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thanks, shayla. a man shot after threatening officers in polk county has died. this is an update to a story we've been following for much of the week. during a traffic stop wednesday, officers say they were forced to fire on francis perry after he threatened them. no officers were hurt in the altercation. and this wasn't perry's first brush with the law. take a look
with a weapons charge at age ?11. he called himself "freddy james".. and portrayed himself as a "buyer" to people selling stuff online. but deputies say the name was fake-- and he's really a thief.. and a murderer. his real name is victor manns... yesterday morning polk county deputies took him into custody. detectives say manns was using the online site 'let go' to meet his victims. he had already robbed 2 victims-- one at gun point. just days later... the robbery scheme turned deadly. jeffrey morrow tried to defend himself with a shot gun... but manns fired his own gun-- killing morrow. deputies say the owners of "let go" provided them information... which led them to manns. he's now facing first degree murder charges. this next story will leave you shaking your head... a driver took off... after hitting a 9 year-old girl who was skateboarding to school. 10-year-old takalya pierce was riding to tarpon springs elementary wednesday morning... when she was struck by a car in the school
says a man in a white mercedes paused at the stop sign... so she thought it was safe to cross. the next thing she knew...the car had slammed into her small body. pictures from her mother show cuts to her face and arms... and a swollen foot. the driver got out and asked if she was ok.. when she said yes... he took her word for it-- then drove off without calling for help. when takayla told the school what happened... they gave her a bag of ice-- but didn't call police mother's phone... saying she was in the nurses office-- but made no mention of a car accident... something takayla's mother says is unacceptable. the pinellas county school district told us despite being steps away from school..the child was not on school grounds. so calling police would be her parent's decision.. takayla's mom has filed a report... and police are now searching for that driver. he's described as a blonde, white male driving a white mercedes. a puppy is recovering at
county... after he suffered third-degree burns to his body. this is just heartbreaking. the puppy.. is just 5 weeks old.. an ocala farm worker found him and other pups... and brought him to the humane society tuesday -- where they named him and bandaged him up. they're not exactly sure what happened... but they do ?not think someone burned him on purpose. they're referring to hurricane hermine.. which of course lashed the state with heavy rain and wind.. keegan needs multiple surgeries. they think he will be healthy enough to be months. by now you've probably seen this video... of a woman burning - what she thought was her ex-boyfriends car in clearwater... it wasn't! that video has gone viral... and this morning we're learning more about the woman involved. 19-year-old carmen chamblee was arrested days after police released this video. officials say she was upset because she thought her ex-boyfriend owed her a hundred bucks. carmen went looking for him... but instead
thought belonged to him. the fire destroyed the car... which actually belongs to thomas jennings. he says he doesn't know carmen at all. but when police showed up... his day went from bad to worse. it turns out jennings had a warrant out for his arrest... so he was taken to jail. carmen is also behind bars this morning... charged with second degree arson. the f-b-i is looking for a man who robbed a south florida bank.. but in a strange twist... a man watching the news recognized the shirt the robber was wearing as ?his... that shirt had been stolen.. in a home invasion! c-j evans says the man burst into his fort lauderdale home monday... stealing his shirts... cell phone.... laptop and cash. the man wasn't wearing a shirt when he broke in.. when the f-b-i released the picture of the bank of america robbery.... evans immediately recognized
robber can keep the shirt... however... he wants the rest of his stuff back. after a 24-hour delay... miami officials have started spraying controversial chemicals over the area-- in hopes of keeping mosquitoes in check. officials decided to use "naled"... which has been proven to kill mosquitoes that carry the zika virus. but some people are worried about other side effects. governor scott mandated the aerial spraying after locally- transmitted zika cases popped up in the area. the spraying will continue for the next time for a happy story to start your morning off the right way.. this morning's good day good deed is from the pasco sheriff's office. deputies responded to a neighborhood dispute on wednesday night... but once that was resolved it was all fun and games. some kids walked over to say hi to the deputies... and started an impromptu game of basketball. sometimes you just need to take a moment to relax and
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it's fashion week in new york city right now... and while many are focusing on the clothes, shoes and makeup-- one girl has a special message. that's right-- a 19-year-old acid attack survivor walked the runway... and she wants to bring attention to her organization "make love not scars". the teen... who's from mumbai, india was attacked by her brother-in-law. he and his friends pinned her down and threw acid on her face-- brutally disfiguring her. it was all out of revenge over a is now working to end the open sale of acid in india... where up to a 1thousand people are attacked each year. the multi-billion dollar company apache is planning to expand its drilling operation in texas. they're calling this oil discovery "alpine high". some residents are fighting to keep "the san solomon springs" free of drilling... to preserve the natural resource in the area. but they didn't get enough signatures to keep the oil company out. apache plans
drilling locations in west texas.. they're expected to produce at least 3-billion barrels of oil. and speaking of oil... north dakota's governor called in the national guard to deal with environmental protesters who are opposed to a crude oil pipeline project. this ... as a federal judge gets ready to rule on whether construction on the project can continue. fox's patricia stark has more from
portland is cracking down on drivers with obscene amounts of unpaid parking tickets. they're putting boots on cars with more than 500-dollars in unpaid fines. one of the first cars subjected to the new policy.... was this 20-14 ford mustang. the driver has a whopping 16- thousand dollars in outstanding fines. the fancy car with the yellow boot and stickers plastered on the windows has become a minor attraction... as many questioned how someone could let the violations rack up so much. meanwhile... this asian elephant has a new boot-- or boots rather. the 41-year-old elephant... who lives at the smithsonian national zoo in d-c.. is dealing with arthritis pain. so the zoo partnered with a company to make boots for the animal. they'll help with the pain... and help the
no closed captioning is available for traffic. ((jen/ imagine riding over the italian alps... breeze in your hair-- and then your cable car stops... and your stuck thousands of feet in the air! ((walter/ how rescue crews are still working to save people dangling over a mountain range-- hours after they became stranded. (walter/ plus... a
america's biggest banks... the illegal activity going on in wells fargo branches across the country that cost customers millions of dollars... and thousands of employees their jobs. but first, here's a look at last night's winning lottery numbers... tonight's mega millions jackpot is worth 111 million dollars. and this weekend's powerball jackpot is up to 205 million dollars. good luck... and good day is back in less than two minutes. golden outside or fluffy inside. deep pockets or delicious ridges. tasty egg or savory bacon. experience dunkin's new belgian waffle breakfast sandwich. it's not this or that. it's all of it.
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more than 2-million accounts and credit cards for customers -- without their permission -- to boost sales figures and get bonuses. and some of those customers had to pay fees and interest -- on those accounts they didn't even know they had! here's how it worked:say staff used money in customers' accounts.. to open ?new accounts without the customers' knowledge. in some cases... employees even made fake e-mail addresses and pin numbers. this led to some customers being charged overdraft fees -- because money account to cover expenses! our fox 13 consumer reporter.."sorboni banerjee".. says while this case is shocking... it's also a reminder: banks... are in the
wells fargo released a statement yesterday saying: "we regret and take responsibility for any instances where customers may have received a product that they did not request." the bank says it has fired more than 5-thousand employees for the government ordered wells fargo to pay 185-million dollars in fines... and 5- million in restitution to customers who were affected. keep in mind... wells fargo is worth more than 250-billion dollars. a woman drops her toodler off at daycare... only to rush back and find him covered in ?bite marks! why an employee was arrested... and what officials are doing to make sure it won't happen again.
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their 3 children. the couple... who have a 24-year age gap between them.. divorced back in 20-11. deputies say leahy had her bags packed and passport ready when they picked her up yesterday afternoon. a manatee county day care is under investigation... and one of its employees... under arrest... back in august... "amanda beebe" picked up her one-year-old son from "j's bright learners" daycare... and found him like this: close to a dozen bite marks on his face.. back.. and arms. he had been bitten by another daycare worker "caci burke" was arrested and charged with neglect. deputies say she put the kids down for a nap... and left the room. j's "bright learners" daycare has been under investigation before. south korea is on high alert... after north korea claims they conducted their fifth nuclear warhead test. officials detected "artificial seismic waves"
a sign of a nuclear test. it's potentially the most powerful nuclear test north korea has conducted since 2006. this is all part of the communist country's push for a nuclear-armed missile.. which north korean officials say could one day reach the u-s mainland. a terrifying experience for passengers aboard a group of cable cars making their way through the italian alps. the cars stopped working at a high altitude... trapping more than a hundred people in the air. a massive rescue operation 65 people were rescued... but the search effort had to be suspended overnight beause of rough flight conditions. they'll continue rescues this morning. officials say a technical issue caused the problem. pasco county has lifted mandatory flood evacuations. that's allowing some people to return home... a week after hurricane hermine made landfall in florida. and in many cases... they're returning to mucky water and debris inside.
here in bass lake. the area was one point under a mandatory evacuation... but many people still chose to stay in their homes. that's not the case in new port richey.... neighbors are finally returning home... only to find a mess below the water line. wednesday... the county announced almost 90 million dollars in damage. they hope to qualify for federal aid--but it could take weeks to find out. although ?tampa stayed relatively dry during hermine... one thing the city did not escape... is ?potholes! they always get worse officials did point out this bit of a silver lining. the city says it has repaired fewer than 30 potholes a day since hermine. after last summer's storms... the city had to fix nearly 70 potholes per day. the city says this time around, the repairs won't cost taxpayers anything extra. first you couldn't leave them in your car... now you can't take them on a plane-- at least while they're powered on. we told you yesterday
the owners aren't found... several officers have hinted at adding the little guy to their own families. the n-f-l season is officially underway! how it kicked off with a rematch so exciting--- it didn't even need peyton manning on the field. that and more is coming up in morning sports. backing up... some needy families. a man who is ?carrying on, his mothers amazing introduce you to that hometown hero... when we come back.
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((jen)) there's much more to come on good day.((walter)) let's turn it over to russell and laura - to find out what's ahead in our 6 o'clock hour. a man calls for help, when his plastic cup isn't enough to keep the gulf of mexico from filling up his boat. we have new video of the rescue. and it's hard to imagine, but an entire generation of american school- children have grown up ?after 9-11.. this morning we're hearing how the attack, and the years after, have shaped their lives, and their future goals. and this is why there are signs to remind people to keep doors clos a sheriff's office gets an unexpected visitor in this hot clock. ((dave)) ((dave)) in this hot clock.unexpected visitor office gets an a sheriff's at night ...keep doors closed remind people to there are signs to and this is why goals.and their future shaped their lives, and their future goals. and this is why there are signs to remind people to keep doors closed at night ... a sheriff's office gets an unexpected visitor in this hot clock. ((dave)) it is 5:??: time now to find out what's happening on the roads - with our
new this >>russell: new this morning, str stranded with just a plastic cup to keep the gulf from flooding his boat. the coast guard answers the call for help. >>laura: and miami beach carries out a controversial mosquito control. >>russell: and nasa embarks on a daring, seven-year mission. the picture perfect launch with a four billion mile journey. >>dave: that was a cool launch. it really, really was.
international. down one degree from last hour. 78 in sar society a. you may be thinking to yourself, dave, seems a little warmer this morning than it was yesterday. indeed, you are right. three to five degrees warmer around the area for the most part. we're not going to tack three degrees onto the afternoon highs but it will feel stuffier this morning than yesterday. i think we go back to 93 today. with the drier air aloft, we'll continue to hold today's rain chances to around vanessa? >>vanessa: thanks. right now it's super quiet drive. not a lot of cars on the roadway and we don't have any crashes. we don't have a video stream, either. here we go. this is a live look at macintosh road. it is picking up a little bit but shouldn't have any concerns heading out the door right now. eastbound to branch forbes, ideal eight minute drive for you here. if you're hitting 75 southbound, seven minutes the estimated drive right now.