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snowstorm along the east coast. how some of the nation's largest cities are bouncing back. a heartbreaking discovery in lakeland. a person found dead after fire rips through an independent living center. and the kids had their turn -- now its time for the adults! we'll show you how crews are getting ready for next week's big gasparilla pirate invasion! good morning and welcome to 10 news "early morning." i'm ian reitz.. right away, lets get a look at #10weather with meteorologist ashley batey.
county. police were on the scene of a possible homicide in plant city. police tell us family members found 36 year old 'reginald brown' dead inside his home on east ohio street. they said it appeared he'd been shot. police are now trying to figure out what led to brown's death. an apartment complex in lakeland that caters to the elderly and disabled went up in flames, and left one person dead. 10 news reporter garin flowers shows you the one thing firefighters say could have made a difference. pkg: the exterior of bella vista manor is a reminder of what
sot it's just a sad thing. the fire alarm for the 5 story independent living facility sounded off around 4:30 a-m. inside was 41 residents - many elderly and disabled. terry rimes delivers medicine to some of the residents. sot it makes it a little more personal because it may be somebody that i have delivered to in the past before. one person died in the blaze. lakeland fire fighters evacuated the rest of the building, three had to go to the hospital. sot it doesn't matter if i know them or not it's still tragic, no doubt about it. according to lakeland fire, they arrived minutes after the alarm windows on the fourth floor. they believe it room where dead. sot every family member should make sure their loved ones are in a safe place. it was a parent's gloria lawson. building. it took her hours to find out he was safe. sot relief, that's just like a burden came down. you know you're up in gear riding over here and just to see his face is a big
stand up: i reached out to management. they said they can't talk right now, leaving my first question lingering.what's going to happen to the remaining residents. sot we're actually working with a plan now and we're going to allow a couple of the stories to be the others will still this building was sprinklers were them or not, you of a fire. stay low if you have to get through flowers, 10 news investigators are still trying to pin point the exact cause of the fire... they do believe it may have started from an electrical outlet in a bedroom...or from someone smoking.## . crime alert! manatee county deputies are looking for two men wanted in a deadly shooting. deputies released photos. the images shows two men running from the scene of a shooting in bradenton saturday 31-year-old charles lehnert was killed. deputies say he was gunned down after a fight in the parking lot of a lawn equipment store on 15th street east. investigators say
red s-u-v with chrome trim. a symbol of our nation, dead. why bald eagles in the bay area are dying a horrible death - reporter jonathan petramala has the story you'll see only on 10 news. love birds since 2007, bald eagles, celeste and major made their nest high above in a power pole in palm harbor mates for life...working together to hatch two more eggs alternating incubating, one sits while the other soars off to find food. celeste found her final meal wednesday. audubon volunteers believe celeste had eaten a rodent who had digested poison from one of dozens of rodent traps that surround the nest. she was discovered distressed in a nearby retention pond her death also
is sadly all to common for all birds of prey louise roy bought her telephoto lense to document life. now, it is just giving her a glimpse of grief. in palm harbor, jonathan petramala, 10 news wtsp. bald eagles have soared off the endangered species list, but they're still listed as threatened. rodent-cide is one of the most common reason for their deaths. society hopes businesses will the way they get rid of their rodents. to learn more about the safer ways to do it without threatening the lives wildlife...head to our website wtsp dot com. a dangerous
believe two people - in separate cars - drinking and driving collided head on in oldsmar. pinellas county say kimberly sich- ter-man - was hit by an alleged drunk driver - damon mcbride who was headed the wrong way on tampa road near race track road...around 11:15 mcbride ran away passenger chased him down. believe kimberly driving under the influence - and they arrested her as well. just a few hours later - state troopers say 21 year old 'adam weaver' was driving the wrong way and with two people inside...on east highway 301 in tampa. thirty sunday morning. charged with dui. no one was seriously hurt.# that massive storm that dumped and killed 25 people atlantic and east coast....is now gone. but for millions of people...it could
life gets back to normal. the focus now turns to digging out and dealing with flooding in some areas. as craig boswell reports it is going to be days before things are back to normal. the monumental "dig out" is underway from the gulf coast to new england - after a record amount of snowfall from the weekend blizzard. as craig boswell reports it is going to be days before things are back to normal. the east coast is bouncing back from a weekend blizzard that dumped nearly 3 feet of snow in some places. washington dc was hit with 2 feet of snow--- enough to keep area schools under an emergency in the district a convoy of trucks sunday to get the moving again. lot at rfk stadium center of the snow is where all those majority of the snow that covered "we got hundreds of trucks picking up philadelphians welcomed the city's 4th biggest storm by sledding down hills at the art museum. the city will be open tomorrow. new york city officials say the epic nor'easter missed setting a new record for total snowfall by a tenth of an inch. residents have been warned to keep their cars parked. we need people off the streets, for the
the streets, so our first responders have the freedom to get to emergencies. meanwhile, airports are trying to get stranded passengers off the ground--- nearly 12- thousand flights have been cancelled since friday. craig boswell, cbs news, washington. and around here...no snow...but we're still looking at temperatures that have been dropping into the 30s for some of us. and because of the weather, an important travel alert too! the winter storm has left thousands of travelers stranded at airports across the country.... and tampa international airport is no exception. 10 news reporter mark rivera shows you how so many families are working to get home. a lot of red on that board... one of those flights cancelled was going to take alexis valentino-capurso and her family from their tampa cruise back to new york. but at least they're away from multiple
and they're not alone. over 10 thousand flights have been canceled so far this weekend, stranding thousands of travelers who couldn't make trips through the storm. it's not all bad though.... robert nelson and his family were on the same tampa cruise but they're heading home. the majority of flights in and out of tia were ok. now airport personnel saying to watch for the onslaught of travelers tonight and tomorrow trying to get a new flight. in tampa mark rivera 10news wtsp. if you want to check your flight - head to the traffic section of wtsp dot com - we have a flight tracker there for t-i-a and st.
international. and since not they travel... we set out to see how the weather is passengers at station in tampa... trips heading north of charlotte, north carolina have been cancelled until the weather up there clears up. even florida got its own taste of the snowy weather over the weekend. gainesville and jacksonville enough for tiny snow flurries to fall. snow flurries can form when there's a mix of cold weather and sprinkles. while they're not that uncommon in other states...they are a rare sight here in florida. an important notice if you live in port richey.
your tap water before drinking it. this is specifically for the east and west brown acres subdivisions. the area starts just north of gulf view square mall...for neighborhoods along both sides of u-s 19. crews are working on repairing a water main break there. a warning about a dangerous street drug destroying lives in the bay area... it's called molly -- also known as m-d- m-a or esctasy. it's been around for a while in the club scene...but police say its becoming more and more popular with young people. just this past week...several people in pinellas county overdosed on molly. in these cases the victims have stopped breathing and have had to be placed on life support. looking ahead... cleanup from the children's gasparilla pirate fest - moves into "set up" mode now - for the grown up's parade next weekend... most of the trash, broken beads, and discarded water bottles are long gone along bayshore boulevard - but a few workers were still tidying up sunday morning. about a dozen workers were also busy setting up a tent for next
gasparilla parade for the adults - along the same area... due to the high winds - there were questions on saturday - over whether or not the children's firework show would be held. we talked to the event managers who say - the winds died down in plenty of time - to launch them from barges....without any fear of them causing any danger.## coming up at 5 on 10 news this morning...armed and on the run. the man hunt for three escaped inmates in california. about how much plastic is going into our world's oceans. and a plane leaving from miami is diverted when it encounters severe turbulence. still ahead.. missing -- but not forgotten. why a bay area family vows to never stop searching for their daughter...10 years after her disappearance. but first.. a man accused of ambushing a miami police officer -- hear his shocking
a courtroom outburst from a miami man accused of shooting and wounding a police officer.... that 23-year-old was arrested for allegedly ambushing a police officer in a drive-by shooting. when he went before a judge...he claimed his life was in danger...and said he was protecting himself from police.
client is mentally ill. time now for stories making headlines around the nation and the world. this is your 60 second scan. we begin in alaska...where many people were rocked out of their sleep yesterday...in the middle of the night...due to a 7- point-1-magnitude earthquake. the quake lasted about 30 seconds..rattling buildings, knocking out power for thousands, and leading to homes being evacuated. one house exploded after a gas leak. thankfully, no one was seriously hurt. today, malaysia is sending a team of investigators to thailand to inspect a large piece of debris that a fisherman found washed up on a beach. investigators will be looking to see if the object belongs to the malaysia airlines m-h-370 flight. it vanished almost two years ago...with 239 people on board. states across the country are making changes to help seniors drive safer. new signs are being installed along highways that have larger letters and are easier to read - giving seniors more time to react.
driver course." it's a course where older students can get a refresher on the "rules of the road." yesterday marked exactly 10 years since tampa native jennifer kesse vanished without a trace. kesse was 24 years old when she disappeared in january 2006. she was last seen at her condo in orlando near the mall at millenia. over the years, police have ruled out several suspects. now...a decade later...kesse's family hasn't stopped searching for answers. investigators have released this age progression photo of kesse.hoping it leads to finding out what happened to her. probably seen pictures from family and friends up north snow from the blizzard... but, you won't want to miss seeing the epic video...of how this guy takes on the
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feet of snow...just shy of it's all-time record.. and this guy decided to get out there and make the most of it. coming up on 10 news this morning.. see how this weekend's winter storm is still affecting travelers trying to get home. plus, the race for the white house is heating up! why tonight's democratic town hall could be a game-changer. and...how technology helped this little boy save his mom's life. we'll be right back with another look at your weather and traffic,