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every four years so a few hours is nothing. >> reporter: early voting is done. next chance to vote is next tuesday, election day. best times to vote? >> we say there are three heavy times, crime in from 6:00-9:00, the noon hour and from 4:00-7:00 those are the heavier times. if you can go at a time different than that, it would be better. if you happen to have an early voting ballot and you haven't voted and you think you missed the cutout, you can fill out the ballot and bring it to any polling places around the county. there are over 700 locations and drop it off right there. you don't have to wait in line if you have the early voting ballot. steve krafft, fox 10 news. >> you decide election alert, a federal appeals court has blocked an arizona law making it
ballots that is potentially a big win for the democratic get out the vote rally. it means it will not be a crime for groups to go door-to-door and deliver them to the polls. so republicans raise concerns about the practice saying it could lead to voter fraud. we'll have more on the ruling and what is being done to stop it ahead at 50. another stop here in the valley. he spoke this morning at the gilbert water tower. donald jr. thanked the supporters and told them how important it is to be part of the movement. he talked about his five kids all under 9 years old and how change is needed to protect their future. >> about making sure the american dream is alive and well for that generation. if we allow the nonsense to
let's keep fighting. we are going to win on tuesday and because of people like you. so thank you so much for being here with us. >> donald trump jr. was in the valley a week ago. this is truly a battleground state. arizona, your vote counts big time. he was speaking to a group of supporters at a.s.u. bernie sanders is come back to arizona to campaign for hillary clinton. senator clinton's economic plan. the time and location have not been announced. we are just four days away from the election. we have come a long way, haven't we? live coverage begins at 2:00 on the fox 10 pace book page and at 5:00. a surprise toddler allegedly
girlfriend has died. lizette moreno threw him on the floor because he wouldn't eat. she could be charged with murder. a man came home to find two intruders inside his house. he shot at them it hitting a 15-year-old in the back. danielle is live with the latest. >> reporter: john, police and investigators still on scene this evening. they are being sn evidence outside of the home. they are taking photos of that evidence out here tonight. we spoke with neighbors earlier this morning and they tell us they can't believe something like this happened just a few doors down. >> i'm shocked. i didn't think something like this would happen in the neighborhood i'm in. >> reporter: police were called to this tolleson neighborhood this morning. they say a man came home to find people inside. one of the people, a 15-year-old
shot the 15-year-old two times in the back. >> i am 100% ok with that. i own my own weapons at home. >> i have my shotgun under my bed. i have my .9 on me. >> reporter: this teen along with another person who was unharmed was taken into custody. police living in the area are shocked by what happened and the poor choices made by someone so young. >> now, you're in the hospital, and you have to deal with legalities and deal with your medical expenses. problems turn out 10 times worse now. >> reporter: at this time, we do not know the identities of the suspects. in terms of the 15-year-old, we're waitig on an update on his condition. danielle miller, fox 10 news. a tucson teenager learns his fate today after pleading guilty to several terror and weapons charges. he will not be getting out of
decade. >> reporter: mahin khan was arrested over the summer for plotting to attack an m.v.d. office in mesa and planning what turned out to be an undercover f.b.i. agent to make handmade grenades. 18-year-old mahin khan going before a judge after accepting a plea deal last month on three terrorism-related charges. the judge sentenced him to years to prison despite pleas from his father and sister who say he needs help. >> since mahin has been in prison, he has shown significant signs of remorse for his actions. he understands now that his words can have serious consequences. >> i fully believe he never intended nor is he capable of harming anybody. the mahin i know does not have
he does have a family who loves him immensely and misses him. >> reporter: he was arrested in early july after an undercover investigation. an f.b.i. agent tried to get him mental health treatment when he was 15 and steer him away from his radical viewpoint then spoke in court urging for a heavy sentence. >> had he chosen to take advantage of the golden opportunity at to him, we wouldn't be here today. mr. khan continued to revert to this interest in extremism and violence. >> reporter: now along with the eight years behind bars, khan will be placed on lifetime probation once he is released. marc martinez, fox 10 news. >> three u.s. military trainers killed while attempting to enter an air base in southern jordan. they were in a car near the
tried to enter the base. a jordanian officer was wounded in the gunfire. a water main break floods stores at a shopping center. they have the boats out. a 48-inch water main, imagine how big that is. >> look at that. >> an amazing sight here. it burst this afternoon. the rising waters left customer crews used rafts to help rescue people inside the stores. it is like a water waterfall. we are getting new details on what happened in chicago last week. the ntsb said an engine disc broke apart moments before takeoff. it had cracking and fatigue, met alpha teague. the plane was seconds from
they slammed on the brakes. 170 people onboard and 21 injured while they scrambled to get off of the plane and it caught on fire. coming up, at 7 years old, this valley boy has experienced more trauma than most. how the community can rally behind him. it sounds like a prank. calls about wild turkeys. chicago celebrates the cubs' world series victory. the turnout for the championship celebration. we'll take you there. >> reporter: well, the air was clean and crisp today. it is nice out there right now. still a little chance of a storm with moisture kind of wraps around the state a little bit. we'll take a look at it coming
a family vacation - ends a family vacation ends in tragedy. a boating accident leaving a 7-year-old boy fighting for his life. today, that boy is recovering but it has not been an easy road and the road ahead is difficult. for now, local businesses are stepping in to help. anita roman that story. >> reporter: 7-year-old dylan is one of the strongest little boys you will ever meet. what does that say?
>> me. >> reporter: that is you, dylan strome, -- strong. he was thrown from a boat and struck by the propeller. his arm and leg was amputated. >> we are lucky to have him alive. on top of that, he is dylan strong. >> reporter: mom says dylan is recovering better than expected but there will be more medical care, much needed prosthetics, therapy and rehab and with that, comes big bills. >> i heard this story and it became personal to me because i have two 7-year-old grandchildren out of the 13, two are 7. i thought what a life-changing thing. >> reporter: sanderson ford are donating and auctioning off a ford mustang.
be donated to incident -- dylan's trust fund. you can enter to win the mustang. we'll have all of the information on our website. racing legend jack roufp will be at the dealership to support dylan and sign autographs. the auction will be held the following monday. >> reporter: well, there is a little chance of rain. we have moisture way off in the distance. it is pretty slight. a great-looking weekend. we'll have that weekend forecast coming up. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve
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we're working on some brand new stories for you -- we're working on some brand i'm marc martinez. we're working on brand-new stories for you at 6:00. we're following the developing story of a missing woman found in a storage container chained up like a dog whose boyfriend has apparently been killed. we're learning a registered sex offender who held her captive
those stories coming up at 6:00. it is not spring but if you're thinking about planting a fruit tree, now is the time to get started. >> i was thinking about that. >> you're kidding me. >> it crossed my mind. there is an open house to show you how. liz kotalik explains. >> reporter: it is a common misconception. >> anybody knows what this tree is? >> repor great food in arizona weathe. >> we'll get 50 pounds of peaches off of this tree. >> reporter: everything you thought has been wrong. >> this is the gold-kissed apricot. >> reporter: he gave a tour of the farm he calls home near glendale and 16th street. the focus is on the tree, 40 in the front and dozens more in the
great here. you pick the citrus and we can grow it here. there are two kinds of apples that grow amazingly here. cherries don't do well. >> reporter: today is for those curious about giving urban farming a shot. >> the cool thing is, we get young people, old people, people who are left leaning, we get people who are right leaning politically and they are together to grow their nutrient dense, healthy, great tasting food. >> you can tour greg's farm tomorrow morning from 8:30-11:30. if you are convinced you want to plant a tree, he will help you order the tree and it will be delivered during peak season. >> reporter: i love my lemon
77 degrees right now. winds out of the southwest at 7. there is a little something in the background here. you can see the 77 number very, very popular all across the valley. there is the 79 at goodyear. you saw that stuff north of the valley wrapping around a little bit. kind of shooting the stuff out there. we call the wrap-around effect thing. you see it coming back but it is pulling away as it does that. kind of moving that along. we'll look at it on the east side seeing a little bit of active weather here. it kind of comes up in the north and is what we were seeing on the tower cam. give you a twist to the east and look at it like that. you can see it coming in. there is moisture off on the east side that shouldn't have an
79 degrees the high today. 78 in deer valley. 78 in scottsdale. buckeye, 79 degrees. other numbers we have, 68 in don't don. 48 in show low. 76 at kingman. 55 in flagstaff. take a look at your day. 79 on the high. 69 on the low. there is your record high at 95. record low at 32. here is what we're forecasting for 81 degrees. you see 70's mixed in there. for the most part, it is going to be low 80's and right at 80. other numbers that we're forecasting would be 64 degrees in payson, 68 in prescott. 57 in show low. yuma, 89 degrees as things warm up on the desert floor a little bit. you can see that moisture down here in the southwest.
have a little bit of moisture. this is the big story. look at bismarck. 73 degrees. 63 in chicago. 88 in new orleans. 74 degrees in the midsection of the country. we give you the next day. look at the forecast highs. they are about the same as to what we've been looking at. pretty warm, nice stuff out there. 62 degrees with the weekend in hand. 81 for your saturday. warming up into the mid 80's by monday. watch your kids around water. >> all right, thank you, dave. much of the northeast dealing with drought conditions. a lot of people are worried about the impact that the weather could have on christmas trees. joe's family farms in connecticut has been in business since the 1850's and says there aren't as many options.
trees. >> a cristmas shrub. >> use the rosemary bush. i love my artificial tree. chicago cubs fans coming out in full force to celebrate the world series champions. this would have been fun to be at. >> this might be the biggest collection of humanity. five million is what they are >> that is when you bring
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do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show...
etting 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.
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chicago feeling a little well, look at that. chicago feeling blue today in honor of
the cubs. >> in a good way. >> they released blue dye into the water. >> they do this on st. paddy's day. >> green. they dye it green st. patrick's day. what turned out to be an amazing turn of events for cubs to win this in game seven and what a victory and rally in chicago. >> it has been miraculous and fun and exciting and well deserved. >> we are glad it happened on fox 10. >> the crowd estimate for the championship celebration was five million people. just to give you a perspective
population of the entire state of arizona. it is 6.5 million so close. cubs fans coming out. the cubs clinching the tight until the dramatic game sent against cleveland. this is the first championship for the cubs since 1908. the parade winding its way through the streets of the windy city today from wrigley field to grant park with the rally there. i'm soaking this up. it is so cool. >> tens of thousands of fans welcome the team along the parade route. some are calling it is celebration of the century. the cubs players took the mic. ? >> so cool. >> luckily, today was a
public schools so even the kids were able to join in on the fun. >> check out this picture of harry caray's grave sight. people left buckets and buckets of green apples around his gravestone. it was a play as he said as sure as god made green apples, some day the chicago cubs are going to be in the world series and he was right. >> not only in it but to win it. cubs merchandise the flying off of shelves, shirts, hats, flags, everything is in hot demands. in some stores there was 20 minute lines to get in. the gear is leaving as quickly as the new shipments arrive. one of the last places you expect to see a power outage. where the lights went out in las vegas. the odds are picking up for one candidate. who is gaining traction and who
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when securing the fighter pilot training program. without john mccain's leadership and experience - we could have lost many of those jobs. georgia lord: without question, senator mccain's leadership has made arizona and america stronger. john mccain: i'm john mccain
a major decision handed major decision handed down by a federal appeals court four days before the election. the ruling tosses out an law that makes going door to door a felony. we look at what this means as we move closer to election day. >> reporter: for those who were always against the new law h.b. 2023 passed in march, it is a victory for them. legislators and other members of the democratic party are
they are ready to get to work and get people in the community out to get their vote. a major ruling from the u.s. circuit court of appeals days spirited election day. >> this is good news for us because we feel that this law is passed to suppress our community's vote. >> reporter: a law signed into place by governor ducey made it possible for them to die and turn in votes. state officials say they were concerned of voter fraud but there were no reported issues in years prior. since the law was passed, it has been upheld in two lower courts and four days before a pivotal election, nine circuit court is