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i'm allison kropff. and i'm mark rivera, in for ian. a big weekend ahead in politics. the race towards the white house is heating up and will take center stage in two states this
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carolina and nevada. 10news reporter sarah hollenbeck is in the satellite center. sarah, we've talked a lot about the tight republican race but the democrats are neck and neck too. yes, hilary clinton holds an 8 point lead over bernie sanders nationally but the two are neck and neck in navada. in case you missed last night's debate, these were the big talking points: hillary clinton --women's rights: equal pay --immigration: hillary clinton said she would build upon president obama's actions to protect undocumented immigrants from deportation. --on apple: asked about apple fighting a court order to help the fbi unlock the iphone of one of the san bernardino shooters, clinton said this difficult and she'd put both sides together to
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as for sanders..... bernie sanders --free college: we'll do it by taxing wall street --raising minimum wage: must be a priority --on apple: i fear big brother but there has to be a way to fight terrorism and protect constitutional rights i'm putting the final touches on this next: donald trump duking it out with the pope? that's a story a lot of people will be talking about today-- how trump responded to the pope's comments about how he's not very christian. allison..... justice antonin scalia will lie in repose today at the supreme court, before his funeral tomorrow. president obama and the first lady will pay respects today, and will not be attending tomorrow's funeral. vice president joe biden and jill biden will attend in place of the president. the 79-year-old passed away over the weekend. the battle against zika continues this morning. the world bank offered 150 million to fight the virus and provide medical
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the institution says more funds may be made available in the future if needed. world bank says the virus is likely to slow the region's economy, decreasing gross domestic product this year by three and a half billion dollars. more economic losses could occur in the caribbean, where national economies depend heavily on tourism. it's a craigslist robbery you need to know about. deputies say this guy javario funches robbed a man at gunpoint. the victim tells 10news he met funches after seeing his craigslist ad for an iphone 6. the two met tuesday afternoon in the parking lot of a tampa apartment complex. he says he was anyway. after giving getting the phone - he says funches pulled a gun. funches posted they set up a sting and arrested him. hillsborough county sheriffs office does have a program to keep you safe when you meet
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buy or sell an item. you can use any district office where deputies are present. to learn more about operation safe sale go to if you look at your cable bill every month and think, 'this is way too much money,' the government wants to help by giving you more options when it comes to your cable box. 10news reporter emerald morrow is live outside our 10news studios. emerald, this could pave the way for cheaper third party devices and apps. - yeah, instead of being forced to pay hundreds of dollars a year for your cable box... - you might soon be able to get your cable streamed through devices like apple tv or roku the fcc says cable companies shouldn't be forcing customers like you to pay that fee every month to have their cable box the group says what's better is giving other developers the opportunity to create cable boxes and even apps that can stream cable right to your tv for a cheaper price this means it could soon be possible that one device could do everything...give you cable and allow you
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other shows... and that could mean more savings in your budget still might want to hold on to your cable box for now...because the deal is not set in stone just yet. and believe it or not...there are some people who aren't happy about all of this. i'm looking into what people on the other side are saying about how this could hurt their business...i'll have more in the next half hour. live in st. pete, emerald morrow, 10news, wtsp. firefighters in oklahoma are keeping an eye on an industrial building after it burst into flames on thursday. take a look at the scene.. this is in tulsa county. you can see the thick dark smoke and shooting flames. firefighters say
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the flammable materials that are stored inside the building. crews have even had to go back and forth between a neighboring town to refill on water. now to denver, colorado, where high winds gusting at 25 to 40 mph damaged an ikea sign causing the closure of interstate 25 during rush hour. no pieces of the sign fell onto the road, but cracks were visible on the inside sections. the highway reopened about two hours after the incident, just after 8 pm. officials said there were no reported injuries. in health news this morning, you may want to get more sleep these days. new government statistics show one in three adults do not get enough sleep. sleep experts recommend if you're 18 to 60 years old, you should sleep at least 7 hours a night. the c-d-c says south dakota had the highest sleep rates, hawaii had the lowest. the spacecraft that delivered more than seven thousand pounds of cargo to the international space station in
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there today. this is a picture astronaut scott kelly tweeted when it arrived last year. cygnus is the name of the supply ship. it is expected to leave at 7:25 this morning. once it does, it will return to earth's atmosphere and burn up over the pacific ocean. it's something you have to see to believe. the phenomenon at yosemite national park photographers are going crazy for. but first, a little girl saves her blind grandmother's life after using the skills she learned from a field trip. here's a look at what's coming up on 10 news and c-b-s tonight. starting at 8:00, the amazing race 28, followed by hawaii five-o at 9:00. at 10:00, blue bloods. then tune in to 10 news at 11. don't forget to stay up for the late show with stephen colbert and his guests chelsea handler and zosia mamet.
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square courtesy of
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presidential candidates make presidential
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their final pitch to voters - ahead of south carolina's republican primary and nevada's democratic caucus. hillary clinton holds an eight point lead over bernie sanders nationally, but the two are neck and neck in nevada. donald trump continues to hold a commanding lead over the g-o-p field with john kasich and marco rubio in a virtual tie for third place. president obama and first lady, michelle will pay their respects to justice antonin scalia -- as his body lies in repose at the supreme court. the 79-year-old supreme court justice died of natural causes over the weekend...during a hunting trip to texas. scalia's death has sparked a fierce debate in washington and on the campaign trail...over who should replace him. his funeral is tomorrow. more cable competition may soon save you more money on your bill. soon save you more money on your bill. the f-c-c estimates that you pay an average of 231 dollars a year to rent a cable box and hope a new plan will bring that cost down. it would allow you to swap your rented cable boxes for cheaper 3rd party devices or apps. apple, amazon and roku would be able to deliver cable directly.
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of the year. take a look at what's trending right now online ... these gorgeous pictures of what's called a fire fall. this is at horsetail fall in yosemite national park. it's not lava, folks - this is actually due to the sunlight catching during sunset perfectly on the waterfall creating this incredible fiery effect. it's just like this for a few weeks in february, so if you want to see it for yourself - you should head out there now. but, if you want to see the photos again, you can head over to my facebook page. i've posted some of the best instagram shots i could find and the story for you there. a five-year-old louisiana girl used
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help save her blind grandmother's life. she visited her local fire department on a field trip months ago. they taught her what to do if there is a fire in her house. so when her kitchen stove caught on fire, which then set off the smoke alarm, she knew exactly what to do. one she was out of the house, she made sure her grandmother and dog were okay. fire crews say thanks to this little girl paying attention on a field trip, everyone was ok.
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the ledger make sure to join us this weekend for morning with the there will be lots of questions the morning after the south carolina primary.. sunday morning we'll bring you the winners and losers. jobs! jobs! jobs! it's florida governor rick scott's motto.. 10 investigates mike deeson sits down with tampa bay times business columnist bob trigaux to discuss those jobs, construction and transportation including light rails and gondolas. and from fine arts ... to gently used furniture and clothing .. to a place where you
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we'll share a few places you will want to explore on 10news sunday morning. ashley batey and i will see you at 8:30. don't forget, you can always take 10 news with you just 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. live from downtown tampa
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a warning for you this tax season. the i-r-s says email and texting scams have gone up 400 year. when consumers click on phishing messages email to what appear to be government websites that ask for social and other personal information that use. orlando's newest burger joint is creating a lot of buzz this morning. wahlburgers is now open downtown. it's a chain owned
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brothers donnie and paul. mark and paul attended the opening thursday night. wahlburgers orlando is the first in florida. an ohio woman for a case that opened more than 30 years ago! she was arrested on a shoplifting charge and deputies found that a warrant for her arrest issued in 1979 was still open. the case involved three leather jackets that were stolen. the judge dismissed it after prosecutors said it was unlikely they would be able to find witnesses. the woman says she had always wondered why the warrant was never brought up before. coming up on 10 news this morning.. donald trump's holy war. will the republican frontrunner's response to the pope help or hurt his campaign? touring space. today virgin galactic will roll out a new rocket plane, sending tourists high above earth. you can get 10 weather updates on the road - with our 10 weather radio partners. in tampa bay, catch
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