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reporter he isabel mascarenas shows you how it went down. >> reporter: she takes voting seriously. >> i got my sample ballot through the mail and reer is heched the judges. >> reporter: on friday karen was ready to vote. she went to the early voting location in lakewood ranch and hand her driver's license to a poll worker. >> she said you voted i said no i haven't. >> reporter: and the clerk told her the same thing. >> you voted at another poll. and i said no i did not. >> choice but to fill out a provisional ballot but the idea her vote wouldn't be counted until after november 8th didn't sit well. karen then he took her provisional ballot pink slip with track number 6062 and called the media. >> had i not contacted the news media, i would have been in that piffle pink envelopes that -- pile of pink envelopes that was looked at on the 10th or never. >> reporter: supervisor of election mike bennett says
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>> machine jammed. the paper jammed. >> reporter: and this happen often? >> no that paper jam prevented it from issuing a ballot. but, she had checked in according to that machine. >> reporter: bennett says the machine statewide are set up to issue one ballot per person per election. the provisional ballot was karen's only option. >> really they get the opportunity to vote. >> reporter: canvassing board reviews and with inconsistenceies. karen's ballot passed and her votes were scanned. they counted. >> the system is not going to work if we don't challenge the system. >> reporter: in manatee county ies beal bell mascarenas 10 news wtsp. >> the manatee supervisor of election says provisional ballots are counted after winners are announce and so are military votes that can arrive up to 10 days after election. data shows there's not
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official take this very seriously. 10 news bill buck shows you took your questions to pinallas county supervisor of elections. >> we have seen a hand full of cases of voter fraught around the state and we know how critical florida will be what can you say to concerned voters. >> it's unfortunate when you get the isolated incidents that cause vote heers to give pause and concern to the election process. there's lot of checks and balances in place and to prevent situations like this. and like i said it's unfortunate in situations like this when they happen you have so many voters in the state and around the country this one or two incidents have an effect on everybody rushes there have been two arrests already in my- -everybody. >> reporter: there have been two arrests all right. you mentioned the checks and balances what are they. >> one of keys for those voting by mail it's knowing we are checking every signature when it comes back into the office. you will sign the mail ballot
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verify each signature on the return envelope to see it matches again the signature that owes-your voter registration file. >> reporter: you mentioned voting by mail 5 absentee ballots were stolen and voters choose to vote by mail what can they do to track their ballot. >> i think that's a important thing for voters to know they can track the ballot. right on the website on vote check and see the house and again once they put that ballot back in the mail, they can see when it was received back by our office. >> reporter: thanks so much for your time. jason lat mer phil buck in pinallas county for 10 news wtsp. >> by law all voters should be able to track the mail-in ballots through the election website for which ever county you live in and there are 6 days until election day. don't forget you can vote early through the weekend, look for a breakdown of all of the
5:34 pm and we have those on the free 10 news app. an alabama pipeline fire is burning for a second day after a deadly explosion. workers hit a gas line with a piece of equipment killing one person there. now this is not far from where there was a leak back in september. the flames from the colonial pipeline sparked wild fires that burned more than 30 acres. the fires forced folks to evacuate nearby homes. >> a friend of mine called me and says he seen cloud now we are here i wanted to check on my property and make sure it was not on fire. >> colonial pipelines provide gas for more than 50 million drivers stretching from the gulf coast all the way up to new england. it supplies the east coast with 40% of the fuel. and if you are quareied about how the ex-- wore -- worried about how the explosion will impact what you pay the at pump look at the colonial pipeline. eye runs through the southeast -- it runs through the
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in fact, sour supply for gas -- our supply for gas stations in florida is shipped from refineries in the the gulf canada and europe. and prices here did not spike in the september leak and in fact aaa says they don't and tis piet fuel shortages this time around either but if there is extensive damage because of the explosion, it could affect the market and gas prices across the board could rise. it's too early to tell how long it will be shut down. a abuse takes effect today. under the ordinance anyone convicted of abuse has to sign up for hillsborough county animal abuse registry. there are also de-- they are also denied to fr future animal a-- from future animal acomingser. bill cosby is not expected to go to trial for sexual assault charges for another 8 months but lawyers are already fighting over evidence. a pennsylvania judge heard
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hearing today. cosby is trying to have the case dismissed. he is charged with three counts of aggravated sexual assault. that is in qeax 2004 -- in connection with a 2004 convenient. woman was burned during surgery. doctors think flash lens caused her to caught on fire a japanese up. >> reports she was passed gas and the laser ignite and burned her body a committee experts determined the surgical equipment was working properly. staying on top of your evening commute traffic starting to stack up on the tampa end of the howard frankland bridge and major days on i-75 southbound. this is just south of the fowler exit. there's a new way to explore the city and see the
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great place to live work and play. st. pete is starting today following tampa's lead there's 100 shiny bikes at 10 hubs located around the city. now downtown business owners are hoping this connects them with more in the community. here's a map of the first 10 hubs and you can see thr along the water front and central avenue corridor -- they are along the water front and central avenue corridor. notice the hub near st. pete's museum where the cross bay ferry terl nall will be and comes a congestion during the rush hour -- terminal will be and that could ease things when it comes to congestion during the rush hour. it's the alternative to lathering up but some say the convenience is making their hair fall out. what you need to know about dry shampoo. >> he served in the u states marine corps -- united states marine corps and seminole decided to honor him with 170
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district at the expense of our kids. trailing in the polls, buesing attacks dana young. for things she never did. so we ask... mr. buesing, will you do anything to win? anything? to beat this woman. i alone can fix it! bomb the [bleep] out of 'em. he face. i like people that weren't captured, okay? he's a mexican! she ate like a pig... i moved on her like a [bleep] i did not say that... i love war. yes, including with nukes. blood coming out of her... they're rapists... wrong. there has to be some form of punishment. such a nasty woman. i wanna be unpredictable. ...on 5th avenue and shoot somebody... she's a slob...
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taking a live look at the beautiful area of st. pete beach you may have noticed november is off to a warm start. so, you know, keep the waiting -- bathing suit out. >> when do you put it away? >> ask my neighbors n two minutes meteor just -- neighbors in two minutes
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will show you what it's like this time the year compared to what we are feeling. the american flag that flies above the building year- round getting company. 10 now is reporter bobby lewis is on the road in seminole wherea field of honor waves proudly. >> do we have a heaton. >> reporter: as the sun rose. >> heaton. >> reporter: over seminole city hall. >> jackson. homes up top. >> reporter: the names of soldiers. >> kaufman. >> reporter: echo across the way. >> we have four jones down there it gives you goosebumps and you see it's beautiful and sunshining and flags are blowing and rock. >> reporter: one by one. >> ready. >> reporter: they set up the tribute. >> we are petting up a field of honor for november to honor veterans. it's a fund-raiser for the club but it's also a good way to show our patriotism. >> this is the second year. first year was 25 flags tom. >> in the 20s. >> in the 20s. >> and everybody went ooh this
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we will have 171 flags put up. >> reporter: the group came with up idea he to displate flags one year ago-- display the flag as year ago. >> that is honor. >> reporter: adored with the names of past and present soldiers. >> my dad was in the navy from 1943 to 1945. >> honoring that person that you are holding and it's the way it should be. i am patriotic since i can remember. >> reporter: from 25 last year to 171 s >> there you go. >> reporter: the display has grown rapidly. >> good job. >> reporter: to match the pride the group has for the community. >> when i see flag anywhere especially when you see the hugeones it's like god bless america. >> it's something you are willing to die for. and it's something you are willing to die for. >> reporter: on the road in seminole. >> we want to know what we are voting for it's these flags. >> reporter: bobby lewis, 10 news wtsp. >> keep them waving. >> and you know if you haven't
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before if you haven't seen one across the country they have them in different areas. it's amazing to walk through the flags and, of course, to see the yellow name tags on the flags as well those were purchased in honor of our veterans our soldiers sailors airmen and marines if you want to honor a soldier. >> tha field of honor will be there through december 3rd and we have everything you need to know on website and if you have a story idea to on the road, tweet facebook e tracking storms, alerting you, protecting your family it's time for 10 weather. >> game 6 of the world series tonight in cleveland. what is the weather going to be like. >> beautiful. 60s into beautiful weather. >> there it is right there. >> what a historic beautiful view. what is it about the goat thing i never figured that out with
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>> got kicked out. >> got kicked out. >> and he said you never will win a game again because. >> the curse. >> the curse of the goat. >> the curse. >> that's in chicago tonight's game is in cleveland. >> see we don't have to worry about that. >> cleveland has their own issue. >> that's a long time to explain. >> man we won't do it right now. >> baa. >> let's go over to the forecast right now. let's go quickly to the model. i want to show you a big picture first because there's not much going on. clearly from buff pretty quiet and will stay that way. that means tonight it's all about temperatures. and it's in the 70s now and falling-- that's warm. november 1 in cleveland in the 70s is warm and then game tem will fall down to about -- temp will fall down to 70, 71 to the mid-60s and dry through. shouldn't be a issue. how about 80s out there. that's where we like it. i flue -- it's florida after all. this is downtown st. petersburg
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breezy out there. mid-80s now. 84 in tampa. 85 in bradenton and 84 in clearwater. we should be on average for a high temperature about 81 degrees. threes not the highs. these are the current numbers and they have come down a little bit. let's he talk requesting lay little bit -- let's talk quickly a little bit about the numbers. today's highs was 87. the record for today is 89 and the next couple days will be warm but records will stay generally in the area. 81 is where we should be. month of oct high starts at 87. and finishes up at 81. and we are about 2 degrees above average. that's relatively warm. we had a dry month and we saw an inch and a half of rainfall about 3/4 of an inch below average. look at november average rainfall for november is an inch and half what we just saw for october so it's going stay on the dry side and look at temps. by the end of the month thanksgiving, 76, 75 degrees an average high temperature and one other good thing about
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tropical activity continues to fall down and i will show you more. in fact tonight we will talk on facebook live about climate notes if you have question hop on my facebook page and noah will join me and he has lots of questions and we will talk. talk to you. storm tracker 10 nice and dry now. wind they have been up and it's been breezy out there. still gusting in the teens and 20s. 23-mile-per-hour wind gusts in sarasota last hour but it will come down like the last couple nights. temperature wise falling out of most of the evening hours spent in the 70s and tomorrow morning mid and upper 60s although he if you are watching from her manned -- although inform you watching from her manned dough citrus county we will see temps in the upper 50s -- hernando citrus count we will see temps in the upper 50s. 10% chance is over done to me. but i think we could see one or two sprinkles and that's more than what we have seen the last couple days. i will track it for you.
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day. 86 degrees. still take the motorcycle to work convertibles i wouldn't worry about that and it stays above average. boating forecast, again, the winds out of the east northeast around 10 to 15 knots will start to come down a little bit tomorrow. less wind altogether. and one to two foot seas and light chop and water temperatures around 76. here we go with the the cooler airheaded our way for the weekend. and it's behind the front that is bringing in the cooler air. it really will be cold we call it cold for parts of the northeast over the weekend. for comfortable. and that means the weekend looks fantastic. 76 on saturday. breezy and cooler. a little less wind on sunday. but 77 degrees and don't forget we fall back one hour officially it's 2 a.m. sunday morning. but push the clock back before you go to bed. reggie that's by 2 a.m. you are still up. >> not me. >> you get an extra hour. >> i am older. >> as that goes 7-day forecast shows warm until that guy-- and look at next week we will hug
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so we will get a break from theheat we have been seeing. there are emoggies for everything -- emojis for everything and pretty soon bobby will do the weather cast in emojis how about one to show love for manatee. they are a huge part of the bay area ecosystem and threatened. tampa lowery park zoo wants to raise awareness with what you see right here a poe tigs almost 6 -- petition. almost 600 people they home the nonproperty that -- profit that creates code for emojis will see the need. and pretty soon, you can go see manatees as the viewing center on apollo beach. it's opened right now but you won't see them until the weather cools down. it's free to check out those manatees and the park as well. there's a new way to connect with your doctor on your phone and it's all in one place. no more searching for the
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down the office e-mail. a app allows you to connect with your doctor at just the push of a button. it's called memberdi see you can text get a prescription and a work mom with two toddlers says the app is much easier than trying to take time to go see the doctor. >> it's very difficult for people to jump through all the hoops of phoning the office park. >> you don't have to wait on the answering service. to deliver the message unlike the website an app that pairs you with random doctors this pairs you with your own doctors in a hippa compliant app. modesty is free -- it's free to down load. >> oh, boy. look at this right here. if you getting ready to head out you expect someone home, take your time.
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county major backups on i-4 near 301. and over in pinallas this is what we usually see normal backups northbound i-275 aroundroosevelt boulevard exit. it's a dress code batel a from different perspective. i am dion limb and coming up. >> how is that offensive if wearing a shirt from the u.s. military is offensive we are in the wrong scho. >> take a closer look how a family fight against he a new policy has now become personal. >> what is the right age to teach a child a young child how to use a smart phone? the answer might save your life and your child's life as well. >> that's coming up tonight carson and i have seen some terrible ads attacking our mom
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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, commonsesafeguds for the health, safety and welfare of florida's consumers and it's first responders. amendment 1 means more solar, safe solar, for the sunshine state.
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it's hard to believe that almost all women use at least 10 different hair products each month. me well don't have much hair so i don't have to use products. them to counting right now -- >> i am counting right now. >> 2 or 3. >> i thought it would be 2 or 3 but if you do shampoo conditioner and like 6 not all at one time but throughout the month you are right. but there's one product that a lot of women use because it helps save time it's the dry shampoo you spray it in and shake and you go. however, some of the women who are using this they say it'sdoing more harm than good. they say dry shampoo is leading to their hair falling out. >> your hair is coming out in clumps drying irhair it's
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you rung your fingers through it and you have 20, 30 hairs coming out. you just look at it and you just cry. >> yeah i would say for sure and you -- the product you've seen it in the stores but the company would not say if hair loss is a possible side ehe text. but it -- side effect but it says it complies with government regulation. hair and skin experts say any dry shampoo can cause problems if you overuse it. >> you can't suffocate your scalp. >> people have reported hair loss. >> that is on your scalp. >> and lice like baby powder on your scalp. dermatologist say it can plug the follow kill and trap bacteria and you don't have to dump it out yet ladies. don't spray it directly on the skin to spare it from inflamed
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she -- the woman said she didn't overuse the products but she did get an 8 dollar refund from the company. >> short hair works. >> i wish.
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under state attorney mark ober's watch, rape and sexual assault are on the rise. ober is not just ineffective, he declined to prosecute a man who forced a girl into sexual slavery, ober: she was with him voluntarily. our community deserves new leadership. andrew warren, an experienced prosecutor,
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a child found alone on an island. tonight the one thing that saved the little boy's life and why it is getting your attention. >> many skirts and tank tops
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schools but a father says his son's patriotic shirt is banned as well and he wants to know why. >> need someone to take all that halloween candy off your hands? how you can cash in on it and help our troops all at the same time. >> 10 news at 6 starts right now. >> first it's a mystery still unfolding. a 3-year-old found alone on an island a day after a day of jet skiing. the one thing that likely savedi answer a phone call from his mother. pretty remarkable when you think about how young he is. now the boy and his father had left for a jet skiing trp along the alafia river now detectives are trying to figure out what went wrong. we know when william morris' wife had not heard from him she called the cell phone using face time. the 3-year-old answered the phone and told his mom he didn't know where his dad was. and that's when she called for
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her he husband's body was found today. >> the strag i did raised -- tragedy rayed questions on social -- raised questions on cork media. would he be in his mother's arms tonight if he he didn't know -- on social media. would he be in his more's arms tonight if he didn't know how to answer the cell phone. people are rethinking how early they teach children to use a smart phone. >> reporter: we wanted to find out from bay area parents what they think about teaching their young ones how to e phone. so we came to a place where most parents stuck the smart fons away -- fons away and in this -- phones away and in this city park we found out eye opening answers. >> probably a little early for him to know how to dial a phone number. >> i try not to use it in front of her and when she sees it i think she is just doesn't care. >> reporter: most parents of young children told us they rather the kids play at the playground -- instead of


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