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election and once again hillary clinton's email scandal is dominating headlines. >> this comes as the clintons get ready to head back to the bay area. the race was thrown into kay ace after fbi director james comey's letter to congress revealed new emails found relating to the private email server. >> craig boswell takes a closer
responding. >> reporter: donald trump continued to hammer hillary clinton over the fbi's discovery of new emails relating to the investigation of her private server. >> i think that's called the mother lode. i think they found them all. >> reporter: cbs news learned the bureau found them on a computer spared by huma abedin and her estranged husband anthony weiner. weiner is having investigated for allegedly sending sexually explicit texts to an underage going to say thank you to anthony weiner. >> reporter: but director comey's letter to congress revealing the discovery was vague, saying only that the bureau doesn't know whether the material is significant or not. >> it's strange to put something like that with such little information right before an election. >> reporter: it's not yet clear how the discovery will impact voters' decisions. initial indicators are that it may not change any minds.
states this weekend their thoughts and 71% said it won't change their mind or they have already voted. >> speech are sloshing between the two candidates and 22 million or so votes have already been cast. >> reporter: the clinton campaign is doing all it can to make sure its supporters head to the polls. >> are any of you gonna be distracted? >> reporter: a tracker poll shows clinton with leads in pennsylvania, north carolina, and colorado. trump is up craig boswell, cbs news, the white house. >> now, the cbs battleground tracker poll was taken before the fbi made its revelation public. again, president bill clinton is going to be in pinellas county for a rally tomorrow. when we get more information we will put it on the 10news app and wtsp.com. meantime, trump's running mate mike pence is going to be visiting the bay area today. he will be at the clearwater aviation area for a rally tonight. gates open at 4:00. back to the emails.
yeah, and it's to review whether newly discovered discovered emails passed through the server. cbs news has learned that the emails were discovered earlier this month, but fbi director comey says he didn't find out about them until last thursday. the latest on the investigation from d.c. >> reporter: cbs news has learned comey has been calling members of congress who demanded that he release more information about the review of the new emails. comey is under fire for making the disclosure 11 days before the election. >> how are the voters? somehow the public supposed to respond to this? there is no way for the public to make an informed judgment. >> reporter: in a letter addressed to the fbi director sunday, democratic senator harry reid accused comey of partisan action and alleged
by violating the hatch act. it bans federal and other government employees from participating in political activities that could help or hurt a partisan group or candidate in a partisan election. investigators seized the laptop belonging to long-time clinton aide huma abedin and estranged husband anthony weiner during a separate probe into weiner's alleged communication with an underaged girl. cbs news learned the fbi deliberated over whether to officials debated whether they would be accused of trying to manipulate the election by hiding the renewed investigation if criminal evidence was found. a person familiar with the process says officials ultimately concluded that the letter was the most credible approach after comey pledged to inform congress if anything new came up related to the investigation into clinton's use of the private email server. >> we would certainly look at any new and substantial
is above the law. >> reporter: law enforcement sources say abedin is cooperating and seemed surprised that the emails were on the laptop. the search is on for a driver who hit a deputy and a tampa woman. the woman was killed and the deputy has a broken pelvis and other had been involved in a crash. investigators say that they were standing along state road 60 saturday morning. another driver slammed into them and drove off. the deputies admit they don't have much to go on. they hope somebody saw the crash and will help them find the hit-and-run driver. if you know anything call the polk sheriff's office. an earthquake in italy on
buildings crumbled. it complicated quake relief efforts in an area coping with an aftermath of an august quake that killed 300 people. the manhunt for an accused killer in oklahoma is over after eight days. michael vance died in a police shoot out on sunday. a sheriff was hit in the gunfire. advance is accused of killing two relatives and shooting two police officers. they believe he filmed two facebook live videos documenting his run from police california. it destroyed a three-story condo complex under construction. the fire could be seen for miles. fortunately, no one was hurt. it's halloween and you can see that we have got all the trimings set up for tonight's big festivities. before you head out it's not all about fun and games. 10news reporter emerald morrow joins us in pinellas park this afternoon. she is taking a look at the extremes that some people go to when it comes to safety. >> reporter: getting your
but with all of the creepy clown threats that have popped up all across the country some people here in florida it say they are planning to do some armed trick-or-treating this year. after a few creepy clown sightings and a few threats in brevard county some people say when they take their kids out tonight they are taking whatever they need with them to stay safe. one woman says she is going to have a bat and another is going to be toting a gun just to be on the safe side. she says she is personally terrified of comes to mess with her or her kids she will not hesitate to shoot. but officials say this mentality could put someone who does not mean any harm in danger. it's probably safe to say it's a good idea to stay away from the clown costumes in year. you might think it's a little over the top to take a gun with you to go trick-or-treating, but your best weapon might be in your phone. if you see anything suspicious while you're out, make sure you call police.
apologizing for a costume that some found offensive. look at this. they dressed up as a native american and a pilgrim. on twitter people accused her of being racist and out of touch. duff tweeted out i am so sorry i offended people with my costume. i am truly from the bottom of my heart sorry. walsh also apologized. halloween may not be a holiday like thanksgiving or christmas but many of you still ve the national retail federation says we spend almost $8.5 billion a year on halloween. that's almost $83 a person. more than $3 billion is on costumes, $2.5 billion on candy. game 6 of the world series is tomorrow at 8:00 at progressive field. game 5 in chicago on sunday night bass close. chapman known for throwing 100
many argue that last-minute merges cause road rage. >> yeah. so why are some states encouraging them? we are gonna take a look at that after the break. ever feel like moving around at the office? up next one company is taking the work on the road. and a new study about why the measles vaccines are so important especially for infants. and we are off to a gorgeous start this afternoon. look at all this sunshine as we look out over sand keys. there is a lot more in e if you are sick of the warm temperatures i have
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deadly complication from measles is more common. the neurological disorder sste can lay dormant in an infected child and can become fatal years later. doctors say children who don't get vaccinated are putting others at risk. some office workers in london got sick of sitting behind a desk all day so they are coming out here. this is catching on. they are called 30-minute
them. they get their creative juices flowing and heart rates up. >> they are making that link that it's a much more productive session when they walk around the block. >> the exact same thing outside. you can be more relaxed and still have that honest conversation with whoever you are meeting with. >> reporter: health experts recommend 30 minutes of moderil physical exercise every day. for many it helps meet that goal. a recent study meetings boost workers' productivity and their moods. mergers are often blamed for road rage. engineers in a handful of states are encouraging drivers to use the so-called zipper merge. it's when drivers wait to the final moment to join a single lane of traffic before construction zones. kris van cleave explains. >> i stay in the lane as long as possible and then merge into it. >> reporter: can you blame her?
the right lane, all that empty pavement on the left just sitting there unused. now some traffic engineers are saying go. use that space. so it's okay to cut? >> yes, it's okay to take turns. >> reporter: kansas is one of eight states to try what's known as the zipper merge system. the state department of transportation put up signs asking drivers to use both lanes and take turns near a bridge construction project outside kansas city. >> they are finding what this does is bring predictability to the commute. they know it takes five to six minutes to get through the work zone even in peak traffic. from the air you can see the cars keep moving and they come together, well, like the piece of a zipper. hence, the zipper merge. several studies point to the benefits of zipper merging, including up to 50% shorter lines, a reduction in speeds around construction workers, and drivers reporting less anxiety and frustration. the transportation officials in
convinced. caltrans spokesman mark dinger says they continue to ask drivers to merge early, we don't want them cutting in at the last second. it can need road rage and sudden braking which could cause a direct collision. >> reporter: do you see a day where the zipper merge is the norm? >> yeah, not something that we have to teach forever. one of those things that will come along as the cities grove. >> florida is eight states encouraging the zipper merge. we are moving into a nice afternoon. it's been a really good pattern over the last couple of days? >> warm during the afternoon. the alternative is cold, you know. >> so we'll take it. >> there you go. if you like it a little bit on the cooler side we have that in this week's forecast later on the right now it's the folks that like it warm and sunny. it's your turn right now. stormtracker 10 has absolutely nothing going on. there is a few high clouds out
the beach not a single one out there. it is off to a really great start today. those winds are a little bit calmer than they were over the weekend, but they are gonna pick up towards the middle of the week the still on the breezy side out there today. 82 in tampa, 84 degrees in clearwater. we are heading for 87 for our high this afternoon in tampa and the nice mild temperatures as we head through the evening making for some great trick-or- treating weather. so we were just talking on the break. when we were kids and having wear the winter coats over our costumes sometimes, we do not have do that this time around. temperatures from 83 at the cool end to 77. it will be a little bit on the warm side. it will be dry and it will be breezy. so if you have an elaborate hairdo, spray that down. hats. pin them. something like that. that could be the only issue as you're out and about later tonight. if you like the cooler air, it's coming. the jet stream just has to dip first. here you can see that coming in
that's all the way through. the cool polar air is gonna be to our north. this is enough to drive in cooler and drier air just in time for the weekend and just in time for much of the st. pete food and wine festival which kicks off on thursday. and thursday is going to be a little bit on the warm side. not hot by any stretch, but the cooler days are definitely going to be over the weekend. so saturday we're looking for a good amount of breeze out there. gusty winds out of the north about 10 to 15 miles are gonna be possible but plenty of sunshine in the forecast and friday looks largely dry. now, i know this particular model tends to look like, oh my gosh, what are you talking about? this is mostly dry. there is a whole lot of water coming there. the back end breaks up towards the back end to the front, so that's what we're gonna get. a couple spotty showers inland and that's about it. then we enjoy the nice cool temperatures for both saturday and sunday. only a 10 to 20% chance of
folks east of i-75 and then everyone gets to enjoy that cool, dry air as we head into saturday and sunday. our overnight temperatures sunday morning back down into the upper 50s. that's for the bay area. if you're north of tampa bay or east of tampa bay low-to-mid 50s in your forecast this weekend. >> that looks good. so if you are looking for holiday decorating tips, we some for you next. tonight "kevin 8:00 followed by "man with a plan" at 8:30, 9:00 "2 broke girls," "odd couple" followed by "scorpians" at 10 and
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are you looking for some today on great day tampa they got some ideas. >> as it opens up it's pink in the center. it looks great with gray eucalyptus. >> it's haunted house-ish. >> yeah. >> yeah. i just make the words up as we go along. that's how i roll. >> now i have orange roses for this one. this -- so this is made in florida. >> oh, it is?
>> if you want to put together a spooky floral decoration you can see the entire interview on the "great day tampa bay" facebook page. i had the unique opportunity to judge a drum competition on saturday. it was the drum bash 10.0, and it was so much fun. these kids were amazing. >> you said it was just like watching a performance. >> it was. it was like being at a concert. they were as young as 7 old. that kid in the green shirt, he was an emoji. they had to dress up. these judges are known around the world for their talent and skill, and these kids knew who they were because they are famous drummers. to have them judge the kids and give them feedback, the kids were amazed. they took it all in. this is the winner. she won it all. and she was awesome. she put on a show. she was into it and got the crowd into it and it was really awesome to ab part of it.
drumming. >> i imagine when you are judging the competition everyone gets into it. >> yeah. >> you feel that vibe and electricity? >> yeah. and when a 7-year-old goes up there and kills it, it's so much fun. really cool. a lot of kids heading out for trick-or-treating tonight. >> it's gonna be great. it's gonna be warm. you don't have to wear the jackets or sweaters or anything like that this ye those of us who are kind of over this summertime feel. we have a little something for everyone in the seven-day forecast. thursday we are warm and sunny. friday a slight chance for inland showers. then the weekend looks picture perfect. highs near 80. overnight lows sunday morning if you are looking to go for a nice cool run 59 degrees. >> that will be good. >> very nice. >> we have been waiting for it. thanks for joining us. have a safe halloween tonight and we will see you back here
amendment 1 protects consumers from scams, promotes safe solar, and is endorsed by florida's firefighters. so, why are out-of-state billionaires attacking it? because amendment 1 stops their subsidies. amendment 1 ensures that if you don't choose solar, you don't have to pay for those who do. for ial interests. bob buesing... on the record. it's solar done right. he sues tax payers to cover the outrageous cost of a lavish courthouse. buesing files forclosures on homes critical to seniors. his law firm is accused of running up costs on a school district at the expense of our kids. trailing in the polls, buesing attacks dana young. for things she never did.
hillary clinton: far too many
families today don't earn what they need and don't have the opportunities they deserve. i believe families deserve quality education for their kids, childcare they can trust and afford, equal pay for women, and jobs they can really live on. people ask me what will be different if i'm president? well kids and families have been the passion of my life and they will be the
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