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a bay area group created an epic pool buying 73 thousand tickets for wednesday's drawing. a man is behind bars, charged with aggravated murder in the death of a florida woman in italy. one of the biggest holiday gifts is becoming popular on college campuses around the country, but usf could be putting restrictions on them.. good morning and welcome to 10 news at 4-30. i'm allison kropff. and i'm ian reitz.. lets get a look at
chances. but a local group has created the most epic powerball pool... they bought 73 thousand tickets! 10 news reporter courtney robinson explains why they won't be upset if they didn't win. ticket after ticket after ticket . all for two guys and one mega powerball pool. -- 757 33 we thought maybe we get. like 30 grand in next thing it was 50 and then 60 and then totally out-of- control 37 -- shane krugman and ryan mcguinness created a private facebook pool. for a buy-in of 500 dollars . these tampa friends and 290 of their friends . have increased their odds of winning. the chances one of their 73-thousand numbers hits the jackpot 1 in 4- thousand. -- 10 there's so much on the table right now at 1,000,000,000 1/2 or 1.6 billion that matter how many people we got and it didn't really matter that 34 $5 million still enough money for everyone5922 -- but running a pool this big is no game. they're working with
pool participant . mo samhoury . his family owns the metro market in ybor . and is they key piece to this powerball puzzle. -- -- they've been working around the clock . printing, scanning and dreaming of hitting it big. and if they don't. -- 00 43 it's like going out to a bad dinner or a bad sports game and you lost $500 it happens. we've definitely spent $500 on worse stuff than this. for sure. 53. that was 10news reporter courtney robinson in tampa. the group is waiting to see where the winning ticket were sold. they're planning to check their tickets today. for more on the breakdown and what steps you should take if you're ever a big winner, head to wtsp dot com. right now italian media is reporting a man is under arrest in connection with the murder of a florida woman in italy. 35-year-old ashley olsen was strangled in her home in italy over the weekend. the suspect has not been identified.
combing through surveillance videos along the route she was last seen. olsen's boyfriend, who found her body, has an alibi. wedndesday afternoon three people were taken to the hospital-- after a school bus...filled with kids collided with an s-u-v in riverview. two students and the other driver were checked out. thankfully, their injuries were only minor. the bus driver -- 63 year old marilyn kay ray -- was cited for causing the crash. there were 31 kids onboard-- from "summerfield crossings elementary." new this morning... a manatee county man is behind bars accused of abusing his girlfriend's 1- year-old son so badly... it killed the little boy. investigators say the child's injuries happened while in his care. 10 news reporter kendra conlon uncovers child protective services has investigated the family in the past. when 14 month old knowellan kelly arrived here at manatee memorial hospital doctors discovered he'd had several broken ribs... bruises on his chest.. as well as bleeding and swelling of his brain that they say
from those injuries - the next day. a month later - his mom's boyfriend is now charged with the baby's death. investigators say 37 year old john stewart had been watching his girlfriend's son, here at his palmetto home, while she worked. records show stewart facebook messaged mother danake crawford that the little boy had been having seizures... he even took pictures.. documenting throwing up... all signs - doctors say that would surface shortly brain and spinal from violently shaking or hitting knowellan's head. investigators insist that happened at stewart's hand. just five months earlier - child protective services looked into a complaint that crawford didn't properly care for knowellan and her 3 other kids... ages 2, 3, and 6. allowing them to run outside unattended... she'd had just been arrested in front of the kids for driving without a license... had stolen from her dad to buy drugs.. and put herself before her children. just 8 weeks before knowellan's death.... cps investigators
looked clean, and well cared for... facing no threats or danger... and closed the case. cps workers looked into 4 other complaints in 5 years... for family violence and substance misuse - all closed investigators say without evidence. in palmetto, kendra conlon, 10 news, wtsp time now for headlines around the nation and the world in 60 seconds. before you make breakfast -- you need to hear this warning. walmart is recalling a popular "electric griddle" because of a shock hazard. 330-thousand "rival" brand griddles are affected. the were sold in stores and online last year from july through december. you can take it back to the store for a full refund. a 19th-century shipwreck was discovered on the floor of the indian ocean-- just off australia's west coast. the "shadowy image"-- shows a "largely intact" metal ship-- 12- thousand feet underwater-- with a slight bend in the middle.
looking for the "malaysian airliner"-- that vanished nearly two years ago. you could soon say goodbye to those hidden fees added to your hotel's room rate! the "federal trade commission"-- is asking congress to stop hotels from charging "resort fees"... that aren't part of the "advertised nightly rate." resort fees add an average of 25 to 30 dollars a night to your bill. so make sure to read all the fine print before booking a room! new information -- on a proposed new law inspired by a dog. it's called padi's bill after a local labrador. it's passed it's final committee and one step closing to becoming a law. padi was nearly euthanized after biting a child. he was allowed to live after a judge declared the current law...which requires dogs be put down if a bite is severe...was unconstitutional. representative greg steube's proposed bill calls for exceptions if there are extenuating circumstances. coming up at 5 on 10 news this morning, new developments in the investigation into what could have caused this house explosion in ohio
of four. st. petersburg city council is expected allow the tampa bay rays to look outside the city for a new stadium location. three skiers found alive after an avalanche falls on them at the idaho- montana mountains. coming up... restaurant red alert! take a look at just some of what 10 investigates uncovered at a local restaurant. plus... the makers of a popular lip balm...facing a lawsuit! the surprising side effects one customer
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first restaurant red alerts of the new year. and we've found a local kitchen. with very disturbing conditions. now, we want to warn you... some of the video you are about to see is hard to watch. gyroland. is located along the 33 hundred block of north nebraska avenue. just east of i-275. 10 investigates beau zimmer. is taking you inside the kitchen. in this morning's restaurant red alert. 37:42 they got good food! good service. serving up everything from pizza. to sub sandwiches. gyroland on north nebraska avenue is popular with customers. what do you normally order there? what do you like? i like everything there. variety. different things depending on my appetite. but state records show a wide variety of health code problems. the establishment
violations. like not having soap or paper towels. dead roaches in the ice for drinks. and temperature abuse on the gyro meat. but it was rodent activity last month. that triggered the establishment's second emergency closure since october. with the inspector counting up. close to 200 droppings! 1:02 hi. i'm beau zimmer with 10news wtsp. owner ibrahim elfesh invited 10investigates into his kitchen. but almost immediately. we started spotting repeat violations. like no paper towels at this handwashing sink. and that gyro meat. still not spinning. potentially allowing it to cool to unsafe temperatures. inside the walk-in cooler. we found more problems. 9:56 so raw shrimp. they're not going to want to see that right over the fresh produce down here. we also spotted this raw chicken left uncovered. and look at what we found when we opened up this box of papaya. 11:05 i have a friend just to keep it here. he's homeless. okay so this is a homeless friend that is keeping the papaya here? i will throw it away right now. just because i'm seeing some of the mold and things like that growing on there. we also spotted
that? like leaves? there. we also spotted something in the ice bin. 15:05 what is that? like leaves? some leaves? but the most critical issue we found was the continued presence of rodent droppings all around the food prep areas. 12:33 all down here. we have a lot of rodent droppings on the floor.and this is right underneath the front counter. at one point our camera even captured what sounded like squealing.. we want to warn you. what we found. might be disturbing. a live rodent. stuck to a sticky trap. right next to food storage shelves. and the walk-in cooler. 39:47 would you feel comfortable eating there today? no. definitely not. because that's not healthy. turns out customers aren't the only ones uncomfortable. 22:31 nobody. especially me. wants to be in a kitchen like this. trust me. if my kitchen is not clean. i cannot make a sandwich. i feel like i'm itching. elfish says he and his pest control company are working hard to get the issue under control. 20:30 we try as much as we can. it's not easy to be in an area list this. and you can't control about this. and it's not going to be controlled overnight.
alert about a very popular lip balm. a class action lawsuit has been filed against "eos." time magazine says people are complaining the lip balm causes skin to crack, bleed and blister. eos stands by its product saying that the health and well-being of customers is a top priority. hoverboards on college campuses! it's a hot issue right now. and usf even debated banning them. colleges are concerned because there are reports of them catching fire. 10 news reporter jenny dean explains why usf decided to take a different approach.. instead of an all out ban. check this out... a student at the university of washington bothell... putting out a fire.. started by his hoverboard. 30 universities have already banned the boards... for exactly that reason. chance belloise in one of a handful of students at usf now using a hoverboard
chance... he'll get to keep riding that hoverboard.. despite the risks.. belloise isn't worried about his hoverboard... and if there is a problem.. he's ready. for now.. the university is just taking an educational approach.. reminding students that anything they are charging in their dorm rooms could cause a fire. but safety officials are keeping an eye on hoverboards.. and if they do become a problem in the future... they will consider restrictions. in tampa, jenny dean 10 news wtsp. coming up... we have an update on the story of little
the sweet 9-year old land o-lakes boy we introduced you to last week here's a look at what's coming up on 10 news and c-b-s tonight. starting at 8:00, the big bang theory, followed by life in pieces at 8:30. at 9:00, mom. at 9:30, angel from hell. at 10:00, elementary. then tune in to 10 news at 11. don't forget to stay up for the late show with stephen colbert and his guests actress olivia munn and actor and comedian t-j miller. don't forget, you can always take 10 news with you just download the 10 can always take 10 news with you just download the 10 news app. it's a fast look at breaking news, weather and traffic - and get alerts so you won't miss a thing. search wtsp 10 news in the app
remember little eric piburn? the 9- year old land o- lakes boy we introduced you to last week. he not only captured our heartsbut hearts all across the country. eric is terminaland since he can't go to schoollearned how to spell and read playing wheel of fortune. we surprised him last weekwith a satellite meet-and- greet with pat and vanna! since his story airedhis story was picked up all over the country-- including entertainment tonight and inside edition! his mom has been overwhelmed with support. eric has never had a birthday party beforeso the kind eric has never had a birthday party
folks at old mcmickey's farm are throwing him the ultimate birthday bash. his family also has a "go fund me page" to help with medical bills. they've raised almost 8 thousand dollars. if you want more information about the party or if you'd like to donate -- just go to wtsp dot com. coming up on 10 news this morning... a winning ticket for the record breaking jackpot was sold in california, plus there are several two million and one million dollar winners.. including here in florida. the rays could be looking for a new stadium location after today's st. petersburg city council meeting. a venomous rare snake washed up on a dog beach and it was spotted by a beachgoer in california. we'll be back with another look at your weather and traffic, in three
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