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deputies rush to save a man's life. >> i didn't expect somebody right down the road for me to win the $18 million. >> but they did. what one lucky couple plans to spend all that money on. >> the announcer: from tampa bay's number one news station, this is the fox 13 6:00 news. >> good evening. welcome. i'm kelly ring. >> and i'm mark o'meara. a day of history in donald trump arriving in washington as the incoming commander in chief meeting at the white house with paulpresidt obama. the two men had never met before. they talked about the transition of power today and many other things during their first time meeting this morning. here's what the president-elect had to say afterwards. >> this was a meeting that was going to last for maybe 10 or 15 minutes. and we were going to get to know each other. we had never met each other. i have great respect, the
hour and a half, and as far as i'm concerned it could have gone on for a lot longer. we really -- we discussed a lot of different situations, some wonderful and some difficulties. i very much look forward to dealing with the president in the future, including counsel. he explained some of the difficulties, some of the high flying assets, and some of the been achieved. so, mr. president, it was a great honor being with you, and like forward to being with you many, many more times in the future. >> thank you, sir. >> and there it was. we're going to have much more on this meeting and the rest of the day's developments in washington tonight at 6:30. this is happening right now. for the second time today family and friends are gathering to remember mariah good. shot and killed last week the innocent victim of someone else's fight. dozens attended a celebration of
river walk. kimberly is there. how is her family holding up? >> reporter: mark, as you can imagine her family is hoart -- heartbroken. it's one of the worst events they'll ever go through in their whole entire lives. their family and friends are gathering. they have 20 purple balloons they'll be soon releasing. they say that was mariah's favorite color. today is all be remembering mariah. while they're hurt they're forgiving the shooter. it's a hard thing to do but mariah's mom says she wouldn't have it any other way. >> reporter: her family leans on faith to get them through the heartcakes. >> it's a bitter pill to swallow just think if people get saved or her or one life changed, angels are rejoicing. >> reporter: her 18-year-old daughter was shot and killed
she was in a car with a friend when deputies say she saw devone freeman. her friend and freeman didn't get along. they exchanged words and then freeman, who was in his car pulled out a gun and fired shots. deputies say she was an insent victim and freeman was aiming for her friend. >> i play that the man that done it finds salvation. i want to look him in the eye and tell him i love him and i forgive him. >> reporter: the loss hits this community hard. people of all ages are suffering. children and was studying to become an emt like her older brother. >> it meant a lot for me to her to follow had my food steps and to have such a heart. >> reporter: but her mom has done what so many others would find impossible. she's forgive ebb. while she wants justice she wants to watch her daughter's kindness live on in others. >> your life has a domino effect. you either do good things or you do bad things.
and to help and love people. i think many dominos will fall over this in the good way. >> reporter: now, her mom those the river walk out here because it's such a beautiful place. she wanted a beautiful place to remember her beautiful daughter. freeman is being held in sarasota county on no bond. within the next few days he'll be brought back to machineatee county. -- manat >> now at 6:00 a chase turns into a life saving effort by deputy when's a shift-lifting suspect nearly drowneds. look at this video. the rescue was caught on police department body cameras. we're in the control room tonight. how did this unfold? >> this started out a traffic stop and turned into a chase down u.s. 19. speeds reaching 70 miles an hour or so. the driver tried to ram a deputy's cruiser and made a run
deputies on the tail of a suspected shop-lifter in port richey and then the man runs. it's a choice that nearly killed him. >> within minutes the same deputys that were chasing him are the same onessening bringing him back to his life. >> help me! >> you can hear the suspect gasping for help. >> the deputies realize he's drowning and a body camara records the rescue. >> we got to >> take my gun >> come on, come on, come on, go, go. >> that was deputy john read jumping into the canal. >> by the time i got to him he was dealt weight. >> and he another deputy strug toll get the man to shore. >> head up. get his head up! >> he was not responding. they brought him back to the shoveline where we multiple deputies administered cpr. >> get the cpr mask out.
>> he was not breathing. deputies shouted for chest compressions. >> does he have a heartbeat? >> after two minutes of cpr he started breathing again. >> it was a relief. it was something i think we all start this job to do, to save lives. >> hours later the canal is calm again. the man is heading to jail but is thankful he's alive and the deputies who saved him say this shows how their jobs can change in the of an eye. >> it's changing hats. we're trying to bring him into custody. but if his life in danger, we need to save him as well. >> the man has been arrested at least 10 other times and is facing serious charges in relation to this incident. deputies say he did thank them for saving his life, kelly >> all right. thank you. well, her name is elle and as bad as she looks, shez has
elle was one of 21 dogs seized during a dog fighting bust throo -- these weeks ago. >> the amazing thing about this dog is how sweet she is. and that's despite the painful itching and the scraping she's had to endure as vets treat her for the severe case of mange. they have to scrape off the scabs and treat her. the he says poor ellie would never have stood a chance: runs:15oc:in the ring.rick chaboudy/suncoast animal league
proably would have killed her which is likely what was going >> the infections she has would credit killed her least untreated. if she did get better she was going to be a bait dog and pilled in the ring. >> yeah. a bait dog. that's what they think. she will have to stay at the vet hospital for a month while they clear up her mange and other ineffects. she needs to gain weight. after that shale go to a foster home with a goal of getting her adopted. as for the fighters, 53-year-old darrel smith is charged with felony animal cruelty and bated animals. 61 years james harris also charged. two other men have been arrested since that bust and charged with crimes related to dog fighting. they're 32-year-old leandr wright and 25-year-old willie joe frazier. we'll let you know when they go to trial or enter plea deals. >> mark. >> that's sad. glad to see she's doing so well. thank you.
service and sacrifice by helping them start their own businesses. today hillsboro community college unveil aid program called operation startup. a place where veterans can connect with other veterans to get hr businesses off the ground. the founder hopes to turn tampa bay into the silicon valley for veteran entrepreneurs. it offers space to work and collaborate. there are mentoring programs and educational workships free to those who have served. >> veterans are becoming employees who are si good asset to a company that were never taught to be an entrepreneur. take that leap off faith. helping us and mentoring us through process really does go beyond thanking you for your service. >> for more information, go to fox13news.com. we have all you need to know. >> well, just ahead a veterans day a special program by
progressive insurance is honoring two tampa veterans with new cars. several organizations teamed world cup the keys to from guess program. -- progress programs. progressive madeed the presentation to the vets at the brandon service accept certificate in riverview today. those receiving the cars say they're providing them with freedom. >> it means freedom to -- we get to go where we need if we need va appointments and go to school. we have a nice and safe car we can use. >> tampa crossroads helped connect these veterans with their new rides and we're told across the nation 100 cars will be donated to veterans and their families through this program. that's fantastic. important for sure. >> that's right. >> barely scraping by from paycheck to paycheck, how one couple went from that to
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$18 million. imagine what you could do with that. >> and ken ising about to tell you how the lucky couple plans to spend their winnings. >> reporter: on this quiet working class street in highland cty one house stands out. the blue one. and not because of the color. >> said the folks in blue house and you said >> the millionaires. >> reporter: yep. they justec regular old millionaires. they're now multi-millionaires. they won't get oughtall of it $5 comes off the top for taxes. >> reporter: what would you do with that money >> i keep it to myself and maintin my low profile. you won't even be standing up here talking to me if i won it. >> reporter: the couple is not big on talking either. we got a no thanks. who are they? according to published reports they plan on keeping their
e's facebook suggests she loves cats. >> they probably have, i don't know, more than 10 cats. there's a lot 6 cats. >> reporter: now plenty of money to buy cat food. >> they're not the only ones petting good cash into their pockets. the ticket was sold here at this 7-11. the owner will get $90,000 as a thank you. he may rake in even more money from people who think that the lottery tickets from here are now extra lucky. >> actually buy any. when i saw that, i bought it. >> reporter: you think your chances are better? >> i hope so. >> reporter: back in the neighborhood folks are wondering what's next? >> maybe they can move where they want to. >> reporter: no matter where they might be, they're moving on up to be sure. in highland city, fox 13 news. >> the announcer: now your sky tower radar forecast with fox 13 thief meteorologist paul paul.
>> clouds way off in the distance. what i think the cool is the planets. you can see venus in the middle and saturn to the right showing up like a beacon in the western sky. what a great day. low humidity. lots of sunshine. we're talking about the upcoming winter season. one thing of note is that there is a developing weak la nina in the pacific ocean meaning cooler than average waters west of that ultimately changes or impacts the jet stream. with that means for us is usually a drier than average winter in florida. but we're looking at data, mike, ben, and i. it's not a strong indicator, either way. moderate and strong la ninas are usually much drier for us. as far as temperatures go, it can go either way. four out of 11 la ninas, temperatures were above average.
average or wee below. this is not a moderate or strong la nina. as far as winter goes t. looked overall to be milder and dryer than average. even in that pattern we can still get many cold fronts and certainly bouts of rain. for now we're dry and mild. not a good situation to our north. if you ever need friends or a lot of you vacation or have property up here in western north carolina and today. look at all the smoke. i mean, dozens of wildfires are ongoing right now. and that smoke is being pushed to the southwest. and everybody today in metro atlanta was complaining with the smell of smoke. a lot of people said it was bad with reduced visiblity. not good at all. this is some of the fires last night this >> is near lake lure. which i'm sure you've been out
distance. that smoke going up and blown down to the south. i just don't see really any end to that. there is a state of emergency up for western north carolina. the thing that's amazing is eastern north carolina and eastern south carolina has had too much rain from hurricane matthew. 16 days now in a row with temperature above average and now 26 days in a row without measurable rainfall at tia. today, another day above average, heading our way early next week. it will bring clouds and maybe some rain monday and tuesday. but the pattern is still pretty dry for us. for november, not unusual. this is typically our driest month of the year. great view from satellite today. not a cloud in the sky. dry air. n is pretty much locked in. tomorrow and saturday should be great. lots of sunshine. 6:00 of its, low 70s.
what a great evening to be outside tonight. open up which can windows if you can. 73. dew point 54 at eight miles an hour. weakening cold front is south of us. high pressure is moving in through louisiana. it's amazing how quiet the country is. i mean, you've got some rain and snow showers in new england. you got light rain along the gulf coast. rain way up by off the coast of seattle and that's it. most of essentially cloud free. 61 nashville. 60 in chicago. 66 in kc. 63, atlanta. 73 in tampa. good stuff coast to coast. tonight, we stay clear and pleasantly cool. we're down to 60.
>> coming up, the lightning back home tonight taking on a team they torched last week. plus, where does the buck stop with the defensive struggles the bucks have gone through this season? and we have much more on the u.s. and a barn burner they're getting ready for this saturday night. that coming up in s i'm a coupon guy... i signed up for the publix digital ones... i clip the paper ones... in fact if there was a third kind, i'd probably love those too. that's how i save at publix. how 'bout you?
here shopping is a pleasure. (scott)andrei vasilevskiy will be in net for the lightning tonight at home against the >> well vez -- well, andre vsaeleski will be in the net. the last meeting in brooklyn was a 6-1 steven stamkos had a goal and assist. >> you're going to get a different team ever night. you'll have a team that learns game by game. i wouldn't say that we're coming into this game expecting to win and expecting to win big because
>> well, it's good news the bucks will have doug martin back this week after missing the previous six games. no word on russell shepard. on the defenseive side of the ball they were back to full strength. clinton mcdonald the last of the banged up defensive players was a full go at practice today. now they need to execute because this d has given up 23 points in nearly 1,100 combined over the last two games over they are in the nfl's bottom five in terms of points and yard as lowed per game. the coordinator mike smith says his d has to start turning things around beginning this week against the bills. >> we've got to do a better job making sure we put in a game plan that our players can go out and execute. and that's the thing that we've
just experienced over the three days looking at what our guys do best and what gives us the best opportunity to stop them. because, again, guys, you've accept -- seen it. it's not acceptable. >> well, it's going to be a great day of football this sunday right here on fox 13 starting with tailgate sunday at 10:30. i'll be live at the stadium. then fox will continue their free game coverage get you set for the 1:00 kick between the bears and former bucks offensive coordinator is back in coaching. he's taken over at head coach at the fresno state bull dogs program. he was lovey smith's first coordinator but left the team during the preseason ta take care of a heart issue. he never recovered and left the team during the off season. huge game this week for the bulls. a visit to face the memphis tigers. both teams just scored a ton.
ridiculous pace especially with explosive plays especially in the last three games. >> they take pride in the offense and scoring touchdowns and doing their jobs and being exciting. each and every week the guys try it get the things done. we don't chinesely vey -- necessarily have a certain number of 20 yard plays we get. it goes back to good football players. >> they're going to set records before the season is over with. clinton flowers on the verge of breaking a couple of things. but they'll need help in the conference. keep our fingers crosses. >> you're right about flowers. these -- he's been a special player. >> absolutely. >> thank you so much.
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>> we discussed air lot of different situations, some wonderful, and some difficulties. >> president-elect donald trump talking about his first meeting this morning with president obama. it was the first time the two had ever met each other. and from their accounts the meeting which ran long, went well. fox's lauren blanchard joins live from washington. the transition of power, it's underway. >> reporter: good evening, kelly. yes, it donald trump had a very busy day here in washington when he and president obama sat down at the white house for the very first time to put aside their differences and talk about the future of the country. >> we now are going to want to do everything we can to help you succeed, because if you succeed, then the country succeeds. >> i very much look forward to dealing with the president in the future, including counsel.
on the trance ition went better than both sides expected. >> the meeting might have been at least a little less awkward than some might have expected. >> reporter: from the white house onto capitol hill as mr. trump and vice-president-elect mike pence met with top republicans. house speaker paul ryan showing mr. trump where we'll be sworn into office in just 71 days. mr. trump also meeting with senate majority leader mitch mcconell but the administration will need to work with democrats. senator elizabeth warren with strong words for the next president. >> we will stand up to bigotry. no compromises ever. >> president-elect trump will continue to receive intelligence breeivings. once he's sworn in he'll be in charge of one of the most complex governments in the world
$4 trillion budget. kelly. >> thank you. >> well, melania trump was at the mouse today and met with michelle obama for tea in the yellow oval room. we're told after getting a tour of the white house's private residence, melani spent time talking with michelle about raising children in the white house. after their chat they went into the oval office. >> the election is we're into making a difference cycle. that's what we're focused on, and that's what we need to be doing. >> the campaign may be over but not everybody is happy about the results. following protests across the country last night, there were several more pretests today. -- protested today. this was at the university of california. students in san francisco and phoenix marched to protest. happening right now, hundreds of people have gathered for a vigil
being led by women upset over trump's election. the group plans to hold a vigil in front of philadelphia city hall tonight. >> president-elect trump has reached out to one u.s. ally, the british prime minister's office. during the call she highlighted her wish to strengthen trade and investment with the u.s. and it hoping to strike a new tree trade deal after britain leaves the european union. but tru h take more of a protectionist attitude to the u.s. economy. the man accused of setting off bombs in new jersey and new york makes his first appearance today in court in manhattan. august -- akmed rahmi faces charges of places bombs in new york and new jersey.
and to pennsylvania tonight. a police officer there has been killed oar being shot by a suspect. the police department says the officers were responding to a domestic disturbance call this morning when a gunman fired at the them without warning. officer scott was killed. a veterans day memorial in the area bake a makeshift memorial for him. the other officer was injured and is now in stable condition. police say the shooter killed himself and a pregnant woman was also found so far they've not yet said how the woman died but she didshave a protective order against that gunman. thousands of officers made a final salute to a fallen merck network city police sergeant today. a funeral procession for sergeant paul wound through long island today. he was shot in the head in an exchange of gunfire with a suspect in bronx last week. another officer was shot but survived. police ending up killing that shooter as well.
on as the new president-elect weighs his option for dealing with isis. the militant group claims it hit a town with air strikes in the video shows thick clouds of smoke in the aftermath of the strikes. six women and a child are among the dead. and as the battle for the isis capitol continues in syria, the u.n. is warning of another looming humanitarian crisis as we get closeer to winter. fox's john huddy as hat latest >> reporter: u.s. backed kurdish forces fighting back a fierce isis counter attack this week as they push towards the terror groups capitol in sir ya. they're now just 30 miles north and advancing quickly. liberating towns and villages held by isis for years. >> reporter: they have imprisoned women. when she see a woman not wearing black they take her identification card. >> reporter: the fighting continues as the u.n. warns of
or clothing to make this through the winter and that could mean a big uptick in the civilian death toll. >> the fifth war winter is starting in syria. there is no doubt it will be the worst. >> reporter:the u.n. making clear it expects u.s. involvement in the crisis to continue during the trump administration. but the president-elect has hinted that he may side with russia in the and end the official u.s. stance calling for the removal. fighter says no matter where u.s. policy falls they'll continue to oppose the regime. >> to be honest the new president trump is the same as obama and others. they're characters who come and go but the american policy does not change. >> reporter:the u.s. military is providing heavy air cover for the northern offensive.
fighters involved and the operation is expected to take months. in jerusalem, john h dumbdy fox news. >> in other world news a sad end to the story of a young boy stuck in a well in china. rescue crews found the body of a five-year-old in an abandon well today. the boy fell done while helping his dad harvest vegetables. it prompted a massive rescue effort. more than 400 people working round the clock to dig out the and prince charles has a new nay -- naval base. the visit comes amid chris sit i am -- criticism. it should cost $8 million u.s. dollars. you'll soon be able to get a face-to-face meeting with donald trump, kind of.
of trump at the famed wax museum in london. two days after the victory the wax head was finished. they're shifting their attention to perfecting mr. trump's hair style. the styling team is using yak hair to replicate his famous do. >> it's 100 yak hair. we're not using human hair because we can't get white human area. but yak w >> the museum is aiming to have a full, life-sized replica of donald trump ready in time for midlands hiz inaguruation coming up. >> starbucks is out with this year's holiday cups. take a look. the company is offering 13 cups loaded with snow flakes and reindeer and tree lights. instead of to its creative team,
last december they asked customers to post their designs on instagram. all the cups for hot drinks are red. they have white designs featuring candy canes, orbaments or other holiday similar bombs. iced drinks have a wreath wrappednd the mermaid logo. last year's cups drew criticism from some who said they were too gentlemen fir ik and part of the so-called war on christmas. it's a tiny device that into the usb port on your
>> well, of course it's a well known fact that smokeing it not the healthiest of habits. but a center for disease control report shows how unhealthy it is. dr. joe has been looking into the new research for us. what did you find out in this study. >> kelly, tobacco remains the leading cause of preventable disease and death in the united states. since 1962 it's contributed to 20 million deaths. more recently we've seen a decline in deathsof that's thought because smoking rates are also down about 6 percent. still between 2009 and 2013 an average of 660,000 tobacco related cancers with diagnosed per year. 340,000 per year died of those cancers. now the cdc estimates about 36.5 million americans are still smoking. psychological stress, educational level, both of these things play a role. but two-thirds of smokers do
you can see a benefit if you do quit. >> what's the good news when you look at this research, though, that i hope there is some? >> there is. the rates in florida have hit an all time low. we're declining faster than other states in the country. now, part of that reason is because we have tobacco free florida. it's 10 years old. it's funded from money from the lawsuit settlements tw the tobacco companies. the state says they're making progress. adult smoking rights in 2006 were 21 in 2016 they've dropped to about 16 percent. and youth smoking rates have redeesed from almost 11 percent down to 3 percent. that's really wonderful news. tobacco free florida has helped about 15 #-,000 people quit and today they say that the healthcare cost savings to the state of florida are about $3.2 billion and they can help anybody quit. they have awe quit your way program. it's free. can you join a group. you can get a quit code. can you access ton the
link. and it will be on our website. >> very important information for people who are trying to quit. and most people do want to try to quit smoking. changing gears. i understand researchers have come with a new innovative hiv test. >> this super interesting. it's a point of care test. anyone can do it at the bedside. they take the blood. put it on a chip and a couple of chambers and it plugs into a usb port. that really fuels it and gives it that energy. took for the jenetic material in the hiv virus. they can look at it and detect 1,000 copies per that amount of blood. that's a little bit higher than the number than what we get in a lab. but they say it's enough to then change their medication. find out how they're responding and kelly, they want this to go to third world countries and places where they don't have access to labs. imagine, if can you get your results right there and then you
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on wall street, the dow jones closed at a record high.. beating the all-time high it set in august. >> a dow closing at a roared high. the dow rose today. the s&p ebola you had up four points today. hollywood headlines time. greenday is back. we're going to start with amy not plan on moving out of the country now that donald trump is president. that was a promise she made during the campaign. but she says it was like most of this only a joke. former batman michael keaton will suit up for the big screen again this time as a villian. the president of the par vehicle studios will confirm that he will play vulture in the upcoming reboot of spider-man
and that's green day releasing a new music video today for their latest single still breathng. the rockers will kick off their north american leg of their new tour in march. no florida dates are there yu yet but i'm sure they'll make a swing through florida at some point. >> they probably should. it's been a while. it's been seven or eight years. >> i tell you what i did not want to come inside today, paul. >> we need to do weather shows outside. beautiful day. sunshine. if you missed today, it's going to be good tomorrow. it will good on saturday. even sunday looks good. clouds and showers early next week. we still have had the streak of temperatures staying above 80. today was another one. the last time our high temperature in tampa was below 80 way back on april 7th the average high is below 80. it's 79. and today, we are back up to 82.
we'll have days in the mid-70s probably early next week. clouds and maybe showers with an approaching cold front. but there's still no sign of any cold air coming our way from canada that would drop our lows into the 30s and 40s. i just don't see that on the map at all. today,82. the average 79. low this morning, 63. 40 way back in 1913. the fair weather clouds along the east coast. and besides that, clear skies dominating. what a nice evening to be outside. there is nice and crisp. the visiblity is perfect. the dew points are low. the sky was very blue today. 73 in tampa. already in the 60s in palm harbor. new tampa, 69. sun si center, 69. brooksville at 66. land o lakes at 68.
inland readings in the 60s and low 70s. tonight no air-conditioning. probably no heat. save some money on that. 73 the dew point at 54. a north, northwest wind at eight. country is quiet. not a lot going on weather wise. clouds and some light rain in the western gulf. that's not much. the pacific northwest has rain off the coast of seattle, could be lake effect snow in tomorrow. besides that beautiful day. look at chicago today. 60, minneapolis 63. flint, 58. raleigh, 52. columbia, 56. smoky in atlanta. big problems are a wildfires over a dozen. in fact several dozen in western north carolina, upstate south carolina and the wind is blowing that smoke into greenville and
about four to six miles in smoke all because of the fires in western north carolina. tonight, we're in the 50s to near 60. tomorrow, i expect it to be a day kind of like today in the upper 70s to near 80. future cast has a frontal boundary south of us and then high pressure building in. so seasonable and pleasant tonight. and then more sunshine coming up on by sunday, we may get clouds kind of coming in from the atlantic. we may turn partly cloudy during the day. as far as rain goes, i don't see much. maybe a couple of showers arriving on monday or tuesday. that's really about it. overall, it's a pretty good setup. certainly cooler than it was last year at this time. clear, nice tonight we're down to 60. 50s inland. sunshine tomorrow. beautiful veterans day. am mr. sunshine and a high up to 78. more of the same coming up on saturday. lots of sunshine in very
seven-day forecast is pretty much locked in. 70s to near 80. couple of showers are possible monday and tuesday. but i tell you guys, i was outside today. took that big walk out to the mailbox. and it was so nice. >> what did you retreerve? -- retrieve? >> i'm stilling let the recollection stuff. -- election stuff. little late >> he's still learning. >> exercise. >> burned offer a solid seven calories, i believe. >> when we come back tonight a growing sport that's definitely on target. well when i shop, my coupons are in a neat little stack, and my weekly ad is folded like this. ready to go... that's how i save a lot at publix. how 'bout you?
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children for a living has been arrested for the unthinkable. what this martial arts coach is accused of doing. and it's a day dedicating to thinking and remembering the men and women who served this great country. tomorrow, veterans day. tonight we're looking ahead at the celebrations happening all around the bay area. those stories and more coming up. >> thank you, chris. well, a 19th century english sport is gaining popularity in america. the competitive world of darts and it's players right with tampa bay.
>> this 16-year-old starting playing the sport four years ago >> my dad introduced me to it it's challenging and fun. >> zach is the number one ranked youth player in the state. he'll be going to connecticut to compete to be the best in the country. >> and the person would wins glows to england. >> it's full extension. >> david is second in the state and has played for eight years. >> it's a competitive sport. there's a lot >> emotions that tara takes to every game. she's been throwing tarts for a year. >> have you to have a steady hand, but most of it is mental. the strength of your brain determines how well you're going to do in the game. the sport is so addictive players build their lives around tossing that feathery arrow. >> most of my decisions are based on whether i play darted where i go. >> darts are hard. >> it's not as easy as it looks.
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