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good morning, it's i'm allison kropff. and i'm ian reitz. after months of working on proposals to keep the rays in downtown st. pete, city leaders are ready to present their master plans for the trop to city council. 10news reporter emerald morrow is live at the trop this morning. emerald, the city plans on redeveloping the area around the trop if the rays stay and even if they don't. - yeah, they obviously want to ke here...and feel this is going to be in the best interest of the city... - but even if the rays decide they want to move to another part of hillsborough county...we're still going to see a big change in what this part of the downtown area looks like. - and today, consultants and economic leaders in the city will present to city council the master plans they've been working on for a while now. - council will see three different
suggestions on what to do with the 85 or so acres available for redevelopment around the trop. - in any option officials choose, they want to see a public-private partnership that will really build up resources and opportunities for people in the area. - we'll likely see a mixed use development with housing, retail and entertainment... - but there are some critics of this plan.... - three decades ago, the city used eminent domain to displace lots of people and businesses for the current tropicana fielan community members describe as a thriving african american community...and there are many who remain skeptical about what the city wants to do. - but the city says it is conscious of these concerns...and any new developments placed down here around the trop will reflect what the community wants. - and we'll talk about how the city plans to do this, coming up at 6. - back to you. hillary clinton and donald trump will be back in the same room again tonight, just one day after their
debate. they both will be speaking at an annual charity dinner for the archdiocese of new york. while their discussion wednesday night focused mainly on the issues, there were some fireworks. one of the most controversial moments of the night came when donald trump refused to say whether he'd accept the outcome of the general election. this morning we're hearing from witnesses who were there for the take down of an escaped prisoner who abducted a corrections officer while fleeing polk county. it happened on wednesday bartow. pinellas deputies located 42-year-old david later near kenneth city in pinellas county. investigators say deputies attempted to pull over the stolen truck ross took to escape when he took off on foot. ross is in the pinellas county jail this morning waiting to make his first appearance on a whole new set of
handcuff key and resisting an officer before he can be transferred back to state custody. ross was scheduled for release in 2019. but now will likely serve much longer. this story has a lot of you talking this morning. t-mobile is being slapped with a 48 million dollar fine for not telling customers with unlimited data that once they used too much, their service would slow down. 10news reporter sarah hollenbeck is live at the t-mobile store at gandy and dale mabry in tampa. sarah, will customers see any of that money? no, and that's why so many people are talking about it this morning. t-mobile is offering customers a 20% discount on a phone accessory and an extra 4gb of data for their plan -- but not everyone will qualify and those who do will find out over the next 2 months. the country's 3rd biggest service provider is in hot water with the fcc. they aren't in trouble for limiting your data, but insted: not telling
data if you use too much. customers tell us they're ticked-- many of them chose to go with t-mobile specifically because of their unlimited data plan. so what can you do without going on a data diet? the easiest way is to cot whenever possible so you don't use cellular data. also turn off app notifications. here's what i'm digging into next-- what if you don't have tmobile and you have at&t, verizon, sprint or another provider.... this still impacts you too, what you need to know about unlimited data---at 6-30. ian... today...victims of drug and alcohol overdoses will be remembered in a
year the pinellas county sheriff's office has partnered with narcotics overdose prevention & education for this service. the gathering is part of raising awareness and to reach out to people living with addiction problems. these pictures are from last year's service. the candelight vigil begins at 7 tonight at largo central park. no part of the bay area has seen more changes over the years than st. petersburg. from new buildings to new businesses. but there is at least four- thousand square feet of the city that time has forgotten. the owner of recently began going through collections of things that have been stored their since the 1970's. she discovered classic cars to bottles of coca cola classic. she says now she's working to save and restore pieces of history hidden by time. gina hopes to keep some of the treasures, sell others, and preserve as much of the history as she can at different art studios or even museums. another step forward for the st.
project is in the works today. the art committee is meeting this morning at 9:00 to talk about the artwork you'll see. there is about 400-thousand dollars to be put towards the project. there will also be an update on the 66 million dollar restoration of the pier. telsa is making some changes to its cars. the automakers says its electric cars will be the first in the u-s with the hardware to drive themselves. c-e-o elon musks says the model s, x and the up and coming model 3 will all be fitted with the hardware needed for self driving. this comes as google, ford and cars by 2021. here's something you don't want to miss -- the hillsborough county fair starts today! it's happening the next two weekends at the hillsborough county fairgrounds on sidney washer road just east of brandon. gates open at five today and there is free parking! we have more details on what activites are there on w-t-s-p dot com and our free 10 news app. an inspiring
an inspiring story to share with you this morning. you or someone you may know has gone through chemo. as you probably know, it's not fun. that's why two women are determined change that. ana-alecia ayala posted this video on social media. it's of her and her "chemo buddy" danielle andrus, putting the "juju on that cheas "juju on that beat." the video has been viewed nearly two million times! she says she wants other people to get out of their comfort zones! stick around for this story this morning. a police officer is being called a hero
morning. a police officer is being called a hero for helping save the life of a little boy. after the break, the quick-thinking actions he made as the boy couldn't breathe. 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
if you are just joining us, here are some stories we're staying on top of for you. today.. st. pete city council is talking about their plan to redevelop tropicana field downtown. a final presentation will be given today at one p-m. the city has been working with consultants on this project for months. we'll have a look at the redevelopment plans later today
presidential candidates and their surrogates are back on the campaign trail in key states...following wednesday's third and final debate. hillary clinton and donald trump went toe to toe for 90 minutes in las vegas on issues like russia, the economy and immigration. the most controversial moment of night came when trump refused to say whether he would accept the outcome of the election should he lose. that immediately drew criticism from lawmakers on both sides of the aisle. did you know that cell phone carriers often throttle you, or slow your service, if you exceed a certain threshold or go over your datan? the f-c-c just fined t-mobile $48 million dollars for not clearly telling its unlimited plan customers that after using 26 gigabytes . they'll experience slower speeds. the agency says they've done better since june of 2015 when they posted it in small print on their website. bon't expect a credit to your account. the company is instead offering a 20percent discount to one accessory in its stores. you've heard the saying "see a penny, pick it up all day
well, you'll be really lucky if you find these pennies. financial services firm "ally" has hidden 100 lucky pennies in 10 cities across the country. it's to demonstrate the value of every cent. the pennies are slightly larger than a regular penny with the ally logo on the front and the number 100,000 on the back. that signifies how many cents the ally lucky penny could be worth. if you find one, it can be redeemed online for 1,000 dollars. here are the cities: chicago, austin, charlotte, diego and d-c. ally says the pennies are in plain sight in public places. an amazing rescue of texas.
save the life a three-year-old boy who was having a seizure and stopped breathing outside a fastfood restaurant. it was all caught on this police dash cam. he told the boy's father to do chest compressions while he got a c-p-r mask. when he got back, he delivered rescue breaths and the boy was breathign again moments later. the two were reunited for the first time since the incident. the officer says he is being called a hero, buhe he is being called a hero, but he says he
we have a lot to get to here on 10 news this morning. a crane collapses in miami killing a man. it happened at condo construction site and the man killed wasn't part of the construction crew. and neiman marcus reveals its 2016 fantasy holiday gifts and they are as outlandish as ever! this pink plane... tops the list. and james cordon and tom cruise act out every cruise film. it's the clip you don't want to miss.. plus ashley has your forecast and we'll check out how the morning commute looks, all coming up on 10 news this morning. live look of
exercise may help retain memory. thats the finding of a canadian study that tested senior citizens who already had memory loss and thinking problems. after six months, researchers found seniors who exercised showed a small improvement in memory compared to those who were not active. millennials are getting into the spirit of halloween. the national retail federation says 18 to 34 year olds are the most likely of all adults to celebrate this year. they're also the biggest spenders on halloween costumes. an average of 42 dollars compared to 31 dollars for all adults. a police officer in poland gets a surprising...and possibly unwanted friend. a woodpecker was caught on camera sitting on the shoulder of a police offcer. as you can see, he is pecking at his shoulder and neck. the officer laughs as the hungry bird mistakes him for a
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good morning. there is a little bit of fog out there, so be aware of that if you are traveling especially along i-75 through the nature coast counties. brooksville down to less than a mile and inverness a quarter of a mile. around the bay area things are clear this morning. no issues. nothing going on on stormtracker 10.
weekend cooldown in ten minutes. here are your hot spots at 6:00 on your thursday. i am road warrior hilary zalla. there is an accident in hernando county in springhill just reported along linden drive at mariner boulevard. injuries are reported and you do have lanes blocked there. in pasco county i am on top of this accident in san antonio along state road 52 west of curly street. you have lanes blocked in the eastbound direction. in less than ten minutes i will have drive time look at your bridges. your news. your community. we are putting the news back in the morning. this is "10news this morning" at 6. >> good thursday morning to you. welcome to "10news this morning." i am allison kropff. >> i'm ian reitz. >> hillary clinton and donald trump battle it out on the debate stage for the last time during the presidential debate. plus, a new zika warning if you or someone you know has been to certain areas of miami.