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10news reporter sarah hollenbeck is live at one of the busiest polling places in tampa with everything you need to know before you head to the polls. sarah, voters have a lot to keep in mind today. yes, especially because today's ballot will have 13 republican candidates listed, and 3 democrats. as you know there are only 4 republicans left in the race, and 2 democrats but by the time those candidates withdrew from the race, their names were already printed on the ballots. make sure you don't vote for a candidate that's no longer in the running. a few other things to keep in mind: - polling places open 7am-7pm -best time to go: mid-morning, mid-afternoon -bring id you can check your polling place location and make sure you're registered on the supervisor of elections website live in.
into what's next for the candidates-- who could drop out after today and which candidates need your vote the most. live in tampa, sh, 10news wtsp some good news for g-o-p frontrunner donald trump. he will not be indicted after a violent encounter after one of his rallies. you might remember this video from a rally in north carolina last wednesday, where a man says he was hit in the face while being escorted out. authorities there say there is not enough evidence to charge trump for "inciting" a riot. trump has said he does not condone violence at his rallies. we're staying on top of a story out of chicago where three officers were hurt and another man is dead after a shootout. the officers are expected to be o-k. police say it all started when the officers noticed two suspects, a man and woman, acting suspiciously. the man opened fire.. and police shot and killed him. the woman is being questioned by
the defense will continue calling witnesses to the stand today in hulk hogan's trial against the website gawker. the case centers around a leaked sex tape. first this morning nick denton -- the founded of the entertainment website will continue his testimony. also today, the sex tape will be played...but only for the jurors to see. 10 news will be back in the courtroom this morning starting at 9:00. to watch the trial live, remember you can view it on our 10 news app. wrong way crashes are stories we've unfortunately way too often. now we're learning there is one part of the bay area where you are most likely to run into a wrong-way driver. data compiled by the florida transportation tampa, has more wrong way driver crashes and arrests of the bay area. officials in tampa say that could be because of several things like more cars on the road and more officers on patrol. florida highway
than staying alert, at night you should stay right, avoiding the left lane on highways, and if you see a wrong way driver, slow down and pull off the road. if you've been following the redevelopment and design of the st. pete pier and think you have good ideas...don't miss this story. tonight is your opportunity to talk with architects about your thoughts on the pier approach. the city wants everyone's input on the details of how it should look. - when you come out tonight...you'll be working within the framework of the waterfront masterplan that city council has already approved - so this will be all about rolling up your sleeves and helping to fine-tune some of the details of the pier approach project...which includes parts of bayshore and beach drives - some of the big ideas architects already have for the pier approach are two 8-thousand square foot restaurants, an art bridge and many other activities for the entire family - but in order for it to be just right...architects are calling on you to pitch in and help out
for the project...which architects hope will be all wrapped up by 2018. and if you want to weigh in... tonight's meeting runs from 7-9 at the usf-st. pete university student center ballroom. that's at 200 6th avenue south. in sarasota county, general david petraeus will be speaking at a private event today. the decorated military officer is expected to talk about international security issues and leadership in the 21st century. after serving in the military, general petraeus, was active in the c-i-a. he oversaw achievements in global counterterrorism and helped develop a new economic security center. next time you fly somewhere you may notice shorter wait times in the security line. the t-s-a says it's hiring more screening officers for busier airports. it also announced canine teams will be reassigned to busier airports. the t-s-a administrator says it's been approved to
were supposed to be cut. this is after staffers at airports like minneapolis, atlanta and seattle complained about 60-minute wait times. if you or someone you know is trying to quit smoking, this story may help you out. the best way for most people to quit is cold turkey. a new study found even smokers who preferred quitting gradually were 25 percent more likely to keep their pledge if they gave up smoking all at once. classes at the university of washington came to a brief halt monday night when this scaffolding collapsed in high winds. the structure came down on the front lawn of the university's rotc program and fell into the street. thankfully most people were inside when the scaffolding went down, but it caused quite the scene. one or two r-o-t-c cars got trapped under the scaffolding collapse. someone's car
the project had this month for maintence when scaffolding was anchored. university personnel had investigated and said work was safe to continue. a single mother who rebuilt her life is the new owner of a habitat home built just for her. kimberly sparks and her 12-year-old daughter, sarah mae are the new owners of the "girl powerhouse" in largo. it was funded and built by women. it took about 200 women, eight weeks to make this happen. this is the second girl powerhouse in the 351st habitat house. with your friends a new york man may think of himself as a modern day robin hood...but that still doesn't mean he didn't break the law. the man, who works as a waiter at an i-hop, was arrested for giving away more than $3000 in free drinks to customers. he said he was not
to those in need. police say he showed no remorse when he was arrested. he faces multiple charges. it wasn't the ferry ride passengers were expecting. after the break...the tough ride they all shared during a powerful wind storm. his trash talking went a long way. music artist drake, gets involved in a crucial moment of a n-b-a game! coming up tonight on 10 news and c-b-s. starting at 8:00, n-c-i-s, followed by n-c-i-s new orleans at 9:00. at 10:00, limitless. then tune in to 10 news at 11. don't forget to stay up for the late show with stephen colbert and his guests steve martin and shirley maclaine. live look from florida southern
noticed by all of the tv ads and phone calls, it's election season and today is the florida primary. it's a big deal for candidates. florida is a winner take all state with 99 delegates at stake. starting in just seven and they close at seven tonight. more than two million floridians have already cast absentee ballots and early votes. illinois, missouri, north carolina and ohio also have primaries today. police officers are after a being shot by that suspect was shot and killed by officers. officers were possible drug activity in a neighborhood when they caught up to a man and woman.
at the officers. the woman was and spent the night being questioned by investigators. the city of st. you to weigh in on the new pier! there will be a today to discuss the initial concepts of the pier approach. it's the area west of where the pier ends, all the way up to beach drive. those who go to be able to ask the the meeting begins at 7:00 tonight at the center ballroom at u-s-f st. pete's campus. take you to western washington -- got some incredible video in to share. several passengers had a tough ride over the weekend on a ferry. the boat was headed back from the san juan islands...north of seattle area. at the time there was a wind storm -- with winds of 55-60 miles per house. it caused large waves to hit the cars. watch closely you can see many of the cars are pushed around... you can also hear car alarms going off.
video...said "my car was washed backwards into the car behind it." no major damage...but some minor damage to cars. rapper and toronto raptors "global ambassador" drake tried to help his team in a comeback victory on monday. in the final minute, drake chatted with bulls guard justin holiday while he was trying to inbound the ball. holiday was then called for a five second violation, perhaps because he was distracted. even though he tried, drake's team fell short as the bulls came away
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in south dakota need about 49 hours. big changes for the cosmetic company, avon. it's moving the headquarters from new york to the u-k. that will leave about 25-hundred people out of work. in a statement, avon says it's to "direct connections to operations throughout the world" and reduce its corporate infrastructure. avon has product sales in 70 other countries. scientists at the smithsonian national museum of natural history have introduced a new dinosaur species. this guy, you might call pre-rex. it's a horse sized dinosaur that scientists say is a predecessor of the tyrannosaurs. using ct scans scientists figured out it already had the powerful senses of a predator. discovering those abilities in a 90 million year old dinosaur, helped scientists understand the evolutionary leap that made the t-rex
manatee in saratoga county. we will talk about that coming up. hotspots at 6:00 on your tuesday morning. i am hillary val. the skyway bridge is close because of the fog. you have to take i-75 instead. check out the big hotspots. 275 s. of pinellas point drive in pinellas county. i will break down the detour a little more. good tuesday morning. i am allison kropff. it is election day in florida. your ballot could make or break a few candidates. >> sarah hollenbeck is live. you are watching three