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on the roads this morning. that's because today is one of the busiest travel days of the year. 10news reporter emerald morrow is live at tampa international airport. emerald, people flying out of our airport might catch a break from the traditional holiday rush. yeah, if you're a frequent traveler, you know it's a lot easier to fly out of tia than it is many other airport across the country. in fact, a new survey from travel website "the points guy" ranks tia number 11 in the nation ... and i think for most of us, the most annoying part of flying is trying to get through those long security lines. fortunately for us here in tampa, we get props for having some of the fastest security lines...with an average of just 12 minutes to get through. although you might run into some problems if you're heading up to the northeast because of the snow...so of
to check your flight status and plan accordingly before you head out. and for those of you hitting the roads this year...gas prices are up from last thanksgiving, but down from last month. so some good news there...but some of the best advice from travel experts to those of you who are driving is to make sure you're well rested and have your trip planned out, because the roads will probably be very busy.
5:30, we'll take a look at some of the best travel tips to help you get to your destination without a hitch. back to you. a new rule that would have required your company to pay you more or give you time off in exchange for mandatory overtime, is now on hold. 10news reporter sarah hollenbeck is live in the newsroom. sarah, why did the judge suddenly change his mind? he decided it was unlawful--- after 21 states and several companies said it is totally unfair for the federal government to force these changes-- especially as retail stores scramble to assemble their employees for the
the new rule would have helped more than 4 million americans who make less than $47-thousand, 5- hundred dollars a year. some labor unions say this means workers will continue to work longer hours for less pay thanks to this change. on the other hand, several small business and other trade groups argued the overtime rule would swell their labor costs and force employers to demote managers to hourly employees, hurting morale. here's what i'm digging into next-- this isn't a final ruling. when will you see this resurface....in 30 minutes. ian.... we're on top of a tragic story out of detroit this morning. right now, a wayne state university police officer is in the hospital after he was shot in the head. at last check, the officer is in critical condition.
patrol investigating possible thefts from cars when he were shot. they do have a person of interest in custody. this is the fifth police shooting across the country since the weekend. still a lot of questions this morning surrounding the chattanooga school bus driver who police say is responsible for killing five children in a crash. 24 year-old john-thony walker is charged with vehicular homicide. he has no criminal record, but his driving record shows his license was suspended in 2014 for lack of insurance. two months ago, his bus swiped a car damage to both vehicles. investigators say he was driving recklessly, "well above the posted speed limit of 30 miles per hour." president-elect donald trump tweeted his condolences about the crash. he wrote, "bus crash in tennessee so sad & so terrible. condolences to all family members and loved ones. these beautiful children will be remembered!" president-elect donald trump is
this morning ahead of celebrating thanksgiving with his family. this week mr. trump has been getting closer to his cabinet picks. he's considering ben carson for housing and urban development. the president- elect has reversed some of his campaign promises including prosecuting hillary clinton. he told reporters "i don't want to hurt the clintons. she went through a lot and suffered greatly in many different ways." the president-elect also reversed course on the issue of climate change. he told the times: "i think there is some connectivity between humans and climate change." this morning on fight against the zika virus. infants who were exposed to the virus in the womb, may still develop microcephaly even if its not present at birth. the c-d-c looked at 13 exposed infants in brazil who were born with brain abnormalities but did not have microcephaly. eleven of them went on to develop the condition along with significant neurological complications. this has a lot of you talking on our facebook page. the state is split this morning over who will win the florida - florida state college football showdown.
in primetime at 8:00. we have a poll on our facebook page over which team will win. a "like" for florida and a "heart" for florida state. right now florida is running away with the social media vote with more than three thousand likes. florida state has about two thousand. we are just one day away from one holyday's most famous events: the macy's thanksgiving day parade. this year more than 3,000 police officers dogs will be along the entire two and a half mile route. and for the first time ever, salt and sand trucks will be parked at every single intersection of the route to prevent possible car bombs. macy's says they are working with the n-y-p-d to make
handlers, float drivers and other participants are previously checked to ensure everyone's safety. you could wake up a multi- you could wake up a multi- millionaire on thanksgiving. that's if you play the powerball tonight! there was no winner on saturday, so the jackpot is now 359 million. this is the 11th largest jackpot in powerball history. there hasn't been a winner since september. remember to tune in to 10 news at 11 for the winning numbers. the turkey pardon is a tradition at the white house. just like in years before, you can actually help pick the winner. coming up, we will introduce you to tater and tot. but first, president obama gives nearly two dozen people the highest national civilian honor. after the break, some of the big names you may
hey! is this enough? a little more... grandma! there you go... there's no more room. i know i had one more... hmmm... more. how's it looking? 20 more minutes... 8, 9... yes... let's enjoy. we need more rolls there was a little girl, and she became friends with every animal she met. it's getting late, grandma should go. one more? in the end, all we really need more of, is each other.
millions of people now won't get that extra overtime pay around the holidays. a federal court is blocking a regulation that would have made millions of higher- earning workers eligible for overtime pay. wipe from coast to coast could make traveling even more difficult this thanksgiving. wipe president-elect donald trump is taking a break from transition planning to celebrate thanksgiving with his family in florida. he landed in palm beach tuesday night. > it was a star- studded night at the
for the last time, president obama handed out the medal of freedom awards. it's the nation's highest civilian honor. this year president obama honored 21 people, and ian there are a lot of big names on that list. a lot of big names at the white house tuesday night, including scientists, artists and architects. just to name a few here are some people you may recognize...former basketball player, michael jordan, ellen degeneres and diana ross. here's someone else you may know, tom hanks. the actor has starred in dozens of films, including green mile, you've got mail, sleepless in seattle and he voices the character of woody in toy story. the president called hanks "america's dad." another big name, former n-b-a star kareem abdul- jabbar was also honored. president obama talked about the basketball player's support for his muslim faith and how in 1967 the n-c double a banned dunking all because of him. like we
ellen degeneres was one of those honored. this is actually a funny story... she almost didn't make it to the ceremony because she couldn't get into the white house since she forget her i-d. there's a new bug that could be messing with your i-phone. apple hasn't said anything about it, but experts say this has to do with a certain five second video. once it is opened, you'll notice your phone slow downs, freezes, then resets. reddit says this has happened to thousands of people. to avoid it, be extra careful of what you open up
partners. in tampa bay, catch us on magic 94- point-9.... and the dove 105.5 f-m on sarasota talk radio, listen to wsrq 106.9 fm. and hear 10 weather in spanish on maxima 92-5. one of the best parts about thanksgiving is all the leftovers. maybe after hearing this next story...you'll want to eat every last bite. coming up, the shocking amount of food people waste in one year. but first, late late show host james cordon is going to be pretty busy soon. after the break, the new gig he just signed up for as he
know, they can also be financially stressful. experian found that 48 percent of americans it surveyed said they spend more than expected over the holidays. and 44 percent feel obligated to spend more than they can afford on gifts. experion says to save money, make a gift list and look for early deals. take a look at this.. christmas isn't just for kids. one company has come up with an advent calendar just for adults 21 and over. for every day in december, you can open the door and get a shot of whiskey! it's called drinks by the dram. if you had a full bottle of every kind of whisky in the calendar.. it would be 10's of thousands of dollars in some cases. this has all of us pretty excited this morning. the late late show host james cordon is adding a new title...grammy host!
do you ever feel exhausted after eating your thanksgiving meal? we usually blame the turkey..but it looks like its not the bird's fault after all. we'll explain. late late show host stephen colbert has a little thanksgiving fun while taking some calls at the butterball hotline. don't forget, you can always take 10 download the 10 news app. it's a fast look at breaking news, weather and traffic - and get alerts so you won't miss a thing. search wtsp 10 news in the app store now. a live look of downtown