tv 10 News This Morning at 500am CBS February 23, 2016 5:00am-5:30am EST
good morning and welcome to 10 news this morning. i'm allison kropff. and i'm ian reitz. right now, a 35- year-old man is in the hospital after getting hurt in a house fire in tampa. this is a live look at the home on east sitka street. that's just north of the hillsborough river near nebraska avenue. crews say three
at the time. no word yet on what caused the fire. and right now in the netherlands, an investigation is and right now in the netherlands, an investigation is underway after a deadly train crash. at least one person was killed and several others hurt after the train crashed into a crane and derailed early this morning. it happened about 80 miles east of amsterdam. today is the nevada caucus and donald trump is looking for another big victory. the g-o-p's frontrunner held a rally in nevada on monday night.. where he didn't hold back on a protester that began shouting during a speech. texas senator ted cruz and florida senator marco rubio are both campaigning to beat trump. on the democratic side - bernie sanders and hillary clinton will take part in a town hall event tonight in south carolina...ahead of the state's democratic primary this weekend. a spokesperson for ted cruz's campaign is out of a job this morning. cruz says rick tyler spread a false story about fellow g-o-p presidential candidate, marco rubio, online.
rubio of mocking a bible in a video, when the video actually shows rubio praising the bible. critics have accused cruz of running a campaign using deceptive tactics. president obama will be in florida this week. on friday, he'll head to jacksonville and get a tour of "saft", a company that makes high-tech batteries. the manufacturer won a 95 million dollar grant in the american recovery and reinvestment act. that legislation passed just weeks after the president took office. investigators are digging deeper into the uber driver, who admitted in court, that he shot and killed six people at random. as of right now, 45-year-old jason dalton has not given any insight into why he went on the shooting spree. he's been charged with six counts of murder. dozens of mourners in kalamazoo held a candlelight vigil monday night in honor of the victims.
were also hurt in the shooting spree. before you head out the door this morning, you don't miss this story. your car could soon be recalled because of a defective airbag. 10news reporter emerald morrow is live along gandy boulevard in st. pete. emerald, millions of these airbags have already been recalled. yeah, it's part of the largest automotive recall ever. and up to 90 million more airbags could be recalled and that's pretty scary when you think about your own safety as you get in your car and head out to work this morning. so here's what's happening - the problem is with japanese auto- supplier, takata - the company makes airbags that use ammonium nitrate to inflate - and that's where the trouble starts - if you're in a crash, the inflators can explode and send shrapnel flying, which can cause severe injuries - the problem has become so serious that at least 10
died because of it - and dozens of others have been hurt so who's affected by this? - could your car have these dangerous airbags nitrate in them? - working on a list that could help you coming up at 5:30. morrow, 10news, wtsp. happening today, congress will talk about a plan to shut down guantanamo bay. the pentagon will present the plan to shut down the detention center in cuba. it's expected to cost about 475 million dollars to build a facility in the united states and transfer remaining save as much as 180 year in operating costs. this is the administration's last chance to keep president obama's campaign vow to close guantanamo. this morning people living on fiji's getting some relief after a powerful cyclone swept through. 29 people have been killed. in one town, one thousand homes are believed to be destroyed. winds from the cyclone reached 177
it the strongest storm in fiji's recorded history. fiji's government says getting emergency supplies to remote islands and communities has been a top priority. today, people will be rallying at apple stores across the country, including here in tampa and brandon, to fight the government's attempt to put a backdoor into our iphones. the fbi has been asking apple to unlock the phones of the san bernandino shooter for clues into his links to terrorist groups. sarah hollenbeck is international plaza rallies is happening this afternoon. sarah--these groups argue the govenment should never have acess to our cell phones. a lot of them agree with apple-- we absolutely need to fight terrorism, but if one exception is made, do we give the government acess to any of our phones to hack in at any time? that's why they'll show up to rally inside this mall at the apple store today. the messages you'll hear the people rallying shout today: "fbi: don't
and "secure phones save lives." the group tells us they are angry that the fbi is as they say "making everyone less safe" by undermining apple's security. right now apple has until friday to respond to a judge's order from the fbi to build a software "backdoor" to help them hack into syed farook's iphone, who allegedly killed 14 people and injured 22 others. apple isn't budging-- this morning they're vowing to fight for privacy. of course, there are plenty of people arguing for the opposite-- that we need to fight terrorism at all costs and that lives could be saved if the fbi has access to this information. here's what i'm digging into next-- microsoft co- founder bill gates weighs in on this debate. his response is actually pretty surprising. i'll tell you what
live at international mall, sarah hollenbeck, 10news wtsp a story you don't want to miss this morning. a story you don't want to miss this morning. a new study shows reducing carbon emissions would prevent hundreds of thousands of premature deaths and save billions of dollars in the u-s alone. researchers predict nearly 300 thousand deaths over the next 15 years would be prevented by reducing air pollution. this can lead to heart attacks, lung cancer and other respiratory illnesses. new research says sea levels rose higher in the past century than any other because of man made global warming. those findings are from the national academy of sciences. they studied archeological sites from all over the world and found that sea levels rose at a steady rate until the industrial period began. from about 1900 to 2000, sea levels rose five and a half inches. that's a significant increase, especially for coastal areas like florida. 2016 could be an expensive year to fly! airline price watcher "fare compare" says all major airlines are
the fifth time this year! domestic flights on southwest bucks last friday.. and on monday night.. delta, united and followed suit. than two month, flights have gone up an average of 22 dollars round trip. a daytona beach mom claims she was punished at a flea market. she was mistreated for what she was doing with her child. but first, firefighters spent several hours putting out this massive fire in los angeles. spring training about to begin. all this week make sure you watch 10news this morning for your chance to win a pair of tickets to the new york yankees spring training opening day game. the game is wednesday march 2nd at steinbrenner field in tampa. to win tickets.. make sure you watch 10 news this morning beginning at 6 a-m.
news back in the morning. here's a look at headlines around the nation and the world in your 60 second scan... senators will meet today for their regular weekly lunch meeting to discuss filling the open supreme court seat left by the late justice antonin scalia. the senate judiciary chairman chuck grassley has already talked about that the senate won't consider anyone nominated by president obama. the battle over scalia's replacement may be on the senate's agenda for months. bill and melinda gates are calling on young people this morning. they think they should get involved in solving major including gender equality and finding sources. the couple, who are co-chairs of the foundation in the
their thoughts in their annual letter on philanthropy. good news for anyone with a sweet tooth. new research says eating chocolate could help improve brain function. scientists say eating chocolate regularly can improve your memory and it has been used to reduce fevers, increase breast milk production and help you get to sleep. something else to keep in mind: dark chocolate is typically considered the healthiest chocolate. new video this morning from los angeles. an investigation is underway to find out what caused this massive fire at a commercial warehouse. thankfully, no one was hurt as firefighters fought 150-foot building. they spent several hours putting the fire out. lifeguards and hawaii say this is rare. calling it the biggest surf swell in about a decade. take a look. most people have massive sets, but a were brave enough to go in. these waves are they have been crashing onto a officers had to
the road - with our 10 weather radio partners. in tampa bay, catch us on magic 94- point-9.... and the dove 105.5 f-m on sarasota talk radio, listen to wsrq 106.9 fm. and hear 10 weather in spanish on maxima 92-5. a man is alive this morning after crashing his small plane. the surprising place where he ended up. but first, with dozens of dog breeds, it's hard to choose the one just for you. at 5:26, the most popular dogs right now. live look this 4th street in st.
annual fee, don't worry, you still get free shipping. if you're looking for a furry friend to add to the family, but can't decide on what breed...this may help. the american kennel club released its annual list of top dog breeds. labrador retrievers took the top spot once again. german shepherds, golden retriever, bulldogs, and beagles round out the top five. other breeds on the list include poodles, rottweilers, and boxers. the a-k-c says the list shows people prefer easy to care for, family-fun dogs. a florida mom is upset this morning with how she says