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"10news at 5:30" starts right now. >> good evening. i am reginald roundtree. >> i am jenny dean in for courtney robinson. for some beer drinkers this could leave a bad taste if your mouth. that depends on who you are voting for this election season. the owner of yuengling beer is backing donald trump for president. >> but endorsing a candidate or a cause, that could be a risky move and comes with just check out these comments from our facebook page. fern says, stop shopping at walmart, chick-fil-a, hobby lobby, papa john's, jimmy john's to name a few. it does matter to me behind what kind of ideology my money importance. john writes, i left the geico insurance company since warren buffett wants to stand on stage and support hillary clinton. eric glasser looks at both size
taking a little stand. >> reporter: within hours of yuengling brewery throwing support behind donald trump hundreds of loyal beer drinkers were taking to social media. many like heather cling vowing to find a new favorite. >> i was really disappointed. i drink yuengling. hearing that maybe i won't order it. >> reporter: the brewery brouhaha hits close to home since yuengling has a big presence in ta the risk businesses take by taking a political stand. >> i tend to not support businesses that don't align with my beliefs. >> reporter: white and healthy dental doesn't have a problem with it. that's his trump flag there. office workers say some patients have threatened to take their business elsewhere. other customers have actually come in because of the flag. >> it's two separate things. i either like a product or a
>> i don't think they are putting politics into the beer, are they? >> reporter: hobby lobby, target, chick-fil-a recent targets for taking a stand on political issues. >> there are few of us that have certain beliefs. >> reporter: businesses weighing the risk. consumers weighing product against principle. >> that was disappointing and i hope they change their minds. >> reporter: a booster. >> i am going to eat it. i >> reporter: a world of opinions even in the world of beer. in tampa, eric glasser, 10news wtsp. >> experts say boycotts can be effective if there is a real grassroots effort behind it. it doesn't always hurt a business' bottom line but might get them to consider or even change their position on certain issues. more than 140 protesters arrested.
three gunshots. activists in north dakota are vowing to build another camp in the path of that controversial oil pipeline after bitter protests. the roughly 1,200 mile pipeline will carry crude oil from the oil field to illinois. native americans are angry about plans to tunnel under the missouri river. a leak would damage what they consider a tribal lifeline and pollute water for millions of folks downstream. >> bulldoze the they bulldozed teepees. >> they tased them in the face. president obama needs to stop the pipeline from happening. >> we cannot allow our state highways and county highways to be taken over by agitators from other areas of the country. >> the native americans and environmentalists seem determined to stop that pipeline. north dakota's government seems just as determined to build it.
dead. it was christmas day 1996. you might think you have heard it all, but what we are about to show you tonight you haven't seen in any of the recent specials or books that line the true crime section of your bookstore. investigator kevin vaughn from our denver station shows you the dna investigators have been relying on may not be the killer's >> reporter: it's a murder with two competing theories. jonbenet ramsey was either killed on christmas night 1996 by someone in her family, or she was killed by an intruder. for more than a decade those theories played out in the tabloids, on talk-radio, even inside the investigation. then on july 9, 2008. >> an attorney says new dna
jonbenet ramsey. >> reporter: boulder district attorney mary lacy fully embraced the intruder family. >> clears her family of any involvement. >> that baffled my mind. >> reporter: shocking fellow prosecutors. >> i wouldn't have done it because i don't think that's the role of the district attorney. >> reporter: her successor. >> i was stunned. i was also appalled. >> reporter: and even the colorado governor who assembled a task force. >> i couldn't see any reason based on what she said for her to do so. had that from any other prosecutor and couldn't believe she chose do that. >> reporter: the decision was based on abandoned she said was conclusive. dna she said jonbenet's killer left behind on her panties and long johns. dna that would crack the case if it could just be identified or matched. but the actual dna test results mary lacy used to clear the ramseys obtained by 9news and
different story. >> i was surprised by what she did. now i am deeply concerned. >> reporter: it's the latest controversy. a bungled crime scene. in-fighting among prosecutors and investigators. a decision by former district attorney alex hunter to drop charges authorized by a grand jury against john and patsy 2001 with a reputation as a strong supporter of the intruder theory. she created the impression that if someone could just identify the person whose dna profile had been found, the case would be solved. >> we now have pretty irrefutable dna evidence according to the d.a.'s office, and that's the most significant thing to me, and certainly we are grateful that they acknowledged that, based on
been involved. >> d8, d21. >> reporter: 9 wants to know on the daily camera took the lab results to forensic experts. >> the first time that data had been independently evaluated, and those experts agreed. the dna results don't come close to proving that an intruder killed jonbenet. >> it's possible that an intruder was responsible for the murder, but i don't think that the dna evidence proves it. the only way i can describe this evidence is it really is. it's not dispositive of the presence of a perpetrator. there is foreign dna, but that foreign dna could easily be accounted for by a number of innocent mechanisms. >> reporter: male dna was originally identified in her underwear during testing in the late 1990s and early 2000s. lacy ordered new tests in 2011 and 2008 on jonbenet's long johns and nightgown.
to exonerate the ramseys. >> i can tell you -- >> a decision that confounded a former u.s. attorney on the ramsey task force appointed by the governor. >> there is a danger when you say, okay, we have looked at this and categorically determined something. >> reporter: the experts who reviewed the dna test data for 9news and the daily camera questioned lacy's exoneration on multiple fronts. first, the dna profile may not be the profile of a single person. >> there was a reasonable chance that what has been attributed to a single individual actually represents dna from multiple individuals that has been sort of put together into a profile. >> if you are looking for somebody who doesn't exist because it's several people, it's a problem. >> reporter: as for the dna on the long johns heralded by lacy as inconclusion i have, our
mixtures of genetic material from more than two people. >> it looks to be at least three individuals. so there is a mixture here that's not just a single profile. >> reporter: which is precisely what mary lacy knew before she exonerated the ramseys. this report went to lacy's office three months before she cleared the family. of the two spots on jonbenet's long johns the report says it's likely more than two people contributed to the mixtures. after eliminating jonbenet's contributions should not be considered a single-source profile. >> she knew based on your investigation that this dna wasn't necessarily from one person, and that it, in fact, was potentially a accumulated dna. she knew it at the time. why she used this evidence to clear the ramsey family then, a clearance that has continued
something i can't explain, and she should explain. >> it gets more confusing every time you hear so much stuff. now, mary lacy has never talked about her decision to exonerate the ramseys. she hasn't responded to k usa's request for an drivers in some cities are no longer getting the boot. how technology is helping you settle up faster and get back on the road. unreal. she wasn't alone. why a popular online photo site is canceling orders, maybe even yours. 10news and the tampa bay lightning want to put you in
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signed in cvs's website and bought 11 canvas photos of her newborn. what would have been a $320 purchase totaled 40 bucks. four days later they stated the codes were posted in error. she then says her entire order was canceled. now she and others are demanding for the original orders to be honored. >> you made a lot of new customers. all these new moms opening accounts and we have albums that we created. don't you think our next order would be filled through cvs as well? >> even though the orders were canceled, she did get a 60% off offer in return. >> 60% off is pretty good. >> not bad. protecting your family. it's time for 10 weather.
since 1945, as we know, the cubs are taking the field to play in the world series. >> and it's the windy city. look at the time lapse video of wrigley field in chicago today. yeah, they got the jackets on the upper 50s to lower 60s, but it's chicago and the weather up there changes so quickly. i mean, more than it changes here. the temperatures will fall to the low 60s, about 62 degrees or so, before the game. by the end of tonight's game they will warm to 64 degrees. and the good news is it's not going to rain for the game. here's what it looks like on the model. 62 degrees. let's stop it around 8:00. we will zoom into chicago. 8:30 about 62 degrees. notice the wind. it's a southerly wind about 14 miles per hour. that's a little breeze, and it is out of the south and southwest. that will help try to blow some of the home runs further out into the lake, if you will. but 65 degrees by 11, 11:30.
big difference from cleveland where it was in the 40s out there. yeah, traffic coming home, oh, friday afternoon, that makes it at least a little bit easier if you are heading out. 84 degrees right now. dew point is 58. that hasn't changed much and it will not change through the weekend. so that means what you felt the last couple of days, what you are seeing now, basically just like that for saturday and for sunday as well. it's a beautiful afternoon out there at the beach. all right. frostproof. same thing in st. pete. 82 brooksville. 81 for land o'lakes and carrollwood. same thing in bradenton. we have got 81 right now in sebring. zoom in a little bit closer. new tampa we have dropped into the upper 70s for lutz and zephyrhills, 80, 82 degrees. we have some high clouds. that camera shot from the beach showed you that those aren't that thick. we will go partly sunny for the next hour or two and then we go partly cloudy overnight.
there through the weekend. a lot less rain today in south florida and the keys than what they saw yesterday, but still some showers there. and our wind has been up again today. we had a high wind advisory for the skyway bridge. did not close the bridge. will not close the bridge over the weekend, but we will keep a breeze in there for tomorrow, a little less. teens for sustained winds. there is that fabulous friday night forecast. all the football games out there, man, just perfect weather for football. in the and the forecast for tomorrow, what we're gonna do is look at both days. this is saturday, and you can see a lot of sunshine the first half, clouds the second half. a little bit thicker south of i- 4. manatee county, sarasota, yes. over to hardee and desoto, highlands county, a few high clouds in the afternoon and that is it. you don't see any rain on the forecast map. beautiful weather. the weekend and what you just saw and these numbers right
there are no big changes. and this is not a big change from what we have seen the last several days either. east and northeast winds around 15 knots. the small craft advisories are coming down, but each morning, saturday morning and sunday morning will be to a little bit breezy. the weekend forecast about 85 to 86 degrees. dry all the way through. football, as we talk football for sunday, i think we're fine, but we are going to be on the warm side. now, the it will not be as hot and it will not be as humid if you went to the last game. 85. yeah, sitting the sunshine. there is your seven-day forecast, including halloween, and it looks fantastic as well. again, no big changes. not only through the weekend or halloween, but through tuesday, wednesday, even thursday into friday. now, friday we may be watching a system coming down in from the north. that would be our next best chance for rain. right now it looks kind of slim. >> thank you. something so simple that
amount of joy to kids. officers are working to ensure that no child is left without a halloween costume, but only if they take the oath with a junior badge. >> i will watch carefully for cars and especially when i cross any street. >> each child that stops by the police department outside san antonio is becoming a halloween junior safety officer. officeay to put a smile on these kids' faces. >> you watch them, watch the kids having just an awesome moment of look what i got. i got a costume. i get a chance to wear a costume. that's priceless. as long as we have costumes, we will be more than happy to give tem to a child -- them to a child in need. officers have handed out dozens of donated costumes.
tonight all new at 6:00. >> i don't think that, you know, keeping the parents uninformed about such a serious, you know, disease or infection is probably why. >> yeah, we are going straight to the school district to find out what it takes for
parents to get notified about kids diagnosed with a disease. her reaction, like i went. i told you before, i was in tears. >> we are there and you know it's a
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>> yeah, but now some cities are trying something new. drivers in allentown, pennsylvania, will get the barnacle instead. you see that? it's much lighter than the boot and it blocks the windshield so the driver can't see. a few pumps lock in the huge suction cups. instead of having to wait for someone to take it off, you can just pay your ticket and skip the wait. >> they receive the code, put it in, release the suction, fold it back up, put it they have 24 hours to return it. >> not bad. you can't get to off, by the way, with a crowbar, so don't even try. if you do not return it, police will use the gps that's on it to track it down. now, the barnacle costs about $600 each. >> now, they are testing it in ft. lauderdale. they expect to roll it out in
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deployment. "10news at 6" starts right now. >> first it's something going around your child's school, would you expect to know about it? maybe lies or the flu, even the common cold. but what about hand, foot, and mouth disease? some parents say they had no clue that this highly contagious disease already infected two kids at their child's schools. >> what is hand, foot, and mouth disease? it's a highly contagious disease, and it's more likely in it can cause mouth sores, rash spots on hands and feet, but again it's easy to spread even from children who might not have any symptoms. 10news reporter jennifer titus is getting answers tonight about what policies are in place to inform parents about illnesses in the classroom. >> this started after a facebook post from a concerned parent who wanted know when school should inform them after
we got to the bottom of it. >> i would say most definitely, yes. >> reporter: many parents said they want to know. after two children at lake view elementary school in sarasota had confirmed cases of hand, foot, and mouth disease, a viral illness that spreads easily through coughing and sneezing. >> i could have kept my kids home from school or at least been a little bit better informed. >> reporter: the that's not the policy. they were notified by the children's parents and then the school alerted teachers, but not other parents. the reason? says hand, foot, and mouth disease is not a virus that needs to be reported to parents according to the florida department of health. >> i think that that's probably something that needs to be looked into. >> reporter: we checked and the health department has this list of diseases to be reported. the mumps and chicken pox. in those cases they would consider sending out a letter.