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incredible images of the earthquake aftermath in italy. election overload, but tonight keeping it simple. after news of a six-year- old attacked tonight six kids have come forward saying they were vicze good evening. it is a story that makes your stomach turn. a 16-year-old accused of molesting a six-year-old boy in a department store bathroom. as if that is not bad enough. tonight, it gets worse. the most recent victims of the teenager touched him in a bathroom.
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kids in hillsborough and four in pasco county claim they are victims of the same accused attacker. tonight, one victim's mother tells us she is outraged the potential predator was not stopped sooner. it is a story a story you will see only on 10news. >> are you kidding me? i can't believe he attempted six times before my child. >> reporter: the mother of a boy police say was fondled in the bathroom is in her sons accused attacker is 16 years old and charged as in adults. he may have done something similar to six of their kids. >> had they came forward this would have been avoided. >> reporter: prosecutors have decided the 16-year old will face the felony molestation charges in adult court. his aunt and guardian says --
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>> reporter: did you think he did not know what he was doing? >> of course he didn't. >> he was more of aware of his wrongdoing. >> reporter: but did evidence of potential crimes disappear? the six-year-old said he tried to take a picture of his private parts with an ipad. because investigators could not prove the damaged tablet was on the property are in the home they could not get a search warrant to try to recover pictures of any possible victims. >> she is trying to protect him. >> reporter: the teenager is now facing adult consequences, possibly prison time. >> tonight the 16-year old remains in juvenile jail until he faces a judge. police are
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with investigators and ask any other victims to come forward. two strong earthquakes have rocked parts of italy. take a a look at these old churches as they crumble. the second earthquake was a magnitude six my .1 and was stronger than the first one. there are early reports of injuries but it is tell. both of those earthquakes stock near a town called visso, it is 50 miles north where a deadly earthquake hit in august. the earthquake could be felt as far away as rome. it is not confirmed if these are new earthquakes were just aftershocks from a devastating earthquake in august. nearly 300 people were killed and a village destroyed. hillary clinton does
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big promise that could have a lasting impact for not only our area but the entire state. >> we are going to get the economy working for everyone. not just people at the top. that system that you want we are going to get it because it would help you so much. >> that promise a a short to get a lot of people fired up. donald trump started the day celein washington. after that he made campaign stops in north carolina. this time he focused on what he called a new deal for black america. >> that deal is grounded in three promises. safe communities, great education, and high paying jobs. >> reporter: crews spent the day fixing donald trump y'all
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you may have seen some comments people are posted on social media about the election. but are clinton and trump supporters more polite when discussing politics in person? we went to a local barbershop to find out. >> reporter: there is plenty of conversation inside the barbershop. with less than a week until election day the topic next president is bound to come up. >> i have two options. i can vote for clinton or i can vote not clinton. >> if you neighbor knows you are a a trump in they think you're crazy. >> reporter: that talk a slightly more civil than what you find online but not always. >> we tried to change the
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going off with their worst opinions. >> reporter: he was scanning through facebook comments hoping maybe "she will eat a poison cake." i thought read tide was bad, the smell will only get worse." >> online you can hide behind the keyboard. you aren't standing in a willful of people for holding you accountable. >> reporter: there is plenty of trump bashing too. >> most people are voting for the other guy to lose. >> reporter: what ever your side 2016 will be rendered for anger and polarization. the question now, what will people talk about after the election.
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faced off tonight for the final time. it got ugly. >> we know that you think being a sen. is a waste of time which is why you missed 41% of your votes. more than anyone else while running for pres. the difference is you got paid 100% of your salary. >> i find it funny that i am being lectured by a millionaire who inherited his money. >> patrick murphy took every opportunity to link marco rubio to donald trump. the verdict is again, the jury finds rapper kevin gates guilty of battery and he will
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kevin gates kicked a fan during a concert last year. the girl admitted to grabbing his shorts twice. kevin gates's attorney argued he was just defending himself. now to a new survey. interstate 4 is ranked as the most dangerous interstate in the country. the interstate is 130 miles 130 miles along and runs between tampa and daytona beach. according to data interstate 4 had the most deadly crashes per mile between 2010-2015. researchers say the problem is too many drivers are distracted. fast food used to not anymore. arby's is now testing venison sandwiches. they are not alone, other chains are coming up with crazy culinary creations. jonathan gives you a taste of the wild craze. >> reporter: arby's just announced they will be offering venison sandwiches in six states but not for that. although, here testing peoples
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what is new and unusual on the menu now? it is known as fast food fusion. no one is known for it more than burger king. how are the cheetos chicken fries? they have had some whoppers, like the cheetos macaroni and cheese. >> i personally would not ever buy it. >> reporter: but ruffling feathers can get attention. >> it was on facebook i had a >> reporter: when someone else is buying it is easy to try. >> i will try a chicken french fry. not much flavor. >> do you like it? >> i don't like it. >> reporter: change can be tough to swallow. that is why it is usually just for a
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>> the new venison sandwich will be offered for a limited time at just 17 arby's restaurants across the country. what if good people are getting caught up because of a legal loophole. 10news investigates another case that deserves another look. >> how this man defused a dangerous situation on a train 500 carats of glitz and lamb. a sneek a sneek peek at the multimillion dollar brown featured in this years
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as a federal prosecutor, i've spent my career prosecuting criminals and fighting for the rights of victims. i want to make the state attorney's office a model for criminal justice. i'll prioritize violent crime and be tough on murderers, gangs, and anyone who commits domestic abuse or sexual assault. by working with police to wear body cameras and using dna to put criminals behind bars, not innocent people. i'm andrew warren.
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we are on top of breaking news coming out of hillsborough county. take a look at your screen. there has been a three car accident and a fire that has killed four people. the scene here west of interstate 75 near the bypass canal. all of this happened at 94:05. keep in mind the road will be closed for at least several
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information about the morning drive tomorrow morning. you expect convicted criminals to stay behind bars but sometimes the punishment does not fit the crime. we expose one such case back in march and soon there after the state changed the law to ensure it would not happen again. the man we have profiled the still sits in jail. we spoke with his family and they are wondering ever be able to come home. >> reporter: for every criminal who sentence may not be harsh enough there is someone like eric, a felon serving a sentence so severe it makes you wonder who writes the law. >> 2 seconds of his life took 20 years away from him. >> reporter: his mother wonders how a short dispute outside of a bar translated
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sentence without parole. >> he hurt no one. >> reporter: when a jury found him guilty in 2007 of firing is gone even though there was no intent to kill anyone a judge had no choice but to sentence the small business owner to two decades behind bars. even though the legislature has removed aggravated assault from the law the change was not retroactive so eric will sit in jail for 11 more years until he is 43 43 unless decides to commit his sentence. >> it is the kind of case that we would review. we need to get a more full picture of it. if it merited we will move it to the top of the list. >> reporter: the agricultural commissioner was among the members brought up to speed on a nine year sentence. because a lot in 2007 did not give judges discretion to issue
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>> i think he has paid more than enough. nine years in prison for a crime where no one was injured i think he has paid his debt. >> reporter: first the governor would have to nominate his case for review. working in fa previous criminal record, he has been a model citizen in jail, no one was hurt and the legislature, governor and sheriff's association agreed last year that the mandatory minimum law was not intended to include cases like his. meanwhile, back at home. >> this is an inmate who does not belong here. >> reporter: he is now a certified law clerk. his mother is anxious to go back to celebrating traditional holidays with him. >> if he can find someone that
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i am already there. >> reporter: eric did not kill, did not rape and he did not rob. if he had he may have been out of prison by now. if you believe he deserves a second chance you can share this story from our facebook page and know your -- and lecture elected leaders know it is ape case worth reviewing. a wild story in oregon. an unlikely hero emerges after tackling a gunman inside of a train. >> i did what people are supposed to do. i just tried to be an example. helping the community, not just standing by.
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he says he overpowered a teenager with a gun. the teenager had to shot at someone he was mad at. he took the gun away and held him down until police arrived. thankfully no one was hurt. nice and dry out there. mild temperatures this evening. right now it is 75 and partly cloudy. the wind is out of the we start 4 miles per hour. it will stay that way there is a look at the clouds. you can see them streaming in from the south. that rain down south should stay to our south. we should stay dry. only about a 5% chance of a shower tomorrow. temperatures right now 75 for
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we have 68 in land o lakes. 69 in crystal river. wind has come down. you will see new blue numbers next to it, that are the wind gusts. it is beautiful outside. it will stay that way overnight. looking pretty good out there this evening. tomorrow morning we will wake up and we will be in 60s so kids at the bus stop should not have an issue tomorrow morning. sunrises at 7:38. we have a very a very similar set up to today. which means a warm, mid-80s, i do think we will see some filtered sunshine in the morning. temperatures still should make it to about 85 and those clouds are only high clouds for the
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wind tomorrow will start to pick back up again in the afternoon. they will be gusting to 25 miles per hour. the small craft advisory will continue. northeast wind at 15-20 knots. just finished up the game and they did it just in time. there is cleveland and here comes the rain. here is the snow i was telling you about. parts of vermont are going to get some snow tonight but not the higher elevations could get up to 7 inches on top of all those beautiful leaves. our weekend looks fantastic. mid-80s and rain free. there are certain stories that i enjoy doing. that i look forward to doing. here is my favorite story tonight. why are you laughing? victoria pack for secrets just
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>> i will take it from here so you can watch. the price tag is $3 million. it is a diamond encrusted bra with 9000 precious gems. it totals more than 450 carats and took more than 700 hours to make. getting honored to wear it is this 25-year old. >> why do they call it victoria pack for secrets? >> basically you can see the fantasy bra at the fashion show. >> i will be watching. >> i love you reggie.
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do you remember ben zobrist? he did something that has not happened in 88 years. stick around and i will tell you what it is. all this week the tampa bay lightning want to put you in the stands. text this number for your chance to win two lower-level tickets to the game. families today don't earn what they need and don't have the opportunities they deserve. ds, childcare they can trust and afford, equal pay for women, and jobs they can really live on. people ask me what will be different if i'm president? well kids and families have been the passion of my life and they will be the
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port tampa bay has now become florida's largest and most diversified. which helps explain why it is one of dana young's 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. dana young for the florida senate.
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unlikely heroes, the world series has certainly lived up to the hype just two games in all while ben zobrist is living up to his reputation. last night he had a three-hit games for chicago. the only other player to do that in baseball history was baby ruth in 1927. what does he do for an encore? game two of the world series. second at-bat of the game. this was a beauty. it is a single in the 3rd inning. 1-0 chicago. top of the 5th inning 2-0 and there is ben zobrist putting it down the line. he gets the triple. five hits so far in the world series. chicago gets the win tonight. ben zobrist is definitely loving the big stage. last year he was in on base
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this year for chicago he has five hits, a triple to help the chicago cubs even up the series. >> take a look at the nfl touchdown receivers. mike evans is tied for the lead with six scores. he is on an island by himself when it comes to his own roster but help may be on the way. with jackson done for the year tampa bay needs help on the outside. tampa bay is looking to acquire a veteran receiver to play with evidence. >> i guess you have to bring your own music. this is a serious location. my son told me he wanted me to wear something. >> you are never too old to dress up.
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he had to fulfill a promise to his young son. we will be right back on 10news. z256iz zy6z
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in my job, i see a lot of fires that could've been stopped before they started. that's why florida's firefighters support amendment 1. amendment 1 does solar the right way, commonsense safeguards for the health, safety and welfare of florida's consumers and it's first responders. amendment 1 means more solar, safe solar,
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when powerful 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.
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we are staying on top of breaking news coming out of hillsborough county tonight. this is a live look west of interstate 75. we know four people in an accident for killed after a crash and a big fire. keep in mind the road is closed as of right now. we will stay on top of this. thank you for joining us.
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i moved on her like a [bleep]. you can do anything. grab them by the [bleep] we have to make sure that donald wins this election. no we don't. marco rubio stands by trump and failed to show up for florida. here's what i believe in. bringing people together and reaching across the aisle to get things done. protecting social security.
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because i'll be a senator who always works for you.
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