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the election of president-elect donald trump continue, but what do they hope to accomplish? president-elect trump met with president obama for the first time thursday to discuss the transition. the new president has lead to sandess, concern and rage a advocates. good morning and welcome to "10 news early morning." i'm allison kropff. lets get a look at #10weather with meteorologist ashley batey. for the second
protests over the election of donald trump continued. several groups-- gathered right here in the tampa bay area. but with the to accomplish? 10news reporter beau zimmer is was in ybor city -- and talked to many of these protestors. from the streets of ybor. to downtown tampa. a number of protests breaking out across the city. members of the black lives matter movement. teaming up with other organizations. at one point sitting down to chant and block traffic. 27:30 the power of the people won't stop. downtown at the
echoed through the streets. 15:18 a lot of people are frustrated. a lot of people have had it up to here with our system. we are not happened with donald trump as president. he needs to be removed. that's what we're out here to get. and while others acknowledge that's unlikely to happen. many are just hear to send a message. 18:11 my goal is to instill in people that love is love. and trump can't do anything about it. and while many. this is their first time voting in an election. vietnam veteran. and former pow. john parsels. has seen this all before. 10:28 i think its similar. but then it was about war and now its about the presidency which is a lot bigger problem. and while the crowd did run into trump supporters throughout the night. others say they're proud to see so many. making sure their voices are heard. 12:34 its really important for these young people.
ours. to know that we support them. that not every baby boomer votes for trump. beau zimmer, 10news wtsp. and its not just here in tampa bay. thousands from coast to coast hit the streets in protest. they flooded streets and shut down interstates in major cities including denver, minneapolis, and portland, oregon. they say they are angry trump will be the next president. on twitter thursday, the president-elect called the demonstrators quote "professional protesters, incited by the media." president-elect trump met with president obama for the first time thursday during a 90-minute meeeting at the white house. they talked about the transition of power. the president is urging americans to support their new leader. mr.
mr. trump also met with house speaker paul ryan and senate majority leader mitch mcconnell. he promised immigration reform and healthcare will be his top priorities when he takes office. by the way -- mr and mrs. trump will sit down with "60 minutes'' for their first post election interview this sunday, right here on cbs and 10 news. this morning - fears flood the l- g-b-t-q community - terrified what a trump administration could mean for the progress they've made toward equality. 10news reporter kendra conlon looks at how the election results - could rollback their rights.
there was an extremely large police presence east of lake parker in lakeland. new information is just coming in about a shooting, where 2 deputies killed a suspect off delrose drive north. the sheriff says the 53 year old man shot his mother 2 times in the legs. they shot him after breaking up a fight with his brother. investigators
pacuirck had become frustrated with his mother and that's when he armed himself with 2 weapons. the deputies involved are on leave. veterans who fought for our freedom are the bravest americans. but they can also be among our most vulnerable. 10news and our broadcast partners across the country have focused a spotlight on issues affecting our veterans. it's called charlie foxtrot. not only do vets have to ba problems when they return home, but they also have to sometimes battle an endless maze of red tape to get help. and the price of failure is great, often suicide. tonight at 5:00 p-m, we dedicate an hour to our service members, exposing a problem and work with you to find answers. don't miss, "charlie foxtrot" tonight at 5:00 on 10 news. and this morning, we dig into another problem affecting vets seeking help for p- t-s-d. this one, discovered by the 10investigates team
10 investigates' noah pransky found the bay pines system wasn't following federal laws when it came to getting veterans mental health care. much like the missions he served during the vietnam war.....george barbour is on a mission to help his fellow veterans fight a war at home. the military was their job and when they come back they're lost. barbour is a va whistleblower who worked at bay pines. he's also a veteran who's wrestled with the mental challenges of coming back from war himself. and he turned to 10investigates earlier this year after he says va supervisors were allowing uncertified counselors to work with veterans suffering from p-t- s-d. we need to have the best care for these individuals they sacrificed a lot for us. the va has a program called "peer specialists," where veterans who have recovered from ptsd themselves are trained to help their peers still struggling with it. it's such an important program that president obama signed an executive order in 2012 expanding it...and improving oversight. but 10investigates discovered the va wasn't following
guidelines, failing to confirm counselors' certifications, as well as their federally-required continuing education. they don't check. they take my word for it that i have these certificates the va denied multiple interview requests.... and it wasn't terribly forthcoming with our records requests. but we did prompt change, as they're now getting those counselors trained better, and sidelining those who aren't yet up- to-speed. barbour says he thinks it's happening all across the country...which echoes the findings from the 10news investigative network, which doctors performing tens of thousands of traumatic brain injury tests on veterans! in an email, va told us peer specialist program is "supplementary to all of the other wonderful therapeutic activities" provided to veterans with mental health issues. and it comes with extra scrutiny and oversight. but this whistleblower says it isn't always the case for these specialists with intimate access to our vulnerable veterans. i'm a veteran. i care about these kids they're my future. without them, where we going to be in twenty years from now when
country? noah pransky, 10 investigates this story - along with our stunning series, "charlie foxtrot," can be found right now on wtsp.com. we have a lot to get to coming up at 5 on 10 news this morning.. ian is in the newsroom with what we are working on this morning. traffic is back up and running on an road in orlando after an unsual incident. the massive effort it took to make sure these bald eagles were safe after being trapped in a drainage ditch. dont' want to miss. what you need to know about next week's supermoon. we are working on all those stories, plus ashley has your weekend forecast and hilary is checking on your roads. that's all coming up in 20 minutes. still to come here on 10 news early morning, police and citizens coming face to face- and sometimes things go terribly wrong. we've been looking at some recent controversial police shootings and trying to show you- with just a few small changes- outcomes could be so different.
traffic stops! we see it all the time. police and citizens coming face to face- and sometimes things go terribly wrong. this week- we've been looking at some recent controversial police shootings- and trying to show you- with just a few small changes- outcomes could be so different. we have worked with a team of former law enforcement about what c h three deaths. and hopefully can save other lives.. pkg "this next scenario happened in minnesota, it shows you need to comply when an officer gives you an order...you have to comply! take a look how played out. in-12:04 file video this video went viral of the shooting that happen july of this year. philando castile and his girlfriend were pulled over during a traffic stop. while officer jeronimo yanez was checking out the two he believed castile might be a
suspect. during the traffic stop ,philando told the officer he had a gun permit and reached for his wallet. officer yanez then shot castile several times. castile's girlfriend then captured the moment live on facebook. nats here.... in our re-enactment we show how the scene went down. we approached the car and as you can see the officer placed himself in a compromising position, directly in front of the suspect. at first the suspect makes an abrupt move. sot in-19:52:00 once they state i have a gun and gun permit then there shouldn't be any movement. in-19:36:20 even though the man was reaching for his wallet the officer doesn't know that. nats sound.... shots were fired when castile reached for his wallet. the officer later stated he thought the suspect was reaching for a gun. nat sound.... in-20:23:00 irregardless of how you feel, you have to comply with what he says. you have to follow what the officer is saying.
listen and follow the officers orders. hands up where the officer can see them and no fast movements or reaching in the car. this sort of action will make any officer sense a threat is immenint. in-19:36:00 he put his hands where you can see them, that is extremely important police reports show castile was licensed to carry and had a gun permit. police have conducted an internal review of the shooting and prosecutors are charges might be filed. do you have a favorite homemade recipe? maybe you've shared it with friends-- or even online in a facebook group. well one woman is warning others this morning -- you better not sell it, unless you have a permit! this mother of six in california is facing 3 years in jail and thousands of dollars in fines -- for selling homemade ceviche through a facebook group. an investigation was opened someone claimed they got sick from something sold in the group.
women were arrested for selling foods illegally without permits. she says she was just doing this as a hobby and doesn't even profit off of it. but the d-a's office says its a health and safety concern because of the possibility of food-borne illnesses. ruelas says she was just doing this as a hobby and doesn't even profit off of it. but the d-a's office says its a health and safety concern becaof she goes to trial next month and could face thousands of dollars in fines and up to 3 years in jail. illnesses. she goes to trial next month and could face thousands of dollars in fines and up to 3 years in jail. today is a day to say thank you to veterans and active military members. we have some photos that you shared with us in honor of veterans day. coming up tonight on 10 news coming up tonight on 10 news and c-b-s. starting at 8:00, macgyver, followed by hawaii five-o at 9:00. at 10:00, blue bloods.
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coming up on 10 news this morning, protests against donald trump's election as coming up on 10 news this morning, protests against donald trump's election as president continue as marchers walked through the streets of many cities. resturants across the country are showing their across the country are showing their support to veterans by offering free and discounted meals. with christmas just around the corner, that means the iconic rockefeller christmas tree is going to be up in new york city. we'll be back with another look at your weather and traffic, in three
good morning and welcome to 10 news this morning. i'm allison kropff. and i'm ian reitz. another night of protests across the nation in response to our president- elect donald trump. demonstrators in red and blue states alike once again took their frustration to the streets. 10news reporter emerald morrow is live in ybor city where local protesters filled the streets. emerald, this anger doesn't seem to be going anywhere anytime soon.