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>> thank you for joining us for fox 10 news at 10:00. it was a wet and windy day as those storms popped up all throughout the state today, those showers continuing off and on throughout the day. and this afternoon, parts of maricopa and is pinal county hit by a giant wall of dust. you see it here in the great shot from skyfox. that was followed by a lot of rain. meanwhile, up north, even a tornado warning just east of winslow at one point this afternoon, again, a very busy weather day this here. this comes a little more than a month after the monsoon season, those storms this time of year pretty rare, and tonight all over the valley people were braving the conditions, and stefania okolie was out there talking to people trying to not to let the weather ruin plans tonight. she joins us live now with the story. >> reporter: yeah, mark, people really asking themselves what's going on as arizonans say the 60-degree temperatures that came pretty much out of nowhere was
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however, it didn't stop them from heading out on the streets tonight. it didn't stop these folks from heading out to hear mitt romney and john mccain speak at a rally tonight. >> i wasn't really prepared for it. >> just a light jacket, i should have brought -- >> tonight at crescent ballroom. >> phoenix is fickle when it comes to their weather. >> usually busy at this time of night. the bands of rain moved throughout the valley today and left cooler air. it took some by surprise. >> it was pretty warm yesterday so i was kind of freaked out this morning when it was kind of cold. >> i think it took a lot of us by surprise. after all, last thursday we were covering hundred degree temperatures at the state fair. look at where we are now. hopefully everyone puts on a jacket and stays warm.
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said they had never seen anything like this, and they said the would have to bring in the -- they said they would have to bring in the forestry a crew to take care of it. >> this 80-foot tree came crashing down in the neighborhood of arcadia. that tree fell right on to the streets, some cars there as well. it was huge. but luckily it avoided homes and didn't hit anybody, but again, a huge cleanup today after the storm passed through all day throughout the valley. let's get over to dave munsey who has been tracking the rain for us. dave, a lot o people surprised by it, because it's unusual for this time of year. >> it was unusual to get this much. it was unusual certainly to get the dust storm. we had rain in the forecast. we just didn't have this kind of rain in the forecast. it came out of the south. you can still see a little bit of moisture working its way down here or way up here from the south. there's tuscon, picking up some fairly good moisture in that area, south of tuscon, almost an inch.
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inch and a half in arizona city, an inch just north of three points, near phoenix, a little authority and west of florence, 1.3 inches, pretty good amounts coming through phoenix here. and the amounts go down just a little bit. but we are still seeing over an inch down by maricopa and in avondale out by apache junction .2 inches, and then .6 inches to the northwest of phoenix. as we get into the east mesa, fountain hills, apache junction, they once again -- the amounts fall off just a little bit. you can see two tenths of an inch up in mesa, .9 almost an inch northwest of there, not a lot. but south of queen creek we pick up just over an inch of rain. we'll be showing you what's going to be happening through the night tonight and what about tomorrow on the futurecast. we'll take a look at that, coming up. all right, dave.
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seemingly now a battleground state. it feels like it this election year as the fight for votes continues. democratic vice presidential candidate tim kaine back in arizona today, and he gave his speech entirely in spanish. steve krafft has the story. >> this was a first, a campaign rally for a major party presidential candidate, in this case the democrats, and it was entirely in spanish. the language was different, spanish, but the message was the same. tim kaine, hillary clinton's running mate talking about why she's a better choice than donald trump. >> it's about our country looking at itself in the mirror and asking who we are. >> kaine described trump as a danger to the country. >> trump's vision is foreboding and divisive, so today i want
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administration, there will be room for everyone in this country, for everyone. >> and he challenged latino voters, asking them, weren't you insulted by what former governor jan brewer said about you? >> recently former governor jan brewer said that she wasn't worried that her candidate, donald trump, would win arizona, because, and i quote, latinos don't get out ohhh, this is the same former governor who approved the discriminatory bill sb 1070 that promoted racial discrimination. do you think she's right? no. >> today's rally with tim kaine just another indication of how crucial the latino vote may prove to be next tuesday. in phoenix, steve krafft, fox 10 news. well, both hillary clinton
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cases to voters in north carolina today, a battleground state crucial in this election. a recent quinnipiac university poll shows clinton leading the close.on 48-46, still very - both candidates questioning the other's ability to lead the country in the war against i.s.i.s. >> his instinct is to say whatever pops he can't help himself. >> she empowered iran and released i.s.i.s. with the vacuum that came. remember, obama called them the junior varsity? and now she wants to start a shooting war with russia in
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war iii. >> melania trump campaigning for her husband. >> every time a factory closed in ohio, north carolina, or here in pennsylvania, he was really upset. he could see the problems, and he always talked about how he could visit them. >> and another quinnipiac university poll has clinton leading in pennsylvania, but again not by much a valley company is giving employees a chance to go to the polls with a paid day off. marcy jones with the story, a lot of other people wish they could get the deal as well. >> yeah, and i think we are both of them, right? >> yes. >> managers at the valley company say that because this election is unlike any they have ever seen before, they are hoping it becomes a trend. >> when employees learned managers were giving them the day off to vote, the idea went
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they don't have to come into work. >> i think it's a great idea. i think it should be a national holiday, personally, just to give as many people as possible the opportunity to go vote. >> others add it's really not about politics but rather exercising a basic right. >> we are not very political here. no one speaks about who or what they are voting for, but they still thought it was a very good opportunity for us to all vote, because it is our -- you know, we should do it as american citizens. >> attorney important to not only know your rights as an american citizen but as an arizonan as well. >> arizona voting rights act guarantees all workers three consecutive hours within which to vote on election day without any reduction in pay. >> john says even though the state of arizona has one of the highest mail in ballot participation rates in the country, the law is there just in case. >> this law now is really becoming a law that really protects the rights of
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a poll and casting a vote >> even those who got caught in three-hour lines during the primary elections say they are ready to try again. >> i know with previous issues earlier this year, voting lines were quite long, and so our ownership committee decided that they didn't want that to be an issue. >> now, before you pop the champagne and say i'm going into work late, let me show you how it works. the polls 7:00 p.m. say you work 9 to 5:00 and already have three consecutive hours to work. no soup for you, you don't get this. but if you work 8 to 6:00, they could give you an hour at the beginning or two hours after your shift to give you three consecutive hours to vote. you have to give three days' notice to your employee to let them know this is something that
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for a list all of this, head over to bernie sanders will be back in the state this weekend as part of a 12-state campaign tour. he'll be out here on sunday, but right now we don't have any other details. we'll pass those along to you as we get them. and for the trump campaign, donald trump, jr., he is back to the valley tomorrow. he was here just last week. he'll be holding a rally tomorrow at downtown gilbert at the gilbert water tor. and that is again free to the public if you want to go out to attend that. coming up after the break, a happy story after a police officer helps reunite a lost pup with a famous owner. lus, later on in -- plus later on in the show, another super moon, what makes this one special that hasn't happened in
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putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof.
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you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. you're watching fox 10 news at 10:00. with marc martinez.
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life tonight after his father's girlfriend allegedly abused him because he was crying and wouldn't eat. police say yesterday, lizette moreno picked that boy up and threw him on the floor twice. she called 911, and the boy was flown to p.c.h. where doctors found severe head injuries. right now he is on life support and is not expected to survive. moreno is being charged with felony child abuse. in a developing story, new video being released in a gilbert arson investigators say this new footage shows two suspects in the october 15th fire that destroyed an apartment complex tht was under construction. the fire happened near gilbert and guadalupe roads. the damage to the complex and surrounding areas estimated at $10 million. detectives say the two people seen in the video are juveniles. a $30,000 reward is now being offered for information that leads to an arrest. and a happy story for you tonight out of paradise valley after a police officer helps
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owner, and it turns out that owner is leandro barbosa of the phoenix suns. sergeant don bloom says he got a call about a stray dog in the area, so he took the dog back to the station, and a couple of hours we went back to the area to find out if anybody was looking for the dog. well, somebody recognized the two-year-old dog at barbosa's dog named maya who got lost while on a >> this dog means a lot to him. he was upset and had been looking for it all day. i'm a canine handler. i love dogs. anytime you can reunite someone with a lost dog, it's always a cool thing. >> barbosa tweeted out a thank you to sergeant bloom. well, those temperatures come down nicely as the rain runs through the valley. a dust storm today? yeah, we did. how about tomorrow?
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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? and you can 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.
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your exclusive accuweather forecast with dave munsey on fox 10 news. >> well, dave, if there's ever a sign that we are now in fall and heading into winter, we had it today with the cooler weather and the rain. it was kind of nice. >> yeah, you know, it was -- you could almost feel it as the rain ca down with it. it was really something, that cool air surrounding it was really nice. there it is, 66 degrees right now, there is no wind to speak of at this hour. still a little haze with some showers scattered around the valley. it is 62 right now in fountain hills, 68 in apache junction, 65 in mesa, 66 up at deer valley, and in surprise we have 64 degrees along with ahwatukee right now. you get a look at the moisture, still flowing in, still coming in from the south.
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yeah, it's regressing a little bit off to the east here which is where it's all going to end up. but look at that stuff, still a little batch coming through the valley, still some stuff sitting down in there. there's apache junction out there. here's mesa right in here, and as we showed you earlier, with the exception of central phoenix, some of these areas picking up some pretty good amounts in the phoenix area, everything is -- has been around a quarter of an inch or maybe a little less than that, but some of these areas picking up as maricopa area, not necessarily in maricopa. there's cave creek, and you see up here, we get up to flagstaff. there's a little active weather, in fact. you see the little snow coming down just north of flagstaff, so that stuff is getting started. this is the futurecast. we get you through this evening here. we get into early tomorrow morning, and you can see that stuff kind of off to the east of us here, where it's going to stay. it makes a little move here early friday morning, but then it just kind of works its way
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weather as far as the east is concerned. north to south, but that stuff starts moving away from the valley, and we are going to be looking at a clearing sky. the winds are down, but you see some places still a little gusty, and here's your high on the day, 84 degrees. we had 86 at buckeye. we had 82 up at deer valley and 84 out at gateway. 68 in sedona, 66 in prescott, and 53 at flagstaff, 84 tuscon, and 90 in yuma. there we are for the day, 84 on the high, 64 on the low, 81 and 58 normal high and low, record high 96, record low at 36. take a look at what's going on across the country here. all of our moisture, moisture across texas, and then moisture on that eastern seaboard extending up into new england. overnight and tomorrow morning, 66 degrees. we'll be looking at 78 degrees for tomorrow.
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weekend, in fact, look at that, 87 by next tuesday, and of course we all know how important that day is, a beautiful day for voting. watch your kids around water. >> all right, dave. thank you. coming up, we are going back to visit the valley cubs fan who beat cancer to watch his favorite team win the world series. paul babeu is abusive. physical and sexual abuse at a boarding school.
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disturbing. man: babeu's school was unlicensed, abusive, and dangerous. woman: paul babeu exposed in a damning home video. man: congressional candidate not only ran a boarding school rife with abuse, he supported the abusive practices and even bragged about them. paul babeu is unfit to represent us. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. i'm tom o'halleran, and i approve this messsage. paul babeu oversaw a place of horrors students were denied basic human rights and were subject to sexual abuse. arizona deserves better. arizona's largest newspapers endorse tom o'halleran for congress. "the republic" says, "elect tom o'halleran. his words match his work." and "the daily star" said, "o'halleran puts the common good above party politics.
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you may live from fox studios fox 10 news is back. well, you might have seen this trending online. we are in store for another supermoon this month and next, but there's something that's very special about this one that you'll be able to see in two weeks. on november 14th, the moon will not only be the biggest and brightest of the year, but it will also be the largest supermoon since way back in 1948. nasa says the supermoon will
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brighter than usual, and the next time it will be this close to the earth will be in 18 years, a little r.e.m. in the background there to spice this one up. we are following up with a chicago cubs fan here in the valley who almost didn't see the team live to win the world series. 60-year-old steven english diagnosed with colon cancer, a tumor spread and doctors told him he only had six months to livement but he sa reasons to live, to see his wife and the cubs win the world series. without a doubt, it's a miracle i'm still here, 47 chemo treatments later, still walking and working. and i'm very lucky to still be here, very lucky. and today english wore his cubs jersey into work, and he says he plans to have a great weekend. >> if anyone every questions the
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city and its fans -- a manager and we'll tell you about his bowling bash coming up
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you're watching fox 10 sports with jude lacava. >> hey, we are down to two, phil nevin, reno aces, tory, the bench coach for the red sox. phil was in the office yesterday. tomorrow we could possibly get an announcement, or at least over the next few days.
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like paul goldschmidt says he trusts the new management for the diamondbacks to make the right decision. >> everyone wants to kind of speculate. i think, you know, the front office and in ownership, whoever is making those decisions, they are spending probably all of their time trying to make the best coaching decision, manager decision possible, so you kind of let them sit there and do it, so you have got full confidence in any decision that they are going to make as a part of our job as a player is just go out there and play. >> paul goldschmidt's benefit for phoenix children's hospital next week, the 10th, we'll talk about that as it gets closer, a lot of celebrities and fun. buccaneers and winston trying to psych up his team. bucs struck first, 7-0, tampa bay in that first quarter, but,
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kinds of firepower, it's 20-14 falcons, ryan on fire, 25-34, including this touchdown pass to demarco, julio jones, he's a fancy league dream, the falcons over the buccaneers move to 6-3. coyotes taking on the nashville dvorak, you see it from goligoski, the beautiful backhand pass, dvorak's first nhl goal, how about that for number 18, nice, coming off the win earlier in the week against san jose. predators bounce back late in that first period, ir inwith with the redirect -- irwin with the redirect to beat domingue, tied game, 1-1, fun game to
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play goal rights here beats domingue, but duclair, hanging on the doorstep right here, slams it home, ties the game at 2, going to overtime. watch it again, the duclair goal. and in a shootout, is there anybody better than vrbata when it comes to this movie? bobbi hurley and the sun devils ready to hit the the banana slugs, i kid you not on the nickname -- holder with the transition, and there we go, a.s.u. wins 89-53 the final against the banana slugs at cal santa cruz, i kid you not. >> i had a friend who went there. >> seriously -- let's see...
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i think one's enough for the sacrifice. olive oil, phil. (laughs) come on. that's funny. oh, it's funnier than your freestyle "sandwich rap." girl, you crazy. i'm mad fun to shop with. ? trapped in between two whole wheat slices ? ? pastrami and swiss are my only vices ? sweetie, my shoe. come on. jesus. (whispers) god. hello. hi. oh, roadblock. beep beep! (laughs) (chuckles) pardon me. (loud crash) oh! are you okay? ay. not okay. honey, did you pull from the bottom again? so after hors d'oeuvres, we'll bring everyone in here to share the news. we're having the family over tomorrow night to tell them we're planning on adopting a new baby. yes, and we both agreed to--to go a little more low-key with the announcement this time. (mouthing words) (deniece williams) ? let's hear it for the boy ? ? let's-- ? (turns off music)


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