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anything you'd wish to say? >> not at this time. >>reporter: the 45-year-old realtor confessed to killing four people in a motorcycle shop in spartanburg county in 2003. one of them was the shop's owner scott ponder.>> i had made peace. >>reporter: his wife melissa beckman got the call saturday. it was a detective calling with she said todd kohlhepp was a disgruntled customer and credits kala brown for his capture. >> if she had not been found alive we would not be having this interview.>>reporter: todd kohlhepp was arrested thursday, investigator discovered brown chained up like a dog inside a metal storage container on the rural south carolina property. they later found her boyfriends remains nearby.
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bodies were buried, one has been found.>> he didn't want to neighbors or friends. >>reporter: 30 years ago todd kohlhepp was convicted in arizona kidnapping and raping a 14-year-old girl. he was 15 at the time, they sent him to prison for 10 years, when he got out he registered as a sex offender and moved to south, lehner -- carolina. yesterday the judge told him, you are facing the penalty. under investigation right now are reviews for products on amazon that may have been written by him a padlock, the user wrote solid lock have five on a shipping container, won't stop them but it will slow them down until they are too old to care. about a knife, the same user wrote, haven't stabbed anyone
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dream alive and when i do it will be with the quality tool like this. if neighbors had read that, his neighbors may have thought something suspicious was going on. they say they had no idea that he did not look like someone they would expect to be accused of a crime. jennifer titus went to ask an expert. how can you spot a serial killer?>>reporter: take a look at todd kohlhepp. he was a realtor, a pilot and he doesn't look like a local professor says psychopath is a trait you can't spot.>> if they were that easy to detect based on what they looked like, there is no description of a serial killer. there is no physical description. when it comes to the mind of a serial killer, things that the average person would pick up on, probably not.
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cold and callous and the start young. the behaviors that they engage in as a child or fire setting, bedwetting and killing animals. those three things are scary as a child and can't predict what kind of person they will become. >>reporter: is there a cure, if someone is displaying these traits at a young age can you care these thou >> they are very resistant to change. they go into adults and they don't see anything wrong.>> only 1% falls into the description of psychopath. to look at all the unsolved murders and those might be committed by a person smarter than the average psychopath. jennifer titus 10news wtsp.
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election results start rolling in. watch election coverage tonight including candidates making campaign stops.>> local polling places are getting ready for a big turnout.>> we want your thoughts with just one day left to go, grab your phone or your tablet and logon to /vote now. >> you can see the website on the bottom of your screen. >> the firsqu candidate do you think will benefit the most from early voting in florida? early voting numbers hit a high during -- 6 1/2 million people voted early. that's more than half of all registered voters in florida. you won't see any of the results until tomorrow. we do know, early voting break down by party. 40% democrats, 38% republican
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votes will help the most? the results have been coming in and our poll found, right here you are seeing it, 67% overwhelming majority say hillary clinton. 33% for donald trump. keep voting on tran13/vote now. we will ask another question and just a few minutes. one last big push for candidates. clinton and trump are hitting the big three states as final stops in florida, north carolina, pennsylvania and new temperature -- new hampshire. joe biden is live at the buffet campaign at albert whitted
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>>reporter: hillary clinton is pulling out all of the stops, vice president joe biden just talked about a contract for what he would see is a trump presidency for versus clinton presidency. jimmy buffett is singing right now and he is imploring you to vote. the crowd is gathered and emotions are running gh the crowd is arguing with a crackling trump supporter. today is a final push to get you to vote. the clinton and trump campaign snow it comes down to your decision. if hillary wins florida it's mathematically over for donald trump. that's why her campaign has
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>> it's not only my love of jimmy buffett, it's also about hillary clinton and hopefully her getting elected tomorrow and being the first woman president.>>reporter: we just got done with the first song and you might wonder why we're seeing joe biden instead of hillary clinton. florida has had such a long early voting period, we already have half of the electote the bank. hillary clinton is in philadelphia, where there aren't any early voting opportunities. we will hear from jimmy buffett at 6:00. live in st. pete. donald trump was in sarasota.
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to sarasota for a second time in years to an even more energized crowd. more than 5000 people packed robards arena. jessica has been at seven rallies. >> it's all about politics. 100%. >>reporter: there were hispanics >>reporter: for many he is the outsider. >> we are going to drain the swamp.>>reporter: america needs a leader.>> i'm not a politician. my only special interest is you.>>reporter: spending his own money in his own time. >> i would rather give him the chance than give them another
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economic plan to lower taxes and bring that jobs.>> black people need jobs, that will stop the inner-city problems. don't be a child vote for trump. >> we will make america great again.>>reporter: isabel mascare?as, 10news wtsp. you just heard from both sides, but with we want to know what you think the day after will be like. this is your second chance to share your opinion life, had to tran13/vote now. once the results are in, how do you think you will feel about the 2016 election. will you feel relieved, angry, it depends on the winner? let us know what you think at you can see some reactions are already on your screen. your reactions will be part of
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have a's twelve-step plan to break down voter fatigue. it seems like a cold could be something more dangerous. doctors are warning about a serious virus that is spreading fast. don't take democracy for granted. a woman shares her emotional experience voting for the first ti dana young. for things she never terrible ads did.cking our mom 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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my family doctor in he used to even take me on house pinellas coucalls.r 55 years. 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 p penthood and women's health care. 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.
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? ? lookin' out on the morning rain ? ? i used to feel so uninspired ? ? and when i knew i had to face another day ? ? lord, it made me feel so tired ? ? before the day i met you, life was so unkind ? ? you're the key to my piece of mind ? donald trump: she ate like a pig. does she have a fat ass? absolutely. boob job is terrible. she's a slob. lips are too big, solid 4. disgusting pig.
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no matter what happens tomorrow, it's important for all of us to remember just how lucky we are to live in a
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in a vested for the first time. she decided to talk about the experience and what voting means to her. watch. >> to me it's a privilege. i was born in moscow, i immigrated to the country and my first election was in 2008. i had just become a citizen. i was proud to go vote. i didn't do the mail in ballots. i went to my polling place, i wanted to know how it felt to actually matter. to be heard and for my voice to count. i touched that machine ever so gently to make sure i was doing
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i apologize, this is emotional for me even still. when i watched the inauguration of my first president, i cried. it was embarrassing, i was on the treadmill at the gym. i am a public higher. i looked at him and i said out loud, this is my president. russia is a place where strong vocal members of opposition are mysteriously or not so mysteriously killed in the streets and in the heart of the city. being a journalist is danger list -- dangerous. it's not all bad, i choose. i am lucky enough to be able to choose to live here. i'm an american. i raised my family here. i vote here. it makes me mad when people are
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when they say it's not important or they won't participate because they are mad and nothing will change. i am passionate about our democracy. i am excited to cast my ballot, because i cannot wait to be heard. i know it matters and i'm certain i will count.>> make your voices heard. >> that hits home for me. my mother and father emigrated from hong kong. they taught election, they worked so hard for an opportunity to go to the polls. >> we have to go out and make our voices heard.>> we don't think about what others have to think about. i see that i think she gets it but then i think of the grizzled americans that are
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with.>> there are those that will who just go in and make a decision.>> did you already vote? we all early voted.>> i studied. >> i was relieved. we have had some fantastic weather and that will continue. we have another cold front on the way for the middle part of the week. the problem is, it is and i don't see much rain in the forecast, even with the next front. there's a small chance. there is nothing now. there are clouds, we have some coming in from the northeast in some coming from the northwest. those are the higher winds. this is no rain. we will stay dry with fantastic temperatures and humidity wise.
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building view. a beautiful sunset with those clouds, it will make a nice 175 from lakeland to mulberry to bartow to carol would. sarasota almost 80 degrees. we are in the upper 70s. it was breezy, the winds will calm down and tomorrow won't be quite as breezy. we had some gusts earlier in the 20s. the dew feel as the humidity. 54 degrees is comfortable. it will come back up overnight tonight. by wednesday and thursday another front comes through in that number gets knocked into the lower 50s. tonight more of the same, sunsetting at 5:41 pm. 23 minutes from now and going
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overnight. bustout forecast nice and dry for the kids, convertibles and motorcycles are good to go tomorrow. we stay dry. afternoon and early evening hours no problems. the evening commute looks nice with more sunshine around tomorrow then today. the evening commute might have more sun. your election day forecast, temperatures around a mix of sun and clouds, comfortable all the way through. as we are tracking a cold front , we watch moisture across the gulf of mexico and you can see it trying to move east. the frontal common help you get? out. by the time the front gets here wednesday, this is wednesday morning and you can see the front over the panhandle. in the afternoon, we cannot get
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10% to 20% chance of rain along the immediate coast. this may change. bottom line, it looks like a dry frontal passage, cooler, drier air starting thursday and taking us into the weekend, rib fest. 72 in the morning and 75 at 5:00 and huey lewis and the news will be there friday night. i will be judging the ribs at noon here is your 7-day forecast, veterans day coming up friday, never forget that. we are going to have a gorgeous day. the weekend looks fantastic, it stays in the 70s this weekend. a marine unit deputy is used to making rescues on the water, this one he will never forget. take a look, that's a baby deer stranded in the canal under a
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stuck there all day on saturday. deputy kelly worked to get the dell out of the water. they rope to onto the boat and
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amily doctor in he used to even take me on house pinellas coucalls.r 55 years. 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 parenthood and women's health care. 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.
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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 why are out-of-state billionaires attacking amendment 1? because amendment 1... stops. their. subsidies. with amendment 1, you don't pay i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. people in the upper echelons of the military are very concerned about the things that mr. trump has already said he's going to ask the military to do. chris matthews: talking of maybe using nuclear weapons, nobody wants to hear that about an american president. well, then, then why are we making them?
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went to advise donald trump, and three times he asked, "if we have them, why can't we use nuclear weapons?" [scoff] of virus you may have heard of, doctors warned about the spread of rsv. this is our three-month-old ari.
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all children's hospital diagnosed with a respiratory virus known as rsv. it causes infections of the lungs and respiratory tract. sometimes they are similar to a cold and doctors want parents to know about rsv and how contagious it is.>> it causes more problems in very young children, the smaller your airway is the more inflammation can cause increased breathing. we worry about it and children younger than three months.>> doctor say the best thing is to wash her hands and keep any baby under three months away from anyone who might be carrying the virus. new developments in the battle over epipen prices. there's a cheaper alternative
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families? freebies and cheapies. where you can get back first, lunch, dinner and dessert on election day. new at 6:00, this video will warm your heart. a high school football player who was sidelined after an accident gets back on the field. here how their show of support has him and his family affected. you have seen the latest fad in talking about the mannequin challenge.>> a group of phrases and one person walks through recording video. our crew joined in on the fun. i think they just have to much fun. you saw ashley there and our
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morning crew. >> they put music to it and i love the effort.>> there is hillary.
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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 i'll protect social security and medicare. defend parenthood and women's health care. 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. under state attorney mark ober's watch,
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he declined to prosecute a man who forced a girl into sexual slavery, even bthe ctim. ober: she was with him voluntarily. our community deserves new leadership. andrew warren, an experienced prosecutor, 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. 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.
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a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. 10news at 5:30 starts right now. the presidential election is in the home stretch. for some voters it has taken a toll. both sides of the aisle have anxiety and stress. more than half of voters say it is a significant source of stress. >> we are helping you battle back from election fatigue. so much emotion in the results,


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