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welcome to 10 news this morning. i'm allison kropff. and i'm mark rivera, in for ian. we continue to stay on top of developments in brussells... where at least 34 people were killed by terrorists. 10 news reporter jenny dean is in the satellite center. jenny police have identified at least two of the men resposible for this? yes.. belgian police now know who two of the
brussels airport. take a look.. according to several news outlets..police say the two men in black are brothers.. khalid and brahim el bakraoui. they believe the man in the light colored jacket is also one of the attackers... but likely survived and they are trying to find him. sources say police know who he is.. meantime.. just after the attacks belgian police began conducting raids across brussels searching for that suspect. in one home they found a nail filled bomb, chemical products and an isis flag. the woman speaking there lives just down the road from one of the homes that was raided. for now, the manhunt for that third suspect continues across belgium this morning... while many are still recovering from the shock of yesterdays attack. and if you're
you might want to head to the airport early.. i'll tell you why they're increasing security across america... at 5:30... allison this morning, usf is working to get two of its employees out of brussels and home safe. the usf sarasota-manatee chancellor, dr. sandra stone and director of global engagement - amela malkic - weren't hurt in the attacks. american terrorism expert dr. anne speckhard had been heading to the brussels airport when the explosions happened. the georgetown university professor has been in belgium interviewing isis defectors, to get inside the mind of a terrorist. she says this is a new kind of attack targeting the area of the airport before security, possibly exposing vulnerabilities at airports everywhere. speckhard believes there's a greater chance of another attack in europe where it's easier to cross borders and she says terror cells are more organized and angry.
from voters in three states out west. donald trump and hilary clinton each won the biggest prize.. arizona.. but it was a different story in idaho and utah. senator ted cruz won the republican vote in both of those states. bernie sanders also beat out clinton in the same states. sanders says this means his campaign is more alive now than ever. the feud between trump and cruz is growing. after accusing cruz of using a racy picture of his wife in an ad, trump threatened that he better be careful before he spills the beans on his wife. cruz tweeted "donald, if you try to attack heidi, you're more of a coward than i thought. hashtag classless." president obama is in arngentina this morning after wrapping up his visit in cuba. air force one landed in buenos aires just after
plans to meet with argentinian president macri, appear at a town hall and attend a state dinner later tonight. 90 miles apart and decades of differences. the u-s and cuba came together for an afternoon of baseball. 10 news this morning anchor ian reitz was in havana for the historic day as our tampa bay rays took on the cuban national team.
county sheriff's deputy killed by a wrong way driver earlier this month will be buried today in his home state of massachusets. deputy john robert kotfila died march 12th after he was hit head on by a drunk driver going the wrong way on selmon expressway. a woman says she would have been hit by that driver if kotfila hadn't gotten in front of her. the driver of the wrong way car had a blood alcohol level more than three times the legal limit. he also died from the impact. new this morning, the fda is taking more steps to crack down on prescription drug abuse. 10news reporter emerald morrow is live at tampa general hospital. emerald, this new effort will mean changes to warnings on some common painkillers. - yes, allison. - as we all know, prescription drug abuse has become a huge problem in recent years, and while obviously the fda can't control what people do with
trying to do its part to curb the epidemic. - so we just learned the fda is going to trying to do its part to curb the epidemic. - so we just learned the fda is going to require that immediate-release opioids like morphine, oxycodone and hydrocodone have the strongest warning on them - the purpose of this blackbox warning is to make sure users know about the serious risks they are exposing themselves to when they take these types of medications - everyday across the country...40 people die because of overdoses on prescription medications...and numbers show that over the last few years, nearly 2 million people across the country suffer from addiction to the drugs. it's a problem florida was particularly bad with...but we've come a really long way in the last few years. i'm looking into just how much we've improved and what led to that, coming up at 5:30. live in tampa, emerald morrow, 10news, wtsp.
sports journalism. doctors have told sideline reporter craig sager that he has three to six the basketball his colorful suits leukemia. on monday, he said longer in remission. continue to cover n- b-a basketball for turner sports athletes and members of the media have been tweeting their love and support. this morning.. some people in countryside and notice they have low water pressure.. while crews work to fix a leaky water main. this issue is in front of countryside high school beneath state road 580. crews tell us repairs should be completed by the time kids in pinellas county are back in school from spring break on monday. a spacecraft loaded with supplies is on its way to the international space station after taking off from cape canaveral late tuesday night. it was a clear night with a full
shining as the rocket launched. as we've reported.. a 3-d printer is on board. the printer will be used to start a large scale fire so scientists can study flames in space. that is scheduled for the end of may when it is disconnected from the i-s-s. still ahead, florida's next music festival experiment has hit a major setback. postponed for months and at the center of a big investigation. but first, one texas neighborhood doesn't have to worry anymore now that a giant bee tree is gone. make sure you watch "10news this morning" all this week for your chance to win 150 florida lottery scratch office tickets. it's the new "$10 million fortune "game. 10th caller will also wins a fifty dollar home depot gift card. one grand prize winner will also win
time now is if you're just joining us, here's a look at some of the headlines around the nation and the world in your 60 second scan... we're just a few days into spring, but a powerful storm could dump up to a foot of snow in parts of the upper midwest. in wisconsin, meterologists expect the heaviest snow to fall during the day today. further south, forecasters say severe weather and even a tornado or two could hit in parts of texas this afternoon. this man stopped traffic in downtown seattle on tuesday after he climbed this 80 foot sequoia tree. police shutdown the area as they tried to negotiate with the man and get him down. the man just yelled at them, and witnesses say he even threw things at officers. a fire department
in to help bring the man down. sarah palin may be coming to a t-v near you. the former governor of alaska may not have a law degree, but she's set to star in a new judge judy-style courtroom reality show. if palin sells the idea to t-v stations, the daytime show will premiere in the fall of 2017. after more than a year, a san antonio neighborhood is relieved that one tree is gone after it became home to thousands of bees. at first, homeowners thought there was just a hive in the tree, but it turns out the tree was one giant city officials decided to take down public safety was a the bees won't be flying back anytime soon either. soon they will be at their new home in a zoo 120 miles away. you can get 10
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. you've probably heard this question before, or even asked it yourself. do men make more than women? coming up, a study with answers and a breakdown of the numbers. and the scary rescue at a grain cilo when a man was buried up to his
job recruiter "glassdoor" says the gender pay gap is real and women in the u-s earn an average 24 percent less than men. however, when comparing workers with similar age, education and experience, the gap shrinks significantly with women earning about five and a half percent less than men. and check this out.. dominos is testing out a prototype for the world's first ever commercial autonomous delivery vehicle.. named "dru." it's a four-wheeled contraption that comes with compartments designed to keep food hot and drinks cold. it will be able to navigate to its drop off destination. dominos says it's running tests right now in australia. easter is right
and one of the day's most popular treats is sitting in the spotlight in one state. the racine art museum in wisconsin is now featuring peeps. candies are array of artwork from snow globes, to animals made out of peeps and even the peep marshmallow show runs until april 3rd. you remember the awful flooding we saw last summer and the horrible impact it had on so many homeowners. now we're going back to some of the hardest hit areas to see how they've improved and if they're prepared for more. and how sarasota county firefighters are training today to get through hurricane windows