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country a local marine is being told to pay up -- thousands of dollars. election day is two weeks away and the presidential candidates are focusing their attention on early voting states. it's the worlds most popular sport, but new also bad for your brain. good morning and welcome to "10 news early morning." i'm allison kropff. lets get a look at #10weather with
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appalling. disgusting and just plain wrong. those are just a few of the words being used in reference to "current and former army national guard soldiers" being forced to repay bonuses. money was given out to more than
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out to more than 10-thousand ? it'll be here before you know it. hello, halloween. it's the one night when everybody dresses up.
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those are just a few of the words being used in reference to "current and former army national guard soldiers" being forced to repay bonuses. money was given out to more than 10-thousand soldiers-- by mistake! they say they shouldn't have to pay the price for "mismanagement" of the program. in 2010 -- officials discovered a "california manager"-- awarded more than 15 million dollars to ineligible soldiers! she was sentenced to 30 months in prison. that story is bringing others to light. veterans who say they too have been wronged by the government. a disabled marine reached out to us after being asked to pay back the government. he showed 10 news reporter jonathan petramala the bill that is as big as some mortgages. he served as a marine where artillary was his specialty. but this letter decades after being honorably discharged has left thomas katsikas shell shocked.
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known as the office of personnel management says katsikas owes because of a decades worth of social security award overpayments and he'll have to pay it all back...taken out of his retirement each month katsikas has submitted the letter from the social security administration and has asked for congressman gus bilirakis to step in. his office responded saying they're looking into it. but in the meantime katsikas and his wife have to come up with a plan to pay their other bills with less money coming in every month. either the opm is correcting a decade of mistakes or making a big one. in pasco county, jonathan petramala 10 news wtsp. 10 news reached
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and the office of personnel management, we are still waiting for a response. we'll stay on top of this story and update you on how this turns out. election day is two weeks away and hillary clinton and donald trump are focusing their attention on early voting states. on tuesday both candidates spent the day courting florida voters. craig boswell is at the white house. donald trump said president obama knew hillary clinton was using a private email was secretary of state. he's caught up now folks! we need to investigate the investigation. trump seized on wikileaks' newest batch of hacked emails that includes one from clinton's former chief of staff cheryl mills that said ""we need to clean this up - he has emails from her - they do not say". the white house said the president did exchange emails with clinton, but that he had no knowledge of where her server
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promised to abolish "obamacare." stopping hillary's healthcare takeover is one the single most important reasons we must win on november 8th. clinton picked up the endorsement of former secretary of state colin powell. despite her lead in many polls, she told supporters near miami that she takes nothing for granted. you can go across the street to the north regional library and cast your vote today! clinton continued refusing to say he'll accept the outcome of the election. i think this all started when george washington refused to become a king. right? donald trump probably would have called him a loser. so far, more than 1.6 million people have cast ballots in florida. craig boswell, cbs news, the white house. trump also promised florida voters that he'll reinvigorate nasa and bolster the u-s
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north carolina and hillary clinton will be campaigning in tampa. busch gardens' ride: "congo river rapids" - is shut down indefinitely. the park made the decision after a freak accident on a similar ride - killed four people in australia. it happened at dreamworld park when a river rapids ride malfunctioned. authorities are working to figure out what happened. busch gardens closed "congo river rapids" - out of an abundance of caution. they want to know what caused the tragedy in australia. think about the hours you spent or spend balancing your checkbook. now nerdwallet says you can stop balancing your checkbook! 10news reporter courtney robinson heard from a lot of you who say-- you don't even use checks. 0402 36 do you balance your checkbook? i don't have a checkbook 38 -- mariana stavig 0408 19 what's that? 22 no -- 0405 36 i wouldn't even understand this no
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even taught in school. -- 0407 48 i think i remember doing it in some sort of economics class in high school 52 melissa brinn -- balancing your checkbook was the way to keep your finances straight . thinking about it now probably gives you a headache. -- 041128 28 it is tedious you have to be organized keep your receipts and every month go through them and it's very tedious 33 and after a while you just don't want to do it anymore 36 marianne homsy -- 041249 complicated time consuming a lot of calculations you know but the calculator side and constantly going one by one by every item not anymore 58 -- online banking and budgeting apps have made this old- school . and checks, too. in fact, financial planners with nerdwallet suggest writing fewer checks this little piece paper contains a lot of information ... while you don't need to balance
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monitor your bank account online. -- 040902 oh for sure i do it online all the time or on my phone i have an app that i use 0907 040435 everything is instant on our apps so we just check that way 40 sergio re 041230 i constantly check online for every expense that comes and 35 -- in a recent poll 69 percent said they don't use this... but on facebook a lot of you swear by it. jennifer wrote "to the penny. every month. being old-school is okay!" terry says "i always check my statements and balance the checkbook. do not trust technology at all" patricia posted "i can flip a check register open to see my balance quicker soccer--- thinking it's the safest sport, you're gonna want to listen to this. new research shows-- heading a ball creates "significant" changes in brain function. the "university of stirling" study-- is the first to find direct changes-- after players "head" a ball-- as compared to injuries like a concussion. you can read the complete report at wtsp-dot-com. parents are always trying to teach their children about honesty and integrity. well now, as 10 news polk county newsroom reporter grady trimble shows you-- a haines city police officer-- is a shining example of that.
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glover, haines city police department in a small city, it's not always fun being the guy who writes the tickets for running a red light. but somebody has to do it. it's officer tim glover's job to review red light camera footage. it happened on his way to lunch that thursday. he was making a left turn when the light changed to red--and the car he usually drives to enforce the law became the one he s when he reviewed the video... glover could've covered it up--but he took the high road--and turned himself in to his boss, who wrote him a ticket. glover wants people to know most cops are honest and do the right thing--and they're willing to pay the price if they make a mistake on a lunch break. after getting
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sure it doesn't happen again. in haines city, grady trimble, 10news wtsp. officer glover has worked in law enforcement for more than 30 years. even though he did get that letter of reprimand, the chief praised him for his honesty and intey. we have a lot to get to coming up at 5 on 10 news this morning.. ian is in the newsroom with what we are working on this morning. all she wanted was a toy, but she ended up with something that could have been harmful. right now an investigation is underway to find out how pills got inside a toy machine at a pizza place. showing the love to fellow athletes in cleveland. the big gift n-b-a superstar lebron james gave to each cleveland indians player. we are working on all those stories, plus kate has your
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is checking on your roads. that's all coming up in 20 minutes. coming up... no more lost luggage. now one airline's letting you track your bags - every step of the way! but first... a family loses their home and everything in it -- all because of defective construction. hear their struggle -- and how to keep it from happening to your
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toss to 10 weather xxx weather imagine being
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imagine being forced from your home and told you have to leave everything behind. the problem? mold. 10 news reporter phil buck shows you how it happened to a ruskin family and
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you! natalia castillo thought she had the perfect home for her family but there was always something that didn't seem right. castillo says after years of the builder patching up small fixes she finally decided there had to be more to the problem -- so she brought in an en that mold expert told her "you need to get your family out of this home"- so that's when they were forced to move in with her mother. abandoning the home they invested for more than a decade! we took the inspection report to our own expert to see if castillo's story added up. insurance won't
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a contractor defect. and as it turns out -- castillo isn't alone -- demartino says many of the homes built around the same time as the castillo's have similar issues. afraid -- like castillo's five- year-old son -- who spends every day thinking about the house his family doesn't have. castillo says now -- she's taken on extra work hoping she'll have enough money for a down payment on another home by march. when i asked her --
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birthday -- and the only present he wants this year -- is a home -- so his family won't have to live in this one. in ruskin -- phil buck -- 10news wtsp. castillo says she can't go after the builder because of the 10-year statute of limitations.. ho discount price by the u-s government. the castillo's qualified for a program where the u-s-d-a takes over your home. the family doesn't have to continue paying the mortgage- but they don't get back any of the money they invested. the world's first "driverless" beer run - was a success! anheuser-busch sent this tractor- trailer full of 45- thousand cans on a journey through colorado. it traveled 120 miles with a professional truck driver on board just in case. the company
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future. combating lost luggage - one scan at a time! delta now lets you "track" your bags. the latest update to the "fly delta" app - lets customers to see a map of their bag's last scanned location. it's available in all u-s airports. a familiar face played wonder woman at a local hospital. coming up, this magical visit with these super heroes! coming up tonight on 10 news and c-b-s. starting at 8:00, survivor, followed by criminal minds at 9:00. at 10:00, code black. then tune in to 10 news at 11. don't forget to stay up for the late show with stephen colbert and his guests joel mchale and abbi jacobson. don't forget, you can always take 10 news with you just download the 10 news app. it's a fast look at breaking news, weather and traffic - and get alerts so you won't miss a thing. search wtsp 10 news in the app store now.
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but you don't love that you can't get all your favorites. but now you can get more of what you love. so you can find something else to not love. like hearing the sound of your own voice.e. hey girlfriend, how's your cafe au lait? oh, it's actually... sfx: (short balloon squeal) it's ver... sfx: (balloon squeals) ok can we... sfx: (balloon squeals) i'm being so serious right now... i really want to know how your coffee is. it's... sfx: (balloon squeals) hahahaha, i had a 2nd balloon goodbye! oof, that milk in your coffee was messing with you, wasn't it? yeah. happens to more people than you think. try lactaid, it's real milk, without that annoying lactose. mmm. good right? yeah.
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looking "wonder woman"... joined a special group of super heroes from the non-profit "much foundation"-- for a visit to "johns hopkins all children's hospital last night! 10 news anchor dion lim was joined by green lantern, superman and batman to bring some joy to sick kids teens. tony colton says-- for a moment-- it helps take his mind off battling cancer. lots of smiles and loving families. a big thanks to the much foundation, tervis and emerald city comics for donating gifts for all the little super heroes. coming up on 10 news this morning, hillary clinton will be campaigning in town today. she will be at the curtis hixon park in downtown tampa. if you have kids that will be trick- or-treating this halloween we'll tell you some ways to make sure they do it safely.
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loose. we'll be back with another look at your weather and traffic, in three minutes. kids don't know how to act fake.
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removing artificial flavors and colors from general mills cereal. i like his face. you said you wanted to feel better about your cereal. general mills big g cereals hear you. that's why we say "yes" to whole grain as our first ingredient. and "no way" to high fructose corn syrup. so no matter what your favorite is, you can feel good
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amendment 1 protects consumers from scams, promotes safe solar, and is endorsed by florida's firefighters. so, why are out-of-state billionaires attacking it? because amendment 1 stops their subsidies. amendment 1 ensures that if you don't choose solar, you don't have to pay for those who do. amendment 1 blocks special subsidies
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good morning and welcome to 10 news this morning. i'm allison kropff. and i'm ian reitz. less than two weeks until we choose our next commander in chief... and hillary clinton will be in town today to try and make sure she gets your vote. let's get right out to 10news reporter emerald morrow. she's live in curtis hixon park where clinton will be holding a rally today.


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