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good evening, everyone. hope you're enjoying your thanksgiving. dinners have been all gobbled - down, so now a lot of people are heading out to the shopping centers, believe it or not. >> can't start too early, i guess, as valley shoppers lined to get some of the best deals in town. >> reporter: a lot of getting early black friday shopping done, best buy opening as early as 5:00, today leaving thanksgiving turkey dinners early to get deals on tvs. >> reporter: no turkey for him yet, and why? >> i just need a better tv. >> victor, you don't even have on a jacket. >> well, i had one on, i just had to get my deals.
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hundreds rushed for the big screens. >> an l.e.d. tv, a black & decker coffee maker for somebody else. i'm holding up the sound bar thing for this gentleman right here, because i didn't want him to have to hold it up in line. >> reporter: wow, you are super generous. >> i try to be. it's that time of year. >> i need a thinking about getting a new console. >> best buy will open up at 8:00 a.m., and you can come back and get more black friday shopping on. in paradise valley, stefania okolie, fox 10 news. it was a busy day for the salvation army as they fed thanksgiving dinner to thousands of families, some of those families gathering at the phoenix convention center this morning. they got a hot thanksgiving meal, and volunteers also packed
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meals to families across the valley who couldn't leave their homes. >> phoenix is an awesome city in so many ways, but most importantly it is a caring, passionate, loving community. i am blown away by the love being shown be i the salvation army volunteers. whether it's traveling to see the family or watching a parade and feasting at home, many americans are finding their own way to be thankful on this >> despite security threats, crowds lined the streets of new york city for the thanksgiving day parade, using bomb sniffing dogs to make sure that everybody had a good time and more importantly a safe time. >> with the climate being the way it is right now, it is a little nerve-wracking. i am getting messages from my family to michigan to be careful. >> this is a tradition, you
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tradition and family, and no one should be scared to come out and enjoy that. >> reporter: across the country, people gave their time and talents for others to give thanks, from a chicago chef raising money to give away 1,000 takers to first responders in georgia. >> one thing we can do is provide food, especially on the holidays, when people are with their family. a hot >> thanksgiving reminds us that no matter our differences, we are still one people, part of something bigger than ourselves. we are communities that move forward together. we are neighbors who look out for one another, especially those among us with the least. we are always simply americans. >> reporter: president elect donald trump releasing a thanksgiving day message asking everyone to set aside their differences and come together as
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again for everyone. rob schmidt, fox news. >> valley crews trying to figure out what caused a fire in gilbert, the flames seen coming from the scene near guadalupe. >> the attic is collapsing in on itself as the fire kind of eats through that at this point. we are in the defensive posture. we don't put firefighters in at this point because it's unsafe for them to be in there. >> one person smoke inhalation. an off-duty maricopa county sheriff's deputy and his wife are rushed to the hospital after being hit by a gun in cave creek. they were walking near a popular restaurant called harold's corral when they were hit overnight. we are told that the woman was life-threatening injuries. the deputy is in serious condition. the driver stayed at the scene. investigators do not believe alcohol or drugs played a role in that crash. a mesa man has been arrested. he's accused of setting a d.p.s.
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least trying to. the man was spotted by d.p.s. troopers who were eating lunch right near broadway and dawson. they say he opened up a gas tank and lit newspaper on fire. luckily that fire did not ignite, but he has been booked for felony arson. the buffalo chip saloon burned to the ground on thanksgiving morning last year. fox 10's nicole garcia shows us what it looks like now. >> rep firefighters and the owner of the buffalo chip saloon in cave creek watched as the iconic restaurant went down in flames. investigators say it was arson. >> my first inclination was just to kind of walk away, because, you know, if someone burns your that you're not wanted. >> reporter: but the community rallied together, showering the owner and the employees with support. the buffalo chip had been part of this town for more than
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the end. >> i cannot imagine cave creek without the buffalo chip. >> reporter: and today, as you can see, this restaurant has literally risen from the ashes, exactly one year since that devastating fire. the buffalo chip has been completely rebuilt, bigger and better. the building and everything inside is brand-new. >> every chair melted. every bottle melted. everything was gone, except for a big fiberglass buffalo that was up on the roof. the head melted off of >> reporter: the original buffalo is currently being rebuilt. the new structure was designed to look just like the original. >> it's really nice. i like the way it looks compared to how it was before. it felt dark and gloomy when i came in. it's like, whoa, this is it? >> this one is great, with the
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it. >> don't give up. there's always a bright side. things will get better. time heals all. >> well, great weather for us down here in the valley, but there's a weather alert for the high country. northern arizona may get some wintry weather this weekend. >> a low-pressure system bringing the potential for snow and rain in the days ahead, the national weather service telling drivers to check conditions before they head out the door. >> we'll have all of that coming up in weather in just a couple of minutes. hurricane today right along the caribbean coast, now a category 2 storm, dangerous winds and heavy rains. three deaths are being blamed on the storm in panama. >> hurricane otto making landfall on tuesday as a category ii storm. the storm tracking agency said it set a record for being the
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strike. costa ricans are monitoring otto for days and thousands were ordered to evacuate their homes along the caribbean coast. this woman says homes in her neighborhood are unsafe, so she joined many otherses at this shelter looking for fresh water, food, and a safe place to sleep. it's a similar scene just to the north in nicaragua, storm trackers predicting otto will move across the southern part of the country and the pacific. though it's expected to weaken, public safety officials warning of the possibility of flooding and mudslides. a man who places flags on top of valley mountains to honor ur veterans says those flags are disappearing. andrew hasbun has that story tonight. >> phoenix has been named one of the top ten fooddy destinations worldwide. a look at the automobile action this weekend at the phoenix convention center, some
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everything went according to plan, your -- you're full, you're sleepy, and you're completely satisfied when it comes to food. food is probably the last thing that you want to talk about rght now, but we have got to talk about it because phoenix just made a list that translates into major bragging rights for the valley's restaurant scene. >> phoenix has been named a top ten by one website, joining cities like montreal, but hold on say some local food critics who say this might be wishful thinking. for more than two decades, howard was the food critic at the arizona republic, and being unknown was critical. >> you also were unknown. >> yes, that was a key part of
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that is virtually impossible today. >> who better to ask about phoenix being rated a top ten foodie destination. >> i know you you are going to be shocked, but there are some things on the internet that aren't correct, and this is one of them. >> he says while phoenix has made huge strides over the years in terms of options, we still have a long way to go. >> it is way off base to suggest that american foodie city. that said, we have restaurants here in town, not exaggerating here, that could compete with restaurants in london, new york, paris, world class restaurants. >> as far as mexican food is concerned, i think we are one of the top cities in the country because we have a diversity, and we were doing food way before allay was.
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>> reporter: this chef started getting national attention when she opened barrio cafe on 16th street near thomas in 2002. >> she kicked it up a lot of notches. i love tacos, enchiladas, burritos, but she showed you that there was more that you could do with it. >> when people come to phoenix, they say mexican food. they just want what's local. when i go to boston, i want chowder, right? >> she says the key is quality and not taking any shortcuts. >> in order to honor food, you have to take the time and respect it. i refuse to serve subpar food. >> there is something about a place where you know the owners and you can see the personality and put it on what they are doing. >> kevin's family opened up a grocery in phoenix in 2013.
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organic. >> he says the restaurant has become popular not only with locals lookingfor something different but international visitors craving a piece of home. >> there is so much more to do, so much more to eat, and a lot going on. >> howard is right. we are not there yet, but we have got everything, and i mean everything, to be there and beyond. >> reporter: and the critic says really the golden age for the foodie scene in phoenix was the late '90s, early 2000s, but says the recession took its toll on a lot of restaurants. he says it is coming back. hikers in the west valley have likely seen the american flag atop mountains at thunderbird park, but according to a man who put those flags there, many of them have disappeared. he talked with our andrew hasbun. >> if you hike at thunderbird park, you can't miss them, the
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tony is the one who runs the trails, flags in hand, and places them at the top. >> it's been about 20 flags or more. >> he does this for the veterans, and other hikers start pitching in once he gets to the tops of the mountains. >> they help me. i have some people unfurl the flag, and then they help me put at the other flag up. and they just have a blast. they enjoy it, and when it's go appointed," because it's -- >> reporter: lately he has been getting calls and messages with bad news. the flags are disappearing. >> it's 13 flags. >> reporter: taken in one month? >> in one month, 13 of them, flags missing, pole and all. they took everything. >> reporter: he hikes back up to the top of the mountain to put them up.
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taken for grant, and the flag represents everything. >> reporter: he doesn't know who is removing the flags or why, but he has no plans to stop replacing them. i'm andrew hasbun, fox 10 news. still ahead on fox 10 news at 9:00, he grew up in an orfa >> bruce arians and his boys looking to get back on track, but they will have to do it on the road in atlanta to be exact. we'll hear from patrick pederson coming up later in the show, plus we check in on the cowboys and redskins. how the division rivals were looking to knock the stuffing out of each other on thanksgiving day. highlights coming up later in the show.
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happy thanksgiving, everybody. hope you had a great day and it's turning out to be a pretty nice night out there, a little bit on the chilly side but not too bad. we are at 63 degrees right now with some light winds out of the west at six miles an hour. taking a look at our satellite and radar right now, you can see we don't have much going on over state where we are in the southwest, but take a look at parts of the pacific and northern california. it will drop our temperatures because this is a very fast moving pacific low-pressure system, this cold front making its way on in, and what it's going to do is drag moisture in from the northwest, some of this cooler air, into the south, and that is going to be impacting pretty much most of our state as we take a look at the temperatures in the ten-day forecast. right now, temps are definitely cooling down, 63 for us, 42 in
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over in window rock, nogales at 55, gila bend at 52, yuma at 64. here in the valley right now goodyear at 63 degrees right now, 70, glendale, the warm spot for us there on the map, 58 in deer valley, 68 over in fountain hills, 68 in apache junction, 62 down for you in maricopa. taking a look at our record for today, we were at 77, and that is above normal by five degrees. our high record was set back in 1950. that was as our overnight lows, right where we should be for this time of year, and it was a nice turkey day for you. if you are already full, i'm sorry to show you this again, but think about the leftovers for tomorrow. 74 our high, a beautiful thanksgiving day, a lot of people having meals on the patio because the weather was good enough for it. a few active storms moving their
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upper midwest, and over in the northeast we do see quite a bit of weather there, a mix of rain and snow and cold temperatures as well. but for us, pretty quiet right now. here's our forecast lows overnight, 54 degrees for you, 25 for you in prescott, 51 in bullhead city, 21 this grand canyon, winslow 21. taking a look at our forecast highs tomorrow, it's going to be pretty nice down here in the valley, mostly 70s as you can see, getting into the 50s and 60s as we make our way into flagstaff and the grand canyon. for tonight, clear skies, 55 degrees the overnight low. i'm callin this picture perfect because i think the weather is really nice right now. if you are doing black friday shopping, it will be chilly in line at 56 degrees, but the day ending at a high of 77, so very nice. here's the ten-day forecast that we told you about, and the changes are going to be pretty
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temperature wise, a chance of storms late sunday night into monday, and then we'll clear out and have a chance for it again at the end of next week. you can get weather 24/7 on the fox 10 app on a thanksgiving celebration that's out of this world, how the crew of the international space station spent the holiday today. plus --
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we have a fox 10 news alert right now out of glendale where a woman has suffered life-threatening injuries in a head-on crash. >> this is a live look at 83rd avenue in union hills. police say the woman turned into oncoming traffic striking another car. no one else was hurt in the collision. >> you can see the mangled vehicles right there at the intersection, and officers right now are looking into whether impairment may have role in the crash. again, that intersection shut down at 83rd avenue and union hills. people helping out at a local church in chandler today with a local business owner who simply wanted to give back. >> reporter: about 25 people in need enjoying a traditional, hot thanksgiving meal tonight, the person serving this meal tonight also once in need.
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with green beans, stuffing, all kinds of wonderful soup. >> the owners of carlo and emilie's deli serving up the thanksgiving meal to those in need. ventura wasn't always so fortunate, ages 2-14 living as an orphan in italy. >> it was in the '50s i think. there was not much money in europe and italy was in bad shape. there were nights that i would drink maybe some water and some toothpaste. that was my food. >> reporter: the program provides a safe place to sleep and a hot meal. it also provids services for job placement and stable housing. >> we use churches as our shelters, and community groups come in and provide food and do
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services. >> reporter: he and his wife are both enrolled in the program. they moved to arizona from new mexico about two months ago. he say this hot meal is a luxury that he is thankful for. >> we either sometimes get drawn to have a mat to sleep on, and sometimes we are out in the cold. but, you know, people at the chandler police department, they are sensational people. they help us. they bring us food, water. >> reporter: not only are these people getti thanksgiving meal tonight, they are also getting a warm place to sleep here at the church. danielle miller, fox 10 news. as families and friends celebrate for this thanksgiving, those who are serving our country are realizing that there are many, many things to be thankful for. fox's rob schmit has more tonight.
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there is a lot to be thankful for. >> on this day of thanksgiving, may your love, god, fill us. may your peace dwell in us. >> just thankful for being alive. >> it's my first time away from home for thanksgiving, so definitely a little hard. >> reporter: the turkey and the trimmings are rolling out for the troops so they can share their traditions with those nearby. >> it's always hard being away from your family on thanksgiving, of course. you miss your loved ones at home, of course, but being here, being with all of the new people that you have all of the camaraderie with, being able to be here with the afghanistans that we are training and advising on thanksgiving night, it's a great opportunity. >> reporter: president obama says we must be thankful for the
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make. >> we remember the determined patriots who landed at the edge of the world in search of freedom. we give thanks to the brave men and women who defend that freedom in every corner of the world. >> this is president obama's final thanksgiving in the white house, and as he and his family sit down for that final thanksgiving dinner, thousands of troops serve around the world. a car in iraq, i.s.i.s. claiming responsibility for the bloodshed, 20 iranians among those killed, using lights on cell phones to look for loved ones' remains. investigators believe a bus containing pilgrims was the target. how do you celebrate thanksgiving aboard the space station?
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station 200 miles above the psu. in a message, kimbrough showed off candied yams and cherry blueberry cobbler. >> of course thanksgiving in my world is not complete without some football, so we are going to have mission control to send up live football games for us to watch to complete the experience of >> that's pretty cool. >> wow, they have got it all up there. >> they are hanging in up there. the six-person crew spending thanksgiving on the i.s.s.. president elect donald trump spending the holiday in florida, and he's still busy trying to figure out who will come to the white house and who he can convince to stay right where they are. >> before his thanksgiving meal, the president elect was trying to make a deal, tweeting this morning that, quote, "i am
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thanksgiving, trying to get the carrier a.c. company to stay in the u.s., in indiana, making progress, will know soon." the refrigeration company, which planned to move 1,400 jobs to mexico earlier this year, didn't take long, posting on its account that they have had discussions with the incoming administration and look forward to working together, nothing announced at this time. as a candidate, trump guessed that the company would crumble against heavy import taxes with if they started producing goods overseas. also on the president elect's plate today, trying to figure out who will fill critical cabinet posts, like secretary of state. top advisor kellyanne conway tweeted today that she has been
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trump loyalists worried about putting romney in the job, linking to an article listing romney's attacks on trump. she also tweeted kissinger and shultz flew around the world less, were close to home and loyal, good checklist, following another confusing day of will he or won't he with dr. ben carson. the president elect wants him in the cabinet as the secretary of now going out of his way to ensure that everybody knows that he isn't worried about about the lack of experience on his resum?. >> in terms of complexity, i can guarantee you that very little of it comes close to neurosurgery, and particularly complex neurosurgery, and these things can easily be acquired. >> more than two weeks after winning the election, trump acknowledges that not everybody accepts the results, but he's asking for help from people who voted for him and people who
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thanksgiving address. >> it's my prayer that on this thanksgiving we begin to heal our divisions and move forward as one country, strengthened together by one purpose and very, very common resolve. president obama called on americans to speak with one voice. >> 40 years ago, the builder of mar-a-lago tried to leave it in her will to the federal government h used someday as a presidential retreat, but it never worked out, until this thanksgiving where the man who eventually bought it is using it as a president elect's retreat. in palm beach florida, peter doocy, fox news. hopefully your thanksgiving dinner went smoothly without a lot of arguing over the election and politics. it's a danger. joel waldman takes a look at
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it comes to politics. >> she's crooked hillary. don't you understand that? this is one of the most crooked politicians in history. >> you could put half of trump's supporters into what i call the basket of deplorables. >> reporter: the surprising outcome of the election could pose major problems during the holidays. >> this provides another venue, if you will, or another topic for people who already disagree when coming together might have a difficult time. >> a researcher with georgetown university. >> we all have emotion, and sometimes it's difficult to regulate emotion and for people on the other end of that emotion to be able to tolerate it. >> you probably already know what your friends and family members are thinking about the current political climate, so at
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walking into. >> what's my intention going into this meal? so planning ahead is a good thing. >> reporter: she offers the following tips for how to handle argumentative relatives who may try to bait you. a seating arrangement, take a time-out, change the subject and ultimately try to remember why you're spending the holidays with these people in the first place. >> i'm just going to share a drink with him and not about politics. >> reporter: so you're apolitical? you're going to try to avoid it all? >> yes, because there's nothing that we can do about it right now. >> reporter: as the old saying goes, you don't choose your family, but at least this year you can choose how to deal with them. in washington, joel waldman, fox news. if you love cars, stick around. steve krafft was in downtown phoenix, and we'll get a look at
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live from fox studios, fox 10 news is back. the arizona international auto show got under way today at the phoenix convention center. >> yeah, this is a good chance for people, car enthusiastists to see some of the latest, road, and some of the vehicles are still in the concept stage. >> steve krafft went out and got the story tonight. >> reporter: thanksgiving, a lot of people before they eat their turkey were here at the international auto show in downtown phoenix. if you like cars and trucks, this is the place to be, more than 500 to check out. this is a nissan concept truck called the titan warrior,
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an innovative blend of metal and carbon fire, l.e.d. lighting. you can't buy one yet. another car that had a lot of people talking, this is the chevy bolt. not the volt, that was a hybrid. this is the bolt, an all electric car, and it's not for sale yet in arizona. over 230 miles on a charge, all electric, base price you'll be able to buy a bolt in california and oregon later this year, designed for commuters. >> it shows they are making progress in regards to the whole range anxiety that was a big issue. >> this gets about 230-plus miles per charge. >> right. so that i think will alleviate a lot of people who were at the beginning with the volt and previous vehicles, you know, had that range anxiety. >> the car companies are also
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ways, ford setting up a mini nail salon. >> reporter: does this make you more likely to want to buy a ford? >> yes. thank you. >> reporter: so maybe car dealers are going to start having manicure set ups inside dealerships. >> that's a good idea. >> the show runs through sunday. >> reporter: a lot of interesting cars on display check it out. steve krafft, fox 10 news. >> wow, cool cars out there. still ahead, police officers in one community scoring a touchdown with young people. >> and those officers are
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actually pushing these guys who ran out of gas six miles on a lonely highway? or is this a metaphor for how i'm constantly pushing myself to make a tastier sandwich? like my new pepper jack ranch spicy chicken sandwich with spicy pepper jack cheese, spicy ranch, and spicy all-white-meat chicken. but judging from the third-degree sunburn, and the fact that i can't feel my legs, i'd say i'm actually pushing this car. there's gotta be a better way to get new customers. the pepper jack ranch spicy chicken sandwich. taste it before it's gone.
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live from fox studios, fox 10 news is back. all right. let's take another look at your ten-day forecast. >> keep working, mark. >> i know. i'll keep working until 10:30. i we are in for some changes, tomorrow going to be very nice through sunday, changes move in, continuing with a chance of showers for monday, temps continue to really drop because of a system moving in from california that will bring in cool air. i want to remind you, if you are going up north, there is going to be a mix of snow and rain. call ahead if you're going to be heading up north for the holiday
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of the week, doing weather every night this week. >> the submission box is at the end of the floor here. >> thank you. good job. trying to connect with young people -- >> and as will carr reports tonight, the means of communication, that may surprise you. >> go, pump your arms, get low. >> reporter: in the middle of watts, a los angeles neighborhood still emotionally scarred from brutal riots in the '60s, a group of coaches and kids come together for the only grass, a football field, for miles. but the watts players aren't just preparing for the next opponent. they are tackling the trust gap between the community and law enforcement. >> you have got to get your hands dirty when the kids are
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when they are 15 and 16 the relationship with law enforcement is completely different. >> reporter: the goal, keep the kids on the field and off the streets, so these four coaches, all los angeles police officers who patrol the streets during the day, have traded in one uniform for another, mentors to players. >> rather than arresting and moving on to the next problem, we are preventing a problem before it even starts. >> for many, they are like a family. >> they are like another dad, for parents for us. they give us good advice. not all cops are bad. you should just respect the police and they will give you respect back. >> they have seen a 50% reduction in homicides since the bears hit the field in 2011, violent crime up this year across los angeles but it has dropped in watts.
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has spread out. officers have gone to father-daughter dances, volunteered, and tutored. >> football is a focal point in these kids' lives where we are helping them out to do better things in their lives. >> they say if it can work in south los angeles, then it can work anywhere. back to tomorrow, bragging rights on the line. we'll hear from todd graham and what he had to say about the big
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you're watching fox 10 sports with richard saenz. cardinals head coach bruce arians has said it from day one, the good teams don't lose two in a row. after losing to the vikings last sunday, the cardinals must win in atlanta this weekend, and if the cardinals want to be the falcons, stopping julio jones will be a key, but that's a lot easier said than done, julio jones one of the best in the business, so far wracking up over 61 receptions for a
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the number one target for atlanta, this guy is big, strong, and fast, and he is having one of the best seasons this year for the falcons. who is going to stop him for the cardinals? patrick pederson, of course. >> it means a lot to me and it is important to me as well to go out there and have a good game because, you know, julio is the league's best receiver right now, broke the record for season yards 300 yards. i'm paying attention to all of the keys throughout the game to make sure that i can be at my best. >> it's a battle of the birds, and we have got the game right here on fox 10 for you, kickoff at 11:00 a.m. it all gets started at 9:00 a.m. on fox nfl kickoff, gets going bright and early.
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redskins, it's dak prescott's team now, faking the hand-off, scoots for the end zone and gets there easily. here come the redskins, they don't quit. cousins airs it auto, and desean jackson gets behind the defense, watch him taunt the defender, 24-19. this one is not over yet. dallas says hold on. they come right back, a beautiful drive, elliott rig up the gut for the touchdown. cowboys win it 31-26, but after the game, oh, boys will be boys. it's meet me at the monkey bars, an exchange, but the cowboys win. the vikings beat the cardinals last season, lions in attack mode, stafford looking for anquan boldin, the former
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vikings come right back, touchdown vikings, we are tied at 7. now we are tied at 13 with 38 seconds left, bradford picked off, the big interception and the lions are already in field goal range. so matt prater in to seal the deal, final play of the game, 40 yards out, and he nails it, and the lions win a nail-biter, huge game for the sun devils tomorrow as a.s.u. takes on the u of a, the territorial cup is on the line. the devils can become bowl eligible with a win. they are going to need it, and the u of a, this is always a wild won when these two get together, a lot of points. the arizona wildcats are still looking for their first win of the pac 12 season. head coach graham wants to make
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focused. >> you can't all of a sudden be emotional on rival week and just be awesome. you're going to reap what you sew, make sense? but the key in the rival games is to make sure you control your emotions. the team that wins the games, if you look, will be the one who wins the turnover battle. >> should be a good one. we have got some pac 12 action for you tomorrow fox 10, washington, washington states, like the cats and devils always a good win. you can throw out the records when the two teams get together. we'll hear much more from the
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n atlanta this weekend,
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later of the. thanks for joining us for fox 10 news at 10:00. hope you're having a great thanksgiving. and as we approach the end of thanksgiving, some of you may still be in turkey comas, but hundreds of others, maybe thousands of others, have hit the streets already to start their black friday shopping, and fox 10's stefania okolie went out there to check out all of the madness. >> early black friday shopping good for the kids us opening at 5:00 p.m., many waiting outside with their loved ones to get good deals on pom-poms and legos. >> i was looking for dolls. >> reporter: ooh, did you get any dolls? >> yes. >> reporter: how many? >> we'll see christmas, i think. >> reporter: and sophie having to wait 30 days until christmas didn't stop her from being excited about shopping for her dolls today, her brother happy with his monopoly game, and
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him weren't the best part of his day. >> reporter: what were you looking forward the most today? >> the cheesecake. >> reporter: so not the shopping? it's still food first for you? >> yeah. >> reporter: kids and parents lining up outside the toys "r" us in paradise valley for the 5:00 open. >> we ate quick. >> reporter: so you ate quick just to get out here? >> yeah, just to have fun. >> reporter: what are you looking forward getting today? >> yes. >> reporter: braden was proactive. he went in with a plan, and enough he got his legos. >> all right. your total will be 16.28. >> reporter: what are you shopping for? >> toys. >> reporter: for toys? did you get some good deals? >> she'll take you over at one. >> reporter: and guys, i have got to tell you these deals here at toys r us are going essentially all weekend. they will be open until saturday night. that's right. you can come here at any time, whether it's 2:00 in the morning or 3:00 in the morning. we hope you are sleeping with


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