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sorry, bad joke. >> and sometime now for your fox 13 11:00 news. >> we were wondered if he hangs around in your room until you give him a tip. and next up, she is just 13 years old but is facing a very adult crime. >> she was arrested for grand theft auto after her joyride came to a crashing halt. >> it looks like there had been an explosion of bricks. >> and the music video had that has outraged law enforcement across the country. tonight how tampa police are responding to a beyonce boycott. >> no leader especially a religious leader should have the right to question another man's religion or faith. >> and donald trump is sounding off on the pope.
runner. w brick and mortar. it looks like a war zone, that is how a homeowner described her home after a drive blasting through a brick wall, the driver? only 13, and police say that the van was stolen. we have a closure look at the damage, josh, that is unbelievable. >> here is a view of the damage right here behind me, and it's been cleaned up but you get a sense of the impact. and if you're wondering what this sign is supposed to look like, look across the street, that is an intact sign and again it was a 13-year-old driver who caused all of that damage. >> it might as well have been an explosion. >> it looks like a war zone. >> with chunking of debris.
>> and it flew everywhere, like shrapnel. >> you see all of thet these bricks became projectiles. >> this is what happens when a cird kid gets behind the wheel, and jade miller police say stole a van, and she is not even old enough to get her learners permit, she is 13. not long after will police tried to stop her she crashed through this brick wall at bayou pointe pillar. this one is all the kay across the yard and it landed over here and this is so heavy, i can't even begin to move it. >> i feel blessed that this tree was here because she would have just gone straight into my house. >> miller is facing grand theft
>> i hope it's something that stands out in her mind that this is not what behavior should be and this is a change in whatever is going on with her. >> somebody really need to keep a rein on her and people need to be accountable for what they do, i don't care what your age is. >> in this case, barely a teenager. >> the hoa will pay for the ball. wall but as for the home, the homeowners insurance will cover, but him just glad no one was hurt. >> and the city of tampa is a step closer to reducing the penalties for marijuana possession. the council held al public hearing about a bill tonight that could spare young people and others from criminal charges
they would get instead a fine, and it could range depending on the number of violations a person has. >> it's really not fair to have a system in this county where we are taking an entire generation of people and giving them criminal records and large financial consequences for behavior that in many cases in other places goes either ignored or is a slap on the wrist. >> but the hillsborough county sherrif's office opposed the measure and says nothing will change with how deputies make arrested and argue that the citations could also help people with him drug treatment, after being ordered by the court follows an arrest. >> a person who thinking about building walls wherever they may be and not bridges is not christian.
today, and donald trump firing back. we spoke with local catholics and how are they taking the pope's comments and trump's response. >> i spoke with some people just before bible study and many said they agreed with the pope's comments and said it was good to see him involving himself in the presidential race, and this came in response to a question to the pop pope on his way home from his mexico trip. he had visited the boarder and trump hit back saying it was inappropriate for the pope to question his face and called the pope's comments disgraceful. >> the pope is not just criticizing donald trump's policy. he is suggests that the policy is unchristian. that could continue to heat up
fire back it ultimately could cost him depending on how it plays out. >> trump is leading in south carolina with cruz coming in second but the pope's comments have sparked backlash on line. this photo of vatican city, and the posting rite post poster writing amazing comments by the pope, especially considering that vatican city is surrounded by huge walls. >> and the hope also rattled the catholic community when he softened his response on birth control. when commenting about zika he had preventing pregnancy for that voan
evil. the total number of cases in the state is up to 24, and all of the cases state-wide are travel related. workers on the hot line say they have heard from more concerned people, and say they have helped more than 500 people since friday. >> and a man is amused or breaking into the sarasota meat house overt weekend and officials say george faro did it to feed his drug habit. he told them he was looking for money to buy crack, and now police are looking to see if he is responsible for other
>> roth -- and holmes mother was in court. >> i think about him every day, and always dreaming about it, seeing which him at night. >> his attorneys are expected to appeal the sentence. >> it is the music video that has some people calling beyonce antipolice, and many in law enforcement including here in tampa are considering whether or not to support him. fox 13's crystal clark is here to break it down for us. >> we told you yesterday some tampa police officers were not interested in working her upcoming concert at raymond james and they say this was in response to the formation video, and she is expected to be here in april, however it is clarified that this event will
that may not be the case in miami where the police union there says it plans to boycott the show, the first stop on her world tour. and we talked to an expert to break down the images that some find offensive, and she told us that the opening scene in a flooded new orleans postkatrina show a flooded scene, and the most controversial has police officers dressed in swat gear face to face with a young black boy. some analysts say it's actually went to empower. >> it's into the necessarily a confrontation, some as some have suggested but it is a way to say even without institutional institutional power, that you as one person are powerful.
in fact antipolice and the professor says opinions can vary but the opinioning seem to be more geared toward antipolice brutality when she watched it. and a spokesperson for the police say the concert will be fully staffed and said that dozens of officers have signed up to work it. >> for more than two decades, hurricane hunter planes have called hangar5 home but now the space is needed to make room for more jets and noaa has until next year to vacant. it it's still not clear if operations will move to another location on base or out of tampa
shame because they do a big service. >> we'll keep an eye on it and tell you where they end up. and coming up, a plot from a move. >> a movie. >> a hospital's computers held hostage. >> i went in for a check-up and they said our computers are down, we were hacked. >> and they were asking the hospital to pay up. >> but first, a dolphin encounter that turned deadly. >> and we'll talk about the
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the beach at a beach resort town. it was a rare la prada dolphin, found only in south american waters and it shows a guy scooping up a baby doll physical therapy and then dolphin andthen he is surrounded by a mob of people and everyone wants a selfie and so they pass it round and it was eventually left in the shallow water and in the mud and it died from dehydrate. there are these than 15,000 of those dolphins left in the wild. >> and you have very colorful comments on your facebook page. >> page. >> and then we have this bizarre
was locked out of every medical record. >> it was not until they paid a ransom that they got their system back up and running. the hackers used ransom water to encrypt all of the hospital files and police tried to crack the code but they couldn't and the hospital was left with only one choice. >> a hospital depends on the computer system and on the diagnosics and the exchange of information. and so locking up that data creates a significant risk for the hospital which increases the likelihood that the hospital will pay. >> and that is exactly what the hospital did. they paid the hackers ransom, 17,000 in bitcoin a digital surgeon si digitalcurrency that is virtually untraceable and you have to think it will encourage other hackers.
forecast without your computers. >> flipping a coin and going to the old dart board. >> that would not be good `although our weather is really good right now. >> when the nearest cloud is in oklahoma you feel better about the forecast. >> this is sunset at englewood beach and some of the burns we had inland, there was one by plant city and one in northeastern hillsboro county and it blew smoke offshore and this made colors in the sky. just about a typical february day, the high today, 74, one degree above the average, the low this morning, 53 degrees, two degrees degrees below the average and this is what you would expect on a midfebruary day, you
along the east coast and new york city was 37, and d.c.39. lubbock, texas 87, and all kinds of wildfires through oklahoma and nebraska because of a south wind and dry air. for example 82 and seattle hit 51. for us we are going to stay with an east and northeast wind for a couple of days. the only impact from that kind of wind is that eventually it throws some fair weather or cumulus clouds our way off of the atlantic and so there could become at least a mixture of clouds and sunshine, especially east of tampa bay. the air is too dry to support any rain. the next rain chance for us is not until later tuesday, tuesday night and wednesday as a cold front begins to head our way.
full moon overhead, 60 in tampa, and 57 in westchase. blooksville, clear and 54, elsewhere 50's to mid 60's and inland with lighter winds and radiational cooling we are holding in the mid 50's. not a lot going on, in the east, a high here and high there, that keeps us dry. we have raip near rain near the coast up to van vancouver, and it's tonight, 40's and 50's for los and for lows and tomorrow a fantastic day, and if you finagled a long weekend, it will be great with sunshine and in the 70's.
us any time soon. weather looks good for the race on sunday, a couple of showers and our rain chance comes in tuesday and wednesday and then cooler after that, clear and cool night. we do a 51, and sunshine tomorrow, hope you have a good friday and 72 and coming up more sunshine, the seven-day, the only issue tuesday and wednesday we'll watch for the potential of severe weather. not a sur bet, we turn cooler at the end of march and february should end on a cool note with temperatures in the 60's. >> well, if you're a believer a fan or just simply curious, we have the place for you. >> we sure do. we are going to take you inside
>> they haven't proven it yet, they haven't proven it's truly out there and so people are still searching. >> when we left these things are real? >> when it moners above all rest. >> there was something down there in the woods. >> it's been in the movies and written about in newspapers and inspired sketches by those who say they were unlucky enough to have encountered one and their name is summed up in this one image, big foot. >> we started talking to folks and we realized they were seen up here, very surprising. >> dave and his wife will melinda is just one of the many big foot investigators and they use a
out reports of sasquatch sightings but now they have an even bigger thread in the big foot legend, this month we opened the sasquatch museum, in georgia and they say they have the biggest collection of artifacts anywhere. >> we have had a him to phenomenal reaction. >> there are so many people coming from all over the country to see this plairks and there place, there was actually a group coming from south carolina who wanted to camp in our back yard. >> it's drawings and maps of sightings and even an exhibit with purported big foot sound
>> there are so many people who donated information and artifacts that it was not nearly as hard as we thought it was going to be. >> one thing i won't find in the museum is definitive proof that there is a race of sasquat ahch out there. >> so we put a link on our website, just look under as seen on tv, and chip i know you're writing it down. >> the truth is out there so they say. well, this is what the drivers
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>> you know when you see a team like the royals win the series you know that the rays team work, works the same way and playing the same kind of game and we have seen the success. now it's kevin cash's turn to make a push for the play-offs. tomorrow is the official start date of spring training but right now cash has 50 players at port charlotte and although tomorrow is the first official day, the rays have been up and running for a while and it was all to do one thing, get this team to make the play-offs. >> the goal is meaningful games in september and those september