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to your children about the dangers? 10news reporter quite a simple as getting answers. >> it would probably work. >> if i would've heard that i would have been bursting into tears. >> reporter: these young people don't agree with what the has folded that they admit they do not always listen to their parents telling them not to text and drive. >> i am guilty of that. >> especially if have to respond yes or no. >> reporter: young people know the dangers and yet they still do it. so what is the best way to get them to stop? doctor daniel hey is having these types of conversations with his teenager right now. he says making of a tragedy could traumatize kids and make them lose trust. >> you don't know how it will
sure if it distracts from the main message. >> reporter: the doctor recommends using stories about real crashes to get your point. >> we also need to set good examples as parents and not text and drive ourselves. >> reporter: remember your kids are watching. grady trimble, 10news, wtsp. >> teenagers are more likely than any other age group to crash because of distracted driving. right now in des es accused of killing two officers is in police custody. police say scott greene turned himself in after hours on the run. he was wanted for ambushing and shooting one officer at 1 am and another 20 minutes later. greene has a history with law enforcement trespassing at his daughter's high school football game with a confederate flag.
crowd that felt that was offensive and that he should be removed from the stadium. >> reporter: they don't know how many weapons he had access to. presidential polls are all over the place with a raise this close the only thing you can do is wait until the results roll in on november 8. instead of showing you the latest we sent 10news reporter eric glasser out as one of our own. >> reporter: we set up our sentiment inviting people to choose clinton or trump. 30 minutes in downtown tampa have 16 of 19 choosing clinton. we took the same box to another city and this time or trump and clinton. >> i don't think it is an accident. >> reporter: the issue with pull is the informal ballot box shows the only as accurate as
becoming difficult to measure public opinion. >> that is because they have to call people on land lines that on cell phones. calling these would be a violation of the law. >> reporter: many people especially young voters only have a cell phone these days so she has never been contacted by a poster. >> i think it is hard to gauge where people are at. >> reporter: we were encouraged by each time so participating they went to painstaking links card. >> i did not want to stuff the ballot box because i had one vote so i wanted to be fair. >> you have got to be honest. you have got to be honest with everything. and i think that is one thing that is missing in this election. honesty on both sides. >> reporter: eric glasser, 10news, wtsp .
polls you can trust. that is the big story tonight. coming up at 5:30 our 10news political expert goes deeper as to why they can vary so much and he also reveals the best place you can go for reliable results. check the the candidates focus on minority voters during stops on both sides of the country. donald trump is here in florida on his way to pensacola after rallies in miami and orlando. hillary clinton is in nevada and arizona. both are trying to reach out to hispanic voters. >> in the newsroom now with 10news reporter mark rivera covering trump and clinton said the primaries. tell us a little bit about joe biden who is stopping for clinton today and what his tone was like. >> we are less than six days away from this election. you can hear the urgency in the voice of joe biden ascii spoke to the crowd of several hundred. >> there is not a thing we
the president of the united states. >> yesterday hillary clinton was competing in dade city with a decided difference in her message and tone because of the email saga not being over. >> she was basically an attack dog completely yesterday going after >> reporter: using character assassination. that is what we were seeing from surrogates like joe biden today in tampa too. >> how many lives were ruined because he wanted good business. ladies and gentlemen, this guy doesn't get it. he has stiffed more workers than you can count and has said on national television maybe i didn't like the quality of their work. trump, maybe i don't like the quality of what you say or of who you are. >> after all of those attacks against trump and clinton over the past few days, we have yet to hear a word from either of
and possibly reopening the investigation into the email server. i have got a story about that but have been working on coming up at 6:00. >> mark, thank you. and taking a live look outside at your evening commute you can see right here it is crowded but moving along on both sides of i-275 on the st. pete side of the howard frankland bridge. even though we cannot see it on our traffic cameras on the candy bridge th is close and we will stay on top of that and bring you up-to- date on air and online on www.wtsp.com. this story is going to be tough to get through so you may want to grab some tissues if you don't have them close by. i promise you it is worth it. the friendship between a 91- year-old world war ii veteran and his 6-year-old friend became a social media sensation. we told you on monday that that veteran passed away in hospice care.
more story to share with you about this sweet pair. >> reporter: the changing of the seasons. the circle of life. >> he has been extra quiet and extra snuggly. >> reporter: plenty of metaphors exist for what he is experiencing. >> but none that quality hurt of losing a friend. the viral video relationship between world war ii veteran erling kindem and his next-door neighbor charmed a nation but a friendship that survived a new with the declining health of erling was destined to come to an end. >> he said so we will have to wait a really long time before we see him again in heaven.
>> this conversation recorded just days ago by emmett's parents on one of his final visits. >> you are such a nice way. >> it felt like goodbye. >> listen to your mother and dad because they are going to give you the best advice they can. remember that. >> he wasn't afraid to hold his hand and he wasn't afraid to hug him. i met was his friend -- em was his friend. >> reporter: there was thousands of social media condolences. >> there is a lot of love between the two of them they really make people think about it. >> are you going to miss his stories? >> reporter: life lessons for one so young. >> i told you he was fast. >> reporter: but over three years emmett and erling chat or something worse exist than losing a friend.
one. >> i hope that one thing that emmett will take from this is stick with the people you love until the very end. i really proud of emmett . >> you have been a good play. thank you. >> you are welcome. >> it just takes your breath away, doesn't it? >> if all of us could be as lucky to have a friendship like that in our lives. >> take a amendment 1 is endorsed by florida's firefighters...
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we are halfway through the week and you are taking a live look outside at downtown tampa with a few showers across the bay area this afternoon. meteorologist bobby deskins is tracking those for you in less than two minutes. they are usually in the air but a new drone is now making waves taking you deeper than any scuba diving trip. 10news reporter isabel mascarenas tells you how it waters. >> reporter: meet trident. a drone that travels with the ease of land developed with a kickstart a campaign by the company. >> it flies can airplane. it speeds along. >> i think it is a fascinating piece of technology. >> reporter: the scuba diving instruction sees many uses for the underwater robot.
driver -- diver should. >> reporter: it is tied to a thin cord allowing one to control this from any wireless device at a cell phone. the drone travels 100 yards, the length of a football field. >> with scuba diving you plan your dive and this is a great tool. >> we believe that explanation is not just about gathering data but also about experiencing new worlds in a new way. >> opening up exhalation to everybody so they become scientists. >> also people who cannot get into the water for physiological reasons. >> reporter: the ease do-it- yourself technology is portable enough to take as carry-on luggage. it has been used to explore under the ice in antarctica and at mount everest and in a steamship deep in the lake tahoe. >> the size bloomy away too.
isabel mascarenas, 10news, wtsp . >> i think a lot of people want one now. you might think this cool technology would cost thousands of dollars you can get one of these for about $900. >> christmas. absolutely. now i know. when you are looking offshore you go to your gps numbers and now you just throw that thing over good to go. we felt some showers. we talked about it yesterday with a couple sprinkles coming through. it is very light there is some witty enough -- wet enough for the roads. there are a couple showers. let's start in the seven parts of hillsboro county. this sprinkle comes through and that is gone to the east of welcome. the other shower is right across the secondary plan over top of it and this is very light rain moving out of the center area.
one already crossed the northern and the sky here comes the second one of the bay. we have a quick sprinkle and there is a chance for another one in a half-hour or so. one little shower moving right of the manatee river back toward bringing 10 and we cannot rule out a sprinkle -- braden 10 in the cannot rule out a sprinkle in the hidden river area whi little shower will hold down for putting us toward hidden river basically right about now. most about stays south of myakka head and use it to lisa citrus county the have fallen apart. we shouldn't have to much more rain to worry about and it is just really light sprinkles. temperature wise 86 in tampa and now 82 in sarasota but
the record set in 1971 four days before i was born. 92 degrees. definitely on the warm side at 89 but not a recordbreaker today. this evening the file into the upper 60s and sunday is 45 with tomorrow morning 73. let's walk you through your thursday and it is a little bit light today as we see a few more clouds. you probably noticed that today to work with. the coverage tomorrow will not be like what we saw today. baltimore had a quick sprinkle today. literally that would be just about it. the better chance again would be south of i-4. we will stay in the mid-80s again and have a little bit of a breeze but you notice the windy was not as brisk as it has been in the same thing for tomorrow.
big change and it doesn't look like it through the weekend with ragweed, l, and grass. tomorrow evening yuriko with the st. pete wide and food festival with a beautiful day and mid-70s by the time we get to 9:30. friday night is there night with the small chance for a shower after 7:30. otherwise, mid-70s and saturday will be breezy with os wine tastings. it is a fantastic weekend so get your tickets now and head on out. the forecast for the frontal boundary was friday afternoon into the evening. you can see this is 10 pm with most of the rain out of there. after that is when the cooler air comes in for the weekend. look at that weekend forecast. it is not the coolest but upper 70s for a high and upper 50s
i did put a 10% chance for a shower in on sunday and monday and another cool shot wednesday. remember we are pushing those clocks back one hour before bed on saturday night and it will stay dry for the most of the night. two parents are in jail in washington after officers did something drastic. it is unthinkable to get their children to go to sleep. this story is shocking people all over the internet and it will shock you in your me injected their young children with heroin. >> some of the statements they made were very disturbing that have limited sleeping juice to go to sleep and was injected to them. >> a court affidavit said the senator told investigators his parents gave him -- the sun -- the son told investigators his parents gave him something
we are staying on top of the traffic alert just before the gandy bridge in st. pete. you can see that truck crash. only one eastbound lane is moving. if you are trying to get into tampa, you might want to try the howard frankland today because you can see the backup is already stretching way down before the branch. -- bridge. a short week for the bucs toward atlanta on thursday night football. short memory this week as well. forget about the loss because the falcons fly into 10 thursday night and bucs the work to have the best offense. college football playoffs are down but there is still plenty to fight for this weekend with nc state in raleigh. the fsu head coach place at nc state and the florida gators' defense
a role model for everyone in our community. i'm proud of you mom, we both are. dana young for the florida senate. ? ? lookin' out on the morning rain ? ? i used to feel so uninspired ? ? and when i knew i had to face another day ? ? lord, it made me feel so tired ? ? before the day i met you, life was so unkind ?
ig. does she have a fat ass? absolutely. boob job is terrible. she's a slob. lips are too big, solid 4. disgusting pig. flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. hot on the web tonight the days after halloween is not just the halloween candy but the jimmy kimmel youtube candy countdown. >> people look forward to this every year because they ate all of the candy and the neighbor quite directions of the children. these are some of the more explosive ones. >> i ate all of your halloween
>> nope. i ate it all. [ laughter ] >> i ate it all. >> now! >> jimmy kimmel told us to. >> i want to take you to jail. >> [ laughter ] that is a little aggressive, right? those are really, really funny to watch. >> i drink all your beer. >> not bear that steak. >> some of them are on to you, jimmy kimmel. >> i ate all of your halloween candy last night. >> it was jimmy kimmel. it was jimmy kimmel. >> you're heading the candy.
i watch youtube. >> see, kids know how to work youtube. >> the latest candy trick video has been trending all day with more than 400,000 views in less than 24 hours. a rare illness causing paralysis in kids. i mark rivera. cases are on the rise and why doctors are you concerned. -- even concerned. >> canada is very safe but it is not foolproof. >> reporter: it is the quest for an intense high while these parents say they are the victims of the side effects of a more potent pot. that at 6:00 calling out lawbreakers. deputies want to find the people in this video illegally dumping soap. see where it is happening and how you can help stop it.
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bob buesing... on the record. 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. so we ask... mr. buesing, will you do anything to win? this is mike's office. if he doesn't show up, he doesn't get paid. too often marco rubio didn't show up and failed us when he did. i am patrick murphy. to get things done, you've got to show up. you've got to work together. whether it's protectinal curity and women's health care or growing the economy, we've got to start solving problems instead of pointing fingers.