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tutu's may be a great halloween costume -- but not as a disguise for a burglary. with five days until the election both candidates are pushing to get people vote. a st. breaking promises with canceled shows good morning and welcome to "10 news early morning." i'm ian reitz.. lets get a look at #10weather with meteorologist ashley batey.
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world series champions for the first time in 108- years. the cubs defeated the cleveland in a nail-biting game 7 last night. marlie hall has all the excitement from cleveland, ohio -nats-this is going to be a tough play the historic world series finale... -nats-the cubs win
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unprecedented 17- minute rain delay. -nats- series m-v-p ben zobrist gave the cubs the lead over the indians for good with this 10th inning double. it was like a heavyweight fight man, just blow for blow, everybody playing their hearts out teammate miguel montero helped secure the victory. they've always blown it so many years before. they came so close to doing it again - nats- fans were left on the edge of their seats at the bottom of the eighth...when cleveland outfielder rajai davis hit this game- tying home run: this whole place erupted. it was an awesome moment. in the end the cubs back from a 3-to-1 series deficit...finally ending decades of heartbreak: your family has been waiting 108 years for this? this is tremendous. still can't believe it. 108 years. -nats- back in chicago. celebrations immediately spilled from the bars to the fans hailed the end of the curse of the billy goat: -or nats- cubs manager joe maddon attributed the win to skill: there's nothing to do with curses,
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what's happening today, nothing. and if you want to believe in that stuff it's going to hold you back for a long time. with the drought now over...plans for an epic victory parade are underway marlie hall cbs news, cleveland ohio. president obama tweeted the cubs to congratulate the team on their historic win...and then asked: "want to come to the white house before i leave?". today, broken promises from a st. pete concert promoter - with more shows now canceled in the bay area. the promoter facing financial fallout vowed to 10news last month that "local shows" would go on-- after the abrupt cancellation of the "make america rock" tour. but now there are more called off concerts, and fans are upset. all while investors tell 10news reporter kendra conlon-- the so- called "concert con" is costing them nearly half a million dollars. quiet riot, molly hatchet, blackfoot
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taking the stage at district 3 saturday. it's the latest concert promoted by phoenix productions - that's been cancelled. same thing now with foghat at the cuban club. molly hatchet's manager steve green blames promoter jack bodziak. green says they've only been paid half their fee - forcing them to call off the show. phoenix productions first hit hit a sour note with bands like saving abel.. canceling the make america rock tour in ybor last month- minutes before the doors should've opened. bodziak told me a fight with the investor caused the financial fallout. concert investors richey surrency and mike conley
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pulled a fast one on them... saying in six month he cost them nearly a half million dollars in canceled concerts and bad decisions.. and owes them some 30-grand in ticket sales. bodziak didn't respond to tell his side this time... the investors have now cut ties and future shows. as the former janus landing operator, bodziak served more than a year in prison for grand theft and failing to pay sales tax. i checked with the doc - he's on probation for 20 years, has to pay back 125-thousand dollars to the department of revenue, and live without violating the law. the investors say they'll work to recoup their money. kendra conlon, 10news wtsp. hillary clinton and donald trump are
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push to get out the vote, with just five days until the election. the latest quinnipiac university poll finds two key battleground states - florida and north carolina - are too close to call. cbs's craig boswell is at the white house with more. donald trump and hillary clinton are painting dire pictures - of what it would be like if the other won the election. "imagine with me what it would be like to have donald trump sitting the oval office come januar20 "if hillary clinton were to be elected, it would create an unprecedented and protracted constitutional crisis..." trump was back in must-win florida on wednesday - pitching himself to minority voters. "the african american community and the hispanic community are really understanding what's going on and you see that right now." trump has suggested that
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switch their vote to him. at least four states allow voters to withdraw early ballots and re-vote. president obama campaigned on clinton's behalf in north carolina. where early voting rates among african american voters got off to a slow start. "i hate to put pressure on you but the fate of the republic rests on your shoulders!" hillary clinton was out west in arizona and nevada. "you have 6 days to convince everybody you can talk to get out and vote!" both campaigns national ads during game 7 of the world series. clinton's depicts trump as unfit for the presidency..... but trump's says he's the outsider that can bring change. craig boswell, cbs news, the white house president obama stays on the trail for clinton today here in florida. and melania trump will make her first solo appearance campaigning for her husband in suburban philadelphia. record voter turnout is expected for this year's election... but more than a millions floridians
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because of felonies on their record. some are trying to make the process easier for non- violent offenders to win back their voting rights. 10news reporter beau zimmer sits down with one former felon who turned his life around... and got the chance to legally vote for the very first time... in 2016. demetrius jenkins-- now owns a construction business and speaks to others including school kids about the importance of voting. but not everyone thinks felons should have the right to vote. we asked for your thoughts - on our 10 news facebook page. you can still join
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demetrius jenkins-- now owns a construction business and speaks to others including school kids about the importance of voting. but not everyone thinks felons should have the right to vote. we asked for
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facebook page. you can still join the conversation - at facebook dot com slash 10 news wtsp. there's a growing tribute to two fallen officers. mourners gathered to place flowers and candles at the urbandale, iowa police department, covering a cruiser. 24-year-old justin martin-- and 38- year-old sgt. anthony beminio were assassinated early wednesday morning. the suspect was caught hours later-- but we still don't know a motive. a man in a tutu waltzed into the tampa's farmers market. that may sound like the beginning of a joke-- but here he is-- stealing fruit. 10 news reporter jonathan petramala shows us some other crazy costumes crooks have been caught on camera wearing. inside the house of make believe are costumes that are so many it's hard to believe but in 38 years as far as bernice stoneberg knows,
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capers early yesterday morning, likely after a night celebrating halloween two men including one wearing a tutu and wig broke into a farmers market off fletcher in tampa. in the past to hide their identity costumed crooks have gone to the darkside as darth vader holding up a bank, even santa has been bad pulling a gun out of his sack. hockey masks also seem to be a popular look for robbers looking for a score. all that work and the police there say he was probably feeling blue since he didn't get away with any cash.
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have been reported across the country...but as far as the bad ballerina... there's a crimestoppers reward for his arrest.and likely the fashion police would have some questions for him too. in tampa, jonathan petramala, 10 news wtsp. coming up at 5 on 10 news this morning.. allison is in the newsroom with what we are working on this morning. it was a big night for country music. the cma awards did not disappoint. we take a look at the big moments and who made a surprise performance. but first, a new bear is becoming a favorite. we'll introduce you to boo boo, another bear that walks on its hind- legs. we are working on all those
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forecast and hilary is checking on your roads. that's all coming up in 20 minutes. coming up next on 10 news early morning you may think energy drinks are your go to but a new study may have
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bobby weather new this morning-- the search is on for whoever set fire to a church in bobby weather
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search is on for whoever set fire to a church in mississippi. this badly damaged "african- american church" also had the phrase "vote trump" spray-painted on it. the church's brick walls still stand, but the rest of the place was destroyed. state and federal investigators agree that the fire was intentional. do you turn to energy drinks to help you wake up -- or to give you a little extra boost through the day? well, you might want to lay off.
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medicine say they treated a patient who developed liver failure from consuming too many. he drank four or five energy drinks every day for three weeks. a biopsy of his liver showed severe hepatitis. the doctors believe it's because of the high levels of vitamin b-3, or niacin, in the drinks. a pilot announces a special message to one passenger that has everyone in tears coming up tonight on 10 news and c-b-s. starting at 8:00, followed by the great indoors at 8:30. at 9:00, mom. at 9:30, life in pieces. at 10:00, pure genius. then tune in to 10 news at 11. don't forget to stay up for the late show with stephen colbert and his guest aaron eckhart. don't forget, you can always take 10 news with you just download the 10 news app. it's a fast look at breaking news, weather and traffic - and get alerts so you won't miss a thing. search wtsp 10
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coming up on 10 news this morning.. the chicaco cubs fans are waking up world series champions. we're taking a look at safety issues with allegiant airlines after an investigation from our news partners at the tampa bay times. a woman in jamacia won 43 million dollars on a slot machine and then ofund out the machine had actually malfunctioned. we'll be back with another look at your weather
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news this morning. i'm allison kropff. and i'm ian reitz. it's a day many cubs fans thought they'd never see... the curse of the billy goat is finally broken...and for the first time in 108 years, the chicago cubs are world series champions! 10news reporter emerald morrow is live in-studio this morning. and emerald, what a game! allison and ian...oh my goodness...cubs fans or not...i think many of us are in shock about this unbelievable series


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