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already lined up. emerald, those people are pretty excited, but nationwide, this has been a tough election for many voters to get behind. yeah, you wouldn't be able to tell from the energy that i've seen here at 4/5 o'clock in the morning. some people have been out here for hours, and the line continues to grow. but we've all seen the course of this election cycle....and polarizing for our nation. in fact, a new poll from cbs news and the new york times shows 82 percent of voters...82 percent...are more disgusted than excited about what could happen tomorrow. and the frustration is on both sides of the political aisle. 60 minutes did a focus group that included democrats, republicans and independents...and when asked what words they would use to describe the political process in this election cycle, this is what they came up with...listen to this... rigged,
disgusted..and the list goes on. it's a terrible mindset with polls opening in just one day... they're frustrated with both candidates...they see clinton as dishonest, trump as hateful and divisive... and confidence in both candidates is very low. and when it comes to numbers here in florida, a new poll shows trump and hillary tied with 45 percent each. i'll have a look at the national numbers coming up at 6. back to you. hillary clinton will be making several stops today -- including pennsylvania where she will be joined by bill and chelsea clinton, president obama and first lady michelle obama. the email controversy continues to surround clinton. fbi director james comey penned another letter to congress sunday, revealing investigators are standing by their july decision not to bring charges against the democratic nominee. a record number of floridians have voted early. over 6 million cast their ballots during early voting that ended on sunday. hillsborough county officials say
wait times sunday stretched 40 minutes or more during the last minute record rush. a lot of people said they voted early to beat the crowds on election day. polls will be open from 7:00 a-m until 7:00 p-m tomorrow. turnout is expected to continue to be record breaking. this morning people in central oklahoma are still shaken up after an earthquake rattled their homes and busies damage. the quake centered in cushing, oklahoma, about 50 miles from oklahoma city. 10news reporter sarah hollenbeck is live in our satellite center. sarah, there's a lot of concern this morning about the oil pipelines. yes, cushing is a major hub for oil.. it's even dubbed the "pipeline crossroads of the world", and right now city leaders are nervous that the quake may have damaged key infrastructure. buildings in
this morning. while people are anxious to start cleaning up the mess, people this morning are being kept out of downtown for fear the buildings could collapse more. the magnitude five earthquake hit around 7-45 last night and was felt as far away as iowa, illinois and texas. cushing is home to a massive oil storage facility that's touted as the world's largest. people who live there say their homes shook for more than 3 minutes-- nick tanner rushed seconds before part of his apartment roof caved in. tanner says that split second decision to dash out of his apartment could have saved his life. nobody in town was badly injured. today-- investigators will be back out looking at the damage as soon as the sun comes up. here's what i'm
eathquakes? last night's quake was just a few miles from another recent earthquake. i'm looking at why it happens so often-- in one hour. ian..... this has some people still on edge this morning. right now, the people still on edge this morning. right now, the search continues for three suspects who held up two different internet cafes in citrus county. detectives say it happened at the "flamingo internet cafe" on west dunnellon road...and at the "xtreme internet cafe" right next door. the suspects hoodies, masks and gloves. an armed employee fired shots at one of them - who grabbed a customer and used her as a human shield. he eventually let her go. thankfully, no one was hurt a disturbing story out of south carolina this morning. the search continues today for potentially more victims after police captured a serial killer. as of right now, police have found two bodies. but they believe todd kolhepp could be responsible for as many as seven murders, including four people killed in 2003. the investigation
week when police found a missing woman alive on his property. she told investigators she believed her boyfriend was dead and that there could be other bodies buried on the property. a consumer alert every parent needs to hear about this morning. ikea is recalling 29 million of the malm model chest and dressers. this comes after the fourth reported death of a 2 year old. an unanchored 3 drawer chest tipped over, trapping the child between the dresser drawers. ikea is offering refunds and repair kits. more troubles for samsung this morning. it's recalling nearly 3-million top-load washing machines. people have been hurt when the tops of the machines detached during use. you should check with samsung to see if your washer is involved. the company is offering repairs, rebates and refunds. this is the latest blow to samsung after recalling its galaxy note-7 smartphone after reports of overheating and fires. this is an incredible rescue story out of alaska. 63 year old chris hoskinson heard a
help and saw a man in the water waving his arms. she got her paddleboard and tried to get him but couldn't get close enough. she says she could hear the ice cracking, but the man was too frozen to grab the board. the man was able to float thanks to the neoprene was waearing. he was sent to the hospital and is expected to recover. in health news this morning, pregnant women with vitamin b-12 deficiencies may give birth to children prone to type-2 diabetes. researchers in the u-k found mothers with low b-12 levels are more likely to have children with higher insulin resistance which is a type-2 diabetes risk-factor. new research shows middle school and high school students who use flavored e-cigarettes are more likely to become smokers. doctors found 58-percent of young people using sweet flavored e-
would likely pick up the cigarette habit. parents, you may want to take some pointers from this mom. one mom is getting some praise this morning for coming up with a genius way to get her kids to help with chores. according to simple most dot com, she left this note to her kids. she changed the wifi password and in order for her kids to get it, they had to clean up, take a picture and send it to their mom. once she saw the photo, she would send them the password. pretty clever huh? she even found a way to make sure her ki photo. a new drone is giving people a new view under the water. what this new drone has being able to catch in its latets underwater voyage. coming up tonight on 10 news and c-b-s.
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echelons of the military are very concerned about the things that mr. trump has already said he's going to ask the military to do. chris matthews: talking of maybe using nuclear weapons, nobody wants to hear that about an american president. well, then, then why are we making them? a foreign policy expert went to advise donald trump, and three times he asked, "if we have them, why can't we use nuclear weapons?"
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and has a few potentional buyers already. he'd like to get 550 dollars for it, but he says if he meets the right couple, he will give it away for free. we've got the next viral trend to share -- to start your week... we've got the next viral trend to share -- to start your week... --it's called "the mannequin challenge". --here's the deal: during the activity, you freeze, holding some sort of pose. --bleacher report had this from antioch high school. --look closely: everyone in the gym is playing a role in this video...standing still, posed for 25 seconds. --pittsburgh steelers and even members of the media showed off their mannequin skills on friday. a new remote
taking undersea exploration to a new level. it is called trident, and although it can only dive about the lenght of a football field, it's creators say that's enough to explore countless shipwrecks. last summer, the drone was sent to lake tahoe and it captured images of a steamer ship known as queen of the lake. this shipwereck had not been seen
the ledger we have a lot to get to here on we have a lot to get to here on 10 news this morning. to get to the white house the presidential candidates are having to focus on florida. with just a day until election day, how donald trump and hilary clinton are trying to win your vote. and this has a lot of people talking. when you first learn to drive -- should you be required to learn how to drive a manuel stick shift and an automatic. we are working on all those stories, plus ashley
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. our community deserves new leadership. andrew warren, an experienced prosecutor, will reallocate resources to target violent crime, including gun violence, rape, and domestic abuse. my dad was a family doctor in pinellas county for 55 years. to help others. that's why i believe in public service. as your governor we got things done, and if you send me to congress we can do it again. i'll protect social security and medicare. defend parenthood and women's health care. and i'll take care of our veterans. i'm charlie crist and i approve this message because i'll put you, the people first.
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good monday morning. we're coming up on your 6:00 hour. just checked across the area, no issues with visibility out there. everyone is in the clear. we are off to a nice comfortable start as well. 61 right now brooksville. 69 degrees in st. petersburg. we're all heading for 80s today in the low to mid80s. generally between 81 and 44 for your high this afternoon. this is going to be the warmest
we're talking noticeable drop in our temperatures as we look ahead to the weekend. i'll have that complete forecast for you in just a few minutes. in hillsborough county, an accident was just reported at crenshaw lake road. hit and run accident in bradenton. this is along upper man tee river ro your bridge drive times. i'll also take you to sarasota. some roads will be busy for the donald trump rally. good monday morning to you.? >> a strong earthquake rocks oklahoma. causing quite a bit of damage in one town.