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cheap flights but are you putting yourself at risk? several hundred dollars later and just a bad experience. >> tonight investigators pulling the plug on a local reggy is on assignment. tonight, broken promises from a concert manager, now canceled in the area. >> reporter: should people be concerned that the same thing will happen? >> no. >> the manager vowing that the local shows would go on after
all while investigators tell wtsp 10 that the so called concert con is costing them money. . >> reporter: molly rach chet rachet and others should have been taking the stage on saturday but that's now canceled. >> all the groups that were on the show, we all feel terrle and we really tried to get the show on. >> reporter: they have only been paid half their fee. >> it's nothing different than a ponzi scheme. they got $10,000 and then didn't want to play, they want youred 20. >> reporter: they first hit a
canceled a tour last month, minutes before the show was set to begin. >> reporter: did you pay them? >> they were paid. >> reporter: in full? >> yes. >> that's not true, when it came to the day of them paying us for the second day, we didn't get our money. >> he's shady and a shiester. >> reporter: saying he them half a million dollars in ticket sales and shows. >> i can't have fans that are unhappy. >> reporter: this time theinvestigators have cut ties and not funding any more shows.
on probation for other charges. the investigators say they'll work to recoup their money, we'll stay on this story. right now, a pasco county student facing felon charges for making a school threat. the 15-year-old goes to ringwood high school. the student told other students not to go to sc "intended to shoot up the school" the principal says that he feels bad that he made a false threat to school. student is being charged with those threats. this badly damaged african american church -- their brick
of the building is destroyed. investigators agree it was intentional . trump spent the day in florida with rallies here before heading to pensacola . clinton spent time in arizona, both are trying to get lat teenno voters. --. more than a million people won't be able to vote here their record. now felons are trying to get back their voting rights. we sat down with one former felon that got to finally vote. >> reporter: thank you for coming in. >> thank you for having me. >> reporter: you were convicted with a drug charge back in 1993 and when you got out, you wanted to be able to vote, why?
process and i had never been part of the process and i wanted to be with that and have a vote and make it count. >> reporter: explain how hard that was to get their voting rights back? >> well, very difficult. the federal and state are different. state has automatic restoration and the federal, took 6 years. >> reporter: are there some in government that don't want felons to vote? >> yes, i believe that wholeheartedly, because they know that -- in the government, it's political and a lot of them think we won't vote for them. >> reporter: so for someone that says a felon shouldn't be able to vote, what is your
give me the opportunity to have my right to vote. >> reporter: and you had your right to vote in this election. >> i did. >> reporter: what did that feel like, to know that your vet vote counts? >> i loved it. >> reporter: thanks for speak was. >> thanks for having me. >> he has a construction business and talks to kids about the importance of voting. but not everyone thinks that felons one writes, if you show you can't follow laws and make bad decisions why should you be able to choose leadership? another says, we don't let them have fire arguments firearms either.
member come in. those planes are four times more likely to break down compared to other airlines. they say last year alone, the jets were forced to make one expected landings at least 77 times for mechanical issues. and according to the report, legion ano down too often and are making changes. mourners gathered to layflowers at the police department. two police officers were assassinated early this morning. the suspect caught hours later but we still don't know a motive. well a man in a tutu walks into a farmer's market.
that sounds like a joke. we look at other costumed crooks caught on camera.. >> inside the house of make believe are so many costumes it's hard to believe. >> i had someone that said they thought we had over 10,000 costumes. >> reporter: but none have been used for a costume caper. >> i have never heard about anybody and the guy the other day with the tutu, like i don't think i sold a tututo a guy. >> reporter: a guy in a tutu broke into a farmers market. >> broke in and left. >> reporter: and not really a disguise. >> it's really standing out with the tutu and not anything covering his face. >> reporter: in the past, the costume crooks have gone to the
batman, hockey masks are also a popular look. one of the most conspiktive -- crooks here and all that work and the police think he was feeling blue he didn't get away with cash. and the most crooked one -- >> clowns. >> as far as the bad baller arena -- >> this is the only man we have seen in a tutu. >> reporter: there's a reward for his arrest and likely the fashion police have questions too. are you attracted to children? >> yes, most definitely. >> he's sharing that truth with
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sharing that deep dark secret with you. taking you inside the mind of a pedophile. when he first approached me i was uncomfortable and skeptical but he was adamant he would help. he's a pedophile and sexually attracted to children, but says that's where it stops. >> reporter: are you the children? >> yes, most definitely. >> reporter: you kind of smile when you say that. >> yeah, i'll -- i guess because i'm not going to lie and tell you the truth. >> reporter: his truth is dark, some of what most people can't relate to. >> you can't help who you are attracted to, i don't want to be attracted to children. >> reporter: he says it's part
when he was a boy. at age 9, a neighbor began to sexually abuse him. >> i didn't like it at first and then he kept doing it to me and i got to the point where i liked it. you crave it after a while and the craving doesn't stop. even after you become an adult, it doesn't stop. >> reporter: and you were sexually abused as a child, do you know what child? >> absolutely. i know that every day what it has done to me. so i don't have sex with children and have never had sex with children. i'm repeating myself that i have never had sex with a child as an adult.
questioned or charged. therapists have treated him and he's taken medication for o.c.d., but none of that stopped his urges. >> i won't do anything physically because i don't want to go to jail and it's a sin of god. that's complicated, but i don't do anything, but mentally, i do, yes. >> reporter: it was not the pain of a child that would stop him, it's the law and god. for that certain places. >> i rarely go to pools. i went to a pool and that didn't go well. boys showed up, half naked and that's not good for me. doesn't matter if it's a young boy or man, i don't need that. >> reporter: why do you want to share your story? >> because i want to help people like me.
understand it's a mental disorder, you may understand why they need treatment. >> it's a hard life. >> reporter: i asked him the question, and i'm a parent, what can you do to prepare your children? don't let your children out of your sight, press them if you notice any kind of change in behavior and one more point. if a child, look them directly in the eye, ross says that intimidates him. >> an important message. well, do you turn to energy drinks through the day? well, you may want to lay off. doctors at the florida hospital says they treated a man for
energy drinks. a biopsy showed levels of hepatites. most of the time you want to win at the ca seen no, but nothing happens -- >> i'm proof of that. >> one woman gets a jackpot in new york. the machine shows her right there, one, can you see it, nearly >> no way. >> she was screaming, i mean, that joy. then it went away because thecasino, says that the machine malfunctioned. >> they found that she really won $2.25 -- >> that's like a scratch off ticket. >> what does that mean?
say that a machine is broken, when someone hits and hits big? >> that's exactly right. my scratch off is only $2. >> no i respect that. >> but a resort spokesperson apologized with a steak dinner. >> is it a 43 million-dollar steak? >> the woman is hoping that the casino does th gives her that $43 million. there you go, you got that steak and $2. 75 degrees right now under partly cloudy skies, the sprinkles have fallen apart out there. we're getting into the lower 60s tonight. there's the storm tracker ten and we actually had showers today and there's still some on
are falling apart before winter hayen and lakeland as well. i think we'll stay dry as well. ggood vis visibility in downtown. 75 to tampa and sarasota. sunshine in the morning tomorrow and mid to late morning, we'le clouds. more than the last couple of days. one or two sprinkles are possible again. and there's one or two sprinkles here. don't cancel any plans and it's not a big deal with the rain. back up into the 80s. boating a nice day, ten knots
ragweed and elm and others are allergies still. the food festival kickoff tomorrow. i think we'll have a less than 10% chance of rain. the wine tasting looks great this weekend, sunshine and just a few clouds. there's a front coming through on friday afternoon and evening, look at what it does to the weekend. mid to upper 70s for the highs and don't forget we get an extra hour of sleep, we push them back one hour. >> right now -- >> well, what you can't see here is that everybody is around the t.v. here. >> this is the scene outside of progressive field, not wrigley field where cleveland just tied
more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. uh... n'say that eher. alright, good. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. i've been thinking... this might
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win. the oldest player on the cubs here, harris got a homer. and just unbelievable right now. joe maddon's other game 7 his terria and heart break -- >> the best two >> we want to be the group that broke the string, but it's just correct that we could go7 games. >> the cubs trying to break their record of 106 years. 2008, the rays beat the cubs for the ray classic. that is the lone game 7
stomach winner take all. 7 times the bolts have played in a game seven, the most recent here and the memories are mostly positive in the game record. 2004, stanley cup over the flame -- it's over, the lightning have won the stanley cup. >> reporter: this is the winning game you do it in game 7, not in game six. one deprived game franchise won't have to dream anymore. well it's about 20 minutes here, this looked pretty darn stupid. this was before the game, an indians fan, named jake. you have that back tattoo and he's betting on the tribe to do
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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, instead of pointing fingers. i am patrick murphy and i approve this message because i'll never stop working for you. little dakota's nose was quivering in fear. because it knew an ordinary tissue was near. the fiery tissue left her nose sore and red. so dad slayed the problem with puffs plus lotion, instead. puffs have pillowy softness for dakota's tender nose.
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>> the late show was taped earlier so we don't know who won the world series. for that reason we have two mess. cleveland. you played great ball. your city should be proud. this is the kind of triumphant win that makes us briefly forget your mascot. i also want to say congratulations to this goat. as you know in the owner cursed the chicago cubs because they kicked his goat out of gaiment. apparently the curse worked really well. goat, your power is undeniable, and we stand in awe of your black magic.