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>> 10 news at 11:00 starts right now. this chaos and violence as protesters clash at a donald trump rally. >> good evening, i'm reginald roundtree have f. . and i'm gwen roller. the growing security concerns. fights broke out as people confronted each other, some supporting and some against trump, and at least one person stormed the stage. protesters had gathered inside and thousands outside the venue at the university of illinois. >> it's kind of a once in a lifetime experience to see a presidential candidate, and yeah. walked outside and people are
>> i'm happy they didn't allow this in our city! >> protesters have been increasingly disruptive at trump events, earlier today, 32 people were arrested at his rally in st. louis. trudge has three ral -- trump has three rallies planned for tomorrow. gun violence is the reasons dozens of lives are taken every year in the bay area. in st. pete, a 3-year-old is recovering after a drive which shooting. now one group is fighting back. as 10 news reporter gairin -- garin flowers explains, they believe it starts with the community. >> reporter: as children played in the city, people hoping to keep the violence at the corner. >> me and my organization. >> reporter: ali would start the new tampa bay and the new black panther party bringing their message to the street, hoping to stop the shooting, stabbing, and other problems plaguing the area. >> the gun don't have no name, the bullet, but the person behind that trigger does, and
hurting someone's family. >> reporter: like the recent rash of violence in south st. pete involving teen victims. and just this week, a 3-year-old and young adult were injured in a drive by shooting. >> it really hurt me so bad, this is an innocent child sitting, doing nothing. >> reporter: the black panther party of the civil rights was known to combat actions by police officers. the new party here has a different message. >> the police is not the problem, it is us in the community. >> reporter: robert sherman manages club rain, where eight people were shot last month. his 20-year-old nephew died in that shooting. >> i go home every thiet, looking for my nef -- night, looking for my nephew to be sitting on my damn porch. i can't see him no more. >> reporter: ali believes ending the month -- no snitching
between officers will help the gun violence. in taup tampa, garin flowers. now it's okay for pregnant women to travel to mexico city and other places in higher elevations in break point locations. higher elevations because of the lack of humid and other conditions. most of the destinations in the travel warning are in latin america or the caribbean. officials also said today that a vaccine could be ready for testing this tall. zik -- fall. zika has been linked to newborns with abnormally small heads and developmental delays. torrential rains pounded louisiana for a fourth day today. the weather has left roads impassable and cars submerged. hundreds of people have been forced from their homes. some rivers are said to be reaching historic levels and
at least three people have died. they get their turn to present their case beginning on monday, hulk hogan's team resting their case in the sex tape trial this afternoon. the big question, will bubba the love sponge take the stand? >> what do you make of the fact that bubba doesn't want to come in here? >> ugh, no comment. >> bubba has already said he will plead the 5th if he's forced to testify. saw the motion today to reject his subpoena. hogan is suing for $100 million over the leaked sex tape. court resumes monday at 9:00 a.m. and you can watch it live on the 10 news app. consumer alert to tell you about, have you filed your taxes yet? well if you're e-filing, you better watch out for fraud, kendra conlon looks out ats a new -- at a new report that shows half of the irs approved
protect your information jie knew something was wrong. >> reporter: not even attorney wayne zel was protected by hackers. >> somebody was trying to claim a refund using my social security number. >> reporter: first the irs got hacked, exposing more than 700,000 taxpayer be's acts. tax preparers could be a weak link, irs approved free e-filing services failed to give customers adequate security. >> folks that make $62,000 a year or less in household income, the most vulnerable part of our society. >> reporter: the online trust finds most of the failing sites didn't properly authenticate e-mail addresses, leaving taxpayers open to phishing and malicious e-mail scams. but identity theft and financial expert heather waggenal tells me it's not just the e filers at risk. if you're a paper filer or use an accountant, a crook could use your information and file a
>> make sure that you secure your online log in at the irs.gov website, because whether or not if you file electronically, someone else could be filing in your stead, any refund you expect could be sent overseas. >> reporter: waggenal warns, make sure the websites have https and security locks, create secure passwords, don't save them and check that your computer isn't infected with malware. steps to proactively protect your i.d.. now, there is good news this year, you have three tleks day -- extra days to file the deadlines, the deadline is april 18. but remember, the longer you wait, the higher chance the crook could file first using your i.d.. all right, back to your choice 2016, voters in florida and in four other [ lost audio ] ted cruz, marco rubio, and john kasich all say they can beat trump one-on-one.
with his rivals to stop the businessman. the rubio camp has a staffer passing out this flier at a ted cruz event, urging ted cruz supporters to switch sides. and his campaign is encouraging his supporters in ohio to vote for kasich. florida, ohio, north carolina, illinois, and missouri all vote next tuesday, and it's winner take all in the delegate race on the republican side. florida is the biggest prize with 99 delegates. an exclusive poll shows hillary clinton ahead of trump. have a better chance against clinton with marco rubio, ted cruz, and john kasich all beating her. kasich, however, has the biggest lead, 51 to 34%. time thousand tore headlines around the nation and the world, this is your 60 second scan, mourners gathered at the presidential library in simi valley, california to pay final
she died last sunday at the age of 94. close friends and family remembered her as more than just a first lady, saying she and her husband had a love for one another that inspired everyone. astronaut scott kelly said to retire on april 1. he just got back from that record 340 day stay on board the international space station. during his career, kelly ventured in to space four times. even though he's leaving nasa, he'll continue participating in ongoing medical research to study the effects of long duration space flights. and in minnesota, a close call for a sheriff's deputy, he was able to out of the way of a sliding car on ice. he was talking to a driver when he saw the suv headed to them, he ran away and yelled for the driver to close the door just in time. just after the deputy gets out of the way, the suv slides in the frame, and that's your 60
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>> reporter: a different perspective of your neighborhood than what you typically see. in clearwater, jonathan petramala, 10 news wtsp. another feature for alerts to be sent to your e-mail. all that information on our free 10 news app, search wtsp in your device in the app store. a picture causing controversy at a popular family friendly restaurant. why the naacp is involved. he put his own life in danger to save another. hear from the firefighter hero ahead. plus, [ indiscernible ] for you to have a perfect weekend. so much going on in the new overnight models just coming in, your weekend forecast, when you
it shows a large group of white people lynching, watching, a public hanging of at least one person weg lynched in texas back in 1895. -- being lynched in texas back in 1895. to top it all off, a quote, all i said was i didn't like the gumbo end of quote. the couple that was there immediately told the manager, they were appalled. >> i'm an african american studies major, when i looked at it, it was clear it was a lynching. >> you just felt sick and confused and, it, it was just sickening. it was disgusting. >> in a statement, joe's crab shack also apologized and they removed the picture. they did not say why the picture was there in the first place, or if there are similar pictures at other locations across the country. in tech news tonight, apple has a new idea that could save lives. the company is looking at an apple watch feature that would
health emergency and dial 911. the watch would sense the change either in your body or the environment around you and theb would push a signal to your phone that would tell it to call for help. and would also be able to create a list of contacts that would get an alert, letting them know you've had an emergency. an incredible story of bravery in washington dc, a great grandmother caught in a fire. >> but that's when a firefighter gave up his oxygen mask to help save her life. >> i knew i wasn't going to be able to you will p her over the railing -- pull her over the railing because we were high, i knew it would risk both our lives so i just gave her my air. that's it. >> you did more than that! the 65-year-old woman is recovering in the hospital. meanwhile, officers say lovato can return to work in a week after his breathing improves.
job and that he would do it again if he had to. >> awesome. well, this is not the weekend to be stuck at home, no matter what your taste, there's something to do! it's the last weekend of the strawberry festival in plant city. the fire stone grand prix is revving up. saturday night, the rough riders hit the streets of [ inaudible ] for the st. patrick's parade. or maybe music's more your tune. the gasparilla music festival is going on all weekend. >> tracking storms, alerting you, protecting your family. it's time for 10 weather. so, a lot of events going on. but -- >> what are you going to do this weekend? >> i'm not sure, but i hear there may be rain. >> might be a little bit. this is why we're here to lay it all out. >> not a game changer though. >> it is not. and that's the big message we want to send this weekend, it's the type of set up that you could wait any shower out.
event, the strawberry fest at the championship, let's get in to details, new models come in, want to run down what we're expecting, and of course, another warm, gorgeous friday night. 72 degrees, 62 polk city, 68 in sarasota, and this low that we've been talking about for days causing the flooding from areas of texas, louisiana, and mississippi. it looks a little ominous, right to our west. these are huge storms in the gulf. that's why we're here to break this down, because you can't look at that on the surface and think that that's exactly what's going to slide on top of us over the weekend. that's why we're saying it is not an ansel your plan -- cancel your plan kind of weekend, it's more of a wait out any showers we see, and one day looks better than the other. here's the breakdown, i'm going to run the big picture for you and then break down saturday and sunday. this low is not tracking straight east. it is actually going northeast. and again tomorrow, there will be huge storms in the gulf, but look what happens.
afternoon and evening, most of that energy tracks up towards the tennessee and ohio valley. some of this regenerates but it's not going to be the same stuff that's been in louisiana and texas that you have a chance to see over your weekend. probably breathe a sigh of relief. i do expect clouds building in tomorrow, but it will still be very warm, and at best, i see a pop up brief shower or two for saturday. here's what we're looking at. and it's not so much on the coast or the beaches, it really looks like after 2:00 we could see a couple of pop up showers, i-75 and east. yes, those going to the straw we ary fest want to keep that in mind. but i wouldn't cancel your plans, this is a take your strawberry shortcake under a tent, let it breeze on by and get back to your activities. but you can see five or six, one or two brief showers, possible. not severe. no big thunderstorms or dangerous weather at all, these are easily
oh, go about your weekend and have some fun. temperatures will be wonderful, 85 degrees in plant city. and again, more clouds in the second half of the day, but sunshine in the morning should be very, very pretty. now on the water, i still expect the winds to be brisk at times, we will likely see southeast winds five to 50 knots, moderate chop expected. low tides at around 10:00 a.m. and high tides around 4:00 in the afternoon. beach day looks good, my friends, any pop up showers should be east, dry on the gulf and 67 starting to come up but it's still a little cool. now on sunday, a better chance of a few more widespread showers but again, i really want to drive home the message that i don't think these are cancel your plan kind of showers. even for sunday. and it's not until the second half of the day, we're talking this will after 2:00. you see stray showers coming in after the coast, pop in here or there, it may last a little bit longer. we're at a 40% coverage.
are big thunderstorms lasting three and four hours, so our thoughts are this is the kind of stuff, go about your saturday and sunday. could there be a brief shower too that you work your way around? absolutely. but for the most part a nice warm weekend is in store, both days, and next week the winds finally back down for those of you dealing with that. tuesday, wednesday, and thursday, your day. now, of course in the overnight hours, we krurchb the numbers -- crunch the numbers again, when you grab your coffee and the tampa bay times, in lakeland with the legend. falling in with a hole and the duel with the flyers, spieth will be around for the weekend.
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now, live from the sun coast honda dealers sports desk, it's time for 10 sports. >> all right, friday, the lightning couldn't do anything against the flyers team, tonight battling for the last playoff spot in the east. flyers actually look like they wanted more, a 3-1 win over the bolts in the arena. keeping the lightning in second place in the atlantic. they're trailing, matt reed skates it alone, bishop was screened 2-0 flyers. shem beats bishop on a wrap
that was basically the hockey game right there. scoring here, the bolts went to 3-1. now they're off on a four game road trip. all right, some of the best news for the championship. spieth will play on the weekend! the defending champ hit a 68, hit a couple off the green, made the cut by one. your leader, stricker. he's at five under with mckenzie, stricker on this shot, eagle number 10. he shot a 66 daniel berger and bill hoss are four under par. ryan was not happy with his car, but that's why there's always tomorrow. the 28 on his car might not mean much to you or me right now but it will. as sports fisher explains.
for fire stone grand prix you could go with the indie 500 and serious champion or an underdog who has never won in st. pete. why not both? try rooting for ryan hunter ray. >> this is my home, only three hours away from home, and this is where all the friends and family come out to. it's the season opener. so it's pressure packed rkts you really -- you really want to get the season off to a good start. >> reporter: and if you're not sold, let's see if this gets your motor going. >> for something that affects you, me, and everyone! cancer. >> i lost my mom to cancer in 2009. she was diagnosed, we lost her in a short amount of time, blind sided us. it's an honor to run the 28 in honor of the 28 million people living with cancer. >> reporter: 28 million people. really think about that number , hunter ray really does when he gets behind the wheel. and it's why he's passionate about beating cancer on and off
>> my charity, racing for cancer, racingforcancer.com. we use the indie car series and motor sports is our platform to raise awareness first and the funds against cancer, $3.5 million over the years. it's been phenomenal and we've made a big impact. >> reporter: pretty hard to root against someone who's driving for all of us. the bucs sign two free agents for the defense, grimes from the dolphins and eric jr. from the giants. finally, a weird wild finish in orlando, the aec tournament, ending third, johnson nails a three with 0.8 seconds to get over three, an 80 footer from [ indiscernible ] went in! [ laughter ] so yeah, they, went through a fourth and overtime and uconn
okay, finally tonight, a rare find among the lobsters this portland, maine. a lobster with four claws! >> whoa! >> the female lobster they dubbed clawdette as three fully functioning claws, it's a rare genetic mutation. she'll be stent to the maine aquarium and live the life of a lobster pup. >> that's a lot going on. >> thanks for joining us! [ laughter ] >> spring forward! >> when? >> saturday night in to sunday. >> do it now. >> i like that. [