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dangerous drugs taking over bay area streets. this morning: the push to stop deadly drug cocktails. play ball! today the tampa bay rays will make history in cuba. and are you really getting the latte you paid for? the lawsuit starbucks is now facing. good morning and welcome to "10 news early morning." i'm mark rivera. lets get a look at #10weather with meteorologist bobby deskins.
brussels where the airport is being evacuated after two explosions. at least one person was killed, several others hurt. the explosions happened just about an hour ago as hundreds of passengers were trying to check in. we are working to get more information and will bring it to you on air and on our 10 news app. a warning for you-- about an alarming-- and growing local trend-- threatening your family. counterfeit pills-- being pushed on the streets-- are killing people at an alarming rate. 9 overdoses since the beginning of the
and xanax mix." 3 recent deaths-- because of a brand new opioid-- known zero." and more than a hundred people-- treated in recent weeks after 10 news reporter explains-- these drugs are putting all our lives at risk. one drug isn't taking a spring break. spice this video from clearwater police shows people not barely functioning while high a nearly overwhelming number of overdoses, firefighters in st pete responding to 59 calls over st. patrick's day weekend according to numbers provided by tampa fire rescue that you see treating a patient in this cell phone video, this month alone -- spice related calls have cost around 50- thousand dollars...which doesn't calculate the other impact it is having. response times are rising along with the number of overdoses. so while this drug is hitting the homeless the hardest, cost of
are...high. in st petersburg, jonathan petramala, 10 news wtsp cuba and the united states have different governments-- and different economies. but a "historic presidential visit and baseball"-- are helping to bridge those differences. president barack obama and first lady michelle obama attended a state dinner in havana last night. earlier in the day -- the mood was less celebratory-- as president obama and cuban president raul castro-- held a joint news conference.
moments there as well-- when u-s reporters questioned castro about his rights record. this afternoon enjoy cuba's national sport-- when the country's baseball team take on our very own tampa bay rays! 10 news morning anchor ian reitz -- is in havana. starwood hotels just announced it will be the first american company to
it will start offering cruises to cuba in may. in hillsborough narrowly avoids a wrong-way crash on "eye 275". investigators say 34-year-old "aja cancela" was speeding south in the northbound lanes early sunday she got off the interstate at busch boulevard where she according to f- dot-- "eye-275" in most common spots for wrong way crashes. a new cbs news new york times poll shows-- most americans believe hillary clinton and donald trump will face each other-- in the general election. but more than half of voters have an unfavorable runners. take a look: each has a "net negative double-digits. percent. clinton -- 52 percent. both of them gave foreign policy speeches-- before the largest "pro-israel political action group" yesterday. they're seeking support from an influential block of voters.
gave foreign policy gave foreign policy speeches. endorsed a presidential candidate....but speaking before the group-- has long been considered a "must"-- for anyone seeking the white house. time now for headlines around the nation and the world. this is your 60 second scan. the f-b-i says it may have found a method to unlock a terrorist's i-phone. and now-- a court hearing set for today has been canceled. the f-b-i has been demanding apple help unlock the encrypted device-- used by one of the san bernardino attackers. federal prosecutors say "an outside party" has come up with a possible solution. to california now
lawsuit. the coffee mega- chain is accused of under-filling drinks by 25 percent. the example listed in the suit says the "grande" is really only 14 ounces -- not the advertised 16 ounces -- because baristas don't fill to the brim of the cup. the suit seeks more than 5-million dollars. and amazon is warning kindle users -- if you have a pre-2013 device...you need to update it by today. owners who have not updated their kindle in awhile will lose their internet connection. that means-- they won't be able to get online and download books anymore. deadline-- you'll need to manually download and install the required update. again. in a punishing website gawker" another 25 million dollars in punitive damages-- for publishing the now notorious sex tape. 10news reporter courtney robinson talks with one
pricey verdict. salina stevens/ juror - "i believe his privacy was violated and that's not okay." -- juror salina stevens says she had no doubts and wanted to send a message not just to gawker, but all media. -- stevens - "i went into that deliberation room thinking one way and that video sealed it for me." "i just feel like if he knew he was being videotaped he would not have spoken about the things he spoke about." -- and for publishing that video . stevens and other jurors came down hard on gawker. here's how the money breaks down: the jurors say gawker's liable for $15 million dollars in punitive damages. owner nick denton -- $10 million. and former editor aj daulerio -- $100,000. that's on top of the 115-million they awarded hogan friday. in all: more than 140-million dollars. -- 24237-48 terry bollea hulk hogan "i feel great i am really happy about everything that's happened and i think we made history today because i think we protected a lot of people from maybe going through what i went through." -- but gawker says it's not over . they may have lost the trial, but they'll win the
-- 2:41:04-11 nick denton/ gawker media owner - "we have heard the jury's decision and we look forward to going to the appeals court where the law will be followed." -- rdesk gawker says it plans to appeal as soon as possible, but if the damages are upheld - this could be the end of the tabloid site. it's valued at about 83 million dollars. in the newsroom, courtney robinson, 10news wtsp. since seaworld announced the end to its killer-whale breeding program, peta is now calling for the company move its orcas to sea sanctuaries. seaworld argues the orcas are best off in the parks -- where trainers and veterinarians can take care of them. if you were hoping to see "air gondolas"-- in the saint pete skyline in the near future-- sorry! 10 news has learned-- the city is not a finalist for the 40-million dollar federal grant. the plan was to build a gondola system "east and west" from the saint pete pier-- all the way to the treasure island and pasadena area. the city will now have to find other ways to relieve traffic and other transportation
future. ### coming up at 5 on 10 news this morning...today's the big day as our own tampa bay rays are getting ready to take on the cuban national team. plus, the high risk that the zika virus could be here in large numbers by summer. and security planning has started for the republican national convention in cleveland. still ahead on 10 news early morning... what's really in your drinking water? 10 investigates the new concerns in tampa bay. plus, a warning before you get on your ipad or computer this morning. how a simple typo could trash your
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happened in flint michigan. and while things aren't nearly as bad-- there are some people in st. petersburg-- raising a concern. 10 investigates mike deeson digs deeper-- into a water line-- buried under what could be dangerous dirt. we've heard the warnings in other states.. but under this pile of dirt at the skyway skeet and trap club is the pipeline that supplies water for many of your homes in st. petersburg. according to this florida department of environmental protection contamination report .. the dirt is loaded with 600 to 800 times
of lead. but city water managers continue to tell city council, the dirt is cleaned up.. but in this lawsuit which was dropped after the nra got involved the water management district says skyway refused to take action to clean up its property we wanted to know why the water department was telling council something different than the water district. city administrator gary cornwell wouldn't answer our questions. but usf environmental engineering professor dr. jeffery cunningham warns there is a situation that could cause concern. cunningham the lead
and it's giving them access to your buying domain names-- similar to legitimate websites. but instead of "dot com" it's "dot om." when you go to the site, it installs malware on your computer. and starbucks are just a few of the companies dealing their sites. so how can you computer and personal information? security experts say encrypted websites. double check the spelling on every address. don't click on links in unsolicited messages-- and always keep your software up to date. still ahead... bringing the big screen to your living room. what would you be willing to pay to watch a newly released movie from home? coming up tonight on 10 news and c-b-s primetime.. n-c-i-s at 8:00.. followed by n-c-i-s: new orleans at 9:00 and limitless at 10. then stay tuned for 10 news at 11. don't forget to stay up for the late show with stephen colbert and his guests octavia spencer and the guys
coming to your living room! a new startup company-- known as "screening room" may soon allow you to watch movies at home on the same day they hit theaters. several major studios... including universal, fox, and sony, have expressed interest in the venture. it would cost 50- dollars per viewing -- and the device to stream the movies would cost 150 bucks. coming up on 10 news this morning.. we're on top of that breaking news out of brussels where right now the airport is closed after two deadly explosions. the evacuations underway across the city. soon you could be able to cruise to cuba. when carnival will start sailing there. and tonight's launch from cape canaveral will have a something special on board. the tool that will be used to create a large fire in space.
welcome to 10 news this morning. i'm allison kropff. and i'm mark rivera, in for ian. we're on top of breaking news out of brussels this morning where the airport has been evacuated after two explosions. this is what it looked like just moments after those explosions. just chaos at brussels airport as people go running from the airport after those two large explosions. 10 news reporter jenny dean is on top of this breaking story. jenny what have you been able to find out so far? here's what we know so far.. the two explosions were powerful.. just take a look at these pictures posted on social media.. you can see windows blown out and glass