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results. >> so much can you really trust? that is the big story tonight. 10news reporter shannon and her political expert work together to get to the bottom of this. >> reporter: every day a new poll comes out with a different result leaving voters wondering what to believe. >> everybody has their own little poll they are doing. that is why i don't pay any attention to it. >> i know at >> reporter: 10news but it will expert doctor lauren hoffner said there are a few you can trust >> you get in trouble when people refer to online polling. >> reporter: these online polls are surveys which means only a select number of people participate in their husbands --
multiply else. doctor hafner suggest looking at sites like real politics gathering all of the presidential polls and merging them into one. he said it is never wise to just rely on one poll. >> you get a better feel about for the race stands. >> reporter: while polls can be skewed it gives the presidential nomineeth look at how they can improve to win the election and what states they need to put all other resources in. at into the trouble of opinions is a lack of landmines. more of you use your mobile phones. when president barack obama was elected in 2008 1810 households had landmines. right now it is five or less. >> the search for and even greater high can have deadly
it is the active ingredient in marijuana with more and more folks trying to cook that down to a concentrated form called hash oil. in september this home went up in flames with two dogs inside. deputies say a man is making butane hash oil lab with an exploded. now a couple was seriously burned when don't exploded. paper say it through the walls out. not much is known about this level of thc leaving questions for the family. they are wondering whether he death is related. john fallujah looked to why no one has studied the effect of the halley concentrated thc as much as 90% fewer it is legal in colorado.
was on top of the world graduating through the top of his class and mending a great job in denver. he documented his success. mark was looking forward to 2016. >> it is time to start planting seeds. >> reporter: four months later in april of this year he took his own life. a month after he recorded this video his diary shows sinking into a severe depression. what he did not tell his parents is he was inhaling a concentrated form of thc. it is the drug in marijuana. his parents, mark and jenny, had never heard of it. >> i had the mindset it is just marijuana. >> reporter: it gives the rush of an instant high and colorado where it is legal there are no limits on the concentration levels.
concentrations of thc, we don't know what happens because we have not been studying. she has been studying this for years. >> they are getting 90% thc in concentrated oil. and when they smoke that they are getting in the 800 milligrams of thc. took that as compared to a limit of 10 milligrams in a typical marijuana ci >> he was always busy. >> reporter: mark grew up in texas where he was the valedictorian. >> he loved travel. he did love the beauty of colorado. >> he was just a well-rounded kid. >> reporter: it was only after his tragic suicide in april 2016 that his parents got to read his diary. 50 can find passages like this pic >> i found out that maybe i was
in february. but apparently if you overdo it you can get almost poisoned and only experience the negative affects. >> it is not foolproof. no one is going to defend not exercising moderation. >> reporter: ralph morgan is the ceo of the company that extracts thc for marijuana for use in the smoking device. his solution is almost 90% thc. >> the industry is changing percy for the benefits of that it is a product that is repeatable and safe and has an effect that is consistent. with purity comes potency. >> reporter: well morgan and others in the industry provide a more pure product it is not their job to worry about how much consumers use or how the
>> 2016 is a year or something new. >> we see studies with chronic users that lead to depression and visa chronic users think it treats the depression. both studies exist. so how are we as a society to judge what do we know that is happening? we don't know. >> mark had high levels when he died. and his death certificate s use of concentrated products as a condition contributing to his death. we cannot say it is under pressure. >> after reading through these and seeing the significant changes in this pattern, this is the only thing that we feel it points to. >> either the industry nor the
long-term effects of using thc. the colorado legislature so concerned about the effect of marijuana it is now authorizing billions of dollars for the state health department to study safety and potential effects. doctors are trying to figure out what is behind the cluster of polio like illnesses in children. so partition of nine suspected cases have been confirmed as afm . one child mary joe said her six-year-old son daniel was always healthy and he died over the weekend showing symptoms consistent with acute placid myelitis. >> i was really scared.
it is very concerned. >> covers have not concerned -- decide if he had afm and 90 patience of september how the disease. doctors will look to see if there any links to these things in children and what they ate or exposure to chemicals or pesticides. right now we are staying on top of your evening commute and the major but up on gandy boulevard. this is what we are looking at with the eastbound side heading into tampa with the right lanes blocked because of a crash. a lot getting a good night sleep can be hard to come by for those with sleep apnea. how this small device could put all of that snoring to rest. this food bank serves 150 families each week and nourishes the soul of one
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it is been a gorgeous day. you are taking a live look outside at clearwater beach. we are tracking a couple showers this evening an minutes we will have the forecast. the city st. pete food bank supplies meals every week in pinellas county. it is also giving one volunteer a new purpose in life. 10news reporter bobby lewis is on the road for serving others has become one man's mission in life. >> reporter: exactly what you
bank. >> i really like it. it is a simple way to do something really important. >> you have to have a positive mind and want to do this kind of work. >> reporter: the feed st. pete food bank is jammed with food and volunteers. but one stands out. >> he just keeps rolling. that is what i see in him. >> reporter: people always find excuses why they cannot but he does let that stop him from serving others. everything is in one bag. you cook it up and you can sort one meal. >> reporter: every tuesday for four years steve has been here hoping this community overcome adversity. something he knows a lot of about because of the infection. >> they wanted to take my leg off and i was upset. >> reporter: life hasn't been that easy for steve.
his job and had to become a client here receiving aid from the food bank. after a few years he decided to volunteer to help others out. he did not lose his purpose and bring joy to others is more important than feeling sad about his leg. >> it was until i realized who i. i am a child of god. >> reporter: on the road st. pete i bobby lewis 10 news >> i love doing this. >> steve has also endured open heart surgery a pacemaker and he also had surgery to remove masses in his chest and visiting hospitals to encourage patients also facing amputation. tracking storms. alerting you. protecting your family. it is time for 10 weather.
let's take you live to tampa on the right side of your screen in cleveland on the left side of your screen. that is progressive field. things are getting ready to go tonight for game seven. 73 degrees right now in cleveland with the average high temperature this time of the year 67. that is a warm 86 for us. we should be about 81 degrees. we have winds at 8 miles-per- hour witme hold off with the dropping into the 60s and there is a chance of rain but right now it looks like that will hold off until 12 a clock or 1:00. once they have some pitching changes that it looks like the game should be fine. this is on sarasota and there
coming in. there is a couple showers coming through with it. we have seen a few coming over from the area crossing right over and review back to the northern end of the skyway over port desoto. if you are waiting for someone to come home in my slow them down a little bit on the north side of the bridge just a little bit. this is trying to make it to lake sarasota turning out and i doubt if it makes it all of the way. it would be a really light sprinkle. you can see the back and the but right here and you also see those heavier clouds from-4 southward. -- i-4 southward. 80 in bradenton and 82 in sarasota. before in kirksville.
with the gusts of 21 miles-per- hour in lakeland. sarasota is looking at 12 miles- per-hour sustained winds. overnight we could see the winds around 5 to 10 miles-per-hour. just a couple sprinkles here and most of it will fall apart. tomorrow is a lot like today and we will see those partly cloudy skies around today but i think just a little less rain around tomorrow. the best chance from-4 southward but not a big chance that. high temperatures tomorrow back into the mid-80s so we stay above average and that is what we have been expecting tomorrow cooler side but not by much. it looks like we will go northeast tomorrow and a light chop on the day. tomorrow is one of our best boating days we have seen because it has been
is clear uncomfortable with really good football weather check. there are no lightning delays with this game. the cooler air still looks like it is coming down and issued cool as for the weekend and then it could be another shot now trying to come back to reinforce it. . it in some upper 60s but dry saturday and breezy chance for a shower from the breeze we will have on sunday. sunday and monday is a 10% chance for the secondary shot coming back in. if we do get into the 80s it will be mid to upper 80s. for some couples it is a battle in the bedroom for silence. a new device could make it easier to sleep and treat sleep apnea.
let's take it looks like a pacifier for the knows. it is much smaller than the ones with the hoses connected. a successful campaign has raised more than 1 million has raised more than $1 million to develop it. it is not yet on the market but it is expected to retail for about three dollars. it is meant to be used once so that it could cost $90 a month to use it with the average -- costing $3000. a cool the plane makes his debut in tampa. , next night at 6:00. how would you like a plane that can take off from land or water and fits into your garage? >> reporter: cracking down on illegal dumping just like this. take a look at this video. officials need your help to
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morning. >> i i look forward to this er neiman marcus puts out this catalog of ridiculously priced christmas presents and the gifts are awesome but it seemed like for the person was everything. >> no kidding. one gift caught our attention today. check this out. neiman marcus is selling this. it is a trait of college greens for $66.
? >> they look great and the court the description they are seasoned. >> only the best. >> but $88 for a staple. >> you see amy tweeted i don't care how good your brand is, this is not okay. look at the side-by-side comparison saying this is a picture of the collard greens i cooked and i am available to help you all out. >> mrs. carter said if you are not making them with smoked turkey i have news for you. -- now use -- now -- no use for you.
[ laughter ] >> of course no family can live on greens alone so neiman marcus offers a full holiday turkey dinner with a 12 pound roast turkey, butternut squash soup and it is $495. but then you
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it is tender and now the new push to crack down and how you can profit off of it. it is not dij@ vu but another leak of thousands of dollars. this time the organization is now flat broke. make room in your garage where this is a folding plane and it could end up there. how it works and how much it costs. >> 10news at 6:00 starts right now. >> good evening. i mark rivera. >> and i dion lim. >> just look at these jerks. take a look at that. >> it is kind of crazy. we're talking about papers and even that big sofa just dropped on the side of the road. they are not letting those responsible off the hook. the latest culprits caught on camera dumping all kinds of junk
how you can cash in and help keep up a community to keep it safe at the same time. >> reporter: the pull of trust and unload everything from huge tree trunks to furniture. >> a sofa is the worst kind of trash to dump. >> reporter: two men in a black suv dumping a sofa. >> they should be caught. >> it looks like ok >> reporter: candace has the small problem on her road and seeing this video makes her angry. >> especially because you can take it to the county dump. >> reporter: it would have cost about five dollars to get rid of us at the landfill but this is a 500 fine per item don't so they are looking at $2500 if they are caught.