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invasion where a 16 year old girl was shot. it happened on garfield drive, just north of jackson deputies say three men broke into the chaos someone accidentally shot the suspects then took off and deputies are searching for them right now. away from the g-o-p we're just hours presidential debate refusing to take part. donald trump's has pushed trump away from the debate, despite for him to take part. a lot of it has to do with his long- standing fight with debate moderator megyn kelly...who he continues to insult over and over again. trump tweeted: "i refuse to call megyn kelly a bimbo, because that would not be politically correct. call her a lightweight reporter!" but she's not the only one he's attacking on the social media platform. after senator ted cruz challenged him to a one-on-one debate...trump canada...perhaps trying to make a
the other candidates are hoping to take advantage of trump's absence. an investigation is underway this morning into law enforcement agencies statewide. this comes after the american civil liberties union released a new study finding in 20-14 florida law enforcement ticketed african american drivers for seatbelt violations nearly twice as much as white motorists. it also found tampa police officers issued 575 seatbelt citations to african american drivers and and nearly 30 less for white drivers in 20- 14. the report states while studies show african americans are slightly less likely to wear seatbelts, it did not explain the ticket difference. the leader of an armed group is joining federal officials in oregon -- in asking those still occupying a federal wildlife refuge -- to go home. ammon bundy made the statement thought his attorney wednesday -- following his initial court appearance. bundy and several others were arrested tuesday during a violent
other peaceful arrests have followed since, as still other protesters have been allowed to leave. take a look at this tornado damage out of broward county. the national weather service says an e-f one tornado touched down at least three times, throwing cars and causing damage to some condo buildings. there are no reports of anyone getting hurt. new this morning, the florida house votes to stop cities across the state from banning or regulating companies like uber and lyft. our news partners at the tampa bay times report lawmakers passed legislation that overrules local government regulations for the ride sharing companies. lawmakers also voted to set minimum insurance requirements for drivers. however, senate leaders are resisting attempts to block this legislation. medical marajuana will be on your ballot this november. today-- a big announcement is planned in orlando from the people who gathered almost 693-thousand signatures. 10news reporter sarah hollenbeck is live on bayshore boulevard. sarah, you're looking into how
area feel about this controversial idea. yes, we asked 600 of your neighbors: would you, personally, consider using medical marijuana to help alleviate a medical condition like chronic pain? 59% of you said yes. you may have noticed folks here on bayshore and around town asking for your signature...enough of you gave your autograph to stick this on the ballot. now this doesn't mean that everyone will be allowed to start using marijuana. if you say yes to this in november, doctors can start prescribing marijuana for people with cancer, hiv/aids, epilepsy or multiple sclerosis. besides the people collecting your signature, some some bay area mother's helped push medical
and renee petro both have children suffering from debilitating diseases and they've used cannabis to ease their children's suffering. the moms you just heard from-- both of them at one point moved to different states to get their kids cannabis treatment. here's what i'm working on right now-- what does this mean for you, regardless if you support this idea, the next time you go to the grocery store or the dmv. i'll have that at 6:00. sarah hollenbeck, 10news wtsp a health alert this morning if you're trying to lose a few pounds. eating lots of apples, berries and onions may help keep your weight in check. those are some of the fruits and vegetables with high levels of a natural compound called flavonoids. a study in the british medical journal finds that people who eat more flavonoids report
listen to this story. a saint pete couple says a police officer is their hero. he saved them after a man took their credit card and ran off. it happened wednesday afternoon at the shell gas station on fifth avenue north. debbie poole had just picked her husband up from the hospital. they stopped to fill up and were having trouble with the credit card. a man offered to help, but instead, he stole the card. the officer who responded helped the couple cancel the card and then he paid for them to fill up. if you know anything about this crime, you are asked to call st. pete police. in anticipation for the big game, the san francisco police department is sharing it's plan to keep people safe during super bowl week. swat teams and police officers in and out of uniform will be stationed on surrounding
there will even be european style swat teams on patrol, armed with long guns. that's something that may surprise many going to the game. you can expect dogs and much more for thousands of visitors. says officers are also working closely with the fbi to measure any potential threats. this is scary to think about. you could be even know it. right now, millions of people are living with the eye disease glaucoma. experts say the troubling thing is, the disease often goes undiagnosed since it produces no symptoms. they warn even though glaucoma is often associated with older people, it could occur at a younger age. it holds true for 22-year-old ivey branaum. 40 percent of her vision is gone.
glaucoma is rare. according to the national eye institute, more than three million americans have glaucoma. that number is expected to increase by 58 percent by 2030. you asked for it and facebook listened. the popular social networking says soon you'll be able to do more than like someone's post. but first, with flowers, chocolates, and dinner, valentines day can get expensive. the place you can go this year and not break the bank. 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. thenn tune to 10 news at 11. don't forget to stay up for the late show with stephen colbert and his guests josh brolin and john dickerson, host of "face the nation." another reason to like our 10 news facebook page and watch 10 news at eleven. all this week we're giving out a word of the day for
whether you have ten minutes or thirty--you'll get everything you need thirty--you'll get everything you need to start your day. we are on top of breaking news right now out of pasco county. right now deputies are investigating a home invasion where a 16 year old girl was shot. it happened on garfield drive, just north of jackson drive, in holiday. deputies say three men broke into the home and during the chaos someone living in the home accidentally shot the girl. the suspects then took off and deputies are searching for them right now.
and we will update throughout 10 news this morning and online at w-t-s-p dot com. a judge has ordered a mental evaluation for the suspected shooter at a colorado springs planned parenthood. this after 57- year-old richard lewis dear said he wanted to fire his public defenders and represent himself. three people were killed in the november 27th attack. counts and competent because his outbursts in understands those charges. as the search for the three inmates who escaped a jail in southern california continues this morning, deputies arrest five people. deputies say they had some connection to the escapees. the reward for information leading to the arrests of the escapees is up 200 thousand dollars. deputies are hoping a reward that big will draw some attention since the manhunt has shown little progress since the trio's escape six days ago. we've been waiting for something like this from facebook for a while. you're going to be able to do more than just "like" someone's
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home invasion. it happened on garfield drive, just north of jackson drive, in holiday. deputies say three men broke into the home and during the chaos someone living in the home accidentally shot the girl. the suspects then took off and deputies are searching for them right now. we have a crew on the way to the scene and we will update throughout 10 news this morning and online at w-t-s-p dot com. former house delay says the f-b-i could come after hillary clinton over classified information found on her personal cell phone. the information was from her days as secretary of state. a grand jury would be needed to formally charge her. voters will once again be faced with the issue of medical marijuana on the ballot this year. election officials say the group "united for care" gathered enough petitions to give voters a second chance to have a say in this hotly debated issue. today a news conference will be held at orlando to announce the start of a campaign to vote in favor of medical marijuana. 10 news will be
it was an unusual call for police officers in alabama. they found this pig..named otis... running loose out on the road. just like with any suspect, they caught him and put him in the back of the police patrol car. they took him to animal control where he was later reunited with his owner. coming up on 10 news this morning.. another possible data breach, this time involving a fast food chain. what you need to check for if you've been to a wendy's recently. and florida dump trucks are heading to d-c to help after that massive blizzard. how they'll also be used as a