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developing this morning, former u-s attorney general "janet reno" has died ... >>russell: developing right now, former attorney general janet reno has died. we look back at her powerful and controversial career. >>laura: and we're nearing the finish line. florida has already set early voting records. now the candidates are making one last pus state. >>russell: and an earthquake in oklahoma rattles one of the world's key oil hubs. a look at the damage from overnight. >>dave: a really nice start to the day. it's mild. everybody in the 60s this morning in central florida so we're going to start with a temperature about 66, 67 degrees in the tampa area. a couple of degrees cooler towards the north. the sun is going to be up this hour. that's right. turn the clock back at the earlier sunrise.
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temperatures like yesterday and the day before that, we'll get right back up to the mid 80s. van's? >>vanessa: and on the roads, no big complaint still. we're clear on the roads. we have one notable construction closure to mention. it's not a full blockage so that's good news and it's along the veterans expressway. southbound direction, you see a speed marker at waters. in the area of waters, two left caution in the area but you can see no big delays to be expected hitting this way. >>laura: janet reno, first woman to serve as u.s. attorney general and figure at the center of several political fire storms during the clinton administration has died. >>russell: this morning, her goddaughter broke the news saying she suffered from complications from parkinson's disease. janet reno went to harvard law school, became a prominent prosecutor before rising to
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she served nearly eight years. reno figured into some of the administration's biggest scandals. one is the deadly raid on the complex in waco, texas. in 2000, she enraged her home town when she authorized the armed seizure of 5-year-old elian after leaving washington, janet reno returned to florida. she made an unsuccessful run for governor in 2002. she was 78 years old. >>laura: developing in manatee county, an 18-year-old woman is shot and killed and now deputies are working to track down her killer. >>russell: shayla reaves is live in bradenton with the latest on the investigation. >>reporter: good morning to you. certainly a difficult morning for the family of 18-year-old
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just a short moments ago, i was able to make contact with her parents. her parents sent me a text message saying they want people to know the loving, caring, press good mariah home goode was all of her life. she try to make sense of the events unfolding sunday afternoon. take a look at the area on your screen. this is the 3300 block of fourth street according to the manatee county sheriff's office, around 4:30 in the afternoon, they received a call about a possible shooting in the area seen there on your screen. we're told while deputies were making their way to that location, bradenton police alerted deputies the victim, mariah goode, had already arrived at manatee memorial hospital for treatment of gunshot injuries.
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the hospital for treatment and ultimately 18-year-old mariah did not survive her injuries. deputies are saying at this point that this particular case is not believed to be random. investigators do not believe this is a random shooting but they're asking anyone with any information in the case to please come forward and share the details with a manatee county sheriff's office. of course, you can also report information anonymously by reaching to it's unclear at this point what mariah's connection to that fourth street location might actually be. there's still a lot of questions out there and we will certainly work to piece this together and ask questions as we make our way into the daylight hours. >>laura: a father and two children were killed in a fiery crash after their car fell over an overpass.
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injuries. crash happened early yesterday morning near state road 60. troopers say that ronald greene lost control of his car and struck a guardrail before falling onto the road below. the children were also killed. the florida highway patrol is still investigating but troopers believe that alcohol was a factor. >>russell: police investigating a murder. a man was found dead inside of one of the apartments. investigators say the shooter made it all the way to the crime. detectives have not released names but say the victim and shooter are somehow related. >>laura: it is the calm before the storm. tomorrow is election day and the polls will open in just under 25 hours. >>russell: more than 41 million americans cast their ballots and we're seeing record turnout across country. rough of half of florida's
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most counties but it continued through yesterday in 16 of the state's biggest counties. >>laura: hillsborough county right now, 176,000 people voted by mail. 242,000 people voted early. and that adds up to 49% of registered voters in the county. as of last night, polk county supervisor of elections office received more than 168,000 ballots by mail or through in personal early voting accounting for there is and then taking a look at numbers in pinellas county, more than 300,000 people cast their ballots early. that's 48% of the county's registered voters. >>russell: in a last minute twist, the f.b.i. correct -- director said he's standing next to his position not charging
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address the news yesterday. her spokesman tweeted a statement. we're glad this issue is resolved but this easily could have been learned before the first letter was sent. tweet refers to director comey's letter last month notifying lawmakers the bureau was investigating emails related to the latest investigation. donald trump attacked the f.b.i. he insisted it would be impossible to review what he has reported to be as many as emails in so short of a time. >> hillary clinton is guilty. she knows it. the f.b.i. knows it. the people know it. and now it's up to the american people top deliver justice at the ballot box on november 8. >>laura: the f.b.i.'s review found many of the new emails were duplicates or person in nature. several devices from clinton's time as secretary of state are
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his own legal victory in ohio. appeals court renewed new restrictions on partisan poll watchers. state has laws restricting voter intimidation but democrats pushed for harsher punishments. >>laura: both sides are keeping their pace through election day. trump will start in sarasota at the ir a.m. afterwards he'll head to north carolina, to pennsylvania, new hampshire and michigan and then spend election day in new york. clinton will not be back in florida until after the election. today she's in pennsylvania and michigan and north carolina. in her place, joe biden will be in saint pete peta long with his wife jill. they'll be joined by jimmy buffett for a performance. the doors open at 3:00. >>russell: donald trump received
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candidates in party history. just two. 57 newspapers of the top 100 in america, though, have endorsed clinton. tampa bay times endorsed clinton last month. >>laura: hillsborough county picked the winner in 19 of the last 20 elections. we'll see if that continues tomorrow night. since 1916, the anteder son economic group pocket correctly predicted in 22 of the last 25 contests, including the last four. this year it predicts a win for hillary clinton. scholastic conducted a student poll and they've predicted the outcome in nearly all of the elec elections. they picked clinton. >>russell: florida will send at least eight new members to the house during the election. number could be even higher if
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competitive races. 13th district's seat is the fourth and most likely to flip in the country. jolly is running against charlesy crist. >>laura: and here's a look at everything you need for hassle-free vote. polls will open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. make sure you bring a photo i.d. and a signature when you vote. you're allowed to take your sample ballot into the polling room. unlike early voting, you must vote at your place so double check before you leave home. stay with fox 13 as we continue to bring you the latest from the campaign trail. be sure to tune in tomorrow morning as the polls open and then tomorrow night as the first results begin to come in. >>russell: we know this. florida may be the key to the election. both campaigns know it, too. >>laura: at 6:30, ken is at trump's event in sarasota where people have been in line since 6:30 last night and a pretty significant earthquake hits oklahoma overnight.
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closed and there's new concern over damage to a major oil pipeline. >>dave: i got a chance for you. how about the sun coming up in the 6:00 hour? technically that happened yesterday for the first time but for a lot of us, it's our first workday getting up. the sun is almost there. pretty day. we'll have a few clouds that will mix in with sunshine. our temperature range right now goes from 61 in our northern counties to 69 in st. petersburg. i think for the majority of us,
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>>russell: 6:15. there's a concern an earthquake in central of the world's key oil hubs. the quake measured 5.0, hit near the city of cushing. the pipeline's safety department is headed there to assess the damage to the pipeline. there have been several smaller quakes around the area recently. scientists have led it to fracking and the underground disposable of waste water from oil and gas production. >>laura: governor scott will be on the east coast today as the
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it will be reopened since hurricane matthew damaged the area last month. >>russell: you were there that way this weekend. there's still a lot of damage. >>laura: it's really sad to see. you can see how high the water came and there's still dampness in the air in st. augustine. it's sad to see. but they're making progress. it's just taking them a really long time. >>dave: you remember that video of the water through downtown and stuff like that. a1a got hit very, very hard. i'm just thinking, imagine if this thing had made landfall in our state. it would have been worse. we're not the 7:00 hour. we're in the 6:00 hour of "good day" but because we turn the clocks back, we're getting that earlier sunrise which i like, too. that's just me. that's my personal opinion.
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it is gorgeous this morning. we have a few clouds streaming through looking down kennedy toward the downtown area of tampa. pretty, also mild, too. we're at 67 out at the airport. we're 63, new tampa, plant city, brandon. i have upper 60s pinellas park, clearwater, saint pete pete, back to lower 60s further north. dade city, inverness, the only spot on the hourlies now and i'm sure that maybe in little dips and thermometer says 50. 69 degrees in sarasota and inland i got low to mid 60s polk, hardee, de soto, highlands county. great start. dew point numbers measuring that surface moisture. once that front came through late friday into early saturday, it dropped them back in the 50s. that's where they are this morning. as long as they can sit here in the upper 50s or even the lower
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combine that with about an 83, 84-degree afternoon and while technically that's seasonably warm, several degrees above normal, it will be just as beautiful as it was yesterday in general. high pressure is up here providing us that northeast wind. there's a trough which is basically an elongated area of pressure. not concentrated in one spot. that will be in the middle of the gulf by wednesday. it may come close enough to bring us 20% rain chance but to be honest, that's about it. the rain is more than likely going to stay out back toward the west. so other than that little blip, we're looking good the next several days. the sunrise is at 6:46 rather than 7:46. highs around 84 degrees. mostly clear, mild tonight with a low of 64 degrees. back to clouds and sunshine and all kinds of loveliness again
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around 82 degrees. through the week -- notice, though, it does start to get a little bit cooler. no weather issues for election day. couple of clouds wednesday, thursday and veterans day looks great as well. even next weekend at this point looks good. >>vanessa: certainly does. thanks. we'll check the roads here. it is 6:19. we want to start off in pasco county with a new crash reportedly involving a patrol car. we don't know about injuries but saying there are no lanes blocked. this is at bellamy brothers boulevard and i know that area can be a little windy and poorly lit so i do urge you to use caution. you don't know who is going to be there on the side of the roadway attending to the scene. major roadways look great. this is a live look here 275 at jefferson street and so, yeah, of course that's going to be down near the interchange area. 13 minutes should be the drive from i-4 all the way across the
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st. pete side. >>russell: south carolina man accused of holding a woman inside a storage container was denied bond after he confessed to four more murders. he shot and killed the owner service manager, mechanic and bookkeeper at a motorcycle shop 13 years ago. also led detectives to two more bodies on his property. he is a suspect in at least three other deaths. they're not limiting their investigation to south carolina, either. >>laura: final selection starts today in the trial of dylan rooff. he's accused of killing four people at a church in south carolina. 3,000 people received jury summons. trial is not expected to start until january. rooff faces 33 federal charges. >>russell: one week after a massive explosion in alabama, colonial pipeline has reopened. it transports gas from the gulf coast to new york city.
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in september causing widespread gas outages across the the south with the pipeline running again, aaa predicts gas prices will plummet. >>laura: 20-year-old man is the youngest person to ever win the new york city marathon. finishing time, two hours, seven minutes and 51 seconds. it's a full minute faster than the second place finisher. defending champion dropped out at the 10-me injury. he could run nearly three marathons during the six hours that "good day tampa bay" is on every morning. >>russell: and we thought we had a marathon going here. all right. what if the cubs lost the world series? the newspapers were ready for this. we're going to show you the front page that could have been. loin next in hot clicks, it starts sweet but it ends sassy.
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you don't pay for someone else's solar. to stop unfair subsidies, it's time to see vote yes on amendment 1. >>russell: do you know what time it is? >>jennifer: what time? clicking on the web. >>russell: did you move your clock? hey, jen. >>jennifer: did you have a good weekend? feeling all right? >>laura: yeah. >>russell: yeah. >>jennifer: okay. we'll start with a story that should get you moving. daddy-daughter dance is going viral after the two bust some inexpected moves. take a look. ?
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? >>jennifer: yeah. pretty impressive. >>laura: fun. that is a fun dad. >>russell: the bride is a professional dancer. dad is not. took about a week to plan the routine and her dad called the dance his chanc daughter how she should be treated, like a princess and he said, every dad should take the opportunity to dance with their little girl. the video had more than two million views. >>russell: nice. very nice. >>laura: having a lot of fun. how lazy are we? this could come in handy at breakfast. u tuber has create a row bat that can pass the butter.
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the robot was created using a wi-fi controlled rc car. it was inspired by a joke on the cartoon rick and morti. >>russell: there it is. have you seen this picture yet? take a close look. does anything look out of place? >>russell: yeah. >>jennifer: try to look past the stylish fingernail polish. >>laura: i see it. >>jennifer: three fingers and a thumb. all of her fingers. it's not an optical illusion. one that a lot of people are trying to copy on social media. oe okay. there it is. twitter user explained how it worked. she's double jointed and can hide the missing finger in palm. it's an unusual talent but it's gotten her hundreds of
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>>laura: no. >>vanessa: send a medic. >>jennifer: i'll pulling mine down. >>laura: you have to lay it flat. >>vanessa: it hurts. >>russell: thank you, jen. >>jennifer: you're welcome. >>laura: see you a little later. thank you. it is 6:27 now. new apps are letting people trade votes with people living in other states. how it works and why it is perfectly >>russell: just over 24 hours until the polls open, ken takes us to donald trump's last
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>>laura: and i'm laura moody. check in with dave for a look at the forecast. >>dave: it really is beautiful outside this morning. i have 61 degrees in crystal river. brooksville, lower 60s. tampa international at 67 and 69 in st. petersburg. you look at the temperatures around the state, we're getting to the mid 70s or so over south florida and i just think in general, it will be another absolutely beautiful day today. you have the sunshine, the warmth. temperatures running a few degrees above up to about 84 for later today. vanessa? >>vanessa: right now we want to check in on the skyway bridge. 6:31 right now. you can see no big delays here but we have word from f.h.p. of high winds reported near the top of the bridge so use caution especially if you have a higher profile bridge. you see the bridge is open so you shouldn't be experiencing any needs to do work arounds or slowdowns. we lost the video stream. just be careful out there. we'll update you with another
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morning, the death of former u.s. attorney general janet reno. her goddaughter released a statement saying she died this morning, complications from parkinson's. she was the first woman to hold attorney general. she faced early criticism for the deadly raid on the branch dividian compound in waco. she later called it the worst day of her life. she was 78 years old. >>laura: this is a picture at the trumpal fairgrounds. you can see the line of camera, media as far as the eye can see. this is the last day before the election and every move the candidates make will be captured by these cameras. and it's not just the media waiting for trump. people have been lined up outside the arena for hours. >>russell: trump is not even expected to speak until 11:00 but our ken is there right now on this hectic final day of campaigning.
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what do you think, guys? >> yeah, trump, baby. trump, trump, trump, trump. >>reporter: obviously they are well invested in this process. i understand that people over here have been here since 6:00 last night. why would you do that? my gosh. you know you're getting a seat where you go in. >> this gives us an opportunity to be in the front row to see the next states. >>reporter: you're from where? >> sarasota. >>reporter: what did you talk about all night? >> politics, met quite a few interesting people walking the streets in the middle of the night. it's been quite interesting. >>reporter: did you ever do this before? >> no. first time. >>reporter: so good investment of time? >> absolutely. absolutely. well worth it. >>reporter: you have a buddy here from england. >> that's andrew. >>reporter: let's go to andrew. you're a real estate guy, right? >> i am.
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i'm you're voting in the states. >> first time. >>reporter: you're passionate. why so? >> i've seen what happened in the country the last eight years. i came here the right way, spent nine years getting my green card and citizenship and i've seen what's happening with the plans that hillary clinton has for amnesty and allowing refugees in the country and i really feel passionately that it's not the way that america should immigrants. i very much support legal immigration. that's what donald trump is offering. that's a very big issue. >>reporter: the polls are very close on these two, right? some put hillary ahead and others say head to head. what do you think? >> i think there's a movement. if you look, he's getting rallies of 1,500 people. i mean, she brings jay z and then brings more people in but
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with another five or 10,000 people waiting outside. i think it's a improvement and i think the people are realizing that the career corrupt politicians need to go. >>reporter: this is only the first stop for donald trump. mike pence will be on the road. democrats as well. we're positively down to the wire right now. a lot of people real excited here and other people excited around the country at rallies just like this one. back to you. >>laura: thank u. in florida until after the election. today she's stopping in pennsylvania, michigan and north carolina. in her place, vice president joe biden will be in st. pete along with his wife jill. they'll be joined by jimmy buffett for a special performance. the doors open at 3:00. >>russell: and here's a look at everything you need for hassle-free voting. polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. tomorrow. you need to bring a photo i.d. and a signature when you vote. you're allowed to take your sample ballot in the polling
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must vote at your assigned polling place. so make sure you double check before you leave the house. >>laura: threat of election day cyber attacks has prompted 48 states, including florida to request assistance from the department of homeland security. jay johnson and other cyber security experts insist that the chance of a hack altering the election is slim and part of th most voting machines are not connected to the internet. on top of that, each state runs machines. hackers could still cause plenty of trouble on election day. any attempt to hack the vote would add fuel to where there's already a tremendous amount of mistrust in the election. >> that they disrupt the reporting information, people will imply you can't trust the results. they will say you can't trust the results. >>laura: but perhaps the biggest threat for the average american is hackers getting access to voter data bases and that's their personal information.
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this is already happening in several states. >>russell: while hacking is illegal, did you know that trading your vote is not? you can freely trade your vote to someone in another state and it's perfectly legal. several vote swapping websites and apps have popped up in a few weeks. they allow republicans and democrats to trade their votes to third party supporters in key battle grounds, giving each of them a stake in a state that could have a greater impact. it it took seven years for a judge to say that vote swapping is protected as a form of free speech. >>laura: during the contentious election season, many people are stopping by susan b. anthony's grade to pay respects. she died in 1906, 14 years before women earned the right to vote in the u.s. and now as a tribute to her legacy, women are stopping by her grave in rochester, new york
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stickers. >>russell: you can own your very own white house and it will only cost $4 million. this 12,000 square foot faux version of the white house is in virginia. it's initially marketed for five million but the price was lowered for an auction last month. didn't sell. white house actually has fewer bedrooms than the replica but this version does not have an oval office, either. >>laura: you may have heard the cubs won t breaking a 108-year drought and it is a moment that fans will remember for the rest of their lives. bt it almost didn't happen. that game went into extra innings and a lot of newspapers were prepared to run a totally different story the next day. yesterday the "new york times" revealed what its sports page could have looked like had cleveland won. back when the indians were sitting on a 3-1 lead, the art department was told to go all out. they created a norman rockwell
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dubout. you can see an unhappy joe maddon. cubs went on to win in game seven and all the plans went out the window. >>russell: look at that. okay. a free workout, a free cup of coffee, even a free meal. some of the best election day deals around the bay area tomorrow. >>laura: and he's a monkey on the move. the move. bay area has another mys this is mike's office. 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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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. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh.
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>>dave: it is 6:42 on a lovely monday morning, and i know i'm loving the fact we have the sun up an hour earlier. it might take you by surprise early on this monday, but just a couple of minutes from now, the sun comes up over lake mirror. beautiful, beautiful start to the day. warmer along the coast as it
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sarasota, low to mid 6 # 0s in the polk county area, all the way to the highlands county. sebring is at 63 degrees and with that onshore wind flow, northeast wind, that will continue to keep the east coast warm this morning from 72 out at the cape to as warm as 77 in stewart. high pressure up to the northeast, you just continue to bound in the northeast wind which, as it moves across the state, is a warming wind. inclimate weather in texas and moving into parts of louisiana. but the thing is, as it tries to move our way, it doesn't look like it's going to happen so we get another couple of breezy, warm afternoon days. watch this front try and try and try to make its way down to the south and the east so really, all the rain with this trough just kind of sits out here in the middle of the gulf. now, initially it looked like it was going to be a little closer.
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in the forecast but looks like it may stay off to the west. what we look at for wednesday will be really just some cloud cover and a kick tiny shower at worst. that's the way it looks now. notice the rainfall amounts as you go back toward the west will be higher, especially in southeast louisiana. it's november. we don't get a lot typically of rain in november. this would have been nice but i think, you know, in large part it's going to stay toward the west, out to the west of us. partly cloudy and warm. 84 for a four degrees above normal. mostly clear, mild tonight. this is what's going to -- it's going to take a couple of days to get used to the sunsetting an hour earlier. 5:41 for the 64 for the overnight low and then clouds, sunshine and a whole bunch of loveliness for tomorrow with a high around 82 degrees. moderate chop for boaters. got an east wind for you at 15 knots and seven-day forecast, no significant rain, no significant cool or heat but we have a couple of things going on.
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fine. veterans day, all the activities outdoors, weather should be fine as well. okay, vanessa? >>vanessa: thank you. we'll get to the roads here about to switch over to 6:45 and really no big complaints going on right now. we have a couple of crashes we're seeing, no lane blocks reported for any of them so we'll urge you to use caution here in the holiday area. u.s. 19, this is pasco county and no lane blocks as i mentioned before, no big delays but you'll want to use caution herement live look westbound direction in the area of mango road. we have a reported hit and run crash also without any lane blocks but if you have a scene on the side of the roadway, remember that move over law. charley now, how was your weekend? >>charley: it was fantastic. let me say right now, i love standard time. i know people everywhere are complaining about it but look. i'm not standing in the dark. >>vanessa: i feel ya. it's nice. >>charley: it gets dark early and let's all go to bed because
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big sweet 16 party on friday for my daughter. >>vanessa: i saw the pictures. she's so pretty. >>charley: it could not have gone better. it was really great. saturday i was out at lake land that's a fundraiser for dare, the dachshund rescue group. very successful. a lot of fast dachsies out it's really a great event and i love what dare does anyway and then watching dachshunds race, there's something fun about that. some really get into it and others don't want to be bothered. >>vanessa: some of them like hop. don't some of them like hop. >>charley: they do a little bit of this. there's a lot of that. yep. a lot of that. got a great event this morning.
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safety town, if i didn't look big enough, i'm the giant. this is actually normal sized stop sign. this is all normal size. it's just me. we're going to take you inside safety town and the rain we're here, this weekend, you see the jeeps coming up here? we're jeepin for justice. that's what we're doing this weekend. a really fun fundraiser. you can come out here and if you got a jeep, they've got some competitions and all sorts of fun that they're going to have. offroading fun here at safety town and it all benefits the pasco county sheriff's office canine association this year, raising money for the canine unit. we're going to have the canines out here today, plenty of jeepz. we'll take a tour through safety town and this nice, lovely, bright time at 6:47. we'll have a "good day." >>vanessa: it really does look nice out there, too. >>charley: it's lovely. >>vanessa: enjoy.
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>>walter: time now is 6:47. controversial amendment on this year's ballot looks like it might pass. amendment two would legalize medical marijuana. a couple of years ago it didn't have enough support but that may change this time around. most state polls have enough votes. the alfred's post office is renamed. nearly 50 years ago, the 19-year-old was killed while serving in congressman introduced legislation for the name change. the family was there for the ceremony and say they're overwhelmed how many people came to honor his sacrifice. new mystery monkey is going places. it's been spotted all over pasco and pinellas counties. latest sighting was in clearwater. florida fish and wildlife says it's been inundated with people sending in pictures and that's what it's asking to you do if you see it. do not touch it, do not go close
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adventure on the water park will be packed this morning with firefighters for the annual advanced life support competition. adventure island is known for opening the mark for these events. you're looking at video of a canine drill that happened back in august. the wave pool will be filled with firefighters from 14 different departments across the state. they'll take part in some intense medical scenarios designed to be as realistic as possible. >>russell: wall street is announcement, how the markets
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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. trust us we know from experience. mom put her career on hold for us. to raise our family. she is a role model for everyone in our community. i'm proud of you mom, we both are. dana young for the florida senate. twenty four meals under four dollars! just like in 1934! four dollars was a lot in those days. that can't be right. no, i was there!
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you also got a shave, a shoeshine and a new suit. used to be called "steak 'n shake 'n shave 'n shoeshine 'n suit." they even put it on the sign! 'til it broke. is that a steak 'n shake suit? walter, does this look like a steak 'n shake suit? get 24 meals for under four dollars. only at steak 'n shake. putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. 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.
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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. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. it's the day before the election, and we've got a lot to >>laura: it is the last day before the election. >>russell: we've said the economy is one of the biggest
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good news for investors. let's get to lauren simonetti from the fox business network to talk about that announcement that came late yesterday and what it did to markets. good morning. >>reporter: it sent the markets up. we saw a deep selloff. james comey said the f.b.i. was going to reexamine the hillary clinton emails on her private server. the dow jumped 241 points. it's everywhere. stocks are rallying. although the polls are very, very close, this clearance for hillary clinton does make her a step ahead in the race for the white house. gold came down big time on this news. gold a safe haven. status quo would be hillary clinton as president. gold selling off and stocks
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voted, maybe you voteder, there are election day deals that you can get still, right? >>reporter: get the "i voted" sticker because that will get you free food and when you're done eat whying -- eating at krispy kreme, they'll give you a free donut. 7-eleven, free bob evans, free takeout if you have the coupon. >>russell: it is interesting. i think as we round the bend to this thing being over with, you can almost feel the exhale coming, right? you just can feel everybody just
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>> if it's really close, and this makes me worry we might not be able to breathe a sigh of relief. if it's really close, remember the year 2000? >>russell: don't go there. >> george w. bush and al gore, if that happens, oh, boy. especially in a cycle as contentious as this one. >>laura: and the supreme court split the way it is. there's a lot to think about. >>russell: all right. but i'm going to take my i'm taking my freebies tomorrow. enjoy my freebies. >>laura: pump a little iron and call it a day. >>russell: i was thinking the donuts. see you later. bye. strange is good at the box office at least. dr. strange easily dominated with $85 million in north american theaters. starring the neurosurgeon turned sorcerer, dr. strange opened internationally last weekend and
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globally. it's the 14th to open at number one. it's one of the lesser known properties, far surpassed antman's $52.2 million launch but fell short. dr. strange topped trolls at 30 million and accountant at 13.1 million. i saw it. >>laura: and? >>russell: i liked it. it's trippi. it's very trippy. >>laura: he's an >>russell: there's that. >>laura: this time tomorrow, folks, the polls will be getting ready to open as we elect a new president. today the candidates are busy with a final day of campaigning. at 7:00, how our state is playing a major role. >>russell: and we're learning more about the death of an 18-year-old from manatee county. she survived so much only to be shot and killed last night. >>laura: and he's known for his
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you're not on the racetrack. >>dave: clouds and sunshine to start. i say that, sunshine, because yeah, it's up before 7:00, folks. it's a nice start to our monday. 67 degrees that current temperature. next three days, 84, 82, 80 so it's getting comfier and comfier as the week moves along. just that tiny little 20% rain chance on wednesday. 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,
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((russell- it's seven o'clock. only 24 hours until the start of election day. the presidential race i >>russell: 7:00 and 24 hours until the start of election day. the presidential race too close to call. florida will be a >>reporter: right now two manatee county parents are trying to make sense of losing their daughter. i'm here at the manatee county sheriff's office with the parents of mariah hope goode. deputies are still investigating her death. i'll speak with her parents straight ahead. >>laura: and young and naive. millennials losing money. why they're the generation most vulnerable to a scam. and welcome to the 7:00 hour of "good day tampa bay." i'm laura moody. >>russell: and i'm russell rhodes. a lot ahead this morning.


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