tv 10 News This Morning at 500am CBS February 22, 2016 5:00am-5:30am EST
good morning and welcome to 10 news this morning. i'm allison kropff. and i'm ian reitz. the michigan uber driver accused of killing six people and hurting two others during saturday's shooting rampage in kalamazoo will be in court today. 10news reporter emerald morrow is on top of this story. she's live in the newsroom. emerald, neighbors say the suspect showed signs of paranoia in the weeks leading up to the shooting. yes, and the people who took uber rides from
night of the shooting have a similar story. dalton's behavior was apparently so off that the rider called police about his behavior before any of the shootings took place. matthew mellen says his fiancee even posted about the incident on facebook...because they wanted to warn other people about the dangers of riding with this man. the couple took as many safety precautions as they could...even calling uber to try and get dalton off the road. take a look as mellen describes the scary uber ride for himself. mellen says all of this was before dalton went on his shooting spree. his victims ranged in age from 14 to 74. a prosecutor says the shootings all appeared to be random. so what about this man's background? has he ever been in trouble before? i'm working on that and will have more at 5:30.
developing this morning, an investigation is underway in tampa after a deadly shooting at a liquor store. it happened just before 11 at 'cut rate liquor store' on north 15th street and 26th avenue. police say two armed men walked into the store and shot back and forth with the clerk. the clerk ended up shooting and killing one of the suspects. the other suspect took off, police are still searching for him. the clerk was not hurt during the shooting. right now all lanes of i-75 in sarasota county in the north port area are back open, but the right shoulder is all the southbound lanes were closed at the toledo blade boulevard exit after a fuel tanker crashed early sunday morning, troopers say the driver lost control. he tried to correct the position it to jackknife. erin andrews will be in a nashville courtroom today. the sports reporter and t-v personality is seeking 75 million dollars from the marriott hotel chain. andrews, who grew up in valrico, says the hotel was
allowing david barrett to rig peepholes and film her changing clothes when she was staying there covering a vanderbilt university football game in 2008. barrett pleaded guilty to stalking and shooting videos. happening today, bill cosby's wife camille, will be in court to testify against her husband. cosby is facing a defamation lawsuit by seven women. they say the comedian called them liars after they accused them of sexual assault. camille filed a last minute motion to delay the deposition, but a judge denied the request. the battle over privacy between the continues this morning. james comey, says his agency owes it to the victims in the san bernardino shooting to gain access to the cell phone of one of the shooters. his comments come just days after ordering apple to hack into the iphone of syed farook. farook, along with his wife, killed 14 people in the december attacks. apple says once the blueprint is made to hack into the phone, everyone is at risk. opens on clearwater
dozen new hotels you about opening on the island. 10news reporter live outside "opal sarah you're digging transformation happening on clearwater beach. if you haven't been out here in awhile, things look a whole lot different. right now 6 new hotels are under island-- and this one-- opal sands opens today. but i found out clearwater beach is getting pretty close to being built out. the city changed its rules to allow more massive resorts like this one to be built on the island. they're huge and fancy, looming large over the small mom and pops that have been around the ocean shore for and now-- the city is just about maxed out with the number of allowed hotel rooms. there are only a few clearwater beach.
out, i found out you can also expect big changes on our other pinellas county beaches. the changes coming there and why not everyone is so happy about it. live on clearwater beach, sarah hollenbeck, 10news wtsp this morning, donald trump and hillary clinton have momentum after big victories over the weekend in south carolina and nevada. senators ted cruz and marco rubio are essentially fighting for second place as the republicans turn their attention to the nevada caucuses. both are courting the latino vote. on the democratic side, hillary clinton has gained momentum after a solid victory in saturday's nevada
to solidify support in the dozen states that will vote on super tuesday, march first. developing out of syria this morning.. isis is claiming responsibility for a series of attacks that killed more than 130 people and injured at least 170 others. the bombing happened near schools in damascus during an afternoon rush hour on sunday. the u-s and moscow have been trying to negotiate a cease-fire in the country. an investigation is underway after a family of six was found dead in michigan. police say carbon monoxide poisoning may be to blame. two adults and four children ages two to 11 were found dead in different areas of the house. the children's grandfather says the family's home lost power on friday night and that was the last time he had heard from them. we've learned the death toll from a cyclone in fiji has reached 18 this morning. take a look at some of the damage. winds tore through the island nation over the weekend, reaching 177 miles per hour. authorities have been out surveying the damage and looking for more
the prime minister says that more than six-thousand people are in emergency shelters after being flooded out of their homes. gas prices remain low, but triple a says we may start to see increases in the coming months with a rise in oil costs. the national average has gone up about one cent to 1.71 per gallon. florida is above that at 1.75. but here in tampa- st. enjoying an average price of 1.66 per gallon with some stations even lower. lose some weight -- checking your weight on the scale lose some weight -- checking your weight on the scale can be dreadful. but researchers are now saying instead of fearing it, embracing it could help you lose weight. but first, a story scratch your head.
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news back in the morning. here are some other stories making headlines around the nation and the world in 60 seconds. the supreme court hears arguments in two cases today, its first action since the death of justice antonin scalia. scalia could have been a deciding vote in those cases which center on the rights of criminal defendants. he was laid to rest saturday at the age of 79. listen to this. massachusetts is planning to establish a colony of venomous rattlesnakes on an off-limits island in the states largest body of water. but that has hikers, fishermen and hunters worried that the snakes could escape the island and move to nearby wooded areas on the mainland. a meeting being held tomorrow will allow the public to ask the division of fisheries and wildlife questions about their plan. fewer u-s women are entering adulthood infected with the human papillomavirus. new research shows a vaccination program that began a decade ago has helped among women who are now in their early 20s. researchers believe those women are the beginning of a generation that should see fewer
and other cancers in the future. a building in germany is ruined this morning after a sinkhole opens up underneath it. take a look. it started on friday and grew bigger over the weekend. it's at least 50 meters deep.. which is about the length of an olympic sized swimming pool. no one was hurt and the cause for the sinkhole is being investigated. crews have been sending drones into the hole to take video of the damage. and look at this video out of illinois. shortly after this bus left chicago, it burst into flames along highway 41. the bus was heading to minneapolis. all 40 passengers were able to evacuate safely. the driver says he got out to investigate a pop sound and that's when smoke started
the road - with our 10 weather radio 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. a guiding tour in canada gets caught in an avalanche. it's the second avalanche over the weekend that's caused problems for visitors. but first, a rescued bald eagle is now back in the wild thanks to the
a big shakeup in the executive offices at sea world. the amusement park announced the departures of the company's chief parks operations officer, chief zoological officer and san antonio park director. it's part of a continuing effort to improve the profitability of the theme parks. sea world announced last fall it would end its killer-whale shows after public scrutiny and regulatory pressure. fortune is out with its most admired companies list. the winners are a trio of tech giants. in the top spot is apple, followed by alphabet...the parent company of google... and amazon. the list of compiled by revenue and corporate reputations. a female bald eagle is back in the wild after spending sometime in an oregon refuge. take a look at her release on sunday. the eagle was found earlier this month tangled in a fishing line. her injuries were wildlife center says
people clean up after themselves near riverbanks and camping areas. a tampa woman needs your help this morning getting back to the united states for treatment. how she ended up in the hospital from a bizarre accident. but first, a story that may me you upset this morning. two bay area men are in trouble with the law for baiting and fighting animals.