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"10news at noon" starts right now. >> good afternoon. thank you for joining us. a pinellas deputy who was arrested and charged with grand theft and dug possession last week is speaking -- drug possession last week is speaking out for the first time. deputy stephen smith says he is innocent. for four years he was considered a things went downhill after an ex-girlfriend told investigators he was using prescription drugs. his attorney says smith was targeted when he spoke out against policy within the department. >> we believe that the charges were motivated because my client was a whistleblower. >> i need to get my name back. that's the most important thing into my life right now. who i am. who i am as a man. who i am as a father. who i was as a deputy. >> he was fired for drug possession last week.
problem. his attorney says he will release more information in this case this afternoon during a news conference. we will stream that news conference live at wtsp.com and on our 10news app. all right. just 18 days now until the election, and hillary clinton and donald trump head their separate ways today campaigning in key battleground states ahead of the november 8th election. they were together thursday night for a charity dinner that is supposed to include >> this is the first time ever, ever that hilary is sitting down and speaking to major corporate leaders and not getting paid for it. [ laughter ] >> donald looks at the statue of liberty and sees a four. maybe a five if she loses the torch and tablet and changes her hair. >> reporter: but the roast turned icy when the jokes took on a more personal tone.
got kicked off the watergate commission. >> reporter: trump is facing another shake-up in his campaign staff. jim murphy, his national political director, has resigned less than three weeks before election day. sources tell cbs news the veteran republican operative made the decision after the release of the 2005 billy bush tape showing trump talking about forcing himself on women. >> we shouldn't tolerate this behavior from any man, let ala president. >> reporter: first lady michelle obama slammed trump's treatment of women while campaigning for clinton in phoenix. mark albert for cbs news, the white house. >> now, keep in mind that arizona has not voted democratic in a presidential election since 1996, but the arizona republic issued a recent poll of voters showing clinton with a five-point lead in that state. there is now a mural alongside pulse nightclub in
last night people continued to work on it throughout the evening. this is something that was meant to stay at pulse for as long as people want it, but it could also travel the country and world as a symbol. the artist created the mural not only because of what happened on this site, but also because of the community response. 49 people were killed and 53 others hurt when a gunman opened fire inside that club in june. tampa electric crews are working and heading on their way to the bahamas. they are going to help out folks who have power for the last couple weeks. two dozen linemen headed to south florida and they are set to arrive in the -- bahamas over the next couple of hours. what they are going to be doing once they arrive. [ inaudible ].
will get back to you. the nfl is reopening an investigation this afternoon into a player who is accused of beating his wife. this was a story that was very viral throughout the day yesterday. giants kicker josh brown will not join his team this weekend to play the l.a. rams in london. that's after his wife claimed that he beat her more than 20 times. a lot of people are upset the giants signed him to a deal even after hearing of these allegations. brown admitted to abusive behavior saying it was because he was molested as a boy. it experience for students at plant high school in south tampa. they learned firsthand how dangerous texting and driving can be. you can see they are using a virtual reality simulator inside the driver's ed classroom. many students cried hearing a port richey father talk about his father killed by a texting driver. >> after i do my presentation, a lot of the kids come up and
gonna do it any more and i'm gonna talk to my parents and tell them don't text and drive or don't use your phone while nurse your vehicle. so just by reaching even a few, it's worth it. >> he plans to go to tallahassee to push for stricter laws in florida. texting behind the wheel is illegal, by the fine is only $30. people have for this. today construction crews broke ground on a downtown tampa publix between television and east madison streets. it will adjoin to a new 22- story residential tower. the mayor says this is the latest example of how downtown is exploding with development. >> over the next 18 to 24 months there is anticipated to be over 4,000 residential units built in downtown tampa. tampa is alive.
estate markets in america. young people are flocking here and they want amenities like the grocery store. >> now that construction is underway, publix employees tell us the store is expected to open in six months. more and more snake bites in the u.s. where florida ranks and the average age of the bite victims next. and an event where all of the kids are superheroes. first the zika virus has been found in donated blood. why this could be a good thing coming up. >> well. it is friday and we are heading into a weekend with the cold front? >> yes. and we are going to see a big change in the temperatures looking ahead to the weekend. i think a lot of us are going to like it. knocking on the doorstep right now, when it gets here and what that means for the weekend and for tonight's rain chances coming up. 10news and the tampa bay lightning want to put you in the stands. next week watch "10news at 11" all week for your chance to win
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units of donate blood in miami have dested positive for zika. >> the fda confirmed the news but will not say which facility it was discovered at. it was found in august and some health experts say this might be a good thing. >> finding it before it's used is very, very good because that means we are doing the right thing. we are trying to identify whether there are any contaminated bloods before they are given. >> the three tests being used to test fo not licensed by the fda but have been allowed on an emergency basis. the fda did not say exactly how many are or are not using the double testing procedure. also a new study in the journal pediatrics shows a rise in snake bites in florida. overall, the study shows more than 1,300 kids suffer snake bites each other. this two-year-old right here is
recovering from a rattlesnake bite to the leg. two out of three victims were boys in these bites. the average age was ten and a half to 11 years old. it's stressful enough having a baby under normal conditions, but what if you have the worry hospital bed rest and a likely premature delivery? a local group counters all that worry with a dose of hope. >> reporter: joining me are bailey nicholas and kate desantos. they are from high- coming up. first, kate, tell us a little bit about high-risk hope. what do you do? >> sure. our mission is to provide support to families that have women on high-risk bed rest in the hospital and also to families that have babies that are in neonatal intensive care. we are serving st. joseph's hospital, sarasota memorial hospital. >> you had a preemie daughter,
be, and what kind of services do you provide the families? >> we do two different things. first we serve the high-risk side by engaging a group of volunteers like myself who have been through this journey and come out the other side with a healthy baby. and so they bring a care package to these moms, and the care package has everything into it they need to survive their stay, and it also has a gift of hope that the they sometimes bring pictures of their high-risk baby. they share their story and their experience, and it helps those parents that are still in the scary situation know that they are going to be okay. on the nicu side, it's similar. we also have a team of volunteers that bring care packages with essentials. but we also try to arm those parents with information. information is power. >> reporter: that's wonderful.
a lot of volunteers, bailey, but, you know, it takes money to make these organizations run. you have a to the trot coming up on november 12. this is a fun day, right? >> it is. it's a lot of fun. it's a family-friendly 3k event near mack dill air force base between st. pete and tampa. we have a lot of our families that have received our services in the hospital come out to the to the trot. it's really fun to see our v.i.p.es they each get a cape to wear. we have the centerpiece of the to the trot is our wall of hope, and we have over 70 babies this year featured on our wall of hope and have pictures from when they were in the nicu from now. it's fun to see them find their
and celebrate with their friends and family. >> reporter: 10news is a proud sponsor of the to the trot. you will see anchor courtney robinson out there. there is more information on our website. and if you'd like a tour of 10news call (727)577-1010 or email email@example.com. i am kathryn bursch for 10 community. >> that's going to be a good event. >> >> yeah, huge event. >> awesome. good stuff going on this weekend as well. people excited to get outside. cooler, nice refreshing air? >> enjoy that because, you know, it's florida. we never know how long it's gonna stick around. well, spoiler alert. it's not going to stick around forever. [ laughter ] >> we will take what we can get this weekend. >> the timing is perfect. a frontal boundary moves in tonight. that's not gonna bring much in the way of rain chances. if you have plans to go out
anything like that, you're in good shape. ladies, as far as putting your hair up as opposed to letting it go crazy because it will be breezy, that might come in handy. look at downtown tampa right now. not a cloud in the sky. we don't expect much of a change. as we head through the afternoon there may be a few high clouds, but overall we are in great shape. we are a little warm, but i don't think these temperatures are gonna climb much more. 84 in tampa. 80 degrees st. pete. also 84 clearwater. and we still got some 70s the mix. as the winds pick up, it's gonna suppress those temperatures from climbing much more. so we see a lot of low-to-mid 80s around the bay area. they are not gonna deviate much from where we are right now. we will heat up to 85 today in tampa. but notice the cloud cover we saw this morning, that's all gone. if you were east of i-75 and north of i-4 you probably saw a little fog this morning. obviously, we are problem free right now and we are not anticipating even rain chances with this front, although a
winds. it's not gonna be a big shift in the wind direction that you will notice. you will almost immediately feel that drier air coming in, and we are really going to enjoy it this time. can't break down the rain chances completely, but only about a 10% chance of seeing a few sprinkles. there is that front coming through. about 8, 9:00 tonight that's gonna move through the tampa bay area. that's when you should expect to see an increase in our cloud cover. around dinnertime for the nature coast. that's where we wille chances for showers, but they are minimal and they will not be much more than sprinkles. head inside for ten or 15 minutes to wait it out. and then by midnight tonight that front is completely through our area and you can just watch it come through on this map. so 8, 9:00 on the doorstep of tampa bay and then all that dry air comes in and we see dew points that are down in the 40s tomorrow. 50s feel nice. 40s feel absolutely amazing.
through the evening. notice how 8, 9:00 they are starting to fall. you're gonna notice a bit of a difference for our inland counties first and along the coast since the gulf moderates temperatures just a little bit. but overnight tonight look at tomorrow morning. we are going to see low 60s across the area. temperatures rebound but only into the mid-to-upper 70s and then sasarday night into sunday morning look at this cooldown. we are expecting 50s area wide. even some low 50s, flirting with upper 40s for paof nature coast. a little dose of fall with an overnight low of 62 degrees in tampa. it's going to feel really nice. a little bit on the breezy side. we warm up into the upper 70s to 80 degrees this weekend. sup morning that crisp cool fall start with the temperatures again down in the 50s. we are looking great. and we hold that trend into early next week. looks like monday morning around 60 degrees as well. but we start heating up a little bit more during the afternoon and by wednesday that
not super muggy, but more like today where it's not super cool but still comfortable with isolated chances for showers. ian and allison. >> looking nice. the hillsborough county fair is also now open. what you can expect coming up. we will be introducing you to the students and teachers at mullen magnet elementary. they are doing really cool
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if you are looking for something fun to do this weekend, this is one of many things you can check out at the hillsborough county fair. a special guest joined stephanie and michael to talk about it on great barrels. it's like a rodeo. it's really fun. then the livestock shows, and we also have a golf ball champ. >> there will be lots of food, as you know, out there. it runs this weekend and next weekend in dover. our 10news school of the week powered by duke energy florida is muller elementary magnet. >> this school was the number two magnet school in the country. the gators are well known for their visual performing and
students are learning cutting edge technology by designing and creating all kinds of items, and they do it with 3d printing. their teacher says these skills will be so valuable. >> what we have learned recently is 60% of the jobs these children are going to have don't exist yet. so bringing this up to date technology them and giving them to be at their fingertips is a way to prepare them. >> students aren't afraid to get their hands dirty this is the vertical garden project. it's the answer to growing food when there is not a lot of green space. had some of that video early for you. but it's been a fascinating time to be at the school and kind of show you what they are learning and what they are learning at a young age. >> hilary spent time out there yesterday. they are learning resumes and things about college at such a young age that they are ahead of the game. >> one of their teachers said that they are training kids for jobs that probably don't
>> 50 to 60% of the jobs don't exist yet. >> yeah. >> these are some of the 3d printing that they made. >> yeah. >> how cool is that? they did it during the show. >> it's really cool. >> so we loved having them as our school of the week. so congratulations. >> if you want to see a bunch of the other stuff, it's on our facebook page and on wtsp.com. you can check it out. and the weekend forecast? the weekend is finally here. >> i don't have to say anything. it's just a round of applause. that's what we get weekend. highs in the 70s tomorrow. and if you like sweater weather, you will get a few hours of that on sunday morning. it will heat up. we will be back near 80. the humidity is going to be low. it's going to feel so great. that gets extended into early next week. wednesday that humidity starts to make a comeback. saturday through tuesday looking fantastic. >> when was the last time we heard you say highs in the 70s? >> i can't remember back that far. >> we are looking forward to this.
port tampa bay has now become florida's largest and most diversified. which helps explain why it is one of dana young's top priorities. generating over 15 billion for the regional economy, and 80 thousand local jobs. dana young is working to continue that success, by attracting high waged jobs for families who need them and fighting a bureaucracy that too often gets in the way.
people need someone to do their dirty work, they hire bob buesing. how far will he go? buesing fought to foreclose assisted-living retirement homes, threatening local seniors with homelessness. then, buesing defended wells fargo against charges of helping a ponzi-schemer swindle millions.
robert kearney: i fought for my country in kosovo and iraq, and i've been a republican all my life. but i'm the father of three girls. i can't stand hearing donald trump call women pigs, dogs, and bimbos...and i sure
don't want my daughters hearing it. i want my girls to grow up proud and strong, in a nation where they're valued and respected. donald trump's america is not the country i
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