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from the beginning is looking into it. >> when are you gonna learn? when a plane falls out of the sky? >> reporter: that was the reaction from passengers this past june after another allegiant airlines flight had to make an emergency landing at st. pete-clearwater international. today ironically the airline celebrating a 10-year anniversary at the airport. the same day our news partners at the "tampa bay times" published a blistering report card from 2015. allegiant jets forced to at least 77 unexpected landings last year for serious mechanical issues. half of its aging air fleet suffering some sort of failure mid-flight. unexpected landings two to four times that of other major airports. >> you try not to let it bother you. >> reporter: the airline which had blamed media scrutiny over stalled negotiations with its pilots union says improvements are well underway thanks in large part to purchasing 20
its aging fleet. >> over the last 12 months, incidents were defined as a diversionary turn back, they are down 60% to the same 12- month period. >> reporter: mike winegrant says they do not have mechanics at each of the airports they service. unlike bigger carriers, they may have to divert or turn around to get things fixed. >> i believe allegiant is safe. i am not convinced most rileyable on what -- reliable based on what we will see. >> reporter: will that influence passengers' decision whether to fly allegiant? consider over the past two years amidst over all those reports the airline had record profits. at st. pete-clearwater international, eric glasser, 10news wtsp. >> allegiant says it's inquested one and a quarter
>> some are already services st. pete-clearwater international. all flights in and out of the airport will have newer aircraft by the end of 2017. it is that time. get your devices out. we want to know, does this report change your mind about allegiant? will you still fly with them. go to wtsp.com right now, slash vote now. it's on your screen right there. voting does end in five minutes. we will get you those results later on in the show. developing right now, two families in polk suspected hit-and-run driver is behind bars. deputies say the driver crashed into a young woman and a deputy who was helping her at the median at state road 60 in lakeland early saturday morning. that driver took off. the woman died and the deputy is still in the hospital. right now sheriff grady judd is updating our reporters on an arrest and we will have a full report tonight on "10news at 11". well, the chicago cubs ended a long-standing curse
on. >> and watch the reaction from the dugout. >> you can almost feel it in your blood, right? history was made. you are watching all of the hugs and excitement, all of the reactions to this historic world series win. some of them just so overcome with emotion. you see them waving that cheering, high-fiving, even a few tears shed. now, the cubs won their last world series all the way back in october of 1908. so there is reason to celebrate. >> 10news reporter phil buck found a spot in downtown st. pete where he knew he would find cubs fans looking for some home cooking today. >> a long time in the making. last night was one of the best world series i have seen in a long time. did you watch the game last
pulling for? >> [ inaudible ]. >> reporter: wrong answer off the bat. >> i can't believe it. a long time coming. i did it for my dad this year. god rest his soul. >> four generations waiting. people crying. i mean, it was awesome. >> last night was a rollercoaster. up, down. i don't know how many times i thought they blew it. >> reporter: you woke up this morning, did you know you were coming here for lunch? did you have to discuss it? >> no. we knew coming here for lunch. >> i was walking by and i saw chicago dogs. i couldn't believe it. to get a true chicago dog done right, today of all days after they won the pennant last night, man, i am on cloud nine. >> we came over here to this chi town restaurant to celebrate with a hot dog. that's about all we can do, right? we can't go to chicago.
victory? >> that was filmed at chi town beats and dogs on mlk in downtown st. pete. phil even tried his very first chicago-style hot dog today, and he did it all live on facebook live. find out what it looks like on our facebook page. okay. have you gotten a raise recently? if you are one of the lucky ones, maybe you got a 3% bump. today the ceo of tampa international airport got raise. and if pay to park where rates have skyrocketed, you helped pay for that rise. now to explain. mike, i think we want to know, is this normal practice for airports ceos to get this kind of raise? >> not raises. benefits like this, dion. you know, when you think of large airports, you might think of o'hare in chicago, jfk in new york, hartsfield in
substantial raise tampa international's ceo joe lapato makes more than the people who run those airports. in fact, he becomes the third highest paid airport executive in the country. today the aviation authority raised his salary to $394,000. that is an 8% increase. on top of that his monthly car allowance doubled to $1,000 a month. oh, and he gets a half a plus then he will also get another 15% raise that year. now, most of us will agree that tampa international is a great airport and easy to navigate, but it's far from the largest in the nation. actually, it's one of the smallest of the nation's large airports. but today the board passed his raise without any discussion.
now lets just take -- let's take a peek. the controversy around the confusing solar amendment continues. with just five days until the election, opponents of amendment 1 are doing anything possible to get you to vote no. that's why they're holding rallies across the state starting right here in tampa bay. shannon valladolid shows you worked up. >> what do we want? >> no! >> vote no on 1. >> reporter: it's no secret that some want amendment 1 removed from the ballot. >> this is wrong. so we need to get the facts out, but we first need to defeat this amendment next week. >> reporter: solar power advocates are making a last- minute appeal to the florida supreme court to kill the amendment on tuesday's ballot. they say it's misleading. the problem?
the solar energy amendment. >> i don't understand how anything could be bad about that. >> reporter: the st. pete amar'e long with groups like sierra club and solar industries say if passed utility companies would have an easier time charging florida homeowners unfair fees and making it more costly to go solar. >> if it helped us become less dependent on fossil fuels, the utility companies wouldn't support it. >> reporter: the companies like florida power & light, duke energy, tampa electric, and gulf power have already donated close to $12 million for this amendment. and this is what you're seeing when you are going to cast your ballot. this part right here where it says a right under florida's constitution for consumers to own or lease solar equipment, well, that's not only confusing, but you already have that right. basically, opponents are saying this will only strengthen the
shannon valladolid, 10news wtsp. much more to come on 10news. >> could you make your paychecks last a lifetime? let's be honest. your chances of winning the lottery are pretty low. i will tell you how you could still become a millionaire. out here at raymond james stadium, tailgate time. justin and i getting a full bucs experience. >> they are getting paid to do that? that's awesome. a great weekend forecast coming your way. we are going to get a taste of cooler air. we will talk about that and have the forecast for ray jay coming up. justin and ryan remind me after batman and robin. they are so cute. we asked you that question about allegiant airlines. would you still fly with a budget carrier? take a look at our live poll. you can see 42% of you said yes, but most of you say no
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that sound. >> i love that sound. >> that is probably what the winner of the florida jackpot heard. one winner is $18 million richer. that's more than any jackpot on any of those daytime game shows combined. so far no one has claimed that prize, and while your chances of winning are pretty slim, you have a good shot at becoming a millionaire in your lifetime. >> grady trimble shows you the steps you can take to retire comfortably at you are right now. >> when you are playing the lotto, the only real choice you have is the numbers you pick. but when it comes to retirement, you have lots of choices toe make. i talked to a financial analyst to help you make the right one. if you are in your 20s and 30s, retirement might seem a long way off, but this is when you need to start planning. >> what sources of income do you have? do you have a job? if you have a job, what did you make? what's your rent? what's your utility bill?
if there is. >> reporter: if it's an option he recommends putting what's left over into a 401(k) that matches your contribution. moving on to those of you in your 40s and 50s, you might have a career now and be more established. but don't forget to keep contributing to that 401(k). if you have anything left over, he says invest it. >> you have some bonds, stocks. other investments, real estate, those types putting those dollars in other categories to give you the opportunity. >> reporter: and finally, if you are in your late 50s and early 60s and still don't have enough to retire, you might have to think about retiring later. while you do that, spend less and consider downsizing. at any age, livingston says stick to your plan. >> keep your emotions out of it. have a plan. be diligent with that plan. don't let emotions take over. to the extent you do that, for the most part it should work.
win the lottery, you could be well on your way to becoming a millionaire. grady trimble, 10news wtsp. tracking storms. alerting you. protecting your family. it's time for 10weather. >> a quarter after six on our thursday evening. stormtracker 10 is showing a couple of light sprinkles out there. this is the variety that we have seen over the last couple of days, but overall coverage now is actually a little less than what we have been seeing. a few more for pasco, hernando and citrus county than what we have seen. h riverview to ruskin, a little sprinkle went through the area but most of that will move off to the west of the i-75 corridor. westchase a little shower. then you can see over the center span of the howard frankland bridge that's falling apart heading towards the feather sound area and then the shower that's out over the bay south of macdill will likely stay there.
hernando county. if you are in hudson a small chance for a sprinkle coming in from springhill. even the one near there is moving out that have area and the one north of brooksville will likely dodge downtown. looking pretty good. what rain we see between now and 6:30 to about 7:30 will be very, very light and then it will tend to fall apart and then gradually the skies will start to clear a little bit more. some clouds out there now. you can see that from our live shot from the suntrust financial center building. when that sun gets lower it's going to now it's going to get up underneath the clouds and make for a beautiful sunset. get the cameras ready. don't forget my facebook page. bobby deskins weather. i love to share those with folks. mid-70s by halftime at the game if you are headed out to ray jay. partly cloudy skies. that's good football weather for our neck of the woods. average this time of year. forecast lows tomorrow morning will take us to 66 to 67. now, we made 68 this morning. so it's only a degree or two
cooler. a patch or two of fog can't be rule out. mostly sunny first half of the day, partly cloudy the second half, and look at that. that's 10:30 friday night. so friday night plans for the nature coast, citrus, hernando, pasco counties, could get a sprinkle out of this rain chance 10 to 20%. look at this. as the front comes through it falls apart. front moves through overnight friday night into saturd slower to get here, and it's also a little bit more towards our east. so i don't think we are going to get quite the cool air and dry air we were watching for, but we will cool and dry just a little bit. for instance, today 86, 87 degrees. tomorrow we will make it about 84 to 85. and then as you look at the extended forecast we are gonna go about 78 to 80 over the weekend. and through the weekend we're gonna keep that moderate risk -- nod moderate, moderate level of pollen out there and it's
the main ones out there. seven-day forecast. there you go. we will keep a small sprinkle chance for saturday. it will be breezy. don't forget to push the clocks back as we endosses end daylight saving time. an extra hour of sleep saturday night. jon bon jovi will be playing a concert to rally voters for hillary clinton. dozens lined up this afternoon for the free tickets to the show. it's at the state theater saturday night. doors open at kaine is expected to be there, as well. as you saw, having too much fun at the bucs making a thursday night. >> 10 sports anchor ryan bass is hanging out with the fans. >> reporter: yeah. it's thursday night football here at raymond james stadium.
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why are out-of-state billionaires attacking amendment 1? because amendment 1... stops. their. subsidies. with amendment 1, you don't pay now live from the suncoast hyundai dealer sports desk it's time for 10sports. >> reporter: can you feel it? thursday night football at raymond james stadium. i am ryan bass outside ray jay. we have the best tailgate in the house, ladies and
>> i like how you are ready. >> i am ready. >> reporter: they have been waiting. >> look at this crowd here. [ cheers and applause ] >> we are adding the mix here. this is jose cuervo mix. >> reporter: what do you have going on? >> i am here with our one falcon fan. part of the tailgate but not invited to margaritaville. u you are matt from atlanta. came this last night. feeling the mojo in first place? >> a.j. >> reporter: when you got the invite from your friends in tampa you knew you couldn't pass up on the opportunity to show boat a little bit? >> absolutely. i am rubbing it in a little bit. they are fantastic people. >> reporter: you weren't invited to margaritaville. i am coming over. [ cheers ] >> all right. fire this bad boy up.
here. >> reporter: i asked brian to save one for you. after the show, if you want to come down here, we got you covered. >> reporter: thank you, guys. >> wait a second. why are you the only one invited? >> there was plenty of tequila in there. >> reporter: you can come too, dion. [ laughter ]. >> glad you guys are having a good time. well, 10news out in the community today inspiring the future leaders of america. future business leaders, we should point out. my partner in crime, there he is with his >> speaking to nearly 1,000 high school and some middle school students at the innes brook resort in palm harbor. nearly 1,000 kids all from pinellas county schools, their theme for the fall rally is the business of sports. we got to share things you don't learn in school. >> right. >> and it was very motivational for me, too, because i shared that, reg, you have taught me a lot. you have taught me that sometimes don't jump the gun. you got to sit and be still.
they first seem. >> it's harder to listen to that than actually do it. >> look how beautiful that is. how can you have a bad day looking at that. >> i feel calm and smooth. >> when we get those buck ritas, we will feel
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