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behaving badly. the people you hope don't sit next to you. bars versus the people who buy their alcohol. but who should pay when someone's served one too many? and .. doing and look at these pictures. the tricky crime they're accused of and how any one of you could be their next victim good morning and welcome to "10 news early morning." i'm ian reitz.. lets get a look at #10weather with meteorologist ashley batey.
city publix stores. jonathan petramala speaks with investigators who need your help catching the crooks before they checkout with more stolen wallets. at both plant city publix stores... predators are hunting for the best deal. plant city police say this man and these two women are shopping for women's wallets run straight to another store.. in this full-size for van to purchase gift cards -- a thousand dollars worth so far -- using those stolen credit cards. by zippingr purses tight, or just holding on tight while you shop. and checkout these pictures again...someone should recognize these three and end this sinister shopping spree. predators are hunting for the best deal. plant city police say this man and these
about the deadly shooting at an airport in oklahoma city. will rogers world airport is back up and running, after an airline employee was killed. 52-year-old michael winchester was shot outside of the main terminal. he worked for southwest airlines. his son plays for the kansas city chiefs. thousands of people were told to shelter in place. the airport was shutdown as officers searched for the gunman. they found the truck in a parking garage. investigators say he killed himself. they believe this was pre-meditated. they're not saying how they might have known each other. when you drink, drive and hurt someone or even worse, kill them, who's responsible? you, or the bar that served you the alcohol? that's what has people talking all over social media. and in polk county -- one man's family thinks two bars are responsible for their loved ones death. 10 news reporter shannon valladolid shows you why it could be
fresh flowers left on the corner of wells and bailey in mulberry. nats cars driving and see the pictures of paul wooten jr. who was killed in crash--just a year ago. john stone was arrested for the crime--he was allegedly intoxicated. now wooten's family has filed a lawsuit against the two bars stone was supposedly drinking at that night. dee weber, an instructor with abc bartending schools, says bars should step up and be responsible for their patrons. attorney lee pearlman explains any companies
not liable for their customers except if they're underage or an alcoholic. it's called the dram shop act. the lawsuit claims stone was a regular at the two bars and had a drinking problem but pearlman says in order to win-- the family needs evidence--from witnesses to credit card records and even surveillance video. in polk county, shannon valladolid 10 news wtsp. american legion says stone wasn't there. the other bar, x-y-z closed down. our newspartners at "the ledger" report the owner got the lawsuit and passed it on to his attorney. president-elect donald trump's transition team has already hit a few bumps in the road.. but a late night tweet from the man himself calls it a "very organized process." the revolving doors at trump tower welcomed a
including former rival - senator ted cruz. former new york city mayor rudy giuliani's pushing for the secretary of state spot. at the same time senate democrats want chief strategist, steve bannon off the team. bannon has been referred to as a white supremacist. it's been 8 days since florida voters legalized medical marijuana. but there's a lot that needs to get done before all patients who might benefit from it can start taking advantage. amendment two still needs to go through the state legislature. they need to figure h law will work. then, it goes to the florida department of health. it needs to regulate the cannabis that's sold-- and make sure labels list what's actually in it. full strength medical marijuana would be available to qualified patients by july first of next year. this one's going viral this morning. a united airlines pilot scolded his passengers after an onboard battle over the president- elect. you can hear the pilot warn that 35- thousand feet isn't the place for a political fight.
numbers show "air rage" is increasing. 10news reporter kendra conlon looks at the turbulent times in the not so friendly skies. a passenger panics on a plane to tampa. a pilot takes down some drunken debauchery... from mid-air girl brawls to in-flight freak-outs... pilots say that's the benefit of so many smartphones. last year, airlines reported more than
problems with unruly passengers. it's up to pilots when to ground the plane and get police involved... the trouble-making travelers can also face federal fines for the bad behavior. kendra conlon, 10news wtsp problems with unruly passengers. it's up to pilots when to ground the plane and get police involved... the trouble-making travelers can also face federal fines for the bad behavior. kendra conlon, 10news wtsp
5 on 10 news this morning. allison is in the newsroom with what we are working on this morning. many of you are already making your shopping plans for the holidays. but before you head out to the store, we have a list of some of the most dangerous toys. and a five year old is already showing signs she is going to be a good teacher. how this little one handlecl we are working on all those stories, plus ashley has your forecast and we'll take a look at some hot spots as you get ready to head out the door. that's all coming up in 20 minutes. still ahead on 10 news early morning... having to choose between paying the electricity bill or getting your medication. 10 investigates the soaring cost of prescription drugs. and tired this morning? your spouse may be to blame. the reason they could be bad for
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just adds insult to injury. the soaring cost of drugs will affect just about every one of us. if not now.... then some day... if we don't get a handle on it right now. 10investigates is working to expose - and fix - the problem. and investigative reporter noah pransky... says he's plain sick of it all. today, we're focusing on the soaring cost of drugs...after the makers of epip mistakenly assumed americans susceptible of anaphylactic shock... were somehow immune to sticker shock. but epipen is just the beginning. we worked with our investigative partners all over the country to identify more than 100 other common drugs that have skyrocketed in price over the past four years. they include popular generics such as naproxin....tetracyc line... doxycycline.... and countless others i can't pronounce. among them: a generic steroid cream for an itchy scalp used by one of our viewers, john munn, who
prescription for an itchy scalp... ... ehhh "inched up" in price recently. "they said it was like almost $130! and i said that that can't be right, can you double check that i think you've looked at maybe a larger dose or a different drug or something? and they said, 'no i checked again and it's that's what we charge.' i said 'well, that's outrageous.'" and munn knows what outrageous prices are for drugs... he toured the country as a roadie with some of the biggest bands of the 1970s! but now at 60 years old, the biggest "high" munn gets these days......can be found on the bottom line of his prescription bill. 'you know where we come in when our health care is based on, you know, can you afford to live?' and that is frightening. because, regardless of your feelings on obamacare, most americans feel everyone should have access to affordable health care. and that isn't the case right now. we looked at the price of 356 prescription drugs across the country... and the average cost on those drugs has doubled.... in just the last four years!!! one drug tetracycline, a common acne drug for teenagers used to cost 7 cents
popping 8 dollars and 54 cents per pill!! how steep is that? snap fingers watchclimber more than 12- thousand percent!!!! that yodeler is going to be in a lot of pain. mostly because he can't afford his medication anymore. and he's not alone. soaring drug prices often without any justification have affected everyday american's abilities to get the life- saving drugs they need, from insulin, to epipens, to cancer drugs. listen to this heartbrein story from an oncologist in texas. "last week, i was talking to a patient who needs a drug that can offer her some significant benefit, but she was making real decisions about do i pay the light bill or get this medication?" the job of an oncologist is hard enough, fighting cancer every day. we shouldn't be making it harder by forcing them to face new issues of over-expensive drugs. which takes us back to our friend john munn. an itchy scalp wasn't his only head-scratcher.
like the joke, blame the joke-writer. he wanted to find out why the price of a generic drug he's been using in the exact same form since 1989 suddenly spiked. traditionally, drug companies point to the cost of research and development....and, it makes sense to incentivize big pharma's continued innovation of life- saving drugs. but this is big pharma we're talking about.... we found the big surges in prices correlated with big surges in their advertising and marketing budgets. and our friend john didn't like that. oh, research and development we have to put because we developed you know we spent billions for this drug. no you didn't. you acquired this from another company and all you're doing is reproducing it at a very small minuscule cost and you're jacking up the price hundreds of percents. remember, pharmaceutical executives don't get their adrenaline from an epipen... ... they get it from your misery. and congress can grill them all they want! but the problem is that mega-mergers have created monopolies! the fda can't stop it...and shocker! - there's been little support to curb price gouging in
mccain sponsored a bi-partisan bill to force drug companies to justify price hikes. but as we learned in schoolhouse rock... that bill is really nothing but a sad little scrap of paper nobody's paying attention to on capital hill. we'll be digging deeper into these issues over the next few days who's choosing pharma over you... and who's getting rich on it all. because knowing how much your medical care is going to cost you... shouldn't be a game of price is right. that was noah prsk continues tonight at 11, with a deeper look at where the pharmacuetical revenues are really going. an important consumer alert this morning. right now, there is a massive recall of frozen desserts. the fda says 100 thousand cases of "weight watchers smart one's chocolate chip cookie dough sundae" could be contaminated with listeria. the bacteria can cause serious, even fatal infections. the recall includes four-packs of the frozen dessert. the affected boxes all have "best by dates" between december 28th, 2016 and july 28th, 2017.
the united states. many of you are laying in bed right now just waking up -- but as you open your eyes, think about this: did you get a good night's sleep? if the answer is 'no', take a look at who's next to you... that person may be to blame. a new study found 29 percent of people say their partner keeps them awake. you know... the snoring, the kicking, the tossing and turning. the lack of sleep can also increase your risk for a number of health problems including obesity, heart disease and diabetes. british researchers have a simple solution -- rethink your bedroom arrangements. they say sleeping apart could boost your health. coming up tonight on 10 news and c-b-s. starting at 8:00, survivor, followed by criminal minds at 9:00. at 10:00, code black. then tune in to 10 news at 11. don't forget to stay up for the late show with stephen colbert and his guests marion cotillard and dev patel. don't forget, you
boneless barbecue pork sandwich is only available certain times of the year and has a very loyal following. but restaurants get to decide whether or not to sell it... and not all of them do. so to make it easier for you to find... mcdonald's is launching a mcrib finder app. it will let you know which nearby restaurants have the mcrib... and then you can share that info with friends. coming up on 10 news this morning.. it seems like everything is on your smartphone and now your driver's license may be too. what some states are testing
and welcome to 10 news this morning. i'm allison kropff. and i'm ian reitz. before your next trip to the grocery store, we want to warn you about thieves who have been targeting shoppers. 10news reporter emerald morrow is live at the publix in plant city. emerald, this is especially concerning for elderly shoppers. yeah, it's a little unsettling to think that you can't come to the grocery