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good morning, it's i'm allison good morning, it's i'm allison kropff. and i'm mark rivera. right now-- the national weather service is trying to figure out how many tornados touched down in mississippi and alabama. the twisters caused a huge amount of damage in those states. 10news reporter sarah hollenbeck is in the newsroom. sarah, even a federal prison is damaged this morning. the federal correctional institution in aliceville, alabama. imagine how scary that would be-- working in a prison when a huge tornado comes through.. luckily the building only had minor
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these pictures shows the damage to a nearby community college and church. this morning-- the big scare is what's next. tornados could still impact several areas of the us. the weather service said portions of northern and western alabama including birmingham, tuscaloosa and much of the tennessee valley are still at an elevated risk for tornadoes and damaging winds right now. wind gusts up to 60 mph were possible, which means those cleaning up are working fast to get all this damage out of the way. here's what i'm working on now-- warm and strong winds will cause a looming threat of tornados today for 6 million americans. i'll show you which parts of the country could be in trouble. allison..... flights across the midwest are back on schedule after a major snowstorm. the blizzard brought more than a foot of snow to parts of colorado and cut power to thousands across the plains. cars were left stranded on highways, even semi's and snow plows struggled to get
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driving conditions. investigators are trying to figure out what caused an explosion that left a massive hole in a plane. look at this. it happened to a somali jetliner forcing the plane to make an emergency landing on tuesday. 74 people were on board, two people were hurt. the explosion happened shortly after take off. the pilot believes it was a bomb. a small plane makes a dramatic water landing in hawaii. the coast guard says the pilot was the only person on board when he realized he had a landing gear problem shortly after departure. he wanted to return to the honolulu international airport but was not able to lower his gear. as soon as he landed, emergency crews were there for the rescue. thankfully, he was not hurt. the pilot is a 68- year-old visitor
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experience. this morning new concerns over the zika outbreak. six new cases of the virus have popped up in florida. that means there are now 9 cases in the state, including two in hillsborough county. but there's one case in texas, that's particularly alarming. 10news reporter emerald morrow is live in tampa outside the florida department of health. emerald, health officials are now saying you can get the virus through sex. - allison...this is so scary - but what you said is true - in one of those six new cases you just mentioned...the person got the zika virus from having sex with someone who had a travel- related infection. just to be clear...this case is out of texas... and there have been no reports of zika contact here in florida. but can you imagine how scary this has dealing with it? especially for women who are want to get pregnant the
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leaves babies with underdeveloped brains and unusually small heads. but as far as getting the virus through sexual officials say they're not shocked by the news. so now, it's no longer enough to just wear mosquito repellent... you've got to be more conscious about how you protect yourself sexually as well. so what's next with zika? is there going to be a bigger outbreak here in the us? i'm doing some research now and i'll be back in the next half hour with the answer. live in tampa, em, 10news, wtsp. before you jump in the car this morning, there is an important recall you need to know about. toyota is recalling about 320 thousands trucks and s-u-vs since the roof-mounted air bags can inflate
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improper programming is causing the issue. to see the full list of affected models and how you can get this fixed, head to our website, w-t-s-p dot com. new this morning.. an emerson student in boston came up with a pretty creative way to make some extra cash by renting out his dorm room on air-b-n-b. sophomore jack worth hosted three guests before the school forced him to take the posting down. worth was fined 150 dollars by air b-n-b and is now facing disciplinary action from emerson. after going bigger, experts say apple's newest iphone is about to get smaller. we're seeing reports this morning that it will be released next month. it's expected to have just a four-inch screen. this is a crucial time for apple with iphone sales plateauing and sales falling below forecasts. in a few hours, athletes across the bay area and the u-s will get ready to announce where they will play college football! today is the first day when the n-c-
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binding national letter of intent. 10 news will have crews all over the bay area for national signing day. we'll bring you the latest on air and online at w-t-s-p dot com. the game hasn't even started but super bowl 50 is already a big win for some small businesses who get work with the nfl in the san francisco area. through a business connect program, more than three million dollars went to hundreds of city businesses. the economic impact from super bowls is often debated but the vice president of community relations of super bowl 50 says when local businesses are hired, it's easy to tally how much they earn. to be eligible for the program, businesses had to register as women, minority, veteran or l-g-b-t owned. remember you can watch the super bowl right here on 10 news and c-b-s sunday night. to help you get prepared for the big game, you'll want to stick around for studio 10 live today. celebrity chef paula dean will be
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party. she will also talk about her new cookbook and her recent time on dancing with the stars. not only will you see paula dean, tampa bay rays pitcher chris archer on the show talking about this travel in the off season and what's in store for the season ahead. remember you can catch studio 10 live right here on 10 news at 9:00 a-m. at first glance, you may think this is just an alligator. but it's actually a crocodile. the 12-foot croc showed up at an apartment complex in cape coral. neighbors say they've never seen crocs living in their community before. as of right now, wildlife officers have not come out to take the crocodile away. the crocodile does have a tag on it, meaning officers have likely seen this guy before. with coldplay, beyonce and bruno mars to perform during the super bowl halftime show...we cannot forget about the national anthem. at 5:44, the top performer who will be kicking off the big game. but first, it may look like ordinary jewelry, but one texas mother has made these pieces out of something
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here's a look at what's coming up on 10 news and c-b-s tonight. starting at 8:00, two broke girls, followed by mike and molly at 8:30. at 9:00, criminal minds. at 10:00, code black. then tune in to 10 news at 11. don't forget to stay up for the late show with stephen colbert and his guest, dr. phil. a live look now at in manatee county manatee county where a deadly crash has closed u-s 301 at 63rd ave. both directions of u-s 301 at shutdown. road warrior hilary zalla will have a way you get can around it in less
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candidates are hitting the campaign trail hard in new hampshire right now. and after the iowa caucus, it could be anyone's race to win. donald trump is brushing off his second place finish to texas senator ted cruz and downplaying florida senator marco rubio's strong third place victory. hillary clinton is also campaigning hard after a marginal win over bernie sanders. the new hampshire primary is next week. the u-s marine corps says d-n-a from marines killed in a helicopter crash has been found. it was found during a search shortly after the january 14th crash. two helicopters
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during nighttime training with 12 marines on board. the cause of the crash remains under investigation. michigan's governor is hoping a new 30 million dollar proposal will help those affected by flint's drinking water crisis. he will first present it to city officials and pastors, before bringing it before lawmakers next week. if lawmakers approve it, the money will go towards paying a portion of utility bills for water that was or will be used for drinking, bathing, cooking, and washing hands. trending this morning, take a look at this... you know super bowl 50 is going to be full of stars...who aren't going head to head on the grid iron. beyonce and and coldplay performing at the halftime show. now...lady gaga is set to sing the nation anthem kicking off five decades of super bowl success. i've posted this story to my facebook page so you can take a look and tell us
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and allison, you know lady gaga is known for her unique outfits, so the big questions is what elaborate costume is she going to come out in to kick this thing off. check this out, a texas mother is hoping her new jewelry line can help others mothers cherish their children forever. she learned how to take breast milk and turn it into all of this. a photo she posted to facebook of a finished jewelry piece was noticed, and now she gets orders from all over the country. it takes about three months for the her to fill an order.
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store now. live from
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i get out of workpand i go to the store, s,psmellin' around, "mmm! i smell cookies." i say, "oh no, you just smell me. i just got out of work. that' s honey bunches of oats, that' s all."
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ridge, alabama are cleaning up this morning after a tornado hit the area. trees were knocked down making several roads impossible to drive on. the damage will be more visible once the sun comes up. several tornadoes touched down in the south on tuesday. the top army and marine generals say all women should have to register for the draft. combat jobs are already open to women. they say it'll take up to three years before the combat posts are fully integrated. also, they say the military will not lower standards to bring women into the more grueling jobs. there are now two confirmed cases of the zika virus in hillsborough county and nine total in the state of florida. all cases are related to travel outside of the u-s. the florida department of health is monitoring each person.. none of them are pregnant women. you may see a familiar face at this year's tony awards show. actor and comedian james cordon will host this year. cordon is the host of the late late show on 10 news and c-b-s and won a tony for best actor for his
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"one man, two guvnors" in 2012. remember you can catch him every night after the late show with stephen colbert. coming up on 10 news this morning.. before the super bowl even kicks off, a bronco's player is being sent home! what he did that now has police questioning him. and parents, you'll love this. the steps one airline is taking to make it easier for your family to fly. you can get 10 weather updates on the road - with our 10 weather radio
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good morning and welcome to 10 news we'll be pushing 73 by mid- morning. eventually we'll go up towards the low 80s.
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