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these temperatures around the bay area this morning. 10news reporter sarah hollenbeck is 10news reporter sarah hollenbeck is live along bayshore blvd in tampa. sarah, you're seeing a lot of people out there bundled up, but this cool weather is great for something a lot of us enjoy. yes, fresh fruits and veggies! while we all shiver a our local farmers are delighted. this chilly air is exactly what they need to have a good crop! while a lot of us watch the weather closely to see if we need to cover our flowers and plants, famers in plant city are alert this morning-- watching their own plants. cool weather is good, especially for strawberries. it helps the berries develop the flavor you want, increases their size and sugar
berry, the better the weather...and mid 40s is just right. we spoke with plant city farmer jim meeks over the weekend who is estatic about this cooler weather. he said if strawberries don't get lower temperatures like this, they're not even worth eating. famers like meeks use a sprinkler system to keep their crops warm, and keep them from freezing....but they won't turn that on until temperatures dip into the low thir. aside from the crops, a lot of you have pretty strong opinions on this weather. some of you absolutely love it....others wishing it was swimsuit weather year round. at 6-- i'm getting your thoughts and talking to folks all bundled up this morning. ian.... new this morning...we're listening to your concerns about a facebook post from
calling inappropriate. 10news reporter emerald morrow is in the newsroom this morning. emerald, the post shows deputies pulling a handcuffed suspect by his dreadlocks to take the picture they posted. right...it wasn't an official mugshot, so some people are asking what was the purpose behind the photo...and wonder was it solely for the purpose of embarrassment. we'll let you decide for yourself. here's a screenshot of the post along with the picture. pasco county officials have already taken the photo down...but not before a lot of you had the chance to weigh in. here's the thing...the man has been charged for some pretty serious crimes. officials say during an attempted traffic stop, he ran a deputy off the road, and was later caught with lots of drugs, including marijuana, mdma and meth. but the problem some of you have is with how the sheriff's office decided to share the story on social media. we blurred out the man's face because of the controversy and because this isn't an official mugshot. joann arthur said: this is humiliating.
probably guilty of everything he's accused of, but come on. hopefully this public humiliation will be what he needs to turn his life around. then there's the flip side...shelley fredericks said: "this person is a criminal. the police were not assaulting him. they put their lives on the line everyday and deserve our respect. well done officers, thank you for your service. again, we're still looking for your comments if you want to weigh in. and coming up at 6:30, i'll share what the sheriff's office said about the controversy. back to you. a bay area congregation heard the first service since their place of worship was vandalized. after the election, they found drawings of swatiskas and the words "make america great again" on their driveway. 10 news reporter garin flowers shows you the alarming trend gripping the country. garin flowers gov. andrew cuomo jerry small candace shultis trt: 1:35 the peace at this st. petersburg church was interrupted last week. a hate symbol was chalked into the ground along with president-elect donald trump's campaign slogan make america great america. nat but, that's not stopping members
church from worshipping. sot i believe we were targeted for who we are. senior pastor candace shultis represents the primarily lgbt congregation. on sunday, she didn't shy away from it telling them they weren't going to live in fear and love will triumph. sot we were gonna continue to preach love stand up: this has been a problem all over the country. the southern poverty law center has found 701 incidents of hate speech, harassment and vandalism since the presidential election. they s m occurred the first three days following it.and that cases involving anti-immigration are the most reported. sot the ugly political discourse of the election did not end on election day new york governor andrew cuomo addressed a church as well.saying the hate crimes need to stop. sot these acts of division are the exact opposite of what america stands for. over at king of peace.members were a bit rattled. sot i hope that those people who
talk to us. but, like their pastor, unafraid. sot i'm a former marine actually and i don't fear much of anything and i'm certainly not going to fear someone who sprawls hate on the sidewalk. in st. petersburg, garin flowers, 10 news wtsp. the southern poverty law center says about 40 percent of the cases happened at schools. we have that full report for you at wtsp dot com this week, you're not going to like this. about 500 airport workers at chicago o'hare are threatening to strike today. it will be one of the busiest airports this thanksgiving, so a strike there could have an impact on flights across the country. good news if you're driving to see family for thanksgiving, gas prices are falling! take a look.. the average price per gallon nationally is 2.14.. while in florida, it's 2.11. across tampa bay, you'll see
per gallon. triple a says depending on where you go, you're likely to see gas prices fall below two bucks! you may want to check your fridge this morning -- because a popular kind of hummus has been recalled. sa-bra is recalling many of its containers of hummus because of possible listeria contamination. here's what you'll want to look for: if your container has a "best before" date anytime between now and january 23rd you want to throw it out immediately! expect the malls and stores to be a little bit busier this holiday season. triple a says income this year, holiday shopping is expected to increase this year. in fact, the national retail federation says they believe 655- point-eight billion dollars will be spent over the next 33 days. so what's everyone shopping for? this might not come as a surprise, but clothes and gift cards top the list as the most popular gifts this year. that's followed by toys, jewelry and books. triple a says floridians will do most of their shopping on cyber monday and black friday this year, then thanksgiving
there's something special for the holidays at disney. it's a new holiday light show at disney springs. you see those lights in the sky...those are drones! according to disney's website, the show, "starbright holidays an intel collaboration" features 300 of them. it's the first of its kind in the u-s. holiday music also plays in the show. there are nightly performances until january 8th. one couple wanted to start their new lives together in a different kind of way. coming up, hundreds of people turned into wedding guests in a moment's notice. coming up on 10 news and c-b-s. starting at 8:00, kevin can wait, followed by man with a plan at 8:30. at 9:00, 2 broke girls. at 9:30, the odd couple. at 10:00, scorpion.
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looking for a place to park and you finally find the perfect spot, and then you see this. an octopus! that's what people found at a flooded parking garage in miami beach. experts say it probably made its way to the garage during the latest high tide though drainage pipes they say people should get used to seeing sea life in traditionally dry places. great picture to share with you this morning. --this is a daughter and stepfather who have a powerful connection. --this was shared on a page called "love what matters" facebook page. --it shows this young girl who's fallen asleep snuggling with her
"we don't use the term stepfather.' he is her father." --the mom wrote how he's been in her life since she was 9 months old. --she says...he's there for everything...when she cries...he's there to comfort his daughter. --reason he was home for this picture: she was having a rough day and he came home to comfort her. --he'd been gone for and he came home to comfort her. --he'd been gone for two weeks... --going through adoption process a missouri couple knew exactly how they wanted to wanted to say i-do. during a christmas parade over the weekend, they got married. check it out. you can see the banner inviting the whole crowd to watch the wedding
carrabba's new meatball magnifico. our gigantic meatball topped with parmesan cream sauce and stuffed with delicious melted mozzarella. ? dramatic italian aria ? the harry potter spin o, to find them" earned the top spot at the box office this weekend. the film brought in 75 million dollars in its first weekend. it's the first of five films in the franchise. marvel's "doctor strange," dropped to the number two spot. trolls came in at
if you like chilly temperatures, we are certainly cold in some spots. in fact, below freezing right now in brooksville. just dropped doo degrees. still at 35 crystal river. we have a lot of 40s around the bay area. some upper 30s. 39 degrees in carrollwood. we are going to warm up. so layers are going to be key. we are talking about 70 degrees later on this afternoon, and looking ahead to an even bigger warm-up closer to thanksgiving day. i will break down that holiday forecast as we look ahead to the weekend as well in ten minutes. good morning. here are your hot spots at 6:00 on your monday.
tarpon springs an accident on u.s. 19 at tarpon avenue. you have southbound lanes blocked and one lane getting by northbound. south of there in clearwater this crash is along evans road at park drive. in less than ten minutes i will have your bridge drive times and drive times on your interstates. your news, your community, and we're putting the news back in the morning. this is "10news at 6. welcome to "10news this morning." >> reaction from the president and vice president-elect after actors in broadway's "hamilton" sent a message to the future administration. plus, there are deals you can score before black friday even starts. we are going to start with the chill in the air. fall weather finally here in florida. >> let's get out to 10news reporter sarah hollenbeck along bayshore boulevard in tampa. you have been asking people if they love it or hate it?