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ad lib lets get a look at 10 weather with meteorologist kate wentzel. we're staying on top of that breaking we're staying on top of that breaking
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top of that breaking we're staying on top of that breaking news out of iran. right now, iran state media is reporting that all 10 detained u-s navy sailors have been released, after hours of interrogation. but the u-s has not confirmed their release yet. the sailors were taken into custody after their ships had mechanical problems with their navigation system and drifted into iranian waters in the persian gulf on tuesday. multiple iranian news outlets are reporting that the sailors will now be taken to a u-s ship in the region. new this morning, the detroit auto show just began, and the stars of the show so far have been driverless
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announced it's now testing them in the snow. and leaders in the auto industry say driverless cars will be on our roads in tampa bay in a few years, not a few decades. so 10 news reporter grayson kamm is looking at how that huge change could transform your city and improve your life. he's live this morning in south tampa. grayson, you talked one-on-one with the top transportation planner in the bay area about this. and he blew me away with some of the things he said are natural next steps as driverless cars hit the road. paul steinman is the district secretary, the leader for the florida department of transportation in tampa bay. his job is to think big, and think into the future. because of that, your driveway could disappear, and so could parking lots and garages. freight and packages could all
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making roads much less crowded for you. and as driverless cars become more common, crashes and deaths should become more rare. steinman says human error is a factor in 95 percent of crashes. what about when all of the cars on the road are driverless, not just some of them? then, our cars can talk to each other and drive much closer together, centimeters apart. we could have highways not much wider than a sidewalk. with no speed limits, no road signs, and practically no crashes. plus, everybody's commute gets faster. and tampa bay may get more jobs out of this. the selmon expressway is one of just a handful of places in the country certified as a test site for driverless cars. live in south tampa, grayson
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the widow of the man who was shot and killed inside a wesley chapel movie theater is moving forward with a new lawsuit. two years ago, police say curtis reeves shot and killed chad oulson during an argument over texting. nicole oulson is suing cobb theatres and a theater employee claiming they didn't enforce the company's prohibition on weapons. the suit alleges that as a direct result of the defendant's negligence, oulson also suffered permanent physical, psychological and economic damage. she is seeking damages in excess of 15 thousand dollars and a trial by jury. governor rick scott is kicking off his "million miles for a million jobs" tour today. and he'll be making a stop in tampa at u-s-a-a at 1 p-m. during his state of the state address on tuesday, governor scott urged lawmakers to cut one billion dollars in taxes. he also called for the creation of 250 million fund to help with job growth in the state.
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working to figure out what the supreme court's decision to strike down florida's death penalty means for inmates. they also want to look at whether taxpayers will be on the hook for re- trials. the supreme court finds that florida's system is unconstitutional. they say it wrongly gives power to the judge-- not the jury-- whether a killer should be executed. and the jury's recommendation for the death penalty-- does not have to be unanimous, like in most states. attorney general pam bondi says she'll work with lawmakers to make the court-required changes. edward covington is on death row for the murders of barbara freiberg's daughter and grandkids... she hopes this doesn't delay justice for so many families. right now, there are 390 inmates on florida's death row - 96 are from the bay area. we're putting the news back in the morning, time now is . 14 people are dead after a bombing in pakistan. that's topping
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the nation and the world in 60 seconds. the attack targeted a polio vaccination center just before it opened in southwestern pakistan. the 14 people killed were 12 police officers, a soldier and one civilian. another 23 people were hurt. police say the attack appeared to be a suicide bomb, but an investigation will continue. vice president joe biden will be taking on a new national effort to find a cure for cancer. president obama made that announcement during tuesday night's state of the union address. the issue is personal to biden after the loss of his 46-year-old son, beau, to brain cancer last may. biden has already been working with congress and the national institutes of health on finding strong resources. lawyers for bill cosby will be in a massachusetts courtroom today. they are requesting documents filed in a civil lawsuit by seven women accusing the comedian of sexually assaulting them decades ago. those documents have been kept confidential during the pre-trial phase, but cosby's lawyers say they contain invasive information about his medical and sexual history. more travelers
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the airport. despite security concerns, two million people are now enrolled in the t-s-a airport pre- check program. it allows travelers to experience faster and more efficient screening at more than 150 airports nationwide including tampa international airport and st. pete-clearwater international airport. developing this morning out of michigan, the state's governor is asking for help from the federal emergency management agency to deal with flint's drinking water crisis. he wants fema make a recovery plan with other federal agencies that could help people get the water they need. thousands are helping out across the country, donating tons of drinking water to the city. this comes after health officials found elevated blood-lead levels in children were caused when the city's water source was switched. they found the water was not treated the right way for corrosion. analysts predict amazon is in the works of becoming the next shipping giant that could ultimately bypass ups and fedex. while consumers see amazon
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already owns 25 percent of a french delivery company and is now buying the rest. this move will help amazon take control over its transportation and shipping costs. if you feel like your cell phone rings or vibrates when it actually isn't, you're not alone. the condition your may have but doctors say not to worry. next week.. watch 10news this morning for your chance to enter to win four tampa bay lightning tickets to the february 3rd home game against the detroit red wings. all you have to do is watch for the word of the day monday through thursday. then enter it on our facebook page. we'll announce
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when we go to the store, i find my box of honey bunches of oats and i' m checking to see if i packaged it. best cereal in the world right there. if the last 3 letters were p22, that'
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on 10news and c-b-s .. followed by mike and molly at 8:30.. criminal minds at 9 then code black at 10. then catch 10 news at 11. stay up for the late colbert and his guests paul giamatti and guerrilla girls. and if you go to bed early-- don't we're sharing the the late show with you on 10 news this morning, every day at 5-20 and 6-20. if you've ever felt like your cell phone was ringing or vibrating when its not, you're not going crazy. it's called phantom vibration syndrome. a new study of nearly 300 u-s college students found 90 percent of them say they feel phantom phone sensations. doctors say phantom vibration syndrome obviously isn't life or death, but it is a sign that too much technology may be hazardous to your interaction with others. mark zuckerberg
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users to share their stories of friendship for #friendsday on feb. 4 --that's when facebook celebrates its 12th birthday. --in a facebook post, zuckerberg said "friendsday" is "a moment to celebrate the friendships that have made a difference in your life." ## an ohio man took a selfie to help police catch him. --45-year old donald "chip" pugh was arrested --he was wanted on failure to appear warrant in lima, ohio --he sent police this selfie with the caption: "here is a better photo. that one is terrible." --the ohio department released pugh's self-selected photo on its facebook page...with hashtage #thanksfortheselfie
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nurse and patient meet 25 years later, with roles reversed --lynn bartos always had a good feeling about the soft- spoken nurse who would greet her warmly when she got treatments for rheumatoid arthritis pain. --it turned out the two had a far deeper connection. --the connection goes back to being a toddler --the woman she was taking care of -- took care of her when she was an infant --she is also a nurse...and took care of the then toddler after her small intestines became twisted shortly after birth --"it was an absolute gift to me to
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late late show host james corden's popular car karaoke segment may have just landed its biggest celebrity yet. who he is seen jamming out with in the car, next. don't forget, you can always take 10
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if you go to bed if you go to bed if you go to bed early, you'll want to set your d-v-r for this. late late show host james corden has adele for his "carpool karaoke" segment on tonight's episode. in a teaser video, the pair are singing to her hits, "hello" and "rolling in the deep," as well as debating whether the star should wear a wig or just a weave. you can catch the
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c-b-s after the late show with stephencolbert. coming up on 10 news this morning.. right now we're working to confirm that 10 detained u-s sailors are safe after iranian officials say they released them just minutes ago. and as excitement builds for the enormous powerball jackpot, the warning you'll want to hear from
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