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10news at noon starts right now. good afternoon, thanks for joining us. i am ian wright. take a look at this damage, this is a storage facility. you can sigh the roof is ripped open. cars were tossed and, and a near by building was destroyed.
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this mess, the letters of the good year blimp hanger have been ripped off. and this is a ruptured gas line. a big mess there. and there are closers,- -closures, check out what it looked like when the wind went through this morning. >> this video right here, it was take in north miami, the man who shot the video said he thought it was a tornado, this is how power. --how powerful the winds are. >> well, the national weather service had not confirm add touch down as of 9:45 a.m. you can see the mess that people were dealing with this morning and the wrecks. the south florida commute was very difficult because of the number of semis, on the freeway there is, this was flipped over
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nightmare. and there were also tolds in the florida panhandle. a video from century, watch this a town north of pensacola, just south of the georgia line saw this, the sheriff's deputy has never seen a tornado as big and as fast as this one. it damaged about 10-20 homes. it is a powerful storm. a lot of rain in the tampa bay area. yes, it is actually moving outs of the florida peninsula right now, might having into the bahamas, so we are done with this system here in florida, but we still have a mess across the north atlantic. and we shall getting snow up into new england as well, as we look to the canadian side of the border. this time tomorrow, we are over and done with that system. and we get a solid stretch of forecast. we will look at the highs this week, we will talk about how
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coming up. in and hour and a half, the woman florida highway patrol troopers say hit and kill add tow truck driver and drove off is going be facing a judge. this is video right here of allyson hoffman being led into the jail this morning. she was found at a friends in st. petersburg. this is her current mug shot in from this morning. she is being held without bond on charges of leaving the scene of a crash involving a death. she has a criminal history that includes three dui offenses, troopers say that she hit roger paris around 2:00 a.m. monday morning. the 42-year-old was helping two people on the side of a bridge. he leaves behind a wife and a young daughter. right now, sarasota county school board members are
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should transgender people be allow today use the bathroom they feel they belong in? >> reporter: the biggest bash lash is actually from local pastors, but since they changed the policy here at pine view school, a lot of supporters and protestors have been here. 41 e-mails, 340 students who said they would support the idea, and they have heard an ear full in person from nearly 200 people. but across florida, transgender backlash. >> [ inaudible ] >> reporter: that was a pro test inside of the state capitol where last year a bill was considered to punish anyone who uses a public bathroom that does not match the sex therm born into. the bill did not pass. but now the sarasota school board members are going to consider extending a transgender bathroom policy.
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board members will talk about the policy ever since pine view made the change. but the students are divided. >> it is nothing against trans- people at all. i am not afraid, it is just them being in the restroom with you, it is uncomfortable. >> i think to fully be seen as the gender you identify with, access. >> reporter: and hillsborough is already working to draft their own policy. reporting in sarasota county, sarah 2. and now a new agreement between the u.s. and cuba. airlines going to start submitting applications to 900 cities in cuba. well, the pope continues
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area with a significant drug photographicking problem. the hope has--drug trafficking problem. the pope is heading to the u.s., mexican border tomorrow. well, donald trump is coming out swinging again on the campaign trail today. this time, his target is the bush family and ted cruz. we look at south carolina where the voters head to the polls on saturday. >> reporter: george w bush took the stage on monday, the former president gave a speech with jabs at trump. >> jeb bush has faith that reveals itself through good works, not loud words. back. >> why men shun jeb bush,less not come--men chen jeb bush, he
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>> i think ted cruz is unstable. viennese seen anybody that lies as much as ted cruz. >> reporter: the attacks come just days before south carolina's primary, it is the first time that the voters in the south are heading to the pollings. the college of charleston science profess tore says that the 2016 gop race in the state- -professor says that the 2016 gop race in the state is strange. >> this time, you know, trump is leading in all of the polls, and usually, he is not a voters will support. >> reporter: stewart thinks that the republican field will narrow after saturday's primary results. cbs news, charleston, south carolina. >> well, trump is threatening to sue cruz again. if you are go doing vote in the florida--if you are going vote in the florida primary next
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we have the information on our website, you have to register as either republican or a democrat. the 58th grammy award showcased more than just music. a number of artists made statements and paid tribute to legends. most. trophies. and here is a look back at some of the big ones. >> reporter: pop queen taylor swift opened the 58th annual grammy awards and ruled the show, winning the top prize, her 1989 got her her second career grammy. she inched young women to not let people get in their way. >> you just focus on the work and do not let people side track you. >> reporter: uptown funk won record of the year. and stevie wonder teased song of the year nominees before
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out loud winner: and best new artist, megan trainer, could not hold back tears. always believing in me. >> reporter: this year the grammy's stirred up a lot of emotions, with performances that paid tribute to big icons, others made a statement. lamar sent powerful messages about racism through raps that won him five grammy's. the audience was brought to its feet by tributes that honored earth, wind, and fire, eagles, and bb king. [ music ] >> reporter: and lady gaga brought the late david bowie's work back to life. [ music ] angeles. chris stapleton, ed sheeran, and alabama shakers also won their first grammy's
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sometimes we all need a little inspiration. coming up next on 10news at noon, a conference this week here may provide just that, especially to several young men. >> also, a dump truck drives off of an exit ramp onto a park. what witnesses are saying. >> but first, why you want to join a social group. >> and we have a beautiful afternoon in our forecast, many communities are already hitting 70-degrees, i will let you know
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and church groups mace live longer. british researchers tracked the habits of hundreds of people after they retire and belonging to social and community groups was as good for health and wellness as regular exercise. death. an investigation under way right now to figure out why a park. look at this mess right here, witnesses say that the truck landed and sounded like a bomb go off. witnesses saw the driver thrown from the truck. the incredible part, not only was the driver alive, but he was able to talk with him. he is listed in serious condition this afternoon. a few other cars were damaged. no one else was hurt. the off ramp will be closed for some time. hillsborough community college is taking on a national problem. they are trying to boost the number of african american and
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and we look at the star studded line up of speakers. >> reporter: downing me today is the president of hillsborough community college. now you have a big conference coming up this week. for. >> it is more minority males, about ten years ago the college started to address a national issue about disappearing minority males in the college environment. and we have a black, brown, college bound conference that is coming up. >> reporter: wonderful, who can attend? or who should attend? >> well, it is open to any of the colleges, or high schools, if you want to come in and talk about what we are doing to increase minority males retention, graduation, and staying in college. >> reporter: and so, if you are
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advice on how to keep going and be successful? >> definitely. definitely. the con fence is focusing on three things, one, metroship, retention, and focusing on graduation. we do that by doing a couple of things, one, we try to provide real life roll models so people can see the challenges. >> reporter: and you have great speakers coming in. >> yes, yes, we are really grade proud that. as--really proud of that. we have powell, we are excited that he is coming in. his story is amazing. i am sure all of us know about general powell. but in addition to him, we have barker, a publisher who was on
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life in america as an undocumented immigrant. and then in addition to that, we have gill harper who recollects is an actor, and he is big on my brother's keepers initiative that is sponsored by the president. >> reporter: it sounds like you know, no mat hear your roll,- -no matter what your roll, this could be a great event to attend. >> definitely. definitely. by far, the purpose of the event is to an address the national crisis about the disappearing males. probably 7 out of 10 malodors not come to college, or graduate from college after they complete high school. so it is something we need do and we are doing something about it. >> reporter: well, thank you some for your time. we know you are going to have a great conference. you can find out more information on our website, and if you would like a tour of
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10 community. all right, well, if you have not already made the lunch something outside. out there. performing arts center, sarasota, a few high clouds out there. and a lot of people really get getting out to enjoy the water. and now this is after storms moved through this morning, they are now off the florida penn states pencel. we are just--florida pennisula, and the right now, rain is in new york, and then moving up to boston. but you can see the snow, and of course, that freezing rain right along the canadian border. for us, we have gotten that out of here. so probably, woke a few of us, but overall, hey, now, good trade off, because it is just beautiful out there. like i said, just a few high clouds. and now right along the coast, we have cooler spots, 66 new
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clearwater, but getting inland, we are really warming things up very nicely, and we are going to see a warm up through the rest of the afternoon, 71 in tampa. 70-degrees in st. petersburg. and already up to 73, which is can really necessary in plant city. so tampa, were heading to 7- -really nice in plant city. today. an overnight, we will see mild temperatures, a little bit cooler to start the day tomorrow. but that is just because we are working that drier air on in. off there. so this particular model, going cooler, saying we are basically staying ability where we are. but i think we will--about where we are. but i think we willed a three degrees for the coastal areas, but it is mainly inland where we are going see about 76. we could get up as far as 77, 78, in a few spots, and see- -and sebring, wanting to get to
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so whatever excuse you can find to get judd side. you need to where shall- -outside, you need use that today. not really more than a new clouds, especially along the coast, that is why we are cooler along the water. and now to the weekend, a big weekend is coming up, the distance classic, so if you are running the 15k, that is saturday morning, you are going to see the temperatures in the 50s, great running weather, mostly sunny, and northeast winds not superstrong, about 5- 10 miles per hour. so you are in good shape. the chilly morning, on thursday, we are going see the upper 40s in the mix, but it is quickly warming up, and we are in the 70s, in fact, some upper 70s hardiheading into the --heading into the weekend. you can be the forecast any time, just download our 10news ian. let's find out [ inaudible ] >> coming up next, giving back to students with the power of
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what a former tampa bay coach is doing make a difference. >> tonight at 8:00 p.m.,ncis, 9:00 p.m. and then 10news at 11:00 p.m. and then stephen colbert is on the late show. hey, guys, it's annie. you know, as moms, we are always looking for new ways to save money. pwell today, i'm going to share with you pa simple tip that could help you stretch your budget when it comes to your grocery shopping. not bad. pit's easy: bogos from other stores aren't always the best deal, pbut walmart every day low prices, pwell, that could save you some money. tampa, the total amount saved at walmart vs winn dixie was $24.49 in this week's basket - that's 22%.
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(donkey sound) (elephant sound) there's a big difference between making noise, (tapping sound) and making sense. (elephant sound) (donkey sound) when it comes to social security, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong.
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it is one of the biggest golf events in florida, the championship is heading back here next month. jordan will be defending his title. we look at how it is an event for the entire family. >> 15 and under are free. and base basically--and basically we have a fun zone, it is really fun for the family. and then we also really support our military, which we are really proud to do. so we have any active duty military, mill stay retired get
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free, them and a guest. >> really cool. it is takes place march 0th through the 13th--march 10th through the 13th. >> go and check it out for a little bit. and ten years with the bucks to coaching in indianapolis, tony is not only and nfl legend, but he is a great member of the community. >> you can see there, coach is reading to children in morning. this is part of his giving with the family foundation, reading program. this morning's book had a special message for second graders. >> we have been reading, for a number of years to the students. and we ask about what we need to write about and talk about. and the kids talked about bullying and being nice and being friendly, and making the atmosphere great. >> it is also cool that each student gets to take home a book of their own.
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chance to get outside this afternoon, do it. >> do it.
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>> neil: [ groans ] >> devon: hey. >> neil: hey. >> devon: are you all right? >> neil: no, i just, uh -- yeah. i-i lost my balance. that's all. >> devon: are you sure? >> neil: yeah. >> devon: have you been drinking? >> neil: no. no. of course not. not tonight. no. listen, you're embarrassing me. don't make a scene. go back to hilary and let me dust off my pride in peace. okay? go. >> jack: hey. >> neil: hey. oh, jack. yeah, you, uh -- [ chuckles ] you missed the floor show. >> jack: how much have you had


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