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a 7 year old autistic boy... in special needs classes... handcuffed at his school. this morning his mom...understanably mad... is demanding changes from the district and deputies. a big win for countless homeowners... after "10 investigates" exposed questionable construction. the action we've prompted.. and who could be in for big money. and runway rage! 10 investigates a problem at tampa international that has homeowners asking for help. good morning and welcome to "10 news early morning." i'm mark rivera, in for ian. lets get a look at #10weather with meteorologist bobby
school is the place parents expect their kids will be safe. but a pasco county mom reached out to 10news after she says her son's elementary school and sheriff's deputies treated her child like a hardened criminal. we're told a school resource officer at calusa elementary in new port richey... cuffed and detained the boy.. and tried to commit him to a mental health hospital. 10 news reporter kendra conlon is digging deeper... into why the district and deputies are treating special needs students - like adults... in a story you'll see only on 10. mother sande butler
faces his share of challenges.. at 7, the calusa elementary schooler.. has a traumatic brain injury.. a shunt in his head and autism. butler says that's not what happened when allen had a meltdown in his special needs class, lashing out at the teacher. you can see the marks on his wrists.. and body after a school resource officer cuffed him. the pasco sheriff's office tells me deputies follow state law when baker acting anyone, handcuffed or zip tied, no matter their age. the deputy took involuntarily committed. records show the doctor found him to collected and wouldn't admit him.
for change fell on deaf ears at the school... so she hired attorney nicolette nicoletti... sending this letter to the district and sheriff's office that they plan to sue. these teachers do get special training. i asked the district a week ago, exactly what that training is and qualifications needed... i'm still waiting for that answer. kendra conlon, 10 news wtsp. the district says there had been 7 students in allen's class... with 2 adults and the deputy. the sheriff's office insists it never wants to handcuff a child - but has to make sure they can't harm themself or others. big developments in a 10news investigation that's been going on for nearly four years. now thanks to 10investigates one of the state's largest homebuilders, k-b home, will have to pay tens of millions
problems with poorly-built homes. 10 news reporter jennifer titus talks to families who have been waiting years to hear this! 180551 'you can see mold goes from top all the way down' pat mcgettigan's townhome in lakewood ranch has been in dismay for years 175931 "hole house filled with mold from windows down. credit cards are through ceiling" his home --one of the thousands of homes with countless problems built by kb home 175816 'i've been in hotel 250 days 50 000 dollars on insurance cars. house isn't built to plan insurance company gave everyone denial. not much more i can do' but 10investigates learning thursday that mcgettigan may finally be getting a glimmer of hope 180010 'what if i told you attorney general signed a settlement with kb home today would pay for all of the damages and restitution for homeowners like your? i'd have to see it to believe it' so that's what we did. we showed him the settlement in writing. 180352 'that's amazing' 186635jen stand up "now this
owned a kb home since 2005- that's 18,000 homes." it will also provide relief to thousands of homeowners who are past the 10 year window to take action on construction defects 180749 ' ' and for homeowners like mcgettigan who live in willowbrook, palm river and waterford- as well as some single family homeowners- you will be eligible for restitution 180802 "all the floors are completely warped as you can see right here" for mcgettigan, he says with lingering problems that still haven't been fixed, his battle with kb home is not over 180443 'today would be the first day of the beginning' but this settlement he says will hopefully bring the fight to an end sooner rather than later 180301 reporter:'they have to pay for all your losses and restitution' 'i would thank channel 10 noah jen known you for years everything is great. i really hope it works out.'
sanders overwhelming victory over hillary clinton in new hampshire.. the two took to the stage last night in milwaukee. next up for the candidates, the nevada democratic caucuses on february 20. tonight -- the bay area becomes center stage in the republican contest for the white house. donald trump is holding a rally at the usf sun dome. he's one of 6 candidates still vying for the republican nomination. time now for headlines around the nation and the world. this is your 60 second scan. a riverdale,
officer has been killed in the line of duty. officer greg barney was serving a warrant when the suspect ran out a back door and opened fire - hitting the officer. barney was a 25- year veteran of the department. he was not wearing a bullet- proof vest. a mystery stomach virus has struck nearly 200 students at a small pennsylvania college. the symptoms are similar to norovirus with prolonged periods of vomiting health officials don't know the exact cause -- but say every student had eaten at the campus dining hall. wish airplanes had larger seats? house lawmakers voted down a bill that would have mandated a minimum seat space. before deregulation of the industry, seats averaged 18-inches wide..compared to 16-and-a-half inches today. the eagles will pay tribute to late bandmate, glenn frey during the 58th annual grammy awards. frey's longtime friend, jackson browne will join the band on stage to perform one of their hit songs. you can see the grammys live on monday night... right here on cbs
it's an emergency that happens over and over and over again... and homeowners say they are fed up. airplanes are only supposed to land on a noise sensitive runway at tampa international in emergencies or bad weather conditions... but it is happening everyday. and as 10 investigates mike deeson discovered... the federal aviation administration says it is powerless to help the homeowners. nat- plane nat- aftrt plane nat after plane flying over houses in south tampa on their way to land at tampa international airport david epstein has lived in the landing pattern for more than 16 years. he says airlines are not living up to a noise abatement agreement. the agreement limited use of the noise sensitive
field conditions at the airport or an emergency require the use janet zink is the spokesperson for the aviation authority. she says part of the increased noise is because of construction at the airport..however because the faa averages the quiet times when planes aren't flying over the homes it says their is no impact to the people who live there but hundreds are telling the faa it is a
roberts says the agency can't even question the airlines why they are using the runway and that leaves people living in some homes built before the airport was open living with deafening noise most of the time. there is a new study that says the faa standard for noise impact has no scientific basis and even the faa is review its standards. meantime the airport told the faa the new construction would not impact the surrounding neighborhoods, clear it has. md 10 investigates still ahead on "10 news early morning." it's a restaurant red alert! the disturbing things health inspectors found at a bay area pizza joint. the "force" behind star wars is in trouble.. for putting one of its stars in danger! the on-set accident
inspectors found rodent droppings. and a host of other violations. back in september. now more problems for giovani's new york pizza. the polk county restaurant located at 303 main street in auburndale. shut down as an emergency closure. just last week. after an inspector found a whole new set of violations. 10 investigates beau zimmer takes you inside the kitchen in today's restaurant red alert. 11-20 303 main street auburndale 20-26 david lockhart giovanni's ny pizza
mason is ordering giovanni's new york pizza for the very david lockhart giovanni's ny pizza manager chris mason is ordering giovanni's new york pizza for the very first time. 58:15 i hope it's a small town pizza. i hope the crust is very favorable. i hope it tastes delicious. waiting to pick up food for his two young sons. he was shocked to hear about the previous violations. leading the state to shut this restaurant down. the main issue. live roaches crawling around the kitchen. 59:31 i hope they've rectified it. i hope they've got everything cleared up. i hope everything is delicious. giovanni's-- cleared by the state to reopen january 22nd. so 10investigates stopped in to check on conditions now a week later. 26:08 it was resolved day of.
issues. we just had a little bug issue we were taking care of. manager. david lockhart agreed to show us around his kitchen. where we first checked the employee hand sink. 27:54 okay so you have your paper towels right here. your soap over there. perfect. potential problems. 28:21 here? that's what i use to clean with. okay. some degreaser. this degreasing stored right on the prep table. next to the tomato sauce 28:33 yeah. it we also spotted bleach stored on the drink machine above the ice. throughout the kitchen we found food stored on the floor. or in the case of this tomato sauce. left uncovered.. all potential violations. 42:37 so if someone comes over here to wash the dishes. it's not splashing down here. into the sauce. we found some of the most disturbing issues in the walk-in cooler. like this box. up on the top shelf. 36:17 that should be garbage. filled with what appeared to be rotting produce. liquefied. and covered in mold. 36:40 this is cheese and tomatoes. and we don't want that moldy stuff dripping down onto the bread and some of the other ingredients below. that should have been removed. okay so we'll get rid of that. we spotted this pizza cheese uncovered. 37:41 what is some of this stuff in there? it
cheese bucket that was stacked on top. the restaurant previously written refrigeration unit to that problem now corrected. but we the floor. 40:38 it's almost it was down in all found more food is? looks like so this was just i'm guessing it just fell behind the shelf. the state also cited the restaurant for not keeping track of expiration 36:26 that's sweet so we need to get some fresh. this? its been so but. so you're this eventually? working to get rid of their roach issue. a week earlier. the health inspector documenting close to 80 live roaches found more in this pest control company. and underneath the styrofoam to-go containers. another roach crawling around. on top of the refrigerator. despite all the issues. employees insist they are working hard to keep the kitchen clean. 41:35 business is important. we have a name we want to uphold. and that's why we do it. but after hearing about some of the lingering violations. this father had second thoughts about feeding giovani's pizza to his kids. 00:43 i don't want them eating anything that's toxic. no mold. no bacteria. i mean that's just unsanitary. 41:52 we've got the best pizza in town. my honest opinion. we had an issue we took care of it. and the loyal customers we do have here can keep coming back. and know there's nothing to worry about. but considering this location's track record of previous problems. some customers says things need to change. 5:18 it's not acceptable. this report is not acceptable. i don't believe it should have ever gotten to this point. it's a shame. so i hope they get it cleaned up and i hope they do a better job in the future. in just aew
one of the biggest in just a few months, it became one of the biggest movies of all time. but now the production company behind the latest "star wars" movie is in trouble... for what happened to one of its stars! british health authorities filed criminal charges against the producers of "the force awakens" because of an accident that broke harrison ford's leg. ford was hit by a hydraulic door on the "millenium falcon" set when the movie was filming last summer. the production company-- a subsidiary of disney-- is charged with four breaches of workplace health and safety laws. still ahead, we're just a couple of days away from valentine's day! but the penguins at one zoo are already celebrating! the special treats they got. coming up tonight on 10 news and c-b-s.. the amazing race is on at 8:00.. then hawaii five-0 at 9 and blue bloods at 10. then catch 10 news at 11. don't forget to stay up for the late show with stephen colbert and his
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penguins at the london zoo were given special treats... ahead of valentine's day. they were given their favorite fish -- served in heart- shaped blocks of ice! the penguins love playing with them in the water. zookeepers hope the treats will get the penguins in a romantic mood... to mark the start of breeding season. coming up on 10 news this morning.. tampa is taking action after a 10 investigation revealed tow trucks were going after people who left their cars parked behind bars and restaurants instead of driving drunk. two middle school students...rushed to the hospital! what they ate at school that's illegal in
welcome to 10 news this morning. i'm allison kropff. and i'm mark rivera in for ian reitz.. donald trump is campaigning in tampa today.. the gop front- runner will be at the usf sundome this evening at 7 o'clock. and thousands are expected to come out to hear him speak. 10news reporter emerald morrow is live at usf. emerald, we've got about one month until the florida primary.what's the significance of trump coming to florida right now? -when trump gets here to the sundome tonight.he know's he's got a real opportunity to keep building on his lead -but why is that so important.espe cially here? -well, if trump can win florida and get all 99 delegates.it would likely put an