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southwest florida town gets hit by a tornado. as the race to the white house heats up, senator marco rubio returns to the sunshine state to talk to bay area voters. good morning and welcome to 10 news this morning. i'm jenny dean, in for allison. and i'm ian reitz. lets get a look at 10 weather with meteorologist bobby deskins. sad news this
entertainment world. we've learned legendary singer, david bowie has died. a representative says bowie died after an 18-month battle with cancer. he died "peacefully" and was surrounded by family. the english singer is known for top hits including "life on mars?," "space oddity," and "under pressure. bowie had just turned 69 on friday. the same day he released a new album called, "blackstar." of course, a lot of reaction this morning around the world on bowie's death. british prime minister david cameron tweeted, "i
and watching the pop genius david bowie. he was a master of re-invention, who kept getting it right. a huge loss." the band third eye blind tweeted, "heavy hearts today, you were a true inspiration to many... rip david bowie." and gene simmons from the band, kiss, tweeted, "david bowie, you will be sorely missed. bowie's "changes" and the ziggy story songs were a major influence for me." right now.. a massive recovery effort is underway in southwest florida that's expected to take weeks. an e-f2 tornado, with winds estimated at just under 135 miles per hour, struck the city of cape coral saturday night around 7 o'clock. according to the national weather service, around 178 structures were damaged, and one home was destroyed. governor rick scott toured the area on sunday. survivors say they were caught off guard.
prepared for a tornado is to have a weather radio. they cost around 30 dollars. we have a photo gallery of some of the damage on our website, wtsp dot com. looking ahead.. president obama will give his final state of the union address tomorrow. political experts say tomorrow's speech will define his presidency. he is expected to address the biggest moments of his last seven years in office including health insurance legislation and the auto industry bailout. ian, it's finally florida's turn. this may be the week florida starts becoming a pivotal part of the campaign for president. and that means the election may start showing up in your life in major ways. 10news political reporter grayson kamm is live in tampa this morning. grayson, let's talk about how all this attention could affect the people watching. for months, we've been talking about how florida will be key to the 2016 presidential campaign. aside from some quick visits and fundraisers, that
hasn't really happened. sarasota. then on wednesday, donald trump "could fill" a 10,000-seat arena in pensacola. at the end of this week, we'll be just florida's primary on march 15th. and with our state giving "all of its" republican delegates to the one candidate who wins that election, we are biggest primary prize in the country. this is likely the home-state hopes marco rubio and jeb bush. so here's what to brace for: ads -- and not just on tv. analysts from citi expect online and facebook ad spending to quadruple compared
is the most expensive swing state for tv ads, so candidates will whiz across the state to get free media coverage. in-person attention campaigns are better than ever at pinpointing potential supporters, so expect volunteers to track you down -- by email, on the phone, and door-to-door. live in tampa, grayson kamm, 10news wtsp. the notorious drug lord ...known as joaquin "el chapo" guzman... is behind bars in mexico this morning. he could be headed to the u-s in a few weeks. a meeting with actor sean penn could have led to his arrest. penn interviewed him for rolling stone magazine. guzman was captured after a violent shootout with mexican marines. he had been on the run since escaping a mexican prison in july through an elaborate tunnel. a suspected burglar is in the hospital with life threatening injuries
it happened at a home on whitney drive in largo. according to investigators, a man walked into the backyard.. went inside a shed and got into some kind of struggle with the homeowner. that's when the homeowner shot him. the man was rushed to the hospital. right now-- police in italy are searching for..... the person responsible for the killing a florida woman inside her florence, italy apartment over the weekend. police questioned ashley olsen's boyfriend but insist they have no suspects. 10news reporter sarah hollenbeck joins us in studio. ## sarah, several people are comparing this murder to another well known criminal investigation in italy. yes, they're hoping the person who killed ashley olsen....a summer haven florida woman, from south of st. augustine, is found and her case fully investigated. unlike the amanda knox, meredith kercher saga that was drawn out, headline grabbing and poorly investigated. this is 35-year-old
fashion designer and artist. she was known around florence for her cheery personality and her beloved beagle scout. police opened a murder investigation saturday after her boyfriend and apartment landlord found the florida native dead, her neck bruised and scratched. police have vowed "maximum attention" to finding olsen's killer. some fellow americans living in italy raised concern that olsen's case reignites the concern of justice, different policing and judicial systems, after american amanda knox was twice convicted of the murder, then twice acquitted, before italy's supreme court exonerated her last year. right now-- it's just after 11am in florence, and police are investigating...they' re working to trace back olsen's every step over the past couple days before her body was discovered. meanwhile people back here in floridain summer
augustine, are mourning the loss of a woman they say was "full of spirit." in the studio, sarah hollenbeck, 10 news wtsp a story that never gets old.. gas prices continue to fall. it's all because the price of oil is falling and triple-a says that trend will continue. take a look.. the national average is 1.97 a gallon.. the average in florida is slightly higher at 1.98 per gallon.. but in tampa - st. pete.. prices are down to 1.91 per gallon... or even lower. the big story trending this week...is the powerball. the jackpot has reached more than one billion dollars. 1.3 billion to be exact. a prize so big, it doesn't even fit on billboards. there was no jackpot winner on saturday night.. so your next chance will be wednesday. the odds of winning are one in 292 million.. that's like flipping a coin and having it land on the same side 28 times in a row. remember just because you don't win the billion dollar jackpot.. doesn't mean you
your ticket. someone out there is holding onto a 1-million- dollar winning ticket that was sold in tampa. it was bought at the winn-dixie grocery store on palm river road. that lucky winner still hasn't come forward to collect their cash. you may remember after last wednesday's powerball drawing -- we also had a million dollar winner in dunedin. if you notice a decrease in your uber bill.. the numbers are fooling you. at 5:36, the big move uber makes to get more business. scary moments for passengers on board a flight to denver as plane is forced to make an emergency landing. after trying brookside chocolate, people talk about it online. love at first taste. i would liquefy it and bathe in it. curse you, brookside! your nefarious plans have succeeded. nefarious? are we still talking about chocolate? brookside.
at the sundial passengers on a united airlines flight have landed safely in denver after a 12 have landed safely in denver after a 12 hour delay in vancouver, british columbia. it all started saturday night when the crew says they received a threatening message from a man on board. the flight from alaska stopped in canada, so he could be removed and the plane could be searched. the more than 100 passengers arrived in denver early sunday. take a look at this new video out of northern michigan.. this is near higgins lake. crews have been working around the clock to remove snow from the roads there. on sunday, cars were sliding and drifts of snow reached a few feet high. luckily, no major injuries were
bridesmaids dresses the day of the wedding! but thanks to the help of some new friends, the wedding goes off as planned. but first, when it comes to creating new ideas...florida doesn't do too well. at 5:25, the new data behind the most innovative state. in case you didn't stay up for the late show, here's a special moment you missed from friday's show with actor