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this is going to be a tough play. the cubs won the world series. bryant makes the play. it's over. the cubs have finally won it all. >> history tonight after 108 years world series title. chicago cubs are champions of the world. the cubs beating the cleveland indians in the 10th inning. the curse of the billy goat, bartman, all of it vanished in one magical night and cub fans are thrilled. >> check out that reaction. fans cheering.
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chicago outside of wrigley field tonight. check out the reaction from chicago fans watching the game from inside a bar. maybe at home you were cheering like that. a game that was back and forth and included a 20-minute rain delay capping off one of the best world series games in history. what a night. good evening. thanks for sticking around for this special edition of fox 10 news at 9:00. >> tonight. both teams, amazing game seven. even if you were a casual baseball game you had to be tied up in knots. live pictures from chicago as they are celebrating and taking it in, a 108 year drought is over. >> something tells me this celebration will go into the morning hours. the sun will be rising and they will be celebrating.
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chicago. we begin our world series coverage with jude lacava. you got a chance to catch up with harry care y's daughter. >> reporter: he passed away almost two decades ago. harry's daughter lives in the valley. as you would imagine, is every bit as excited as hairy -- harry on a night like this. ? take me out to the ballgame ? >> it is amazing to me how many people all over the country know this. as soon as they hear his name
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the seventh inning stretch. now they have are other people doing it in his place. >> reporter: how would your dad react to this experience with the cubs in the world series? >> he would be ecstatic. i don't know if we would be able to shut him up. the whole town of chicago feels this has been a long time waiting. i'm sure he is up there looking down and as happy as can >> as god made green apples, some day the chicago clubs be in the world series. >> it is funny, he compared it as god made green apples, i thought he is up there eating a green apple. cub fans always thinks it is this year and we're told no, it is next year but it is really this year and they made it to the worlder series. >> reporter: the misery of
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makes it that much more sweet when you get there. >> i 100% agree. it is just surreal to me. i think it is to a lot of people. it is like everybody has waited so long and people have commented oh, it is not going to happen and look, ha, ha. >> reporter: describe the passion for the cubs. we felt it. if you're a loyal broadcaster of the games, it, you lived it. describe his passion for the team. >> first of all, the chicago cubs and the fans, the people was the number one priority to him. he truly loved it. when he announced that people could relate to him so much, he meant every word of it. >> until next spring, god willing, so long, everybody.
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caray watched that. >> he used to own a bar and we are live there tonight. fans must have been going nuts there. >> reporter: to say it was wild, kari and john, may be an understatement. i can't think of a better place to be the very bar caray created. he once said that as sure as god made green apples, chicago cubs will be in the world series. i am so honored to be standing next to you. you are one of the first that harry caray brought in. >> we are very happy. con congratulations to all of
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the game, most of the people started crying, especially the women. >> reporter: he is right. such a special place to be. so many cub fans happy this evening and we saw some tears. >> this is where the true fans have always been. >> reporter: diehard fans filling up a bar in mesa to watch the world series. why this place? >> it has >> reporter: it does not get closer to chicago than it does here. >> the fans and ambiance. >> reporter: one of the most notorious announcers for the cubs was behind it all. harry caray once ran the bar giving it a long history with chicago that dates back to 1986 when he opened diamondbacks sports grill and called it slugos. >> the place is electric.
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memorabilia still covers the walls. >> it is great. >> reporter: making this place the one and only for true cubs fans rooting from arizona. >> we're going to win it for the first time in 108 years. the goat will be gone. >> reporter: there you have it. they won it. the cubs made history winning the first world series since 1908. what is next? a big party. we're missing the champagne here but you guys are going all night, right? congratulations to the chicago cubs. we're live in mesa. >> thanks. the world, a different place from what it was in 1908 when the cubs won a world series. social media was not around. we didn't have airplanes back then. let's see what people are saying on social media. take a look at this. victor channels chris farley.
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started again. national stress awareness day, i mean everybody was feeling it when they rolled out the tarp from the nfl, you've got to be kidding me. this is how i feel right now, world series game seven. i think we all felt that way. if you're a sports fans, you had to simply soak that in and appreciate that. that was just an amazing spectacle. it is tough that anybody had to lose that game. just a wonderful, wonderful baseball game. >> some of the memes out there, can't believe it. you can sit on twitter all night and laugh. it was a heart-breaking loss for cleveland. i know it was such a good game and either team would have won and there would have been tears and happiness depending on what
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jude joining us with that story. jude, you're a cleveland guy. >> this is tough. >> reporter: the first game i ever attended was the cleveland game. i will say this, the fans of cleveland are phenomenal. you can look back at a lot of pride. it takes great teams to have a great game seven like this. there is one clevelander who lives in phoenix who wouldn't miss this series for the world or $11,000. drummer todd bowles was willing to go into debt to make it to cleveland. >> i'm just living the dream out here. i leveraged the farm on this trip. i booked it on august 1 on the happenstance that they would get into this.
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of the alcf and i said if they make it there, i'm going. >> reporter: $11,000 on credit that is passion. >> stupid, yeah, it's crazy. you know what, it is already done. i will pay $200 $300 a month for the next several years, so be it. you can't put a price tag on what i'm doing here, man. cubs and the tribe. i saw games four and five in toronto. i saw a pennant clincher in another country. you can live 50 lifetimes and not see that. this is beyond bucket list stuff here. charge me what you want and i'll figure it out later. i just won my first championship with lebron in my hometown.
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>> reporter: how are you getting home? do you need me to crowd fund your gas money home? >> i'm flying home on friday. i was hoping the parade would be tomorrow. we'll see what happens. my flight is scheduled for friday night with my band. i'm hoping island on time so i can play rock 'n' roll music friday night. >> reporter: let's hope he gets that is a cleveland fan when people say what is a cleveland fan sound like, willing to do, that is a cleveland fan and that is what made the game to dynamic. wow, what a series. it reminded you a lot, different circumstance but when you go like this, when we come back, how about this, luis gonzalez on how a player handles the tension
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seven. what a finish tonight in cleveland. >> yeah, next up the cardinals. they got the longest drought the arizona cardinals. >> the celebration continuing in chicago and i have a feeling that they are going to celebrate for a long time. >> the loveable loser thing is gone. it vanished in one night. amazing. >> as we wrap up our coverage of the world series tonight, let's look at chicago and feast our eyes on the fun. i don't think there is enough beer in the town to through the night. >> it reminds me when the d-backs won, there is no trouble, no cars on fire. people are happy that there is no trouble tonight. if you didn't get enough of these two teams tonight, let's give you a rundown here. the next time they will play each other is right here in the valley in three and a half months. baseball will come quicker than you can imagine. the indians will play the cubs
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stressful world series game, the country turning its attention back to the presidential election. >> do we have to? the country was happier when we talked about sports. >> thousands of people showed up today in tempe for hillary clinton's rally. the lines got pretty long. >> steve krafft covering the rally. he joins us live. first of all, congratulations with the cubs. steve, congratulations that is a big deal and hillary clinton was mindful of it as well. >> reporter: yeah, i don't know. i know there is an election coming up but i'm going keep talking about the cubs for a while, how about >> do it. >> reporter: was that great? >> that was amazing. >> reporter: that was sweet. so many years of suffering. >> were you able to catch it? >> reporter: well, a little
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the speech. hillary clinton is a cubs fan important in illinois that was her first team. over 10,000 people were here tonight to listen to her and the intermoral -- intermuiral fields. she presented herself as a practical person who will work with republicans. >> that is the way a democracy is supposed to and if you elect me next tuesday that is exactly the kind of president i will be. >> reporter: but then her voice rising, she asked what life in america would be like if donald trump wins the white house. >> imagine it is january 20, 2017. imagine it is donald trump standing in front of the
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now, you know, this is a thought exercise. imagine he is taking the oath of office and then imagine what it would be like to have him in the oval office making the decisions that affect your lives and your futures. >> reporter: then she criticized trump for he might not accept the results of the election if he loses. >> i have been privileged to know former presidents and people who have run for presidents, republicans and democrats and i have to tell you no major party nominee has ever said that so stop and think for a minute. this is his final target.
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>> reporter: all this happening tonight at a.s.u. go cubs i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? n tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
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the average age of a homeless person is 9 years old.
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charles what's up man? -whoa! how can we help? -ah man! wait, is that a basketball player? yes! -wow! my heart's about to jump out my chest man. charles you ought to be proud man. i'm just extremely grateful they were here giving them some encouragement- that's something that these kids are going to remember for a lifetime. did you see his big old feet? look.
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only on fox tonight. tonight only on fox, a new scottsdale restaurant getting attention for one of its menu items. the cost $35,000. >> you heard that right. the dinner tt 12 people features custom menu items and one of the rarest bottles of champagne bottles out there. andrew hasbun shows us what you can get. >> reporter: the menu is filled with what you might expect at a higher-end restaurant. the price tag, $35,000. >> what is this? who is going to order it? >> reporter: the waiters get
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every night. >> at least three people asked about it. reporter: the meal is from the executive chef. >> you want to do something truly unique and has fun to it. >> reporter: the six-course meal has the best dishes. >> we use the best ingreed -- ingredients. some of our buy tuna tartar and our bacon is considered the in the united states. >> reporter: the meal is tailored to the customers' desired. >> if they want it, we will make it happen. >> reporter: the main event is the stunning bottle of crystal champagne. >> extremely rare and hard to find. as far as know, we're the only place in arizona that has one of the bottles. >> reporter: he says there are
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in the u.s. and in the world. >> this is the first time i was able to see and touch the champagne. >> reporter: this is the highest rated ever and it was gold-plated in france. >> they want to give you the impression that it is a gold necklace sitting on the neck of the bottle. >> reporter: if you want to buy the bottle cost you, if you can find it, $20,000. who will spend $35,000 for the dinner? nobody yet. the restaurant has been open for a month but so far no bookings for the epic dinner. >> if you go for the dinner, we will put together a work of art for you. >> reporter: with spring
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will be cracking this open soon. andrew hasbun, fox 10 news. >> maybe the cubbies can do this. >> do a team meal. >> might as well. i thought you were going to offer that up for christmas. >> a portion of the $35,000 dinner is donated to charity.
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the average age of a homeless person is 9 years old. my dream is to help kids living on the streets with education. charles what's up man? -whoa! how can we help? -ah man! wait, is that a basketball player? yes! -wow! charles you ought to be proud man. i'm just extremely grateful they were here giving them some encouragement- that's something that these kids are going to remember for a lifetime. did you see his big old feet? look.
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the world series ends with a nail biting and heart-stopping moments. we'll have fans reaction. bikers escort precious cargo into the valley. it will be unveiled tomorrow. we'll tell you what it is and where you can see it. hillary clinton makes her first appearance in the valley as presidential nominee. it is just another sign of important arizona is in the upcoming election. thousands of supporters piled into the a.s.u. fitness complex to hear the person they hope will be the first female president. >> reporter: this was a large crowd that hillary clinton spoke to tonight. over 10,000 people here on the intermural fields next to the sun devil fitness complex on the a.s.u. campus in tempe. hillary started by presenting
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who will work with republicans. >> that is the way a democracy is supposed to work. and if you elect me next tuesday that is the kind of president i will be. >> reporter: but then her voice rising, she asked what life in america would be like if donald trump wins the white house? >> imagine it is january 20, 2017. imagine it is donald tru standing in front of the capitol. now, this is a thought exercise. imagine he is taking the oath of office. and then imagine what it would be like to have him in the oval office making the decisions that
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futures. >> reporter: then she criticized trump for suggesting he might not accept the results of the election if he loses. >> i have been privileged to know former presidents and people who have run for presidents, both republicans and democrats, i have to tell you no major party nominee has ever said that. so stop and think for this is his final target, our democracy itself. >> reporter: the last time the democrats won arizona was bill clinton back in 1996. hillary clinton, of course, she can do it again this year in tempe, steve krafft, fox 10 news. >> reporter: donald trump's running mate mike pence made a trip to the valley today in
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attention on two important issues, obamacare and illegal immigration. > people in arizona are facing an increase in premiums up to 116%. in donald trump, they have someone who is looking to reverse that. >> reporter: he talked about the f.b.i. also call to release the e-mails that transparency saying if she wants transparency, she should release the 35,000 e-mails she did not turn other to the f.b.i. clearly, the trump and clinton campaigns think arizona is important. tim kaine will be speaking at the maryvale community center tomorrow at 2:00 in the afternoon. he is making a stop in tucson. friday, donald trump jr. will
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no specifics have been released. people across the valley reporting waiting in line for more than two hours to cast their ballots. >> they were upset. some people were joking around and others were more upset and complaining and whatnot. it is a variety. >> it took longer than i expected. there are probably 70 people here and it took four per person so it took over four hours. >> the wait times were reported at locations across the valley so that impacted voters in chandler, glendale, scottsdale, tempe, and mesa. the maricopa county recorders' office said the lines were a result of an unprecedented
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day. a federal judge denied sheriff joe sheriff joe arpaio's request to delay his start trial. the trial was scheduled on december 6. the sheriff was charged with criminal contempt for defying immigration controls. arpaio acknowledged the violation but says it was not intentional. federal reserve says they unchanged before the election but will likely raise rates in the future. the fed was expected to leave rates alone in parts of affecting next week's vote. the hike is expected to come sometime in december. if you have had enough of the elections and everything else, maybe you want to get away for election day. jetblue has offered a sale with tickets under $40 for one way. there are restrictions but you
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the sale will end at midnight. you have about 45 minutes left to do that. coming up after the break, people in one neighborhood are grabbing their camera and who could blame them? it is not every day you see something like this. students at a school take a multiple choice quiz on is a kra tease and one of the answers leaves the teacher in two officers shot in an ambush. if you would like to contact me on social media, you can find me
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kids living on the streets with education. charles what's up man? -whoa! how can we help? -ah man! wait, is that a basketball player? yes! -wow! my heart's about to jump out my chest man. charles you ought to be proud man. i'm just extremely grateful they were here giving them some encouragement- that's something that these kids are going to remember for a lifetime. did you see his big old feet? look. whoa. two iowa officers are two iowa officers are shot and killed this morning.
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alone two miles apart were ambushed. the suspect turned himself in. andrew hasbun spoke to a police officer who says, unfortunately, officers are more conscious of attacks like these. >> reporter: five dallas police officers were killed in an ambush-style attack. justin martin and anthony bermino w their patrol cars. scott michael green carried out the attacks. green surrendered wednesday flagging down a state employee on a rural road. james holmes who spent more than 20 years on the force says officers today are more conscious of ambush-style attacks than they were 10 years ago. >> i can't get a grip of why someone would go to a police car
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the fact it is happening to police officers, should make everyone afraid. >> reporter: the 29-year-old officer was a rookie and the other officer was a veteran police officer. the head of the national highway traffic highway association says honda must do more for 300,000 cars that h takata air bags after studies show that 50,000 of the cars have a chance of shooting shrapnel at the driver after the you love all-day breakfast. i love all-day breakfast.
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take the roar out of snore. yet another innovation only at a sleep number store. a verrado investigation... over one of a verrado high school teacher is under investigation for one of the answers he put on a multiple choice exam. one of the questions centered around sew -- so kra tease death. one of the answers was sexual and inappropriate and the superintendent agrees. >> we do acknowledge it is
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in our classrooms. we expect it to be appropriate and that is why this is an anomaly. it is outside of the norm. >> the district is looking into whether the teacher has a history of tphoerptsz behavior. motorcycle riders and police officers making a special trip today escorting the traveling vietnam wall. it is a smaller scale of the vietnam memorial wall in washington, d.c. that wall was escorted to el m it will be on display tomorrow. it will be at that park until sunday if you want to check it out. >> reporter: we've got tomorrow's forecast coming up, which is interesting because it is almost tomorrow.
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the average age of a homeless person is 9 years old. kids living on the streets with education. charles what's up man? -whoa! how can we help? -ah man! wait, is that a basketball player? yes! -wow! my heart's about to jump out my chest man. charles you ought to be proud man. i'm just extremely grateful they were here giving them some encouragement- that's something that these kids are going to remember for a lifetime. did you see his big old feet? look.
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the city of duluth is on the city of duluth is on bear watch after someone spots this black bear perched on this tree outside of the courthouse. it made several attempts to get down but it looks to be stuck or perhaps it is spooked by the crowd. a lot of people are posting pictures online. wildlife experts are telling police to leave the bear alone. they are hoping to climb down
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>> reporter: the bear looks too big for the tree. >> it does. >> reporter: you have to imagine it is going to break something and fall down or it is going to climb down. >> i've been to duluth before so there is not a lot going on but let the bear come down on its own. >> reporter: i'm sure in duluth that is a big deal. 72 degrees right now. winds out of the southeast. a light breeze at 3 miles an hour. not looking too bad here. look at these number, 71 right now in scottsdale. 73 in cave creek. 72 in deer valley. 70 in surprise. 72 in mesa. a 68 in ahwatukee for you. it is later in the evening. yeah, we do see a little bit of moisture sitting down here working its way up into arizona. you can see a nice little shot
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well. look at that stuff hanging around for thursday and friday. a lot of that on the east side and we're going to see it continue to stay over there but certainly, going to be a good chance of rain for the valley tomorrow. we'll see some cloudy skies. we'll have a 30% chance. there is your high on the day at 83 degrees. you have an 82 out at buckeye. 82 at deer valley. 82 in chandler as well. as we look around the state, 57 in 73 in sedona. 70 in payson. 82 in tucson. 82 at gila bend. yuma was 84 today. 38 on the -- 83 on the high. there is your record high at 96. record low at 34. taking a look at our forecast for tomorrow. we go to 80 degrees, a few 80's, 81's and a few 78-degree
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into the forecast. nice to see them in there. also, you take a look here across the nation. the storms get going across the texas panhandle into oklahoma and we had a few up by chicago as well. 80 degrees tomorrow. we're talking about a chance of rain. that chance of rain sticks around through the day for friday, saturday, and sunday, we're back to sunshine and warming things up a little bit. watch your kids around water. >> all right, thank you. what a game it was. some are describing it as epic as cubs break a decade's old drought to win the world series in 10 innings. >> reporter: there was no better place to be in the valley tonight other than diamond sports bar and grill the very place that a former announcer for the chicago cubs created
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superior as god made appleles, the cubs will win the world series and they did. >> this is where the true fans have always been. >> reporter: diehard chicago cubs filling up the staple bar in mesa to watch the final game of the world series. why this place? >> home of the chicago cubs for 30 years. >> reporter: it does not get closer to chicago than what it does here. >> just all of the fans and >> reporter: one of the most notorious announcers for the cubs. harry caray once ran this bar giving it a long history of chicago that dates back to 1986 when he opened diamond sports grill. they called it slugos. >> the place the electric. >> reporter: chicago cubs memorabilia still covers the walls. >> look at this place. >> reporter: making this place
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>> we're going to win it for the first time in 108 years. the goat will be gone. >> reporter: what is next? a big celebration in chicago as well as a big celebration here in the valley as these folks tell me they are going to celebrate this major win all night long. >> reporter: in harry's old hangout. you got to see it. a classic. a seventh game cleveland tonight. how the cubs put aside >> reporter: well, the team with the best record in baseball proved they were the best and we'll remember this for a long time as one of the classics. cubs fans can bury the curse, everything from a cleveland comeback to a rain delay.
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kluber. they got to corey kluber tonight. he gave up two home runs. keep an eye on this one. addison russell, fly ball. davis is going home with it but kris bryant is going to beat the throw and the cubs jump out to a, 2-1 lead. kluber ran out of gas. jon lester's wild pitch off of there is the play at the plate. cleveland storms back in it, 5-3. the drama. andrew miller serves it up and there is david ross going deep and it is 6-3. it looks like the cubs are going to say this is our game but more drama to come. atkrol list chapman gives it up
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and they cut into the lead, 6-4. the blast heard around cleveland. can you believe this, a two-run homer that tied the game and sent it into extra innings. there was a 17 minute rain delay then they resumed the game in the 10th. more drama to come. ben zobrist in the top of the 10th right inside the left field line. almora is going to chicago extends that lead in the 10th to 8-6. cleveland would bounce back and score a run in the bottom of the 10th but michael martinez grounds out. kris briar kwrapbltsz throws to first and it is over. chicago cubs world series champs. ben zobrist is your m.v.p. >> it is an unbelievable team to be a part of. every guy roots for each other and takes care of each other and
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what we did during the rain delay. >> reporter: phoenix suns playing tonight. earl watson trying to make a move and get the first win of the season. watch eric bledsoe score. it was a fun game to watch. it went into overtime. goes off glass against that portland team that made it to the postseason. watch the play. leonard breaks loose on an easy bucket to tie the game and send it to overtime. phoenix finally getting some elect -- eric bledsoe and the suns win. the story tonight is chicago covers. this is live right now. i hope they are giving everyone the day off tomorrow. we'll have the latest tomorrow morning at 4:30.
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thank you for joining us on newsmaker sunday. this is how we saw the images four years ago this week. the horrible crash in the superstition mountains that claims the lives of six people on board including karen perry and luke and her estranged husband, shawn perry. two others killed on board, joseph hardy and joseph hardwick. as we see those images and see the charred area of the superstitions, the glorious superstitions where these six souls perished, i think the whole community felt this so profoundly on the eve of thanksgiving in 2011. four years later karen perry is still coming to terms with this
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about the loss and the horrific heartache she has been through, but she is a survive. karen perry is our guest this week on newsmaker sunday. great to see you. you and i struck up afriendship throughout this you have been through a lot. karen has chronicles this through the book angels three, the karen perry story. i had no idea how much you had been through before all of this happened. two battles of cancer. infertility issues. a pretty hard scrabble childhood where you lost your sister at a young age. been through a lot. do you ever wonder, karen, why me? >> of course i wondered why me. but i've had time now to reflect and to process and to turn that question into hopefully

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