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tonight.. brazilian police charge olympic swimmer ryan lohte with filing a false report. but will he go back to brazil to face a judge? the news starts in sixty seconds. in florida, it used to be that if a child, a senior or one of our four legged friends was trapped in a hot car you and i were not allowed to save them unless we were willing to be sued. has government lost its mind? so i fixed the law to make sure we are all empowered to rescue can do. after all the love they give. dana young for the florida senate.
right now at ten.. organizers of the sunset music festival.. are promising change after two deaths and dozens of people were rushed to the hospital. when the city could decide.. the festival's future. a serious computer hack.. forced the city of sarasota to ?shut down its computer network for more than a day! why the f-b-i is now involved...
and resorts.. get together to talk zika! what they're doing.. to protect florida's multi-billion dollar tourism industry. (mark/ good evening, i'm mark wilson...(kelly) and i'm kelly ring.. thanks for joining us. (kelly/ new at ten.. the organizers of the sunset music festival are promising new standards to prevent what happened last may. two people died fr overdoses, and 57 people were rushed to local hospitals. (kelly/ fox 13's evan axelbank is live at raymond james stadium, evan, what are they promising? the two people who died were rushed to the hospital
detectives in pinellas say a father put his baby daughter in great danger. they were tipped off by an aquaintance of douglas fountain, who told them he was using drugs... and driving his pickup truck...with his baby in the front seat. deputies pulled him over in largo. his baby was strapped in to her car seat next to him. detectives found crystal meth next to the baby's bottle... along with a glass pipe and several knives. he's charged with dui, child abuse and drug possession, among others. the baby is now protection investigators. pasco county detectives want to find the thieves who stole out-board motors from several boats. the criminals staked out the pelican marine in hudson. the thieves cut the lock to the rear gate... and even moved a business vehicle to gain access to the lot with the boats. detectives are on the lookout for two vehicles caught by surveillance cameras... one is a white f-150... the other is
information is asked to call the pasco county sheriff's office. (mark/ new at ten.. we're learning of a serious computer hack a& that literally shut down the city of sarasota's computer network. it's called - ransomwarea& and it's a growing problem facing organizations across the countrya tonight the fbi - is involved in the case. (mark/ fox 13's josh cascio... live in sarasota tonight... josh, we have to be more careful than ever these days "what we click on"... at home ?and? at work... that malicious locked up the city's computers for several hours -
if you're an i-phone user.. it's time to install a new security update.. apple says they pushed out the update.. after powerful espionage software was found targeting an activist's i-phone in the middle east. the spyware takes advantage of three previously undisclosed weaknesses in apple's mobile operating system... taking complete control of the phone. apple says it fixed the vulnerability immediately after learning about it. olympic swimmer ryan lochte is being called back to rio by brazilian police... but will he go? (kelly/ still ahead.. the ?charges against him.. and why he might have to go back to rio to face them! (mark / and a teen with autism.. wants to let others into his world. see what 14-year-old "michael" is
charges and then he has to decide if he will go to brazil to answer them. he admitted lies when he and three fellow swimmers were robbed at gunpo gu gunpoint in t this security video shows that the men they were talking about were security guards confrenting them after the swimmers vandalized a gas station bathroom. but until brazil i can't law, the crime has a maximum penalty of 18 months in prison. he could be tried in absentia, but the united states and brazil do have an extra addition treaty although brazil has a long history of not extraditing its own citizens to other nations.
if lochte is found guilty. but this raises questions about his future. he is planning to take time off from swimming right now but also wants to compete in the tokyo games in 2020, and he will be on this season's dancing with the stars and that starts next month. >> also, tonight we want to tell but a former fox 13 family member has passed away, larry elliston was a here for 15 years, from the late 070's to '92, and he also postd downtown florida and worked on jjack hannah animal adventures. our thoughts and prayers are with his friends and family
his and his work with live on. a true journalist in every sense of the word and what a storyteller. >> and just his video, he had an eye for it and he loved florida. >> and wtvt will always be proud of him. >> he was here in '90 and he was here in '92. a great storyteller. weekend forecast is on a lot of your minds. first things first. a sunset, beautiful from the courtney c campbell from dennis, and the bay really on fire again tonight and this one madeira reach from kathleen, and siesta
winds stay up from the east and northeast all day. that is a land wind and it really heats up, 94 today, and the record 95, missed it by one, and the morning low 78 degrees. not a lot of wind at the surface. most of the stronger winds are aloft, and that means that the showers that develop have been shscooting quickly from southeat rain moving to the west, it should be wet in the southern third of the state because of
that it's not going to be much. these showers zip along and do not last in one spot for more than 15 to 20 minutes and that's about it. but tuesday would be dif frent t if we get moisture from the invest coming our way. a lot of sheer, and we showed you satellite loop, you see the swirl with no clouds over it, that is sheer. won't relax any time soon, but the main thrust mi might be fors more rain, and the rains this summer have been really haphazard, stretches of rain for a week or two and then no rain, and a continuation of that theme. the winds kind of blowing around the low here. there's been a flare-up of
expect that during the nighttime hours. water temps are running about 88 to 89. and we've been watching the european model, this is the one that was showing intensification. the problem is this is the sheer map, you have this green color here, and that is a lot of sheer over the bahamas and so in the short term it's just not going to developuc the high hiewf hiewf mo moves ay allow the storm to curve up over mexico. and this is the will model that was going bonkers, saying mainly a rain maker but this run was significantly weaker than previous runs. we'll see what we have coming up
runs. as we get closer to the event obviously the forecast and confidence goes up. tomorrow, sunshine early, and afternoon storms racing by during the day and 92. on saturday, more of the same. sunday could be a bit cloudier, and this is t on to the seven-d, back to you. >> well, clean-up in southern indiana destroys homes and businesses there. >> just awful, but incredibly
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they don't hold water, we can tamp dnhe population. >> the county mayor says for now orange county is not telling hotels and theme parks to do extra sprays to kill mosquitoes but that could come. >> we now know that seven tornadoes touch down yesterday yesterday over five stretching from indiana into ohio. and it really is a miracle that no one was killed. >> several people have minor injuries but that is a minor miracle, too, considering automatic buildings were destroyed. >> and paul dellegatto says that supercell thunderstorm produced at least seven tornadoes that touches down in indiana yesterday, we are saying at
included an ef2, and listen to this it travels on the ground for five miles and lasts ten minutes. it's amazing when you see pictures like this roofs just lifted off like doll houses and that is a starbucks that was just flattened by the wind. today homeowners began the slow process of cleaning up but they are very thank alive to do it. >> still trying to process everything and understand the complete devastation. thankful that my mom and sister who were in the house yesterday survived. >> it's a real testament to the first responders here in howard and montgomery county that there were no serious injuries or loss of life, we are very grateful to
governor and vise presidential nominee, who left the campaign trail. and it'sand the fact that no pee killed is attributed to a new warning system that sends out texts and alerts and it certainly paid off for a lot of people. >> the big air horns that a lot of people couldn't hear or confused with something else, but no relief for the people in italy. the race to find survivors
from aftershocks in central italy, and that is making rescue efforts following a deadly quake even more dangerous. they are still looking for people during th durin trapped . >> but the time to find survivors is running out. >> a child's school bus lay amid the debris in this italian village, destroyed by a magnitude earthquake. rescue teams continue to dig for survivors as people wait and anxiously hope for some signed of life, like this 10-year-old girl rule pulled from the rubblt night, an increasingly rare tale. some people were allowed back in to collect belongings.
ground into ash. >> this man said his family was too afraid to return home, sleeping in his car instead. like many others they fear another massive earthquake, their fears heightened by the constant aftershocks. a 4.3 magnitude tremor struck again sending rescuers scrambling and war warning journalists and others to leave the because it was crumbling. >> while time is of the essence, time is running out. with every hour decreases the chances of finding someone alive buried beneath all of this rubble, and still the hope and the work continues. >> all right, and we are learning now details tonight about the terror attack in the american university in kabul university, in afghanistan.
gate as students were gathering for classes. more than 700 afghan student and their international teachers were on the campus at the time. 13 people have died in another tatheattack and 30 others injur. some were trapped for nine hours inside the school. >> we didn't feel good or safe. we jumped and escaped to the gate. >> and the taliban has not claimed responsibility for the attack however, the terror group has seized control of several key areas in a southern province. >> a grim discovery after two mississippi nuns didn't show up for work. officials say they were found stabbed to death in their home near jackson. there were signs of a break-in
they were both nurse practitioners who spent their lives helping the poor. and the faa ordered lights to stay on the ground after a power outage at the miami airport approach. others in the air at the time landed safely. the faa said flights were grounded for about 30 minutes but to normal. >> and a city bus ended up in a whole after a water main break, and traffic was shut down in all directions as cruise crews worko turn off the water and safe that bus. and a mil millionaire accuses hs former wife of stealing millions
abuse. this video shows her having a melt down and repeatedly hitting herself in the face. his attorney says the video proves that the bruises were self-inflicted. >> this video demonstrates she is striking herself in the same area of her face and head that they allege scott struck here. >> and a winter haven city manager is under fire and his job may well be on the line. there is talk of firing derrick feature. one city councilmember says feature doesn't communicate well, and it appears he has the support of at least one other commissioner but feature has a
a local church group says the move to dump him is based on race and not performance. others are coming out to support him. >> it would be a huge loss to this city and to the employees of this city. the businesses of this city. because he has brought us so much forward that we are going to go backward. >> tiford plans to make a motion at the september meeting to fire feature. he is not commenting publicl >> well, neighbors may be able to sleep better, but businesses are worried they will have to shut down. both sides packed city hall as commissioners voted to set strict new noise ordinances on howard. it limits bars in downtown ybor city and channelside to 85 decibels and lower but in other parts of the city, the noise limit after 10:00 at night drops
even certain councilmembers conceded is probably too low and will probably have to be changed. >> i just think we owe it to ourselves to take a look at it. and i will tell you my voice violates the decibel level. >> the penalty for noise violations can be steep, though, with fines from 150 to 450 for a viovie lviolations but two in six-month period would cause a business to lose the right to sell alcohol entirely. >> they are going have to revisit but at least they know that.
life to save a man from a burning car. that is coming up on the fox 13 11:00 news. see you then. >> all right, cynthia, thanks. reinforcing our bridges. >> p and as law enforcement officers look to bridge the gap in the community, a leader of the naacp meeting but this is just the beginning. >> this has to carry on. one time tonight is not going to fix anything. we have to continue to build this and build our relationships. >> if you missed out, organizers say this is the first in a series of discussions with local law enforcement and the winter haven community. all right, scott, what is going on? >> well, high school football kicked off tonight and we
>> in the united states one in every 68 children lives with an autism disorder, and that is more than 3.5 million americans but unless you or someone you know has a child with autism, it's probably very difficult to understand just what daily life is like for them. >> new tonight at 10:30, we have a look into the world of one of those kids. a teenager from texas michael. >> being michael rickly. >> it's just very difficult at times. >> it's is not easy. >> it's hard for him to be him every day. >> to understand the 14-year-old high school freshman. >> the primary difficulty for him is not academic t's social. >> we just process things differently, that's all.
autism that inhibits his ability to communicate and be social especially with kids his own age. >> he tried to tries to relate , but he doesn't know what to say or how to act. >> he is comfortable in his own skin. >> and he wants you to be comfortable with the way he is, too. >> that is why he posted this is challenges. >> throughout my life i've been picked on and excluded but i've also been helped and appreciates and welcomed by others. >> and his message to people who might judge him for being different. >> if i had one wish it would be simply for people to accept me. just because someone acts differently does mean they are weird or strange or
it might be good to just give someone a chance. >> i don't think people get the whole picture of me, maybe part of me but not the whole thing of me. that is why i wanted to do this video. >> do not be quick to judge but give a person a chance, maybe you will find a common ground. that is his message. >> his message? be the best you that you can. >> with all of the challenges i'm facing i've been able to there. >> chris sipes for fox news. >> and look at the support he has. >> it's all about the support. he feels love and he has a tremendous amount going for him and he is very well spoken. he has a lot going for him that is true. .>> that is true. >> and it's important to see the new screens at the stadium.
night when the bucs host the browns. position battles do continue with the first round of cuts coming up tuesday. and final cuts next saturday. the bucs have a strong battle at the fourth and fifth receiver spots. and dante dye is making a strong showing. >> he is battling and you see not only his work at wide receiver but he is doing good things on special teams and when you are talking about the fourth and fifth, they have to play on special teams as well, he is making a good case. >> and dirk koetter took in a high school game tonight, not as coach but as dad.
school quarterback. he has three touch down passes on the evening but the school is a powerhouse, their only loss last season was the state ecosemifinals and that gave coah christy his first win. now, no better starting pitcher in the a.l. than jake odorizzi, since thing agenda. in a jam in the six with a run already in for the red socks but watch this, squeezes right out of this little pickle with this inning-ending double play, and giving up one run out of 96 pitches. with this rbi double to left
streak, and ramiro comes on to shut the door and the rays split the four-game series with boston and get the win today, 2-1 your final. already and we have another candidate for catch of the year. watch this one. christian sends this one deep to central field, and he thinks it's gone, so does everybody except for and he was very casual when he brought it back down, one of the better center fielders in the league, and now out to williams port for the little league world series. it's south korea and mexico, and this pitch getting away and what does it hit? the television camera, and it's not protected! can you believe this? you have to watch it from the camera angle.
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>> i love these clouds shadows. they showed up last night all around the bay area. it's light from the setting sun hitting tall clouds in the distance and you get long shadows in those are the darker wedging. like tractor beams. pick "npicnic island from barbad an east wind blew over the bay and cooled us off a little bit, but sarasota smokin' hot today. the winds will stay east,
not much of a seabreeze boundary. this allows showers and thunderstorms and they should not last long. the weather looks good for the bucs game. rain should be earlier in the day, and they all slide to the southwest and that is just about that. for your friday, 84 at about 10:00 a.m., 90 at 1:00 and 90 at 4:00, and we'll talk more invest 99l at 10:00. >> and up next, what this boy does in this video for 25 minutes. paul could do this.
in florida, it used to be that if a child, a senior or one of our four legged friends was trapped in a hot car to save them unless we were willing to be sued. has government lost its mind? so i fixed the law to make sure we are all empowered to rescue those who can not rescue themselves. that is the least we can do. after all the love they give. dana young for the florida senate.
well, kids can do some pretty impressive things but one 10-year-old in california now holds a world record f for his special talent. >> he has memorized the entire united states institution. >> we the people of the united states in order to form a more perfect union. >> he does this for 25 minutes and nathan bond can recite the nearly 1500 word document from mery challenged him to memorize it and he did it in two month and decided to take it a step further. >> i love listening to be bates debatesand i had a lot of intern it. >> good for him. >> i know, and nathan's state assembly man heard about this
to recite for the senators which he did, and if he likes to debate, maybe we can get him on for the presidential debates. >> that young man knows his stuff, no doubt. >> and right now at 11:00, a messy battle between parents and a pinellas county school. >> my children are possibly being exposed to all of this dangerous mold and bacteria. >> and they h back up the claims but the school says that mold is no longer an issue. >> -- the festival experienced the tragic death of two adult attendees last year. >> will that mean the end of the festival. >> i need a garden hose or a fire extinguisher! get a garden hose.