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in ohio by john kasich. across the aisle -- clinton defeated sanders in 4 out of 5 states. missouri is still too close to call. 10news reporter sarah hollenbeck is live in tampa at pop 'n sons restaurant. sarah, these results are definitely going to have people talking over breakfast this morning. yes, they definitely will be. this diner is still waiting on the morning crowds to come in. but the talk will definitely be on the primary especially because here in florida marco rubio is no longer in the running, he ended his campaign. and now the path is becoming clearer for trump and clinton. trump knocked marco rubio out of the race, but he failed to win ohio,
reduced the race to a two-way contest with ted cruz. clinton carried the all-important swing states of ohio and florida, dealing bernie sanders a major defeat after his major win in michigan last week. the primary process isn't over yet, but this morning's results will help define the race on both sides. here's what i'm looking into next-- where do the candidates go from here-- what's next for them in this race towards the white house. live in tampa, sarah hollenbeck, 10news wtsp ian, all eyes are now on missouri as the races there remain too close to call for both sides. ian, all eyes are now on missouri as the races there remain too close to call for both sides. donald trump and hillary clinton are now closer to their party's presidential nomination after tuesday's primaries. here's a look at the updated delegate count on the republican side. remember the magic number to clinch the nomination is 1,237. with trump winning three states... he's extending his lead over the other candidates. missouri's delegates are not included in this. on the democratic side... 2,383 delegates needed for the nomination. with hillary clinton's wins in florida, north carolina, ohio,and illinois -- she's now up to 1,561.
missouri, the race is close to call. florida's primary was big for the state and the nation but there are two more nights you will want to pay attention to. august 30th in the primary election. and november 8th is the general election. there were also other elections outside of the presidential race. there's a list of all who won on our free 10 news app. just search wtsp in the app store. if you take any of the bay area bridges for your morning commute...fog could be a problem again for you this morning. 10news reporter emerald morrow is live near the sunshine skyway bridge this morning. emerald...how does it look out there? - visibility is pretty low out here... - on our drive out this way, we definitely had to take it easy because as we got closer to the skyway, it got harder to see ahead of you...even the photojournalist i'm working with mentioned how dangerous it feels to drive out here this morning - here's a look at the fog from yesterday
- you can see how dense it was...you can moving across pretty dangerous visibility - but the of you were frustrated because across the bridge to get where you needed to be to/from work - in some places leading up to the skyway, people were even standing outside of their cars just waiting it out - so make sure you give yourself a little extra time to get where you need to be today - we'll be out here all morning watching the weather for you...and in just a few minutes...bobby will be back with another check on your forecast to help you plan for the morning. - in st. pete, emerald morrow, 10news, wtsp. a tampa man will not face any charges after police say he
police say the man, who lives on north central avenue, was upstairs when he heard a noise. he grabbed his gun and went downstairs. that's when he found the stranger in the kitchen. he says he shot the man because he feared for his life. police say the homeowner had a right to defend himself in his own home. just a few hours ago an american tourist learned he will serve time in a north korea prison. in a trial that lasted one hour , otto warmbler, a 21 year old university of virginia student, was sentenced to 15 years by the country's highest court. warmbler was convicted of subversion after he steal a propaganda hotel. he was there with a group of friends over new year's. he told reporters he was taking it "as a friend's mom. underway after an iconic mansion in cocoa beach burns to the ground. from our partners at florida today. many of you may pumpkin center", was once the home of the today and u-s-a hundreds
the oceanfront fire. no one was hurt, but the home is a loss. clean up will be underway in a few hours after a tornado touched down in good hope illinois. that's located in the middle part of the state. you can see the damage it caused to several farms. thankfully, no one was hurt. if you have a second, come over to your t-v to watch this incredible video. in chicago, a tower cam catches a massive lightning strike hitting the willis tower...which is commonly known as the sears tower. the 108-story building is the tallest building in the city. thousands of people in washington d-c are having to find a different way to get to work this morning. right now, the city's entire metro system is shut down. it is expected to be closed until 5:00 a-m tomorrow. crews are doing emergency inspections on the power cables after a fire on the tracks earlier this week. the metro system carries more than 700 thousand people every day.
can either take or work from home today. the latest support the link virus and the birth defect micro- cephaly, which has been on the rise in south america. lancet estimates the risk of micro- cephaly is about one in every 100 women infected with the mosquito-borne virus during the first trimester of pregnancy. that number is based on a previous outbreak in french polynesia. the defect causes abnormally small heads and often brain damage. school children living in newark, new jersey have to be tested for lead poisoning. elevated levels of the toxin were found at nearly half of the city's schools. city leaders are urging parents to they say the lead compare to the crisis that has hurt flint, michigan. unknown how long those affected have been exposed to higher concentrations of lead. there are likely a lot of florida gator fans watching this morning...and probably some georgia bulldog fans too. heads up -- the college football
continue to be played in jacksonville. the world's largest cocktail party has reportedly been extended for five more years! it was set to expire after the 2016 game, but a new deal will allow the two teams through the 2021 season. the game brings in about 35 million dollars to jacksonville. after today...major changes could be heading to maderia beach. the big vote today that could impact the landscape of the small beach town. but first, an usual rescue out of louisiana. the efforts made to save this donkey, stranded in flood waters. it's march madness and we want to see photos of your superstitious traditions to get your team to win.. whether it's wearing a pair of lucky socks or sitting in a lucky chair. from now until march 30th share your photo on our 10news wtsp facebook page.
he has narrowed it down to three candidates. they include judge sri srinivasan, who appeals for the district of columbia. the next nominee could replace the seat left vacant by the late justice died earlier this year. at a humane society in texas were killed in a fire. investigators say from a dryer in the laundry room. it took firefighters about 15 the flames. the animals outside the shelter as quickly as possible, but those that died were killed by smoke inhalation. a telethon to help the people of flint has raised just over a million dollars. the event was held tuesday night. organizers said that about 500- thousand dollars was raised and the owner of the detroit pistons matched the donation. the money is to help the ongoing city water crisis. led found in the water can cause developmental delays and learning disabilities. we've been telling you about people in louisiana stranded because of the high waters.. well firefighters are also coming to
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if you have to deal with traffic on your drive to work -- listen to this. the average american wastes 50 hours a year in traffic. a report from car data company, inrix, finds its worst in los angeles. drivers there spend two work weeks, or 81 hours a year, on clogged roads. the runners up for running late:
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