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now a hit-and-run suspect that killed a mother and seriously hurt a deputy over the weekend went before a judge. his bond is set at $101,000. >> now, reg, 71-year-old charles lewis made a full confession. he told polk deputies he was at a bar on friday night. that's when he had a total of four beers and then drove home. now, he said he knew he hit something, but he didn't know what that something was. this story has left you with a lot of questions. now, one facebook post in it says, quote, i actually hope that the venue that let him leave to drive drunk, too drunk to drive, is held responsible as well. 10news polk county newsroom reporter grady trimble is looking into whether bars are liable for drunk driving crashes. >> reporter: the bartenders at linksters believe in going the extra mile to stop drunk driving. about a year ago that belief was tested when one of their customers had too much to drink
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times if we could get him a ride, a cab, do something for him. let us call somebody for him. >> reporter: he didn't want their help and walked out of the bar. people who were here say the bartender followed him to the parking lot and tried to convince him not to get in his car and drive away. he didn't listen, but she felt like she had no choice but to call 911. >> he is very intoxicated. >> reporter: deputies caught up with the man, kyle mcneil, down they arrested him for drunk driving. that bartender may have saved a life, but legally she didn't have to go that far to stop him. under florida law there is only two reasons why a bartender could become liable for injuries or damages caused by a drunk-driving crash. one for serving alcohol to a minor, and two for serving someone who is addicted to alcohol. >> we like to do the right thing. >> reporter: he says his bartenders go through an alcohol awareness training
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before they happen. >> no matter what, he made it home safely, and everybody else made it home safely, too. >> reporter: the law doesn't require it, but he still insists his employees do the right thing. in highlands city, grady trimble, 10news wtsp. >> mothers against drunk driving support laws that hold bars responsible because they say it reduces drunk driving crashes. opponents say those laws take the blame off the drunk driver. america on alert. to a potential terror threat for the day before the election. u.s. intelligence has alerted joint terrorism task forces that al-qaeda could be planning attacks in three states on monday. new york, texas, and virginia are all possible targets, but no specific locations are mentioned. >> we were already in a period of ramp-up because of the marathon on sunday and the
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night, having two presidential campaigns having their events in new york city. >> federal law enforcement is planning for all kinds of the worst-case scenarios. earlier this week an alert warned local police at polling place being seen as attractive targets for lone wolf type attacks. you can expect any updates sent to your phone with the 10news app and also on wtsp.com. happening right now a moment that could change the way you get the first official cross-bay ferry trip between tampa and st. pete just set sail. check it out right here from sky 10. that flew over the ferry just moments before it left downtown st. pete. now, we introduced you to the ferry a few days ago during the maiden voyage. we want to know what you think about it. >> get your phone, tablet or laptop and head to wtsp.com/votenow. once you are there you will have a chance to vote in tonight's question. >> and already check it out, at the bottom of your screen you
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poll bar says just about 70% of people cannot wait to use it. yeah. now, you can continue to vote on this in the next few minutes. we will get you those results at the bottom of your screen. 10news anchor courtney robinson joining us live now from downtown st. pete. >> courtney, if this becomes popular, the ferry could stay for good possibly? >> reporter: possibly. you know, it was popular today as well when people were leaving st. board. this is just a trial right now. it runs through april. the ferry operates friday, saturdays, sundays, and an expanded schedule is in the works. it takes you from downtown st. petersburg to the tampa downtown center and it will run in between those two. the ferry can hold 150 people, and you can ride outside in the sun. you can sit under the shelter or, of course, enjoy the
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valladolid. shannon, you showed us what our options are when we get off the ferry in tampa. you didn't forget about st. pete. >> didn't forget about st. pete. look right here how beautiful it is right by the water and literally 100 yards away the st. pete seafood and wine festival, that's going on right now. you got tons of options. >> reporter: as soon as you get off the cross-bay ferry in st. pete it's so convenient. you have bikes that are literally just steps away, and they cost $8. so let's goad and head over to the dolly museum. when you are renting these bikes out here in st. pete you're gonna wanna download the app called social bicycles. anything after 60 minutes is more than $8. we took a little over 7 minutes to get here to the dolly museum. not a bad option if you want to use one of these bikes when you are down here in st. pete. so let's say you don't want to rent a bike. the good part is it literally takes five minutes to walk to
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trolley, which is about 50 feet away from the ferry. the trolley takes you to various places here in downtown st. pete, one of them bayshore drive. as you can see here behind me there are tons of restaurants in the area. it also takes you to other places like the vinoy, the museum of fine arts and the mahaffey theater. no matter what direction you are headed, you will always find something exciting to do. >> we have seen coming back and forth. you could hear the bell coming through. >> reporter: one of the most important things i learned is make sure you bring some extra cash. >> reporter: that is important. we will talk about the price for the ferry as well. if you're an adult, ticket prices are $10 each way on the ferry. for children it is $8. children 3 years old and younger, however, they ride free. we have that as well as the schedule up on our website wtsp.com. we are live in downtown st. petersburg.
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and what do you think? we are gonna check out how you voted. i can't wait to use it 68%. not worth the cost 20%. i'll drive instead at just 12%. good luck. it's been two months ever since hurricane hermione wrecked homes and businesses all over the bay area, and the cost millions of dollars. and the owner of this business right here in pasco county knows what it's like street from port richey and has had to rebuild three times in the past ten years. casey cumley shows you the good news. how months of hard work are really paying off for this
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road to recovery. today you can see that we are finally at the end of the tunnel. >> reporter: his only concern right now, will customers come back. >> it's absolutely critical. we need to show them that look at the improvements not only
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to make this place viable again. >> reporter: for now nothing but smooth skating and rebuilding his customer base. casey cumley, 10news wtsp. >> that looks great. >> he that is tremendous skills. >> now, the grand reopening is tomorrow in port richey. there is much more to come on 10news. >> just ahead, the big boy that almost got plus, meet the brand new 10news school of the week. why these students are getting attention from across the country. we have got some cooler air, slightly cooler air headed our way for the weekend. that means 80 for a high and a little bit drier, too. we will let you know how long it sticks around.
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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
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did. so we ask... mr. buesing, will you do anything to win? anything? to beat this woman. putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room whilestanding there with noyoung as 15 wclothes.ging. 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. do you treat women with respect?
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. carson and i have seen some terrible ads attacking our mom
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. she is caring, she works hard. whenever something is not right mom is on it. trust us we know from experience. mom put her career on hold for us. to raise our family. she is a role model for everyone in our community. i'm proud of you mom, we both are. dana young for the florida senate. all right. it's friday, and that means it's time to put the spotlight on our 10news school of the week powered by duke energy florida. onhopkins middle school, which
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the students are now getting some national recognition for their accomplishments. >> [ music playing ] >> reporter: learning how to play the steel drums is just one of several courses offered at john hopkins middle school. there is also dance. [ music playing band, visual arts, chorus, and drama at this magnet school. >> it's an opportunity for our students to be in a class that they are passionate about every single day as opposed to some schools every other day or short periods of time throughout the week. >> camera 2. >> reporter: broadcast is just one part of the multimedia journalism plan here. it's an award-winning program. >> we teach them who, what,
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>> reporter: and it's a similar process on the print side. while their award-winning print edition is three times a year, the website is updated more often. >> every day we try to upload as much as we can. >> i saw the program and i automatically wanted to come here. >> reporter: it's that type of enthusiasm that earned john hopkins middle school top honors as our school of the week powered by duke energy florida which donated $1,000 to them today. in st. pete, 10news wtsp. >> congratulations. >> yes. i am always impressed. they wake up so early for these things. >> yeah, they do. >> those kids all get out there. >> yeah. >> two weeks ago they didn't have auto school on friday. they were there. >> they still went. we got a great weekend, guys, coming up. a lot going on. the weather is perfect. it's a front. it's fresh air. it's not quite as cool as two weekends ago. it's going to be cooler than
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you know what it will be? it will actually be what it should be for this time of the year, which is 80, 81 degrees. we have been running 85, 86, 87 degrees. there is downtown st. pete. obviously the marina. it's going to be crowded this weekend with the wine and food festival going on. beer night's tonight. head on out. fantastic out there. 78 right now in st. pete. 80 across the bay in tampa. same thing in sarasota. lakeland's checking in with 79 degrees. so new port richey, look at this, st. pete, clearwater, new port richey, brooksville, crystal river all in the upper 70s with the wind that's coming in off of the water. it actually made it a little bit on the cooler side because the wind turned west-northwest. no rain right now. one shower right here. it's falling apart. i don't think it will make it. you could get a sprinkle out of it. it was bigger when it was south of wiffla. there is a front coming from the north. you can see a couple of showers
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but citrus, hernando into sumpter county i think we could see a sprinkle. pasco a very small chance. the timing citrus, hernando, 9:30, 10:00. pasco closer to midnight. it's as the front comes through. on the other side is the drier and slightly cooler air. the winds will shift with that front. that's one of the things we look for to know where the front is. right now the winds out of the west-northwest ahead of it. later this evening they are gonna turn around front and that's that cooler drier air coming in. you see the wind there? you see that change there? that's 2 in the morning. that's the beginning of that dryer air coming in. dew points in the mid-60s will drop down into the upper 50s, which is subtle. it will be up to 80, 81 degrees, but it will feel a whole lot more comfortable. it will be slow to happen overnight tonight. we are in the 70s and mid-60s by the morning.
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little bit drier already and more so as we work our way through saturday afternoon. 81 on saturday. generally, the upper 70s at the coast. i think low 80s away from the water both saturday and sunday. don't forget we end daylight saving time saturday night into sunday morning. sunday at 2 a.m., technically. push the clocks back an extra hour and enjoy that extra hour of sleep. you might need it if you are the wine and food festival. it's going to be fantastic weather for it. keep in mind it will be out in the sunshine. they will have the tents. if you are standing in the sunshine it will feel worm warm -- warmer than 80 degrees. there is the dry air. that's what we're gonna get some of to make it a pleasant weekend coming up. i think it sticks around into next week. rain chance stays less than 10% this weekend. same thing next week, although look the temps. closer to average through
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he's going like "i don't remember!? under state attorney mark ober's watch, rape and sexual assault are on the rise. ober is not just ineffective, he declined to prosecute a man who forced a girl into sexual slavery, even bthe ctim. ober: she was with him voluntarily. andrew warren, an experienced prosecutor,
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putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it.
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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. do you treat women with respect? uht say that either. alright, good.
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now live from the suncoast hyundai dealer sports desk it's time for 10sports. >> we reached the halfway point of the season. the bucs aren't who we thought they were. not ready to take that next step. time to break out the red pen. we are grading the bucs with the regular season halfway complete. only one pl despite the attention that he is getting, leads the nfl in targets and touchdowns. mr. evans sets the bell curve. for the rest of the bucs, the offense, evans has certainly helped while injuries have made it incomplete. jameson is up and down. i give the offense a c. all right. as for the defense, yeah, fail. they are getting a big fat f is what the defense is getting. a thousand yards they have
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one of the worst stretches in the half decade. coaching as far as dirk koetter, mismanagement clock issues. now, he held on to those two time-outs yesterday in the first half. it was just awful. every second counts for the bucs. i give him a d. d as in dirk. bad, bad for the buccaneers. and then overall grading this team, bad football on defense, inconsistent offense, it's been tough to watch so far this year. overal is a d. now, with that here are my weekend picks. let's start with florida- arkansas. defense second best in the nation. they got crushed bioblast week. i think uf covers outright. nc state, a health dose of cook. cover is five and a half. alabama-lsu i think they are one of the best in the country.
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tonight. we will have highlights for you and tell you what you need to know coming up on "10news at 11". okay. remember the name blayke pribnow. there is a good chance he could become famous. this four-year-old from washington has a swimming technique so good he can swim competitively. he is always asking him mom to pull up youtube videos swimming competitions. he has all of the strokes down except for the butterfly. our sister station had a chance to ask blayke a few questions. >> reporter: who is your favorite swimmer? >> mommy. >> reporter: who? >> mommy. >> reporter: oh, okay. what's your favorite stroke? >> backstroke. >> reporter: backstroke? >> yeah. >> reporter: do you know why? >> no. >> oh, my gosh.
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publicly speaking just yet, but he is definitely comfortable in the water. now, make swims in his next meet tomorrow. four years owed. >> you know with that swing span, his limbs are very long. >> i have short arms. i don't do well. >> stay on the land. that's it for "10news at 6". >> live local radar, wtsp.com. always here, always on. until then have a good amendment 1 is endorsed by florida's firefighters... because it does solar the right way. amendment 1 protects nsumers from scams, and unsafe solar installations. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady
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