tv News Ch8 Weekend Morning NBC November 5, 2016 6:00am-6:59am EDT
good morning an thank you for joining us. we have a cold front sliding through the area this morning and that's really the focus for today. 69 degrees right now, not bad over downtown tampa, partly cloudy skies. we have had just a couple out of showers throughout the night. 66 temple terrace this morning, cooler air starting to work in. and the winds right now not too
little bit higher for portions of pinellas county. we have had a few sprinkles sliding through area but not much out there. this morning 67 degrees, partly cloudy, and mostly sunny this afternoon and breezy, gusting over 20 miles an hour but temperatures are still in the low 80s. long-term, really more of the same in the forecast. it's a busy time as the race for the white house enters its final days. with three days to election day, candidates are fighting. donald trump will be in pennsylvania today and tomorrow governor pence will be in
will campaign for hillary clinton in kissimmee. trump will be back in the bay area monday for a rally in sarasota. in the last crucial days, donald trump is turning his attention to tampa bay this morning ts >> reporter: there's a line of cars as far as you can see. when we got here, there was already a car waiting to get in. this will be another busy day for donald trump, hoping to energize even more voters. yesterday he was in pennsylvania and stuck to attacking hillary clinton.
about obamacare, government corruption, media that favors clinton, and the foreign policy designed as clinton was secretary of state. he was in tampa two weeks ago and thousands showed up for that event. they just opened the gates so people here are about to start this morning. >> those rallies have a lot of energy for sure. thank you. the clinton campaign is focusing on ohio, pennsylvania, north carolina and florida. clinton will be in pembroke pines this morning. last night she enlisted star
>> i want my daughter to grow up with no limitations, she can grow up whatever she wants to be in the world. >> jay z putting support behind clinton. cher will hold an event for clinton tomorrow. and tim kaine referred to florida as the check state, highlighting the importance of florida in the election. he'll attend a concert in st. petersburg tonight with bon jovi. hillsboro county has has more early voters than the last election, 364,000 voted already.
sites open in just a couple of hours. if you don't vote by tomorrow, you'll have to cast your ballot on election day. tomorrow we'll have a one-hour special and go over the big races impacting the big area. that special episode airs tomorrow morning at 9:00 m. election headquarters on election day. we'll be with you all day and you can also check wfla.com or the latest, or follow us on social media. . a hit-and-run suspect knew he was involved in a crash but
teenagers being accused of bringing a loaded gun to bloomingdale high school. the school received a tip that the 17-year-old had a loaded gun in his backpack. he is a north florida woman made up a story claiming she'd been raped. last year tonya white said she was assaulted in a neighborhood and officials now believe she is lying. >> i have no comment. i can't believe they're pressing charges against me because i was attacked. >> so you didn't lie?
did lie. >> i didn't lie. >> so you standby your story? >> i do. that's all i have to say. officials say ial langford died at the hospital yesterday morning. as trump tries to america great again, some want to maked kind again. and how sergeants were doing their job when a man shot him down. om scams, and unsafe solar installations. safe solar for the sunshine state. vote yes on amendment 1.
for someone else's solar. to stop unfair subsidies, vote yes on amendment 1. . this morning one nypd sergeant is dead after a shootout with a home invasion suspect in the bronx. officers roseless, who opened fire on them. the 19-year-old veteran on the force passed away at the hospital and another officer is stable at the hospital. the gunman is dead. a terrifying day at rutgers university. a former student is accused in a double stabbing at the business school. a student and staff member are being treated at the hospital along with the suspect. the campus was on lockdown but is now open.
away and for many it couldn't get here soon enough. one woman from california wants to spread her own message. . >> reporter: election season may be coming to an end, but a new campaign sign is sending a strong message. make america kind again. >> so much turmoil, and this can be supported by everybody. to change the tone of the political conversation. >> you have so many people saying, i'm voting for so-and- so because it's the lesser of two evils. it's for everybody. it's been next to trump, been next to be clinton. i just want to represent kindness. i don't care about politicians.
started selling the signs on her etsy page and she's already sold almost 300. >> it's gained so much more traction than i thought, to be honest. >> reporter: it's been a welcome boost. >> with my husband being the sole provider, it's nice to help a little bit. >> reporter: and she hopes people remember this ahead of and believing in something. if you have to believe in kindness over politics, so be it. >> can you tell us who you're voting for? >> i cannot say that. i want to remain neutral. >> something we can all get behind. it was time to shine for one football player. coming up, one high school athlete with autism had a
on the sideline as the griswold team manager. >> we've got to drive right through coverages and tear the defense apart. >> reporter: but he'll play at the next game on monday. >> we told him on saturday, and he came to school on sunday and practiced all by himself. >> i went to church, thanked to good lord fo and guiding from the coaches. >> he was autistic, nonverbal for several years. >> reporter: monday under the lights came. >> i had a little stomach butterflies. >> reporter: the team just scored. >> then after that, the moment. >> reporter: he actually wrote
>> reporter: even saying his first attempt was blocked but the second try? >> never looked back. >> reporter: mom says it gave him more. >> i think it gave him a sense of belonging. he always wanted to be one of the kids. >> i want to play tomorrow so bad. >> reporter: and he doesn't mind waiting at all. >> i'm always ready when my this morning we have a cold front sliding through the area. that's the story this morning. won't see too many changes behind it, certainly with the temperatures, but the winds will start picking up. you'll notice that around mid- morning today. dry today and for the next couple of days, no surprise with november being the driest month of the year. starting next week, we are expecting a stronger cold front
colder shot. at 8:00 this morning, the sun is already up, 67 degrees to get you started. by midday, the clouds will scour out a bit, staying breezy and temps still above normal, topping out at 82 for today. it will be hard for us to tell we have a frontal boundary sliding through. there's a lot of dry air ahead of it and behind it. there are some showers. we had a few drops in our area so you may notice a few drops on the windshield this morning. there's the front sagging off to the south. colder air working in, 57 in jacksonville, 69 in tampa, still fairly mild. but the core of that cool air is way off to the north and looks like that is where it's going to stay here.
across the state, wind still fairly light. as we go through the day, those gusts will come out of the northeast around 15 to 20 and those could approach 25 at times. that's going to cause choppy waters in your forecast. 65 degrees for the college game today, florida state taking on nc state in a chilly today, see if they can get a win with a few showers nearby. the clocks go back tonight. we fall back an hour. of course election day is tuesday, 83. no reason not to get to the polls. >> we only need one more hour in this election season, right in. >> just to hang onto your frustration. coming up, we have the
. good morning. we had bitter rivals that maybe haven't played always a competitive game. there have been legendary close ones over the years. tampa catholic in 16 years has not been jesuit. can they finally knock off the tigers in our game of the week? >> reporter: the jesuit tigers come into this game of the week matc game. to the highlights we go. the tampa catholic crusaders thought it was a good idea to make fun of the jesuit tigers mascot. daniel boone down to harris,
inside the red zone, davis drawn to the red zone for his 23rd touchdown of the season. now it's 14-0 tigers but it's senior night for the crusaders. a few minutes it turns up, 67 yards, no one going to catch him. then the crusaders get cute when the quarterback from the gun with the keeper, and the crusaders recover the fumble. a couple of plays later they
stay undefeated at 9-0. >> 17 and counting. next up, berkeley at steinbrenner. bucs head coach in attendance to watch his son, and the young bucs light up the scoreboard field, looking like humphries in that number 11. and interception by zach mathis takes advantage, and making plays on both ends of the field. 14-0 after one.
score, ends up 35-10. >> the mustangs hosting desoto county bulldogs. look at this, that's ruled a catch. >> incomplete. >> johnson can't believe it. it ends with this, easy little pass, costly missed call washington almost untouched, 74 yards. refs get that one right. point after is good. later third and goal for the mustangs. 13-7 lakewood at that point, and they win 26-10. >> two more weeks of friday night blitz. >> playoffs starting next week.
>> absolutely. have a great saturday, everyone. coming up, one presidential candidate rallying in tampa this morning. janet jones is there to bring you the latest live, next on newschannel 8. putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home
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downtown tampa before the sun comes up this morning. thank you for joining us this morning. the fight for florida is on. hillary clinton is in broward county today and thousands are expected at a donald trump rally this morning in tampa. in a moment we'll go live to the fairgrounds where supporters are already lining up. and a hit-and-run suspect appeared in court for killing a woman and injuring 71-year-old charlie lewis admitted to investigators that he drank four beers at a party before driving. a pasco county teenager is behind bars, accused of breaking into the home of gerald mccoy. mccoy's father came face to face with the intruder and there was a scuffle before the teen took off. time now 6:31.
weather? >> you know, we actually have a cold front. it's not going to change our weather much. we had a high of 87. won't be that warm today but still slightly above average. it's mild out there this morning, 65 for brooksville, 66 lakeland and for brandon. a little cooler to the north, 61 in crystal river and 57 in jacksonville this morning. we have some showers on the east have had a couple springs overnight. we have some breezy winds starting to set up shop across the area and we'll get gusty through the day today. we have a small craft advisory in effect. as mentioned, temperatures are slightly above average, topping off at 82 degrees. overnight fairly seasonal as the clocks go back one hour
weekend forecast coming up in a bit. busy day on the campaign trail. the fight for florida continues. both candidates are back in the state today. hillary clinton is in broward county and donald trump is in the bay area. doors at the fairgrounds opened just within the last few minutes and that's where we find jana. >> reporter: absolutely. election and it's a busy time for both candidates. especially for donald trump today, you can see hundreds of supporters are here this morning bright and early, ready to rally for donald trump. i'll let you get a look at them real quick. you can hear them, really excited this morning.
to make america great again, and that's why these people are out here this morning. donald trump is doing one thing differently than hillary clinton is doing. he says he does not need celebrities to fill his arenas to get people to rally for him. i'll show you some video from yesterday. hillary clinton was campaigning in cleveland and had jay z and beyonce there with her. today she's in st. pe bon jovi and monday she'll have jimmy buffett. in trump's new ad, he says voters are the only ones strong enough to save the country. check out this awesome dress this morning. tell us, why are you here this morning and why did you come out so early?
corruption in d.c. and make america great again. we can only do that with trump in the white house. go donald trump! drain the swamp? get her out, put her in jail. she needs to go. we need trump in the white house to make america great again. >> reporter: thank you. and a lot in the next three days. according to a new poll, clinton leads the state by one point. >> thank you very much. and hillary clinton enlisted star power to stir up excitement in the swing state of ohio. this is the first time beyonce
behalf. >> we have the opportunity to create more change. . >> reporter: clinton is scheduled to attend a rally in broward county today. president obama will campaign for her in kissimmee tomorrow. and tim kaine talked about the power of millennial d as the check mate state, highlighting the importance of florida in the election. tonight he'll attend a bon jovi get out the vote concert. hillsborough county has already had more early voters than the last presidential election. 364,000 votes have been cast as of this morning.
more than 283,000 votes have been cast in pinellas county, nearly 131,000 taking advantage of early voting in pasco county. early voting ends tomorrow. if you don't vet by then, you have to cast a ball will the of election day. tomorrow we'll have a one hour special to go over the big racing impacting the big area. a special episode of your vote counts, 9:00 a.m. and for election day coverage stay with us. we'll be leading the coverage and you can check out wfla.com and our app for the latest. follow us on social media using #wflapolitics. . yesterday clearwater's sighting is the fourth time in
been spotted. he's been seen taking a stroll, making his way down a tree or just walking down the street. officers can't seem to catch him. >> may not be today or tomorrow, but we'll get him. >> experts say they believe they'll see him next by the clearwater mall. if you see him, call wildlife rescue. it is old scam. one pinellas county woman is targeting elderly victims. deputies say the schemer lies about the new chip cards and trusting seniors. it starts with a phone call and this woman showed up at three victims' homes and collected
debit card and pin number, it's off to the races. >> the sad thing, they believe they are protecting themselves by giving this woman their pin and card. if you know who this is, contact the pinellas county sheriff's office. homeowners, renters and business owners in manatee county can now apply for federal disaster assistance. the deadline is november accused of beating his grandmother to death over beer appeared in court. evidence of a fight left behind at this jacksonville home, authorities report dillon ramen killed his grandmother. >> there was blood all over the floor, everywhere.
her head, house was trashed, holes in the wall and all that. >> she died eight days later. he is facing murder charges and is being held without bond pending arraignment. the ferry made its first trip from st. petersburg to tampa at 5:15 last night. we're told the trip was nearly sold out. tickets are $10 you can buy them online. some friends posted pictures on that. looked like a great way to spend a friday evening, especially this time of year. >> night. it's probably sold out for most trips back and forth. >> great way to spend your friday evening. >> waters may be a little
we have another recall involving samsung but not the galaxy note phones. instead this involves nearly 3 million top loading washing machines that can explode while in use. federal investigators say there have been nine injuries d >> reporter: the photos and videos show extreme damage. >> very loud and very violent. >> reporter: new samsung washing machines tearing themselves apart during the wash. >> thank god there was nobody in the room. it probably could have killed somebody. >> reporter: in pennsylvania, one couple loaded their washer with sheets. >> sounded like the roof was
part completely on the floor, blown off. >> reporter: the machine was shredded, parts scattered on the floor. >> the top, the lid. the barrel completely came off its hinges. it was like a bomb went off inside the machine. >> reporter: after 733 compliants, 9 injuries woman with a broken jaw. >> i'm concerned somebody is going to be near one of machines when the top blows off and they're going to get killed by it. >> it's that serious? >> it could be, yes. >> reporter: the 34 models were sold from march 2011 to now. find the model and serial number on the back of the washer then enter it at
new one. until then, owners are encouraged to only use the delicate cycle. this is typically our dry season, so no surprise. we have not had much rain, already running a deficit about two tenths of an inch. overall, we are above average and a couple tropical systems. eventually we'll get into the better rain chances but notes to do. we have a cold front sliding through, only a few sprinkles. this morning partly cloudy, still can't rule out the chance of showers this morning, 77 by noon with a mix of clouds abdomen sunshine. we'll have breezy conditions
brooksville. also reporting 63 degrees this morning. winds still fairly light, and as we go through the day, breezes will start picking up. sustained winds 10 to 15 miles an hour with occasional gusts over 20, and over the bay we could have fairly decent winds. we have a small craft advisory if you're planning on take to go boat out later today. that frontal boundary is pushing to the south, high pressure stay giving us mainly dry air. we have some showers rolling in from the east coast but a lot of this will have a hard time surviving the trek. partly sunny skies as we go into next week. this weekend not bad, low 80s coming our way. still blow below average and we'll stay there. as the polls open, open to
weather wise. so the weather shouldn't give you and excuse not to get out and go vote. better rain chances by the end of next week and into the next weekend. >> have an extra hour to watch political ads and think about your decision. >> can't wait. coming up, one company is switching things up. how you can construct a building that doesn't exist, comi ght way. amendment 1 protects consumers from scams, and unsafe solar installations. safe solar for the sunshine state. vote yes on amendment 1.
why are out-of-state billionaires attacking amendment 1? because amendment 1... stops. their. subsidies. with amendment 1, you don't pay for someone else's solar. to stop unfair subsidies, vote yes on amendment 1. . welcome back. technology is expanding to an industry you may not expect. >> reporter: walking through the front doors of a building that doesn't exist yet, made possible through the eyes of virtual reality. >> it is truly like being in a
estate world. >> reporter: it's all part of the process now. immersive models, replacing confusing blueprints and mock- ups. >> we use it to help expedite the schedule and ultimately saving costs. >> reporter: and they get specific feedback and see any changes in realtime. >> we deliver a set of goggles. they put those on. we pull up it. >> reporter: disposable attachments could even send it to a smartphone. right now it's used main already for commercial space but experts see wider use if real estate. >> we are hoping to get to the next level with google earth.
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>> a physician studies alternative medicine in doctor strange. benedict cumberbatch is a doctor recovering from a car crash and he'll need other worldly skills to save our existence from annihilation. doctor strange is rated pg-13. >> i'm, sergeant. i can't touch a gun. >> reporter: this war story casts andrew first unarmed man to save the medal of honor. >> solid burn. >> and a kid gets trolled in trolls. this animation shows troll
trolls is rated pg. and in loving, this film is based on the story of a couple married but the bonds are deemed illegal in the 60s and the family spends the better part of a decade just trying to stay together. it's the final push before election day and things are coming up, one candidate rallying in florida. more coming up on newschannel
y25egy y16fy . good morning and thank you for joining us. we have a look at the weather to start, ed. >> good morning. it is 7:00 and still we have about a half hour, 40 minutes away from the sunrise this morning. but we are expecting a few clouds to get us started this morning. all in all not a bad shot from downtown tampa, temperature now down to 68 degrees and still relatively mild this morning. the wind are steady, right now out of the north northeast around 8 miles an hour.