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fox 10 news at 10:00. >> you may have seen it. the thick plume of black smoke billowing high sfwoot -- into the skies above phoenix. there's another storm, a hurricane named newton, and this one has its eyes set on arizona. what we can expect in the coming days. first on fox, this labor day weekend does not end well. a two-year-old girl is in the hospital tonight after she's pulled from a backyard pool. our danielle miller joins us live from phoenix children's hospital where the little girl was rushed. danielle? >> reporter: yeah, kari, this two-year-old little girl still recovering here at phoenix children's hospital tonight. fire officials tell us that she
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minutes at her home near 85th avenue and camelback. just a few minutes after that, she was found in that backyard pool, no telling how long she was back there or even how long she got into that pool by herself. but we are told that a bystander did perform cpr, but they are telling us that when crews were rushing her here to the hospital, she did not have a pulse. she was not breathing on her own. some good news here tonight is that crews were able to restore a pulse but we are told that she was still not breathing on her own and is here on a tonight at phoenix children's hospital. and as i mentioned, not sure just how long this little girl was left in the water there. we are not sure who was home at the time, if she was with her familiment we know it's labor day today. they could have been having some sort of family function. just not sure exactly at this time what condition the little girl is in. we'll stay out here. if we get any updates on her condition or this case, we'll
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a phoenix man involved in a shootout with several men who police say were trying to steal from that home. pretty scary situation. the man who lives in the home woke up to find several suspects, crooks in his home, stealing property inside. he exchanged gunfire with him as they ran off and got away. officers searched for the suspects on the ground and in the air, but there was no sign of them. >> i woke up to the helicopters surrounding the area, so kind of just got up and surprised and stunned at what's going on. they said you just stay inside the house and lock your doors, and if you see anything call 911. >> any information on the suspects. if you have it, you know who they are. you are asked to call phoenix police. a man loses control of his car, crashes it into an apartment after he was shot while driving.
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morning near 27th avenue and camelback. the guy shot while driving down the road. the man behind the wheel died at the scene. police are still searching for the person who shot the guy. three people were inside the apartment when the crash happened. they were all okay. this is hard to miss. thick black smoke filling the skies over south phoenix after a metal scrap yard caught fire near 27th avenue and broadway. our ty brennan arrived at the scene shortly after the fire broke out. >> kari, this is where happened earlier this afternoon at the scrap yard called we buy scrap. firefighters were able to quickly put it out. but they say it wasn't without a little bit of difficulty. >> thick smoke could be seen for miles from the valley today. a fire sparked near this scrap yard at 27th avenue and broadway and quickly began to grow. >> we called it a first alarm fire, then upgraded to a second alarm, just to get the additional personnel here. we didn't know how long they would be fighting the fire.
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plan to attack the flames. >> i did make the call to go out and evacuate any surrounding areas. >> reporter: this fire proving to be a tricky one. with construction going on in surrounding areas, many of the fire hydrants were turned off, meaning they had to lay extra line to fight the flames. >> the closest hydrants were not in service. >> reporter: luckily, within about firefighters were able to gain the upper hand. they tell me that they always hope there isn't a fire. today unfortunately was one of those days. they say this fire is still under investigation. reporting in south phoenix, ty brennan, fox 10 news. police arrest a 48-year-old bullhead city man, this guy right here, after they say -- officers called to investigate
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the man's neighborhood last month. he was arrested on suspicions of involvement in other crimes, finding explosives ready to go in his home. a third death blamed on tropical storm hermine, a 30-year-old man killed after he was hit by a car while trying to remove a tree from a heavy winds tipped a semi. the first death happened when a tree fell on a home in florida. hurricane newton is making its way towards baja california with arizona in its path. dave munsey is in the weather center to tell us what we can expect. this would be something, to get some of this rain. >> we could see a couple of pockets of really heavy rain tuesday into wednesday, maybe lasting as long as thursday. but this is dragging a lot of
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state of arizona. take a look at it. that's where it's going to end up, and we back off and show you where newton is right now. 90-mile-an-hour winds, but you can see by tuesday 75-mile-an-hour winds by 5:00. however, they do expect it to grow a little bit before that and then die down to 35-mile-an-hour winds by the time it reaches arizona. let's take a look at the track h it. you can see us movin tuesday, moving into wednesday, at a little after 8:00 in the morning. we put it into motion again. we go into wednesday evening, and you see a lot of moisture being pushed up into the state of arizona as it rolls along, and now we get into early thursday, and there's still a lot of moisture hanging around the state. in just a few minutes, we'll be back. we'll give you a look at that futurecast from another angle and show you when that moisture
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in ahead of the hurricane or the low pressure system is what it will be when it gets here. >> we'll have more, coming up. all right, thank you, dave. busy day in the race for the white house with both donald trump and hillary clinton trying to win over voters in the all important swing state of ohio. and the mother of an 11-year-old boy kidnapped nearly three decades ago has some inspirational words for others after her son's remains are finally discovered. and after the break, the first full day of searching for a missing boate 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. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
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the labor day weekend turns tragic.. when a a tragic turn this labor day weekend when a glendale man enjoying the day at lake pleasant disappears of going for a swim. 24-year-old chintan shan was boating with friends at lake pleasant. they were jumping off the boat and swimming in the lake when his friends realized shan didn't surface. we have seen it happen. a helicopter came in. a boat came in. paramedics came in. we were all wondering what happened. we just assumed that someone fell off the boat. >> divers searched for him last night through today. sheriff's deputies say accidents like this are preventable. it's something veteran boaters know well. >> being safe is watching who you're with, paying attention to your surrounding, not forgetting
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with, and then wondering where he is at. did he fall over or is he on land? >> reporter: deputies believe shan was in 60 to 50 feet of water when his friends lost contact with him. police say there is now evidence that a bullhead city girl killed two years ago was sexually assaulted. prosecutors say justin rector killed bella bac of 2014. he is charged with first-degree murder, kidnapping, child abuse, and abandonment of a dead body. jacob wetterling's mother releasing a statement today. the minnesota boy was kidnapped 27 years ago. saturday, police announced that his remains had been found. jacob was 11 years old when he was kidnapped at gunpoint while riding his bicycle with his brother and friend. last week, a person of interest
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pornography charges led officers to a field where his remains were buried. jacob's mother, who held out hope he'd be found alive, released this touching statement today. everyone wants to know what they can do to help us. say a prayer. light a candle. be with friends. play with your children. giggle. hold hands eat ice cream, create joy. help your neig comfort today. coming up a woman tries to steal a trump campaign sign from a front yard, and that is what happens to her. ouch. she wasn't successful.
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former president bill clinton taking part in a democratic party former president bill clinton taking natter a democratic party tradition, marching in the labor day parade in detroit, michigan. clinton was not only keeping with tradition, he was also trying to rally support for his wife, hillary clinton's presidential bid. afterward, clinton flew to cincinnati where he annual afl-cio picnic. while the swing state of ohio is always a stop on the campaign trail, hillary clinton and donald trump spent labor day in the buckeye state.
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i think it's pretty cool, don't you? >> reporter: democratic hopeful hillary clinton showing off the latest addition to her campaign, by inviting supporters aboard her newly leased boeing 747 jet. first stop for the clinton campaign, the swing state of ohio, where she and running mate tim kaine addressed a crowd at a labor day festival in cleveland. >> this is a big day, because, as i think you sort of starts the homestretch of the campaign. so do we feel like battle tested and ready for the homestretch, so that we can make history and elect hillary clinton on the 8th of november? >> but clinton, who's battled through stubborn coughing attacks before, had another one today and blamed her rival for her condition. >> every time i think about trump, i get allergic. >> reporter: clinton, sharing ohio with donald trump today, trump starting his day with a
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greeting patrons are vital pick governor mike pence. trump held a roundtable discussion on getting job growth with the mayor and community leaders. >> voters who have not traditionally voted republican or voted republican in a long time seem to be coming out to support this messenger and his megs message. >> trump says his message is in he carried that message to a jobs rally in canfield. >> this is an unbelievable reception. we are going to bring jobs back to ohio. we are going to bring jobs back to our country. we are not going to make these horrible trade deals anymore. we'll bring our jobs back. thank you, everybody. i love you. >> reporter: ohio, very important for trump, no republican has won the white house without winning ohio.
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all over on people's front lawns, on the side of the road. people are showing support for their candidates, but there are also people trying to steal those signs, and one indianapolis man was ready for the thief. his surveillance camera and his trap caught a woman trying to grab and dash with a trump campaign sign. but as you can see, instead of grabbing da and dashing, it was more like grabbing and falling, face he got tired of someone stealing the signs, so he set up a fishing line, causing her to fall face first on the front lawn without the signs. well, a nice holiday weekend for everybody and is a good start to the week here. but things are going to be changing a little bit. we have a hurricane south of us, packing a lot of moisture. we'll look at it.
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crews live from fox studios, fox 10 news is back. crews videotape a ship wreck. the u.s.s. butterfield was torpedoed during world war ii 30 miles off of north carolina. in july of 1942, a submarine sang during a battle. in return, the u.s. sank the german the location was found in 2014. but this is the first time that we are seeing the ship since it went down. i'm embarrassed to say that's the first time i'm hearing of that. >> i remember it well. i remember the day. >> it's embarrassing when there's a big moment in history happening close to our shows, and you don't know about it. my dad, a former history
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are seeing in the futurecast rght now, it's going to bring a lot of the rain. we are going to see temperatures come down. that will be nice, kari. so it will have a double of edged effect. one might be a little bit of extra rain. the other would be a little bit cooler temperatures like 90 degrees right now, winds southwest at three miles an hour. 88 -- 86 degrees in surprise, 82 in mesa, 90 in queen creek right now. this is what arizona looks like. boy, i'll tell you, looking pretty good. however, yeah, this coming. as you can see, just rolling along here, it is going to lose a little bit of power as it rolls up into arizona. however, it's coming, and that's the track it's going to take. late tuesday into wednesday as we start seeing wednesday, we'll put the futurecast into motion for you. you see some stuff tuesday. and then we start really picking it up on wednesday afternoon, and look at all of that moisture that's going to be in here until late wednesday on the day.
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little bit, and then you see some redevelopment coming along as well. we'll be in for a couple of days of it. 103 degrees for the high today. 100 degrees in goodyear. 100 degrees in chandler as well. we did have 86 in payson, 83 degrees in prescott today, 73 up in flagstaff with 104 at gila bend. there's 103 for the city, 75 for the morning low. that was a nice cool morning. look at that, normally it's 83 degrees. 103 would be the high. 113 record high for ?the ay. 61 your record low for the day. this is what we are forecasting for tomorrow. lots of 90s in there at sky harbor. we are forecasting 96 degrees. in the mountains, you'll see soe 70s, and a few 80s showing up as well. there's payson at 79 degrees. looking across the country, a few areas across montana today. the dakotas got a little rain. minnesota got some heavy rain earlier in the day, and then
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that. a little bit in the gulf states as well. and then hermine still a tropical storm here, circulating, still bringing moisture in to northeast where they have had plenty, and it's windy as well with high waves and a little bit of rip current. 86 overnight, 96 degrees for tomorrow. we'll see some clouds increase with moisture approaching from the south, but look at these nice temperatures over the next ten-da watch your kids around water. >> all right, thank you, dave. well, labor day has a whole new meaning for one valley couple. they spent their weekend in the hospital in labor as they welcomed their brand-new baby girl into the world. paulina flores already had an appointment to be induced but
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she ended up going into labor for 12 hours before little irie was born yesterday. absolutely beautiful. congratulations to the family. >> cute kid. that's for sure. this is such a big week. you know, the arizona cardinals are back on the practice field tomorrow. it's time to get real. game one preparation for the patriots sunday night.
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you're watching fox 10 sports with jude lacava in hd. ponder this question for just a moment. name an nfl team has a deeper, more talented wide receiving core. what's that i thought. yeah. i mean, look, you have got nfl notables and nfl fans saying this is going to be a special year for the cardinals. one of the reasons, that wide receiving core. you have got larry fitzgerald, still amazing after all of these years, coming off a great year last and let's not forget the tight ends and let's not forget how they can use the running backs. if not larry fitzgerald, you can look at number 15, michael floyd, and john brown, back on the field after that concussion in training camp, j.j. nelson.
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great receivers in cards history. >> larry fitzgerald coming back, michael floyd. you know, he had a couple of injuries last year, but when he was there, he was dynamic, makes huge plays. you know, john brown, who was the guy with the speed, who takes the top off and allows the other guys to do their thing underneath. and now we have got david johnson, who is going to be starting from day one along with chris johnson in the backfield, and hopefully we'll see both of these guys in the backfield at the same time. coordinator do? >> at the cowboys saloon, that's going to benefit the sleep apnea association, also the phoenix law enforcement agency, that's at cowboy saloon in peoria tomorrow night at 6:00. it looked like all ole miss, metcalf, ingraham, you're up 23-six, and then how about this, florida state runs back.
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edge, unbelievable, greatest comeback in florida state history. look at this, florida state wins 45-34. what a first weekend for college football. zack greinke first time back against his old team, the dodgers. how did it go? not good at all, gonzalez, two-run shot bottom of the fourth. that was the first home run that zack gave up. it didn't end there. joc pederson, home run in the second inning. this was a long, long night for zack greinke. imagine, go back, play against the dodgers, now giving up homer after homer. 10-2 the final. it's been that kind of year. it's been that kind of long summer. >> i don't even want to hear from my friends who are dodgers fans. no thank you. modern family is up next.
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