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Feb 29, 2016 5:30pm EST
exposed to zica to four in florida. >>> oscar winning actor george kennedy died at the age of 91. you probably know him best from the naked gun comedies. he won an academy award for best supporting actor in 1968 for cool hand luke. he appeared in the dirty dozen earthquake. two years ago the gambler. >>> a consumer alert about a massive data breech at the irs. thought. hackers were able to get sensitive information using the agencies transcript program. that allows you to check your jan crawford shows you what the irs is now doing to protect you. >> reporter: non-even virginia tax attorney wayne sell was protected from hackers who stole his identity. >> somebody was trying to claim a refund using my social security number. >> reporter: the irs says it is in a latest of a series of disclosures. in may 2015 the agency reported cyber criminals accessed 114,000 taxpayer accounts. three months later the number grew to 334,000. this month the irs says there are as many as 726,000 victims. >> the irs is frankly not doing enough to protect us. >> reporter: hackers used personal information ga
Nov 16, 2016 5:30pm EST
fits right in with that class. 10news morning anchor ian reitz with a first grade class at st. george elementary and paul palmer -- paul harper. >> many p locke elementary in ellsworth. >> i will be at booker t. washington tomorrow to talk to students. >> mary brian elementary, first graders. very special for me because one of the first graders happens to be my daughter. >> she will be so have to impress all of them. [ laughter ]. >> i was out early today guys in bradington talking to the wisconsin club. most of them just got back. we are enjoying this weather. >> that is right, go badgers. i want to thank them for having me out there. we talk about whether all over the place. metereologist bobby deskins weather, catch me on my facebook page. let's talk about the weather. through october. we are halfway through november now and it stays very quiet. i don't see any rain in the forecast for the next week at least which means will go two months without rainfall. for most areas. we still have to get into the beginning of december to make it two months but it will be close. sunshine and no
Nov 21, 2016 5:30pm EST
, 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 encounte
Oct 20, 2016 5:30pm EDT
piece of paper. this letter from 1993 shows outgoing president george h.w. bush welcoming president bill he wished him happiness and encouraged him to stay the course through tough times. the note ends with bush writing, quote, your success now is our country's success. i am rooting hard for you. good luck. >>> new tonight we are hearing from a woman who called 911 and tried to help a correction officer who had been kidnapped by an inmate while on work release. >> and there was about four inmates that came running up to inmates kidnapped the officer and they left in a truck. they were pointing which way they went and i am driving around the block and i don't see him anywhere. these four inmates here are like freaking out. >> that woman was calling from the mosaic park in polk county. this is a story 10news first brought you yesterday as breaking news. little did that woman know at the time they were long gone. the officer and the inmate were later found in a st. pete neighborhood. the officer that inmate has been arrested. >>> a crime alert now in st. pete that will have you checkin
Jan 22, 2016 5:30pm EST
george orwell's novel, 1984, iconic commercial introduced america to the macintosh computer or the frog ad in 1995, features the three frogs making the sound bud-weis-er? help me out here. who can forget this one, 2011, focus, the force, featuring a pint-sized darth vader. cast your vote for the favorite on sunday. >>. >>> it was the must have gift of the holidays, why one major retailer offering to give your honey back. >>> miracle baby, what concord journeyed home. >>> here's just another reason, [ inaudible ] in kentucky, this is the sky 10 network, watch everything turn to whiteout conditions around the bluegrass airport and here's the storm system winding up to the mid nigs. we're talking about -- atlantic. we're talking about that and a very windy forecast, but wind where you see the high wind, we'll take you through at 5:45. >>> and take a look at the sky 10 network traffic camera, oh my goodness where did the cars go? over the howard frankland bridge. traffic is moving smoothly in both directions. the sky shine highways, it's back open and traffic is moving along. traffic jam, d
Nov 4, 2016 5:30pm EDT
secretary tom ridge wrote that members of george w. bush's cabinet to raise the terror alert just before the 2004 vote. >> this time out it seems like with a snap of a finger the whole tenor of the election changes. >> reporter: 10news political expert lars hafner doesn't doubt the threat, but he thinks it could have the opposite effect. >> our country rallies behind the idea that no one messes with america. >> reporter: when we went out to the early polling places, that's what people told us. >> we may not have any choice over that if they decide to bomb us or do some kind of decisionruption. they are not going to decide how i live. >> they say national security officials have been planning for the possibility of violence at voting spots for months now. in fact a recent poll found 51% of americans do worry about some sort of violence taking place at the pog >>> meantime, federal and state leaders are trying to get ahead of threats. the "new york times" has outlined five they are particularly concerned about. the first is a flood of disclosures. revelations, things like hacked emails fro
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