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this morning. i'm allison kropff. and i'm ian reitz. the presidential campaign continues to heat up, and this morning, all the chatter is around the republican debate. 10news reporter emerald morrow is in-studio. emerald, the debate was pretty brutal. but by the end, all the candidates said they'd support trump if he became the nominee. yeah, there were lots of attacks thrown around the stage during the debate, so it might not have seemed like the candidates would have ever gotten to that point. but as the debate closed, trump had everyone on his side. it's almost as though
their chances at being the nominee slipping away. the candidates spent more time attacking trump than they did each other in this debate just a few days after super tuesday, where trump earned wins in seven of the eleven states. they criticized him on everything from his vague policy stance to his business record, but things quickly went haywire and got really weird when trump defended his anatomy against a previous attack from rubio. can you say awkward? because that's how some you might have felt hearing that on national television at a presidential debate. but there was a lot more to last night's debate than the squabbling between the candidates. i'm looking at not just what happened inside the debate, but outside as well. we'll talk more about that at 5:30. allison, back to you. wall street is reacting to donald trump's popularity in the polls. some investors say even though the election is eight months away, the
bring to the impact the economy. experts say wall street loves 2016 race to the white house has a lot of potential plot twists. gets to the unpredictable the market plays out, which could also impact global trade. emotional week in court...jury deliberations could begin today in the lawyers from both sides will deliver closing arguments this morning. as we've been reporting this week.. valrico.. is suing the owner of marriott for 75 million dollars. that's after a man secretly recorded her nude inside a nashville hotel. the hotel company says 'michael david barrett' manipulated the reservation system to get a room next to hers in 2008. the jury will have to decide whether the company is liable. today.. jury selection will continue in the hulk hogan, gawker sex tape trial. all week, attorneys have question hundreds of potential jurors. right now, th pool stands at 55. they have to cut
9 by the time the trial starts monday morning. check this out: big changes are coming to the downtown st pete skyline. in just a few hours, construction crews will break ground on this 41-story tower. it's going to be the tallest building in all of pinellas county. 10news reporter sarah hollenbeck is live on first avenue north in downtown st pete. sarah, crews are actually starting construction on this huge tower early. several weeks ahead of schedule. here's why: they've seen so much demand for this new enormous high rise. they expect to have all 253 condos sold before they even open this building in 2018. right now-- developers are seeing a huge demand for new condos in downtown st pete. continues to grow, more people show
will be the tallest building in pinellas the tallest on florida's west coast. it will also have a hotel with more than 170 rooms-- plus retail. we're only a couple blocks from the st pete pier-- right now i'm looking into how this project and several others here in downtown. what's next for this booming area-- at 5- 30. reporting live in dt st pete, sarah hollenbeck, 10news wtsp the military is starting to recruit women for combat jobs. women could be serving in previously male-only army and marine corps early as this fall. some of the services predict only a small amount of women will volunteers or go through training courses right now. the navy says its applications from prospective seal candidates. google is jumping in the fight against the zika virus. the internet giant is giving one million dollars to unicef. the grant will go towards raising mosquito-borne mosquito developing vaccines
assigned a team of engineers and scientists to work with unicef and analyze data like travel patterns. the goal is to figure out where the next outbreak might be. tampa is one of the most popular places in the country right now to flip homes. flipping happens when someone buys and re-sells a home within a year. florida was second in the nation in 2015. more than nine percent of house flips were in both tampa and daytona beach. only nevada had more. could the fifth time be the charm? space x will try once again to launch its falcon 9 rocket from cape canaveral today. the rocket will launch a commercial communications satellite into orbit. the launch p-m until 8:06 tonight. the last few missions were scrubbed because of issues with liquid oxygen temperatures and a thrust problem. there are some big changes that could be coming to yellowstone national park. u.s. fish and wildlife service wants to remove grizzly bears from its list of protected species in the park. the agency says the protection act to help increase the bear population has
the grizzly bear population is now at an estimated 700. grizzlies in yellowstone occupy nearly 23 thousand square miles of land. that's larger than massachusetts, new hampshire and rhode island combined. fear that is the lifted, hunters will try to reduce the population. if you want to take your family on a soon have more options. the company is adding to more ships to its fleet. that brings the total to six. disney says design details and itineraries for the new ships still are in development. the ships are expected to debut 20-21 and 20-23. you want to know the fish you're eating is the kind you're paying for, right? so u-s-f scientists are headed to boston this weekend to show off a new tool they created to keep you from getting ripped off. it's called grouperchek. the handheld sensor makes sure the fish being sold to you is grouper and not less pricey tilapia or asian catfish. u-s-f scientists say as much as 30
the country is mislabeled and it's costing all of us dollars every year. grouperchek is unveiled, the scientists plan to add tests for other types of fish, including red snapper, tuna and a disturbing story of out morning that if you you pretty upset. the surprising amount of dogs one couple had living in their home. but first, it's something you do when enjoying a day at the beach. after the break, the problem on one 10news at the tampa bay lightning have teamed up to give away a v i p prize pack to the april 2nd lightning versus the new jersey devils game. one winner will also receive signed team gear as well. all you have to do is watch 10 news this morning next week for the word of the day, then enter to win through our facebook page. live from
here's a look at other headlines around the nation and the world in 60 seconds. canada's new prime minister says canadians think americans need to pay more attention to what's happening in the rest of the world. justin trudeau told "60 minutes" that's what canadians dislike about their american neighbors. his interview airs sunday, just days
house. you can watch it right here on 10 news at 7 p-m. families of 12 passengers malaysia airlines flight 370 have sued the government and carrier. this comes ahead of a filing deadline next week that marks two years since the plane's disappearance. a lawyer representing 10 of the families says her clients decided to sue because quote, "nothing reasonable was forthcoming" from the carrier. mh-3-70 disappeared with 239 people on board and is the only known missing triple-7. liquidation sales at about 140 sports authority stores, including some in the today. this comes after for chapter 11 protection earlier sports authority admitted it had lost market share to online retailers, became swamped with more than a billion dollars in debt and failed to keep up with consumer trends. when you go to the beach, you expect to see birds, sea shells...maybe dolphins. goers in galveston, snakes. one person living says he's seen at least three
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check this out, boeing has created a new bathroom for the germaphobe in all of us. the touchless system includes a hands free toilet, faucet and garbage can. when the bathroom is empty, ultraviolet light is used to kill germs. boeing has filed a patent, but says more studies need to be done before it's offered on flights.
amplifying alexa.. it's voice recognition search engine currently inside the amazon echo and fire t-v. alexa will now be available in the smaller 90 dollar echo dot and the 130 dollar amazon tap. google and apple are all working on new internet based voice devices. you could say, someone put a spell on a ride at the wizarding world of harry potter in california. employees testing out 'harry potter and the forbidden journey' are getting sick. the ride combines motion and video to make riders think they are soaring around hogwarts. the park is supposed to open this spring. it's a near replica of the one at universal orlando.
weekend and you're into art....there's an event just for you. where you can check out hundreds of artists tomorrow in downtown tampa. it's an investigation that lasted for months. agents step in a save dozens of dogs living inside a minnesota home. don't forget, you can always take 10 news with you just download the 10 news app. breaking news, and get alerts so you won't miss a news in the app store now. live look at downtown st. pete, construction will soon begin on