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>> it's the nastiest election she's ever seen, and she's been casting her ballot >> the race for the white house is shaping up to be another photo finish. >> we are less than an hour away from election day. will it be hillary clinton? . >> or donald trump? right now both candidates on the trail. hillary clinton is heading for philly for a midnight rally in raleigh, north carolina. donald trump and his supporters are rallying supporters now in grand rapids, michigan. earlier today, both camps spent time in florida.
state i love. >> it's been some campaign. they say it's the single greatest movement politically speaking in the history of this country. >> donald trump touting his florida ties as he spoke to nearly 5,000 people at sarasota hobart arena. this one of many stops for trump today, as he tried to sway voters in key states. >> we hold the sh the 21st century, and we need leadership to do that. so go out and vote. your destiny fends on it. >> [ music ]. >> both buffet and biden here in saint petersburg, telling youth to vote for clinton. as you may be deciding who
it's the 18th time she's voted in a presidential election, and says this has been the most memorable. news reporter colby robert son sat down with the 89-year-old who seen it all since the first time she voted in 1948. >> do you remember the first election that you voted in? . >> i was 21 years old. i was living in lynnbrooke, and our election place was the cigarette store around the corner. ago. minyon tiptef hasn't missed an election since. this year is no different, and at the same time, there's. >> there's so much news about it. >> can't escape it? . >> you can't. you really can't. >> reporter: have you seen an election quite like this? . >> not really. i haven't. you know, there's all this name calling and
they actually respect the other person, i think. and there isn't any in this election at all. >> reporter: thinking back upon all the elections you've been through, there's just nothing like it? . >> no i don't think so, really. >> reporter: so what happens on wednesday? do you have advice for us youngsters on how we can reach out to our neighbors or how we can come together? . >> well i think we all try. you can write to your congressman. >> reporter: courtney robinson, nnews. a powerful advertisement by a food brand set out to show how parties can agree on one thing: a love for a dog. the viral video used a social experiment, a woman dressed in an opposing candidate's t-shirt. she set out to find the owner of a lost dog. we cut down the 3-minute video
the message. >> i'm trying to find -- >> you're a hillary supporter, aren't you? . >> i am. >> are you a trump supporter? . >> what a beautiful dog. >> i've been a dog lover forever. >> we have our differences. everyone loves dogs. >> love of dogs brought people in the video together, and 10 john pactremolla, a love here might do the same thing. >> reporter: on election eve, i hit the trail. not the campaign trail, like everyone else. a bike trail. i wanted to take a poll. what would you vote as your favorite part of living in tampa bay? . >> beautiful out here. >> reporter: people just love being able to cast a line anytime. >> yes. i'm a photographer, so for me
>> reporter: tossing all politics aside -- >> probably this waterfront park here. >> just being surrounded by water. >> reporter: this boat was a landslide. >> has a nice cold -- >> reporter: -- that no matter what happens tomorrow, at the end of the day, politics won't get in the way paradise. pinellas county, wtsp. the first election day voters actually head to the polls in just about 55 minutes. three tiny new hampshire towns vote at midnight. for all your election day returns, join us on wts p.com and the 10 news app. you can also watch our expert analysis on facebook live. that is tomorrow night at 7. new information tonight, a third body has been found on the property of an
south carolina. forty-five-year-old todd kumet is charged with killing four people more than a decade ago at a motor-vehicle shop. he was arrested after a woman was found chained like a dog in a storage container on his property. he's also a suspect in at least three other murders, and facing numerous charges. investigators will continue their search of the property tomorrow. an unusual -- out of new york city. the woman you see here being taken into custody after ce of a subway train in times square. the 46-year-old victim was killed. police say the suspect has a history of psychiatric issues, and is being investigated for a similar attack last month. well the numbers are startling and even heart-breaking. parents, some of these numbers may even shock you. did you know about 49% of kids grades 4 through 12 reported being bullied at school at least once in
in august, a 13-year-old boy from staten island took his life after being bullied. it's a problem that can affect any one of your kids. and while you as a parent may try your best to intervene, jennifer tie us the shows you how a local marshal arts instructor is doing what he can to kick out bullying. >> reporter: during a marshal arts class in seminole, there's a lot to learn. but in between the chops, there's a message bigger than this mat. >> recently i've had two kids bullying me. it's not pleasant. >> reporter: tyler farasino is one of the more than 3 million kids bullied in school every year. >> it hurt his feeling, and it makes them feel really bad for who they are. >> reporter: and that's why he's here in this
bullying. >> don't lean. get this hand behind him. >> reporter: teaching kids like tyler how to fight back. jim grady said his class teaches students confidence. >> well, it's's a marshal arts class that incorporates anti-bullying instruction in the curriculum. understand, there's no quick fix to anti-bullying. >> reporter: graden says his class chops out every stage of bullying, from those who experienced it verbally and physically. >> you would be surprised how many parents come to me and bad story. just recently, a child -- he's new. middle school is the most common. ages between 12 and 14 is where you're going to find the most bullying. he just stands there with his lunch, and he gets punched in the stomach. >> reporter: graden's program is part of a nationwide movement to educate, inform, and help eradicate bullying. >> definitely boosts my confidence, and then i started having more friends to
me not to get bullied. >> reporter: colin jalan said he was mentally bullied in just the second grade. he's been taking this class now for the past several years. >> gives me confidence about myself. i should not be sad about who i am. >> all right. here we go. >> reporter: so with every kid and every chop and jab, the message these kids learn is bigger than any move >> great job, guys. high knuckle, high knuckle, high knuckle. >> reporter: jennifer tie us the, 10 news, wtsp. >> so many of us know what that's like. a closer look at the main things the anti-bullying program teaches your child, along with this: avoidance. we're talking about realistic ways to avoid being a target of bullying. we're also talking about this, assertiveness, how to stop bullying behavior.
visit this story at wtsp.com. well new tonight, in the search for the tampa bay mystery monkey number two. wildlife officials have been tracking the monkey for over a week now. the latest sighting in pinellas park, north of park boulevard, near 55th street. wildlife officials tranquilized the monkey, but now they can't find it. bo zimmer live in the newsroom. wrack this monkey be? >> reporter: hey there, research joy. you probably remember the mystery monkey, originally named cornelius. it went on for nearly four years. it's believed this one, this new monkey likely came from the same place, up near the capital area in silver spring. local trapper vernon yates working with fwc, once begun trying to locate and capture this latest monkey, most recently spotted this afternoon in pinellas park. >> we did shoot him with
we lost him. we couldn't find him. so he'll basically sleep the drugs off, and tomorrow it will be back on the run again. >> reporter: rag, to answer your question, he's probably still sleeping up in a tree. yates said, in any circumstances, you should not try to feed this monkey. if you spot the animal, you're urged to call fwc. 10 news, wtsp. tonight we're taking a look at one of several shootings that made ti weigh in on what went right and what went wrong. >> a real life snake on a plane. the video that will make you squirm. >> here in the weather center, i'm tracking the cool front that's headed our way by the middle part of
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trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? >> we 'seen a number of police officers who have been involved in questionable. jamir rice was killed after police were called about
playground in cleveland. the shooting and out come caused racial tension throughout the country. then, in september, a white female officer shot and killed an unarm black man in tulsa. officer betty shelby shot terrence crutcher after he was not responding to commands, and was walking away from her with his hands up. she has been charged with first- degree manslaughter. and last july, a man was shot in minnesota when police say he reached for something. the girlfriend captured most it live on facebook, and said he was licensed to carry a gun, and was reaching for his i.d.. many people say the reason that we're seeing more of these shootings are because of the cell phones. but what seems to be going wrong? is it racial issues, or is it bad training, or is it a lack of respect? i brought in a team of law enforcement experts to try to go over, as closely as possible, the police shooting that left an innocent 12-year-old dead. we wanted to try to find out
case and what cops could have done differently. here is their opinions, as we recreated two years after it happened. our first -- takes us to cleveland, ohio. two officers respond to a call about a man with a gun. >> reporter: we wanted to reenact this scenario with our team of experts. we asked retired fbi special agent oscar westerfield and retired captain al doming of the pinell county sheriff's reenactment and give us an incentive. >> right here, the officer in the passenger seat jumps from the patrol unit, and fires immediately, shooting and killing the young boy. >> what's the first thing that popped out at you that concerned you? . >> proximity. >> proximity? . >> too close, way too close. >> reporter: both law enforcement veterans say the officer should not have pulled up directly to the suspect. that placed the two-man unit in a compromising position. >> you don't have a lot of
making. and you can come one a really bad decision. not only put your partner in danger; but if that had been an active shooter, he turned around and started shooting, not only would we have to be accountable for the officers who were already in the line of fire, but what about the projectiles that were fired? where do they go in the neighborhood? somebody else would have been shot. >> reporter: you think this is a training issue? . >> it is a training issue. >> it's a training issue. >> reporter: in the next en differently. >> get down on the. drop the gun. >> turn around. turn around. >> put your hand on your head. >> you don't have a lot of space to do your decision making. >> reporter: right. and you can come one a really bad decision if you feel compelled, because you're so close to the subject, you're going to have to do something. >> reporter: this shooting was investigated and deemed justifiable by prosecutors. now, the city of cleveland ended up paying the
in the end, though, the issue of additional training should be addressed by the police department and hopefully prevent another tragedy like this from happening again. now, as you know, tomorrow night is election night. but we're not done looking at high-profile shooting incidents. wednesday night at 11:00, we look at the case of an unarmed man in tulsa who was shot and killed by an officer. well, you've heard of the movie "snakes on a plane"; but for ss flight to mexico, it was all too real and all too scary. a video recorded by a passenger shows, yeah, incredibly, 5-foot-long green viper just slithering above the seats before suddenly, wait for it, dropping down and just dang ling. >> get me off the plane. >> no kidding. officials at aero mexico said the flight --
the airline is investigating how that snake got on to that plane. alerting you, protecting your family in time for 10 weather. >> items in the overhead bin may shift during flights. all right, guys. here we are, the eve of election, and we have some fantastic weather to talk about. voting tomorrow is not going to be an issue. kind of cool if you haven't been outside last couple hours. we're at 69 degrees. but we're going down to about 64. this morning we were 67. a couple degrees cooler than where you were. it is earlier out there. look at the sunset today from our sun trust financial building in downtown tampa. man, it was gorgeous. nice clouds out there. from time to time, obviously, making for some great color. we're going to expect more of the same tomorrow. the sun in the morning will be more prominent than in the afternoon. we'll just get a couple clouds, like yesterday. things have really cleared out now. plenty of stars out there for this evening.
forecast is for some cooler numbers. right now, we're at 69 in tampa, 58, though, in brooksville. we've already cooled down. 63 in lakeland, 66 in bradenton. the winds are going lighter. they were breezy at types today. they're getting calm now. put that together with some clear skies. we're going to cool off. going 64 in tampa and sarasota, 61 in lakeland, 68 in crystal river. some spots actually a little cooler than that. here's the forecast for tomorrow: lot of few clouds. yeah, no excuse weather wise at least not to get out and to vote. temperatures will be a lot like they were today, which means right around 82 degrees. we made 81 today officially. sun's up at 6:47, as i mentioned. down at 5:41. if you're voting after work or doing anything after work, the 2nd day of getting back to work, darkener the evenings. we talked about a cool front coming. that's wednesday afternoon and evening hours. it's a weak one, and our only hope for rain is some of this moisture out in the
i don't think it's going to happen. cooler, drier air is coming in wednesday night to thursday morning. that will keep us in the upper 70s to low 8 0s through the weekend. latest models are saying we could get another shot of cooler air sunday into sunday night. right now we're going to get -- about 75 degrees for rib fest friday. rib fest goes through saturday and sunday as well. hue we louis and the news friday night on stage at 8:30. there's that 7-day forecast. looks great. the numbers could get cooler sunday and monday. we'll a florida based beer and gourmet burger chain is expanding to downtown st. pete. >> ford's garage restaurant moving into the former rally's inn location. ford garage restaurants are styled like provision era service stations for old model ts and model a cars. the chain opened its first barrier location in brandon last year. the menu includes comfort food,
cocktails, and more than 150 kinds of bottled beer. set to open the summer of 2017. >> need a cheering during that story. >> that sounds appetizing. speaking of downtown st. pete, the cross state fair,
obviously, first week of it. >> right. >> i got a taste of it. i took it to the lightning game on saturday. it was awesome. my first-hand experience.
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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. so we ask... mr. buesing, will you do anything to win? anything? to beat this woman.
donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f---
themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blng out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
>> here's what you need to know from tonight's cleveland loss to florida. john marcecho has been -- out. in 13 games, he has 13 point. here's what you need to see from andrew polat, coached it in. after the whisk from alex petrovich. both to come against the panthers. the star of the night, roberto ulongo. he was masterful. that ends a 4-game losing streak to win. the 440th of his career. bolts were 0-3 on the power play against ulongo on the night. if you're thinking of going to a game in st. pete, give the cross ferry a try.
well worth the try. >> let's see what this cross bay ferry is all about. taking it for the first time, heading to the lightning game. should be a lot of fun. you guys are coming along for the ride. think of the experience so far? . >> we love it. we hope it's very successful. >> so go lightning. . >> reporter: who's your favorite player on the lightning? . >> [ indiscarnible ]. >> all right. >> reporter: rate it? twenty-five. >> reporter: right here is where we got off the
amalea arena. it is that close, guys. the cross bay ferry is awesome. >> i'm going to do that. i'm a little bit biased, because i live in st. pete, but that was -- the experience was so fantastic. it was affordable. they start serving, by the way, on fridays when they get their liquor license. >> watch out. >> it was fun. there were lot of lightning fans it was a beautiful ride, right at sunset. >> i love that. it was awesome. >> how cool is that. >> great story. maybe we'll all go on a ride
he's an australian -- >> yeah. >> steve irwin. he coaxed the large reptile out of the reptile. there he is. >> is that smart? . >> i guess you look in her size. if they start getting bigger. >> oh, man. i want to see her face, what it looks like. >> apparently she said yes. >> . >> that's a whole other story. 's
>> yesterday "the new york times" reported that donald trump's staff took away his twitter account. the following is a cartoon reenactment of his >> all right. here we go. all right. all right. 3:00 a.m., time for a tweet storm. let's see what i can pinch out. "crooked hillary along with jay-z and beyonce-z totally incited violence at my rallies. sad. hashtag "99 problems and hillary is all of them." end tweet. kellyanne, i can't tweety tweet. >> donald, i told you.