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now the warning going out to local schools!! pups caught in the cross hairs of controversial new rules. what's at stake. 32 guns -- stolen! they're now on the very streets where yo and cops have linked these crooks to even more crimes! good morning and welcome to "10 news early morning." i'm ian reitz.. lets get a look at #10weather with meteorologist ashley batey.
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criminals, breaking into homes in broad daylight. there are a half dozen cases in polk county. investigators tell 10news reporter kendra conlon that crooks are taking guns in what they believe is an organized crime spree. adriana shadrick says the burglars got away with a 300 pound safe and 32 of her husband's guns. he's a firearms instructor and collector. they took pistols... shotguns, and
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they also stole adriana's sense of security. she's normally home during the day. investigators linked that break in to another armed burglary here in winter haven that same day - they say by connecting the getaway car - to a larger crime spree. auburndale police say this white lincoln towncar with a beige top has been spotted in at least 2 of the burglaries.. they believe a white four door car's also involved. detectives say this is where neighbors spotted two men knocking on doors... to make sure the coast was clear. the shadrick's hope they're caught before anyone gets
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the best way to get back a stolen gun is by having a detailed description -- making note of custom features. ask police to submit your gun's serial number to the national crime information center. the database is used by law enforcement nationwide. websites like hot guns dot com and stolen 9-1-1 dot com. right now-- the search is on for a gunman after police say a bullet-- flew through a door and into a toddler's thigh! alaya simmons who's nearly two years old is expected to be okay. cops say more than a dozen shots were fired at her family's apartment in tampa's robles park housing project yesterday afternoon. they believe the little girl's father was the target. a controversial ordinance in sarasota county is
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-- after petland sues the county -- to overturn the 'puppy mill' ordinance. on facebook - sally says buying from mills should be banned nationally! and susan says- let's not move backward with this too! 10 news reporter shannon valladolid shows you why this generating so much buzz.. and why the county initiated the ordinance in the first place. "ok come on." "nats barking" this is what you hear as you enter the humane society of sarasota " to be adopted. 150 to be exact. and you can't forget the cats!! nats autumn steiner with the shelter says sarasota county has been great with raising awareness about adopting. they also strive to make sure animals are treated humanely. that's some of the reasoning behind the county approving the
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sale of animals brought in from puppy mills or kitten factories. nats but that ordinance is now in jeopardy. petland is suing sarasota county, calling the ordinance unconstitutional. so pretty much a local breeder who breeds an animal in the county can still certain circumstances. if the county wins - petland's attorney says the store would have to shut down. in sarasota, shannon valladolid 10 news wtsp. take a look at this. take a look at this. yes that's moldy food. there's mold in the jelly and at the bottom of this sandwich. and that right there... is exactly what a sasrasota school served to a 9-year- old girl. now her mother
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the sarasota county school district says the moldy jelly packet was the second one found in a week. so they are now talking with the manufacturer and warning other schools. it's one of the worst calls any parent could get. finding out that your son collapsed at soccer practice and his heart -- stopped. one family is now on a mission to help others -- after c-p-r brought their teen back to life. 16 year old billy cohen is surprisingly nonchalant when he talks about the day he dropped dead at soccer practice. 24:04i was actually pronounced dead and my heart stopped completely 45:18its not a call you want to get as a mom the coach who helped save him 34:09surreal and
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when remembering that day last july 34:11probably the most horrifying moment of my life now a junior at providence day, billy was diagnosed as an infant with a heart defect that meant he couldn't play contact sports -- but could still be pretty active. nats so he loved being on the soccer field. 26:44it was a feeling of freedom, felt somewhat normal last march he had the first of three open heart surgeries but was still cleared to play soccer. then while running laps at practice last summer. billy suddenly went down. 34:15he was on the ground he'd collapsed sort of gasping and without a pulse 45:35she said billy collapsed on the track and they're doing cpr on him and everything kind of stopped that's because the friend who had called billy's mom dropped her phone nats paralyzed in her kitchen, elizabeth could hear the commotion 46:03i heard the word defibrillator and i heard all these things and i'm just kind of spinning in my ktchen she could hear the ambulance. nats didn't know billy's coaches were doing cpr and using the aed to shock him back to life.
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like you check the box off, you don't really think that im going to have to use this 36:44i look at it much differently now obviously 46:14she came back on the phone and said go to the hospital he's got a pulse incredibly, today, fine. 27:40i was lucky enough to be at a school that is prepared and has the resources that are able to provide me with chance to be brought back from the dead. if i'd been anywhere else i might not be standing here today 47:30so that's kind of our message now, cpr works, call 911, use the aed, it saved my kids life' stand-up so billy and his family have made it their mission the goal - teach everyone what's called hands only cpr call 911, do compressions to the beat of staying alive. it's a beat billy litera long 30:18ic an hear it constantly, a little bit annoying last december doctors replaced his aortic valve with a mechanical one and it clicks every time it beats, a constant reminder of what billy's been through. 30:25it does it shows me that i'm still here today 48:12hes just an amazing kid and i think he's gonna do amazing things the school took on billy's initative, teaching "c-p-r" to the school took on billy's initative, teaching "c-p-r" to all staff and many
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across campus. a magnificent eyesore is on its way to being magnificent again. the historic "belleview-biltmore hotel" is being salvaged-- as a part of a luxury residential community in belleair. 10 news reporter jonathan petramala shows you how saving the hotel-- isn't as simple as just a new coat of paint. the belleview- biltmore has seen better days in it's 119 year history...and the sun is setting on one of it's last here. memories faired better recently than the monument itself, which is where steve wood checks in... a luxury residential development, that will keep the property's original amenity...mostly inn-tact. a literal million dollar move that is possible with these. it will take an entire day just to move the building into position, in the meantime a six floor condominium
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and nearby, two story townhomes. just like it has for over a century. in belleair, jonathan petramala, 10 news wtsp. we have a lot to get to coming up at 5 on 10 news this morning. allison is in the newsroom with what we are working on this morning. an american
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some really frustrated passengers. after flying for six hours, the plane had to go back to the airport where it took off. why the plane had to turn around. and james corden has booked his next carpool karaoke guest. who will be riding shotgun through the streets of new york city. we are working on all those stories, plus ashley has your forecast and hilary is checking out a few hot spots right now. we'll get you ready to head out the door. that's all coming up in 20 minutes. still ahead on 10 news early morning... 10 investigates the high cost of prescription drugs and where the drug companies are putting all that money. and you won't believe what happens next! why
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between friends. as we continue our investigation into price spikes of at least a hundred drugs, we wanted to know where the drug companies are putting their dollars. as tegna media investigative reporter chris vanderveen shows us, there's more than enough cash to go around. and around. and around. nats music pan of 100 drugs 100 drugs... 100 price increases... drug prices so often... sot: 5:29:30 "all the time.." that sometimes -- even pharmacists -- wake up to bad news... sot: 5:29:30 "overnight in some cases..." "literally overnight?" "overnight..." in this world of dollars and nonsense -- tom gierwatoski admits he feels spent. sot: 5:31:57 "are you losing faith it's going to change?" "i would say i've lost faith that it's going to change..." take alinia -- a 14 year old drug used to treat diarrhea -- or primsol -- a 31 year old antibiotic -- used to kill ear infections. sot: 5:33:53 "when
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that triples in price ... " sot: 5:34:59 "and there hasn't been a penny spent on research and development..." sot: 5:34:03 "how do i explain it to a patient any more..." he could tell them this... looking through records with the securities and exchange commission, we found a number of companies like touting old products more than inventing new ones. like teva -- big in generics -- it spent at least 2 times more on sales and marketing than it did on research and development. mylan, the maker of the epi pen -- spent three times more -- and valeant, spent at least 4 times more on sales and administrative costs. sot: 11:54:46 "is the system broken?" "it's not a system. it's a disaster." dr. meg lemon struggles to make sense of drug increases like the one we tracked for erythromycin gel -- a 44 year old drug... sot: 11:55:51 "if it were an open marketplace, they wouldn't survive, their drugs would be too expensive, and they wouldn't survive... but they do -- and -- they aren't shy -- telling people -- about their drugs -- on tv -- in 2013, 8 companies spent 1.36 billion on national tv ads... in 2014, they spent 1.5 billion. last year they spent, 1.86 billion. that's nearly 5
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sot: 4:48:17 "the out of pocket cost at the time was 900 dollars..." joanne brennans daughter claire relies on embrel -- a highly advertised drug for rheumatoid arthritis -- it's nearly doubled in price in four years. sot: 4:51:02 "oh, the system is broken, very broken..." drug makers also like giveaways to doctors -- using openpaymentsdata. -- we found 8 companies have nearly tripled their payments to doctors since 2013 -- worrying medical ethicists along the way. sot: 1:45:21 "the quid pro quo is always a possibility even if i don't know it or don't perceive it..." he says -- even honest doctors can be tempted to prescribe differently due to giveaways. sot: 1:45:41 "it's human nature..." sot: 2:18:16 "somewhere, something is going to have to give..." academics like ben miller -- work to bring state's medical costs down -- he says -- think of drugs -- like this... sot: 2:17:41 "what do you call a cell that's growing uncontrollably?" "cancer." "so if you look at something that's growing uncoltrollably in health care -- it's the cost -- it's a cancer in health care..." and in the us -- not even the largest buyer of
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voted to make it against the law. nats of gierwatoski back in pharmacy leaving people like gierwatoski to wonder -- just how many more price increases -- he or his customers can take... sot: 5:34:11 "you can't beat it -- you can't explain it -- you just have to say -- somebody's getting rich and it ain't us..." for tegna investigations... this is chris vanderveen. just this week, we heard back from valeant pharmaceuticals. they tell us just this year the company ha spending 40% -- and decreased marketing spending as well. it seeks to now limit drug price increases by single digits year to year. a 9-year-old boy is being called a hero for what you're about to see in this video. keep an eye on the 11-month-old baby on the changing table in the top right corner. now watch closely: as the baby starts to roll off -- big brother swoops in and catches him before he hits the ground. the family shared
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everyone that taking your eyes off little ones-- even for a few seconds -- could be very dangerous. coming up tonight on 10 news and c-b-s. starting at 8:00, the big bang theory, followed by the great indoors at 8:30. at 9:00, mom. at 9:30, life in pieces. at 10:00, pure genius. then tune in to 10 news at 11. news at 11. kids don't know how to act fake. news at 11. so we're learning to be more like them. removing artificial flavors and colors from general mills cereal. ke his face. you said you wanted to feel better about your cereal. general mills big g cereals hear you. that's why we say "yes" to whole grain as our first ingredient. and "no way" to high fructose corn syrup. so no matter what your favorite is, you can feel good
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look a lot like christmas! last night...was filled with fun in ybor city. even santa was there... for the lighting of the 37-foot christmas tree. there was also free hot chocolate!... to add to the holiday cheer. coming up on 10 news this morning.. don't go in the water! the incredible video out of oregon showing
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a big setback for the bolts. what steven stamkos' injury means for the rest of the season. and we're live at big cat rescue as it gets ready to take in tigers rescued from a failed facility. we'll be back with another look at your weather and traffic, in three minutes. at ikea, we believe that everything you need should be within reach. that anything that matches your taste can match your budget.
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