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as the presidential as the presidential election comes down to its final few days.. both election comes down to its as the presidential election comes down to the final few days, trump and clinton are bringing their campaigns to the bay area. the details as they focus in on florida. >> alcides: look at those moves. how the down. the impressive moves to shake up a high school pep rally. from tampa bay's number one news station. this is "good day tampa bay." >> sorboni: good morning, everyone, so nice to have us with on "good day tampa bay." i am sorboni banerjee. >> alcides: i am alcides se segui. look at our forecast with
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cool tomorrow morning. tomorrow morning waking up to a beautiful start. remember to fall back late tonight, hint, hint. it is 69 brookdale, bayshore. starting to warm with the sun and the breeze looks nice and drier air is moving in behind a cold front that moved through overnight. 70 in sirata beach. the breezy northeast wind that be picking up throughout the morning and afternoon. while your winds may be light right knew won't be the case all day. most of us pushing 70s now. at 67 this hour. 68 in winter haven. 70 st. pete and venice and those are pleasant values thanks to this front. drier air aloft and a lot of sun to start off the day. a few clouds to wrap up the day and drier air starting to move in right now. dew points are in the 50s in brooksville and any time we can get that number below 65, that feels good. great-looking weekend. a breezy day today and cooler to start sunday morning. our low is 65 in tampa.
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up in the 50s tomorrow coming up. all right, lindsay, thank you. we begin with presidential politics. with just three days left to get their message out, republican nominee donald trump is seemingly turning up the pressure on democratic opponent hillary clinton. >> sorboni: clinton holds a clear lead, the race tightens over the next two weeks. according to the latest map, four states have shifted in parts of trump's flavor, maine, shift from battleground to republican and new hampshire once the state looked to deem democrat might turn red. with those moves clinton drops below the 270 to clinch the election on tuesday. of course, those are all estimates of what voters do and several states like arizona, north carolina and florida that are still very much up for g grabs. >> alcides: that of course brings us to today. both campaigns focusing on florida and tampa bay area as
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fairgrounds is fox 13's kellie cowan at the donald trump rally that is scheduled to begin in about an hour. good morning to you, kellie. >> reporter: hey, good morning to you, guys. we already have some of the spro duck tree speakers on stage including -- introductory speakers on stage including state attorney pam bondi. hundreds have gathered in front of the stage. it is standing room only in this area, and filling in as well as donald trump is scheduled to take the stage in just about an hour. now already polls are too close to call in florida florida, and that's why trump is here in the bay area yet again today. he is expected to hit the sunshine state hard in this final push leading up to the election. nearly 60% of florida voters have cast their ballots, and experts believe 70% of the sunshine state will have voted by tuesday. now projections are showing
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less than 100,000 votes. so this one right now, as i mentioned, just simply too close to call, but florida widely considered a must win for donald trump. now meanwhile, the clinton campaign machine has been churning at full throttle with plenty of star power at her rallies. bon jovi will perform tonight in st. pete for clinton and she will be in miami before heading to philadelphia for a concert with kate kate and stevie wonder and of course she was there with jay-z and beyonce last night. tomorrow she will campaign alongside lebron james and president obama will be headed to florida on sunday as well. he will be here in kississimee to campaign on behalf of clinton. now today, a very busy day for donald trump. from here he heads to north carolina, then swings out west to nevada and then finishes his day in colorado. but, of course, we will bring
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long for this rally. once again donald trump set to take the stage here in tampa at 10:00. for now send it back to you guys. >> alcides: busy set of days for both candidates. thank you so much. if you already made your decision and want to vote ahead of election day, time is running out. joining us to talk more about this supervisor of elections, craig lattimere. thank you for being here. we appreciate it. so most people have until day to early vote, but hillsborough right? [inaudible] >> in hillsborough from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., we will over 7,000 people vote in the -- >> craig, i hate to interrupt you so your mic was off. folks in hillsborough county have until tomorrow to early vote, that's correct, right? >> that's correct, both in hillsborough, pinellas county, early voting ends tomorrow. in hillsborough county, the polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7
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2,000 people vote this morning in the first two hours. >> alcides: no kidding. that is today alone. >> yes. >> alcides: what should people bring? i brought my driver's license. is that okay -- my driver's license. another form of id or just your driver's license. >> driver's license is the best. if you don't have a driver's license, go to our web site at and some other photo and signature identification. a driver's license or florida id is the quickest way to go. also study your sample ballot you hit the door. it is a long ballot. a lot of issues on it so be informed. if you don't have your sample ballot, go on our web site v and put your information and pull up your sample ballot. >> alcides: some amendments. people should do your research ahead of time. if not you can do reading and get confused. do your homework before going to the voting stations and casting your ballot. voting early have a lot of benefits.
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along time. 2,000 people have cast their ballots. >> we almost had 370,000 people have dallas their ballot already this hillsborough county. either early vote for vote by mail. >> alcides: let me ask you something, what do you expect election day. what kind of turnout. >> a robust turnout. 280 polling sites. we are a large county. over 12,000 square miles and ample opportunity, but going to vote on election day, you must vote in the precinct you reside in. that's where your mrot will be waiting for you. >> alcides: where things get a little bit complicated. clear it up for us. where do we find the precinct. >> go on my web site or your voter identification card, 813-744-5900, call my office. we will be more than happy to direct to you your appropriate and proper polling site. >> alcides: you have a big
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a big couple of days ahead. are you looking forward to it. >> we have is been planning for this for months. this is what we do and will continue to run great elections like we do. >> alcides: craig lattirore, supervisor of election. thank you. stay up to date on all the important races and results at download the fox 13 news app like i have done as well, and you can watch while you are out and about. >> in other news, an investigation is under way this morning into the death of a woman in largo. police there say they found her body last night inside a home at the down yonder mobile home park on 1 4nd avenue north. a man at that home has been arrested but so far has been charged with aggravated domestic battery. the investigation is still early. police have not released his name or the name of the woman.
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children killed by a speeding driver on mlk boulevard will be laid to rest. a boy, her 10-year-old sister and their mother were driving home from church last wednesday when a speeding driver lost control and hit them head on. pablo cortez was behind the wheel of the car. he and his 19-year-old passenger julie bartalome were also killed. visitations will be held for that family at funeral home on south macdill from 2 to 4:00. is service will follow shortly thereafter. federal inmates mostly convicted of drug crimes had their sentences reduce as part of the clemency initiative. among those are three men from here in the bay area, antonioly alls of bradenton was sentenced to life in prison on two cocaine charges. his sentence has been reduced to 150 months.
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to 20 years in prison will be released in march of next year. and charles edwards williams will escape his life sentence in march. he was charged back in 1992 for making meth. from this date, president obama has commuted 944 sentences, 324 of which were for life sentences. and still ahead, did you know that there are pretty much national days for everything. more day. more than one. we had one. >> alcides: one of them is today as well. plus when we come back, we need to turn back those clocks. but why? there is a good question for you. the history of daylight saving time and the arguments for and against it. hey, lindsay. >> lindsay: i am looking forward to that extra hour of sleep tomorrow morning. at 9:10 this morning, nice and bright. a little drier out the door too. humidity going down and winds picking up. a breezy morning to the beach
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foster farms corn dogs. for monster appetites. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy.
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he's going like "i don't remember!? all right, parents, listen up. if you have an ikea dress or dresser you might want to remove it. >> alcides: announced a death of a fourth child due to the series. back in june, ikea actually recalled 29 million of the chests and drawers associated -- excuse me because they posed
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since then thousands of anchor kits have been sold out and even more refunds have been issued. the most recent death associated with the recall was a 2-year-old boy from virginia who died back in september of 2001. in addition to the four deaths, ikea received reports of 41 tipover incidents involving the chest and dressers. much of the northeast is dealing with drought conditions right now. and some worry that might impact the christmas tree crop. the jones family farm in conn bus since the 1850s and they say may not be as many options for trees this season. >> most of our concern was on little trees that we tran transplanted that didn't have the established root system. >> reporter: the jones family say they hope to have rain soon if they are hit with another dry year. they hope to have more full-sized trees to sell. charlie brown trees. >> alcides: that not good. my kids will be devastated. this is good, doughnut lovers
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morning. national doughnut day. >> sorboni: again. >> alcides: before you say wait, wait a minute, usually celebrates some time in june. well, sorboni, you are right, it does. but doughnuts are so good that national doughnut games is celebrated two times a year. >> sorboni: how do you in all off. >> alcides: giving away one free sprinkled doughnut per customer per day while supplies last. is that -- thing krispy kreme. kreme. ironically like this -- i was thinking of a dat's doughnut earlier and now they are free. this is good stuff. >> alcides: i am saying that krispy kreme doughnuts is my favorite. it melts in your mouth. >> sorboni: you work next door and you can smell them cooking. >> lindsay: i know where i am going on the way home, doughnut run. >> sorboni: windows down or too sticky for that. >> lindsay: windows down. humidity is down. temperatures could have been a
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tomorrow morning. start with the lows -- this is nothing to brag about. this is running above average for this time of year. we had a low of 63 in brooksville. 61 in crystal river. 70 in st. pete. but we will continue to drag in and a drier air mass and with fewer clouds overnight. i assure you will wake up tomorrow a little more seasonable. after the sunshine is out. we have seen it. starting to heat up. 69 in tampa. 70 in st. pete still. 72 in venice. 67 and i take you around the southeast, and you can clearly see that the cold front that is south of the area near lake okeechobee. behind it, the air is not as refreshing, not as cool as previous runs because 64 in tallahassee and high pressure is cool and keeping nashville and charlotte in the 40s out the door this morning. how about all of that sunshine. what a beautiful morning to get out for maybe a morning run after that doughnut or maybe before.
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looks to be clear. but breezy with northeast winds. that is the wind shift behind it. this cold front that actually brought a few rain drops to the bay area overnight, but behind it is the drier air. so any of these patchy sprinkles are ahead of the actual front. and that is behind it. sky tower radar will feature dry conditions today. maybe an inland sprinkle by tomorrow. and how about the way it feels outside. any time we have a dew points in the mid-60s. we can handle that. that is moderate humidity. that is the case tampa north, there are those dew points in the 50s. when we look at our dew point scale, the more welcomed reading for fall lovers. back in that invigorating to pleasant range. and this morning in the moderate range. how about the wind gusts. no gusts to show you just yet. waiting for high pressure to build in from the north. as it does so, we will see those values climbing in later on today. highs this afternoon rebound
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82 in tampa. 81 in brooksville. how about tonight, there is the cool stuff that is normal if not a little above normal. our average low is 63. we will shoot for 65 in tampa tonight. 62 in lakeland. 58 degrees in crystal river. as we take you through the day today, climbing to 82. cooler than what we have seen all week and closer to average. a breezy afternoon. a bonus with lower humidity. if you were ready to maybe feel little more refreshed tomorrow morning, you are in luck, because daylight saving time comes to an end. clock back is the sunrise is an hour earlier, 6:45. sunset an hour earlier as well, and getting dark before 6:00. down to 65. seasonably mild under a few clouds. seven-day forecast including tomorrow feature quiet conditions. i think likely a few more clouds and less gusty tomorrow with perhaps a few showers on wednesday. and that is the only day you keep the rain chance at 20%.
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saving time comes to an end. >> sorboni: i like the tick-tock tick-tock reminding us. turning back clocks have come under scrutiny. do we really need it. fox 13's mike bennett explains the history behind falling b back. spring forward. >> i love it. especially in the summer time. >> feels like jet-lag to me. >> reporter: fall back. >> just an adjustment, that's all. >> you get used to it. no effect. >> ror daylight saving time goes way back. >> historically benjamin franklin came up with there was more daytime, then humans would be more productive. >> reporter: took a while to catch on. germany used it to increase efficiency during world war i and after that the u.s. started to adopt that. >> if humans were more less tired they will be more productive. >> reporter: congress made d daylight saving time official the focus on saving injury.
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summer evenings meant more time spent out of the house which in turn lowers energy waste. but it haven't quite turned out that way. >> better light bulbs. better efficient vehicles and better households are coming to conclusions that perhaps daylight saving time is not saving any energy whatsoever. >> reporter: so why keep it around? one argument good for the auto he con me. >> we come out of work 4 or 5, for example, still daylight saving time and >> reporter: or maybe not. a new study by the jpmorgan. the reduction in spending when we fall back wipes out any economic boost when we head forward. >> i hate losing daylight. >> reporter: other study that the time change may not be good for us at all. car accidents, workplace injuries. cluster headaches, depression and even heart attacks even seem to increase when the time changes. >> when you wake up at 7:00, it is still dark out, and it is like, ew.
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to, right. and a few bills in florida to try eliminate or change d daylight saving time and none passed because as you heard, a lot of mixed emotion whether it is a good for bad thing. it is always nice to get an extra hour of sleep. now 9:21. less than a week from election day, national security is at an all time high. >> alcides: the recent threat made to three specific states by a terror group. if it wasn't enough that e did too. we will show you some of the
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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you?
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vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of them." vo: just one. you love all-day breakfast. but you don't love that you can't get all your favorites. but now you can get more of what you love. so you can find something else to not love. like hearing the sound of your own voice.
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and time now is 9:23. some scary news this morning. >> alcides: the fbi says they are reviewing information of a possible terror attack against america on the eve of election day. so far officials say information they have received indicate new york, texas or virginia could be potential targets. it is not clear how this information dime investigators' attention. investigators are heading -- voters are heading to the polls this tuesday, but hillary clinton and donald trump plan to hold their election night parties in new york city >> the new york city police department remains in a state of mourning after a home invasion suspect killed one of its officers and injured another. s is the is the paul telulo was a 19-year veteran of the force and leaves behind two young children. the sergeant is in stable condition. the gunman that shot both of them was later killed by po police. 35-year-old manuel rosales. we are learning that the school bus driver in a deadly
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license. if fact officials say it is because glen shapelle did not have the required medical exam. the 67-year-old had a history of seizures according to his wife. she told police he was taking medication for it when he had a different type of accident about two years ago. shapelle was killed when the school bus he was driving in collided with a commuter bus. five other people were killed as well what happened but no mechanical issues were found. governor christie plans to return to the campaign trail for trump today, but a little change of plans after a jury convicted two of christie's former aides in the bridge gate scandal. they were found guilty of closing lanes on the george washington bridge to punish a mayor. they faced multiple charges and up to 86 years. christie continues to deny any involvement, but the scandal has tainted his reputation.
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welcomed home to the windy city with a grand celebration. the world series victory parade also made history. ? baseball season is under way ? ? get ready for a brand-new day ? ? hey, chicago, what do you say ? ? the cubs are going to win today ? ? and they are singing go, cubs go ? ? go, cub >> alcides: nice. yesterday's parade was such a party it gathered 5 million people in chicago. the biggest human gathering in u.s. history. and our sister station chicago reports it is also the 7th biggest human gathering in history as well. a lot of people out there. a lot of fun. >> sorboni: millions. still ahead, the local police department is taking a proactive step in fighting the opioid crisis.
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life-saving tool coming up. the solar amendment will stay on this year's ballot. it just lost one its biggest
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en i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good.
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. from tampa bay's number one news station, this is "good day tampa bay." >> alcides: good morning and thank you for joining us this saturday for "good day tampa bay." i am alcides segui. >> sorboni: hi, everyone, i am sorboni banerjee. we will be checking your forecast with lindsay in just a minute, but first bring you a quick check of the headlines this half hour in largo where police are investigating after a woman is found dead inside her home.
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avenue. the man at the home has been arrested charged with aggravated domestic battery at this point and the investigation is still early. police have not released his name or the name of the victim. a construction worker is in serious condition after receiving a life-ending shock. on a ladder with a metal gutter when it accidentally touched a power line and caused an explosion. we are told the man caught fire and action saving his life. caused a power outage that lasted self-hours. final stretch, hillary clinton and donald trump are pushing for the last-minute votes in the bay area three days before the general election. clinton will get support from tim kaine in sarasota, and rocker john bon jovi has a scheduled tonight. donald trump is set to speak in just about half an hour at the florida state fairgrounds where our own kellie cowan is this
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good morning, kellie, you have been out there monitoring the crowds. anything crazy going on? >> reporter: yeah, this is a raucous crowd this morning. they started streaming in as soon as doors opened up at 7 a.m., and with trump scheduled to take the stage in just about half an hour, this room is packed. it is loud. you can hear them right now. they are -- they are hearing from snl actor -- former snl actor joe piscopo right now. attorney general pam here as well, the emcee with this widely considered a must win for donald trump, his second stop here in the bay area in this week alone and he is expected to hit the bay area hard in the last 72 hours leading up to the election. now the polls are too close to call in florida. and that's why trump is here right now. nearly 60% of florida voters have already cast their ballots, and experts believe that 70% of the sunshine state
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ahead of the election. now projections showing clinton with a very slight lead, less than 100,000 votes in her fa favor. right now, this one is too close to call and this one is wide hee considered a must win. florida is considered a must win for donald trump. meanwhile, the clinton campaign machine has been churning at full throttle with plenty of star power at her rallies as well. bon jovi is expected to take the stage before she heads to philadelphia for a concert tonight alongside katy perry and stevie wonder and will head back to ohio tomorrow where she is campaigning alongside lebron james. president obama also hitting the campaign trail on her behalf. she was in north carolina yesterday. he will be in the sunshine state tomorrow in kississimee for an event as well. and donald trump is not letting up today from here. goes from north carolina and swings out west to nevada and
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colorado. a huge day for both candidates in this final push leading up to the election. we will have full coverage of today's rally which is scheduled to start in 30 minutes here. for now we are live in downtown tampa. kellie cowan, fox 13 news. >> lindsay: thank you, kellie. 9:33. starting off your saturday morning beautiful and bright. more comfortable this afternoon and turning a little gusty this afternoon. not a yes it is warm at 69 degrees, but feels better thanks to the breeze which is up to 15 miles per hour in sirata beach. 70. our beachgoers are loving it. a day you will want to hang on to your hat and upwards of 20 miles per hour after lunchtime. temperatures before the 10 a.m. hour feature 71 in sebring. 72 in sarasota. but 64, crystal river. around the state, the cold front, it's kind of hard to even point out because the air behind it is really not much
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jacksonville, passed through tampa at 69. and still south of lake okeechobee this morning. here is where it is on satellite and radar, in terms of clouds not many this morning. a few this afternoon and no rain. the best part about this weekend is we dropped the dew dew points several degrees already in the 50s and 60s and this will stay with us into the afternoon tomorrow. and low 80s through monday, those are comfortable low 80s, especially gusty today. at times, we will wake up in new this morning, one of the biggest endorsers of florida's amendment one has withdrawn their support. the florida professional fire fighters union now says the solar energy initiative is misleading. the union is also demanding consumers for smart solar pull its television ads featuring fire fighters. the political committee is financialsed by florida's largest electric companies. the ads urge voters to support
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energy could be a fire hazard. new this morning a local police department is one step closer to saving lives. clearwater police are now ca carrying the overdose reversal drug. they are the first major law enforcement agency in the bay area to supply in the lock zone, also known as narcan to officers and detectives. the drug can revive people experiencing overdoses from opioid including heroin and prescription pills. the ne administered two thousand doses this year. they don't want officers to come into contact with people having a overdose and not have the tools to save them. the new cross bay ferry will begin first weekend of service all the way to st. petersburg. the ferry will run one or two round trips for the first couple weeks, but commuting will become an option at the end of the month when they
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the one-way 15-minute trip costs $10 for adults. you can bring your bikes. a sold-out crowd enjoyed the rides and no complaints at all. listen in. >> what was your favorite part in. >> we go faster. the wind was going so fast, i can just lean back. >> alcides: like the titanic. buy tickets at cross bay fe or a person at the booth at a pete at the marina or the convention senter in tampa. jeb bush going back to school? the former governor is returning to his native texas to teach a ten-day elective course on government at texas a&m. the university made the announcement that bush's class will start in january and end before the regular spring semester begins. he will be joining the faculty at the bush school and government and public service
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named after his father 41st.president george h. w. bush. new video as they search for a group of armed robbers. the five armed men stormed into a jewelry booth and pointed rifle at the employees and told them to get to the ground. the group used sledgehammers and a minivan was waiting outside for them. the investigation into this case is still ongoing. do you remember this surveillance video? a man was caught breaking into a pizza through the ceiling. johnny's pizza about a month ago now. that man has been arrested. police ajacob metcalf was identified as the guy in the video and has now been charged with commercial burglary. also coming up, helping kids and families stay healthy. we will introduce to you a marketplace on wheels delivering fresh fruits and delivering fresh fruits and vegetables at this is mike's office. if he doesn't show up,
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you are watching "good day tampa bay." sorboni sourz might think eating healthy is a choice but main people here say it is a privilege. many families lack stores that sell fresh healthy food. a recent study by the american heart association say it can help people prevent early heart >> alcides: one organization is trying to do something about it taking the market to the street at a pretty sweet price. dr. jo has that story. >> reporter: this is what a desert looks like. but not water that this sul very springs neighborhood la lacks. >> it's not so great. mostly kids don't know where to get this from. >> reporter: a food desert is an area one mile from the
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a comfortable start to the day. great video too. waking up to 69 degrees which is warmer considering we started out at 67. the sun is start -- excuse me, the sunshine is to be had waking up at 67 in brooksville. the cold front has moved through believe it or not. we will talk about what that we will talk about what that means it terms of cooler this is mike's oic he doesn't get paid. too often marco rubio didn't show up and failed us when he did. i am patrick murphy. to get things done, you've got to show up. you've got to work together. whether it's protecting social security and women's health care or growing the economy, we've got to start solving problems instead of pointing fingers. i am patrick murphy and i approve this message
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putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good.
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time welcome back. the time right now a almost 946. a jury has found rolling stone magazine liable of defamation about a story of an alleged gang rip a at the tloovrt of virginia -- gang rape at the university of virginia. much of the article was ret retracted and relied on one source. the student identify as jackie who said she was raped. a uva administrator sued the saying she was unfairly betrayed as trying to sweep jackie's sexual assault under the rug. the jury will return to see how much rolling stone will have to pay in damages. in a surprise announcement, comedian dave chappelle will make a return to tv. he will make a "saturday night live" hosting debut november 12. the comedian is beth known for "the chapelle show" that aired
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musical guests are a tribe called quest and the first episode following tuesday's episode following tuesday's presidential election ? ? ?. >> alcides: there it is, the polk county resource deputy kicked a high school student and all to show off the good stuff. george jenkins high school in lakeland yesterday and if things couldn't get any better, the school's principal joined in too. had some movings too. >> sorboni: my favorite one is about to come right here. dancing with this imaginary partner. it is great, cha-cha cha. got to make you smile on a
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>> sorboni: living in the moment. dancing like no one is watching but we all are. >> lindsay: it is fall. we would like it to feel more fall-like considering. it week has been so warm. this weekend, not quite as warm and less humid. starting out the day clear and bright and a little breezy in some spots. if you were just joining us waking up hoping to feel cooler air. if you were not going to feel that, but what that the air mass is dried out some since the cold front moved through. so less humid air greeting us this morning looking west in tampa. 69 degrees with a northeast wind. we are up to 66 in lakeland. and this is a slight uptick of the east-northeast and breezy late morning midday when we will start to tighten our pressure gradient. 62 sebring. 67 brooksville and 70 in st.
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and above average readings thanks to clouds overnight. but overnight, we did see a few sprinkles ahead of this front too. and now that kind of brought in a whole new air mass, a drier one. visible satellite imagery not much to show you this morning. the biggest thing to show you is not the rain. sky tower radar. it will be this. dew points tumbling. notice the 10 degrees different between brooksville and sebring the leading edge of that more comfortable air that is moving in. tampa north. counties later today. while on the scale of some of us this morning and kind of in that moderate range, put it somewhere between pleasant and invigorating not just today but tonight, tomorrow, early in the workweek. most of workweek, low to moderate humidity. how about the gusts, none to show you. sustained winds at 10 to 15 at the beach that may impact your morning boat ride as we have small-craft advisories for our off shore waters. here is our cold front pushing
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nice and quiet across the southeast, although they could use some rain, maybe in a drought. the cool high 30s in columbus and bristol and northeast quiet too. 50 in new york city. there is that mild air across the plains, bringing up showers in dallas this morning at 63. how high will our temperatures climb today? not up to 87. that's what we saw yesterday. 82 for the weekend. that is still a little above average, but still even into wednesday when we will see normal and that's where we will be tonight. average low 63. shoot to 65. 59 degrees in brooksville overnight. 62 in lakeland. 26 in wauchula and 65 in sarasota. so fall back. change those clocks before you hit the hay. maybe a day after watching football. the gators taking on the arkansas razorbacks. 69 degrees for that 3:30 kickoff. comfortable under clear skies. speaking of clear skies. my seminoles are taking on the
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the front going by. trying to bring sprinkles to the east coast but none here in tampa bay. can't rule out one of those sunday with a few more clouds and high pressure holds, our weather stays quiet through most of the week which is what we really expect in november. our driest month of the year. less humid and breezy. mostly sunny skies. enjoy it. no clouds this morning. 65. seasonably mild. sun. set at 6:43. tomorrow's sunset comes up before 6 p.m. and tomorrow's sunrise 82 for our high on sunday with less this the wind department. wind are up today. winds out of the northeast at 15 knots with small-craft small-craft advisories offshore for the boaters. the seven-day forecast is pretty quiet yet, can't rule out a shower on wednesday and perhaps another weak front some time friday or next saturday. we will be watching it. we've got buses, boats, even bikes. but when it comes to getting around tampa, we don't have a free ride, until now. coming up, we will show you how
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you are watching "good day tampa bay." >> sorboni: could be a quick and easy way for you to get around downtown tampa. best part, it won't cost you a thing. called the downer. it is free. we like that. the downtowner shuttle comes courtesy of tampa's downtown
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mike hughes shows us how easy it is to get a ride using an app. >> hi, man. >> how is it going. >> i think this really helps enable that urban lifestyle that people are looking for. >> can you put on a seat belt please. i appreciate it. >> it is very convenient, it is on demand. it comes when you need it. it comes right to your door. it takes you right where you need to go. >> if you book ride within that service area, we will pick you up right drop you off where you need to go in the fastest and safest way possible. >> no looking at a table trying to figure out a route where a bus stop is, et cetera. >> we will be working in the downtown area. >> makes it totally free to the passenger. not allowed to tip the drivers. >> you can flag you us down and the priority will be with the app. >> one may come downtown and found the parking spot and only
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that parking spot. you can come downtown, go where you meant to go and hop on the downtowner and get to the other side of downtown and explore a whole new section. >> and the demand has been unbelievable. it -- everybody in downtown tampa is seeming to really enjoy the service. it's -- it's been really cool to see. dealt with nothing but nice people and it has just been awesome. >> how is it going? >> you can download t the rides are being offered in downtown tampa, channel district, river arts district and around the university of tampa too. that can help kids. >> alcides: a great idea around the university. the downtowner runs seven days a week, 6 a.m. to 11:00. saturdays and sundays from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. which is a great idea no doubt. >> lindsay: so many options. take your time. >> sorboni: go to the restaurants. hop arrange.
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we will fall back late tonight and don't forget to wake up a little more refreshed tomorrow. back to 82. hanging in there with a fall-like pattern of. with 65 as well. that is a nice little breath of fresh air. >> lindsay: get up early, seize the day and enjoy it. >> sorboni: remember you can keep up to date on all the news all day long by logging on to >> alcides: also check out our twitter and facebook page. >> sorboni: we will see you tomorrow. have a great we traveled the world sampling the best cheese for two reasons one, to bring them all back for you to enjoy and two, we got to each a bunch of
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(upbeat electronic music) - [chuck] researchers testing future devices create virtual worlds. where are we now? - this is our desert high bay. it's used to simulate desert-type environments. - [chuck] robots need to work everywhere, even in jungles. it looks like i'm in a rainforest. but in fact, i'm not. future drones get a workout in a robot gymnasium. why do you test it in this room? - this is more of a environment that we can control while we hammer out all of the bugs. - [chuck] and this high-tech pool is a simulated ocean with extras. - there's a set of 12 underwater cameras that are placed around the wall of the pool. - testing the future in a simulated world. i'm chuck pell. i'm an artist, entrepreneur, and futurist,


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