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streets calling president elect donald trump, racist, sexist and anti-gay. the chants against trump-- stretch from los angeles to new york, chicago-- to right here in tampa bay. 10 news reporter courtney robinson caught up with local protestors in ybor city tonight. in ybor city tonight roughly 75 people gathered, marching through the streets to have their voices heard. they say they want people to understand that everyone matters. they say what they heard from donald trump throughout the campaign is not what they stand for. "we're not gonna stand for this. maybe not the fact that he's preisdent, but we're not gonna stand for the racism. we're not going to stand for the xenophobia. we're not going to stand for the misogeny. we have fought way too hard to progress this much as a country in the 200 years that we've been a country. we can't revert." there's another protest plagiht in tampa at ta large rally in s ybor 250 points. trory to win the white hthe popular votgh school and colle walkouts in protest ofhouse. we sent 10 newu-s-f to taa's yout the election. their the board. fand every emoti hearing all typests of tuthe evening af, with the results finanted to area's votersiversity of south flore board in the cent to sound off usingtheir thoughts on t to negative anure we got lots of responses. al favorite, "gobsmstudent defined asered, throw th in just about an hour, ev was fword realection of donald trumps involving the way you about uber, lyft and road are changing.s can now legally operter ith the public transpoit also as 10 s explains er fares and you could safer ric1 3 protests over td traffic to walkouts -- the message people nts are somers and are sharing their . good morning and welcome to "10 news early morning." i'm welcome to "10 news early morning." i'm allison kropff. lets get a look at #10weather with meteorologist ashley batey. thousands of people took to the streets calling
thousands of people took to the streets calling thousands of people took to the streets calling president elect donald trump, racist, sexist and anti-gay. the chants against trump-- stretch from los angeles to new york, chicago-- to right here in tampa bay. 10 news reporter courtney robinson caught up with local protestors in ybor city tonight. in ybor city tonight roughly 75 people gathered, marching through the streets to have their voices heard. they say they want people to understand that everyone matters.
heard from donald trump throughout the campaign is not what they stand for. "we're not gonna stand for this. maybe not the fact that he's preisdent, but we're not gonna stand for the racism. we're not going to stand for the xenophobia. we're not going to stand for the misogeny. we have fought way too hard to progress this much as a country in the 200 years that we've been a country. we can't revert." there's another protest planned for tomorrow ngiht in tampa at the federal courthouse and a large rally in sarasota on saturday. in ybor, cr, 10news wtsp. the markets
wednesday to news of the trump victory -- with the dow closing up more than 250 points. trump will be only the fifth president in history to win the white house, while losing the popular vote. students at many high school and college campuses also staged walkouts in protest of trump winning the white house. we sent 10 news reporter beau zimmer to u-s-f to talk with some of the bay area's youngest voters about the election. their responses are all over the board. from excited to scared and every emotion in between we're hearing all types of reactions to the results of tuesday night's election. on the evening after
the results finally sinking in, we wanted to hear from some of the bay area's youngest voters -- students at the university of south florida. we placed a dry erase board in the center of campus and asked students to sound off using one word to describe their thoughts on the result. from positive to negative and some who just weren't sure we got lots of responses. words like "awesome" and "hurt" and our personal favorite, "gobsmacked," which one student defined as taking "astounded and bewildered, throw them in a blender on high and pour out." in just about an hour, every available inch of the dry erase board was filled up with one-word reactions to the election of donald trump. two big stories involving the way you get around town. we're talking about uber, lyft and cab companies. the rules of the road are changing. ridesharing companies can now legally operate in hillsborough county, after reaching a deal with the public transportation commission. but it also opens up competition. as 10 news reporter garin flowers explains you could see better fares and
marcus bonner is an uber driver. sot well, i think it's a good service. he prefers to wait at the airport nat...so after you land, he's ready pick you up. as of wednesday, he can do so without looking over his shoulder. the public transportation commission meeting halfway with ridesharing companies uber and lyft.approving a deal to make them legal. sot i'm glad they kept it going, it helps me financially because i'm on social security. that's good news for the drivth good news for you, the ptc also voted to open up the market and allow other competitors to offer ridesharing services. sot the more competition, the better the price, the better the service. ptc chairman victor crist negotiated the deal with uber and lyft, aimed at better safety for you. it requires an enhanced background check on drivers. they also have carry additional insurance and have their cars inspected each year. stand up: commissioner crist says this agreement is a big deal because our area could be the blueprint for the future of these companies. the new regulations might spark statewide legislation maybe even nationwide. sot why not have what bits and pieces they've agreed to here, there and everywhere in one tightly designed
said they are hoping for statewide regulations to keep them driving. in tampa, garin flowers 10 news wtsp. as a part of the deal in flowers 10 news wtsp. as a part of the deal in as a part of the deal in hillsborough, uber must pay the p-t-c 250 thousand dollars per year and lyft has to pay 125 thousand dollars. both say it won't increase your cost to ride. now to an issue facing cab drivers. we hear a lot about the dangers of distracted driving. but what about tired driving? as 10 investigates first told you- that is an issue on your roads, taxi drivers in hillsborough county have no restrictions on the number of hours they drive. but now as mike deeson shows you, thanks to our investigation, the hillsborough public transportation commission plans to take action!
was hit by a taxi driver is amazed that hillsborough cab drivers have no restrictions on the amount of days or hours they drive. and many drivers work 7 days a week some times 17 to 18 hours a day. taxi driver jim little says the problem is leasing the cab cost up to $ 600 dollars a week and gas can runs as much as $200. told us they often drive tired, many hours and that means anytime you are on the road driving next to a cab you could be at risk. but the public transportation commission which regulates taxi companies has no restriction on the hours drivers are on the road
christopher ligori who has successfully sued cab companies as the result of crashes says the ptc has dropped the ball on this issue. hillsborough commissioner ken hagan who sits on the ptc board admits until he saw our story he had no idea the agency didn;t restrict dirver hours. and he is concerned people riding in cabs and driving next to them could be at risk and injured in his crash
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over the past few years- we've had a number of controia earlier this week-- we tried as much as we could to dissect one of those shootings and talk to a team of former law enforcement about what could have saved a 12 year old's life. this morning we look closer at the deadly shooting in tulsa. an unarmed man- refusing to listen to officers commands- is shot and killed by a female officer. so this morning - we once again bring back our team of experts and re- enact as closely as possible that day from what we witnessed on video. with 10 news anchor reginald roundtree, our experts share with you- what we as
should have done differently. in-11:00:20 our next scenario takes us to tulsa, where two officers respond to a call in-11:00:58 sir, sir you got to stop right there, stop right there...this guy is not responding...get away from the vehicle...move away from the car. in the actual police video, you can see crutcher, not responding to a tulsa officers commands. his hands are in the air, walking slowly and no weapon is visible. a female officer is close behind him with another officer just behind her. but things are about to go from bad to worse as the suspect get next to his vehicle. our law enforement experts give there acessment of the apparent danger in this scene. in- 13:02:17 what
allowing him to get to the car...letting him get to the car is a big danger...proximity again. in-13:55:18 someone could have tackled him the problem with allowing the suspect to get to a vehicle is the possibility of him having access to a weapon. in-13:27:00 there were to many commands given and he did not respond. at that point they should have taken him down in our second re- enactment we take down the suspect before he gets to the vehicle. in-11:12:50 sir you got to stop right there...allen take him down
with the unarmed suspect dead and one of the officers on the scene, who shot and killed terrance crutcher is now charged with manslaughter and awaiting trial. tonight night at 11:00, we dig deeper into the shooting in minnesota where a woman recorded the aftermath live on facebook. if you use gmail, listen to this: if you've ever sent an email you regret, like an email to the wrong person, now you can take it back. google is rolling out an update to its gmail mobile app for i-o-s users and it features an 'undo-send' button. you can already use the feature on desktop. but -- you have to move quickly. users will have the option to take back an email within five seconds after it's been sent. the update also features swipe to archive or delete. it's the biggest overhaul of the gmail app in nearly four years. a live stream that will make your heart melt. one adorable animal at the zoo that's getting a lot of attention. coming up tonight on 10 news and c-b-s. starting at 8:00, the big bang theory
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francisco zoo and mozilla firefox hosted a facebook live stream of the fuzzy red and white-faced pandas for an hour. they hoped these adorable 'firefoxes' would help unite americans and take a break from all the political coverage. coming up on 10 news this morning, protestors are marching through cities to protest the result of election night. thanksgiving may be two weeks today, but walmart is already starting its black friday sales. ths are waiting for: the holiday cups are officially back today. and it's a little different this year. we'll be back with another look at your weather
news this morning. i'm allison kropff. and i'm ian reitz. overnight thousands of protesters expressed their frustration with the pr states of america. this is what it looked like wednesday night in new york. it was just one of the many cities where people gathered overnight. 10news reporter emerald morrow is live at the federal courthouse in downtown tampa. emerald, we've already seen some protests in tampa, are we expecting more? yeah, there are at least a couple more protests planned for our area,