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i feared for my family. i grabbed the gunman and the second he was distracted i from the house. the second i could i drew my him. >> reporter: the victim was shot in the finger during the altercation and the suspects still on the loose. >> it is really dark over here. >> reporter: that has neighbors on edge. >> it is crazy because i come home at night and it is dark. there is no lights here. >> reporter: wondering whether or not the men will attack again, hurt somebody else not willing to fight back. >> it is shocking. >> reporter: now police say it is not smart to fight off the suspect that is armed. if you have any information on these suspects you are asked to give temple terrace police a call. for now we are in temple terrace jennifer titus 10 news wtsp. >> we do not know if the robbers were hurt when that
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we posted descriptions of the robbers at wtsp.com. just click seen on tv. four people have been suspended after these two teens escaped from a juvenile detention center in tampa. the duo broke out of a hole cut in a chain linked fence. crimestoppers is offering a $3,000 reward to anyone who can help find the teens. florida department of juvenile justice says a preliminary investigation questions whether they followed proper procedures, that includes calling lawmaker immediately when it is suspected someone escaped. a disturbing discovery where investigators find bombs inside a tampa man's house. scenes from the at f, fbi and tampa police say he admitted to having pipe bombs inside his home. he shared antigovernment views
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but they don't think he was into terrorism. a search warrant turned up several bombs and a box of bomb making materials. two virginia tech students have been charged in connection with the death of a 13-year-old girl faced a judge today. four days after she was reported missing police discovered the 13-year-old's body on the side of a north carolina road over the weekend. investigators believe 18-year- old david eisenhower, an engineering student and track star abducted and murdered her. another engineering student had been charged with helping him get rid of the body. >> based on evidence collected today we have determined eisenhower and nicole were acquainted. he used this relationship to his advantage to abduct and kill. >> the girl's mother says her daughter met her online a few weeks ago. her mother believes her daughter was an easy target. desperate for attention about
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her weight. we have a tough story from nigeria. terror group is accused of ambushing a village and killing 86 people including several children who were burned arrive. a survivist says the extremist stormed inside and fire bombed families inside. the overnight attacks lasted four hours. if you have ever been to clearwater beach you know traffic can be a nightmare. today clearwater city council started to tackle the issue and discuss ways to ease is congestion. one suggestion, take a look here. building something similar to a ski lift. that would carry people over the water to the beach. clearwater city council members will meet in a workshop to go through these ideas. the first votes in the 2016 presidential race will be cast
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nearly 300,000 people are expected to pick their choice for president. early state results won't just identify the front runners but they'll thin out the packed field of the republicanning contenders. cbs's craig boswell is in iowa showing you the campaigning going down to the wire. >> reporter: democrat hillary clinton brought breakfast to thank her supporters in iowa. clinton is in a dead heat with senator bernie sanders in the latest poll. sanders says coming out on top is based on one thing. >> we'll win if the turnout is high. >> reporter: it polls will show if sanders and donald trump benefit. >> it is crunch time. >> reporter: in waterloo trump thanked his supporters. >> hopefully tonight we'll have the beginning of a positive revolution. >> reporter: trump is leading
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point ace head of senator ted cruz who held his own rally in jefferson. >> if we stand together we can do it again. we can restore that last best hope for man kind. >> reporter: as the caucuses wrap up the parties want to avoid an error in 2012. the gop got it wrong on election night. >> having district access through the app is a big improvement. >> reporter: four years ago amber caucused for barack obama. three weeks ago she became a republican citing a shift in issues. >> i have been feeling there needs to be a change. >> reporter: like in iowa she has yet to decide on a canidate. craig boswell cbs news des moines, iowa. >> many are wondering if the polls will live up to their expectations keeping donald trump on the lead of the gop side. new at 6:00 we'll go live to des moines to focus on his
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this is a question you night be asking at home. what is a caucus. for republicans it is simple. voteers cast their ballots and the process ends there. for democrats it is more complicated. voters separate into groups based on the canidates they support. any canidate who doesn't get around 15% in that precinct is eliminated. that canidate's supporters can chose to back someone else. as the process which neighbors convince neighbors what to support. the count down to the superbowl is officially on. we are now counting down five ways away. both teams arrived in california and security is tight. homeland security is coordinating the big effort with dozens of federal, state and local agencies along with the fbi to avoid a potential terrorist attack. >> there will be officers in plain clothes, on high ground. a lot will be unseen to the
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and have a great time in san francisco. >> part of that intense security plan includes thousands of surveillance cameras that can read license plates and track a car's location. the cameras can also track facial and body movements of
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you can catch the game on 10 news on cbs on sunday. today the city of st. petersburg made history. it is the first day of black history month. today mayor kriseman along with the executive board of the dr. carter african-american history museum raise had the museum flag in honor of black history month. >> this is the first time in this nation's history that a this nation's history that a black history flag has been risen over any local, state or federal building acknowledging black history in america. we have made history in the city of st. petersburg today. >> this is the 40th anniversary of black history month. only a day left. a desperate call for help as a local blood bank runs low. >> see how you can make sure it doesn't run out of supply in a
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have you ever had a police officer fly by you without their lights on. we'll see how a miami woman reacted by turning the tables. it is very warm out there as we head towards a pretty sunset tonight on clearwater beach. we have a roller coaster ride of weather coming your way in the days ahead. let's head outside for your sky 10 network camera. it is i-4 and mcintosh. never get stuck in traffic again. download the 10 news app.
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>> the reason i pulled you over today is i wanted to know what was the emergency? >> i'm on my way to work. i don't believe i was speeding. >> yeah, you were speeding. >> i apologize. i'll be sure to slow down. >> i think we have all used that excuse before. she pulled him over. honked her horn and flashed her lights and waved him to the side of the road. that could have ended much differently.
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car shook side to side. i said what is the emergency? i got upset. i started speeding up to see how fast he might be going. i stopped when i hit 80. been big. holding the officer accountable. the others say she put innocent lives in danger when she kept up with him. what do you think? head to 10 news' facebook page. a storm system called winter storm kayla is headed towards the rockies and the united states. you'll want to look out for travel delays. storm system is expected to bring severe weather like it did in california over the weekend. in some areas strong winds toppled trees and rain and fell at a rate of an inch an hour. in san diego a huge tree fell on four cars killing a driver in one of the vehicles. in another area snow played a
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>> foggy and then it started snowing out of nowhere. i didn't know it was going to happen. it has been warm the last couple days. >> the storm will drop snow from arizona to michigan leading to shutdowns of major highways and airport closures. southern states including louisiana, mississippi and alabama may even experience
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>> we spent most of the afternoon between 1:00 and 4:00 around 78 degrees. 80 winter haven. 83 sebring. 72 crystal river. all is quiet on storm tracker 10 in our immediate area. we have been watching a few showers around the bahamas. those have been pulling away from us. as we look upstream more warm weather in the short term before we start seeing a change in temperatures over the next couple of days. looking at the entire state, above average. should be seeing highs in the low 70s this time of year. around 70 to 72 degrees. you can see from pensacola to jacksonville to miami it is warm. ahead of that storm maker we showed you the video on, look at the warm muggy air in the 80s other the rio grande. san antonio 79 degrees. there is the cold air that will
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the next couple days over the southern plains. looking at 29 in denver. by contrast, 65 degrees around oklahoma city. back here at home a gorgeous evening coming your way with mainly clear skies and very, very warm temperatures with light winds. it will feel muggy through the evening. the one thing we have short term that we are watching for you is the potential for some dense sea fog developing that will move over our interstates in the middle of the night and for your morning commute. we are talking likely a fog advisory will be issued in the morning. 11:00 i'll track this to see what has developed. be ready to start on the gulf beaches this evening, if you have to cross any bridges it
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by the saltwater we'll likely see patchy fog starting to thicken tonight. hour-by-hour for your saturday and sunday forecast. you can always get the 10 news app for free. download it now. we can get you weather alerts as issues of warnings come out. we'll give you the heads up online and mobile first. with anything severe we'll be on tv talking about it.
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i'm reginald roundtree. all new at 6:00, a new study suggests you don't need to see your doctor once a year. we are breaking down the facts so you make the right choice when it comes to your health. >> it is so much more than a football game. >> we were really nervous. we were plenty nervous. coming up on the road, it is no easy task. see how putting on the superbowl is a mountain of work for the host city. plus a battle is brewing over a service dog. she promised to take care of him after the owner passed away. the company that trained dog says they want him back. that's coming up next on 10 news at 5:30. the latest outbreak. health officials are declaring
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spread of the zica virus in the americas have been declared an international emergency. over the weekend health officials confirmed a college students in virginia. mosquito-borne illness is
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america and the caribbean. 4100 babies have been born with small heads. one person in hillsborough county got this while traveling abroad. world health organization estimates four million cases of zica over the next year. google is testing solar- powered drones to deliver high speed internet from the air. it will be 40 times faster than 4g. it is like an instant movie. according to the guardian, test flights are being conducted above in new mexico as we speak. hot on the web, good news if you love to use emojis to
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here is a look at new ones for the end of the month. we have a black heart. a butterfly. clinking glasses. >> i want to see how you use black heart. >> "l.a. times" says estimated 74% of americans use emojis on a daily basis. >> what are the 25% doing? >> clearly not living. ahead we'll tell you where a vital supply could run out in a day. >> reporter: the rush is on in the new year to make that appointment for your annual physical.
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good evening. i'm courtney robinson. >> i'm reginald roundtree. thank you for joining us. happening now people in new zealand are on edge after a large 6.6 magnitude earthquake hit off the coast. so far there have not been any aftershocks or risk of a tsunami. many people took the social media describing the shaking they felt. no records of anyone hurt. new revelations tonight in this deadly amtrak crash in philadelphia last may. engineer told federal investigators he remembers pushing the throttle forward to pick up speed and braking when he felt the train was going too fast in a sharp curve. eight people were killed. 200 were hurt. centers of disease control has officially completed its investigation into the e. coli incident at the chipotle locations last year. 50 people in 11 states were
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