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national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] m musician, friend and father. we begin with a family stunned after what appears to be or may appear to be a string of the worst luck imaginable. for the second time in a year, a car crashed right through their they had just moved back in, and he reports from their tampa neighborhood. >> reporter: for the second time in seven months a car came down this street, run through their yard and bashed through the wall of the home. the first time it went through the wall of a living room and the second time through the wall of a bedroom. both times it left a family homeless. it's hard enough to go through once. >> a drunk driver plowed through
>> that put the father of her children in the hospital. >> they ran him over 50, 60 miles per hour. >> after seven months staying on couches her family barely supported by disability checks was able to move back in. >> we weren't even unpacked or anything. >> friday night she was out when -- >> i received a call from the sheriff's office stating please give us a call. they're an dpkz at your house. >> it happened again. didn't realize that pine lake end and drove through the home at the t on oregon. deputies say that she was drunk. >> unless this home has an omen or something.pi don't know. it's pretty much bad luck, i guess. it's not good luck for sure. >> since deputies say it's unsafe, they're forced to scramble again for a place to stay. she has a history of medical problems and survives on social security. >> right now i don't have the
to get something set up. >> there is one thing to be thankingful for. everyone she loves survived. >> we're strong and all thankful no one was hurt. that's the main thing. >> after all this she's not sure whether she wants to move back in a home, why risk a third strike? also developing tonight out of south tampa, another ral lay driver for robbed at gunpoint last night. you may recall two other drivers for burns were robbed in may. crystal clark joins us live from the steakhouse. you spoke to a victim, right? >> reporter: that's right, chris. the very first victim. he didn't want to give us his last name because he's very much afraid. the suspect that robbed him is still out there. he said he left his job at burns after he was robbed because he
joshua, want man we spoke to earlier today, says he was walking through a nearby alley in may to retrieve a customer's car. a man came out holding a handgun and demanded moin and he gave him $200 and ran. he installed lights near the alleyway, but a few weeks later another valet was robbed. this third incident on sunday night, all the details are the same. same alley, same description of a tall, thing white male joshua says more teeds to be done. >> it's a combination of the lack of effort and support from burns, from the police department and maybe the city. it seems like not much is done. >> joshua was contacted one time by a detective after the robbery. he left two voice mails
the second victim was even asked to take a lie detector test. despite the similars and the suspect descriptions, they call sunday's case an isolated incident. at this point as far as we know, none of those suspects in all three cases have been arrested. back to you. >> see if burns does anything to address this as well from its standpoint. crystal clark live in south tampa. thank you. zo this is the first look attack on ohio state. they released this photo of 18-year-old abdul razak ali artan. he's the man that injured 11 people when he jumped a curb, drove through the crowd and got out and stabbed people. now investigators are trying to determine if artan had any ties to terrorist groups. mike tobin has more on that. along the young university officer that stopped it fast. >> reporter: a monday morning attack at ohio state university.
fired and one down. >> reporter: officials say an 18 d 18-year-old osu student drove a car into a crowd on campus and then got out with a butcher knife and started to stab people. >> he appeared on the sidewalk. it hit everyone in front. >> i thought it was an accident until the game came out with a knife honestly. >> reporter: a nearby police officer quickly responded, shooting and killing the suspec these first responders did. >> 11 people were injured, 1 critically. >> fra what i understand from both doctors here they expect a full recovery. >> sources tell fox news the suspect was a refugee from somalia who became a legal, permanent u.s. resident. >> we can confirm that the suspect was an osu student named abdul razak ali artan.
background, they were searching his home on monday. >> i'm completely astonished. he was nice and decently mannered. >> the house committee says it bears the hallmarks of a terror attack. law enforcement sources tell fox news the suspect made a social media declaration on monday complaining about the treatment of muslims. at the ohio state university campus, mike tobin, fox news. a man people with his lively music and personality died last night. tonight an entire pasco county community remembering rob cartwright. he died in a cash when a car turned in front of his motorcycle last night. cartwright was not only a father and friend to me, he was a fiddle player for the group called the bearded brothers band. here's video of that band performing. the family said the group was on the verge of really taking off.
when he played with charlie daniels at the hard rock. his family said he had a big spirit that will never be replaced. >> an incredible personing person and musician who touched a lot of people everywhere around the area through his music, through things that he's done to help others. >> he is one of the most greatest in my life. and now having to grow up without him. it's a task i didn't think i'd have to bear. >> the bearded brothers band also released a statement saying that rob's love for life and music lifted everyone up, and there will never be another man like him. six years after he killed a local father, trevor dooley
a new trial and asking to be let out on bond pending the hearing. josh is in the courtroom today. what happened, and make people remember this story, too. it was very big when it happened. essentially we heard from attorneying on both sides and loved ones on both sides, but the judge is holding off on a decision for a day sore so and they ask you to set a while he awaits his new trial. he killed david james in 2010 on a basketball court in front of james' daughter. at the time dooley claimed he was defending himself, but the jury did not agree and he was sentenced to eight years. now, back in april an appeals court ruled there were errors during his sentencing and his appellate lawyers were ineffective, so he gets a new trial.
awaiting that new trial. >> every time this happens, it's like, you know, it just rips open those old wounds. it hurts just as bad. i feel like we still have to fight for dj because he doesn't have a voice anymore. he needs justice. >> reporter: and that, of course, david james' wife reacting to the bond hearing. so the big question, will he or that's the million dollar question. today the judge said he would make a decision in a day or two, so we expect tomorrow tuesday or possibly wednesday. we keep you updated on the latest. we're live in tampa, josh cascio, fox 13 news. this update out of st. pete tonight where the state attorney's office ruled that the shooting death of john zamola was justified. they shot him after he charged at them with a knife on november
st. pete. they said the lives were in danger and they had authority to use deadly force. coming up, the death of fidel castro adding fuel to already heated debate in u.s. palmtics. politics. that's judge so many people are frustrated and voted for a change candidate in the last election. >> what the white house has to say, and how this could change that thaw in relations with cuba right after the break. what's our week shaping up to >> it looks changeal and warm and muggy tonight. >> they're done and track a couple of cold fronts and talk about that and incredible and about that and incredible and sad information from ten z26htz z16fz
sounds from y25ehy y16fy the sounds from a 21-gun salute filling the air in cuba today, a tribute to there's a week of memorial services to bid farewell to the man who ruled cuba for almost half a century. president obama won't attend the services, but the words he used to describe castro's death have sparked yet another passionate political argument. fox's kevin cork reports. >> pathetic. that's how some described president obama's statement regarding the death of cuban dictator fidel castro who died over the weekend at 90. in a statement the president
in the united states with powerful emotions, recalling the countless ways in which fidel castro altered the course of individual lives, families and of the cuban nation. adding, quote, history will record and judge the enormous impact of this singular figure on the people and the world around him. obviously, unimpressed congressional lawmakers pounced immediately. florida senator marco rubio tweeted, president obama issued a pat thettic statement on the death of fidel castro with no and imprisoned. then there was this from florida congressman carlos car bello whose fame was personally targeted about by the castro regime. >> that's why so many voted for a change candidate in the last election. because they see and listen to politicians like the president in this case who are unwilling to state a simple truth. that fidel castro was a di dictator, a murderer, an enemy of the united states.
press secretary josh earnest said the pres's statement didn't whitewash his past. >> to issue a blistering statement and engage in the mutual recriminations that are tied to the past doesn't advance freedom or democracy on the island nation of cuba. >> reporter: at the white house, kevin cork, fox news. >> castro's death comes as the obama administration renewed relations with cuba, but the thawing could easily refreeze under trump tweeted today, if cuba is unwilling to make a better deal for the cuban people, the cuban-american people and the u.s. as a whole, i will terminate the deal. the first commercial flight from the u.s. to havana departed from miami today. this was an american airlines flight. southwest flights from tampa to havana will begin on december 12th. these flights are made possible under those newly restored and perhaps tenuous ties between
bishop for the church in st. petersburg. parks sat in on several meetings today as the transition got underway. he comes to the diocese of st. pete after leading in tallahassee and pensz cole. opportunity and calls his leadership style approachable. >> as a bishop, i've always tried to be a pastor, so i try to be pasto relationships with priests and with those i encounter through the ministry. >> parks is somewhat familiar with the area, because back in the '80s he worked in the financial sector before going to seminary. checking outside again now, it's been a -- so dry for so long. we haven't seen rain in a while. >> i looked at the pictures from gatlinburg, tennessee tonight. >> right now last i heard 16 buildings are burning in
mandatory evacuation in some of that very popular tourist town, resort town in tennessee. a gateway to the smoky mountains. here's a picture of the mountains pretty much on fire. the good news, and i tell you, it's really good news the fact there's bands of rain moving over eastern tennessee right now. without a doubt this is a dire situation in gatlinburg, tennessee, and you'll be seeing i think in the news tomorrow of a hotel in gatlinburg where - fire is pretty much engulfing the hotel. so it's a bad scene. it really is. now, this is kind of interesting folk froms a weather state on the east side of gatlinburg, 118 degrees. now, that's not because it was a hot, sunny day. this is understand arizona. this is literally heat from nearby fires that have made the
stopped working for obviously reasons. look at some of the numbers here. humidity was 21%. look at the winds. south-southwest at 43, and gusting to 69 miles per hour. again, this station stopped working soon after we saw the 118 degrees on the east side of gatlinburg. so here it is. there is light rain over eastern tennessee. in the short term there's a the fires around the city. there's also fires elsewhere. good soaking in alabama, so this is good for the folks from birmingham all the way up to huntsville near atlanta now, which has been very dry. they get some rain up along the blue ridge parkway and up by boone and banner elk we get rain, too. it will rain for a couple of days, so that's good. the situation right now, the
the winds for us have turned around. we had a brief surge yesterday, and now the winds to the southeast. even had showers in sarasota county along coastal manatee and sarasota for a time tonight. enough to turn the windshield wipers on. right now we're in the 60s and low 70s, getting kind of muggy, too. dew points are up and watch for patchy fog late tonight. right now we're 71 and the d the winds are east-southeast at 8. here's a slow-moving cold front, and this is good news. rain from michigan and then rain all the way down the bend to about coastal louisiana and mississippi. in front will slow down and produce more rain for them. this front won't impact us in the short term, but there is another front heading our way next week. it has a better chance of rain monday and tuesday, and by the way, the long-range all looked
mid-december looks cold for us. it's still a week or two away. we'll see how that plays out. sprinkles tonight end and patchy fog and mild and 68. mix of clouds and sun and kind of breezy and a human day tomorrow with highs in the low to mid-80s and more of the same on wednesday. kind of sticky, a mixture of clouds and sun and back in the low to mid-80s. there will be a weak front impacting us on thursday briefly cooler, a little, friday and saturday and hopefully a better chance of rain sunday into monday. back to you. >> all right, paul. thank you, sir. when we checked the video out of gatlinburg, the pictures are absolutely heart-breaking. >> it's so sad. parts of pigeon forge. it's strange to see an advisory saying it's evacuated. praying for those people tonight for sure. cyber monday fever. >> while you shop from the
it's what the holidays are made of. sweet cinnamon-sugar on the outside, crazy on the inside. many of you probably crave those crazy squares. spent your afternoon or evening shopping online... trying to take ad probably a lot of you spent your afternoon or evening shopping online to take advantag o but meanwhile imagine what's going on behind the scenes just to see how busy places like amazon get on days like this, look no further than ruskin. >> david martin visited the fulfillment center there where all your presents are processed. >> reporter: it's 28 football fields large, 1 million square feet in ruskin. it's the second one of kind in florida.
they're all cranking right now for cyber monday. you have 3500 employees back there plus a bunch of robots. what are they doing? >> it's great. they work together with the associates. the robots actually bring over the items, and the social will pick it and put it in totes behind you. >> if you as a customer order something off amazon.com, it goes in a yellow tote like you see here and go to our pack ship operation to an associate to pack it into a box and go to enters a truck. zo this is like the raw material if you will, so to speak? >> that's correct. >> how does it b to go down which conveyor belt? >> our software is designed to read labels on the totes and divert them towards the line they need to go for that customer shipment. >> 54 million items bought on cyber monday last year. do you break that this year? >> we are going to. that's our plan.
what's left of it. third straight for the bucs. what caused in mid-season turn-around? i'll show you. vernon got a lot of support from every corner of raymond james o. he's the seahawks hugged him after the big win. verner plays the game of his life just days after the passing of his fa the holidays don't officialy begin, until it's time to make:
the old band was watches over the new bucs defense at the stadium. the young bucs want to make them proud. they turned in their best performance of the year against the best team in the nfc, the seattle seahawks. they sacked russell wilson six times and a season high of four right there. also hit him 11 times and picked off two of his passes. the bucs have racked up 27 sacks
dirk koetter says the offense just needs to keep pace with the lights-out defense. >> we're not going to win very many games scoring 14 points. last night or defense ruled the day. our defense stole the show and deservedly gets the credit. you know, the flipside of that is we need to take advantage of opportunities and and that was a game we should have scored 28 points. >> the bucs part. the fact he played at all is remarkable. two days before the game his dad passed away unexpectedly. we show you verner's emotional journey. >> verner took the field to honor his late father and made a stirring play just before halftime. an interception that he dedicated to his dad.
i know what his response would have been. would have been smiling and very, very proud. i'm thinking about how he was reacting. so i'm definitely thinking about him. >> the team in turn was thinking about him. he led the effort to rally around his teammate. >> that's my brother. before the game whether i broke it down, i asked the team, i said do we break it down on family to do it say or mean it? >> what a family member or brother is hurting, you have to pick him up. it was amazing to play this game. a lesser man couldn't have done it. >> richard sherman was among the seahawks that offered thoughts and prayers. for verner, the win was terrific but he says his dad would be most proud of how hard he played. >> he was the most caring, loving person you'll know. he would talk to a stranger, and
will cher rich forever. through the bad and good and everything. that's the time type of man he was. >> and certainly our thoughts and prayers are with the family this week as you go through this tough time. cynthia. before we go, we want to remind you tomorrow is giving tuesday. >> fox 13 is teaming up with metropolitan ministries on governor street near nebraska and cass. if you're closer to holiday, drop off donations at u.s. 19 in holliday. donation tents will be open until 7:00 p.m. and we pasted that information for you on the website. >> if you're waiting to go by and make a donation, tomorrow is the day. come by and say hi. the news keeping going online at fox13news.com. >> "money, power & politics" is
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