tv Good Day Tampa Bay 5AM FOX November 11, 2016 5:00am-6:00am EST
developing this morning: a deadly deputy-involved shooting. we're live with the series of events that put officers in harm's way... and cost a man his life. ((jen chaos, coast to coast. a second night of anti-trump riots, damaging businesses, starting fires, even shutting an interstate down. ((walter thank you to a veteran today? a look several ways you can honor our military men and women. good day tampa bay starts now. (walter - take vo) ((walter)) its now 5:?? thanks for joining us this veterans day.. i'm walter allen((jen)) and i'm jen epstein. let's start off with a check of the forecast, with dave.
police are investigagating a homicide this morning.. that took place at a tampa gas station. officers say they found a mans body at the sunoco gas station.. around 7 last night on north nebraska avenue. they rushed him to a local hospital.. where he later died.. the cause of death still isn't know.. and a suspect hasn't been identified.. in polk county.. a family fight with deadly consequences. deputies... were called to break things up... and that's when things took an even more frightening turn. fox 13's shayla reaves is live in lakeland with a at how this all unfolded..
thanks, shayla.. overnight in tampa.. more anti-trump protests.. one downtown and the other in the streets of ybor city.. hundreds of people held signs, yelled and made it clear that donald trump.. does not represent them... and it wasn't just here at home... there was unrest across the nation. police in new york manned barricades outside trump tower to keep demonstrators at bay... as protests in portland, oregon turned violent.. trump himself -- taking to twitter once again... writing in part: "professional protesters, incited by the media, are protesting. very unfair!" for more on all this.. we turn to fox's rob schmitt.. in new york.. chyrons:00:00 - 00:03 washington, dc00:04 - 00:18 new york, ny00:19 - 00:26 minneapolis, mn00:27 - 00:30 denver, co00:31 - 00:33 los angeles, ca00:34 - 00:36 san francisco, ca00:36 - 00:46 ella gibson / high schooler protesting donald trump00:52 - 01:21 eric garcetti / mayor of los angeles01:22 - 01:33 rob schmitt / new york, ny / fox news (on-cam "fox news" tag) ----------------------------- ----------------------------- -----------------------------
--------------- another night of unrest across the nation as protesters take to the streets angry over the results of the presidential election. police manning barricades outside trump tower in new york city to keep anti-trump demonstrators at bay. dozens gathered there for the second night chanting slogans like "not my president" and "pay your taxes" among many others similar scenes playing out in cities across the nation... aerials from minneapolis show police barricading a highway as protesters continue filing by... hundreds taking to the streets in denver, colorado... in california, students took part in walk-outs across the state, from los angeles to san francisco.gibson says "i just don't think that donald trump is fit to run our country because of all of the terrible things he said to people and all the terrible things he accuses people of doing. i just don't support that as the leader of our country." elected officials hopeful that president elect donald trump will be able to heal the rift this vicious presidential campaign has caused across the nation.garcetti says " the things that were said that were not partisan about women, about our muslim brothers and sisters, about immigrants. this campaign started remember with singling about mexicans and mexican-americans. those have a very long term and traumatic effect on people, and i hope that presen been said and to be an example."(on cam tag) donald trump took to twitter actually upset about these protests and blaming the media for inciting the demonstrations. in new
back at home.. 150-thousand dollars worth of cell phones and electronics are missing this morning.. and hillsborough county deputies need your help nd deputies say the thieves forced their way into the t-mobile store on east brandon boulevard.. by breaking through a rear concrete wall. this happened yesterday. once inside, they stole the cell phones and electronics from the store's storage cage.. deputies say they also broke into a safe.. and took an undisclosed amount of cash. if you know anything -- you're asked to call the sheriff's office.. a 33-year old mixed martial arts instructor is in the hillsborough county jail this morning.. after deputies say he sexually abused a 12
"nelson ivan del valle-nazario" was arrested thursday at his gym on waters avenue. deputies say they recorded him on the phone.. admitting to having sexual relations with the young girl between march of 20-15... and september of this year.. he has been charged with two counts of lewd and lascivious behavior.. and is being held on 30-thousand dollars bond. orange county deputies have releasd body cam footage... of the deadly pulse nightclub shooting in june... the video was released on arguments from the city's attorneys -- and testimony from victims' family members. the shooter... omar mateen... killed 49 people and wounded dozens... when he opened fire on the gay nightclub on june 12th. there are new questions this morning.. about the potential role sexual transmission may play.. in the spread of zika -- from men to women... a new c-d-c study shows... adult women in puerto rico are ?significantly more
29-thousand confirmed cases... researchers say 62 percent were female. they believe it may be because women are ?more likely than men to seek care if they're sick. the c-d-c says more research needs to be done to know the answer. today is a day of thanks.. and of rememberance for all those who are currently.. and have served our country.. this veterans day.. there are a number of events taking place across the bay area-- which will honor those brave men and women in uniform.. from the parade in down-town tampa.. to the bay pines ceremony later this morning. in our area.. at fox 13 news dot com.. there -- you'll also find a number of freebies being offered to vets today.. and starting at 7:00 this morning, i'll be live with a look at how several groups are coming together to put veterans in homes for the holidays. a man said to be a donald trump supporter is attacked and beaten in chicago..(jen) it's pretty rare to see a bald eagle.
america runs on dunkin'. attorneys for donald trump.. have agreed to enter settlement talks.. in a class- action fraud lawsuit.. the suit involves the president-elect and his now- defunct trump university. the class action suit was supposed to go to trial on the 28-th. the suit is 6-and- a-half years old... and the settlement might end it before trump takes office in january. the lawsuit says trump-u.. failed on a promise to teach success in real estate. the case gained national attention.. after trump said the judge presiding over the case is biased against him.. because of his mexican heritage. in chicago -- new video has surfaced.. that appears to show several teenagers attacking a man -- because he voted for donald trump. the video was posted to the website of our sister station in chicago. it shows a man being punched, kicked, and robbed at a busy intersection. another video allegedly shows those same attackers stealing the victim's car and driving away. chicago
after two of his top aides were convicted in the "bridge-gate" scandal.. top democrats in new jersey are urging lawmakers to consider impeachment proceedings against governor chris christie.. in a statement.. the state's senate majority leader says christie knew about the conspiracy to close lanes on the george washington bridge.. as a form of retaliation against a democratic mayor who wouldn't endorse him... christie -- who is currently heading up donald trump's white house transition team.. ha knowledge of the lane closures. former u-s congressman "aaron schock" is facing a 24-count federal indictment.. for defrauding the government and his campaign committees. the former illinois lawmaker has been under investigation for a spending scandal... that included the remodeling of his capitol hill office in the style of the television series "downton abbey." schock resigned last year... and says any wrong-doing was the result of what he calls "honest mistakes." animal rescue crews
one.. but two american bald eagles were spotted near a storm drain... one was inside.. while the other stood nearby, watching over it. one of the eagles flew away.... eventally able to rescue the other eagle... by wrapping a blanket around her.. and pulling it to safety. experts say this time of year... they see large numbers of bald eagles fighting - and sometimes those fights results in injuries. the "audubon center for birds of prey" plans to keep a close eye on the eagle they rescued.. and ni
no closed captioning is available for traffic. as we honor our those who served our country, more programs are being added to help those dealing with the lingering effects of war. fox's "willie james inman".. has the story. chyrons:16 veteran0:35 - 0:38 willi james inman/fox news multimedia reporter0:58 - 1:01 michael rogan, artist & vietnam veteran ----------------------------- ----------------------------- ----------------------------- ----------------------------- ----------------------------- ----------------------------- ----------------------------- ----------------------------- ---- creative expression can have a therapeutic effect and for veterans it helps battle the invisible scars of war coleman says: "i've had nightmares throughout the last 45 years of being forced into a cage and i'm hoping that by doing and seeing what i've got here that is going to help release that." when wally kollmann returned from a tour in vietnam, he knew something was different. coleman says: "i've been diagnosed with ptsd, post-traumatic stress." the national endowment for the arts runs a miliatry healing arts program and now an increase in funding will allow them to help more veterans. in 2016 congress added nearly 2 million dollars to the budget for art therapy programs like those at 60 of the nation's va medical centers. right now there are seven sites with plans to add an additional five by the end of 2017. a significant percentage of combat veterans are diagnosed with ptsd and many are at risk of suicide.. while cognitive therapy
rogan says: "what i do, is i start drawing and i get right into that emotion. i get in touch with myself." according to a survey by the intrepid center of excellence - 85% of art therapy participants found the treatment helpful. for kollmann this is his way of a expressing his emotions to the world.kolman says: "it kind of released those nightmares. so i'm hoping that from this point forward that i might be able to sleep just a little bit better."sot in jackson, mississippi, willie james inman, fox news. still to come.. it's another still to come.. news.james inman, fox mississippi, willie in jackson, sot in jackson, mississippi, willie james inman, fox news. still to come.. it's another month.. and another record set at st.
time is 5:xx.. another record has been set at st. pete-clearwataer international airport.. close to 154-thousand passengers passed through the terminal doors.. which is a 12 percent rise over the same month last year.. many of those are domestic travelers... just 140 people flew international in october.. but those numbers are expected to rise..
toronto.. the airports biggest airline is still allegiant.. they just started a new non-stop service to trenton, new jersey.. and are starting a seasonal non-stop service to portsmouth, new hampshire next thursday.. 100 years after the first airports started popping up around the u-s... we now have the nation's first air and space port. after four years and close to a million dollars... an airport in midland, texas has been converted to handle space traffic. the sierra nevada corporation's "dream chaser" can land. the city decided it didn't want to rely on the oil industry... especially after suffering from the recent oil bust. although midland's space industry is relatively new... support businesses are already moving in. the city is also building a huge new business park that it hopes// will one day be full of space-related companies. new documents show that yahoo waited 18 months... to launch an investigation.. into a massive data breach
breach wasn't disclosed until september of this year.. but yahoo acknowledged .. that the company first became aware of the hack in late 2014... they are now investigating ?who in the company knew about the breach.. snapchat is looking way beyond filters... the social media company is now selling smart ?sunglasses. you can buy a pair from ?this funky yellow vending machine. the first one has been installed in venice beach, california... near snapchat run about 130-dollars and feature built-in wireless video cameras. snapchat did not say how many vending machines they plan to install. a new survey says more than half of all shoppers this holiday season.. plan on giving a gift card for a present.. but you may want to think twice before placing it in the card.. the same study found that only around one in four people say they prefer gift cards.. over an
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other damage. meantime -- trump took to twitter last night blaming the media for inciting the demonstrations. ((walter a rare bed bug has returned to florida... after disappearing for 60 years. the tropical bed bugs were found in brevard county. they are resistant to a lot of chemicals... and multiply faster than other bed bugs. experts believe someone vacationing overseas brought them back to the state. they say you should leave your suitcase in the garage... and throw clothes directly into the dryer after going on a trip. if you find them... make sure to call an expert for help. police in clearwater are looking for the man on your screen this morning.. officers say he robbed the speed-way convenience store on harn boulevard.. around 5-a-m on thursday morning.. when the clerk tried to stop him from leaving.. he was struck over the head with a cash drawer.. if you know who he is -- you're asked to call clearwater p-d.. florida lawmakers are being told to hold off on texting lobbyists.. while in
use all together..but lawmakers could be watched more closely the next time they're gazing into their gadgets.. any lobbyist caught communicating via text during session.. could lose their privilege to lobby... incoming house speaker richard corcoran from land 'o lakes is leading the effort.. it's unclear exactly how he will enforce it..but lawmakers will receive training on appropriate phone use under the new rule come november 22.. a dose of cuteness this friday morning.. a really never too late to find mister or misses right. 95-year-old carlos suarez and 80-year-old maria cobar... tied the knot in north miami beach yesterday... the two love birds met less than a year ago... and say it was definitely love at first sight. in sports this morning.. the ravens now have sole
last night.. 28-to-7. joe flacco threw three touchdown passes on the road to victory.. cleveland has now opened the season with 10 straight losses... for the first time since joining the n-f-l in 19-50. and how about this.. a pack of about 20 mongoose scampered across a golf course during a p-g-a european tour event in south africa.. while it's uncommon for a pack of wild animals to interrupt play... the mong to move any of the balls yesterday. after the furry sports fans cleared the green... play continued without issue... fox 13's scott smith has the rest of this morning's sports headlines. the lightning have
little roll against the new york islanders... dealing them frustration at every turn... dating back to last seasons conference semi... the bolts have now beaten them 6 times in a row... and again the lightning out of the gates quickly on the isles... first period, lightning remember, this team struggled on the power play last season... not this year...steven stamkos scores from the circle... that's the bolts' 13th power play goal of the year... the captain's 8th goal.... still in the first, watch nikita kucherov work deep in the islander zone... steals the puck as the lightning keep it in the zone... eventually, finding it's way back to kucherov who scores from the point... lightning up 2-0 after 1... bolts on the power play again in the second... just watch how they control the puck... tape to tape passing ending with tyler johnson scoring.... the lightning's fifteenth power play goal of the year, the most in the nhl... 3-nothing lead.... tampa bay keeps pouring it on in the third... the fourth line getting in the action with brian boyle scoring... his fourth... andrey vasilevskiy has 31 saves as the lightning win 4-1 dirk koetter cautioned, not to get too far ahead of ou playing on sunday is still up in the air... meanwhile, receiver mike evans has cleared concussion protocol and is good to go... guard kevin pamphile and receiver russell shepard are not quite ready to play.potentially having martin in the backfield would be a big boost to this offense... and it's been a slow healing process back from the hamstring... especially re- aggravating the injury last month... martin said he thought he was ready to return right before he tweaked it again... ?so, needless to say he's having to be extra patient this time around... but he's optimistic about a
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it is 5:??: time now to find out what's happening on the roads - with our "skyfox on time traffic". no closed captioning is available for traffic. being the victim of bullying is tough for kids. they often feel helpless and unloved. this week's hometown hero knows what it's like to be picked on... and now he's using his experience to teach kids how to speak up and stand up for themselves. 16 year old levi fallavolita has a simple message victims of bullying...be courageous. (sot)it does take a lot of courage to talk about bullying. levi knows all too well what it's like to get picked ona he spent most of his 5th grade year hiding from bullies. (sot) they were saying unpleasant stuff and they were just kind of being mean but then it just got worse and worse and became physical too like hitting and pushing. even though he kept it to himself.. levis' mom says she knew was something wrong. (sot)i just noticed something was different levi was always silly, outgoing he
until a bully threatened levi with a gun... that he finally asked for help... and the situation got better.levi channelled his pain into something good...writing two children's books about his experience with bullies.(sot) it made me feel really great that i was helping other people going through similar situations he used his book signings as a platform for his "be courageous campaign"... speaking to kids and at schools across the country. (sot) i decided that it's important to go to those schools and talk about it before they get into middle school and high school and it becomes more severe. he's received a lot of recognition for his good work. including the diana awarda an award given out to young roles models who help transform the lives of others. and the daily point of light awarda& which honors people making meaningful change in communities across america. levi even got to meet congressmen ron barber, who was injured in the same shooting that left gabrielle giffords with severe brain damage. (sot)i was able to on the floor of congressman with him and talk to congressman and senators which was really cool and i was only 12 years old so that was a good experience.levi recently took his anti bullying platform national.. taking part in dove's self esteem project, 'be the change'. but the goal for levi... aren't the book signings or awards... it's h
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there's much more to come on good day. let's turn it over to russell and laura - to find out what's ahead in our 6 o'clock hour. a mom - shot in both legs.. one of her sons pulled the trigger... the other son saved her life.. shayla reaves is live in lakeland - to explain how a simple argument over a "car" started this family feud... and how deputies put an end to it - by using force. also ahead - the c-e-o of a company sends an email to all his employees.. if you agree with president-elect trump - hand in your workers are reacting to the ultimatum. and: boy do we need this, this morning.. a box of chocolates! chocolate labs, that is! find out
police unleash tear gas and rubber bullets, after a once peaceful anti-trump protest >>laura: police unleash tear gas and rubber bullets after a once peaceful anti-trump protest turns into a riot. what the president elect is violent. >>russell: new body camera footage moments after the deadly pulse nightclub attack. how authorities hope it could save lives. >>laura: and the science behind a super moon. why nasa is urging everyone to soak in the view this weekend. >>dave: still 61 degrees at tampa international. one of the few spots left in the 60s because, boy, folks, in some areas it's jacket weather.