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right now indonesia is on high alert as police search for those behind a deadly terror attack. the stadium saga may soon be over. this morning the city of st. pete looks to strike a deal with the rays. check your ticket! there's a powerball winner in florida! good morning and welcome to 10 news this morning. i'm allison kropff. and i'm ian reitz. lets get a look at 10 weather with meteorologist bobby
people are dead following a terrorist attack in the capital city of jakarta. police say suicide bombers and gunmen attacked a busy shopping area. we just learned that police say the attackers were coping the paris terrorist attacks. witnesses say three suicide bombers went inside a starbucks and set off explosives...while gunmen attacked a police post nearby. starbucks says at least one customer was injured. the company has closed all its stores in jakarta until further notice. the u.s. embassy in jakarta issued an emergency message urging u.s. citizens to avoid that area. as of right now, no one is claiming responsibility for the attacks but the country has received several warning in recent weeks that islamic militants were planning something big. just a few hours ago, starbucks sent out this statement regarding the attacks in indonesia. the company said in part, "we are deeply saddened by the senseless acts that have taken place in jakarta today; our hearts are with the people of indonesia."
sydney opera house is back open after briefly being evacuated following a bomb threat. this is video from the sydney morning herald . the ferry wharf nearby was searched, but nothing was found. police there say it was precautionary. at this point they're not releasing any additional information. we'll have another updates as soon as we get new information. if you played the powerball, get out your tickets. one of the three winning tickets was bought right here in florida. here's another look at the winning powerball numbers. 8-27-34-4-19-10. as you know, that jackpot is now up over one and a half billion dollars. california lottery was the first to report a winning ticket at a 7-11 in chino hills. this is what the convenience store looked like overnight. a winning ticket was also sold in munford, tennessee, just north of memphis. and the winning ticket in florida could be out of tampa..
lounge wednesday night during the drawing. a tampa group pulled their funds together to buy 73- thousand lottery tickets. so far.. no word on where that ticket was purchased. new this morning, neighbors are relieved after police bust a major drug ring in st. pete. it all happened at a home on 5th avenue north. police arrested four people and seized cocaine along with cash and a bunch of other illegal drugs. 10 news reporter emerald morrow is live at the st. pete police department. emerald, neighbors have been complaining about drug activity at this house for a long time. - yeah, allison - and it was actually their tips and complaints that helped police bust up the drug ring going on at the home - and you won't believe how police picked the right time to attack... - we're told they used a baby monitor to watch what was
- and once they had enough evidence to go in - they called their swat team to help out - and they needed that help because the house was so heavily secured with burglar bars and locks they actually had to use an arv to pull the entire front door off the home - once they got inside, they found fourteen people...many of whom police say were doing drugs during the bust - and police say they have neighbors to thank for helping them track the bad guys down. four people arrested in the raid. - the first man on your left is antonio - police say he was been charged with house, and having illegal drugs - for awhile it had been hard to track down because he kept going from house to house - but
once neighbors decided they had enough of seeing users in their neighborhood. - live in st. pete, emerald morrow, 10 news, wtsp. we're just hours presidential candidates taking the stage for the first time in 2016. tonight will be this is an important one with just weeks away on february first. since the president's state of candidates have been about their disapproval of obama and his policies. the debate starts at 9 p-m tonight. happening today, st. pete's city council is expected to approve a deal between the city and the rays. mayor rick kriseman says the deal is vital to keep the team in tampa
the agreement lets the rays look at new stadium sites anywhere in hillsborough or pinellas counties. they'd be allowed to move there before their contract to play at tropicana field ends in 2027. in return, if the rays move out of st. petersburg, they have to pay the city a penalty of up to 24 million dollars. they would also give up any claim to the millions of dollars the city says it will make by selling the land where the trop sits right now. 10 news reporter grayson kamm is live at tropicana field. grayson, the rays say they truly want to stay in tampa bay. and to do that, they need a new ballpark and they need to look on both sides of the bay for a location. this new deal requires that search take at least six months -- to give communities time to make their cases to the team. it'll kick off an episode of everybody's favorite 1980s game show the dating game! bachelor number one is the hillsborough working group a team of five elected officials and business leaders. they'll argue to
provide less tax money to pay for a ballpark, hillsborough has a larger population and business base that will make the rays more in ticket sales in the long run. bachelor number two is the new baseball forever campaign. mayor kriseman just announced this coalition of st. pete fans, business, and community leaders. they'll pitch to the rays building a new ballpark in the same location as tropicana field. st. pete does have more tax money than hillsborough to help with the upfront cost of a ballpark. but they may face attendance challenges they have for years. and we may see a bachelor number three! some sort of group of people pushing for a ballpark at the toytown landfill or somewhere else in the gateway area of pinellas, which is at the west end of the howard frankland bridge. that's the battle that would go into motion if the deal is approved in the city council meeting, starting at 3:00. live in st. petersburg, grayson kamm, 10news wtsp. a manatee county man is expected to go before a judge today
and killing his girlfriend's one- year-old son. investigators say 37 year old john stewart had been watching knowellan kelly at his palmetto home while his girlfriend worked. the little boy started having seizures, throwing up, and not responding. these are all signs that doctors say would happen after violently shaking or hitting a child's head. the child died at the hospital with bleeding and swelling in his brain, spinal cord injuries and broken ribs in various stages of healing. just 8 weeks before his death... records show child protective services closed a case with the family saying the mother's 4 kids were well taken care of and safe. developing this morning out of italy.. an arrest has been made in the murder of a florida woman living in florence. italian media is reporting a senegal-ese immigrant was taken into custody on wednesday. 35 year old ashley olsen of summer haven, florida was strangled to death in her florence apartment. d-n-a and surveillance cameras show the two were together a day before olsen was found dead. it could be a way to stop children
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taken to local hospitals and are expected to be o-k. leaders at the idaho panhandle avalanche center say one of the skiers triggered the avalanche prompting warnings in the area through today. you've probably seen this image this week. a car completely iced over from the lake erie surf in new york. it's finally been removed. it took a team of four people armed with 350 pounds powdered calcium chloride to melt the ice. it only took 15 minutes before the car was free.. leaving behind an interesting ice sculpture.
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