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good morning, it's i'm allison kropff. and i'm ian reitz. news of president-elect donald trump becoming our 45th commander in chief is still not settling well with some. thousands of protesters came together for the second night of 10news reporter emerald morrow is live in ybor city where protesters gathered last night. emerald, most of the protests across the nation were peaceful, but at least one turned violent. yeah, lucky for us, we didn't have any problems as people marched here along 7th street in ybor. tampa police say the most they had to deal with was routing traffic detours and guarding the entrance ramps to i-275... but other parts
smoky haze took over the streets in portland, oregon where the demonstrations escalated to a riot. police had to make several arrests and in some cases use some force to get people out of the streets. and in oakland, fires burned and windows were broken out... it's an extreme symbol of the rage, anger and confusion many people are feeling right now. protesters say they can't understand how a candidate who ran a campaign on offending blacks, hispanics, mexicans, the disabled, those who serve and many more---made it to the highest office in the land. you all wasted no time on our facebook page coming after the protesters...saying they've got to accept the electoral college's decision... president-elect donald trump
either... on twitter last night, he called the protesting unfair, and said the demonstrations had been incited by the media. and coming up at 6, we're going to take a closer look at the protest that took place right here in ybor, and hear what people here in our area have to say. back to you. today, fears flood the l-g-b-t-q community. people are terrified what a trump administration could mean for the progress they've made toward equality. same sex couples worry president- elect trump and a worry president- elect trump and a republican controlled congress could reverse their rights from gay marriage to bathroom choice for transgender people. the president can't overturn the supreme court's decision on same sex marriage by himself, but can appoint more conservative justices which he indicated earlier this year he'd consider. mr. trump could try to reverse some obama administration rulings like federal benefits for same
vice president- elect mike pence has promised he'll work to abolish legislation against christian beliefs. right now-- several world renowed environmentalists are in st petersburg for a meeting today on climate change. they'll be talking about how it impacts us here in tampa bay. several of you are reaching out to us on facebook wondering if president elect donald trump will have an impact on our environment. in mr. trump's first 100 day action plan, he talked about cancng n's climate change programs, moving forward with the keystone pipeline and investing in $50 trillion dollars' worth of oil, natural gas and clean coal production. today's climate change forum is at 11 at the palladium theatre. a viral video from a middle school in michigan has sparked outage. it shows students shouting "build a wall" during their lunch hour. there are reports some students also locked arms and would not let minority students pass by them. the school's principal sent out a
are." the video has nearly 5 million views. today is a day we honor our veterans who help keep america safe. but for many of our nation's veterans, the battle doesn't end when they come home. 10news reporter sarah hollenbeck is live in the newsroom. sarah, this is really tough to think about: 22 veterans commit suicide every day. yes, and it's something leaders have said again and again we absolutely have to step in and prevent. many of our are also turning to drugs and alcohol to deal with post traumatic stress disorder. but there's help on the way. a new treatment center in san antonio, texas could serve as a model for future health care centers for veterans. it's called warrior's heart ranch..and it is only open to veterans, law enforcement and first responders the clinical director's son committed suicide at just 25
faced another enemy; post- traumatic stress disorder and alcoholism. still fighting her own pain, annette hill helped open the center to treat ptsd, traumatic brain injury, drug and alcohol addiction. treatment runs 28 to 90 days....with a focus on group spirituality and working with thearapy dogs. since warror's heart ranch opened in april, 40 people have been treated. it costs about 22- thousand dollars, but insurance does cover the treatment in most cases. there's a lot of events going on today for you to pay your respects to veterans...and several companies are offering special discounts for veterans and their families. here's what i'm digging into next at 6-30....a very cool
help vets get the honor and recognition they deserve. allison.... veterans who fought for our freedom are the bravest americans. but as sarah mentioned they can also be among our most vulnerable. 10news and our broadcast partners across the country have focused a spotlight on issues affecting our veterans. it's called "charlie foxtrot'. not only do vets have to battle serious emotional problems when they return home, but they also have to endless maze of red tape to get help. and the price of failure is often suicide. today on 10 news at 5:00, we dedicate an hour to our service members exposing a problem and work with you to find answers. don't miss, "charlie foxtrot." thousands of veterans of world war ii and the korean war have experienced honor flights, which bring veterans from around the country to washington, dc to see the memorials built in their honor. but what about veterans who are too frail to make the journey?
reality is helping to bring the memorials to them. joseph cook has seen a lot in his 92 years. plane the world war ii veteran flew dangerous missions in the army air corps ahead of the battle of okinawa gunfire "we had some scares up there" more than 70 years have passed, but the memories haven't faded. "i think about the people that paid you , they're real heroes" cook wanted to visit the national world war ii memorial in washington, d.c., but he's not healthy enough to make the trip. "it's really sad in a way cuz we as a nation waited far too long to build the world war 2 memorial and we're losing our veterans at a rate of 500 a day nationwide, world war 2 veterans" sarah hill co- founded honor everywhere, which
through virtual reality. "this is a way that they can feel like they were there" cook was able to finally see the monument in 3-d through these goggles. "thank you sniffle" crying cook's daughter and son were also choked up over the virtual tour. "this memorial is for him and to have him see that- and to see the expression on his face- i know it meant the world to him" it is a new way to salute aging war ro "i'll remember this the rest of my life" don champion, cbs news, kingwood, texas. today, the group will add a virtual reality tour of the vietnam wall to the programming. the holiday season is finally here. busch gardens wants you and your family to have some fun. with the purchase of a fun card, you can pay for a day and enjoy all of 20-17 for
you can also visit the park for the rest of this year at no additional cost. you can visit christmas town, have some festive treats and enjoy the lights around the park. it is the perfect way to kick off holiday celebrations and end the year with exciting thrills and attractions. you may have been waiting for this. ribfest at vinoy park in downtown st. pete is back and it kicks off today. doors open at 11:00 today, saturday and sunday and if the the barbeque doesn't get you there, the music lineup will. tonight huey lewis and the news.. tomorrow it's the doobie brothers and then sunday, many others in between. we have everything you need at w-t-s-p dot com. 10 news is the official weather station. this always draws a big crowd each year. the junior league of tampa holiday gift market kicks off today. doors open at 9:00 at the florida state fairgrounds. there will be over 150 vendors from across the country selling clothing, jewelry and a holiday decorations. it runs through sunday.
going to pull at your heart strings this morning. if you know someone serving overseas, you know the struggle it can be when you miss them. that's why one dad knew what to do to make sure his son got a kiss from him every night before bed. their sweet relationship, after the break. coming up tonight on 10 news and c-b-s. coming up tonight on 10 news and c-b-s. starting at 8:00, macgyver, followed by hawaii five-o at 9:00. at 10:00, blue bloods. then tune in to 10
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know how hard it can be. --this is a story we wanted to share. --dad leaves 'goodnight kisses' for son while deployed -- a total of 190 -- the number of nights he'd be gone. --they were left in a jar for his son sean. --steve is a major in the air force and was deployed to kuwait from april 17 to october 24. --each night, when sean missed his dad the most, he would pull a goodnight kiss out of the jar. --sean's mom mary ellen says he didn't go without a kiss from dad. --he even took the jar with him on trips to south carolina, ohio, delaware and maryland. --when there was just one left, sean knew his dad was --when there was just one left, sean
you love all-day breakfast. but you don't love that you can't get all your favorites. but now you can get more of what you love. so you can find something else to not love. age is, this will take introduced at the national toy hall of fame have been announced. we told you about some of the finalists thursday on 10 news this morning. many of you remember these toys from back in the day. a swing, dungeons and dragons, and fischer prices the little people all made the cut. the list of toys
hillsborough county as well. brooksville, zephyrhills your visibility down to less than two miles at this point. seeing a lot of 50s out there. even some upper 40s. it is chilly. we will rapidly warm up through the day today. there will be a time you won't need the jackets, but you want to pick those up again as you are heading out the door later on tonight it gets cold again. i will talk about how cold it will be tomorrow morning in a few minutes. good morning. here are your on your friday. i am road warrior hilary zalla. a crash just happened in the last ten minutes and this is on the westbound i-4 ramp to southbound 75. you can see it's blocking the right lane there. also, you have police in the median. this is causing delays. so coming up in less than 10 minutes i will have a drive time for you on i-4 and i-75. also take you to your bridges with drive times there, as well. your news, your community,