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10news at noon starts now. >> good afternoon. i am allison kropff. >> i'm ian reitz. election day is two weeks from tomorrow. >> early voting kicked off today, the same day donald trump will be in tampa. sarah hollenbeck shows you why your vote carries more weight here in florida compared to other parts of the country. >> reporter: early voting kicks off today and it's off to a great start as all of these candidates vie for your vote over the next 15 days. hillary clinton and donald trump will also be spending a
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voters right here in tampa bay. they are paying attention to florida for good reason. did you know that your vote actually carries more weight? according to the website 538, a vote cast in florida is worth 2.5 times more than a vote in another part of the country. that means we really could have the power to choose the next president. the same website says florida has a one in five chance of being the tipping point in this year's presidential election. >> it means that my voice, my to know that my voice is going to count. >> reporter: and we are already seeing a good turnout with mail- in ballots and now people showing up to vote early. our local supervisor of election offices are encouraging you to vote early because you can show up from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and avoid all the lines on election day. so that means over the next two weeks you have that option. the only place that isn't doing early voting starting today are pasco and highlands county.
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marco rubio made a stop in sun city center today to encourage his supporters to vote. he stressed the importance of voting. florida is always one of the most contested battleground states in the nation. >> florida is so competitive and continues to be a bellwether for the country. if you think about it this way, barack obama, by all accounts, ran the best grassroots operation in american history in florida in 2012, and he won by half of so how thin the margins are, and that's why getting out the vote is so important. turnout is the difference in races such as these. >> rubio is up against patrick murphy. you can tell this race is one of the more heated ones in the state. for trump, a win in florida is critical. that's why he is back in tampa. he is hosting a rally at the mid florida credit union amphitheater tonight. hillary clinton will be in florida as well. polls show her lead is
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white house. so the clinton campaign they were expanding their focus beyond the presidential race to try to help out democratic congressional candidates. craig boswell a look at some of the latest poll numbers. >> reporter: hillary clinton heads north to new hampshire monday afternoon. the democratic leaning state is likely to vote for clinton, but it's also home to a tight senate race between democratic governor maggie has lin and incumbent republican senator. recent candidates because recent polls show her lead against trump is expanding. >> we are seeing evidence that this could be a very big and historic win for hillary clinton. >> reporter: trump's biggest problem in the polls is the gender gap. the abc poll shows trump with a 20 point deficit with female voters. >> i really think those polls are very inaccurate when it comes to women. i think we are doing better with women than with men. >> reporter: his skepticism
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election in general, which he says can't be trusted. >> if we win on november 8th, we are going to fix our rigged system. it's a rigged, broken, corrupt system. >> reporter: his message is resonating with his voters. but a tracker poll found more than 08% of republicans in florida -- 80% of republicans in florida and texas agree that voter fraud is a problem. eight in ten feel trump would win if the system was fair. craig boswell, white house. >> trump picked up the las vegas review endorsement over the weekend. federal investigators are trying to figure out what caused this devastating southern california bus crash. 13 people were killed sunday when it plowed into the back of a big rig before dawn. maria villa rielle has more.
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responders dug for victims. the bus jammed 15 feet into the trailer. >> i don't know what the speeds are. the bus was traveling significantly faster than the tractor-trailer. >> reporter: most of those killed were seated at the front of the bus. >> most were unretrained and, therefore -- were unrestrained and, therefore, flown through the year. >> i got my jaw out of place. >>ep big rig survived with minor injuries. this cell phone interview was shot by a taxi driver who says he picked him up from the hospital. >> the impact, you know, hit me from behind, and i just blacked out. >> reporter: government documents show the bus is owned by u.s.a. holiday, a los angeles-based tour company. according to the records it has no previous accidents and it's most recent inspection in april turned up no mechanical issues.
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determine exactly why the accident occurred because the driver has been killed. we will get as close as we can. >> reporter: authorities continue to try to identify the victims, but they have been met with some challenges because a lot of the i.d.s they found on scene have not been valid i.d.s. we know they are looking at the possibility of a black box recorder device on the bus. however, this bus was manufactured in 1996 and there is no guarantees there will be one on board. >> the national transportation safety board will have a crew on site investigating today. tom hayden died at the age of 76. he was an anti-vietnam war activist and husband of jane fonda. hayden was one of the chicago seven activists who protested the democratic national convention in 1968.
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australian swimmer sam horton is raising concerns over a mole on his chest. he thanked the person who emailed his swim team doctor to tell him to get the mole on his chest checked out. while he didn't go into detail, he did write shout out to the person that emailed the swim team doctor and told me to get my mole checked out. good call. very good call. when you see the mole in other pictures, you see it's different. are you looking for a career change? we have a few suggestions for you and they happen to be the top jobs with the highest pay raises last year. sneakers are $1 billion business. are the expensive ones that much better? we will take a closer look after the break. first in health news, new guidelines out to better protect babies from sudden infant death syndrome. we had a beautiful weekend in the bay area. starting to heat up a little bit, it's radio?
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be arriving tomorrow. even tomorrow morning you will be off to a crisp start. toastier already than yesterday. we are at 76 in tampa. talking about how warm it gets and which day we could start closing in on 90 degrees again coming up in a few moments. 10news and the tampa bay lightning want to put you in the stands. watch "10news at 11" for your chance to win two lower level ticks to the tampa bay
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robert kearney: i fought for my country in kosovo and iraq, and i've been a republican all my life. but i'm the father of three girls. i can't stand hearing donald trump call women pigs, dogs, and bimbos...and i sure don't want my daughters hearing it. i want my girls to grow up proud and strong, in a nation where they're valued and respected. donald trump's america is not the country i
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amendment 1 guarantees your right to generate your own solar energy. it also guarantees that those who don't choose solar don't have to subsidize those who do. amendment 1 means commonsense consumer protections safeguarding seniors-and all floridians from scams, rip-offs, and long-term contract traps.
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nomy. about 3,500 babies die every year from sleep-related deaths. >> the american academy of pediatrics is issuing new to decrease deaths. the american academy of pediatrics now recommends infants share their parents' bedroom for the first six months of life and ideally for the first year. they also say that breastfeed something recommended. >> breastfeeding can reduce the risk of sids by 70%. >> also recommended a pacifier
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to remind parents that babies should be placed on their back to sleep on a firm mattress in a crib or bassinet. there should be no bumpers, belong et cetera, pillows -- blankets, pillows or toy. a report showing the top 13 jobs with the biggest pay raises last year. topping the list nursing assistant. it rose 11% in 2015 to 50,000 in 2016. a sales rose from 11% from $66,000 in 2015 to $73,000 in 2016. implementation consultant average pay rose 7% from $70,000 in 2015 to $75,000 in 2016. the implementation consultant travels a lot and helps with the installation of software and hardware. a registered nurse, median base pay rose 7% from $63,000 in 2015 to $68,000 in 2016. and rounding out the top five a media player.
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to $45,000 in 2016. now, that list has 13 in all. to see the other eight jobs go to or download our 10news app. a recent report for the global footwear market will reach $115 billion by the year 2022. many shoemakers charge big prices for their latest designs. are those expensive shoes any better? ann warner takes a closer look. >> three, two, one, go. >> reporter: we are at the portland, or of sportsware maker adidas where footwear developers are using motion capture technology to design their latest shoes. mechanical engineer alise hall explains how it works. >> this represents areas that aren't stretching as much. >> reporter: it's called aramus. the same technology nasa uses to analyze the outer hulls of space shuttles.. >> we are using it to map the
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>> reporter: manufacturers taught their latest innovations with prices to match. some shoes sell for upwards of $300. but are they worth it? >> the way the shoe performance is probably not related to the price of the shoe. >> reporter: university of nevada biomechanics professor john mercer studies athletic shoes. if i spend $150, that shoe may be no better than a $50 shoe? >> well, it depends. the problem with the shoe industry ever little different shoe. >> reporter: at mercer's lab in las vegas he has analyzed dozens of shoe brands and styles. when somebody says to you, john, what kind of shoe should i buy? >> i tell them, first of all, don't be brand loyal and model loyal. that means you got to be open to trying different types of shoes to figure out what is going to work for you. >> reporter: he recommends taking shoes for a test run. if you are a serious athlete, maybe even have an expert
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>> now, mercer says if you are among the 90% of people who strike the pavement with your heel first he recommends a shoe with more cushion and support in the heel. if you run on the front of your feet, look for a flatter sole. >> somebody is studying that right now. >> but it makes it -- we were talking about this. it makes a huge difference when you get the right shoe for how you hit you turn in or out. it's night and day. >> especially when you are strange and running -- >> you are putting on a lot of miles. you don't want to mess up your feet. >> we had nice weather over the weekend. could we keep that, please? >> for today. we got to change it up. that's just the way weather works in florida in october. you get a little taste of, and then we're gonna pull the rug out from under you. we have a long way to go and we're gonna tracking several cold fronts in the coming weeks.
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86 clearwater. through the afternoon we will see a lot more areas joining that 80-degree club. as we look over wesley chapel things are quiet. we have a lot of high thin clouds and we will see an increase in those throughout the day today, but none of these are going to come close to being tall enough or intense enough to produce anything in the way of showers and certainly not thunderstorms. but notice it's still for much of the area. we're gonna get a lot of sunshine in the forecast and that's going temperatures upward as we head through the afternoon. we are also gonna keep things nice and dry. a northerly wind w . it allows us to warm up a little bit more because that drier air heats and cools more efficiently . we also get cooler overnight temperatures, but they climb during the afternoon. so hitting 80 today in tampa. in fact, i think between hourly observations we will get to 82 this afternoon and then
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cloud cover. a few patches of fog could develop early tomorrow morning. overall, not a huge issue for you. here we go. lunchtime temperatures mid-70s. great day to send the little lunch outside. not a bad plan. 80s coming up later on this afternoon. especially for the bay area inland spots might run a degree or two cooler, but the overall trend is it's gonna are warmer than yesterday and tomorrow it's gonna are warmer than today. this evening, temperatures fall and we start off in the 50s for but upper 50s as opposed to low- to-mid 50s, and we will see that trend taking hold tomorrow. we are getting a little bit more moisture over the next 48 hours. notice we are going to see the dew points in the 50s. so in theory we could drop to the mark. as tuesday afternoon rolls around start getting back into the 60s. that's as low as we can go. big indicator of what the overnight temperatures are going to say.
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to the 60s. this afternoon we will spend most of the time in the 70s. again briefly getting into the 80s this afternoon, topping out at 82. tomorrow 85. wednesday 87, 88 in spots. we will get some 89s, maybe a stray 90 in the forecast. wednesday's gonna be a little bit of a toasty one. notice we don't keep rain chances in here until friday and even chance at most going up to around 20% for the second half of the weekend. ian and allison. a columbine survivor's journals are inspiring a new film. we will look at i'm not ashame after the break. two of the best schools in the country are right here in the bay area. we will tell you about the schools chosen as blue ribbon schools next. we have "kevin can wait" at 8:00. then the premiere of "man with
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port tampa bay has now become florida's largest and most diversified. which helps explain why it is one of dana young's top priorities. generating over 15 billion for the regional economy, and 80 thousand local jobs. dana young is working to continue that success, by attracting high waged jobs for families who need them
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a return to common sense. it's been two decades since the horrific columbine school shooting. the journals left behind are the basis of a new film.
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>> in the movie there is a lot of bullying going on and rachel comes up and she is like, hey, stop acting like that. i love it because it takes that one person sometimes to just say, hey, knock it off. >> the movie is now playing in select theaters. if you want to learn more about that go to the "great day tampa bay" facebook page. the federal government says two of the best schools in the united a big congrats to north side christian elementary in st. petersburg and florida collegiate charter school in manatee county. both awarded the prestigious national blue ribbon award. this is given out by the u.s. department of education for exemplary high scores on standardized testing and score gap achievement over five years. we talked with the principal of north side christian. she is proud. >> just continue to set a national plan, work towards goals, and you can achieve
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>> big celebration this morning. you can see commissioner charlie justice and the st. petersburg mayor on hand for that presentation this morning. looks like just a big awards ceremony. >> what a huge honor to have two schools here in the bay area. that's great. >> to learn more about them and what they have done to earn that over the years -- >> yeah, that's awesome. headed out this afternoon. a little bit warmer. not a bad day. >> so nice. 82 is still not bad and it's gonna feel like 82. it's not 82 that's basically 90. [ laughter starting tomorrow a little bit of that humidity is gonna start to creep back in and our afternoon temperatures are gonna warm up a little bit. the only kinda -- well, this is a bit too much here. wednesday there are some pockets that could be flirting with 90 degrees. don't think too many areas are gonna get there. if you are in one of those areas that tends to run warm, you will make a run that on wednesday. >> even the overnight lows -- >> exactly. so pretty. >> fall-ish. that's gonna do it for us at noon.
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it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands. and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems.
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m hillary clinton and i approve this message. when powerful people need someone to do their dirty work, they hire bob buesing. how far will he go? buesing fought to foreclose assisted-living retirement homes, threatening local seniors with homelessness. then, buesing defended wells fargo against charges of helping a ponzi-schemer swindle millions.
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robert kearney: i fought for my country in kosovo and iraq, and i've been a republican all my life. but i'm the father of three girls. i can't stand hearing donald trump call women pigs, dogs, and bimbos...and i sure don't want my daughters hearing it. i want my girls to grow up proud and strong, in a nation where they're valued and respected. donald trump's america is not the country i
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>> hilary: hello, ashley. how are you? >> ashley: busy. i'm about to make a call, so -- >> hilary: well, i was just wondering if you had a chance to catch the show tonight. >> ashley: not with my own eyes, but i heard all about it. >> hilary: it's crazy what's happening with victor, huh? >> ashley: that's one word for it. >> hilary: well, now's your chance to go on the record. that is, if you have anything to say. >> ashley: i have so much to say. i'll try to keep it short and sweet. no comment. >> hilary: huh. i'm intrigued. "no comment" -- that's not a denial. off the record, someone went to great lengths to make sure that gc buzz had all of newman's financial information. i was just wondering -- is this


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