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we're learning more about a man killed in a mobile home park. we'll give you the first look at the man police identified as the attacker. thank you for joining us for fox 10 news at 5:00. we will begin with a news alert. maricopa county sheriff's deputies are investigating what they call a violent death of a 3-year-old. >> it happened in youngtown late last night and we're working to get more danielle miller is live at the home with what we know so far. danielle? >> reporter: nicole and marc, we don't know a whole lot at this time. mcso telling us this crime was against a 3-year-old child, a violent homicide out here. they are not saying much more than that. it was at this house last night. the only thing we're hearing from neighbors is there was several children who lived in the home with the mother.
long hours. they said she wasn't home too much, as you can imagine being a nurse there are long hours. we're being told there were five children who lived in the home, including the 3-year-old. the 3-year-old is a boy and he was -- some neighbors tell us the 3-year-old child was autistic. mcso not confirming any of these details. this is what we're being told from responsible for this crime, not sure if there is an outstanding suspect. they are telling us we might not get any updated information until tomorrow. when we get updated information, we'll bring you the latest as it becomes available. danielle miller, fox 10 news. we're also getting our first look at the man accused of murdering a couple at a north
neighbors tell us 37-year-old brandon southerland kill his own mother and stepfather. they were killed at their home. southerland was a former u.s. marine. we'll keep you updated as we learn more about this case as well. about a week ago, we told you about a man shot and killed at a c police now have an idea who they are looking for. these are the two guys who might have more information. it was last saturday that the man was shot outside of the store. police are asking the public if they have information about these two to call silent witness at 480-witness. a scary scene for a family at lake pleasant this morning. when they put their boat into a water, the boat caught fire.
explosion went off and a 13-year-old girl was burned and flown to the hospital and a 12-year-old girl was taken by ground to the hospital. only the two girls were burned. >> it was a flash fire. it was a brief flash of fire that burned the girls but we don't know the reason. >> the girls are expected to be ok. they tell us they are trying to figure out what happened a story we've been following for weeks now, no word on missing jesse wilson. his school starts class tomorrow. the boy was last seen three weeks ago today. despite volunteer searches and gatherings to help brim him home, there is no you new leads on this case. there is a new deli in gilbert and it is getting attention, not for the
behind the counter. it is called not your typical deli. you can find it it at val vista and gilbert. it is known for the implies. s -- employees. the owners make it a point to hire employees with mental disabilities such as autism. >> i feel like i'm in my element here. i like keeping myself busy. i like doing a lot of things that people would see as medial sk i like doing that. >> reporter: owners say this has been a long time coming. their mission is a long time coming so they have 16 people employed there with and without disabilities. teachers able to get a free cup of coffee tomorrow at mcdonald's for the beginning of the school year.
the register to get their free drink. in the health watch, new federal regulations coming to the tobacco industry. >> starting tomorrow, it will be harder for young people to vape. you have to be 18 or older to buy e-cigarettes. u.s. food and drug administrations tobacco and drug administrations will put regulations on hurrican cigars. those who sell to minors will get a letter on the first offense then face fines. >> in the world of restrictions, in an act of an illegal sale, we are going to be back without an
>> for more on the new restriction, go to fda.gov/tobacco. plastic surgeons are using it to replace badly damaged or missing bones. on january 16, i was hit by a car going 30 or 40 miles an hour. blacked out at the scene. orbital real estateon rea area. >> from what i hear my face was oit will rated. >> reporter: dr. pritchard came up with a game plan to use 3d printing technology to create a new piece of reynold's skull.
late is taking a high resolution scat scan ocat scan of the headl and developing a piece that in the missing area. >> reporter: after weeks of recovery and multiple surgeries, reynolds says he feels great and reminder of an accident that could have been a whole lot worse. >> the fact he could turn myself in to what i am now to what i was before is astonishing. >> reporter: ty brennan, fox 10 news. >> it didn't look like he got into an accident. it seems like a normal day at the salon. these hairstylists are donating their proceeds.
to. changes are coming as we make our way flu th through thee of the week. reporter: the best turnout ever for the red, white practice. tyrann mathieu connects with kids and kurt warner gives us his take on the cards' season. the d-backs go for a season win. a dramatic win on the nascar series and you won't
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a way for me to be able to help and people who don't know how to help participate and be part of it. >> the proceeds will go to the shooting victims and an active shooting preparedness program. for more you can head to fox10phoenix.com for that link. both parties presidential nominees on the offense this weekend. the trump and clinton campaigns releasing attack show clinton ahead nationally in this head-to-head race. >> reporter: republicans hitting hard on hillary clinton's statement that she short circuited in an interview with chris wallace last week whiling with questioned on her truthfulness on the f.b.i. investigation into her e-mail. >> it is one thing about lying about lying.
>> i did hear that back and forth and i think chris wallace and hillary clinton were talking passed each other. she was saying what director comey acknowledged to be true. when she spoke to the f.b.i., the f.b.i. thought her answers in that setting were truthful. >> reporter: hillary's campaign highlighted trumps rocky week, including inner party fighting after he failed to endorse republicans and his attacks on a fallen soldier. the clinton pacs will release ads. >> the sense of emptiness that only losing a child can
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stranded according to some reports. no word on injuries and number of fatalities so far. a warm day for us here in the valley of the sun. right now, we're at 108 degrees. we had winds out of the south at 12 miles an hour. the dew point is at 57 right now so kind of uncomfortable conditions outside right not any good chance for storm activity. this guy is liking this. we're watching him fly around for a few minutes here. not everybody is staying inside on this warm day. for the rest of the country, we have satellite and radar showing us what is going on. we have the high pressure keeping moisture away from us right now. it is drawing up a little bit of moisture down to the south but nothing that is going to cause
for the next few days. as we take a closer look down towards new mexico area and colorado, that is where most of the storms are pushing off. it is going to keep always high and dry for the next few days. dew point right now, they were high up there yesterday. they are dropping towards yuma and gila bend getting into 42, 46-degree range. nothing that we're going to see any temperatures warm out there, across the board here. mesa, chandler, that is a popular number. glendale, 109 is the hot spot. 103 for you in wickenburg. the rest of the state, warm for you. nice day to be out there. they have friends going up to the mountains to look up there and it is beautiful up there
81 for grand canyon. payson, 90. show low is at 77. for the record today, we hit 109 so far that has been the high temperature today. that is above normal by four degrees. the record was set back in 2012. we're not too far off the normal for the overnight low. we are expecting to hit 86. normal is 83. the rest of the country is seeing a lot of action. we have this storm system moving off the coast here. it is going to mak through the atlantic. they are dealing with severe weather around the atlantic. 65 in prescott. flagstaff, 51. grand canyon also 51. down here in the valley, 80 for casa grande. globe, 71. payson, 64. show low will be at 59 degrees. here is what is going on for the forecast highs tomorrow. another warm one in store for
93 for winslow. here is a look at overnight temperatures. 83-86 is what we're expecting depending on what part of the valley you're in. 100 by noon and 105 by the 5:00 hour. 106 will be the ti high for tomorrow. you see around tuesday, we get the increased chances of monsoon storms. we will get below the mark starting on tuesday for a few days and then drying out and back where we are right now. a warm day right now. >> the tropical storm is going to hit california tomorrow and who knows what will happen. >> we're going to have changes. i told people keep your umbrella handy this week. we're looking at potential storm activity in the middle part of the eek. coming up, pokemon go getting popularity.
into area that might not be safe. reports that singapore is closely monitoring the game as well making sure it does not impact day-to-day life too much. groundbreaking plan to sell hundreds of so-called zombie homes in one bay area city. claudia has the story. >> reporter: zombie homes like this one are like the living dead of properties. boarded up for decades, trashed by squatters. these homes are unsellable on the open market. thanks to clever financing, dozens of zombie homes are getting a new lease on life. >> we find meth lab contamination, people use them as restrooms. these properties sit for a long time and become unsafe for the community. >> reporter: zombie homes are a drain on taxpayers.
boarding up windows and evicting squatters. they have partners with bank, judge, nonprofits and local contractors to acquire the home, fix them up and sell them. >> it is going to be lovely. reporter: the idea is to stabilize neighborhoods, create job, and give low-income buyers the opportunity of a lifetime. >> we're providing local homebuyers who can't buy in bay area market a chance to buy a home in the city they live in. >> reporter: just like this 62-year-old resident. >> it is like a dream. >> reporter: have you owned a home before? >> no. reporter: this will be your first home? >> yes, ma'am. >> reporter: this is going for $62,000 and an investment in the a blue-collar town with rebates built in to replenish the bond and fix up more homes.
$3 million bond was bought by a local bank. if it goes to plan, social impact bonds could become a model for other cities struggling with zombie homes. coming up, a valley home goes up in flames. how the family was able to get out safely. plus, former olympian oscar pistorius back in his prin hospital. how officials say he hurt
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a family of a family of three looking for a new place to live after their home caught fire early this morning. >> they did not have any working smoke detectors in the house but they were able to get out safely in the nick of time. courtney griffin has more. >> reporter: this house off of 14th street and mckinley
thankfully, one person was inside was awake to notice the smoke since they did not have smoke detecters. >> that is the safing grace is she was up, smelled the smoke, she was awake, smelled the smoke, heard noises and investigated and was able to get the family out to safety. a huge deal. >> reporter: another woman and young boy were inside when it caught fire. they all made two dogs but two cats did not make it out. she was asleep when it started. >> i got up and i opened the door and she was l ke get out, get out. >> reporter: she never thought something like this would happen to her. >> you don't expect, when you go to sleep to wake up to something like that. it is like the most messed up feeling because it is your stuff.
night before and then you wake up to that and it is like, wow. >> reporter: she is thankful for firefighters. >> i heard her about 7:00 and they got here at 7:02. they were here and as soon as they got here, they were on it. >> reporter: the home has smoke damage but not a total loss. >> they prevented the fire from spreading and saved 80%-90% of the home. hospital but firefighters say it was just as a precaution. phoenix fire wants to remind you always have a working smoke detector in your home. a family of three out of their home also after an early morning fire tore tears through. firefighters say a man, woman, their daughter and a cat and dog all made it out safely. crews say most of the fire was in the garage area. they were able to save most of the home.