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>> reporter: it has a new name. you won't find it on gps. it wasn't changed by the city. >> i can't -- you mean who did it and the process. i can't tell you that. i can tell you it was well thought out. >> reporter: he says they erected the sign on october 24, 20 lewis hit a st. pete policeman with a stolen car which led police to shoot and kill him. they said they created the entire pole and put it into the ground taking control without worrying about the city. are you going to try to make it legitimate through the city? >> it is legitimate. it's legitimate through the people. >> reporter: the sign has upset many in law enforcement. according to our partners at
pete police detective wrote this. this is a slap in the face to every single law enforcement officer in pinellas county. i reached out to st. pete police to say what they are doing. a spokeswoman told me that the sign is not an issue and right now they are not involved. it's a problem with the city. city spokesman ben kirby says it's illegal and will be removed. as for people in the neighborhood, they say not a big deal. >> nobody has been saying anything. >> reporter: in st. garin flowers, 10news wtsp. >> the city couldn't tell us if anyone would be fined for posting that sign. a break in polk now where deputies have made an arrest in a deadly hit-and-run from over the weekend. they say the man who hit and killed a woman and badly hurt a deputy is in custody tonight. deputy adam pinal was helping a woman after she crashed her car into a tree on a dark stretch of state road 60 in lake wales.
median and the driver took off. we will learn more about the person arrested in just about an hour, and of course bring i the latest on air and online at wtsp.com. okay. if you want to avoid the lines on election day, remember early voting ends on sunday. you might be surprised to find out how many people have already done it. get this. in florida alone this many, almost 5 million of you voted early. that means more than a third of extra voters have already cast their ballots. to put that in perspective, check it out, that's enough people to fill up raymond james stadium 73 types. >> reporter: we know you have questions about your vote. early voters in florida, they have been using one of these to call a national election protection hotline more than any other state. we are talking 1700 calls since
and one of the main concerns people are having is they have requested a mail-in ballot and they haven't gotten it. they are saying, where the heck is this thing? what do you do if you don't have it and the elections office doesn't have it? you can come to an early voting spot or your voting place on election day and cast a regular ballot in person. another question folks have been asking is, you moved, so where do you vote? if you have books, you can update your change of address at your new polling place whether in a new precinct or new county all together. another person popping up for voters is with the registration, after the deadline was extended, there were 107,000 new registrations after hurricane matthew, but 18,000 of those had mismatches. >> certainly if a voter has received word from the supervisor of elections that something needs to be clarified
>> in tampa, mark rivera, 10news wtsp. >> election experts say election hotlines are getting so many calls from florida because there has been such an emphasis on a rigged election. track your mail-in ballot online and we posted a link in the story at our 10news 10news at the 10news app. someone lit a church on fire and spray painted the message vote trump side. organizers of the church's gofundme page now say donations have been pouring in from people around the world all from different faiths. chicago is getting ready for a party more than a century in the making. the cubs world series victory parade is tomorrow. the city has been waiting for this one for 108 years. fans have been stopping by wrigley field all day taking pictures and, check it out, they are writing their names in
wall. "sports illustrated" turned out its latest issue a full week early to celebrate the cubs win. the cubs victory is hands down the biggest thing you are talking about tonight. we are trying out something new on "10news at 5." you can join the conversation in real time right now through our new interactive website wtsp.com/votenow. the website, as you can see, is right here on the bottom of your screen. you can get to it from your computer, your phone, or your tablet throughout the show. we will be giving you the opinions about the stories we are bringing you like this one right here. the cubs have two former rays to thank. manager joe maddon and ben zobrist. what do you think about it? you see the options right now on the bottom of your screen. you have got good friend, it should have been with the rays, and i was rooting for cleveland. vote in this real-time poll. go to wtsp.com/votenow. maddon, as you know, has been
season. he was with the rays for eight years. this is zobrist's first season with the cubs. he was with the rays back when they were the devil rays in 2006 until 2014. and some results are rolling in right now. check it out on the bottom of your screen. we can see in the middle right there most of you are saying it should have been with the rays. of course. so tell us what you think. we are gonna check back in 15 minutes to see if the results have changed. you still have time again, wtsp.com/votenow. >> how neat is that? >> really cool. it's adding up right there. it's taking the lead. zobrist and maddon aren't the only local connections to the cubs. we sent beau zimmer, grandson of don zimmer, to visit his grandmother in seminole. you know, so many memories, so many emotions for your family are linked to this win? >> reporter: you're absolutely
think you have been over to my grandma's house before. we will have to have you over some time. we call it mini cooper's town over here because on just about every wall, every shelf it's just lined with baseball memorabilia from just about every era. let me open this up and just take a look. all of these baseballs, pete rose, derek jeter, and of course the 1989 chicago cubs. but perhaps part of this collection isn't all the memorabilia, but it's my grandma's collection of scrapbooks. coming up here in just a little while we will show you and take you inside the 1989 season. >> we always love it when he makes an appearance. >> i know. what a treat, beau. thank you so much. right now taking a live look outside at your evening commute. speaking of sports, it's gonna be a busy one. this is the tampa end of the
northbound is what you are seeing starting to back up. then that extra traffic as well over near raymond james stadium and live at raymond james stadium just outside ryan bass. it's thursday night football right here in tampa. bucs-falcons. guys, i am sure you have a lot of excited tailgaters out there. this is big, big night for us. >> reporter: well, now that you mention that, courtney, actually, we came out here to talk to a couple of tailgaters at 3:30 and it's a ghost town. granted, just past 5:00. everybody's getting off work. not a lot of people out here. >> we got our first two tailgates, we open at 5. they are pulling in right now. not as depleted, ryan, as the bucs running back core right now. >> that's true. anton smith is his name. we caught up with fans to ask
back for the bucs tonight? >> james. james -- i for get his last name. >> reporter: can you name the starting running back tonight? >> i can name the quarterback. wilson. >> reporter: can you name who the starter was to start the season? >> for the quarterback? >> reporter: no. running back. >> no. >> reporter: who is the starting running back tonight? can you name all obviously doug, charles, mike, james. >> reporter: four. >> barber. >> reporter: one more. >> five? oh, antonio smith? >> reporter: you are very close. >> i can't remember. i am pretty sure that was his name. >> reporter: who is this guy? >> drawing a blank. >> reporter: if i told you he was our starting running back, could you tell us what his name is?
you got it right. >> reporter: you know, i think our favorite cast of characters didn't make the story. one guy we asked to be a part of that he said, no, no, no, i don't want my wife to know i am here tonight. [ laughter ] well, luckily he wasn't on camera. as for the bucs, let's see if they can get a victory. >> you know, you don't bust anybody. you don't tell. >> you have a lot of power now, guys. use it wisely. we will get anot you later in the newscast. well, batteries were to blame for the new samsung phone explosions. coming up, what new technology is in the works for safer batteries. good boy. so in this negative political climate could a shelter dog's
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well, this presidential election certainly has brought out a lot of negativity. so much so, it might be hurting the chances of a shelter dog, of all things, finding a home. casey cumley shows you why a dog named clinton help tonight. >> reporter: shake? shake? good boy. he is a dog with skills. but for five months the folks at pasco animal services have been struggling to find this guy a home. >> he is a senior dog. >> reporter: i think that's up for debate. >> everybody that comes in, they pant puppies and cute things -- they want puppies and cute things. >> reporter: again, this 7-year- old boy came in as a stray and someone at the shelter named him clinton.
have an affect why he has been here so long? >> maybe with the politics, yes. >> reporter: he does tend to lean a little to the right sometimes. >> when you name animals constantly, you pick something out of the air. >> no trumps here? >> no, surprisingly. there has been some donalds, but no trumps. >> reporter: any hilarys? >> yes. >> reporter: how do they do? >> they are not here. >> reporter: no one is sure why a cute, well mannered dog is having a rough time getting adopted. >> he wants to play. he gets along with other dogs. >> reporter: he passed his physical. >> no heartworms. neutered. micro chipped. ready to go. >> reporter: good boy. he needs you to go to our tucson facebook page and click a like or share so we can get his new forever home before next tuesday's election.
good boy. >> oh, i want a kiss from that clinton. >> we are voting on facebook as we speak. oh, my goodness. if you are interested in adopting clinton, we hope you do, he is available at the pasco animal services along with many other bipartisan dogs and cats. [ laughter ]. oh, four more days. let's get this over with. all right, guys. good looking weather this afternoon. we have got some sprinkles again. we talked about it yesterday. look where they are. theye riverview northward. riverview is the one that was coming through. went through brandon. a light sprinkle. that has fallen apart. over downtown tampa and headed to ray jay. right in there, that's the stadium, so if you are tailgating out there, all four you have at this point, there will be more. but that is gonna be a quick sprinkle and that's it. that's the end of the rain chance. now, citrus and hernando county, look at floral city, that's a good downpour coming through. it will fall apart. it won't last long.
lake lindsey could see a sprinkle and into brook ridge. the odds of this making it into northern pasco are slim. i can't rule out a stray shower from hudson eastward a cross. this is the back of the line. you can see that right here. similar to what we saw the last couple of days as well, too. it's going to be a dry forecast for the game tonight. mid-70s. now, low 80s right now, but it will fall into the mid-70s and partly sunset around 6:44. the falcons are in town. all right. the overnight lows a degree or two cooler than this morning. it's not a big difference. you may notice it. about 66, 67 we made 68 this morning. a patch or two of fog to get your friday started. that's the good news. it's friday. that is a look at your friday afternoon and early evening hours. this is 9:30. most of the day tomorrow is
citrus and hernando county a small chance for a shower, 10 to 20%. the rain falls apart. tarpon springs, lakeland, bradenton, sarasota, i don't think we see much rain out of it. this is 2:30 in the morning, technically saturday morning, late friday night, and pushing through with the front. so now the latest models are saying the front comes through a little bit later. there is not as much of a push behind it because of that. what that means is that, yeah, we wi 84 degrees. but the air behind it will be basically dry and not as cool as we initially were thinking. it will be cooler. upper 70s to near 80, but close to 80 degrees. the pollen levels from friday all the way through the weekend stay in the moderate range. ragweed, elm, and grass. we kick off the st. pete wine and food fest tonight. tacos and tequila. mid-70s out there. a beautiful night for that. beer night looks better for
deal with it. it will be slightly cooler because the cooler and drier care will be trying to come in. 74 to 75 degrees. the push of cooler air comes in after midnight. saturday and sunday it will be fantastic. upper 70s to near 80 degrees. a little bit breezy on saturday. so we're getting a small taste of this air mass here. it's coming down across the northeast. it's not coming down across the great lakes. that's the reason we small taste of it. it's enough to lower the temperatures. mid-80s the last several days. low 80s by sunday, monday, and tuesday and then a reinforcement shot wednesday and thursday and that could put us into the upper 70s by thursday afternoon. a lot of milestones after the cubs' world series win. this is video from the louisville slugger museum and factory.
their world series championship bats have chicago written on them. not clear who got the first bat, but you can guess it is probably worth quite a bit of money right there. and we are using the cubs' win to try something new and different. it is a new way to hear what you think real-time. about 15 minutes ago we asked you to let us know how you feel about ben zobrist and joe maddon winning with the cubs. you can see on the bottom of your screen right there the results are in. them. we are gonna keep asking you questions like this to get you involved with "10news at 5." stay tuned for a new round of questions on "10news at 6."
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you have seen the damage exploding batteries can do, but never like this. surveillance video from a nightclub in plans starts off with guys standing around. sparks start flying. that guy's pants are on fire. he spins around the car. we are going to rewind the video so you can see what was in his pocket. a few moments earlier he was vaping on an e-cigarette and then he put it away, putting it in his pocket. >> good thing he wasn't near a gas tank. >> electronic cigarettes use lithium ion batteries, the same kind that exploded in the samsung phones. because they are such a problem, the department of energy is spending millions of
alternative. a lab at the university of maryland is working on a better and safer battery, but that's just the first step. >> it's one thing to make a development on a battery in a lab and actually create a battery that can work and can hold electricity well. it's a completely other thing to build the factories that can build that battery. >> now, the maryland lab is confident it's close to building a non-combustible battery. they hope help them with mass production to sell to companies like samsung. imagine getting a voicemail when you are desperate need of help. on "10news at 5:30". >> 911 says call 911. who do you call? >> it's terrifying initially. i didn't know what was happening. >> his home caught on fire. how was he not able to get a hold of a 911 dispatcher?
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joining us. joe maddon, chicago cubs celebrating their new greatest of all time stats. >> longest drought in the history of american sports is over. >> it is indescribable. this is something that you have to -- it's almost like a good wine. you got to swish it in your mouth. >> the last time the cubs won they hadn't invented sliced bread yet. this is actually, for cubs