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white house. the presidential candidates make their last push here in floridda to get their message out. south carolina's alleged serial killer. the investigation continues into the murder and kidnapping suspect who admitted to killing four people. and oklahoma rocked by another earthquake. the destruction left behind. good morning and welcome to "10 news early morning." i'm allison kropff. lets get a look at #10weather with meteorologist ashley batey. with just one
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with just one day to go, a brand new c-b-s battleground trackell clinton tied neck and neck in florida with 45-percent of the vote - each! and now fbi director james comey is doubling down on his decision not to prosecute hillary clinton for using a private email server while she was secretary of state. donald trump says the f-b-i got it wrong. president obama
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clinton in kissimmee sunday. he took aim at trump's temperment, pointing to a new york times report that trump's campaign aides have taken control of his twitter account, leading into the election. before president obama spoke, motown legend stevie wonder performed a handful of hits for the crowd. a record number of floridians have voted early. hillsborough county says nearly half of all registered voters have already cast their ballots. 10 news reporter jonathan petra- mala asked some of them why they didn't want to wait. over six million voters in florida have taken the steps to vote early a record rush to the polls on early voting's last
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county polling places averaged around 40 minutes or more democrats, and republicans, people who might not share views but are forced to share space waiting to vote...all during a caustic campaign causing concern it could spill over on election day. a country divided, still united b desire to vote. in tampa, jonathan petramala, 10 news wtsp. there's absolutely no
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to the polls on tuesday. y-m-c-a centers across the country are offering free childcare for parents who want to vote. but make sure you check with your local y before dropping off the kids, not every location is offering it. and if you're worried about getting to the polls, you're covered there, too. if you've never used uber before, the company will give you a 20-dollar discount on election day. you just have to put in the promo code: vote today. and most public buses will give you a free ride to your polling place. you just have to show your voter i-d. and historically the candidate who wins florida has house. that's why your vote is so important. it's also why in the past few weeks both candidates have zig-zagged across the state trying to rally support. 10 news political expert dr. lars haf-ner explains which counties could decide the election.
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crucial trump is making one last stop here before election day. he'll be in sarasota today for a rally. also happening today, vice president joe biden and singer jimmy buffett will host an evening concert for clinton in st. petersburg. crews worked overnight to clear the scene of a car crews worked overnight to clear the scene of a car fire on u-s 19 in clearwater. this car caught fire in the southbound lanes near drew street. firefighters say a mother and her two children were inside the car. thankfully, they escaped just in time and were not hurt. a crash on interstate 75 over the weekend that killed a man and his two children. the children's mother was in the car and was the only one to survive. this morning, investigators are piecing together a timeline of what happened in the hours leading up to the crash and the evidence that suggests the driver might have been drinking. here's 10 news reporter garin flowers. joseph mcdaniel garin flowers
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sot once they said his kid's names, i many are grieving. sot once they said his kid's names, i knew it was him. joseph mcdaniel stopped by the scene this morning of sunday's deadly car crash. sot because i couldn't believe it. couldn't believe. i just talked to him not even 14 hours ago. mcdaniel says his good friend ronald green was the driver. after a night out partying captured on social media, green got behind the wheel. in the car with him was his two children nine and five years old mother tiffany. sot it's very unusual to have his kids in the car around this time of night. if he was doing anything, he would always take them to somebody house. according to the florida highway patrol, he was driving a maserati north on i-75 around 2-30 in the morning. just north of state road 60, he lost control smashing into this guardrail.they flipped over the barrier off of the highway landing upside down on woodberry road. both parents were thrown from the
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taken to tampa general seriously hurt. stand up: fhp says alcohol did play a role in the crash. they can't say if green was legally impaired on the road until a toxicology report is complete. now questions remain if this crash could've been avoided had alcohol not been in the picture. friends took to facebook sharing stories and condolences.memo ries - all they are left with of green and his children. sot it kind of hit home. in hillsborough county, garin flowers 10 news wtsp. in pinellas county, deputies shot and killed a county, deputies shot and killed a man saturday night after they say he charged at them with a knife. this happened on 64th street in lealman. deputies say they saw 49 year old john ze-mola behind the wheel of his pickup truck -- crashing into his wife's car -- while also taking out the front pillar of their house. when they tried to confront him to get him to stop...he allegedly said quote -- "you're going to have to kill me". police say they've uncovered more evidence now that they've captured a serial killer in spartan-
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todd kolhepp was back in court sunday for the second time in 48 hours, facing new charges of four counts of murder. the charges are connected to a case that has remained unsolved since 2003. four people three men and a woman- were found shot to death inside a motor sports store. the county sheriff says kolhepp admitted to the crime, revealing details only the killer would know. kolhepp, a 45 year old real estate agent -- was arrested thursday after a missing woman was found chained inside a locked storage container on his property. investigators say she was tied up like a dog. the alleged victim kala brown told police she watched shoot her boyfriend charles carver after the couple had replied to an online ad for a cleaning job. a powerful earthquake rocked oklahoma sunday. the epi-center was located about 50 miles northeast of oklahoma city. the quake was
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kansas city, missouri, and little rock, arkansas. oklahoma was just hit by another quake last week. now to a consumer alert every parent needs to hear this morning! ikea is recalling 29-million "malm and other models" of chests and dressers in the u-s. the move follows the fourth reported death of a child trapped by an ikea chest or dresser tipping over. the company is offering refunds and repair kits. we have a lot to get to coming up at 5 on 10 news this morning.. ian is in the newsroom with morning. good morning! thanksgiving is just around the corner and one of the biggest traditions is in the works. the thanksgiving parade in new york city. we'll show you how the city and volunteers are preparing for this big event. and taking underwater exploration to a new level. we'll show you what this drone was able to capture in lake tahoe. we are working on all those stories, plus ashley is taking a look at forecast and hilary is checking on your roads. that's all coming
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early morning, the high-cost of prescription pills. health insurance is supposed to help. but you could be paying more without even knowing it! the secrets pharmacists aren't allowed to tell you. and getting the kids to help around the house -- because they want to! your first look at new apps that take the complaining out of chores.
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it hurts because mom is cool. she is caring, she works hard. whenever something is not right mom is on it. trust us we know from experience. 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.
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and i'll take care of our veterans. i'm charlie crist and i approve this message because i'll put you, the people first. always have, and always will. when l'oreal asked me what i wanted my skin to be... i said bright, smooth, you know, with a little glow. new bright reveal from l'oreal. with glycolic acid... reveals brighter skin and visibly reduces wrinkles in just 1 week.
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how much you're paying for prescriptions. if you've been to the pharmacy know the cost of prescription drugs is soaring. this morning our news partners at kare-11 investigates whether you might be being "overcharged" when you use your "own" insurance plan. here's jay ol-stad. track 1: remember curt burshem? .. sot: curt
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"i think if people really knew what was going on, there'd be an uproar." track 5: tim gallagher saw the insurance overcharges first- hand when he worked as a pharmacist. now, he's with a company that advocates for independent pharmacies. sot: tim "patients were actually paying more than they could otherwise have paid if they were paying cash." track 6: and there's evidence it's happening all across the country. sot: hoey "they dictate that price. track 8: here's how it works .. when you use an insurance card, the pharmacist punches the information into the computer and the pbm spits out the amount you owe the insurance "co-pay". sot: hoey "they dictate what the pharmacy can sell it for." track 9: kare 11 obtained
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from pharmacists .. with private patient information blocked out. but you can still see how the insurance co-pay .. set by the pbm's .. was much higher than the cash price. example? -- the anti-depressant venlafaxine: - $67 dollars with insurance .. - only $25 dollars cash. example? -- allopurinol, for kidney stones: - nearly 59 bucks for the insurance co- pay. - but just over 40 paying cash 18- dollars cheaper sot: olstad w/ doug hoey handing papers / "fortunately i knew to ask, and i got the much less expensive price." track 11: but, too often, customers don't know to ask. and .. believe it or not .. pharmacists aren't supposed to tell them. sot: jay w/ hoey on cam 1 or on 2-shot or on wide q - "why can't pharmacists tell their customers, 'hey, this is going to be cheaper if you pay cash? / a - "they have these gag clauses that forbid them from talking to consumers." track 12: "gag clauses" like the one in this contract obtained by kare 11 saying pharmacists can get kicked out of an insurance network if they talk to the media or "sponsor's members" which means customers "without prior consent". sot: shadow: "by me giving this information out
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pharmacists are frightened about speaking out about insurance overcharges. sot: jay w/ shadow: q what would happen if you were kicked out of the network? / / a - "i mean it would literally shut the doors. .. destroying his business .. sot: shadow "it would be over." sot: congressional hearing that was jay ol- stad reporting. now here's the tougrt cash may not always help because experts say it generally doesn't count toward your deductible. so in the long run, you may be stuck.## pause for music getting kids to do their chores can be a struggle. but now there are apps that can reward kids - the digital way. kenneth craig shows you how they work. pkg "for dusting i'll get a dollar, for cleaning my bedroom i'll get 4 dollars." but kalla lively no longer gets cash..
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on-line with a site called ourly dot help. kalla's dad, derek, uploads the money... assigns the tasks... and waits for results. "now when its interactive and on a device its seems to make them more excited to do it." kalla takes before and after photos to prove the chores are done and then sends dad a text message. he approves the job and the money instantly appears in an online account. "so it gives them a sense of power and authority, and small tasks are getting done for dad -- win win." ourly dot help is just one of several websites. with chore monster parents make a list of chores and kids get points that can be used for rewards like toys or tv privledges. on the you rule app kids get coins which can be redeemed for things on their wishlist. ourly allows kids to cash in their money for a variety of online gift cards -- like amazon or i- tunes, or get money. "everything they do is digital we are allowing parents to understand that if you want to have a conversation about money with
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kalla's younger sister is starting to check the i-pad for her to-do list. "fun and easier way to do chores" charges for the the apps vary. chore monster is free and is funded by advertising ourly charges a small fee each time the account is reloaded. and lively says it's well worth it. kenneth craig, cbs news, new york. coming up tonight on 10 news and c-b-s. starting at 8:00, kevin can wait, followed by man with a plan at 8:30. at 9:00, 2ke girls. at 9:30, the odd couple. at 10:00, scorpion. then tune in to 10 news at 11. don't forget to stay up for the late show with stephen colbert and his guests don cheadle and katherine waterston. don't forget, you can always take 10 news with you just download the 10 news app. it's a fast look at breaking news, weather and traffic - and get alerts so you won't miss a thing. search wtsp 10 news in the app store now. a pretty cool
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you about. my dad was a family doctor in pinellas county for 55 years. he used to even take me on house calls. both my parents taught me to help others. that's why i believe in public service. as your governor we got things done, and if you send me to coren do it again. i'll protect social security and medicare. defend planned parenthood and women's health care. and i'll take care of our veterans. people first. always have, and always will. rm, flaky layers are on the inside. but let's just say it's more than ever. share the warmth of grands biscuits, now with even more flaky layers it's baking season. warm up with pillsbury. at progresso, we are now using 100% antibiotic and hormone-free
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someone swiped hunter jobbins "kit kat" candy bar from the cup holder of his unlocked car last weekend. the thief even left an apology note scribbled on a napkin - telling the kentucky state university student - he was sorry and hungry. hunter shared it on his twitter account where it went viral and caught the attention of the makers of kit-kat. they replaced his stolen chocolate bar ra over! hunter says he'd love to give the thief a big hug because it turned out to be really cool. he says he's going to focus a little bit more on school -- and a little bit less on candy from now on. ## coming up on 10 news this morning, hospitals on alert as a new deadly superbug is found
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left before the election, both candidates are battling for your vote here in florida. and black friday deals on thanksgiving. which stores plan to open on thanksgiving evening. we'll be back with another look at your weather and traffic, in three minutes. 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 lm judgment.d trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move.
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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. whenever something is not right mom is on it. trust us we know from experience. mom put her career on hold for us. to raise our family. she is a role model for everyone in our community.
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my dad was a family doctor in pinellas county for 55 years. he used to even take me on house calls. both my parents taught me to help others. that's why i believe in public service. as your governor we got things done, and if you send me to congress we can do it again. i'll protect social security and medicare. defend ped penthood and women's health care. and i'll take care of our veterans. i'm charlie crist and i approve this message because
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news this morning. i'm allison kropff. and i'm ian reitz. we are down to the very last day before we elect a new president. gop candidate donald trump is spending part of it right here in the tampa bay area as he tries to win your vote. 10news reporter emerald morrow is live in sarasota at robarts arena where trump will rally this morning. emerald, the fight for florida is getting tighter and


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