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and i'm ian reitz. it's being hailed as the world series matchup of a lifetime. the chicago cubs rally to overcome a 3-1 deficit, and earn a championship title for the first time in 108 years. 10news reporter emerald morrow is live in the newsroom. emerald, there are arguments for last night being the best world series game seven...ever. yeah, ian...and if it's sure is up there wiom but our news partners at usa today make the case that it is, indeed, the best in baseball. and here's why... first up...obviously, the teams and their extremely long championship droughts. the cubs and the indians...really, the cubs... i don't think many of us thought we'd ever be calling that team world series champions... or even the indians for that matter...who haven't seen a title since the 40s. then point number two...the pendulum swings of
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for a moment there, it looked like the indians would take it all. but those cubbies surprised us all and came back with a vengeance. and then there was the drama of the extra innings, the rain delay...just was so much anticipation building that ultimately went in favor of the cubs, breaking that darned curse of the billy goat that so many believed held the cubbies back all these years. that fan says it's a dream come true....well it's a dream cubs fans spent all night celebrating out in wrigleyville. in fact, there are still a few stragglers out there right now as we speak. and coming up in the 6, o'clock hour, we'll take a look at how some of the cubs biggest fans are celebrating... of course celebrities came out to the game.. including charlie sheen, known as the "wild thing" from the movie major league. in the movie -- he played a cleveland
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organization said they would not ask him to throw out the first pitch.. but two cleveland businessmen flew him out to the game anyway. and of course, lebron james who won a championship with the cavs earlier this year. he loses his mind after an indians player hits a two run homerun to tie the game at six. this is already a "gif" that's been trending online. no word on how he reacted after the loss. if you're ever flown allegiant or know somebody if you're ever flown allegiant or know somebody who has, you have to listen to this story. a tampa bay times investigation found allegiant planes are four times as likely to fail during flight as other jets. 10news reporter sarah hollenbeck is live at st pete- clearwater airport. sarah, what's even scarier, is that the federal government hasn't done much to keep everyone safe. yes, get this: last year, allegiant jets were forced to make 77 emergency landings.
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the federal aviation administration, according to the times investigation. that's scary for people flying out of this airport-- this morning. according to the times investigation, the f-a-a doesn't compare airline breakdown records to look for warning signs. it's true that all the major airlines have jets that break down once in awhile. but none of them break down in midair more often than allegiant. from leaky hydraulic systems, to failing brakes, to planes catching fire during aborted landings...every incident reported to the federal government. last year, after so many terrifying ordeals, the f-a-a launched a three- month review of allegiant's maintenance,
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programs. investigators found problems with allegiant's maintenance paperwork, but decided nothing it discovered was severe enough to take action. i'm digging into two things at 6-30- what does allegiant have to say about these issues? are they making any changes to keep you safe? and-- this story has a lot of you lashing out on facebook-- what you have to say about this scathing investigation and if it will change your opinion on taking allegiant flights. ian and allison.... 10 news has spent the past few weeks helping you understand some of the amendments you're voting on. this morning, it's all about amendment two, medical marijuana. amendment 2 is all about marijuana. if you vote yes --- you will expand the medical marijuana laws already in place. a yes vote legalizes medical marijuana with thc - the compound that makes you high - to people with 10 specific illnesses including cancer, hiv, aids, ptsd, multiple sclerosis, and parkinsons. you won't be able to go to a doctor, complain of a headache, and get pot.
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to an increase in medical marijuana dispensaries state-wide. the state just started its first deliveries of low- thc medical marijuana. richard murphy suffered a traumatic brain injury in a car accident two years ago. richard's and his wife pamela hope this legal marijuana oral spray will help with his daily seizures. a vote no opposes wholesale legalizing medical marijuana and keeps the current program as it is. amendment 2 needs 60 percent of the vote to pass... right now, it has a wopping 77 percent of people who say they'd support it.## you can check out our breakdowns of this you can check out our breakdowns of this and other amendments ,all at wtsp-dot-com. and on our free 10 news app.
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waltzed into the tampa's farmers market early wednesday morning. the hillsborough county sheriff's office says the man in a tutu and another in a sweatshirt damaged a glass door to break in. the two stole fruit and a soda. investigators believe the crooks outrageous costume could help catch him. if you remember seeing him, there is a crimestoppers reward for his capture. this is really interesting. facebook has reached a major milestone. in the last three months, one billion users checked the social media site using only their phones. that is eight times the number of people that use facebook on their personal computers. facebook's goal is to become a "mobile first company."
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winning 43 million dollars on a slot machine only to find out the machine had actually malfunctioned? that's what happened to katrina bookman while she was playing the slots in new york, she was so excited, she took a selfie with what she thought were her winnings. but employees there surrounded the machine to examine it and claimed it was broken. the gaming commission says she is owed something... 2.25! because they claim that's what the log says. katrina has hired an attorney to look into it.
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news for you. new images released of the live action film "beauty and the beast' a closer look at the beast and belle...after the break. coming up tonight on 10 news and c-b-s. starting at 8:00, the big bang theory, followed by the great indoors s 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
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it may be months until it hits theaters...but we are getting more of a look inside disney's live action film, "beauty and the beast." entertainment weekly posted pictures on its instagram, giving us a glimpse of the film. the first image features actress emma watson, who plays belle. other images feature more of watson as belle, gaston, cogsworth and mrs. potts. also we get more of a look of what the beast looks like. lastly, here's that iconic image of
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the ballroom, just like you see on the cover of the animated movie. beauty and the beast comes out in theaters march 17th of next year. this is interesting. people riding the london underground are finding copies of a certain book everywhere. it's all thanks to emma watson. according to b- b-c, the harry potter actress secretly put copies, maya angelou's mom and me and mom, all over the underground. she left about 100 books, some even included a hand-written note. it's part of the "books on the underground" movement, where people are leaving copies of their favorite books. ok, i'm a little skeptical about this, so let me know what you think. australian company showpo, is showing off some crazy new color- changing fabric technology. in the video, this
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show off a color wheel that they say manipulates the color of the dress a model is wearing. it changes from white to pink to blue to purple. some people online are loving it other are skeptical. what do you think? i've posted it on my facebook feed. let me know if you think it's real or fake.
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the widely used app, pokemon go are trying to get you to start playing it again. according to tech-crunch dot com, the app is introducing some new features. here's what you'll notice differently with the game, the more you play, the more you'll get rewarded. the company just saw a spike in users during their halloween promotion. they hope these daily bonuses will get existing players to come back. no word yet on when the bonuses will be rolled out.
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the ledger we have a lot to get to here on 10 news this morning. are you part of the "sandwich generation"? nearly half of all adults are caring not only for their
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well. the difficulties facing millions of americans. and the cubs are world series champions! fans are still celebrating right now in chicago! we'll bring you reaction from across the country this morning. we are working on all those stories, plus it's getting closer to that busy morning commute. we'll get another check of traffic and your forecast coming up in just a
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today, technology is changing... homes are changing....
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energy, we're changing too, giving you new ways to control your power use and stay in the know... ...for smarter energy choices every day. you love all-day breakfast. but you don't loveow things change, we're always here .... that you can't get all your favorites. but now you can get more of what you love. so you can find something else to not love. your kids may like this story. doctors blame daytime sleepiness and a tendency to stay up late on teens' being out of sync with school schedules. researchers say their finding supports starting school later in the day to better match teen's natural body clock patterns. it seems like almost every week we are talking about a bear sighting. the latest bear became the attraction in downtown duluth, minnesota. it was spotted high up in a tree outside the city's courthouse. according to witnesses, the young bear made several attempts to
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it eventually made its way down and wandered around the city before getting out of sight. authorities are asking the people to stay away from the bear. and check this one out. this is boo boo the bear. he has been spotted a couple of times in hancock maryland standing on two legs. he came into sight right after pedals, another famous upright bear was killed in new jersey last month. a live look of
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wrigley field courtesy of earth
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hour with a good amount of sunshine in the forecast. some clouds and an isolated rain chance today. i will with more on your complete forecast in about ten minutes. hot spots at 6:00 on your thursday. i am road warrior hilary zalla. let's go live to sky 10 and check out i-4 in downtown tampa. westbound lanes are picking up a little bit towards the downtown interchange. i will get you more of these hot spots in less than ten te are about to get pretty heavy. i will have drive times for you and a look at your bridges. good thursday morning. welcome to "10news this morning." i am allison kropff. >> i am require. we are looking at the dangers of flying allegiant air.


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