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"10news at 5:30" starts right now. >> the stories you're talking about, tweeting about, and sharing with friends. we are going headlines. a devastating 24 hours. four officers shot on the job. a look at how the danger takes a toll on the spouses who support them. president-elect trump's feud with a broadway cast. tonight see who is firing back. it's the dress part two. what color are these flip- flops? and why is this even a debate? how about a side of politics with your thanksgiving feast? if you say pass, we show you
dinner table. first up though at 5:30, many of you woke up to a horrific headline that's almost too hard to believe. four officers shot in 24 hours in four different cities. now, two of those shootings investigators tell us, the officers were actually targeting, and it happened during one of the most dangerous times on an officer's patrol is when they are out making traffic stops. first up in san antonio. a detective writing out a traffic ticket shot to death in his squad morning outside of police headquarters. police say the officer's uniform may have been the target. in st. louis, a police sergeant is in the hospital after being shot twice in the face. that happened sunday night while sitting in traffic. police are calling that shooting an ambush. and that's just the beginning. another missouri officer was shot during a traffic stop last night. the officer is expected to survive that shooting. and one shooting that hits really close to home, an officer in sanibel shot in the
stop last night. we understand that he is out of the hospital tonight. now, many in the community are hurting, including law enforcement officers' families. 10news reporter shannon valladolid sat down with an officer's wife as she told her emotional story of what it's like to say good-bye to her husband, not sure if he's going to return. >> i am so sad for my sisters who are burying their husbands and the children. it's something that you never imagine will happen to you, but the truth is it could happen to any of us. and so having that support with one another is vital. >> reporter: your husband has been a police officer a little over a year. so you guys are still new to this. >> yeah. >> reporter: how do you feel coming in during a time when all these attacks are happening? >> it's hard and it's scary.
good-bye, you know, it's never known if he is going to come home in the morning. we have a child, a young son together. we are taking videos and pictures of them because i never know if that's going to be the last memory he is gonna get of his dad. it's hard. it's a calling. whether or not i want him to do it, it's not a choice. he is going to continue suiting up every day going out and protecting our community. we as a community need to rally behind them and say we're here, we support we need more support for the police right now. >> reporter: how can people see that support? >> saying hi. saying thank you for your service. offering a wave or a smile when an officer is on duty and you see them. >> reporter: all you guys really ask for is, if you see a police officer, say thank you or give them a hug. just something to brighten their day. that's all you, as wives, want? >> yes. i want my husband to come home saying, oh, it was great.
me today. i feel like i was supported or made a difference. >> now, we took her request to heart and we ask you, our viewers, to take a moment to honor our men and women in blue. >> thank you for everything you do. we couldn't do enough for you guys. >> thank you for keeping our neighborhoods safe. it would be a lot more of a dangerous place without you guys. you put your life on the line day in, day out, to keep everyone in the community safe. >> i would like to say you in the community for what you have done. >> i wouldn't to thank all the police officers for all the hard work they do, and just thank you for your service. >> your thank yous, they mean a lot to the men and women serving, making sure we are safe at night, because so many law enforcement officers are doing this not for the money, but for the service and protection of our community.
$45,000 to $50,000. that's not much. that's not much at all when you think about the dangers that they face to protect us each and every night. back to you guys in the studio. >> so true. and i echo that as well. thank you. president-elect donald trump's latest war of words in 140 characters or less dominating social media. he is taking on the cast of the broadway hit "hamilton." in case you missed it, vice president-elect mike pence was in the audience over the weekend and the cast that. but trump called their words harassment. tonight you be the judge. we are playing this in full. no editing. watch. [ cheers and applause ] >> you know, we have a guest in the audience this evening. vice president-elect pence, i see you walking out, but i hope you say stay a few more moments. we have a message for you, sir.
out. i encourage everybody to pause, tweet and post, because this message needs to be spread far and wide, okay? vice president-elect pence, we welcome you and thank you for joining us here at "hamilton." we really do. we, sir, we are the diverse america who are alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us. [ cheers and applause ] our children, our parents or defend us as a whole ou rights, sir. we truly hope this show has inspired you to uphold our american values and to work on behalf of all of us. all of us. [ cheers and applause ] this wonderful american story told by a diverse group of men and women of different colors, creeds, and all.
burr. this morning on "cbs this morning" he threw mr. trump's call for an apology right back at the president-elect. >> there is nothing to apologize for. a conversation is not harassment. the resonate nature of the show throughout the world, throughout the global community, demands that we make statements when there are important issues i think facing us as a community. so we wanted to stand up and spread a message of love and unity considering all of the emotional outpouring since the election. >> yav thinks. so what does vice president- elect pence think about all of this? for his part, he said he wasn't offended. he said he would leave it to you to decide if it was appropriate. and linda wrote, even pence was cool with it. it wasn't offensive and the timing was fine. plus, it's a good way to get the attention needed. obama had people -- saying worse to him at the white house. teresa says, what are we
not one-sided. there is a time and a place. you don't want to look like a bunch of bullies, right? >> okay. you get your phone, tablet, laptop out. we have a question for you. it's a simple one. people are freaking out over this. what color are these flip- flops? blue and black, or white and gold? okay. try to figure it out because they say it's an anomaly. go ahead and make your known by heading to wtsp.com vote now to take part in this adventure. we will give you a few minutes to make your decision. now, we mean it when we say the internet is freaking out about this debate. here's why. a person posted on twitter, ended a friendship. >> what? >> ended a friendship over the blue and black, white and gold flip-flops. >> that's tongue-in-cheek. that can't be real. >> there is more to the story. why do all of us see different
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here we >> uh-oh. >> what colors do you see? the worldwide debate has moved from the dress to the flops. >> i think men see something different than women. >> maybe. this started with a tweet from portugal. what color are these flip- flops? are they black and blue, or are they gold and white? i see the gold and white. you see the gold and white. >> gold and white. >> look at the screen. we have had you voting on this. >> black and blue? who is that? wtsp.com/votenow. >> there are a lot out there.
60% white and gold. >> why is it that you can't see the black and blue, but other people can? >> maybe i am not looking through rose-colored glasses. i don't know. 10news reporter eric glasser getting some tough answers tonight. >> reporter: remember the internet controversy about what color is this dress? this is the newest latest one that involves a set of flip- flops. we took a picture of them to the public and before you start saying who cares, that's the point. we wanted to know why people care so much about this. >> a bluish gray. >> i see the gray and glue. >> i could maybe go for olive drab green. >> white and gold. >> it's like a military light military green. >> reporter: it didn't take long to find a full pallate of perceptions. >> beige. >> reporter: like the whole dress thing that blew up online, the flip-flop flap has
when people see things differently. >> are they colorblind? >> reporter: experts say it is literally physically in the eye of the beholder. human brains adjusting the way we perceive color. >> so interesting because it's just perception, you know? >> reporter: why do people get so defensive about their take on something so trivial? blame your brain, says psychotherapis is overactive, that person is going to have particular trouble letting go. they are not going to have the flexibility of thought. >> reporter: and social media, says fell son, is like throwing fuel on the fire. if you care to know, the company that makes the flip- flops says they are dark and light blue. if you don't care, now you know why so many apparently do. >> they just can't let go of
>> reporter: eric glasser, 10news wtsp. >> that blows my mind that the company who makes the flip- flops says these are dark blue and light blue. i see the gold and i see the white. the votes are in as well. a lot of you actually see the white and gold. i am not alone. 60%. 40% saying they are with the company. >> it looks blue now. >> depends where you are standing. we thank all of you for taking the time to vote. >> we are looking at that >> right. >> it looks blue and black to you? >> no. the first was white and gold. >> no matter what, they all look -- i saw a little tinge of white blue in the white. but not really. >> i don't know. we are old. >> we could talk about this all newscast if you want or we could talk about weather. [ laughter ]. chilly this morning and evening. i was outside a few minutes ago and it got chilly out there. >> did he let you off?
it is fantastic out there. look at this. >> oh, the cooldown. the queen posted. >> lots of great pictures out there. >> what did she post? she posted to twitter. she was not playing around this morning. all she is missing is a scarf. she wrote loving this weather. patrick, he writes, florida, you don't get even one good day between air-conditioned weather and a at holy smokes! #toocold. take a look. many are hoping that this snowfall out of wrightwood, california, means it will be a white winter. that can't compete with the snow in new york after a recent winter storm there. people spending the morning digging it all out. >> yeah. nearly a foot. and look at that. let's start with our white stuff. the beach this evening. i prefer that. it's nice to fly up north and see the snow and come right
will be near 80 on friday and 70s over the weekend. but a beautiful sunset out there right now. a little bit of a northwesterly wind. you can see that in those small waves that are rolling in. it's fantastic out there. it's just on the cool side. we will continue to fall through the 60s into the 50s this evening. we have got 59 right now for crystal river. 58 new port richey and carrollwood. new tampa is on the cool side. mid-60s in polk county. falling to the upper 50s for temple terrace. 59 in odessa. 63 in st. pete. so nice and clear out there. we will stay that way overnight. that means another night of good radiational cooling. the heat from the day radiates back into space. we had some clouds that keep us a little bit warmer. the air mass has modified a little bit. so i think we are mid-to-upper 30s tomorrow morning. still a very chilly start for your tuesday morning. most areas in the mid-40s near 50 at the immediate coast. tomorrow starts the warm-up. we go up to 77 degrees.
time of year. mostly sunny skies. nice and dry. humidity relatively low, as well. we will see a little bit more humidity especially wednesday and into thursday. a couple extra clouds tomorrow afternoon. tomorrow night into wednesday we will see a couple clouds. i don't think we see any sprinkles. i would love to get them. thursday the same thing. partly cloudy skies. mostly sunny to partly cloudy in the afternoon. here is a look at the current dew points. 20s near 30 degrees. guys, that is a very low number for our moisture here. moisture content in the atmosphere. that will change. it's in the 40s by really wednesday morning. 40s to 50s to near 60 degrees. so even by thanksgiving you are going to feel a totally different air mass out there. there are your boating forecasts. really good. 5 to 10 knots. 1-2-foot seas and 70 degrees in the water. nice warm-up. 80 wednesday. 80 on thursday.
then you can see friday we have a little bit after weak front coming through. that earthquake and tsunami warning just southeast of fukushima, it's now gone down to a 6.9. they re-evaluated it. i wanted to give you an idea of how long it takes the tsunami to move out from there. i put this for eastern standard time. if it makes it to hawaii, it will be closures to 11:30, midnight tonight. 1 a.m. towards the pacific northwest. then during the day tomorrow, this is 7 a.m. ro south america. doesn't mean it will make it. we will watch it. there are some reports it's
dinner. are you ready? i am not talking about cooking the dinner. are you ready for what could coming up at the dinner table? there is a viral video going thanker puts some of your fears into life. >> the best thanksgiving dinner you ever made? >> yeah, kim, you made turkey great again. >> what does that mean? >> for eight years the turkey has been dry. >> it's funny, but it could happen at your dinner table because this presidential election was so divisive. remember th w always said, don't talk politics or religion at the dinner table. peggy shared her ideas. she says, throw the peas first, then the mashed potatoes followed by whatever is handy, and then eat the pies and clean up the mess. students reporter jennifer titus teamed up with an etiquette expert. >> reporter: we are making turkey great again. is there something you can do to start off so that doesn't have to happen?
difficult to have people stop before you even know what they are going to say. so many times if you say, we don't want to talk about any politics, a lot of times that brings it up. >> okay. >> so if you are going to mention it to somebody, say you have uncle george who always talks politics, pull him to the side and say, let's not talk about politics today. and then also make sure you set him away from uncle matt, because the two of them, you know, separate them. re strategy so you can look to see who is sitting next to who to avoid that? >> right. put the nice calm people next to the little rowdy political ones. >> reporter: and if they are eating and all of a sudden that conversation comes up, is there something you can do to put a halt to it? >> well, what we have to do is just keep everything positive and nobody's right or wrong this this whole thing. so, of course, i have my opinions. you have your opinions.
discuss it. >> ? happy thanksgiving, welcome to my couch, let's all be friends now ? >> that family makes the best videos. i look forward to it every christmas. >> you know, in all honesty, the election is over with. have a nice peaceful thanksgiving. eat your turkey. >> lean into the holidays. >> just cruise in, you know? >> easier said than done for some.
taking precautions after a terrifying encounter. a stranger enters her home. a mom isn't taking any chances. i can't imagine an environment where you starve a child, beat a child, break a child's arm, stab a child, but that's what we saw. >> it is despicable. with horribly abusing a teenager. tonight hear from the man who saved her. and a facebook post causing controversy. did a local sheriff's office go too far? "10news at 6" starts right now. >> good evening. i am reginald roundtree. >> i am dion lim. right away it's a story you have been reacting to all day long at our facebook page. a couple in texas wakes up to find a strange man staring at
leg while she was sleeping. >> her boyfriend chased him out the door and down the street before he got away. >> now, if you think that's scary, listen to this. something similar happened in the neighborhood along maryland northeast in shore acres. 10news reporter phil buck sits down with a single mom who wants you to hear her frightening experience. >> around 3:30 in the morning cat got up and jumped off the bed. nothing abnormal. for some reason when ground it woke me up and i decided to sit up and see why he got out of bed, and when i looked up i could see the shadow of a person standing at the end of my bed. he didn't say anything. didn't look up at me immediately. it took him a few seconds and he looked up at me and i yelled as loud and firmly as i could and i stood up and all he -- he was very calm. all he said was, hey, i got up and followed him out of the house and he calmly walked out and walked out the side door