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the new rules of dumbing down your smartphone. what could become the new rules of the road and send you back to that old fashioned map. minutes of terror inside pulse nightclub - turn into months of painful recovery. one survivor's story. thanksgiving parade is one of the most famous holiday events of the year! but for one family, it has a special significance. good morning and welcome to "10 news early morning." i'm allison kropff. lets get a look at #10weather with meteorologist
the attack is the scars from the shooting, still healing. this morning we're getting a look at what the months since the june massacre have been like for one victim, angel santiago.. this morning, 10news reporter kendra conlon shares the story of a survivor's strength - through the eyes of our partners at the tampa bay times. angel santiago survived the
nightclub... 49 others did not. hiding from the gunman in a bathroom stall with more than a dozen clubgoers... as bullets pierced through the partition... hitting his leg.. shattering his heel... and his life as he knew it. day by day, the survivor has shared his painful fears with tampa bay times reporter kathleen mcgrory. the used car salesman had to quit his job. spent 25 days in the hospital, where eventually he joked with caregivers - he should stay - and get a job as a nurse. after his discharge... his injuries forced him to move in with his brother - who tried to keep the family afloat on one salary. they shared
surprises as they all tried to cope. now, angel's been lifted out of the lowest time in his life... with your support and 300-thousand dollars from the oneorlando fund. and who he'll become... after being touched by this tragedy. people donated nearly 30 million dollars to the fund helping victims' families and survivors like angel. orlando bought the club with plans for
we are just learning that another child has died from monday's school bus crash in chattanooga, tenneesee. that means six students were killed. four are still fighting for the lives. we are also learning new information about the driver. while alcohol and drugs have been ruled out, possible factors, like excessive speed. the n-t-s-b also wants to know why 24-year-old johnthony walker wasn't driving on a designated bus route. while he has no previous criminal history, records show walker was in a minor accident while driving a school bus two months ago. he remains in jail on charges of vehicular manslaughter. new information this morning about the florida state student accused of murding a couple and chewing on the dead man's face. according to f-b-i tests -- 19-year-old austin harrouff had no detectable
alcohol and trace amounts of marijuana. his attorney says harouff is mentally ill. he has pleded not guilty to first- degree murder and other charges. distracted driving is being blamed for more accidents and deaths than ever before. now the national highway traffic safety administration is asking cell phone makers to develop ways to block people from using their phones while driving. 10 news reporter jonathan petramala drove around to find out if people are ready to let go of their phones. there's a perception about florida drivers. would you believe according to data, florida drove to a 28th place finish for worst drivers. mostly drivers blame this distracting device. which is why the
traffic safety administration released recommendations asking phone and app developers to begin to block most apps, videos, and eliminate texting or keyboard use while a phone user is driving. these recommendations won't force anyone to make this...appen...but legislators often use those as a driving factor in writing laws. in pinellas county, jonathan petramala, 10 news wtsp. we're hours away from the 90th macy's thanksgiving day parade in new york city.
for one local familythe parade has special significance, decades in the making. sure, this could be a great storyabout the newsome high school marching band and color guard. a story about their hard work. 51:33 we had band camp over the summer and we'd be here for 12 hours! to make it as one of the 8 bands in the nation.and only band from florida, to perform in the macy's thanksgiving day parade. 51:06 i'm super excited for it, we have a bunch of great people here who help us prepare for this big moment that many of us. most of us won't be able to live this moment again. but this is no ordinary story. it's a story starting with william tucker. 52:33 i play the alto saxophone for more than a year and a halfsince william was in 7th grade.he's been looking forward to representing newsome on a national stage. 55:08 we want to make our state, our city and our community proud by doing the best job we can! but on this 90th year of the parade, william is doing this for
grandmother marched in the macy's parade when she was young, and so it's kind of special for me to kind of continue that. the only photo of grandma.from the 1950's.decked out in her majorette costume, twirling away. also at practice today: william's mom, janet.who has an even bigger reason to burst with pride. 12:15 not just only for my son but for all of these kids. especially after she reveals to her son for the first time.of her own experience 7:32 i was about 9 years olar the macy's thanksgiving day parade herself in the mid 1970's. 50:04 i didn't know that! 50:10 that's pretty cool, i have a grandmother and my mom! three generations.now sharing one special bond. .and some tricks of the trade. 53:44 we're going to be wearing a lot of thermal underwear to keep us warm! bringing a slice of the sunshine state.and a family tradition to new york. for the whole country to see.
and the rest of the band woke up a 1:30 in the morning to practice the day of, in 10-degree temperatures! the newsome band goes on at exactly 10:08. you can watch the parade right here on 10 news and cbs. we have a lot to get to coming up at 5 on 10 news this morning.. ian is in the newsroom with a few of the stories we're working on for you. it's a debate every thanksgiving for the past couple of years: should stores open on the holiday? after the close its doors today, the debate is even bigger this year. president-elect donald trump wants to help you celebrate the holidays this year. the holiday decoration you can hang up on your tree. we are working on all those stories, plus ashley has your thanksgiving forecast and hilary is checking on your roads. that's all coming up in 20 minutes. still to come here on 10 news early morning, it's almost time to sit down and enjoy that big meal with the family, but
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off for many families- and it seems every day another company is selling an "at home meal kit"! so we asked you-- what do you think of these? on our facebook page -- a-j writes "anyone who buys these ready meals are lazy. don't expect your mom or grandma's cooking." and jason says "don't bother getting the publix meal deals. everything was way too salty and basically tasted like crap. not worth the $44.95." but we wanted to know- are these at home kits worth it? and better than battling the grocery store? 10 news reporter jennifer titus puts them to the test. take pkg: 5:00 cp ''there's nothing like a good family get together and a good family meal" it's a fact. you have to eat. 1:28 clip from groundhog day 'aren't you worried about cholesterol love handles?" 'i don't' worry about anything anymore' and that's the statement many households are echoing after catching on to the fad of at home meal kits. families don't have to worry about that trip to the grocery store 23:13 it's exciting michelle gutzka is one of the millions of people who's decided to receive their dinner at their doorstep "nats of her
difference in her grocery bill nats they come with the exact amount needed for your meal nats so no extra ingredients are left behind nats and the other benefit- the kits get her trying new foods. 24:54 "what are some items maybe you've tried? "we've ate with fairytale eggplant" so instead of taking her word for it we decided to try it our selves. we ordered from 3 different sites blue apron home chef and hello fresh. the boxes arrived. and then we headed to the groce exact items from the box at the store our blue apron kit came with 3 meals for 2 people for 59.94 at the store our total came out to 42.85 and we added 15.00 for a fish that wasn't available for an estimated total of 57.85about a few dollars different - home chefgave us 2 meals for 2 peoplefor 49.80 the grocery store39.09 and we added about 5 dollars for items they didn't haveestimating total around 44 dollars our last kit from hello fresh---3 meals 2
grocery store total around $61.00 we weren't done there. 24:27 'would you say for you it's more about the experience instead of cost effectiveness? i would say its for the experience because they send things ive never heard important part of it so it was more about expanding your horizons? yes.' and horizon's were definitely expanded in our 3 boxes. from barramundi fillets to bulgur https: the at home meal kit is something new many people are taking a bite of 25:16 'would you recommend this to other people"? "yes" jennifer titus 10 news wtsp a big day for
petersburg as the tall ship "lynx" arrived in bayborro harbor. the historic 110- foot replica of a baltimore clipper, which was used in the war of 1812, will make the bay area its winter home and is expected to be an attraction along the downtown st. pete waterfront. right now the ship is parked across from the usf st. pete campus, in preparation for a coast guard inspection on friday. it will then move to its permanent dock closer to the vinoy in downtown st. pete. the lynx will be in st. petersburg through around april before heading north for the summer. it is expected to return each november, making st. petersburg its permanent winter home. coming up next, a black bear makes its way into a garage in a florida home. what surprises the family the most was the bears craving for
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its garage door open. inside -- was a freezer packed full of food. and boy did he dig in! the 400 pound animal went straight for dessert -- devouring ice cream and zucchini cakes. he skipped over all the fish in the freezer. the people who live here say they're surprised the bear was able to unscrew the lid to the jar of ice cream. coming up at 5:00 on 10 news this morning, with thanksgiving starting off the holiday season, many people are ready to get started on their holiday shopping. we're ki think about stores being open on thanksgiving. besides the new balloons and floats with the macy's day parade, they have a new addition, extra security. they are there to protect the millions of people at the city's popular parade everyday this wee, we have shared our thanksgiving family recipes with you. but today, we are doing something special. we're sharing the experience with a local family. we'll be back with another look at your weather and traffic, in three
good morning and welcome to 10 news this morning. i'm allison kropff. and i'm ian reitz. traditionally, thanksgiving has always been a time for friends and family. but retailers looking to cash in on early holiday shopping sales have been trying to create new traditions...ones where you leave the dinner table to head straight to their stores. 10news reporter emerald morrow is live at the best buy on dale mabry in tampa. emerald, some people are already camping out for
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