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tv   10 News This Morning at 500am  CBS  February 2, 2016 5:00am-5:30am EST

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good morning and welcome to 10 news this morning. i'm allison kropff. and i'm ian reitz. the votes are in, in iowa, where there was a huge turnout
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for the republicans - texas senator ted cruz. and the race was so close on the democratic side, that we weren't sure who had won that race until well into the morning. 10 news reporter eric glasser is here with the numbers. and eric, there were some surprises. i think you're going to hear a lot of talk today about the biggest winners in last night's caucuses being people who didn't even win, but will emerge from iowa with huge momentum. on the democratic side, well into the morning hours, hillary clinton and bernie sanders had been deadlocked. only about an hour ago did it finally appear clinton had, in fact, edged-out sanders by less than a point. early in the evening bernie sanders had called the outcome a virtual tie, and in doing so considered it a victory heading into new hampshire- where he will have both momentum, and a sizable lead in the polls there. clinton, will at least be able to claim she won in iowa, albeit by a thin margin. and the effect of her classified email issues appear to taking a toll. as for the republicans. the big winner of the night, and was ted
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with the highest number of delegates. donald trump came in about four points behind cruz. and look at this. just one point behind trump was florida's junior senator marco rubio. and because of that strong showing - especially among what had been undecided iowans, rubio is likely to be the guy people are talking about today. again - not winning, but scoring a big victory and carrying momentum into new hampshire. so if those were the big winners, who are the losers in last night's caucus? well with a huge turnout, and there was one, many people thought donald trump would benefit. he clearly did not. rubio's fellow floridian former governor jeb bush did not finish in the top tier.
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huckabee had such a poor showing in iowa - where he'd won in 2008, that he's decided to call it quits. and ben carson. a respectable 4th place finisher last night - skipping new hampshire to come home to florida? more on that decision in the next half hour. eric glasser 10news wtsp. now that iowa caucuses are over, all eyes will be on new hampshire. the new hampshire primary is on february 9. followed by nevada and south carolina later this month. march first is super tuesday.. when people in 14 states will cast their ballots. florida's primary is march 15th. homicide investigation is underway in plant city. police say they got a call about two people having some sort of argument on west baker street. when they arrived they found 31-year- old jose cazares in the yard. he was taken to the hospital where he later died. as of right now, it's unknown how he died or if police have anyone in custody. if you're heading out west today, you may want to check with your airline. hundreds of
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canceled because of a massive snowstorm. this is video out of colorado springs where snow packed roads are making driving extremely dangerous. and that snowstorm continues to move east. right now, people in kansas are expecting at least a few inches of snow by this morning. this is a look in colby, in the northwest corner of kansas, where crews spent most of monday putting salt on the roads. people there are being told to stay off the roads until plows can come through. new this morning.. a virginia man is facing 20 years in prison for attacking a passenger and two flight attendant while flying from washington d-c to jacksonville. a criminal complaint document says on sunday 36 year old michael sharkey put one passenger in a headlock and assaulted two flight attendants while they tried to restrain him. a detention hearing is set for tomorrow. a story we're staying on top of for you.. this morning, a tampa man is behind bars after admitting to making home-made
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they found the explosives, along with guns, grenades and tear gas inside michael ramos' tampa home. that's near jesuit high and st. joseph's hospital. a friend and co- worker tipped off investigators. ramos tells agents that he made the pipe bombs for preparedness and protection... saying he's unhappy with the government and part of a st. pete militia. agents say if the explosives would have gone off it could have injured or killed neighbors within 50 feet... including his landlord, who shared the home with him. ramos told investigators, he bought most everything he needed for the bombs online - using his girlfriend's credit card. it's a plan that could bring thousands of jobs to the state, including right here in the bay area. governor rick scott and the seminole tribe of florida are pushing for lawmakers to approve a new gaming compact with a nearly two billion dollar expansion plan for two tribe casinos, including
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tampa it would provide the state three billion over a seven year time period in exchange for limits on the tribe's competition and other guarantees. comedian and actor bill cosby will be back in a pennsylvania court again today. the 78-year-old and his attorneys are expected to ask the judge to throw out the criminal sex assault case against him. cosby's lawyers argue he is protected under an oral agreement with a past district attorney. it said cosby wouldn't be prosecuted in exchange for his deposition in a civil case. cosby is charged with three felony counts of aggravated indecent assault. those are for allegedly drugging and sexually assaulting andrea constand in his home in 2004. as san francisco ramps up security for the super bowl, local law enforcement agencies are already gearing up for another big game. 10 news reporter emerald morrow is live outside raymond james stadium. that's where teams will face off in the 2017 college
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national championship. emerald...we're a year out from the game...but security plans are already taking shape. yeah...there are going to be tens of thousands of people here crowding into ray j for the big game next year and it'll almost be as big of a deal as a super bowl...so that's why federal agents are already on top of plans to keep you safe. - this is one of many k-9s that will be out here...sniffing around for anything suspicious - the dogs are specially trained to recognize hand signals...and can search areas for chemicals, bombs, weapons, just about anything that ould pose a big threat that an officers or agents couldn't detect on their own. so as you see, she goes straight to the trash can without
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sits to let her handler know she found something suspicious. this is just one of the many security features that will be in place for the big game next year. and at 6, i'll share even more about what types of threats agents will be planning for to keep you safe. live at ray j...emerald morrow, 10news, wtsp. internet search cut 15 percent of that's 11-thousand jobs. the company is expected to announce its fourth quarter earnings today and layoffs have already started. shares have fallen more than 30 percent over the last 12 months and are at a 52 week low. that will may make you heated this morning. a woman who parents trusted to take care of their kids gets in trouble with the law after police say she hit a child. took one look at this
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here are other headlines from around the nation and the world in your 60 second scan. the city of chicago has had a deadly start to the year. there were 51 homicides just in january. that's the most in that month since at least 2000. police say they also responded to 241 reported shootings in january, more than double from january of last year. chicago usually records more homicides than any other u-s city, but these new numbers show a shocking spike in violence. bad news for people looking to get around san francisco for the super bowl. uber drivers are protesting the company's decision to reduce fares. uber has slashed rates by as much as 15 percent in the
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the company says previous cuts benefited drivers by reducing wait times for fares. san francisco is relying on uber to help with the additional traffic in town for this weekend's super bowl. today, president obama is meeting with republican leaders over the agenda for his last year in office. he'll be meeting specifically with house speaker paul ryan to try and compromise on some of his policies that may be losing steam. it's their first meeting since ryan was elected speaker in october. how much would the worst home in the best neighborhood go for these days? in northridge, california that answer is nearly half-a-million dollars. take a look. this three bedroom home has holes in the ceilings and roots growing in the shower. dirt, dust and cobwebs cover every surface. but the listing agent says there's always someone who will turn it around.
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turn this home around will have some competition. it already has five offers and counting.
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a major surprise in the iowa caucus
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voters handed a huge victory to senator ted cruz over donald trump. and florida senator, marco rubio, finished strong in third place. on the democratic side.. hillary clinton campaigns says she won. clinton and bernie sanders were nearly neck and neck. right now, hundreds of flights in and out of denver have been canceled because of a massive snowstorm hitting the area. we checked and that does include flights to and from tampa. take a look at this video out of colorado springs where some areas saw nearly a foot of snow fall in just over 24 hours. hundreds of slides offs were reported along the front range.. but no major injuries. a man is behind bars this morning after guns, grenades and pipe bombs were found in his tampa home. investigators say that michael ramos told them he bought the weapons for protection and that he was unhappy with the government and part of a st. pete militia. pizza hut is offering an golden opportunity this sunday for the super bowl. the chain is putting an expensive twist on its stuffed
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sprinkling 100 dollars worth of edible gold shavings on top. customers in select cities will have the chance to win one of the golden pizzas, along with a 100 dollar pizza hut gold card. it may not be their favorite event...but players from both teams playing in the superbowl joined in on the fun for media day. at 5:37, we take you inside super bowl's opening night. but first, governor rick scott and the seminole tribe of florida are joining together to bring thousands of jobs to the state, including the bay
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