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as some of the coldest weather of the season moves in as some of the coldest weather of the season moves in locals bundle up, but not some tourists. keeping your family and home safe as temperatures continue to drop. a mosquito borne illness is spreading hillsborough county and more are found around the country. welcome to 10 news at 4-30. i'm allison kropff. and i'm ian reitz.. lets get a look at #10weather with meteorologist bobby deskins.
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temps don't always mean cash for some beach businesses. they bank on big bucks from people out enjoying our usually warm winters. but as 10news reporter kendra conlon shows you, this weather isn't stopping everyone. dawn rose, new yorker turned st. pete resident ed
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pam ingram, sioux city, iowa 5 year old elizabeth from kansas city missouri... couldn't wait to take a swim in the gulf. on st.pete beach degree water... that didn't last too long... once grabbing her jacket... i asked the shivering kindergardner if it's warmer than missouri. paul watson from england - just wanted to wade. that's true... but see a pattern? from florida either. others.. are bundled up.. and if ear warmers and gloves aren't enough... a little love can keep them warm. for floridians... it's all about the layers. we found sweatshirts on sale at surf style... and even the hooters girls at john's pass wearing long sleeves. the cold has put a
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twistee treats... except for a couple of iowans. that was kendra conlon reporting. there are some dangers-- that come along with the cold weather. we're breaking down "4-ways"-- to prevent most "heat- related fires." first-- keep anything that can burn-- at least 3- feet away from heating equipment-- like the furnace, fireplace, wood stove, or portable space heater. have a 3-foot "kid-free zone" around open fires and space heaters. never use your oven to heat your home. and remember to turn off "portable heaters"-- when leaving the room-- or going to bed. ### hundreds of people from flint, michigan protested as the state's governor delivered his "state of the state" speech tuesday. they blame him for not cleaning up the lead that poisoned the water in their city. people in flint have filed at least two class-action lawsuits against governor rick snyder over the state's handling of
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address, the governor apologized several times for the water crisis, pledging to do all he can to help reverse the damage. but, health officials say the effects of lead exposure may be permanent. governor snyder has asked lawmakers for nearly 30-million dollars to replace plumbing in schools, daycares, and hospitals. he says the state will pay for medical and behavorial treatment for affected children. you just heard from a survivor of the sarasota tornado. 74-year-old nancy devito was trapped in her second story bedroom after the walls and roof came
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she was buried under rubble for half an hour. firefighters made the risky decision to go in and get her out. we showed you on used airbags to lift body -- allowing her to crawl to safety. nancy says it's unbelievable that she survived. baby chance's mom is set to accept you may recall chance walsh is the 9-week-old baby who was last seen september 9th. his body was buried in a wooded area in north port. show walsh's mom, kristen bury, told investigators the joseph walsh beat she did not intervene. her plea hearing morning. a former republican vice presidential candidate is joining the stump for trump. that tops our look at headlines around the nation and the world in 60 seconds. republican candidate donald endorsement from palin took aim at the g-o-p for "attacking their own front-runner." the announcement
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weeks ahead of the iowa caucus, where trump is locked in a dead heat with ted cruz. to hawaii now where the coast guard is calling off the massive search for 12 marines. they were on board two helicopters that crashed thursday during a nighttime training mission. earlier today crews found the fourth and final life raft from the choppers, but all of them were empty. and a russian inventor believes he has found a way to make an airplane safer. his concept: a plane with a detachable cabin-- that can be ejected in case of an emergency. it would "float" to the ground by its parachutes-- and land safely on water or land. but some question how the cabin would land safely if obstacles, like buildings, are in the way. a health alert -- about something we know all too well. mosquitos. in latin america-- a new type of "mosquito borne illness"-- is spreading. it's called zika. cases of americans contracting it abroad are popping up. including one in "hillsborough county"-- and -- two pregnant women in illinois 10news reporter courtney
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to get answers. -- chikungunya . west nile . dengue fever . now zika. another mosquito- borne illness . with an odd name . and serious health risks but not to all. only one in five bitten by a zika infected mosquito will get sick . doctors say it feels like a mild flu, it includes a rash and what looks like pink eye. but . zika . can also cause birth defects. -- dr marilyn fudge obgyn bay front 20 2301 anytime you start dealing with anything that you know might cause fetal abnormality the concern becomes very great 10 -- pregnant women infected with zika have had babies with abnormally small heads and underdeveloped brains- a condition known as microcephaly. scientists only linked the two late last year after an outbreak in brazil. what they don't know is why!? -- 645 there's still a lot that we have to learn about this and that's what were trying to do by sending our teams down to brazil to learn as much as we can about what happening there 56 cbs newspath 20160118 mon0324 the zika infection's gone from asia,
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america. and it's only a matter of time it seems before it makes its way up to north america." these are the 14 latin american countries and territories where zika has been contracted and where the cdc doesn't want pregnant women or those trying to get pregant to visit. there's no proof infected mosquitoes are in the us. but, the same type of mosquito that spreads dengue and chikungunya can transmit zika. cr 10 news. pulling back the curtain on political fundraising that's sure to get you fired up. 10news reporter mark rivera is showing you how much time your elected officials in washington spend raising money, instead of actually helping you, thanks to a new bill from congressman david jolly. rdesk: yeah take a look at this... jolly says the daily schedule for a freshman lawmaker on either side of the isle starts with at least four hours of
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and others asking for money. then about three hours of committee or on the floor working to fix the issues that affect you in your community. so jolly is sponsoring a new bill to limit how your federally elected officials can raise money. rdesk this is a problem on both sides of the isle... i spoke to democratic congressman alan grayson just a few hours ago... he says lawmakers he knows every day have... 7 to 10 hour call time routines... rdesk so what's the likelihood of a congressman being able to ignore the lobbying machine in washington? here's the story behind the story. this is an election year... and bills like this are flashy and grab headlines...but it likely won't pass. instead for jolly...
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rivera reporting. even a bill lawmakers is election. the full text of that bill, head to our com. a newly issued mexico. department"-- is warning u-s citizens-- about threats posed by "organized criminal groups" there. americans have been targeted and kidnapped, even murdered. especially avoid establishments and adult entertainment venues. to check a particular location-- or to read the "entire alert"-- head to wtsp-dot-com. coming up at 5 on 10 news this morning, several people are dead after gunmen stormed a university in pakistan. actor jamie foxx is being called a hero this morning for helping save a man's life. you'll be seeing less young adults on the roads these days. why many are ditching their
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still ahead, parents you'll want to hear this...the latest choking don't want your kids to get their hands on! plus in this shocking video -- see what's thrown out of a rolling truck! and an expansion project for a local tourist hotspot is waving in controversy. toss to 10 weather
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bobby weather a consumer alert for parents with
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a consumer alert for parents with little ones! walt disney parks and resorts is recalling about 10- thousand infant onesies because of a choking hazard. these are the two pieces of clothing-- with "darth vader" and "disneyland 60th" designs. disney says the snaps can come off and young children could potentially choke on them. they were sold at the theme parks in florida, california, disney's cruise ships. controversy stirring after a "local tourist hotspot"-- looks to expand, almost doubling in size. the clearwater marine aquarium is asking the city to approve a "70- thousand square foot expansion." it's on the "memorial causeway" and "island way estates". but as 10 news reporter jennifer titus tells us, people who live next door aren't letting it pass with out a fight. 184432 you're probably one of closest people to aquarium ron parham lives directly across from the clearwater
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184459 i'd be a pitching wedge away the home to various marine life including the star of dolphin tale 1 and 2- winter 183610 i'm upset but parham says he's not happy about the aquarium's next step, an expansion that would include 70 thousand square feet of spaceand a four story parking garage. 184129 its going to ruin my whole view 191348 what are we looking at here this is parking garage brian aungst jr legal council for the aquarium says he knows nearby residents are upset but it's what's needed to keep the aquarium on the map. 190830 right now not allowed to injured dolphins to rehab because we capacity to care for want to expand that mission so were building 6 more dolphin pools. parking garage 191025 this parking garage has tiered vine faux windows. say no even with faux 830 i think project
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disingenuous. sharing their disapproval to the community development board. 2555 people homeowners in island estates had no clue what was going on 192308 now the board did approve the expansion so winter could see construction on her home as early as 2018. at the clearwater marine aquarium, jennifer titus 10 news wtsp to see exactly what the expansion will include -- visit this story on our website wtsp dot com. check this out! hundreds of counterfeit hoverboards have been seized in miami. u-s customs and border protection seized 300 boards at the port of miami. it's estimated that knock-off boards would retail for around 94-thousand dollars. the feds say the boards came from china, and contained batteries with a fake l-g trademark logo. jaw-dropping video captures the moment a man was thrown from a truck -- dozens of feet into the air. we do want to warn you, the video may be a bit shocking. but we also want to stress -- the man is alive.
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another driver's dash cam is recording-- as the truck loses control and starts to flip several times. after rolling over twice-- the passenger is thrown from the truck-- about 65 feet into the air! this all happened in brazil. reports say -- the man broke his leg -- but his injuries aren't life threatening. we're also told the driver had alcohol in his system-- but wasn't over the legal limit. mcdonald's is launching a sweet treat on top of its fries this month. but there's a catch! we'll tell you where you can find the sweet and salty combo soon. here's a look at what's coming up on 10 news and c-b-s tonight. starting at 8:00, two broke girls, followed by mike and molly at 8:30. at 9:00, criminal minds. at 10:00, code black. then tune in to 10 news at 11. don't forget to stay up for the late show with stephen colbert and his guests nfl's brandon marshall and rev run. and if you go to bed early-- don't worry. we're sharing the best moments from the late show with you on 10 news this morning, every day
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sweet and salty, then you'll love this. mcdonald's is gonna start selling chocolate-covered french fries! the "mc-choco potato" -- is drizzled with two different sauces. here's the catch -- you will have to travel around the globe to taste this delicacy. the sweet and salty combo will be available at japanese locations -- beginning january 26th.
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morning..sad news on the campaign trail. a serious car crash kills a volunteer for republican presidential candidate ben carson. plus how parts of the east are preparing for a major snowstorm expected to hit on friday. and the generation that's skipping driving. why millenials are ditching their licenses for other ways of transportation. we'll be back with another look at your weather and traffic, in three
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gunmen storm the campus, killing at least 19 people.
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