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treating, the cops were keeping them safe from predators. chicago's most violent weekend has left many people injured and dead. having a hard time getting around? st pete is adding a new feature to m good morning and welcome to "10 news early morning." i'm ian reitz.. lets get a look at #10weather with meteorologist ashley batey.
"rde of voters at a time. but we've learned of a mistake by one group that has people seeing red. ## it was an uninvited wake up call early sunday morning... for many people across the bay area. hundreds took to social media to complain. 10 news reporter jenny dean shows you why the call was so upsetting and what the campaign has to say
faith are counting down to election day. and they are ready for the phone to stop ringing with robocalls.. but one of those calls in particular jolted them from bed around 3:20 sunday morning... and like most parents with kids far away at college... they feared the worst. when i contacted the people behind no on 2, they sent me an official statement similar to the recording. saying in part: "it was not our intention to have those calls made at that hour." jennie
on 2 facebook page to complain, and they are still deciding whether to file a formal complaint... but we wanted to know... would a mistake like this change her vote? meantime.. with their daughters safe and sound... john and jennie hope to rest easy now without unwanted phone calls. in land o lakes jenny dean, 10 news wtsp. by the way -- vote no on 2 says those calls should have started going out at 3pm on sunday.. not 3 am. we are now hearing from the man responsible for the worst mass shooting in u-s history. the gunman murdered 49 people inside of the pulse nightclub. a judge ordered the city of orlando to release the 9-1-1 calls. the first one came in at 2-35 a-m
throughout the 3-hour-long standoff-- a police negotiator repeatedly tries to get him to share information on what's going on inside the club and to come out peacefully. he said his attack was "revenge for a u-s air strike"-- that killed an isis leader. eventually-- police broke through a wall in the club... and killed him in a shootout. there are 232 other 9-1-1 calls -- made by victims of the massacre. the city of orlando doesn't want them released -- saying you can hear people suffering and dying. the judge will listen to each call-- and will then decided wether they should be released.
everything on the line this week. last night, 10news political reporter mark rivera spoke with trump's running mate, mike pence at his stop in pinellas county...about the newest twist in the race for the white house. republicans ranging from the tea party to former bush administration attorneys general have come out against director comey's actions. so i asked about another fbi investigation ongoing right now...into former trump ai manafort. and a spooky twist to this halloween campaign rally... the lights cut out for about 15 minutes...all power gone, pence's mike was cut. what did he do? he got right back up with a megaphone... hard to hear in the back...but plodded on through until the mic came back on. today, both
the bay area. mrs. clinton will be in dade city .. at pasco-hernando state college at 3. former president clinton will be in st. petersburg -- at the thomas "jet" jackson recreation center .. at 630. if you'd like to go to either, we put links to r-s-v-p in wtsp dot com. 7-days before the election...and the clinton campaign is reeling from the fbi's renewed investigation into her e-mails. agents are looking at emails found on former new york congressman anthony weiner's laptop. his estranged wife-- was a top clinton aid. the white house is neither defending nor condemning the fbi director's actions. a former fbi official says it's highly unlikely the investigation will be completed before election day. we put a question out there on social media. with all the scrutiny recently directed at reporters, how can
trust. overwhelmingly you said be honest. report both sides. stick to the facts. and here's 10 news reporter beau zimmer doing just that. donald trump. for months he's been critical of the media. 00:52 look at all that press. among the most dishonest people in the world. now news of a "contributor" for cnn passing along a question to the hillary clinton campaign is causing even more questions. about credibility. a black eye for journalists 8:47 its almost like giving her an advantage. 11:19 its wrong. because i feel they're trying to make her look better. to benefit them or to benefit the agenda they may have,,, 56:50 does that hurt the credibility of journalists? yes. there's no good news in this for journalists anywhere. nobody in journalism profits from someone like cnn being called to task for this. because it makes all the debates fall under the same shadow. oh. i bet they were just slipping answers. al tompkins from the poynter institute for media studies says news
with close political ties. 47:39 no wonder the viewers are confused. as to what we are and who we are. are you in the role of the non partisan now? are you in the role of a the party spokesperson now? despite all the criticism. tompkins points out it was journalists who first called into question hillary clinton's e- mails... and have been digging for answers from both candidates. since the beginning. 54:37 its probably not our finest hour. in the ic and i get that. but i have to say i think there's been some pretty darn good reporting. in this election despite a lot of pressure. this past weekend was the deadliest chicago has seen in years. at least 17 people were killed and more than 40 others injured in shootings since friday. 2016 has proved to be one of the city's most violent years...with murders happening at a rate not seen since the late 1990s. police and
spike in street violence on gang activity...and weak gun laws. while you and your kids spent the evening trick or treating, police were working hard to keep everyone safe from sex offenders and predators. look at this map... that's 122 offenders just in a 5 mile radius of south tampa. we sent jonathan petramala out with officers as they went door to door. while costumed kids tramped through tampa looking for treats tpd officers were in something far scarier checking in on tampa's sexual predators and sexual offenders over two hundred and forty out of the 850 who live in the city were contacted detective john guzina says tonight is the most important day of the year for his unit for children's safety. these predators, and offenders officers were checking on all were either on probation or community control a police presence, parents say they noticed knock on wood. ..it helps. in tampa, jonathan petramala, 10 news
coming up at 5 on 10 news this morning.. allison is in the newsroom with what we are working on this morning. as you check your facebook feed this morning, you may get a little confused. why a number of your friends are checking into standing rock in north dakota when you know they aren't really there. plus, one celebrity transforms into his
smile on her face for halloween. we are working on all those stories, plus ashley has your tuesday forecast and hilary is checking on your roads. that's all coming up in 20 minutes. coming up next on 10 news early morning.... st pete is adding a new feature that will make your travels more enjoyable ever thought about the outcome of poking a sleeping panda? well show
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the tampa bay area continues to grow by leaps and bounds.. sometimes making it harder to get around. but st. pete is now following tampa's lead-- and changing the face of hilary zalla shows you how starting this week-- you'll have a number of new options to travel. the streets of st. petersburg are changing! starting tuesday there will be 100 shiny green bikes at 10 hubs around the city. so what does this mean for you?!! eric trull: "there's a culture that's really booming trull: "there's a culture that's really booming
everything screams bikes right now" eric trull is the director for coast bike share, the program in charge of the city bikes in tampa and now st. pete. tampa's program has 25,000 members after almost two years and st. pete's is expected to be bigger. eric trull "we really expect that to be larger here, really because of the connectivity and grid system and trails" "nats of coffee shop" sarah weaver: "how can i help you?" sarah weaver owns bandit coffee on central avenue in the kendood neighborhood, north of downtown. she thinks having a hub across from her business with help bring different parts of this community together.. sarah: "as a business owner since we're right outisde downtown, it really creates a great sense of connection because there is more to our city that just downtown" here's a map of the first 10 hubs. you can see they're along the waterfront and central avenue corridor. notice the hub off 2nd avenue near the st. pete museum. this is where the cross bay ferry terminal will be. hilary "ride with me for a second and imagine this. there's a crash on the howard frankland bridge.
over an hour to get into tampa. so, i park my coast bike here and get on the cross bay ferry. 50 minutes later, i'm in tampa, and can grab another bike on this side. this sounds great, but keep in mind a couple of things." the average bike share ride is 15 minutes. so, with a bike ride on each end and a 50 minute ferry ride in the middle, my scenario would take about an hour and 15 minutes and don't forget the cost-- one ferry ride is $10.00 and to pay by hour for the bike is 8 dollars prorated or you can pay monthly. t, also include tampa's program. evan mory: "we're trying to get people more options to get around town besides in the car" evan mory is st. petersburg's director of transportation. unlike tampa, the city of st. pete bought the bikes and infrastructue and will share half of the profit with the operator. but this program doesn't come without opposition. some city council members say the 1.5 million dollar cost could go to other issues like the sewage system or
go over very well. we have no reason to believe that we should have concerns about the success in st petersburg. you may be wondering about safety on these bikes- that is in the works too.. mory's team has plans for a complete street project- meaning.. separate vehicle and bike lanes for downtown. hilary: "tuesday is just the soft launch. here's a map of all the bike hubs...in the coming months, there will be 300 bikes and 30 stations around the city. for more on pricing, locations, safety, and how local bike shop owners feel about the program-- go to our website wtsp.com. im road warrior hilary zalla for 10 news wtsp. it's fun trying to impress the ladies...but one guy in china took it a little too far. he snuck into an enclosure..and woke up a sleeping panda. take a look! the guy pokes the panda...trying to tease it. but when the bear wakes up, it lunges for his leg! he falls to the ground...and the two wrestle for about five minutes before he escapes. officials believe the panda was playing - that's how they interact with their breeders. neither of them were hurt. but i bet that guy won't try that again. coming up
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while traveling across the bay? well there is now a new ferry that will give you a ride. it's the final full week of campaign time for hillary clinton and donald trump as the election is a week from today. hillary and bill clinton are in the bay area today. a man is missing after he and his 3- year old son went jet skiing. the latest on the search -- coming up. we'll be back with another look