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((russell a heartbroken superintendent.. with an important message for parents.. tell your kids a hard hart broken up the is an important message for parents till 84 kids not to make fake threats it puts their future in jeopardy. gore, bush and hanging chads. it couldn't happen again, could it? coming up what would happen if this year's election is disputed. from tampa bay's number one news tampa bay. hey everybody it's 8 o'clck i'm russell rhodes. i'm laura moody. good morning. we thank you for waking up with us. it's thursday, november 3rd and a busy morning on roads. we will get straight to vanessa with look at traffic p.m. >> good morning guys unfortunatelies it seems like a roads exploded. we have a few nts we want to catch you up to speed with fur afollowing the last hour just joining earlier screen shot of shout bound memorial highway in area of airport.
that is clear unfortunately it will still being alleges bilth longer until delays are clear. right now taking about 45 minutes to get from top to the bottom. so delay haves actually grown since last time we checked in here. so plan extra time or avoid the area. pinellas county drivers, delays also growing here. northbound on 275. and this earlier crash north of 54th avenue north has moved to shoulder. >> you want to plan extra time ear better yet not lot of time to minutes by taking northbound u.s. 19 instead of 275. out of sarasota bayfront drive shut down that's u.s. 41 at sell bee gardens following a crash police avoid and good news here we have an update on state root 62nd in lake wales area two miles east of highway 630. we had full shut down after semi-involved crash. those lanes are now clear. dave. >> vanessa,8:01 mild nice mild start or temperatures this morning really upper 60s along the immediate coastline.
this is what it will look like during afternoon hours. just like yesterday. with those clouds and, just a quick little chance of a sprinkle here or there. 70s st. petersburg. sarasota, venice 69 in tampa. mid to upper 60s inland. with clouds and sunshine, likely get back into mid 80s for high temperatures today. >> well we are now 5 delays to election day. and when you head to the policies there's a chance one of most controversial amendments will no longer be solar advocates get their way florida strourd agreed to consider removing amendment 1 from the ballot altogether. it seeks to change state constitution to say that consumers should not sub dies solar growth. solar ad voektsdz say purposely written to be tricky misleading a leading proponent was recorded saying the measure was written to a. pro solar. but it could actually end up restricting solar growth in
that recording was leaked to two newspapers. but as spokeswoman for a utility funded group supporting amendment calls the legal challenge political grand standing. she argues that the amendment will protect consumers in the end. sko what about those ballots that have already been cast? those could be affected too. a second suit was filed asking the court to order florida secretary of state to embargo the counting of the votes until the court makes a final ruling. >> and if you're wondering how it may get play a florida review all ballots initiatives and not misleading. >> back in march the supreme court justice ruled that it was fine. by a veet of 4-3 one judge that does not degree wrote a strongly worded dissent saying the ballot language is a wolf in sheeping clothing. we will keep you posted republican party of florida claims broward county isil legally opening tens of thousands of mail-in ballots and
not happen. new this morning the letter sent to elections supervisor brenda snipes says the party was told that people are opening the ballots without permission. but snipes says her office is following the rules that they have done nothing wrong. even still, hours after receiving letter yesterday miami herald reports that snipes made ad compromise with gop party which florida to avoid any more accusations that this year's election is rigged. . and as republican party at least as far as the president is concerned has clawed its way back into race here in florida. in two new polls it shows they are pretty much tied with hillary clinton having slight lead. but trump says he is more convinced than ever that he is going to win the white house. >> but hillary clinton is not letting anything slip away. she's aggress illinois trying to counter the late surge from trump. and she's working hard to win the women's vote trying to mobilize women against trump.
republican that is starting to lean blue hoping to flip it back. but trump is slowly creeping up in it is in the polls just five days left in election both candidates need to work really hard to get voters' confidence. 29 electoral votes are up for grabs in here in can. donald trump is in jacksonville, that's on top of his two campaigning events yesterday. president obama is going to be in jacksonville too. and miami today to campaign for hillary. she's spent already. >> hillary clinton email controversy is costing her in the policies are showing that. but now the attention is starting to turn to the f.b.i. and their timing on announcing the investigation. and new this morning we've learned the feds knew about emails week before director comey notified congress. senior f.b.i. official told washington post that comey was told about the emails before the formal briefing last week. comey didn't say anything to congress earlier because officials wanted more information before launching an
and comey is facing backlash for publicizing the investigation so close to election when there is so little known about what they were looking for. >> comey says he has had enough information to go to congress to get the warrant. >> president obama is one person who has been quiet about the cover until now. he addressed the f.b.i.'s response to the reopened investigation into hillary clinton's email practices. saying there is still no evidence that she broke the law. the president says he does not medal with their jobs and investigation just as he did the last time. saying the f.b.i. does not open investigations on innuendo or incomplete information. 8::0 eight right now make school threats is crime doing it can get you arrests. students just are not listening. this morning a 15-year-old pasco student did not listen and now under arrest for doing that. shayla is live at the ridge wood high school. this is at least the seventh this year in this county alone. and shayla the superintendent
>> you're absolutely right, russell. something we continue to see over and over again. the consequences for students are real. making threats to shoot up schools it's a felony crime now in florida. and the same thing. t keeps happening over and over again. i want to tell but what happened here ridge wood high school. according to deputies a 15-year-old student was arrested he was students other students not come to ridge wood high school because i planned to shoot up the school. staff member verified the threat. authorities arrested teen pasco county school superintendent cutter browning issued a statement on arrest saying it breaks my heart that 15-year-old student's future is in jeopardy because he made a false threat to shoot up his school, especially after wide did publicized the new terroristic threats law and pleaded with parents to talk to their kids
once again ask all parents to make it clear. this is not okay to joke about school shootings such threats are not a laughing matter and neither are their legal consequences. now the new terroristic threat law took effect on october the first. and it really string strengthens penalties out there for making threats to shoot up schools. it now it's a second degree felony here in florida. that means you're looking at up to fitch years to $10,000 fine. so, this is something that comes with very serious consequences. just last montana we can tell you there were a couple of cases right here in pasco county in which middle school students were arrested for threatening messages uncovered by law enforcement of school officials. the youngest in that case 12 years old. so of course they will continue to follow this and keep you posted as we learn anything further. we know ahead of that
pasco county sheriff's deputies, pasco county sheriff as well superintendent browning. they've had videos they've had requested for parents to make sure they speak with their children and explain seriousliness this but still again pasco county officials say they are dealing with these kinds of cases. all right back to you. >> all right shayla, thank you. >> it's over. and the cubs have all. >> and with that life changed for the cubs. cubs fans across the world. universe. after 108 years the curse of the goat ends. it only too ten inthing three through in rain delay for fun. but at the did it in end. cubs led throughout entire game indians does not make it easy at all. tying it in the 8th forcing it to go to tenth. in end they just could not pull
curse they make history. and it's something a lot of cubs fans never thought they would be able to see in their lifetime. former rays manager current cubs manager said all hard work team has doing final paid off they could not do it without key former rays player. we will live report from alcides segui coming up on that. that's in the next half hour. there are hidden gems in amalie arena that everyone can get to. you just have to know where they e. this morning one tank trip. hey walter. hey good morning there guys. you know why are you standing in hallway? that's okay. we will just peek through the window down at the garden. they have their own garden. we'll tell you where all food goes in a little bit. speaking of food, let's go to charley belcher at the st. pete wine and food festival. you should have heard christina yell at me to make sure i got it
broadcasting school. not broadway 62ing. at last school i went to. nice segue absolutely. talk about the food at the st. pete wine and food festival. but you ya ramen. have you heard of that place in st. pete? we're going this is mike's office. if he doesn't show up, he doesn't get paid. too often marco rubio didn't show up and failed us
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there's more to amalie arena than what meets the eye.. and you can take a tour of it all! there lot more to amalie arena than meets the eye. you can take tour fortunate we sent fox 13 world walter allen there to take us behind scenes in a one trang trip. good morning. hey good morning there guys. it is one tank trip that probably won't even take an entire tank. make a quarter of tank. you can come here to amalie aena you can learn ball the things that they do. it really are kind of self sustaining and i'll show you why. over hydroponic garden. they grow their own vegetables. look how cool that is. reason we're standing up here, my wife already knows answer to this question, is anything that i touch that living as far a plant yoouk did usually dies. i will not curse the plants down there i will stay up there. trip joining us, it's so cool.p vegetables i'm sure you noticed the difference oh patient satisfaction and that is right
our fire stick grill restaurant. where people can make reservation and come in before a game. and i mean it's all of our vegetables our herbs. everything that's used in restaurant and by the chefs. we use it to feed our players. media that come to the game down in our catering area. it's been, been pretty cool to see the little area down there that you saw equals one acre of land. one it's pretty amazing. we get an acre of land worth of vegetable and herbs in that little area. and we're able to start making produce a month after we plant. >> wow. this is in a second year. going pretty well. i mean there is any plans to get any bigger. >> well we're kind of limited on space. but i'm not sure you know, there's some other things that we've been thinking about doing. that might be a little more self sustaining.
projects that we did two years ago. it's been a hit to have the food that's made right here or grown right here and we're using it in our restaurant and in our clubs and our press lounge. and right behind me, that's where you guys so, shave your ice is what i meant to say. you're self sustained not lot comes out. yeah we have our own ice room where, we have ice carvers and we have a chase club used on hockey games. whole thing made out of ice. then we have some company that is come in they might want an ice start-up chur? their suite because with clients they have that night we're able to do all that in house. we make our own ice. they make skwupt sure and put them out it's been pretty cool to see. we're going to go down thank you so much. we're going to go down to ice level.
man i'm on a roll with the transitions i'm doing great. laura and russell back to you guys. all right. on fire. >> you're on fire. all right. >> thank you, world. >> bye. i'm something. i'm something. well there's that. >> yeah. one word for it. hey day of. morning. 8:17. 69 degrees out at tampa international. 69 as well in clearwater. i do have couple spots a trio still sitting in 70. that includes sarasota petersburg, that includes venice thing is we're not going to see big difference today and we've got to wait forefront to come through change this overall weather pattern. notice upper 60s. in the northern part of our state. here it is, see this blue color up against that green. moving through or has moved that you wichita area. so far this morning. this will come sliding through
saturday. we'll filter in slightly dryer air. meaning our dew points sitting at 64, 65 degrees. we'll knock them back to about 58. so slightly dryer. going to nice though. 85 degrees for today. don't be surprised inland locations, you get one of those little isolated renegade spring sprinkles or two. you may get one again. 85 for high only knocks us down few degrees. 80 for high on saturday and sunday. breezy north getting back to upper 50s. lower 60s in tampa. really just nice weekend coming up. okay. vanessa. absolutely. all right. thanks, dave few new spots we're looking right now on roadways that causing some problems. pinellas county, u.s. 19, and area main lands boulevard a crash with left southbound lane blocked. in both delays northbound in southbound through the area. so plan extra time here. meantime i would suspect this
delay concern, but probably a safety concern a disabled vehicle in the westbound direction here linebaugh country way boulevard blocking a single lane. please be careful for maybe police officers or tow truck drivers you might see out here. unfortunately pinellas county you're really not recovering very well here on 275 northbound following tra crash near 54th avenue north still around 40 minute mark to get from downtown st. pete area all the way up across the howard frack land bridge. really delays we're seeing from 54th back area downtown have stretched. now they are going to be closer to 22nd avenue south area. so very, very heavy. i think you definitely want to take u.s. 19 north instead. and the good news is on other major roadways like 75 south you can see no big complaints i-fou westbound through eastern hick you're get a very nice break in green. incredible new research before how many more calories you seat
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good day tampa bay. i'm charley belcher coming to you from a downtown st. petersburg. north straub park home of the food, the st. pete wine, wine always comes first. st. pete wine and food festival. kicked off last night with wine pairing. tonight tequila taco tomorrow night craft beer festival. grand tasting saturday and sunday. one restaurant locally here part of grand sunday. ramen. michael owns the place. chef chris here cooking up all the good food. niek michael ramen as if ramen noodles? as in ramen noodles as if nouri for a dollar? >> not quite that. >> i do recall the college days where eating cheap ramen helped us survive. this is a little more sophisticated. this this is a little more fist skated. we focus on ramen a noodle dish,
>> i didn't realize ramen i thought maybe just ram brand i really didn't know that was jab knees noodle. it gets fairly sophisticated this broth we're doing this morning is done a 22-four broth process. absolutely. >> and that, shitaki mushrooms and crispy duck and you get sophisticated ingredients. what are you going to have for folks this weekend? today we're doing a duck ramen. >> plenty mushroom and nice earth earth thee flavor which takes 22 hours. wow. if we're being lazy. i mean it can go longer. to longer the better just like anything. lots of flavor. lots of points that you would want. and the noodles in there in noodles are here. now do you. do you make your own ramen noodles like?
overeast? we have a machine actually. yes. so we do a fresh ramen noodle. these today we're using sun noodles these guys are out of hawaii. they make traditional japanese straight noodle. that cooks for 60 seconds going into bowl with a ramen and then, then it gets plated over here. so if you want to go ahead and start the plate that show the finished product looks like. wow. so it's, i can already tell not going to taste like the little thing you put packet in. looking for no powder packet. that's when know it's fancy when there is no powder packet everything ten year involved some sort of flavored packet. hamburger helper ramen noodle. that's fantastic. where are you located? make michael? we're in segovia district. 911 central avenue open seven days a web. we do lunch and dinner 11:00 a.m. and then we close at
on japanese whiskey as well. that's all the ranl right now. nothing better than noodle and japanese whiz skwee. in that specific order. well there you go, folks. oh and look at that there you go. boo yeah ramen. st. petersburg a grand tasting st. pete wine and food festival this weekend in north straub park. laura and russell rhodes. seen it before. >> this restaurant has such a buzz right now. >> yeah. have you been? this is tough place? >> have you been? not yet. not yet. i told him i might want to spend a morning i'm fascinated by fancy ramen. yeah. >> i like the name too. >> all right. see you later. yep. >> concussions aren't just causing brain damage. they are also impacting football players in another way. we'll explain at 8:30.
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they have a different answer. they blame all of it on new research on brain damage. yeah, they have no interest in watching men's brains turned into mashed potatoes. >> hmm. speaking football bucks are set to take field in prime time tonight. as they host the falcons a raymond james stadium head coach dirk cutter hoping jameis winston and offense can keep pace and high flying falcons tonight game will former bucs safety john lifrnl lead team on to fieldef into at bucs ring of honor. >> kick off for game is set at 8:25. >> here's the 01. this is going to be tough play, the win the world series. >> and with that the cubs make a monumental come back ending that 108 year drought. there something very special about that 108. cubs won with eight runs in the tenth inning.
baseball which was designed by the cubs first manager and pitcher a j spaulding. and the left and right field corner as wrigley field are? 108 meters from home plate. >> and guess what we can go on with all day long. but we will get back to win which would not have happened with few former rays players. >> and that includes former manager joe madden we sent fox 13 alcides segui down to joe mad restaurant here owned by him. people spent night celebrating victory there. good morning, alcides. good morning to you. yeah several people chicago cubs fans watching game here at the restaurant here in south tampa. aum couple of people celebrating here in south tampa area or tab area as whole. especially consider joe madden still lives here in tampa bay bay area. he has house here along bay shore. there's banner out here 4 by 4 foot. and that banner has big w on it,
beard and glasses. also talks about 108 years occurs. a curse of the billy goat. those lovable losers are no longer losers now. world series champions. and of course that has a lot to do with joe madden also has lot to do with former tampa bay rae ben zobrist with clutch hitting performance with 10 inning giving cubs another lead in tenth inning world series here against the cleveland indians. and remember, again, zobrist was with the tampa bay rays. in fact, several years ago he visited front tier elementary in clearwater. students got a chance to ask him what it was like to be baseball player. zobrist took pictures and really left at positive impression on a lot of kids. including the young man by name braden johnson. johnson is waking up tired this morning he was up late last night watching the game he can't help but remember when zobrist
the school like just high 5ing all the kids and then like, at the end of everything he was able to give my class a bunch of prizes like memorabilia, his plush toy. what does d. it feel like when zobrist got that big hit in tenth inning? it was, it was just amazing. it was sos cool to see him. hit. not only here in tampa, but obviously in chicago. ten of thousands of people packed streets along wrigley field. lot of those fans welcoming the chicago cubs as they arrive in chicago earlier this morning. by the way ben zobrist two times world series champion winning one with the kansas city royals. now ms almost most valuable player named mvp of the world series. congratulations to both.
>> oh, yeah. >> hey dave. >> oh morning. it's it was long night. it was. 8:35. we've got 69 degrees out at the beach. and very, very pretty start to the day. i will show you couple different camera advantage points. there's one out in gulf. then looking eastward from brac dale bay shore camera you can see downtown tampa there in background 65 degrees. one more picture, 66 over lake mirror in lakeland. so we're starting off very similar to a little bit of cloud cover. notice how you every once in while you will see sprinkles. they work their way on shore along the east coast. then they try and they try to make it all way to west coast. most of them don't. but few will. meaning today's going to lot like yesterday. the clouds, the sunshine, and eventually, will be one or two sprinkles on radar as temperatures make their way back into really mid 80s for today. i don't see huge difference in temperatures today versus yesterday. so i got scattered clouds. i've got afternoon warmth for
tonight, mostly clear. and our temperatures will kickback to 68 degrees for very early tomorrow morning and beautiful sunset at 6:44. now, tomorrow, really, i know what you're thinking when is front coming through probably not during daylight hours. so maybe tomorrow night or so. that leaves with us mostly sunny skies. good stuff. 83 degrees for a forecast high. get your boating in today. i think there will be a brief period over the weekend where boating will be a little dicey after tha so today, light chop for you seas running two feet. hooidz on map next tide is low tide 11:07. couple things, slightly drier. slightly cooler for weekend high 80. low 62 on sunday. and we turn clocks back an hour when you go oh to bet late saturday night. tash hag we live here. i alonged through so many pictures. every once in while i look at one stair at it for like an hour. this is one of them.
timed the sun going down as sailboat going across. fox 13 good day mug for you my friend. that's a pretty picture. it is. you know what's funny you can barely see it but it's behind the caption where it says beach. i feel like there's a lady that might have missed out on an opportunity to share this picture ats well well do you he see someone taking a picture on beach. she can't submit it we gave it to mitch. you snooze you >> all right. thanks, dave. here 8:38. we want to update you on an earlier crash, this was reported originally around 6 o'clock hour. we showed you school bus on site. also we told you about reports a pedestrian had been hit. we have an update from from school district we're learning gaither high school student was hit here a fowler and nebraska avenue. now at this point lanes have been clear for a little while we want to let you know what we've learned. we're also hearing school bus we
school bus stop in the area. and that's why that bus had pulled over in area. they were just happened to be around this part of fowler and nebraska when this crash happened. >> some good news, the crash injuries are not life threatening. that's latest we have there. >> so lanes are clear. we'll get to hernando county. crash reported here could see most delays in westbound direction cortez boulevard a main street. that's direction where we have those lane blockages reported. and a little bit of a better lo veterans expressway. we're starting to really see some improvements with those travel times after the earlier crash near the airport. we're out of the single digit speeds passing that area down to 30 minutes to get from top to the bottom of veterans. cancer is real. and the way that it hits a family is unimaginable. just ask one father. he's a photographer. he gets to capture booed beauty and joy in everything.
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candidate al gore and republican george w. bush... th candidate and al gore and republican candidate george welcome back durr bush it was a year hanging chad. also first legal challenge to a presidential election. >> bush was ahead in florida by less than 1,000 votes. that is margin that triggers recount under florida law. a battle that played out for 36 days. until bush was ultimately called the winner in the end. the question today is, is this something we could see repeated? dispute the results of the election. he's claimed elections fraud. what would happen if he contested results? what would happen if it were just too close to call? >> let's ask a lawyer day. we have attorney dane to talk us to a little bit about it. good morning. thanks for being with us. what happens if there's a contested election here? >> which? how is it federal? it's a federal election >> right. so, even though we're talking
senators president of united states, you got to keep in mind that the elections are actually run at the state level. there are state laws rules, regulations election officers who do the elections within each state. and so when we talk about challenging a result. really what we're talking about the margin of victory for a particular candidate is so narrow in this state, that the state will either have a concessionary or a mandatory manual recount procedure. so we're talking less than half of a percentage victory. then we go into this manual recount phase. >> and depending on the candidate, you can make challenges to maybe the manual recount wasn't done correctly. you can bring those challenges in the state's supreme court. so that's kind of the a way. that's where it would start. right. this could a lengthy process, rght? >> well, it can be expedition is priority.
state only has a small window to get things figured out. there are federal deadlines that kind of drive the election process. 35 to 46 days is really when this state has to make up their mind and give the certified results of the election. otherwise the u.s. congress has the authority, discretion to disregard the state's because the results haven't turned in and pick this winner. a nutshell 5 weeks or so to challenge the results, bring their case through the state supreme court, and them their even rarer circumstances that than we saw it in 2000 where you can make united states constitution challenges like oh the way they did recount violates actual protection. that was story in 200 oh 0. that's when united states supreme court gets involved. so it can get harry pretty
messy in the end. fingers crossed. yes. i think that too, you have inauguration day after the first of year. you're saying that 30 to 45-day window is not really enough to affect the presidencies. right. >> exactly. so ultimately the united states congress, they are the ones who pick the winner. so they are going to do that before inauguration day. so anything that hasn't been central settled or resolved before then is just and keep in mind within the states in meantime, so, maybe the republican candidate wins a particular state. and the democratic candidate wants to make a challenge. well if that state has elected democratic united states senators or house of representative members their votes are being recounted too. so party is going to say whoa time out candidate. whoa. our guys are already in there. we don't want to do. we're not part of problem you're
from different places. in another thing of course to consider is the circumstances to sway the election haves to line up just so. magic twois 70. if you're fighting about a state where the electoral college is only four votes, small state for election purposes it's probably not going to sway the elections one way or another. major spinning state. let's hope if there a constitute one stipulation can no more campaign ads. >> wednesday morning. and my presidential seal tie today. in support of the election. hopefully everybody. we hope so. all right. charley we'll get over to you right now. look at what you're up to charley. hey charley. best part campaign ads are 401k. because they have to buy those commercials from us. thank you.
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we're following a news alert in area i-4 in hillsborough county. right now skyfox over head. gene scene of what we are told a deputy per suit. hillsborough county sheriff's office says they were working an an apparent breaking entering call in nearby area. they were following the suspects
just off the orient. they were able to stop the suspects apparently we're told some tried to run from vehicle after it came to a rest. so right now that's what we're looking at right now. we have no further information on this. but you can see a scene in the area of orient and i-4 make sure you're using caution in area. very briefly while i do have you here talking about the roadways looks like we do have slow downs the scene is so that's good news will tell you about westbound separate medical call that is clear. and should be good to go in this area. we'll get to charley now. comboos embarrassing enough to be singing on t&go to black apparent pl maybe that was tv people telling me to stop singing he was doing tequila song. never mind. i'm in st. petersburg today. because the st. pete wine and food fest kicked off last night actually wl wine pairing tonight
>> taco and tequila tonight. craft beer tomorrow night. and andy is here from red may is a cantina. talk a little tequila. you will plenty of tacos. yeah. absolutely. let's talk tequila. it is so funny spirits come and go in popularity. craft beer, it was wine connoisseurs craft whiskey and vodkas and tequila can enjoyed same connoisseurs let's do shots and stupid stuff. absolutely. everyone had that one night with tequila. we've all had it before. >> what have you heard? i haven't heard anything. tequila is that one particular spirit he unique unlike whiskey that takes a little time to grow and forever to age. all right. 8 to ten years to mature. wonderful.
to taste tonight? >> okay so we have eight brands tonight. 7 tequila and. we have from had list could region. boogie man of meks cap folklore. >> is this like champagne where technically it has to come from particular place in mexico. wonderful question. there is city of tequila. it main. there four others that you can produce tequila like champagne it does h region. we have, luck in spanish. it's actually number 3 in craft spirits usa today top tequila brands. we have t one winner of top craft tequila brands. i mention theed that four other states this is one of them from region that makes that unique. this is southern mexico. not actually dela more of a
tequila. heard? stories. it can get weird. there's no worm in this one but wonderful juice. it can get weird. we've got a brand a lot of people know made by sousa family. one of my personal favorites. tequila ocho. every year it comes from a different village. so just like wine it tastes very unique. i will tell you my brother who loved tequila, connoisseur owned his own restaurant and b wonderful. always one of my favorites. bottle shape shape very unique. that way when you're dining with friends and having drinks with friends you can see over the bottle. you can keep that patron. thank you very much, man. tacos tonight russell rhodes and beer tomorrow and grand tasting saturday and sunday big deal down here. sounds like it great. talk later, okay. man. see you. you stayed up late last night. watching the world series.
today. coming up how being sleep dmrooifd affects what we eat and how much. and if you have haven't heard by now curse has been broken. we will go live to cleveland for latest keep it right here packed sh carson and i have seen some terrible ads attacking our mom dana young. for things she never did. it hurts because mom is cool. she is caring, she works hard. whenever something is not right mom is on it. trust us we know from experience. mom put her career on hold for us. to raise our family. she is i'm proud of you mom, we both are.
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are real issues to discuss. where do candidates stand on education? specifically common core? >> we'll talk about it and good thursday morning i'm laura moody. i'm russell rhodes. outside. very nice morning. isn't that, a cloud cover, a little streaming through the area. we're what? 36 hours away from some dryer