of that shooting, 18-year-old mariah hope goode. they located her at the hospital and she ultimately did not survive her injuries. as authorities continue to search for the person responsible for pulling the
and trying to make sense of the changes that have occurred in their lives in the last few hours. i'm here right now with jan goode and gary goode. jan, i can't imagine what you're feeling right now. what have the last few hours been like for you and your husband? >> sleepless, just praying and just pray that go someone will tell who shot mariah and that person will come forward and give himself up. >>reporter: as far as you know, she had an incredible story. it's like she was just getting her life on track. she had been adopted by you and your husband when she was a baby. her parents from haiti, her mother coming to the united states on a raft and you all have been in her life since the day she was born. >> that's our baby. >>russell: >>reporter: and throughout her life, she had a number of health challenges and the community came together to help.
much people were able to raise for her, how they were able to make a difference in the last few years? >> mariah was diagnosed with lupus and it got hard for her to get out of bed and she was on chemo and steroids and then she had urine with blood in it so she got down really bad. and was about to die on us so we reached out to find another treatment for her because the treatment wasn't wor found out about fetal stem cells so we had talked to a doctor, several doctors and found out that yes, that was the way to go. >>reporter: and the community came together, helped raise thousands of dollars and now to know that it's not saving her. you're having to deal with something much more difficult. >> now we have to bury our baby girl.
out and taken away by somebody with anger issues. >>reporter: and to be clear before we let you go, any idea why she might have been on fourth street or is that a question you all are trying to answer, too? >> we're trying to answer it, too. we're trying to make sense of it. we know that she was on the island and then we got the call. >>reporter: thank you for your time and strength. i know you're going through a lot right now. manatee county sheriff if you have any information, anything that maybe you saw something or heard something and you haven't reported it, you're encouraged to reach out to the manatee county sheriff's office. you can also report information aonymously by reaching out to crime stoppers. laura, back to you. >>laura: we hope they have some answers sooner rather than later. thank you. a murder suspect surrenders after calling police from the treasure island beach. when officers got there, he told
other officers were sent to the location where they found a shooting victim. there is a family connection between the alleged shooter and the victim we're learning, too. we're not sure of a motive. no names, either. >>russell: a woman in critical condition after the accident that took the lives of her husband and two children. greenes were driving north in brandon early sunday morning, lost control of the vehicle. it hit a guardrail before hitting a barrier and woodbury road. the parents were thrown from the vehicle. children five and nine were in the back seat. speed and alcohol could be factors in the crash. >>laura: look closely. these are surveillance video of the thieves. businesses are next to each other on west allen road in citrus county. one of the thieves used a woman as a human shield after being shot at by one of the employees. pictures only show two suspects.
neon. >>russell: falling victim to a scam. it can happen to anyone. coming up, the age group most vulnerable and it may surprise you. >>laura: and unhappy with the election results. some people are already planning to leave the country. the places seeking a spike in reservations. >>dave: 7:11. we're at 68 degrees. fantastic. that second number, that dew point being in the that's the comfy feeling you've got outside this morning. northeast wind at seven miles an hour, temperature range goes from 63 in brooksville and central florida to 70 in st. petersburg. clouds, sunshine, more warmth
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erosion from hurricane matthew last month. they spent almost $4 million to fix it. now, fortunately, florida didn't suffer a direct hit from the hurricane. it kept offshore hurricane season. comes to an end at the end of this month. i'm telling you, matthew was such a strong storm and thankfully it did stay offshore because if that had made a direct hit where it did hit would have loo different. so hey, i'm just trying to get used to this sun coming up earlier. i love it because you're with us friday at this time, it was still dark out. i couldn't show you the camera but now i can because the sun came up an hour earlier today. you may not have noticed it yesterday because you slept in a little bit but today, beautiful. 69 degrees there with that east wind at 10 miles per hour. another couple of cameras that i want to show you. the u.s.f. marine science
along the coast, it's still a bit windy where you have the east-northeast wind around 17 miles per hour. lakeland camera just gorgeous as well with a few clouds mixed in and that 63-degree temperature. this is what i'm liking, though. once that front came through late friday, early saturday, we had a weekend that was warm that didn't do much to the temperatures but it did dry us out a little bit and that holds this morning with the dew points, they're lovely. th'r to around 60, 62 degrees. i'll take that all year long. we're going to have this for much of the week and we're still stuck with the northeasterly wind as well so not much of a change in the forecast over the next couple of days. there a trough of low pressure that basically is an elongated area of low pressure versus that concentrated, kind of spin that you would normally see. it's back out here to the west. and it's going to ride to the east enough where you're going
louisiana and alabama and mississippi but i don't think it's going to come close enough ta really give us any rain which is typical for november because it is the driest month of the year. what we'll do the middle of the week as this trough gets in the middle of the gulf will increase a little cloud cover, maybe throw a few sprinkles in there and that's really going to be about it. in the meantime, clouds and sun, clouds and sun. nice weather. like it. 48 for a high temperature today. tonight the overnight low temperatures are rht degrees. if you're like me yesterday, when that sun went down, you're like, wait. what time is it? took you by surprise. tonight sun sets at 5:41. wow. and then 82 for a high temperature tomorrow. clouds, sunshine and just more loveliness in general. if you're boating, coastal waters, a moderate chop is expected. if you're going well offshore, it will be breezy and choppy out
next seven days, 20% rain chance. election day tomorrow, weather should be fantastic and also veterans day on friday, all the outdoor activities, i think the weather will be fantastic as well. good to hear. thanks, dave. >>vanessa: lithia pinecrest, delays are getting worse. this was a crash reported in the area of the intersection with bloomingdale. i think i'm going to pin point this closer to closer to the intersections. that's where all the northbound delays start and they're back to lithia springs elementary school at this point. make sure you're leaving early and if not, maybe if you have an easy way to get to bell shoules, use that. we're getting to pinellas county. a crash reported 19 and 49th street north. two of the lanes are going to be blocked in the southbound direction.
here. 674, a crash reported at lake drive. we're seeing notable delays eastbound and westbound through the intersection so plan extra time here as well. >>russell: thank you. 7:19. group of people who are most susceptible to internet scams are the younger generation. 50% of people who fall for online scams are between the that may be because they're the ones that are most online. by comparison, just 34% of generation x-ers were likely to click on phony popup ads. people least likely to do that, over 55. which country falls for the scams the most, it's us. americans are the most gullable . it's important to keep
and change passwords regularly. >>laura: dale earn hart, junior caught speeding on the way to the track. the picture his fiance put on twitter. >>russell: and making movies here. what it takes to make the bay area attractive to hollywood. first, hollywood himself, mr. charley belcher. >>charley: yes. mr. hollywood. hope you're doing well this fine monday morning. sleep safety town north of 52. shady hills, hudson area, you take your pick. we're in the area of has co-county. if you don't own a jeep but you want one, you could win that. yep. that's going to go to a lucky winner this weekend. sweet stuff. i'll tell you about jeepin for
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accused serial killer. >>russell: they've found some human remains and they expect to find more after a confession. >> the bond is denied. >>reporter: a judge denies bond to alleged serial killer as investigators find another body on his property in spartanburg county, south carolina. >> we are in the process of trying to get that person removed from here we're not even close. we can't tell anything about the cause of death, the gender, or how long, any of that stuff. >>reporter: the murder case all started to unravel after deputies found a missing woman alive. 30-year-old kayla brown tied up in a container on thursday. he confessed to four murders over the weekend and he's accused of killing kayla's boyfriend.
>> things like they were gone forever. 13 years, why would anybody -- he got away with 13 years. wow. why would you confess now? >>reporter: suspect's neighbors are surprised by the case but say they didn't see much of him. >> todd was, in my opinion, a likable guy. he never used any foul language when we were talking. he was a big bragger. >>reporter: authorities other possible bodies on his properties. >> there's supposed to be one more down here but we're going to keep searching until we are positive that's it. >>reporter: the f.b.i. and homeland security are also assisting in the investigation. >>russell: we have t this, this morning. damage from an earthquake in oklahoma. quake had a magnitude of 5.0
state. cushing is home to one of the world's largest oil facilities. there's concern that historic buildings may be deemed unsafe. children are kept at home from school today as a precaution. some people got hurt. nothing serious. >>laura: a transit strike in philadelphia is over this morning. 4700 workers have been on strike since last monday because of a contract dispute. trolleys, buses and subways all shut down. almost a million commuters rely on that system every day. and there was fear that their polling station tomorrow. >>dave: what a gorgeous day and i love the fact our first weekday with that time change and the sun came up earlier and this is what it looks like. you just have clouds and sunshine feel. u.s.f. marine science familiar ra, we're at 70 degrees, a little breezy along the immediate coastline this morning. in river view, not as much in the way of wind. net camera, 63 degrees.
east-northeast winds at 17 with a temperature of 70. we'll easily get back up in the mid 80s for today examine -- and then we'll slowly taper temperatures off by the middle of the week with the only change being clouds and a sprinkle on wednesday. we need more than a sprinkle to help out that situation. just clouds and sun and warm afternoons, vanessa. >>vanessa: we'll take it for sure. thanks. here at 7:27, we want to update drivers on the u.s. 19 crash we reported. fox sky on scene at with 49th street north. you see some delays. they're probably minor in the grand scheme of things. sky fox chopper is reporting delays about a quarter mile or so and at this point, lanes are clear so it should look better in the area as you make your way out the door. not looking so good right now, the top part of veterans expressway and then the portion where it turns back up into the suncoast parkway area. we do have some delays reported here, particularly in the area
we have no official reports of incidents here. we're looking into whether there's something here unreported but it is looking a bit slow. 16 miles an hour is the slowest point here in the area i just mentioned. 54 to hutchinson where most of the delays are should take about 20 minutes or so. make sure you're leaving early here. we'll check in on some other majors, looking heavy southbound 275 coming to the interchange from 75. we'll take you about 38 minutes and 22 is the time southbound 75 between the same junction with >>laura: all right. thank you. an unwelcome guest. the pinellas county woman who saw a monkey in her backyard and they took a picture of it. >>russell: there's a long line to see donald trump today. ken is covering that story for us this morning. >>reporter: good morning. there are hundreds of trump supporters here. some actually camped out overnight to see the man they
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(laura- welcome back to good day tampa bay. >>laura: welcome back. time right now is 7:32 and time is running out to win over the last minute votes. >>russell: election day starts in less than 24 hours. donald trump is making one more stop in florida, in ken is there where people have already been waiting in line. good morning. >>reporter: good morning. everybody and their brother is talking about politics this morning because obviously, the big day is tomorrow. these folks are doing more than talking about it. they're coming out to support their candidate. many of them have been here for hours and hours and hours. now, they're very committed but the point today for trump and for clinton on the other hand is to grab those last minute votes. people began lining up here at
even though the doors won't open this morning for the general public, for several more hours. these folks had to camp out. they're talking politics and everything else under the sun. just waiting it out to see trump. one guy told me it was well worth it because he wanted a front row seat to history. he wants to be close to the man who could be the next president of the united states. it's certainly been a very, very colorful horse race and a close one. a new poll says that clinton leads by a few points. 44% to trump's 43%. another poll the cnn poll of polls puts clinton at 46%, trump at 43%. we're talking head and head, very close. but remember, no matter what the general populous votes for, we're talking about the electoral college, the magic number there as you probably know is 290. that's what you have to get to be the president of the united states. examine that's a number we're all going to be watching for
>>russell: talk later. thank you. >>laura: a long list of celebrities say they will leave the country if donald trump becomes president. singers miliary virus and cher, george lopez to name a few. a lot of other people are also making plans to leave if their candidate does not win tomorrow. >>jennifer: that's right. the race for the white house has some people searching for ways to race out of the country. it's temporary for most of them. canada and mexico are destinations. >> i think every election cycle you hear people talking about if their candidate doesn't win, they're leaving. >>jennifer: every four to eight years, many americans say they're leaving the country if their vote isn't heard on election day. >> we see people putting money where their mouth is. >>jennifer: travel to canada spiking 40% recently. and after the most recent presidential debate, inquiries
international destination and, you know, particularly after brexit, we saw a huge increase in demand there and it's amazing how far your money goes. paris, rome are another top european destinations for us. we're seeing good, strong demand to those places and you look at air fares, they're down with oil being cheap and the whole travel package is quite a good value to go long haul right now. >>jennifer: if you're serious about fleeing the scene after the election, pay attention to your flight plan. a new sur portland, san diego, salt lake city and honolulu topping the list of best airports in the u.s. as for the worst -- >> unfortunately for new yorkers, new york, la guardia, newark and jfk, they're overcrowded, air traffic control system is over capacity so even the slightest rain shower can throw things out of control in new york city. and also in the great lakes midwest, chicago o'hare and
>>jennifer: jet blue is taking advantage of the post election bump in business. they had a two-day elect of vacation sale for trips starting on wednesday. prices were as low as $34 one way. >>laura: all right. thank you, jen. ask a child what they want to be when they grow up, and you'll get a variety of answers. firefighter, sports star, but president of the united states likely will not be on the list. >>russell: in 2,000 kids ages six to 12, 65% had no interest in becoming president when they grow up. the pressure of the job is the main reason why. there's a chance you might see a monkey running loose in pinellas county. valerie says her dog was barking yesterday. she went to take a look. she saw the monkey on the top of her backyard fence.
watching tv and here comes on the fence, i thought it was a large cat until i saw that it was like a monkey. like oh, my god. it was a monkey. beautiful, beautiful, very slow, just crawling, walking, whatever, on fence. >>russell: monkey kept to itself and then wandered away. it's a chance it's the monkey that's been seen running loose in hernando and pasco. if you catch it. leave that to the experts. >>dave: in sports, the bucs are halfway through the season. three wins, five losses so far. now they'll return to practice this week after losing thursday night 43-28. now, the bucs are hoping that mike evans will be able to play on sunday. of course, he's in the nfl concussion protocol after taking a vicious hit in the loss to atlanta. he ever ans has eight touchdowns
derek koetter has seen a lot of maturity from his star wide receiver. >> mike has really got his temper under control. mike is really locked in to what he needs to do, whether it's a penalty called on him or a penalty he thinks should have been called on them or jameis overthrows him or mike going over the middle. mike has really learned to move on and play the next play. and you can see it in how he's running his routes. he's think that's mike's biggest area of improvement. and for as good of a game as he had, i'm sure mike will be the first to admit that he probably should have had a couple more. >>dave: the bucs play a third straight game at home this sunday against the bears. then they travel to kansas city to play the chiefs the week after that. then back home against the seahawks. bucs will fly across country for a game in san diego the
first of two games against the saints. it should come as no surprise that dale earnhardt, junior has a lead foot. he was on his way to the texas motor speedway sunday morning when an officer pulled him over. his fiance tweeted my little speed racer. earnhardt, by the way, got off with just a warning. >>laura: he knew better. ahead this half hour, bringing film makers back to florida. >>russell: state funding issues have cost our state several big films. the move this morning to lure hollywood back to the bay. another look outside. dave is back after the break
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that east wind at 11 miles per hour and i'm loving this beautiful sunshiny start to the day. plant city is at 64. brandon is at 64. so is palm harbor. to north, still have the 59 in inverness this morning. 61 in crystal river. 69 degrees in sarasota. mid 60s in venice and as you go inland, a lot of mid to upper 60s. really just a very comfy, cozy little start to our monday. it is breezy, back toward the we have seven to 10, even 17 mile-per-hour winds around st. petersburg but they're out of te northeast which is like for the past month, we've had winds out of the northeast. we'll warm things up but once the front came through late friday, early saturday, it did pave the way for some drier air to settle in so that's why these dew point numbers are sitting in the upper 50s to around 60 and let's kind of look ahead because
day so it's really about the humidity levels and over the course of the next few days, 50s for dew points, 60 degrees for a dew point, right through tuesday into wednesday and thursday. so there's no real mugginess coming at us. we're going to stay just a shade below moderate humidity. how does that sound? and temperatures in the mid 80s the next couple of afternoons. can't complain. the weather has been fantastic. the thing that got you was the that hour early or the sunrise this morning. it was like 84 degrees. the sunrise was at 6:46. actually, if we hadn't turned the clocks at all, sun would be coming up right now. 64 degrees with mostly clear skies, mild conditions. tonight clouds, sunshine and lovely tomorrow with a high of 82. east winds at 15 knots, seas running two to three feet. got a moderate chop for boaters, coastal waters and water
20% rain chance, middle of the week. not impressed that we would get really much of anything. and then more than likely getting back to upper 70s for high temperatures all the way through this upcoming weekend. >>vanessa: thanks, dave. and getting kind of busy here on the roadways. we want to get to the sky fox shot. this is westbound fletcher in the area of 56th street. we have some lane blocks here. this crash involves a motorcyclist and it is moving slow in the area. backups are from this point s the way back to i-75. so make sure you're avoiding the area in the meantime. fowler avenue looks clear in this area. work around just to the south. we'll get to this now. live look along i-4. this is westbound near park road t. looks like we have a crash taking up the right lane. two lanes are passing here. it is a bit slow in the area. looks like the delays are -- let me look at the map here --
it looks like we have some backups in the area. back from park road all the way to charley taylor road so not quite county line road and i'm looking at westbound delays between macintosh and thonotosassa. we'll get back to lithia pinecrest road. the delays are just worse and worse in the area. we have a crash northbound at sterns and this is causing delays at this point all the way to fish hawk. so extremely backed up in the area. please, please avoid if of course, we mentioned in the last report, bell s shoules a good work around. plan extra time and use caution. >> the reality you know is one of many. >>laura: dr. strange is best at the box office. superhero movie made $85 million
it is the 14th movie in the marvel collection. they've all been number one after the opening weekend. also at the box office, animated film "trolls" is number two. hawk saw ridge opens at number three. boo hands strong, falling into fourth. inferno rounds out the top five. speaking of movies, move over, l.a. it's time to make tampa bay the big destination when it comes to making movies. when creates a lot of jobs. joining us to talk about it, film commissioner dale gordon. good to see you. >> good morning. thank you for having me. >>laura: i think the commission has had to look at a lot of things when it comes to making movies here. we have the infrastructure, talent, say nothing of the scenery. you can always have more, right? >> absolutely. i think it's also important to point onot just movies.
to the local economy, provide high wage jobs so we're always looking at anything that can provide exposure for our community and again, bringing economic impact. a couple of things we have going on right now is we're actually going to be launching a local production guide. we're having an event this wednesday at gasper's grotto. this is an opportunity for not only crew to come and put their submission in but also hotels, rental cars, other resources th film industry. >>laura: seems like we've been getting more movies here for filming. miss peregrine's school for peculiar children just recently. what are other movie snz glue the infiltrator but we also have -- coming down the line we have two television shows that will
spring. night watch on a & e. this follows our first responders. we're excited about that one. and then also we have a brand new television series that's going to be unveiled in january on the discovery channel that is taking the place of myth busters. >>laura: wow. the scenery is here. that's an important thing to talk about. we've lost some movies. i can recall of late, one of the movies shooting had to recreate ybor city in georgia bau they talk a lot about tax incentives, reasons why they need to come here. what kinds of things are you doing to address that? >> yeah. a lot of my job is about advocacy for the industry because this is a heavily incentivized industry. it's the number one determining factor where a high impact project will decide to go. that is exactly the reason why we lost the ben affleck, ybor city movie was because at the time, you know, the state of georgia was giving them $6
florida, we had none. so that's one of the things that we're constantly always doing. we're always trying to educate our legislators not only during session but throughout the year and work with them and show them the importance of this very economic industry. >>laura: that has to make you mad, too. we don't like to lose to a state like georgia. >> not so much. especially when you have content that's written about books that you can give us a sneak peek at? >> unfortunately, no. that's one of the hardest parts of my job is that i can't talk about 75% of what we do. but we do have some projects in development. hope. ly we'll be back here talking about those soon. >>laura: and the legislators, listen when we talk about what we need here for jobs and it creates a lot of jobs. >> absolutely. >>laura: all right. thank you so much for your time.
>> thank you. >>laura: we'll get over to you, charley belcher. >>charley: i love to see dale on tv because she's the real commissioner gordon. >>laura: that is true. did you hear that? >>charley: there's heard that a million times, i know. tell dale i said hello and keep the films coming. we're in pasco county hanging out at safety town. a big event is happening this weekend. we're getting -- about to hoist the american flag high in the air on veterans day. we're celebrating men and women putting themselves on the line here and raising money dunkin's sweet black pepper bacon sandwich is back with twice the crispy, caramelized peppered bacon. experience a breakfast sandwich made for bacon lovers. america runs on dunkin'. carson and i have seen some terrible ads attacking our mom
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i'll put you, the people first. always have, and always will. >>charley: "good day." i'm charley belcher from safety town. the flag is in the i can almost hear the star-spangled banner playing in my head. we're here to tell you about an event friday, saturday and sunday called jeepin for justice. pasco county sheriff's office, captain, a fun event for the whole family all three days. >> absolutely. this is a family fun event. i want to thank you for coming out here to make awareness for this. this jeepin for justice event is
canine unit which you'll be seeing in awhile. it's a family fun event. it starts this weekend, starts friday. it's $35 for one day or $65 for the entire weekend and it's all about the kids and the safety, the dogs. we just want to really spread positive energy and jeepin for justice will do that. >>charley: if you have a jeep, bring it out. we'll get a little mud on the tires. >> we're going to go o we have cars out there, big -- all sorts of things to crawl over. it's going to be a mess. >>charley: safety town is a really cool thing in and of itself. we'll talk about that a little later as well. it's basically a miniaturized town and you bring kids here and teach them what they need to know about safety. but all the way surrounding it are all these great woods and all kinds of fun trails that are only open for this event so this is your chance to come here and
>> we're not going to be giving any tickets here on the property over the weekend. you have more word. >>charley: good. and i know you're going to have bounce houses and vendors out here and food and really, the specific beneficiary is the canine unit and i know we're going to talk about thalths later. it's an important part of the sheriff's office. >> absolutely. we have the canine -- it all goes to pasco sheriff's charities. they give to the canine unit im so it will help the kids and help our canine unit. >>charley: if you don't have a jeep, you could go home with that. for a $20 ticket, you could win what you see right there. the jeep and the boat. that's one prize. there you go. that's incentive right there. appreciate your service. come out and support the sheriff's office friday, saturday and sunday. jeepin for justice.
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