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to. in any case. >> bad idea. >> reporter: he says putting that drive in your computer, tablet, or phone is a recipe for digital disaster. a new rapidly spreading program called bad usb. virtually undetectable, hijacking your info, your camera, even holding your device for ransom. >> it's a danger that people have never had to think about before. >> reporter: thumb drives are so cheap now that they are binary bait left at coffee shops, on college campuses, libraries, and more. in australia talk about devious deception, police there had to issue a warning after hundreds of thumb drives were sent to people's mailboxes. >> getting something in the mail you think it's free and blank. >> reporter: in a recent experiment, nearly 300usb drives were left on a college campus. half the students who found them put them right into their computers. >> you are on a budget anyway.
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>> reporter: the best way to protect yourself, say experts, consider using online storage. but if you have to use a thumb drive, make sure it's from a trusted source or purchase at retail in a sealed package. in tampa, eric glasser, 10news wtsp. >> the thumb drive warning is so new, experts say it could take up to ten years for them to figure out how to protect drives like that from malicious software. tech website cnet calls ransomware the hottest hacking trend the average ran some demand to get your files back 300 bucks, but even then you might not get them back. we cannot stress this enough. back up your files, and often. now to something that's got you speaking up online and at the dinner table. a star wide receiver for the bucks takes issue with president-elect donald trump. take a look at the moment we're talking about. you can see there the bucs players and the bears players
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hearts during the national anthem. on the right in the highlight there is wide receiver mike evans sitting down. his eyes looking too the ground. a bunch of fans booed in the stands, and one man was so upset over that he actually set his mike evans jersey on fire after the game on his grill. only on 10news now adam james says he won't support the bucs player any more, especially since this game is dedicated in honor of veterans. >> to do that right there was embarrassing. i was actually embarrassed to be a bucs fan. >> now, of course, not everyone was this upset. others we spoke with said evans had every right not to participate during the national anthem. >> you got to respect this man's wishes. i don't think that he should be penalized or punished for something. that's just how he feels, you know? >> you wanted to know, did evans even float so we did some
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or did not. checks this out. lewis murphy posted this picture on instagram which posted who voted? mike evans replied no. ryan bass just spoke with bucs coach dirk koetter about evans' behavior. you can hear his reaction in just about 15 minutes. true form in his first tv interview as president-elect, donald trump makes some comments that are surprising some of his supporters. >> let me obamacare, which you say you are going to repeal and replace. when you replace it, are you going to make sure that people with preconditions are still covered? >> yes. it happens to be one of the strongest assets. also with the children living with their parent for an extended period, we are going to very much try to keep that. >> on the campaign trail mr. trump was gung-ho, repeal and replace the affordable care
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salvageable parts. that's the difference between campaigning and governing. nearly every politician changes. look at this. >> read my lips. no new taxes. >> i have said repeatedly that i intend to close guantanamo. >> that was president george h.w. bush before he signed new taxes into law, and presid promises that they made that weren't kept. some other broken promises. in 1981, president ronald reagan said he would pass a constitutional amendment to allow prayer in schools. and in 1992, president bill clinton, he promised a national healthcare system. so at this point while some watching president-elect trump might be scratching their head, with that backpedaling, we have a long history of patients not necessarily living up to their
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in east tampa this morning a community woke up to anti-trump messages in their neighborhood. look at this video here. boy. some choice words spray-painted on two homes along brian road there. a fire bass -- was also set. police are trying to figure out who is responsible. we will keep you posted on that investigation. to citrus county where a huge hole swallowed it was because of a water main break. you can see it completely destroyed this man's car. casey cumley shows you how the driver was able to get out safely. >> i was in shock for a minute. >> reporter: understandable considering milwaukee jaques' 2003 hyundai was swallowed up in a hole. >> you could see the road
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>> reporter: it was still darkened he couldn't tell anything was wrong with the road. at the time he never thought about his own safety. just getting out. >> you know, now that i think it about it, i should have been. i was more so like in dename. i didn't think -- i was like this is crazy. >> first thing i thought when i came outside is, oh god, don't tell me we have a sinkhole. >> they have not returned our calls. >> i am out of a vehicle now. that sucks. >> reporter: jaques is glad he was alone and nobody got hurt. casey cumley, 10news wtsp. >> now, tonight the neighborhood has water again because the hole has been filled and crews are working to fix the road. when the price of the epipen went from $27 to more
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manufacturer accountability. but 10investigates along with our partners discovered the practice is widespread. we discovered there are hundreds of drugs which have increased in price. more than 70% over the past five years. part of the project is the big pharmaceutical companies spend millions on campaign contributions. that includes giving $366,000 since 2012 to the committee investigating the epipen price not affect their decision. >> do you think accepting hundreds of thousands of dollars from drug companies is a -- >> look, we have -- absolutely i do not. we have laws that limit how much everybody can give and who they can give to. i abide by the law. if you find any place i haven't, you call me up. otherwise, that's a moot point. >> you know what? even if it doesn't, it looks really bad. can anything be done to keep those pharmaceutical companies from making excessive profits on the people who need
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healthy? our series of reports begins tonight on "10news at 11". there is more to come on "10news at 6". including holiday music before thanksgiving. get ready to vote. is that too early? plus. >> i mean, they are cute, right? most people wouldn't accept raccoons as a pet. next, what happened when were invited inside. the pattern shifting. some of that cooler air in canada is diving to the south and east. i will let you know if we get any tv coming up in my full forecast. i am ryan bass live outside of one buccaneer place where the fallout continues from mike evans' anthem protest. why dirk koetter is disappointed in 10sports. "10news this morning" is
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have you ever caught yourself doing he is trying to swat that raccoon away with a broom from his garbage. i have done this. in fact, i probably look like a crazy man. i had the broom in my hand running down the sidewalk in my socks trying to get this thing away from my garbage can, right? okay. there are more to these animals than you would think. one local woman in a neighborhood you wouldn't expect has raccoons all over
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shows you why she considers them pets. >> reporter: raccoons are smelly, a nuisance, and some are even dangerous. okay. you probably hate them like i do. when i found out about someone taking care of them, i had to see it for myself. >> they are so cute. >> reporter: marilyn waldorf might change your opinion of this. she lives in a normal tarpon springs neighborhood, but definitely does not have a normal home. >> it balances out my life. started taking in rescue animals, and her specialty became racoons. now she has more than a dozen in her home. one of flew floridians with a license to turn her house into a animal shelter. she says they might be pesky, when really we have taken over their habitat. once she raises them, she prepares them to go back into the wild. >> they need a lot of attention, and we just love to
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>> reporter: one is jeff, who often brings her little babies. >> like a kitten. >> come on. >> i will pet it. >> middle of the night, she stunt care. she gets up at 3, 4:00 in the morning, and say bring them up here. >> reporter: there is a lot to learn about raccoons. >> they are very clean. they are very smart. they are not good pets, but i feel a need for the sick, the injured, and the orphans. >> reporter: next time yo a little nicer to fellow mammal won't hurt. in tarpon springs, garin flowers, 10news wtsp. >> you know, i had one in my swimming pool before. but i never used a broom to chase it away. >> i feel bad. i should have been a little nicetory this raccoon. >> no, no, no. you have so much street cred now. >> run downing the street with a broom with -- running down
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socks. >> marilyn does this in her free time. >> i have her card. she loves them so much, though she will say that she does not have any raccoons in the houses she helps people buy. >> yeah, that's a good thing. >> nice thing to know. bobby, i mean, we're -- >> raccoons, man. >> where is your raccoon story? >> mine is an armadillo story. they dig under the house. >> oh, man. >> i don't want to offe armadillos. i am not the biggest fan. i don't want them to dig underneath the house. that is a big issue. >> yep. >> they say you put wine bottles. empty wine bottles in the holes that they dig and cover it up with dirt. so when they dig down, once they get to the wine bottles it slips off their paws. there you go. a fact that you did not know. [ laughter ] i don't know if
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we need the rain really bad. we are only getting a very little bit of it but i don't want to complain about it. i don't want to say soggy, because it's so light, but some of this is coming down pretty good. hernando county seeing most of it now, especially on the county line and points southward. you take u.s. 19 this evening, you are gonna run into a little bit of rain there. crystal river a couple sprinkles still there. most of the it will be to the south. now, polk county -- excuse me, pasco county, the southern part is going t couple of hours. it will be spotty. like what you are seeing here in pinellas county, indian rocks, madeira, pinellas park, a couple of sprinkles here. we have had several waves in the northern part of pinellas over towards tarpon and east lake and mcmullin booth road area. that is moving through east tampa a couple of sprinkles through thonotosassa. now you get a break. it will be light up i-4. lake
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this whole line is shifting southward. eventually we will get more into sarasota county, which manatee county we have had a couple good sprinkles for the beaches. downtown bradenton as well. that's moving off to the east. so overnight tonight, and it will take a while, three, four, five in the morning to get all of this to move off towards the south. obviously, that means we have got a lot of clouds. if you are trying to do the supermoon tonight, not much of a shot for us. take a look at macdill air force we are not talking about a lot of rain coming in here, but a couple sprinkles for sure. the front has come through for the most part. it's bound to venice right now. north and northwest winds 5 to 10 miles per hour. we are falling now down to the 60s with a couple of 70s left over. sarasota at 71 with sebring. most areas in the 60s, including all of pinellas and all of hillsborough county. davis island on the water there at 70 degrees. even that temperature will tom.
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shot at seeing it. but the full moon was this morning. about 221,000 miles from earth. that goes up to about 252,000 miles. a difference of about 30,000 miles from the closest to the farthest. that's one of the reasons it looks big -- big -- bigger to us. that's two, three, four in the morning. watch this. as we get close to the morning commute 7:00, a couple of sprinkles are left over. by the afternoon the clouds get out of here. i think clouds in the morning and sunshine late in the day. temperature-wise we will go to 76 for a daytime high tomorrow. now, seven-day forecast gets interesting. we have another front. we are dry all the way through friday, even into saturday afternoon. 10% chance for that front. look at the difference. almost 80 on saturday. 70 on sunday. monday we may not get out of the 60s. some of the coolest air we have
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yeah! >> let's halt that for a moment. the look on mark's face it i think maybe says it all. is it too soon for holiday music or not? is it the right timing? it's a debate we asked you to take part in. >> you can head to wtsp.com/votenow right now. do you enjoy holiday songs before thanksgiving? yes or we want to check out the results we have had so far. we will talked to people around the bay area today and got some mixed response. some people say they start listening to christmas music as early as october, while others say you should wait until after thanksgiving. wduv hasn't started playing it yet. they say they wait for feedback. >> let's look at the results.
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>> interesting. >> 30% say no. >> at 5:00 it was the other way around. so who knows? >> okay. we want i've been thinking... this might be the one thing in the world you pull apart to come together. new papa john's cinnamon pull-aparts covered with cinnamon crumble and sweet cream cheese icing. z262jz zy6z
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now live from the suncoast hyundai dealer sports desk it's time for 10sports. >> welcome into 10sports.
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one buccaneer place where the attention is not focused on the buccaneers win yesterday over the bears but focused on mike evans' decision to sit during the national anthem in protest of president-elect donald trump. now, we first brought you this story last night at 11:00 of a fan burning evans' jersey in response to that protest. i talked to a couple of fans on twitter who said they intend to boycott future buccaneer home games as long as this protest is ongoing. now, head coach dirk koetter spoke to the media about two hours ago and he decision not to stand for yesterday's national anthem. >> are you disappointed that mike decided to sit during the national anthem? >> yeah, i am disappointed for that, but again i also respect mike's freedom of speech and freedom of expression. i was texting with him last night. the players are off today. i will speak with mike on wednesday. that conversation will be between me and him. >> reporter: you imagine some
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of it? >> i don't have control over that. this is stuff you're telling me. i mean, i am not out there. i am not having -- this is news to me. i have been working on getting ready for kansas city all day. i don't really have a reaction. i mean, i would be disappointed because i want to fill that place up. you know, that's dirk koetter talk. that's my personal opinion. >> reporter: many fans have taken umbrage with the fact that evans decided to sino just because of his political views, but because it happened on this weekend. veterans day weekend and that day when the buck were honoring -- buccaneers were honoring the military and veterans day. dirk koetter displeased when i asked him if any others would join he. he was unaware. >> the story certainly doesn't stop here. you shared your thoughts about this on wtsp.com and our facebook page. you can still join the
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the air. and folks, we are taking a live look at the beautiful downtown tampa on your monday evening. bobby deskins as your weather at "10news at 11". that's it for "10news at 6". >> for breaking news and 24/7 local radar wtsp.com is always on. make sure to find all of us on facebook as well. we will see you tonight for "10news at 11". have a ? know you have a dedicated advisor and team who understand where you come from. ? know you can craft an investment plan as strong as your values.
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hey! is this enough? a little more... grandma! there you go... there's no more room. oh look who's here! i know i had one more... 20 more minutes... 8, 9... we need 1 more yes... let's enjoy. we need more rolls there was a little girl, and she became friends with every animal she met. it's getting late, grandma should go. one more?
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