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you have seen their work at charlie hebdo in parris, in san bernardino. >> some of the nastiest people out there in civilization. >> now that threat is coming right into your home. terrorists targeting your teen. good evening and thanks for watching. >> the fbi warns every parent needs to be on arert. >> terrorists are now using these and computers to recruit your child. >> 10 news reporter courtney robinson spoke one on one with the fbi about this very real threat in a story you'll see only on 10. >> invade your land. >> reporter: the propaganda videos are out, there the tweets, too.
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isis are strolling social media to, groom and radicalize your children. >> ultimately, they want to mobileize that individual to carry out something in the name of their mission and typically, that is targeting and murdering or killing innocent bystanders. >> reporter: the fbi says it's happening nationwide including in florida. they've had toint convenient in several cases where children have been radicalized, parents had no idea. you can think that your child is in his room but they could be anywhere in the world talking to the nastiest people there. >> dave couturier spoke to the don't be a pup set program. >> if you care about them, if you want to protect them, absolute licks especially nowadays. >> the program is designed to be a game. as you go through each level, you answer questions and
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along the way, you learn about violent extremism and what to look for. >> because it's too broad, it can easily be turned against the muslim population that the fbi is trying to protect through this website. >> on the site, the fbi gives information on terrorist organizations both domestic and abroad hoping to keep your child safe from another predator. >> courtney robinson, ten news, wtsp. >> we made it easy for to you go through the fbi program. just go to click seen on t president barack obama says that republicans have no constitutional ground to refuse a vote on a supreme court nominee to replace the late justice antonin scalia. >> i intend to do my job between now and january 20th, 2017. i expect them to do their job as well of course we'll find somebody who is an outlegal mind. somebody who cares deeply about
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of law. >> senate majority leader mitch mcconnell has said he does not think that obama should put a candidate forward. he believes that that task should fall to the next president. a startling statistic tonight. the number of hit-and-run crashes continues to rise in florida. last year, 90,000 were reported around the state. 186 before deadly accidents. >> now, we know just yesterday that a tow truck driver was killed in a hit-and-run crash. 10 news reporter jennifer titus is digging deeper to see why that number is so high and what it will take to stop people from taking off. >> this may be why. >> the sister of tow truck driver roger friends berotto who was killed thursday morning still has plenty of questions. 36-year-old allison hoffman admits to being behind the wheel and hitting berotto and taking off.
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scene in the first place? the state legislature raised the mandatory minimum to four years in prison, same minimum as duimanslaughter. >> at the end of the day, i want to make sure that those who flee these types of accidents will serve time in prison >> tougher laws are not keeping the ihne numbers down. in 2015 alone, there were 8000 more than in 2014. >> we need to double down on our effort to curve the travel and proliferation of these kinds of cases. >> local lawmakers tell me that may be the only way to stop hit- and-run drivers is through stricter help. i posted a number to your local lawmaker on our website. developing out of south florida. people are cleaning up after two tornadoes. tornadoes hit during this
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strong winds ripped the top off an 18 wheeler on the interstate and tossed it to its side. the good news is that the drive is okay. and a driver was on his way to work when a metal sign hit the top of his car. strong winds sheared roofs off buildings. and this is called fancy driving but most of you know as doing donuts. teens are not doing them in empty parking lots or fields anymore. they have moved to busy roads. this is how social media helped scratch a group of teens in pinellas park. >> reporter: nothing wrong with going out for a spin, just not like. this a snapchat caught kids doing donuts in busy traffic. luckily, nobody collided with them but they didn't have a clean getaway.
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that type of endangerment on the roadways. >> pinellas police shared the video on their facebook page and tips led them to the teens of course these are teens that borrow cars from family, friends, who had no idea what they were doing with it. >> the video was enough to ask the state attorney's office for that misdemeanor charge. >> which law enforcement hopes its enough to put the brakes on more stunts like this. in pinellas park time for head lines ran the nation and the world. a disturbing story out of west cove na, california. investigators say that the woman you see here on your screen gave birth in a subway sandwich shop bathroom and left the newborn in the toilet. employees called 911 and cared for the baby boy until paramedics arrived. the woman was found nearby and
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charges. and there is a new twice between republican hopefuls. if you tied jeb bush.com into your web browser, you will be redirected to the donald trunk official website. it's unknown who bought that domain but bush's official campaign side is a jeb 2016.com. trump's campaign denies being involvement. a california job has ordered apple to help the fbi hack into the cell phone of the shooterrings. fed prosecutors say they can't access said said fahrouk's home because of encryption. mr. prensky brought this tower attention and we have been working on this to educate
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>> hillsborough touting ten investigative works today. we broke the story last week of controversial towing outside bars and restaurants. and he is back tonight with what's coming next. >> hillsborough public transportation committee took a step forward in ating teeth to the law that penalize tow companies that violate the law. intoxicated drivers have one more incentive to find a ride home. >> this is consumer protection as i look at it to keep the public aware, keep the public safe and know that there is this option. >> the importance of keeping this off the road was mag any tied when a tow truck driver was struck and killed. the attorney for one of the tow companies dug his heels in. >> ftse investigative reporters
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have found that the city properties where this happened, the city ordinance does not go there. this is private property are people who want their lots cleared. >> that didn't draw sympathy. >> all those casting votes voted to strengthen the rules. if you don't want to drive drunk at the end of the night and you don't feel comfort will leaving your car, a lot of bars and tow companies team up to offer tow to go and other programs where you can get free and cheap tows home for you and your car at the end of the night. still to come, it's a restaurant red alert. ever spotted a health risk at a restaurant? how you can help protect yourself and others from getting sick. and why being named after a goddess of love has people calling her a terrorist.
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noticed some serious health problems, you might have wondered, what can i do? >> florida health in spectors visit restaurants twice a year but things can go wrong in between visits. bo zimmer explains how you can protect yourselves and others from food-borne illnesses when restaurants are not following the rulings i don't think i like this. >> reporter: tina scott noticed problems by the time she walked inside this polk county restaurant. >> i felt like i wanted to go up and leave. my husband convinced me. >> reporter: it was not until after the meat that her husband spot what had she described as filthy conditions. >> he walked past the door opening of the kitchen and stopped in his tracks and stood there and looked. i got up, followed behind him. when i looked in that kitchen,
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>> reporter: unsure who to call, tina googled. up popped the florida of business and regulations website. >> i hope, i hope that we don't get sick. i hope we don't get food poisoning >> less than a week later a state health inspector showed up, finding violations so severe, the restaurant was temporarily should down as an eminent threat to public health with a filthy refrigerate to, soiled pizza dough pan and live roaches running around the kitchen. there was extreme and something needed to be addressed. >> reporter: the state division of hotels and restaurants receives on average around 5100 complaints, just like tina's every year and says it relies on that information from the public to help keep florida's restaurants safe. diane rizalla overseas the state's inspecial program. >> keeps the public from becoming ill.
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we take that extremely seriously here. >> complaints sent in by the public are typically investigated within 48 hours. during the inspection, many violations are reinspected on the spot. >> i know for a fact that the state only has so many inspectors. they only inspect these facilities every so often whether it be quarterly. sometimes, it's only twice a year. a lot of things can happen in that amount of time. >> fewer than 200 inspectors are in charge of visiting all of florida's 48,000 restaurants. >> they just can't catch all the problems. to me, if consumers can be the eyes and ears for the state to keep these restaurants on their toes and keep them in compliance, then, yeah, it's very important. >> reporter: we posted a link directly to the complaint form on our website at wtsp.com/restaurantalert.
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customer service issues like rudeness or slow service. they are only worried about things that might make customers sick. providing tells information is a second degree misdemeanor but if you do see things that could get you sick, that could keep others safe. a girl says she is kidded and tormented at school because of her name, isis. >> she was named for the goddess isis. >> some people call me paris and. >> some are saying, why are you trying to kill us. >> you are being such a bully. >> that's right horrible. isis wants to change her name. she's already started introducing herself by her middle name, jada. according to the social
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4400 baby girls born in the u.s. were named isis in 2014 tracking storms, alerting you, protecting your family, in time for 10 weather. friends, hope you get a little rest if you were jarred out of bed by the thunderstorms. the storms brought winds up to 50 miles per hour, actually 10 miles per hour below a severe thunderstorm. we were close but thankfully the bay area just escaping it. if you saw last night as we were on the air in the middle the night, there was a rotating storm we tracked for three hours in the gulf. we hoped that it would let loose and it finally did just that. the rainfall totals, we were in the places around the state that did not have severe weather. tornadoes to the south and
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if you lived here through forest fires season, you know this is a blessing. without severe weather, that's win-win all around for everybody. the same line produced tornadoes in miami. a tornado warning in brevard county about 5:00 this morning. of course, the one up in the panhandle that was one of the bigger ones for the year. the the cold front is now down around the straits, south of the key. yes, we are cooling off. the air is drying out and it's little cooler, 46 in chris call river, 56 in tampa. if you look up stream, temperatures are similar, if not a little warmer in some places. no real cold behind this punch that moved through with the storm. while the mornings will have lower humidity, that's going to allow the temperatures to be a little bit cooler than the last couple of days. afternoons will not be. we'll actually start a warming trends. tonight, 49 in brooksville, 58
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we won't see much more of a drop than that, just a few degrees. we'll have the overnight hours, mainly clear skies. calm winds and low 50s for you. but at daybreak, maybe we are back into a jacket or a sweater, depending upon what you find cold or chilly but nothing that we have not seen this year. 51 in river view. downtown st. pete, 50 degrees. 52 to 53, what we should find around the city and suburbs. 47 in lakeland. winter haven and sebring. that's all i've got for you, friends. cold mornings. everything else will make go very quickly. sunshine, light winds, low 70s. repeat for a couple of days. in fact, we'll see lovely mid- 70s in the middle of the state. on the water, you'll find light chop, offshore waves, we'll see
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>> 73 on thursday, 74 on friday. next three mornings a little cool but until tuesday, next week, we won't have to worry about rain storms, rain gear. in fact, that's a perfect three- day weekend should you want to take a stretch off on enjoy this fine florida weather coming your way. don't forget to download the 10 news app. if you do enjoy it and forget about the storm a day or two out, we've got it for you many a consumer -- >> a consumer alert. the parmesan cheese that you have been eating or cheddar may not be the real thing. a bloomberg new study found that many brands even sold at target and wal-mart contained unsafe percentages of wood poke. an industry insider believes that up to 20% of arm san
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what a nice pass to ryan callahan, goal number 6 for callahan. that's all. they were autopsy 1-0. sharks took the lead. behind the net, joe thornton made it look easy. entry pass to. and then marlowe to pat nieto one of the boast quarterbacks in usf history, matt grothe turned himself into the sheriff on charges of aggravated battery. he struck another man and caused great bodily harm, the of a david said. grothe posted bond and the rays called the rookie managerial season as extraordinary. but what does the manager himself think? we sat down with cash.
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trying to win more games, what are some of the takeaways that you have to implement this year. >> we have to find a way to win the tight ball games. that comes to me, making the right moves, right decision or saying out of the way. that experience from last year with help carry into this season. >> for a manager, especially for this information, is it hard for discriminate between using intel, and gut. when you say you use your guts, you know, sometimes, that means, you are not prepared. i try to always be prepared. sometimes, you know there is something that you will see that will go a different process. if you use your gut on every decircumstances i don't think you are making the right see digs. >> your team went into the
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pierce and other guys. was that necessity at the end of the last year? >> i don't any so. we were very fortunate that we were able to get them. we had to give up pretty good pitchers to acquire some of them. you are talking about nate carnes and jake mcgee right there that really were a big part of our team. we do feel that we have avenue added to our offense and it's versatility. every manager is. >> yes. changes. there is a surplus of guys that they have in the outfield now. they have a left decisions to make in the six weeks of spring training. >> no pressure. >> it's baseball. >> if you would like to see the entire interview that chris did with chris cash, it's on wtsp.com.
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