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officer cuffed and kidnapped. all part of an inmate's daring escape. today he's captured... taken down in the middle of a local neighborhood. plus... a new sample of mosquitoes taken from miami beach has tested positive and the presidential nominees faced off in their final debate before election day. we'll bring you the best moments from las vegas. good morning and welcome to "10 news early morning." i'm ian reitz.. lets get a look at #10weather with
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a felon with a long rap sheet is off the streets right now. he's sitting in a jail cell where he will likely stay for a very long time. david ross' crimes-- dates back more than 2 decades. it includes forgery, battery on a law enforcement officer, theft and domestic violence. ross escaped from a work detail near mosaic park in bartow before he was finally spotted by law enforcement in pinellas county off 54th avenue north. 10news reporter
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found themselves caught in the middle of a massive manhunt. 00-08 coral way pinellas county 39- 46 marsha fischer witness 106-127 beau zimmer pinellas county 58:41 pointing their guns at him telling him hold still hold still. marsha fischer arriving home to catch the tail end of an all out manhunt in the middle of her neighborhood. pinellas deputies finally catching up to 42-year-old david ross. the state prisoner who escaped from a work detail in polk county earlier in the day. investigators say ross used an improvised sharp object. to abduct the supervising corrections into a county work truck. then driving away. hours later, deputies in pinellas stopped the stolen vehicle. near kenneth city. ross this time trying to escape on foot. before being taken down. 55:31 it took them a while and there were about five of them and he finally held still. and they cuffed him and away they went. state corrections officer jeffrey rexrode. was found a short time later. uninjured... after he managed to escape at a nearby gas station.
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scheduled for release in 2019. he's now back in custody. facing a whole new set of charges. and likely a much longer sentence. and those new charges include unlawful possession of a handcuff key, driving with a suspended license, and resisting arrest ross is currently being held here at the pinellas county jail. where i'm told he'll have to appear on those new charges before he is transferred back to state custody. in pinellas county, beau zimmer, 10news wtsp. a 9-year-old girl and her mother held at gunpoint! you can see two armed, hooded men enter this dollar general in marion county. next you see a young girl run across the screen .. and her mother follows pushing a shopping cart. they were both ordered to the ground by the suspects, as the pair robbed the store. two news cases of zika and both in miami-dade county. neither of these cases are travel- related. this comes as the c-d-c is urging all pregnant women
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miami-dade is the only area in the continental u-s where mosquitoes have been continuously spreading the virus since the summer. whether you have symptoms -- pregnant women who have either lived in or visited the area since august first -- need to get tested! zika is mainly spread by mosquitoes. infection during pregnancy can lead to severe birth defects. it's not looking good for wells fargo. new this morning...california 's attorney general is now investigating the bank. they've launched a criminal investigation over bank opened millions of bogus accounts. according to a search warrant the state's d-o-j is demanding names of employees involved in the accounts scandal...along with other information. the bank could face felony charges of impersonation...and improperly using personal information. ever feel like your cell phone just isn't running at top speed? or like you aren't getting what you paid for? well -- it's not your imagination! in fact, one provider's getting fined millions. 10 news reporter courtney robinson shows you
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-- in just one day she used 2 gigs. and camilla calleja is just one of five using the family's t-mobile unlimited data plan. -- 34:21 "i mean that's a lot, but you don't think it's even. that's one member of my family." -- mom natalya couldn't find the words as she realized why her service slows near the end of the month. that unlimited data isn't so unlimited. -- natalya calleja 1932 21 it's the word unlimited right 23 so you would think you don't have to worry about your data because it is indeed unlimited or so we thought 31 -- t- mobile is throttling her plan. the fcc just slapped the nation's third largest carrier with a $48 million fine because it wasn't clear that when you reached a certain threshold they'd slow your data speed until your monthly plan renewed. -- 1931 27 you feel kind of cheated basically -- each of the major cellular carriers throttle users who go over on data plans or reach a certain threshold. if you're surprised
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mobile's done better since june of last year. on its website the fine print now warns customers who use more than 26 gigabytes a month. you'll find similar notices from sprint, at&t and verizon. -- ramiro alvarado 1914 22 i'm constantly on the phone using whatever gps everything 29 -- standup with everything running, video streaming .. and eating up your data . what can you do to keep the speed without going on a data diet? the easiest way -- connect to wifi so you're not using cellular data. also see these apps . in settings turn off push notifications. courtney robinson 10news wtsp. on facebook -- a lot of you are asking if you'll get a credit to your account. courtney found out no you won't -- but t-mobile is offering you 20 percent off of one accessory in its stores. 5 million dollars will also be used to expand internet access for children in need. the third and final debate
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hillary clinton and donald trump. and while their discussion focused mainly on the issues, there were some fireworks. cbs's danielle nottingham has more from the university of nevada in las vegas. donald trump and hillary clinton sparred in their final debate over clinton campaign documents wikileaks released. clinton claimed russian president vladimir putin is responsible, and is trying to influence the election. "putin, from everything i've seen, this person." "that's because he'd rather have a puppet as president." "no puppet.. no puppet... you're the puppet." trump repeated his call for a wall to keep mexicans from crossing the border illegaly. "once the border is secure, at a later date we'll make a determination as to the rest, but we have some bad hombres here, and we're gonna get 'em out." my comprehensive immigration reform plan of course includes border security." the battle turned personal with trump targeting clinton's
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allegations against trump. "donald thinks belittling women makes him bigger" "she destroyed 33- thousand emails criminally after getting a subpoena from the united states congress." ten percent of voters are still not fully committed - and this was their last chance to see the candidates battle it out. both candidates were asked if they would accept the outcome of the election. "i will look at it at the time. i'm not looking at anything now. i'll look at it at the time." "i, for one, a somebody who is the nominee of one of our two major parties would take that kind of position." while they won't square off again. the candidates will likley stay on the attack with less than three weeks until election day. danielle nottingham, cbs news, las vegas. clinton and trump will be in the same room again tonight, at an annual charity dinner for the archdiocese of new york. keeping your hair during chemotherapy is an option. it's called "cold cap treatment"-- but it's expensive and
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consuming. 10 news reporter shannon valladolid shows you how it works-- and introduces you to a local woman who's aggressively raising money-- to help anyone undergoing the treatment. leslie betts owner, blowbar :15- :25 shannon valladolid tampa 1:14- 1:20 nats leslie betts, owner of blowbar in south tampa, has been actively working with "the rapunzel project", the non-profit helps patients pay for this "cold cap treatment." using this cap, can help women keep more than half of their hair. "i've had one mother, that her kids are still very young and the ou her hair, she was afraid it was going to scare them." doctors say it works in two ways. it constricts blood flow, keeping the chemo from reaching the scalp. also it freezes many of the hair follicles and the chemo is shut out. betts main goal with raising money for the non- profit. "that there will be a freezer provided for them at the designated center where she receives her actually chemotherapy." without the
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have to transport a cooler filled with dry ice to keep these "cold caps" chilled to 30 below. "but having the freezers located in the tampa bay area and the different hospitals is so much more convenient." as it warms, a new one is strapped on tightly every 20 to 30 minutes. this goes on for eight hours and the caps can cost about 500 dollars a month. "this freezer here at tampa general is one of two leslie helped donate for patients that choo t other is located at florida cancer specialists. "if that's the one thing i can do to make it easier for a woman, a mother, a sister, a wife, a daughter, i take full pride in that." in tampa shannon valladolid 10 news wtsp. cold cap therapy doesn't work for all chemo drugs-- or for cancers carried through the blood like leukemia. it can be used by men, women and some older children. coming up at 5 on 10 news this morning.. allison is in the newsroom with what we are
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right now an investigation is underway after a massive explosion in portland, oregon. crews will continue to cleanup all this damage in the shopping district. we'll have more of this video. a texas boy is alive and doing well this morning thanks to the quick actions of one police officer. we are working on all those stories, plus ashley has your thursday forecast and hilary is checking on your roads. while the bay area is constantly changing...time has stayed frozen in coming up... see forgotten memories - come to life! but first... a complete stranger pulls this woman's baby from her shopping cart!
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terrifying video! a mother in houston says-- a man tried to kidnap her one-year-old daughter at a grocery store. take a look: you can see the man picks up the little girl up out of the grocery cart -- while her back was turned. if you're a parent-- it's probably one of
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the mother says the man didn't have a shopping cart -- the mother says the man didn't have a shopping cart -- she grabbed her daughter from his hands. so far-- the man in the video has not been arrested. police say they are still investigating. bay area has seen more changes over the years than st. petersburg. from new buildings to new businesses. but 10 news reporter jonathan petramala was shown four thousand square feet of the city that everyone, including time, has forgotten for years. - time flies. always rushing by. we just try to weather it but there is a place in st. petersburg where
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more when gina marie bought the warehouse over a year ago she never really looked inside, mostly because there wasn't a way to walk through it all but when she started to take the time... she found stuff worth saving. as far as she can tell, things began collecting here from around the late 70's through the mid 90's even some of it is much older from classic cars to coca-cola classic a pickers paradise that gina feels chose her sorting, sifting, saving through it
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to be an overwhelming task...that is unless you have time. in st petersburg, jonathan petramala, 10 news wtsp. gina hopes to keep some of the treasures... sell others... and preserve as much of the history as she can-- whether at different art studios or even museums. new dash camera video -- shows a "florida highway patrol trooper"-- rescuing an injured bald eagle. jeep-- and hit the windshield. it happened along the florida turnpike tuesday. trooper julio velez-- rescued the eagle and placed the bird in his car. the eagle is now recovering at an animal rehab center. if you love wine - you'll want to see this! there's now a device-- to help you remember details about your favorite wine! the cap tells you everything from what year you should drink the bottle-- to how expensive it was. when you select a bottle on the app-- it
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over time... so if something goes up in value and starts to peak - the app will notify you to start drinking. the makers say there's still some logistics to work out...but the device was already a big hit at intel's develo last month. a new sweet treat is hitting store shelves. the new m & ms flavor chocolate lovers can't wait to try. coming up tonight on 10 news and c-b-s. starting at 8:00, cbs thursday night football: chicago at green bay. then tune in after the game for 10 news at 11 don't forget to stay up for the late show with stephen colbert and his guests tiger woods and elijah wood. don't forget, you can always take 10 news with you just download the 10 news app.
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candy "m & m's" is embracing something new -- caramel. a mars chocolate researcher says caramel is the "fastest growing segment in food right now." but you're going to have to wait a while. the new treat won't be available until next may. it will coincide with m-and-m's 75th birthday. coming up on 10 news this morning... the city of st. petersburg plans to redevelop tropicana field whether or not the rays stay there. we will get you a first look at what the updated tropicana field will look like. donald trump and hillary clinton went head to head in their final debate wednesday night in las vegas less than three weeks away from election day. we'll bring you the best moments. and we'll take a
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left behind at port canaveral. we'll be back with another look at your weather and traffic, in three minutes. look at this steak, just sitting there, taunting you. what's worse? it's not alone. it comes with this, this, or this too. are you gonna do something about it? if not? good luck sleeping tonight. you can't fake steak. longhorn steakhouse. tonight's special: great steak pairings. a center cut sirloin with a choice of bacon-wrapped shrimp,
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you love all-day breakfast. but you don't love that you can't get all your favorites.
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like hearing the sound of your own voice.e. i've seen what can happen as the result of hate. my son matt was murdered in laramie, wyoming, in 1998. he was befriended by two men in a bar who pretended to be gay. they offered him a ride home, and when he was in their car, they robbed him and beat him. they drove matt out to the prairie and tied him to a split-rail fence, then beat him some more and left him for dead. in the aftermath of matt's death, my family saw the best of america in the love and support we were shown. so when i see the hate that donald trump has brought to his campaign for president, it terrifies me. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell ya. ahh, i don't know what i said, uhh, i don't remember. he's a mexican. i could stand in the middle of fifth avenue and shoot somebody, and i wouldn't... words have an influence. violence causes pain. hate can rip us apart.
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good morning and welcome to 10 news this morning. i'm allison kropff. and i'm ian reitz. as leaders across the tampa bay area fight to get the rays to call their part of town "home," st. pete is working on perfecting its pitch to keep the team in the city. 10news reporter emerald morrow is live at tropicana field. emerald, the city has been working on proposals with


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