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reporter jeff begay shows you how they are working together to make sure everyone is safe leading up to election day. >> reporter: u.s. authorities are taking this threat seriously while assessing the credibility of the intelligence. but counterterrorism officials across the country have been alerted out of an abundance of caution. law enforcement sources tell cbs news the threat comes from al-qaeda and intelligence points to attacks taking place in new york, virginia. isolexes day approaches, federal law enforcement is planning for several wide receivers case scenarios. earlier this week a polling place was seen as attractive targets for lone wolf attacks for individuals motivated by extremist ideologies. a senior fbi official says the bureau as well as the department of homeland security are working closely with federal, state, and local
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identify potential threats. it is not unusual for there to be an increase in the volume of threats leading up to significant events like holidays or an election, and officials say it is important to investigate those threats thoroughly. jeff begay, cbs news washington. millions of people across the country have already vote. what does that terror threat mean for election day? new at 5:30 what local voters have to say about possible and we are breaking down some of the other threats to the election process that don't involve violence. a story developing today out of south carolina. the details are horrific. it's hard to believe things like this really happen, but it did. investigators are searching the property of a city called woodruff. that's about a half mile -- hour out of greenville. so far they found one body, but the really bizarre part of all of this is why the search
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a sex crimes investigator received a tip about the property. when he got here he heard a woman's cry from help coming from the woods. he found the woman locked inside of a container. she had been in there for months. the woman's family has been searching for her and her boyfriend since august. >> it was pretty emotional, to say the least, when she was found, especially, you know, when she was chained like a dog. she had a chain around her property is todd kohlhepp. he is under arrest. he is a real estate broker and a registered sex offender. when he was 15, kohlhepp was charged in arizona with kidnapping and sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl. the woman found locked in a cage told investigators that she cleaned houses for kohlhepp. she told investigators there could be four dead bodies across the property and they are still searching tonight.
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tonight. another major one for samsung. they are recalling almost three million washing machines because of a problem that's already hurt nine people. the top-loading washers can vibrate so much that the top flies off. in one case it even broke a person's jaw. the dangerous models were sold at best buy, home depot, lowe's, and sears stores between march of 2011 and this month. they are offering repairs or rebates for the recalled washing machines. the recall of the samsung note 7 could cost more than $5 billion. a major movement when it comes to connecting both sides of tampa bay. the new cross bay ferry is about to take off on the first trip from st. pete so tampa. it should take an hour and the ride is $10 each way. 10news anchor courtney robinson is there live in downtown st. pete about to hop on the ferry.
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telling but this ferry project for months. now we are out for the first trip. quite a few people are on board getting ready to leave for tampa. it starts in about 15 minutes. we are answering some of your questions. first, we have a question for you. this is your chance to interact with 10news. a brand new experience. we want you to be involved in it. at the bottom of your screen is a website wtsp.com/votenow. you can pull this up on your e, there is a linden, new jersey -- there is also to link on our 10news app. as you make up your mind, we are bringing in 10news reporter shannon valladolid, and one thing people are asking about the ferry is what each side of the bay offers. >> reporter: tampa, as you mentioned, this is where the ferry is headed. i found out as soon as you get
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be disappointed with the amount of options you have. when you get off the ferry you are dropped off in front of the river walk. there is a ton of things to do. a six-minute walk up the hillsborough river there is plenty of options here, too. the tampa museum of art and for the kiddos the glazer children's museum. we just walked about ten minutes. we are arena. another option hop on a segue to visit downtown tampa. and let's say you don't want to get off the water. there is tons of options. you can rent kayaks. there is water bikes. and check this out. this is a pedal boat where you can actually drink beer. let's say you don't want to walk anywhere. that's onshore breeze. across the street we have the trolley. you can hop on and head over to ybor city. after a 15-minute ride we are
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let's talk about the prices. it's $5 all day and $2.50 for just one way. so no matter which side of the bay you are going towards one thing's for sure. you will never run out of fun options to do. >> reporter: and st. pete i didn't forget about you. at 6:00 i show you the options that you can do here. >> there is so much to do on either side. i am looking forward to that. right now i want to hear, reg, what are people saying? we asked people to we the cross-bay ferry. what are they saying. >> so far, check it out on the bottom of the screen. >> you won't believe it. 62%, they can't wait to use it. >> really just a small say it's not worth the price. it's $10 each way. so maybe not for everyday use, but on occasion i want to check it out, too. >> bobby with the little paddles? >> you heard the drinking part where you drink and paddle? [ laughter ] >> okay. >> all right. check it out.
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opinion. it's at our interactive website wtsp.com/votenow. we do have the next round of questions coming up on "10news at 6". what's happening this election season is being watched by voters too young to go to the polls, so even so it's leading a very lasting impression. 10news sarasota newsroom reporter isabel mascarenas speaks to a few teens about this year's presidential election. >> reporter: meet two seniors, bayshore high school in manatee county. when i say these words, what are your thoughts? election 2016. >> hectic. >> drama. >> contested. >> racial tension. >> reporter: what the candidates say and do are not -- they are leaving on impression on the team starting with the personal attacks. >> back and forth drama. >> reporter: too much bickering? yeah.
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>> both candidates don't represent the country. >> they are not listening to either side. they are more focused on what it would do for them. >> reporter: a senior is 18 and was excited about voting for the first time, except now. >> disappointed. >> reporter: she has followed the candidates and watched the debates. >> i feel >> oscar sanchez says despite this unusual election season he wants to run for office one day. >> i believe that there should be a voice for the people who believe in progress. >> reporter: as for this election, the students remind the candidates. >> our country is like about us becoming equal. >> reporter: in manatee county, isabel mascarenas, 10news wtsp. check this out. what a day for chicago . >> the cubs victory parade, see it on the left at the top.
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windy city today. people watched from the streets, from parks and high- rises. even from a construction crane. you know, how the river turns green for st. paddy's day, it turned blue today. the team rode on open-airbuses. it ended in grant park. the city doesn't know how many people were there for the parade. when the blackhawks won year, 2 million came to celebrate. that number probably higher for the cubs' first parade in 108 years. plus, the kids already had the day off from school. a live look at your evening commute. it's busy out there. backups on both sides of i-275. slowing down and moving along on i-4 at exit 1. one of the last things you want to see, a fiery crash at a gas station. we will show you why police
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this mess. plus, new technology taking the guesswork out of online shopping. how you can take furniture now
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putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig.
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a live look out at our very own beautiful clearwater beach. the weekend finally here, and there is a lot going on. bobby is coming up next to let you know about the weather, if it will affect your plans. online shopping is quick and easy, but when it comes to buying furniture there is a lot to consider like if it will even fit in your house or if it
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the company that's embracing this new virtual reality trend to bring items that you haven't even bought yet straight into your home. >> reporter: way fair wants their products to jump off the pages of their catalog and website and right into our homes. here's how they are making virtual reality real. >> it's gonna rotate 18 degrees, take a picture, and then rotate again. >> reporter: the retailer is creating a whole new way to browse and to bibby turning into 3d im amounts. >> you want to be confident that it's what you think it is. >> reporter: using the just released lenovo, they drop a virtual product into any room and see if it fence. hopefully, it's a matter of
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all devices. >> reporter: wayfair isn't stopping with one app. with one click customers can leap into the page, transported to virtual rooms using the google day dream virtual reality headset coming out this month. this is more kind of a fun experience. >> reporter: as the new oculus headset won't just be for gamers. shoppers can design a patio, change fabric, move around furniture, or have a fire pit delivered by drones. >> we thinpe inspired and creative. >> reporter: more stores will offer these. ikea has a virtual reality app you can use. lowe's stores, you can design a brand new kitchen. all right, guys. friday afternoon is here. look at that beautiful shot from lowe's. don cesar hotel on st. pete
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beach. water temperature 77 degrees. lots of beautiful sunshine. look at the waves. see them blowing in like this? that's a north-northwest wind blowing in across the area and that's ahead of a cold front. that's gonna change later tonight. we will talk about that. but it's kept us in the 70s along the coast. temperatures from crystal river to new port richey to clearwater, to even st. pete, 70, 78, 79 degrees. it's 82 in tampa. 80s for land o'lakes and carrollwood. 83 sarasota. no rain out there. just trying to show a returns in southern sumpter county. i don't think we will see too much rain, at least not initially. a couple of showers coming from the north. that's where the front is right there. so you can see this weak front coming through, a couple of showers over on the east coast with it, and that likely will be the best chance for rain tonight 11:30, 12:30, 1 in the morning, a couple of showers coming down the east coast. that's about it. this front is not packing a big punch. the winds now are out of the west-northwest ahead of it. they will turn it the north and
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tomorrow. and when that happens the wind will pick up a little bit, but that is bringing in the drier and the cooler air. but it's only slightly drier and slightly cooler. here is the front by 1 a.m. tonight. it's fall apart. in fact, i think it stalls out between sarasota and venice and washes out. but that's enough to -- you see the wind change here coming to the north and northeast overnight. so when we wake up tomorrow and go through saturday evening into the evening, this is 6:00, pretty decent north-northeast s tomorrow. it will be a beautiful day. it's just not going to be the coolest air like we saw two weekends ago in the 40s and 50s in the morning and 70s for highs. we are gonna go 76 this evening and fall back down through the 70s into the mid-60s for first thing tomorrow morning, but the air will be drying out. you will notice that a little bit in the morning. i think you will notice it more in the afternoon. about 81 for a daytime high. i am taking the 70s off the map for highs, although if you are
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that's saturday. sunday's almost exactly the same. i did put a small rain chance in for saturday. it would be a stray sprinkle or -- excuse me that's sunday. a stray sprinkle. don't cancel your plans. don't cancel the grand tasting plans you have in st. pete because it's gonna be fantastic weather. beer night is tonight and it's gonna be a fun night. saturday and sunday a lot of sunshine around. keep that in mind. the highs it will feel warmer in the sun. the coldest air stays in the northeast. it's diving down in that direction and not down to the south, but we are going to get a little bit drier air. dew points in the 60s. we will be in the 50s tomorrow. upper 50s for sunday, as well. it's a subtle change, but it's enough that you're going to appreciate it. you will definitely notice it. i think it sticks around for most of next week. instead of the mid-and-upper 80s that we saw at least last week, almost a week and a half,
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the lower 80s with a small rain chance wednesday, thursday, next week. don't forget we get an extra hour of sleep as we end daylight saving time. we are on top of a develop story out of new york. the nypd sergeant was killed today in broad daylight during a gun battle in the bronx. a second officer was also hurt. it all started when the two were out on patrol and spotted a home invasion robbery suspect. investigators say that he hitting both officers. one was shot in the head. the other in the leg. the suspected shooter was later killed. throw out the records. one of the nfl's most vicious and oldest rivalries takes center stage on sunday. jets-dolphins 1:00 right here on 10news. i am ryan bass. here's what to keep an eye on. history hangs in the balance for fins back jay ajayi.
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plus in three straight. for ryan fitzpatrick, he has been awesome for the jets so far this season. he is getting better. 2-0 over the last two weeks. see if he can keep that going in miami. and the reunion of brandon marshall returning to the miami dolphins. four productive seasons in miami. he will love to take a stab at that dolphins defense. i am ryan bass and that's your toyota su here on cbs news wtsp. it's creepy, it crawls, and the people who captured it on camera claim it's 100% real. check out this giant huntsman spider name charlotte. >> no, no, no. >> a rescue group came across charlotte in australia last year. but in just the past week charlotte has gone viral, these photos.
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>> that looks like a crab. you know the crabs with the big legs? crack them open? >> the big snow crabs? >> yeah. >> huntsman spiders are real and they are this big. their legs are 12 inches long. but good news, they are not dangerous to humans. >> that's what they say. >> the rescue group who posted the photo says charlotte was calm and just wanted to eat some bugs and live in peace. they say these poor spiders misunderstood.
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carson and i have seen some terrible ads attacking our mom dana young. for things she never did. it hurts because mom is cool. she is caring, she works hard.
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mom put her career on hold for us. to raise our family. she is a role model for everyone in our community. i'm proud of you mom, we both are. dana young for the florida senate. amendment 1 is endorsed by florida's firefighters... because it does solar the right way. amendment 1 protects consumers from scams, hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of
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why are out-of-state billionaires attacking amendment 1? because amendment 1... stops. their. subsidies.
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a 20-mile chase ends in a ball of flames. it's caught on video. >> this gas station surveillance video, boom, the suspect's car comes in frame, plows over the gas pump and ignites in a ball of fire. the flaming car hits another driver and then, take a look, deputies run up, yep, they got their guns in tow, tackled that suspect. turns out the chase started after the suspect's son called 911 saying his father stabbing his mother. >> this is intense. he means business. she was found dead. the suspect's 16-year-old daughter had defense wounds. >> just goes to show you that you never know what your neighbors could be up to. >> several police officers were hospitalized, including at least one for smoke inhalation and another for a wrist injury. police say the suspect had at
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wound. jared fogle's ex-wife gets real about what she calls a nightmare. coming up new on "10news at 5:30". >> you float out of yourself because the fbi shouldn't be in your house. >> hear why she is coming forward months after her ex went to jail for unthinkable crimes. it's got the gross factor you probably heard your cell phone is dirty i mean really that takes it to a whole new level. then new at six, rebuilding after getting flooded out not once, not twice, but three times. we will show you how a local business is finally set to reopen after tropical storm hermine brought everything to a halt. okay. this is your reminder to fall back because daylight saving time ends this weekend. >> that means to set your clocks back an hour.
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sleep. that happens at 2 a.m. on sunday. >> a new study from jpmorgan found people spend less money when there are fewer hours th bob buesing... on the record. he sues tax payers to cover the outrageous cost of a lavish courthouse. buesing files forclosures on homes critical to seniors. his law firm is accused of running up costs on a school district at the expense of our kids. trailing in the polls, buesing attacks dana young. for things she never did.
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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, even bthe ctim. ober: she was with him voluntarily.
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will reallocate resources to target violent crime, putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner'se, not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room whilestanding there with noyoung as 15 wclothes.ging. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... n'say thatither.
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this is mike's office. if he doesn't show up, he doesn't get paid. too often marco rubio didn't show up and failed us when he did. i am patrick murphy. to get things done, you've got to show up. you've got to work together. whether it's protecting cial curity and women's health care or growing the economy, we've got to start solving problems instead of pointing fingers. because i'll never stop working for you.

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