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killed. 14 others were hurt in a kansas shooting rampage. 10news reporter emerald morrow is live in the newsroom. emerald, officials say most of the shootings happened at the suspect's job. how common are these types of crimes? the numbers might shock you. the bureau of labor statistics did a study, and their latest numbers show that from 2006 to 2010...an average of about 550 workers per year died in work-related homicides. a large majority of these were shootings. unfortunately, what happened in hesston, kansas adds to the list. ford...who also has a record in florida...is responsible for killing three people and hurting more than a dozen others by police. there were multiple crime scenes, but the biggest was at excel ford worked. thing to have something like this happen in the workplace where you should feel safe... but the department of labor says nearly americans experience some type of workplace violence every single year.
beyond telling your boss if you feel uncomfortable at work or see signs in someone that could lead to violence? well, you have a legal right to a safe workplace. and i'm researching who you need to take your concerns to if you feel like something is wrong. allison, back to you. if you didn't watch the debate thursday night, maybe you don't even care, trust us, you'll want to hear this because it was the most interesting debate yet - and you know there have been some heated ones. marco rubio and ted cruz came out swinging at donald trump. it was the last time both candidates would have a chance to overcome trump in the polls before super tuesday. rubio, who trails trump here in florida, tried to call him out on healthcare. keep in mind,
march 15th. it's a big weekend for democratic candidates, hillary clinton and bernie sanders. tomorrow is the south carolina primary. right now polls show clinton leading sanders by an average of 24 point heading into tomorrow. happening later today a possible compromise. clearwater marine aquarium representatives will meet with the group appealing the city's ruling allowing the aquarium to expand. about 200 residents packed into st. brendan's on island estates last night to support the appeal. they're worried about the impact on property values and traffic. they also don't like how the approval happened. the aquarium ceo tells us that the the aquarium and its he says 'island estates' residents a parking garage for years. today, a port captain tells 10news he's grateful to have his stolen boat and business back. police say jason ewashko
behind seaside inn after closing time, but didn't get very far. he floored it, while still tied up, snapping two pilings, before ramming to a halt. "paladin" owner jesse zuban says he watched as ewashko jumped into the water trying to make a get-away, only needing to be rescued. butted to the national crime insurance bureau says florida's the number one state for boat thefts. a jury finds former b-p rig supervisor robert kaluza not guilty for a pollution charge in the rig explosion and oil spill in the gulf of mexico. prosecutors said kaluza botched a crucial pressure test that signaled trouble before an explosion on the deepwater horizon rig. it's hard to forget these images from six years ago this april. the explosion caused millions of gallons of oil to spill into the gulf for weeks. how would you like a chance to hang out with your
players for free? it's your lucky day. you're going to get a chance to do just that tomorrow at tropicana field. fan fest is back and this year the team expects 30-thousand people like you and your neighbors to join them. 10news reporter sarah hollenbeck is live at tropicana field. sarah, you found out the best way for people to get pictures and autographs with their favorite players. yes, we've got some inside tips for you this morning. make sure you charge your phone and cameras-- you're sure to take a bunch of pictures when you head out here tomorroe for fan fest. autograph passes for the rays hottest 9 players already sold out. the passes-- which benefit the als association here in florida-- sold out within a few days time. but don't worry, there are still plenty of chances to meet your favorite players.
your kids, grandkids or your friend's get access to free autographs from players, coaches and legends. photos are a lot easier to get than autographs. on the field, pose with him! this is going to be a really fun opportunity for you to bond with your kids too. there are a ton of really cool activities and games just for the little ones. bring these: camera sealed food sealed water bottles don't bring these: alcohol bags over 16" x 16" x
so is next year going to be the rays big year? why dewayne staats says absolutely. i'll have that for you in 30 mins. live at the trop, sarah hollenbeck, 10news wtsp we've all heard that regular exercise is a part of a healthy lifestyle. but, can it sometimes be too much? the canadian journal of cardiology says that high levels of intense workouts can be toxic for the heart. research suggests that type permanent to the heart which to abnormal the study urges anyone who maintains a high workout level regularly to see a doctor. that has gone national and we love it. remember "eric piburn" who was born with a heart condition.. he got to talk with wheel of fortune's pat and vanna from
another item off his bucket list. this sunday, he is having a huge birthday blowout and you're invited! it's at old mcmicky's farm from noon to four and has all kinds of family friendly activities. there is an entry fee which goes to help support eric's medical costs. we have more information on our website, w-t-s-p dot com. jet blue performs a little social experiment to give some lucky passengers a trip of a lifetime. but first, an police chase in california officers will never forget. here's a look at what's coming up on 10 news and c-b-s tonight. starting at 8:00, the amazing race, followed by hawaii- five o at 9:00. at 10:00, blue bloods. the tune in to 10 news at 11. don't forget to stay up for the late show with stephen colbert and his
killed in a confrontation with police. on the campaign trail, republican presidential candidates turn their focus back to super tuesday states after a heated debate thursday night in texas. marco rubio and ted cruz attacked frontrunner, donald trump, on immigration, healthcare, and taxes. close to 600 delegates are up for grabs in next week's contests...nearly half the total needed to clinch the nomination. it's a sign spring training is about to begin. if you're a rays fan, you're going to want to check out their fan fest tomorrow. the fun takes place from 11:00 until 4:00 at tropicana field. fans can meet and talk with players, coaches, and alumni. there will also be autograph and photo sessions on the field. admission and parking is free. jetblue did something a little bit different --it invited 150 passengers to "reach across the aisle" in this fun, election-themed stunt. --kind of a social experiment. --the travelers had a chance to win a free --the travelers had a chance to win a free round-trip ticket to anywhere jet blue flies. --but to get the
they all had to decide on the single destination by unanimous vote before their six-hour flight from boston landed in phoenix. --after several back and forths...speeches...a nd compromise...they listened to arguments and agreed --their final vote: costa rica here's a story you only hear about from fairy tales...it is not something you'd expect to see on the road. take a moment to come over to your t-v to watch this.
the ledger be sure to put 10news sunday morning on your must watch list this weekend. mark rivera will have your top stories and ashley batey will have your sunday forecast. this week we're breaking down the oscars with a film critic as we countdown to the ceremony. that's with our news partners at the tampa bay times. you'll get a look at what's happening in your community. and 10 thousand cakes and counting. the woman bringing free smiles with free treats. 10news sunday morning where we take the time to tell
academy awards on sunday. he'll introduce lady gaga before she performs her nominated song, "til it happens to you." biden says he'll use his introduction to speak out against sexual assault. here's a story that is going to put a smile on your face this morning. meet roman klemens. he works as a bagger at a wisconsin grocery store. get this... he turned 90-years- old this week. guess how he celebrated? he went to work! he puts in 19 hours a week. he even comes in when he's off duty too. his manager jokes that he probably gets more work done then some of their teenage staff. when it comes to retirement, roman doesn't want to talk about it. he says there's still too much flirting to be done. coming up on 10 news this morning.. starting this weekend there's a new and fun way to beat the traffic in downtown tampa. what you need to know about the new water taxis. and our foodie scene is about to get even better! the
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