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12 news at 10:00 starts now. >> to you. >> people being warned after a string of suspicious fires. kids show up to school and they find it looked on the first day. parents left feeling betrayed by the school. michael phelps gets serious and talks about pool tragedies in arizona. >> 12 news at 10:00. >> investigating a string of
they won't say they're being set by the same person but they're looking for connections. william pitts is live in chandler. >> they've gone from very small to large and potentially dangerous and people want these fires stopped before their house goes up in flames. >> it's pretty scary. >> tom saw this out his back his neighbor's house, just feet from where his kids were sleeping. >> it's scary to be prepared to wake them up in the middle of night. >> the house is gutted. across the street, another fire, this one burned in a trailer. and in a nearby alley, more
>> it climbed a tree there. >> firefighters got it out before it spread to his house. >> they thought there's a fire bug in the neighborhood. >> we're going cautious about it. >> we don't have anything that indicates they're arsons but there's a concern so we're looking into it. he's hoping who caught soon. >> we look out for each other and this unacceptable. >> nobody has been hurt but residents are hurt they might get bigger the longer they grow unsolved. >> on a breaking news weather watch. this is live from tampa. today florida's governor called hurricane hermine a life
people to take cover. it's the first hurricane in more than a decade. >> we can rebuild a home, we can rebuild a business, but can't rebuild your life. >> the threat tonight not just wind and rain but isolated tornadoes and parts of georgian north carolina are under a state of emergency. the entire east coast expecting dangerous rip currents throughout the holiday weekend. >> and a live look at our the area that you don't see rain, that right now is making it onshore there, and into the florida coastline. you can see the rainbands down towards tampa with heavy rainfall, all of this moisture extending beyond north of jacksonville. you can see where tallahassee
making it in. gainesville getting heavy rainfall and that's south of georgia. and south carolina. hermine continues to move onshore but weakens over the next couple days and drops heavy rainfall and moving out to shore here as an area of low pressure, towards the end of the weekend. local forecast is coming up. all right, thanks, it's game night for the cards a they're done with the preseason. they came through it unscathed. bring on the patriots. >> enough of these meaningless preseason. matt barkley fumbles here. and barkley comes back on fire
he's also fighting for a roster spot. barkley was 20 of 29. they look good. 100 plus yards, and first-round pick, look at this, first sack late in the day. they win 38-17. no major injuries. it will be a tough weekend with roster decisions. >> steve has done and at times, it didn't look like that. this is quality group 70. and hopefully some make it through to the practice squad that we like, and we can't keep them all. >> they can't, one highlight, this 59-yard field goal by chandler. that's a personal best.
teammates. cardinals and patriots next sunday right here. >> all eyes on 49ers colin kaepernick. the 49ers travel down to san diego for their 28th annual salute to the military game. he had made national headlines for sitting during the national anthem in their first presea dropped to one knee and another player kneeled along with them. we're here to talk about socks? >> this is the decision he made in early august to wear these socks. and he's taken heat. we're finding out about these, the pair of socks have a cartoon pig on them wearing a police hat. this is not going over well with police officers or
in my career. >> he spent 32 of years his probing us. >> 1977, i was 28-years-old. a former phoenix police officer, he's aware of kaepernick's stance. >> he is critical of police and the socks worn at a recent practice would seem like an insult, those even retired. >> i respect those statements and believe as he does. i disagree with his message and method. >> during the national anthem tonight, at the cards game, officers stood tall with thousands of others. >> i think it's a disgrace. he should man up and play the game. >> actions speak louder than
>> about 300 miles west, the 49ers played the chargers on military night. >> kaepernick on one knee during the anthem. when it was over, he's greeted to a chorus of boos. as for levi bolton, he's focus line of duty. >> wasn't the only player who didn't stand for the anthem, eric reid and jeremy lane remained seated. >> this next story is blowing
sagger underwent his third bone marrow transplant yesterday. nba legend charles barkley flew to be with his friend. he had just undergone hip surgery but his doctor was lived when he found out he was with his friend but chng him up was more important to him. >> going to the olympic trials, there were 9 or 10 children died in drowning and that has to change. i have a lot of time now. >> michael phelps talking about recent drowning here. the most decorated olympian of all time is on a mission to
the michael phelps foundation set up pools where they're teaching people how to swim. he was asked about the viral phelps face. find out what was going on in his head and when fallon pokes fun at lochte. update to a story, the nation's number two in command is validating concerns raised in a secret audio recording that aired during investigation last week. deputy secretary sloane gibson addressed the media during his visit. he said he was aware of the story team 12 joe dana recorded with featured a patient who recorded a doctor and a nurse complaining about ongoing issues in the healthcare agency. one was military veterans can't get a real person on the phone when they make an appointment.
the patient scheduling system a nightmare. >> i think she's right. i directed today that we will have the executive that is responsible for implementing that program across the entire department out here on the ground. when a veteran calls, somebody answers the phone and provides the help they need. >> gibson acknowledged that doctors and staff are not up to speed on the veterans said, the va is working on a better way to educate employees and pushing congress to pass more legislation related to the choice act. now, to the decision 2016, a big backlash for donald trump from some of his latino supporters. they feel mislead. >> we're going to triple the
force will be created. >> jacob monte was a member of his national hispanic advisory council. >> i'm not going to be a hispanic prop. i resigned. >> donald trump has shifted daily and sometimes hourly in an attempt to keep his base an appeal to moderate voters. >> hillary clinton's campaign is out claiming the great negotiator choked and lied about it. the lead has narrowed to 6 points. that's according to the weekly tracking poll. true crime thursday, 15 years after andrea yates drowned her 5 children in her bathtub. we hear from those on the scene first. >> the kids were devastated. >> a school closes the day
12 news at 10 continues, a look back at the andrea yates case. the mom who drowned her 5 kids in a bathtub. >> cars plowing into kids walk to go school and it's happening more in one district. and the valley quarterback playing two different positions. and it's all in the family. a student told she couldn't
shirt got a letter from the superintendent apologizing for embarrassment. they got the letter from the buckeye union high school student. she was told her t-shirt was disruptive when she tried to wear it for a class picture. the dress code bans clothing that disrupts the education process. controversy led to a walk out last week of the students. the letter invite the create a program to understand racial differences and the need for tolerance. welcome back, 12 news exclusive. getting ready for school in to the east valley, and shocked to find out their charter school shut down and they were not notified until the day classes started and it's not the first
this. we spoke to one of the parents. >> the state board said they warned hillcrest not to enroll students and they did and now may face disciplinary action. gated up and overrun with weeds, this is not how parents and students envisioned it a few weeks into the school year. they're left scrambling after notifying them it was closing 24 hours before the first day of school. >> they sold option. >> it's closure feels like dij@ vu. they attended the phoenix location and students returned when that school suddenly shut down. >> the kids were absolutely devastated. >> even now, my son doesn't
their contract and disciplinary action. >> the executive director said the board new hillcrest was having financial issues but had warned them not to enroll students if they weren't going to open. >> we're disappointed. >> they cited operational issues and the failing health of the principal as the reason for closing. we schools, but we've always gone to them. it was eye opening. >> the state board's next meetings are september 12. reporting from downtown phoenix. now to our omg video of the night. shocking images from texas of cars slamming into kids on
the students weren't hurt seriously. a few bumps and bruises. this is all happening in the first week of school. police have issued 900 tickets for cars going around school buses. they handed out 7,000 last year. go to our 12 news facebook page and then share our omg video with your friends. on this true crime thursday, andrea yates drowned her 5 children and she was convicted of capital murder and in another trial she was found not guilty by reason of insanity. she's in so will solitary in a texas mental hospital.
the guys that had to recovered bodies. >> he was the first reporter on the scene. >> they brought andrea out and her clothes were wet and her hair was still wet from the bathtub and she looked like a zombie. there was a wildness in our eyes. >> you talked to her on a weekly basis? >> about every 7-8 days. >> how is she doing? >> she's doin well, not a day that goes by where she doesn't care for or talk about, is happy about her children's lives before june 20th. and grieves for her children. >> she testified that she believed her children's deaths were save their souls. to watch the true crime series, go to today.com.
thursday without thursday night fever. watch alex here. on the screen pass, this is how they draw it up. making everybody miss. that's gone. hotshot play of the week. all right, two most important positions, the quarterback and the guy in charge of protecting his blindside. the left tackle may be more important. but at paradise valley, if they need help on the o-line the starting quarterback is the left tackle. >> i do both. >> meet brick. >> and not many quarterbacks play on the offensive line. >> it's no different. coach signals in the numbers and i see it as quarterback and
>> he plays quarterback and left tackle. >> when he first approached me, i thought i was messing with me. >> his cousin, ben finley, he comes in and plays quarterback. you heard it right. when brick moves they bring in his cousin. >> never think in a million years he'd be blocking for you? >> no, i thought i was going to be not the sideline handi water. >> that's not the case, they split reps and when brick is at tackle. >> i feel comfortable knowing that he'll protect me, flesh and blood. >> you got to protect him. >> i'll do everything i can to sacrifice my body for ben. >> and he has no problem letting big cousin know. >> i got him killed and he was all up in my face. >> i got up in his face.
to adjust to that. i had to accept it. >> always have to protect, i asked them who is the better quarterback. they said the other guy. typical. >> watching out for each other. protecting the family. >> i like it. >> well the monsoon is making an appearance today. dust that rolled in today. getting pretty thick and dropping that visibility down. we had a blowing dust advisory in effect valley. northwest pinal and out towards gila bend. this is near wild horse pass. skimmed the southeast valley before dissipating. we got rainfall, tonight we're not seeing that. everything is quiet. but in tempe and parts of chandler, it came down pretty strong at times.
if you widen the shot, the high country is seeing activity. mainly showers to the west of flagstaff, hitting i-40 and down to the south. leading to the northern part of the county. pretty big storm along the new mexico border and then showers north of wilcox. that will be away from the valley. we may be quiet for the rest of the night. wouldn't rule out anothe shower or stray storm popping up. tomorrow, slight chances and the weekend things are dry. your weekend is safe if you have any plans. temperature-wise, coming down to 101 on sunday. rest of the state, looking at storms up around the northern zone. talking around prescott and flagstaff and out towards the white mountains. again, the same threats, heavy
that's going to be a possibility. labor day looks good and bring back storm chances by next thursday. we upped the ante at culver's to create the new crispy southwest chicken sandwich. all-natural, whole white meat chicken breast. the perfect cheese for pepper jack is going to be creamy and mild, and it's really going to tone down to taste the cheese first, and then you're going to get just a little bit of warmth from the peppers. it's really good. a bold new flavor and only here for a limited time. mmmhmm.
broadcast easily, the best moment of the game. >> i'm not some guy from west virginia. i'm a tough pittsburgh guy. we can deal with anything. he needs his head on a swivel. he walks around unaware. >> you have to be ready for retribution? >> no, i'm not worried. he's soft as cotton candy. >> i'm sure something in store for him. >> he'll get back at him for that. >> thanks, i've been waiting to this. >> okay. >> now, to one of our top trending stories. >> a new feminine product will stop your menstrual cramps. >> it contains marijuana.
finally, major league baseball pitcher makes it easier throwing the ball from the mound to the plate during the game. miss. texas, like many others before her and who will come after her, found out it's not easy as it looks. the pitch was really not on mark. who can blame her? it's nerve-racking, the pitch was a spike and then a dribble. she was a good sport and laughed it off and she followed the dribbler to the plate. >> i would be a nervous wreck. >> she's better than coop though. >> oh man, that's it for us,
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