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it's happened again. another tow truck driver is hit and killed on a local highway. what we know so far about this investigation. 9 days of mourning are nine days of moufrning are underway for fidel how cuba plans to remember their long-time president. good sunday morning, and welcome to "good day tampa bay." the time is 6:00 a.m. i'm alcides segui. thank you for joining us. let's start the morning like we always do with a look at the forecast. jim is in for lindsay milbourne. >> the cold front worked down across the state, so you have that milky appearance to the sky yesterday with a lot of mid to upper level clouds there. the clouds are passing through
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of clear skies as we go through the day. a great amount of sun and also that lower humidity with some slightly cooler temperatures wrapping up the holiday weekend really pretty nice. we're at 59 degrees and dew point at 50 and humidity at 52% and the winds are out of the north at 5 miles per hour, which will bring down the really mrevent air over the views area. 47 in brooksville, crystal river is 46 degrees down to our sout places like bradenton at 57 degrees. throughout the interior, low to mid-50s, lakeland is currently at 52 degrees. over the past 24 hours there's the difference. you see a huge difference in these temperatures between about 9:00 and in some cases up to 13 degrees cooler than we were this time yesterday. so we will warm it up as we go through the afternoon. up into the mid and in some cases approaching the upper 70s, but really a lot of sun and that
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that's on its way, which could bring rain later in the week. we'll talk about that in a little bit, alcides. >> alcides: thank you. we're following a news alert this morning. this is out of tampa. another tow truck driver has been killed. the crash happened on southbound i-275 at faller avenue. according to tampa police, the driver was hit and killed overnight. it's still very early in the investigation, so at this point we don't have any names or k we are getting pneumonia information as the mortgage unfolds. kellie cowan has a live report in the 7:00 hour. this is the second fatal crash involving a tow truck driver in just over a month. on october 9th troy mcguire was killed on i-75 at big bend road. he was one of several tow truck operators who responded when troopers pulled over three cars for racing. he was stand on the shoulder
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mcguire died. the driver of that vehicle was charged with dui manslaughter. also new this morning, tampa police are looking for the person who hit and killed a bicyclist and then took off. it happened on himes and hillsborough avenue. the bicyclist was hit ht crosswalk. they're looking for a person in a dark-colored sedan. it will remain closed for the next hour as they continue the investigation. anyone with information is urged to department. if you're headed out this sunday morning in clearwater, avoid parts of gulf boulevard. that was a sewage spill in sand key. over 100,000 gallons of sewage spilled after a main break. the spill lasted about 12 hours going into two storm drains and eventually making its way into the intercostal waterway. parts of gulf boulevard will be closed the next couple of days
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a pasco county deputy was forced to shoot and kill a dog after reports it attacked someone. this happened last night near hudson. he responded to the scene after someone called saying the dog bit a man. when the deputy responded to that scene, the dog was off a leash and still agitated. when the deputy tried to back away the dog started to bite her. investigators say the deputy was forced to shoot and kill it. >> i saw the dog come out and attack sheriff's officer, a female. she was backing up to get away from the dog, and she fell down. >> alcides: neighbors say the dog belonged to a homeless woman. they haven't released the name of the deputy or man hurt. it's unclear if the owner will face charges. friends and family gather in st. petersburg to honor the oldest member of the original tuskegee airmen.
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friday. he was a loving man that cared deeply about his community and family. get this. rogers would walk to worship service every sunday up to three weeks before he died. as part of the service, his family went down the same walk rogers did the last 50 years. >> he served his kuntz with distinction as a tuskegee airman, and continued to be a vibrant part, a father and husband in this and a resident historian. >> alcides: rogers was part of the 100th air engineer squad and served with the red tail angels. he was wounded in action in 1943. his family said rogers was a man of god and no doubt he'll be missed. nine days of mourning have begun in cuba. former dictator fidel castro died on friday. alcohol sales have been
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half-staff and concerts canceled after the announcement. monday large rallies are planned in revolution square. a public memorial is expected to take place in revolution square tuesday night. his ashes will be taken around the country leading up to his funeral on december 4th. while there are celebrations in the streets of miami, for many cubans around the bay area, it was more of a subdued celebration. news they waited for. many acknowledged the death of castro does not mean the death of dictatorship in cuba. >> when we all got the news, it was not only a time to celebrate family but a time to celebrate the end of an era. >> from one day to the next, everything that my parents have worked for and my family had worked for, it was gone.
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brian yen necessary has more on what it means for u.s.-cuba legislation. >> one of the president obama's legacies was restoring diplomatic ties with cuba, opened up travel, commerce and telecommunications. on the campaign trail president-elect trump promised to reverse all of that. >> all of the concessions that barack obama has granted the castro executive order, which means the next president can reverse them, and that i will do unless the castro regime meets our commands. >> trump won florida and the cuban american vote promising he would cancel obama's orders into the regime granted political and religious freedom to cubans and freed all political prisoners. cuban exile leaders say they
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renegotiate. they liked the opening for travel, but urged the suspension of new trade and investment deals that only serve to enrich the regime. >> any concessions that are going to be given to the castro regime must come with a demand. the demand must be to respect the rights of the cuban people inside the island. >> reporter: a cube dant dissident jailed in cuba for his has held dozens of hunger strikes believes obama's biggest error was not consulting the dissident community before negotiating with the castros. just last week he met are marco rubio and bob menendez, both cuban americans imploring them to alter or halt obama's deal until more democratic reforms are passed. >> translator: things are worse economically, politically and
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repression, incarcerations, and assaults and torture because the government fell the deelt legitimized their actions. >> reporter: his death putting the relations ? spotlight in the first days of the president-elect's new administration. it puts cuba/u.s. relations in the spotlight in the first days of the president-elect's new admi admission manages. how far will mr. trump go in his promise to cuban americans to bring about change. in new york, brian news. >> alcides: new developments in the green party's request to recount votes in three states. it looks like hillary clinton's campaign is joining that movement. one of clinton's lawyers issued a statement saying now that the recount is underway, they have an obligation to the more than 64 million americans who cast votes for clinton to see the process through. the official recount effort in wisconsin is expected to get underway late next week. meanwhile, the filing deadline
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happening today the holiday season is upon us, and why shouldn't the kids have all the fun? today your four-legged friends get their pictures taken with santa. pet pictures with santa are taking place tonight from 6:30 to 8:30. the first 50 pups on hand will receive stockings for their fireplaces. how cool is that? if you look to add another member to your humane society of tampa bay and the suncoast animal league will have a few pets on hand. new this morning, do you know who owns these two dogs? someone in pasco county found them in gulf boulevard. that's just north of chancy road in zephyrhills saturday morning. the male is fine but the female was hit and has a broken pelvis. the male dog refuses to leave the female's side. later this morning they'll be taken to ray of sunshine rescue
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dogs, contact the sheriff' office inches almost two dozen people in israel are arrested in connection with with wildfires burning across the country. people in costa rica clean up after tropical storm otto rips through the country. the latest in the cleanup efforts and why people are concerned about even more flooding. good morning, jeff. cool start this morning. we run in the mid-50s after the cold front moved yesterday clearing out the skies and dropping that humidity. we have a buchl day today with these temperatures topping out in the 70. we track a cold front that will bring rain later in the week.
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in world headlines this morning. welcome back. in word headlines this morning iraqi troops continue their push to take back mosul from isis. troops fired mortars and machine guns at isis forces supported by air strikes from the coalition. iraqi military and hospital officials say 16 people have died this weekend in mortar attacks. the united nations says at least 73,000 iraqis fled the area since the government's campaign to retake the city began last month. a quarter million people take to the streets protests the country's president in south korea. they want president park to quit ahead of an attempt by lawmakers to impeach him. that move could happen as soon
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prosecutors have accused him of extortion. israeli police arrest several in connection with wildfires burning outside of the jerusalem. so far 23 people have been arrested accused of intentionally setting the fires. the israeli prime minister called the fires a terrorist attacks. hundreds returned to burned-out homes and buildings on saturday. several other countries have been called to help contain the flames. israeli officials are saying many of the fires were set by politically motivated palestinians. people around costa rica clean up after tropical storm otto makes its way over land. otto was the strongest storm to hit that country. nine people were killed and the president declared a national state of mourning for the next three days. several flooded and caked with mud. some time, but it came late in
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to think about a category 2 that late of the year that far south is traditionally you only expect it to come -- common knowledge is you can't have one below 10 degrees north, and this one was kind of straddling right on the line there. just barely got in there. yesterday it was out in the pacific, and as it moved below 10 degrees north, it just kind of fell apart. so you just don't have that extra little spin of the earth to help it out, and t day yesterday. we had a lot of clouds around, at least some of the mid and upper level clouds give that milky appearance to the sky. despite that we managed to get up to 81 degrees for the daytime high yesterday, so as you look at our calendar for the month, you can see we really have not had a lot of cool days even though last week we started out really chilly on sunday and monday. then we warmed up quickly and we
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the afternoon, we're back up into the 70s probably a little bit above normal. with that lower humidity, it feels so much nicer outside. right now the temperature is at 59 and the dew point is at 50. that makes the humidity at 72%. the winds are out of the north at 5 miles per hour, so pretty much everybody waking up into the 50s this morning. some 40s to the north. up in brooksville 47 degrees and crystal river at 46, clearwater 60 degrees and down in st. petersburg at 62 degrees. yo front. nice change. pretty much everybody running between 6, 7, to 11 degrees colder this morning compared to yesterday. the dew points if you were watching yesterday, i showed these numbers. they're back into the low to mid-60s, and now we've dropped that into the 40s and the 50s. that gives you that nice, crisp feel to the air, especially as you head outside this morning.
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afternoon. with that dry air it warms quickly and cools quickly, so this evening once the sun goes down, you notice that temperature will drop off quickly. if you head over to the bucs game and the kickoff is at 4:05, so first part of the game you have the sun. once the sun goes down, it will be a litte cool at the staid yim. there's the front pushing down to the south. high pressure builds in across the eastern half of the country, so lots of clear skies for today, but already you can see more their way across the country. you have that active pattern where every few days we get the cold front that works across the country. and that's what we're going to see. futurecast shows first front pushes to the south and high pressure gives us the clear skies. here's the next front pushing into the southeast as we get into monday, tuesday, heading towards wednesday as well. stalls out to the north. we get an area of low pressure
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help kick their front our way. even though we have some strong storms that will work into the southeast, it's all going to initially stay to our north. it's a second little impulse that will come through here and give us a chance of rain as we head towards the middle of the week. at least for the next few days the weather really looks pretty nice, and as we get towards say wednesday night heading into thursday, that's when we see that rain chance working its way up. for today mainly sunny daytime high of 78 degrees. for tomorrow, scattered clouds and a little warmer but still relatively low humidity. it feels pretty comfortable and daytime high of 80 degrees. on the water the winds are out of the northeast at 10 knots. by the way, gulf temperature cooled down to 69 degrees and high tide comes up at 1:50 this afternoon. here's that seven-day forecast. the rain chances working their
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towards the next weekend, it ad- looks nice as well. we cool the tempertures right back down. alcides. >> alcides: it's one of the biggest rivalries in all of college football, the seminoles take on the gators in tallahassee. the usf bulls are looking for bragging rights but the tenth win of the season. you can see that highlight, and you know they have both of them kevin o'donnell brings us the highlights tr what's the best way to get two servings of veggies? v8 or a fancy juice store? ready, go! hi, juice universe? one large rutabaga, with eggplant... done! that's not fair. glad i had a v8. the original way to fuel your day. ? think of your fellow man. ? ? lend him a helping hand. ? ? put a little love in your heart. ?
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marlin mack is breaking lose for another big touchdown run. he has 155 yards on 20 carries and two touchdowns. what makes this bulls offense so good is flowers. he can hurt teams with his arm, but he's more with his legs.
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lead. flowers adds another touchdown run for the fourth quarter. flowers had 152 yards through the air, and another 152 yards on the ground. they put up 503 on ucf and win comfortably. they finish the regular season with an impressive ten-win year. will yea taggart couldn't be more proud of his team. >> i appreciate you we were doing and help to shape what we have going on in south florida. we have something special because of you guys. you believe, you believe, you believe. you wanted to do something different. you dared to be different, and we are different with that being said, we have ten wins, the most damn wins of the school year. >> those guys were pushed up. how about gatoring s/snoelz
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francois rifles it across the middle to travis rudolph and he gives sfu some breathing room here. freddie stevenson up the gut going 27 yards to give the noeldz 'noles a 24-6 lead. gators trip murray and marcel harris picks up the ball and takes it back for the gators. first touchdown against fsu in nine too little talt and they beat the gators 21-13. a four-game winning streak. the 'canes beat up on duke in miami. brad kaaya takes control of the game up 16-14 in the third. 76 yards for the touchdown. kaaya throws 396 yards and ties the career high with four touchdowns and in doing so he
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dorsey, and miami wins 40-21 to finish 8-4. the 'canes could head to new york for the pinstripe bowl or jacksonville for the tax slayer bowl on new year's eve. we have another full day for you of football this sunday. catch our full pregame show, seahawks/bucs "tailgate sunday" starts at 10:30. the network takes over at 11:00 and later on the seahawks and 4:05 you can catch here on fox 13. that's ilook at sports. have yourself a great day. >> alcides: he made headlines 16 years ago and became a poster child for u.s.-cuba relations. this morning we here from elian gonzalez in the wake of castro's death and what he had to say about the long-time cuban dictator. a happy holiday weekend for a family in california.
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november. now the search is on for the person responsible. cold front pushed down to the south, and that cleare the skies out and brought cooler temperatures this morning. satellite view over the state showing a patch of clouds first thing this morning. they work to the east. we see plenty of sun for today. right now the temperatures are not bad. currently running in the 50s. here in tampa we're at 59 degrees and winds out of the north headed for the rrabba's new meatball our gigantic meatball topped with parmesan cream sauce and stuffed with delicious melted mozzarella. ? dramatic italian aria ? it's the most dramatic meatball you've ever eaten. for a limited time only.
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you for joining us. good morning, and thank you for joins us. i'm alcides segui. i'm november 27th. we're all following a news alert out of tampa this morning. another tow truck driver has been killed. the crash happened on southbound i-275 at fowler avenue. according to tampa police, the tow truck driver was hit and killed overnight. it's still very early in this investigation, so at this point we don't have names or know how many peoe of course, we're following to get more information on this story. this is the second tow truck driver, by the way, killed in the bay area in about a month. fox 13's kellie cowan has a live report in the 7:00 hour. a peaceful end to a standoff between police and a man in tampa around 2:00 saturday at a home on marham avenue. an armed man barricaded himself inside the home. they were first calmed when the
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he showed up at the house despite having a restraining order against him. the man's name hasn't been released. he was taken into custody a couple hours after the standoff began. pasco deputies look for the public's help to identify the person they say broke into the car port of one of their own. it was caught on surveillance cameras. he broke into the car port of a deputy's house early saturday morning and got away with a couple much items. if you know that person right there, contact the sheriff's office. cold front's moved to the south, and that's ushering in the cooler, refreshing air. had some clouds overhead yesterday. those are all pushing out of the area, so as you look at the sat lie view, there you see it racing off to the east. we will see lots of clear skies for today and plenty of sun as well. that drier air is in place. it warms quickly and cools quickly and that's why they're
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we have 40s in brooksville, and crystal river is 46 degrees right along the coastline. just the influence of the gulf waters, which are still running in the 60s. clearwater is at 60 degrees, st. petersburg currently sits at 62 degrees, but over the past 24 hours you can see the effect of the cold front running 6, 7, and some cases up to 11 to 13 degrees colder this morning compared to yesterday. that's a good cold front through the area to cool it down. as we go through the of sun and these temperatures warm into the 70s. even though we head into the 70s, that lower humidity really makes it feel pretty pleasant. we track a cold front that looks like it will bring rain later in the week. i talk more about that coming up in a little bit alcides. >> alcides: nine days of mourning have begun in cuba. fidel castro passed away on friday night. alcohol sales have been suspended and flags are at
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the announcement of castro's death. monday giant rallies are planned in revolution square. castro's ashes will be taken around the country leading up to his funeral on december 4th. a public memorial service is expected to take place in revolution square tuesday night. if you were in florida in the early 2000s you likely remember the drama surrounding elian gonzalez. now he's remembering fidel castro as well. elian was 5 years old and was coming to america wit his mother drown. elian was pulled from that water. his family wanted him to stay in america. his father wanted him back to cuba with him. president clinton at the time eventually decided elian should be returned to his father. the boy was welcomed back to cuba as a hero. that was about 16 years ago. now this morning elian mourns castro's death.
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elian said castro was like a father to him. a happy reunion in california. a mother is found safe after being abducted at the beginning of november. fox's will carr explains investigators are still searching for the person responsible. >> reporter: as investigators continue to look for the staples centers she say abducted sherri papini, her sister is taking the time to thank everyone f support over the past three weeks. papini disappeared on november 2nd when she went for a morning jog. they found her cell phone, earbuds and strands of her hair a file from her home but didn't know what happened to papini until thanksgiving when she flagged down a motorist in a rumor part of yolo county in california about 140 miles from where she disappeared. the sacramento bee reports that she was chained and heavily beaten. she was taken to a local hospital and reunited with her family.
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reunion after a traumatic couple of weeks. >> it's been a range of emotions and sadness, anger. right now it's just joy, lots and lots of joy that she's here with us. >> reporter: papini's family is asking for privacy as she recovers thanking law enforcement and various groups that helped including a private group that offered a six-figure reward. a family friend started a gofundme money to that page even after papini was found safely. as of saturday the page has raised more than $49,000. one woman that donated wrote, praise god sheri is found and safe. blessings, peace and prayers as you recover and heal. another wrote, hope this money goes towards healing your precious family now that your lovely wife has been found. may family and friends continue to nurture you through your
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it's unclear what will happen to that money now that papini has returned home, but it comes as authorities continue to search for the suspects that she described. two hispanic women with a handgun in a dark-colored suv. >> we have remained devoted to this case and will not rest until the captor or captors are identified and brought to justice. >> reporter: the shasta county sheriff says they have sensitive information they haven't released to the it's still an open investigation. in los angeles, will carr, fox news. a woman survives a vicious attack by a black bear. it happened in frederick, maryland. karen osborn has a black eye, stitches, broken bones and bite marks all over her body. she survives and is telling an amazing story. she was face-to-face with an angry black bear. the attack happened over a 35-minute span.
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karen felt her phone under her leg and managed to call 911. >> people have said you were so calm and collected. i said no, that was resolve. i knew i was dying. i was bleeding out. i could feel my energy leaving me. >> alcides: wow. the morning after the attack, maryland's department of natural resources tracked down and killed the black bear, but karen is still upset they did not act sooner. she said there were several nuisance calls about all right. with thanksgiving over, holiday light displays are going up all around the country this weekend. one community in wisconsin, the light show isn't just about entertaining but helping people in need. the marshfield rotary club has hosted a winter wonderland at the widewoods zoo since 2006. they have 1 million lights for the event. it helps to raise money and
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fund-raising efforts benefit 29 different food pantry in wisconsin. >> it's important for our girls and children to see that we do this and enjoy this together as a family. you get the family time. also you think about the community and give back. >> alcides: last year the event raised $40,000. this year organizers hope to collect enough donations to keep shelves stocked at pantries around the state until at least july. still ahead on hoping to change bodies and minds. coming up after the break, we're also taking a look at fitnosis and the mother/daughter duo behind the new trend. before we go to break, here's a look at last night's winning lottery numbers. someone in tennessee won the massive powerball jackpot, so we're done. oh, well. the jackpot is $40 million.
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a lot of people struggle to keep the >> alcides: a lot of people struggle to keep their weight loss goals. many fall off the wagon, but a local mother and daughter have come up with a new program they hope will change bodies and minds. >> good. nice, fast beat.
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following instructions carefully. >> you ready? >> and working up a sweat. >> lags one. >> but before they were put through the paces physically, they were motivated mentally. >> you want wonderful, crisp, vegetables. lean protein, fresh fruits. you want to work out hard. >> reporter: this is fitnosis, a program created by trainer madison crosb hype notice ties. >> i have good for weight loss. i've done it for years. >> parker figured her skills as a hypnotist and her daughter's training background is a perfect mix. >> i know she can kick their butt and get them to work out hard and change their bodies while i change their mind. the results are amazing because it's a lifestyle. they're taking a total 180, really working with us to help them get to where they want to
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>> reporter: lindsay riddle says she made a lot of progress since joins the boot camp four months ago. >> since today i lost 28 pounds. >> the idea of hypnosis didn't raise concerns for her? >> my dad did hypnosis with i think quitting cigarettes at one point, so i was open to it. >> take that wonderful relaxed feeling. >> reporter: she said the power of parker's suggestions during hypnosis affected her eating with carbs especially. almost like without realizing it you slowly just are like, i don't want that anymore. >> reporter: another participant recommends fitnosis for anyone with challenges with willpower and motivation. >> i would say go for it, because it's -- we're going to dive deep into the mind and do this. at the end of the day the
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>> wide awake. >> alcides: for more information on the fitnosis program, there's a link at our website, off to a nice start this morning. we have a lot of clear skies behind the cold front that moved through yesterday. a cooler start for these temperatures running in the 50s, the mid-50s and even 40s to the north over downtown tampa 59 degrees. winds are out of the north at 5 miles per hour. lots of clear skies, and what a beautiful start to the
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it's >> alcides: welcome back. it's 6:46. look at the stop stories this half hour. two people are dead after a crash in bartow on saturday morning just 9:30 at ernest boulevard and highway 69 south. police say a passenger van crashed into a car. the two people that died were both passengers in the no names have been released so far. local small businesses cashed in during small business saturday. in st. petersburg 150 artists and vendors came together. a lot of vendors do business online, so they were excited to meet customers face-to-face. by the way, american express reported that last year alone 95 million customers took part in small business saturday,
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sand sculpting pros from around the world are in the keys. it's the third annual international sand art competition. each artist received more than 15,000 pounds of sand to create their masterpieces. get this. no outside elements were allowed. artists could only use sand, water and a few simple hand tools. the event runs through this afternoon. it's incredible what those people a i remember in clearwater they have a similar event, and they come from all over the world. it takes them days to create a masterpiece, and i think about what i'm able to do with my son. it is just so ridiculous. >> nothing close to that, it seems like they fall apart in sections. >> i know. you build it too close to the water, and it falls apart. come on, really? >> this is a safe spot.
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wave. >> darn high tide. >> we never factor in the high tide. we need to look it up. some nice-looking weather because the cold front has pushed to the south and we're going to see some delightful weather today with plenty of sun and low humidity and comfortable temperatures. we have a cool start this morning. sunrise coming up at 7:01. that's just a gorgeous view looking over downtown tampa. starting out cool here in tampa at 59 chase. along the coastline temperatures are warmer because of the influence of the gulf waters. places like st. petersburg, you're at 62. clearwater has a 60 but you can see you move a little inland and places like palm harbor, 54 degrees which is a little bit off of the coastline, pinellas park is 59 degrees and over in sun city center currently at 56 degrees. we have some 40s to the north,
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river at 43 degrees. down to the south venice has 57, along with bradenton and sarasota by the way has a little problem with their gauge there. they haven't reported all night long. maybe you just enjoy the weather and take time off. 52 degrees over in lakeland right now, and you can see some upper 50s once you work over into highlands county. what that cold front can do the past 24 hours, look at that. 9, 13, 11, 8 degrees cooler it was a nice, pleasant start yesterday, and now we've got that cool air in place, which is going to be around for a couple of days here. we have that slow, warming trends and the dew points really show the key to all of this yesterday talking about feeling a little more humid. these numbers climb into the 60s, and now we're into the 40s and 50s. that's why it feels so much more comfortable outside, and front is just to the south and it will continue to move away clearing out the skies.
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country, so lots of klee skies. already starting to see more clouds working their way in, so eventually we look for the next cold front to head our way the middle of the week, and that's going to bring those rain chances up wednesday night heading into friday. for today mostly sunny skies and lower humidity and daytime high about 78 degrees. for tonight mainly clear skies and overnight low of 63. another nice-looking day for tomorrow, and scattered clouds a little warmer but still with the daytime high of 80 degrees. on the water winds are out the northeast at 10 knots and seas 2 to 3 feet and moderate chop on the bay. high tide comes up this afternoon at 1:50. that seven-day forecast is looking nice. first part of the week just delightful weather and the rain chances work they're way in. we need the rain. we only had 0.01 of an inch of rain this month. a 40% chance into thursday. >> alcides: thank you. with thanksgiving in the books, it's time to look ahead to the
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online shoppers rejoice. tomorrow is cyber monday. fox news jackie ibanez has these stories and more in "the week ahead." >> reporter: sunday mark the start of advent. it begins on the fourth sunday before christmas, and it originates from the latin word for coming. for christians this period of time is about preparing for the celebration of jesus' birth at christmas. monday if you look to get a jump start on holiday shopping, rejoice! it's regarded at the biggest online shopping day of the year, those that stayed in on black friday have the opportunity to find great deals and promotions from major retailers across the nation all from the comfort of their own home. stars such as best buy and walmart have started their cyber monday discounts on websites. on thursday it's world aids day. this year's team is leadership team impact.
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awareness and allow further research to eliminate the disease. that's a look at the week ahead. i'm jackie ibanez, fox news. >> alcides: with thanksgiving in the rear-view mirror, all eyes are looking ahead towards christmas. we show you how some p ? think of your fellow man. ? ? lend him a helping hand. ? ? take a good look around... ? ? ...and if you're lookin' down, ? ? put a little love in your heart. ? ?put a little love in your heart.? ? in your heart. ? (avo) the subaru share the love event is happening now and will have given ninety million dollars
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it's beginning to look a lot like christmas in washington d-c... at least at the >> alcides: it's beginning to look a lot like christmas in washington, d.c. at the national zoo. they put on a very unique holiday lights display called zoo lights. millions of lights adorn every part of the zoo, some even more. in brussels they get into the holiday spirit in an odd way. a group of people want to get close to santa and experience what he experiences. so they took to the they sat around a sleigh-shaped table and hoisted into the sky by a giant crane to have dinner. they dined while up in the sky. this was not cheap, by the way. 250 bucks a person. they say they now know what it feels like to be santa. one of the issues being in the sky so high is all that cold air. the chef said it was tough to cook while coping with the
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about timing. we have much more ahead, including the latest on a deadly crash involving a tow truck driver. we look at florida's move-over law and what should drivers do when they see the flashes lights on the side of the road. firefighters call this a
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twice in two months, a tow truck d >> alcides: twice in two months a tow truck driver is hit and killed on a local highway. the lates more piem in miami still celebrate in the streets. we have raeeactions from around the world. today is one of the busiest travel days of the year. find out when you should avoid hitting the road. from tampa bay's number one news station, this is "good day tampa bay." >> alcides: good morning, and welcome to "good day tampa bay." i'm alcides segui. thank you so much for joining us. we'll get to the stories in a


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