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right now. >> good evening. i am reginald roundtree. >> i am dion lim. there is yet another thing you have to worry about now before election day. u.s. intelligence sent out an alert that al-qaeda could be planning attacks in three states on monday. florida isn't one of them, but new york, texas, and virginia are all possible targets. law enforcement is taking this threat seriously. >> what affect is it having on voters in the bay area? as soon as announced the thread people questioned its timing. conspiracy theories about scaring people away from the pos. 10news reporter eric glasser shows you why it wouldn't be the first time, and why even if that was someone's strategy, it could backfire. >> reporter: he was glad he decided to vote today. especially after hearing about the threat of an al-qaeda attack this coming monday. >> i don't want to stand in a big group of people when there
>> reporter: the timing of the report so close to the election has dominated social media. comments on our 10news facebook page suggesting a scare tactic conspiracy to keep people from going to the polls and disrupt the election. >> it's hard for the average person to figure out who is and is not telling the truth r a professor says it's happened before. former homeland security secretary tom ridge wrote that members of george w. bush's cabinet to raise the terror alert just before the 2004 vote. >> this time out it seems like with a snap of a finger the whole tenor of the election changes. >> reporter: 10news political expert lars hafner doesn't doubt the threat, but he thinks it could have the opposite effect. >> our country rallies behind the idea that no one messes with america. >> reporter: when we went out to the early polling places, that's what people told us.
>> we may not have any choice over that if they decide to bomb us or do some kind of decisionruption. they are not going to decide how i live. >> they say national security officials have been planning for the possibility of violence at voting spots for months now. in fact a recent poll found 51% of americans do worry about some sort of violence taking place at the pog meantime, federal and state leaders are trying to get ahead of threats. the "new york times" has outlined five they are particularly concerned about. the first is a flood of disclosures. revelations, things like hacked emails from a political party or candidate could end up in the wrong hands. the second one, that has to do with interfering with voter registration rules. the online voter registration databases are part of a larger centralize the system. thissered is manipulation of
organizations. hackers could mess with information sent to the "associated press" and that could lead to the states being called for the wrong candidates. fourth, we are talking about internet disruption. that could make it hard for voters to look up their polling places. they are listed on the voter registration card, but some people use their id instead. and the last possible one that we need to talk about is tinkering with voting machines. they are not easy to hack since voters differ from state to state and voting is not connected a sexist tradition has cost the harvard men's soccer team the rest of the season. north korea the school found the men continually participated in sexually explicit reports where they raided the incoming women freshmen players. they will not play the rest of the season or be allowed to
severe measures had to be taken. it might have been a little excessive to completely call off the team.. >> the report came last week. the school investigated and found it was not just one year, but continued over several seasons with more players than previously thought. finding out your husband is a pedophile after the fbi shows up at your door. it's a devastating nightmare for the ex-wife subway spokesperson jared fogle. now she is sharing her story. katie mclaughlin says she wants to are clear. she had no idea about her husband's dark, dirty, criminal second life. fogle is now behind bars serving 15 years in prison. he pled guilty to having sex with children and distributing child pornography. six weeks after the fbi's visit, fogle's wife filed for divorce and then later filed for sole custody of their two
five. >> in my opinion, he took himself out of our lives, and i can't even think about him in my life. there is anger there. i mean, anyone would have anger for a person who was supposed to do nothing but protect his children. >> now, her anger isn't just limited to her ex-husband. she is suing subway for negligence. she claims three different occasions dating back to 2004. a family in texas, their newborn baby came into the world in a big hurry in the middle of a highway. >> he is out right now. i am trying to figure out where i am at. >> that was the father calling 911 from a busy highway in fort worth. his wife had just given birth in the car while they were racing to the hospital.
was breached, coming out back side first. >> i felt like i had to push. and so i told him, i said, babe, he is coming out right now. the gas pedal was going and i am like, just get me to the hospital. please just get me to the hospital. >> the baby wasn't due for another month. tonight mom and baby are doing just fine. this was the family's second child. the second little boy. > four days until you pick the next president. your vote weighs heavier than any other vote in the country. that's why hillary clinton and donald trump, who will be back in tampa tomorrow, are vying hard for your vote. the i-4 corridor has been a major factor in who wins and loses the election. >> i-4 is different. you have tablet and -- tampa bay, and we are the swing voter
split their tickets and one year vote republican, the next year democrat. orlando is deep blue democrat in orlando and osceola county surrounded by deep red. >> our partners at the "tampa bay times" go in depth on the election's history and the importance of your vote in that i-4 corridor. times reporter adam smith's article is now online. we have a link to it at wtsp.com. there is a le amendment aimed at helping injured first responders and it's up for vote november 8. mark rivera shows you the real- life impact this law would have on our community. >> reporter: amendment 3 focuses on tax breaks for permanently disabled first responders injured in the line of duty. first responders like former st. petersburg firefighter bradley westphal. >> i was in by myself.
it started to come back at me. i pushed it up and i felt my whole back just burning down my legs. it just was sharp, stabbing pains down my leg. >> reporter: westphal had four back surgeries. three left knee surgeries. >> i can't be on my left leg. you know, i live with pain all day, all night. you don't sleep. it's terrible. >> reporter: he and his lawyer, jason fox, say most firefighters who permanently hurt on the job lose most of their income. they have to pay people to do simple things around the house like cutting the grass. >> you never think you're gonna get hurt. having a tax break on your property, that can make a big difference. >> reporter: amendment 3 opponents say this is one of many is special tax breaks already. instead of giving more breaks, they say lawmakers should work to make the tax system fair for everyone. here's the bottom line. a yes vote means permanently
break on their property taxes. a no vote will deny those tax breaks to first responders. mark rivera, 10news wtsp. >> we know it's imperative that you understand what's on the ballot. that's why we are making this easier for you to figure out exactly what your vote means. now, you can see a full breakdown of all of the amendments on our website at wtsp.com by downloading our free 10news app. well, just admit they take their phones everywhere. even the bathroom. see what happens when these microbiology students test their phones. what they found and how you can keep your phone clean. everybody's talking about the cubs and how long it's been since they won their last world series title. what about us? i mean, remember this? this wasn't exactly yesterday, you know? yeah, right. i get it.
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and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blng out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
why are out-of-state billionaires attacking amendment 1? because amendment 1... stops. their. subsidies. with amendment 1, you don't pay a historic day in chicago- the cubs celebrating their than a century. a huge parade. that got us thinking, what was tampa bay like the last time the cubs won a title? 10news reporter phil buck takes you back in time. >> reporter: tampa 1908. a sleepy town of about 15,000 people. st. pete had less than 10,000. kind of puts it in perspective how much it's changed since the cubs last won the world series. here is a little perspective for you. the last time the cubs won the
population of tampa would fit inside amalie arena. wait. what? that's right. amalie arena seats just over 20,000, and to go even further, the entire population of hillsborough and pinellas counties combined was about 70,000 people. about what it takes to fill raymond james stadium. but hold on. check that. >> one of the things that people don't think about is pinellas county didn't exist in 1908. >> reporter: he expert on tampa bay history. it's not just how much it changed since the cubs' last championship parade. how much tampa bay has changed since our last championship parade. 2004. jeb was the governor. charlie crist still had never lost an election, and no one had even heard of hurricane's charlie, francis, or ivan. it takes the same time to take
the drive has gotten better. back then from tampa to st. pete took around three hours. from memory lane, phil buck, 10news wtsp. >> can you imagine a horse and buggy? give me a break. one other thing to put on how long that cubs drought lasted. the last time they won the world series downtown tampa hosted a veterans convention for confederate veterans of civil war. wow. it was a beautiful, picture perfect day to celebrate a world series win. >> and a lot warmer than historically chicago is at that time. >> 54 is their average high temperature. they were in the upper 50s to low 60s curing the -- during the ceremony today. you were saying earlier at least two million because that's what the blackhawks had. there are some estimates close to five million people. >> oh, my goodness.
>> there is joe maddon right there. ben zobrist was up on the stage, obviously, as well, too. they all drove through the streets before they got up and were able to talk and show off the trophy there. just bittersweet to see joe up there. >> let's move on. >> okay. we got this going for us. sky 10 right now showing a beautiful sunset from the don cesar hotel camera. i wanted to show this because we have a little bit more of onshore wind. our winds have been east- northeast for a week and a half at least. they switched around a little bit today, and that's brought us back into some cooler temperatures for the immediate coast just because the water is cooler. there is a beautiful shot of downtown st. petersburg. this is looking off towards the north and the east. this is on the north side of the pier, if you will, behind the museum. 82 degrees right now, and dew points in the mid-and-upper 60s. so it is a little bit on the muggy side, but that's what's going to change slowly during
that's one little shower that's trying to form here. this has been falling apart. i am not too worried about this. if you are in the fulcrum area, this may hold together for a quick sprinkle. i don't think most of us will see it. more rain is going to be coming from the north. i think that's gonna end up staying on the east coast, especially down through brevard county. temperature-wise look at the difference. see the color shading on the coast? that's the onshore wind with the water at 77 degrees. w 77. same thing in clearwater. we have been between 77 and 79 right on the beach, which is cooler than what we have been. 79 in bradenton now, but 83 in sarasota. it's 82 right now in lakeland. new tampa checking in the low 80s from thonotosassa to temple terrace. there is the wind now. it's not a lot. it is a different direction, of course. tonight and into tomorrow that wind will pick up a little bit. it's gonna get a little bit on the breezy side and i think a
might not want to take the bar boat out in downtown tampa tomorrow unless you are in real good shape. there you go with your forecast. takes you through saturday and into sunday. kind of mixed it all together right there because it's actually gonna be fairly quiet. small rain chance around midnight tonight mainly north of i-4. i mean a small chance. just a sprinkle. and then really less than 10% chance through the weekend. we start sunny. we will see a few extra clouds. it will be slightly tomorrow morning not a huge difference. mid-60s to get your day started. tomorrow afternoon a little bit of a difference. with el about go about 80, 81 degrees. we have been 85, 86, 87. yes, there is a small difference there. more than anything else it will feel so much better as the dew points drop down into the 50s. there is that small craft advisory going up. that's the reason why you probably want to keep the boat in. at least hug the coast because it will be out of the north and northeast. a little bumpy.
in the afternoon. saturday evening it may look a little better. two to three foot seas and choppy on the bay. small craft advisory should come down saturday night. tides on your saturday. high tide around 12:51, around 1:00 in the afternoon. low tide around 7:00 in the evening. look at the dry air. that's what this front's packing more than anything else. we are only gonna get a taste of that. certainly some low dew points up north. for our dew points, watch this change. this is tomorrow morning, into tomorrow afternoon. yeah. that's what i think we will get more than anything out of this. as a result, very small rain chance. going all the way through next week and most of next week will be closer to normal for this time of year, which is 80 to 81 degrees. deputies say a driver left a bar before hitting two people and taking off. i am dion lim, and new at 6:00 tonight we are digging deeper
responsible and how one business owner is going above and beyond to try to stop drunk driving. a local business destroyed during hurricane hermione is ready for the grand
opening and business is ready to roll. >> pretty good on that. well done. that's coming carson and i have seen some terrible ads attacking our mom dana young. for things she never did.
i am patrick murphy. to get things done, you've got to show up. you've got to work together. whether it's protectinal curity and women's health care or growing the economy, we've got to start solving problems instead of pointing fingers. i am patrick murphy and
i approve this message because i'll never stop working for you. putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room whilestanding there with noyoung as 15 wclothes.ging.
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maybe wipe down -- >> toy that. you wipe it down. >> always. why are so many people neglecting something that's already in your hands and near your face? >> you know what we're talking about. we're talking about the phones. your iphone. whatever phone you got. these microbiology students, college students tested their
phones everywhere. bathroom, kitchen, all over the place. every phone had bacteria. some more than others. >> things like toilet seats have less bacteria than your cell phone. >> why would that be? >> because the toilets are routinely cleaned. >> no! i am so traumatized. >> some phones picked up -- >> say it, >> fecal matter. antibiotic resistant bacteria. bottom line, take time to wipe the phone down. one study found alcohol wipes kill 99% of the bacteria on the phone. i don't know about that fecal matter, but you got that bacteria. >> no, no! [ laughter ]. >> those cleaning wipes, the electronic cleaning wipes kill up to 80%. now, there is some concern alcohol could damage the coating on your touchscreen and
under state attorney mark ober's watch, rape and sexual assault are on the rise. ober is not just ineffective, who forced a girl
into sexual slavery, even bthe ctim. ober: she was with him voluntarily. our community deserves new leadership. andrew warren, an experienced prosecutor, will reallocate resources to target violent crime, putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner'se, not ready i go through the roof.
nything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room whilestanding there with noyoung as 15 wclothes.ging. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like
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hit-and-run crashes, wrong- way drivers, so many of them due to drinking and driving. a local bar is doing its part it's here. your first chance to ride the cross-bay ferry. where should you go when you step off the boat? for some it's a distant memory. for others, hurricane hermione still stings. now one business finally getting back on its feet. "10news at 6" starts right now. >> good evening. i am reginald roundtree. >> and i am dion lim.
now a hit-and-run suspect that killed a mother and seriously hurt a deputy over the weekend went before a judge. his bond is set at $101,000. >> now, reg, 71-year-old charles lewis made a full confession. he told polk deputies he was at a bar on friday night. that's when he had a total of four beers and then drove home. now, he said he knew he hit something, but he didn't know what that something was. this story has left you with a lot of questions. now, one facebook post in it says, quote, i actually hope that the venue that let him leave to drive drunk, too drunk to drive, is held responsible as well. 10news polk county newsroom reporter grady trimble is looking into whether bars are liable for drunk driving crashes. >> reporter: the bartenders at linksters believe in going the extra mile to stop drunk driving. about a year ago that belief was tested when one of their customers had too much to drink
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