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good morning, it's i'm allison kropff. and i'm jenny dean. in for ian. overnight...hundred s of shoppers in our area have been crossing items off their holiday lists. it's all part of the growing trend of expanding black friday into thanksgiving...or what some are calling "gray thursday." 10news reporter emerald morrow is live at tampa premium outlets in lutz. emerald, we don't see as many people at the malls anymore on black friday, but where you are actually has seen a steady
yeah, it's been very busy out here, with people coming out right after dinner yesterday.... some might have even skipped out on the feast to catch some of the good deals. and what's interesting about coming here to shop is that people literally come from all over the world to shop. we have sarah from tampa premium outlets here with us... sarah, how have things been going? some might have even skipped out on the feast to catch some of the good deals. and what's interesting about coming here to shop is that people literally come from all over the world to shop. we have sarah from tampa premium outlets here with us... sarah, how have things been going? - how are you able to attract so many people despite all the online competition - also, lots of international shoppers...somethin g you usually see at the orlando outlets...talk to us about that. the mall is open until 10 tonight if you want to come out back to you after all that
family visits....and turkey, you might be ready to just veg out. t cities across the country are looking into charging you a tax for streaming video on services like hulu and netflix. 10news reporter sarah hollenbeck joins us live. sarah...this seems crazy....some cities want to charge a 9% tax. yeah, chicago, il already is...and pasadena, california is looking into it now.
news for millions of us that like to plop down on the couch, relax and stream a tv show...movie....or music.... cities across the country are desperate to make up for budget shortages and they could pounce on your checkbook just for watching netflix in the comfort of your home. so cities want to reclassify video streaming services as a "utility" so they can tax it. but... how is that legal? one internet expert says it might no robert callahan, internet association director "utilities are water and electricity and sewer and all sorts of other utilities. websites and apps don't fit that mold whatsoever." callahan says cities could be violating
allow tax on the internet. and here's the really crazy part of this story---- cities are trying to use a loophole with a law voters voted yes on 8 years ago! i'm putting the final edits on that part of the story now to have it for you at 6-30. allison..... many shoppers are making the black friday frenzy a family affair! the juszczyk family lined up at target thursday night as part of an annual thanksgiving day tradition. they start their christmas shopping, and a charity is also on their gift list. while at toys r us, 6 year old kaiden burnett couldn't wait to pick out the present his parents have been promising. before you head out to the stores this black friday - go to wtsp-dot-com-- or the 10 news app for a peek at those sale ads. an american service-member was
thanksgiving day by a roadside bomb in syria. several hundred american military personnel are there training syrian rebels fighting isis. in iraq, about five thousand american troops are also helping the effort to defeat the terror organization. holly williams spent time with some of them as they celebrated thanksgiving, some for the first time away from home. just east of mosul..we travelled with colonel brett sylvia today, as he rallied 101st airborne division..dug in here for the battle against isis. "we still have a mission here, and it's a dangerous mission." today they took time out from the fight.as colonel sylvia honored a longstanding military tradition.....senior officers serving the rank and file soldiers their thanksgiving lunch. colonel sylvia is on his fourth tour of duty in iraq - but for
"this is specialist kang sir, he's our medic making sure we're good with our immunization and just staying safe out there sir." they were children when the us invaded iraq in 2003..a new generation of young americans, serving in iraq five years after the us government said it was leaving for good. "they didn't sign up because they wanted to come fight in iraq they signed up because they wanted to serve their country.." "american service members could be here for many months to come. the u-s military says 1500 isis fighters have been killed in the battle for mosul - but the extremists are determined, and their tactics have slowed the offensive. holly willliams, cbs news, northern iraq". if you're watching your weight, the holidays are tough, right? today you may be feeling a little bit of diet remorse. experts say overindulging on
diet. if you are watching your diet, it is helpful to not hang onto too many goodies after the holiday is over. you can keep the turkey and veggies but give away those pies. and don't beat yourself up about overindulging on a holiday because it's not something you're doing every day. experts say you can also help yourself out during holiday meals by remembering to eat until you are about 80 percent full. don't wait until you are stuffed. this will help make it easier to get back on track the next day. this is one of those stories that is going to put a smile on your face this morning. a southern california teen has big dreams to build a cooking empire and inspire others with autism to live independent lives. this is chase bailey and he was diagnosed with autism when he was 2 years old.
about cooking. today he has a cooking show on youtube with tens of thousands of viewers and celebrity chefs as guests. he just released his first cookbook and he wants to inspire others to follow their dreams. chase has a foundation called the chase yur dreams foundation. half of the proceeds from the sale of his cookbook will be used for grants to help people with autism receive education and vocational training. this morning a colorado man is celebrating after breaking a world record. bob mc-adam lives in a retirement community -- but at 96-years young -- he stays very active. mcadam broke the record for his age group -- finishing the highlands ranch turkey day 5k in just 4 4minutes and
mcadam beat the previous record for a runner in his age group by almost two minutes! he thanked the crowd for cheering him on the entire way. two people that didn't know each other a week ago, shared a thanksgiving meal. coming up... we'll tell you how these two ended up being friends by mistake. coming up tonight on 10 news and c-b-s. starting at 8:00, frosty the snowman, followed by frosty returns at 8:30. at 9:00, macgyver. at 10:00, blue bloods. then tune in to 10 news at 11. don't forget to stay up for the late show with stephen colbert and his guests tiger woods, elijah wood and
bought a powerball ticket, you may want to. the jackpot has now topped 403 million dollars. no one has won it since september 17th. if you happen to be the lucky winner, it will be the 9th largest powerball jackpot in history and the 13th largest prize in the country. the odds of getting the grand million. the lump sum payout for saturday: 243 million. you can get the winning numbers right here on 10 news at 11:00 on saturday night. what started out as a text message to the wrong person -- ended with strangers coming together for the
jamal hinton and wanda dench began last week in arizona when dench sent a text to hinton trying to confirm thanksgiving day plans.. not realizing the phone number was wrong -- hinton replied saying she wasn't his grandmother -- but jokingly asked for a plate anyway.. and on thanksgiving they got to meet and break bread.. and the internet. hinton almost didn't make it because his family dinner was at the same time.. but he figured two turkey dinners are better than one especially because
the ledger we have a lot to get to here on 10 news this morning. a television icon has died. more on the passing of america's t-v mom, florence henderson. and if you're looking for a way to finish those leftovers.. i have you covered with a family recipe that has something for everyone. we are working on all those stories, plus ric has your forecast and we'll check out how the morning commute looks, all
legends gets the hero treatment in a new film about the life of toshiro mifune. steven spielberg is among those honoring the actor in the documentary "mifune the last samurai". the film is in theaters today. a thanksgiving tradition at a saint louis hospital is very cute. check this out! nurses at saint lukes hospital
hey, it's friday and it is another great day of weather. we are going to see sunshine. temperatures back into the low 80s. right now mainly clear skies. a little rain off the east coast. it doesn't stay here. if you are heading out for early morning shopping or later this afternoon, 83 for the afternoon. a little cooler for the weekend but close to 80 degrees.
slight rain chance. we will talk about that in a couple of minutes. good morning. here are your hot spots at 6:00 on your friday. i am road warrior hilary zalla. along i-75 in hillsborough county just north of sun city boulevard there is a crash partially blocking the left lane. in injuries reported. because we have more people out on the roads early when it's dark out, just make sure you take it slow. i will get you drive time interstates in less than ten minutes. your news, your community, and we are putting the news back in the morning. this is "10news this morning" at 6. welcome to "10news this morning." i am allison kropff. >> i am jenny dean in for ian. hollywood mourning a legend. florence henderson known to many as carol brady died
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