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we'll be back with more sports in 20 minutes. right now though it's fox 10 news at 10:00 with marc martinez. now at 10:00, disturbing video of a driver running down three phoenix police officers outside a convenience store. >> i thank god that we are not planning three funerals right now. it's been two years in the battle over flight path changes at sky harbor appears to be at a standstill. what progress has been ma camera punching a ref and knocking him out, the night the player says the video has it all wrong. thank you for joining us. first tonight on fox, marc laquon payne behind bars tonight, police say the 44-year-old tried to run over
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two of the officers hit, one jumped out of the way. thankfully those officers s wil recover. nicole garcia live at the 4th avenue jail. >> reporter: marc, it really is amazing that the officers that were hit in that horrific crash are going to be all right. they survived that crash. the suspected driver, 44-year-old marc payne behind bars here tonight facing three counts of attempted murder, and it turns out marc payne has a history of attacking phoenix police officers. this is the man accus intentionally running over three phoenix police officers, unprovoked. 44-year-old marc laquon payne did not respond to reporters' questions as to why. >> and i'm outraged by this incident. this is a violent, cowardly act on our police officers, and it's simply unacceptable. our phoenix police officers were targeted. >> the surveillance video is difficult to stomach. it shows the three officers standing outside of their patrol
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rams into them at high-speed. one officer is able to dodge the car. two officers are directly hit. the impact sends a rookie officer flying into the air. a sergeant is trapped under the vehicle. the injured rookie helps his partner tackle pain and take him into custody. >> unbelievable. our officer that hits the front of the glass and smashes the glass gets back up, engages in the fight to take the suspect into custody. phe runs over us, and then he still fights with us as we are trying to take him into while we don't know why payne plowed into the officers, we know he has a history of attacking police. payne was arrested in 1997 for assaulting three phoenix police officers. payne cut a plea deal in that case and was put on probation. nearly 20 years later, he's in jail for attacking three officers again, only this time he's facing attempted murder charges. >> reporter: and the two officers that were seriously
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broken leg, and that rookie officer, it was his first day on the job and he suffered head injuries. investigators say payne was impaired during that crash. reporting live, i'm nicole garcia, fox 10 news. >> nicole, thank you for this. a car plows right into a phoenix building, the driver losing control near 22nd avenue and indian school road. witnesses say he lanes of traffic, hit a tree before slamming into the building right there. people in the building say they thought a bomb went off. >> that's my office right there. thank god i wasn't at my desk. i would have been killed. that's my desk right there. >> police say luckily nobody was hurt. the driver is not expected to be facing any charges. arizona is facing a lawsuit over denying immigrants driver's
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unconstitutionally holding licenses from immigrants who are considered to be legally in the u.s. governor doug ducey's office says it is reviewing that lawsuit. over at phoenix city hall they are increasing security. people who visit city hall right now can basically just walk right in. but soon they will have to be going through metal detectors and have their bags screened with an x-ray machine. some 25,000 people visit the city hall and buildings every week. bragging rights, receiving $9 million in a federal grant, allowing them to hire 50 new firefighters. in the past five years, phoenix has received $35 million in federal funds for its fire and police departments. here's what's left of a home near 61st avenue and mcdowell. paul harris and his wife, they were sitting on their patio at
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before going to sleep. they didn't sleep very long before they heard loud noises. >> small explosions, like poof, poof. and then i got up, and as soon as i opened up my door, i looked down my hallway and the whole front room is gone. >> harris, his wife and their two kids, luckily they all got out safely. there was a lot of damage done. unfortunately there was no time to get any belongings their house. the fire was started by a hot water heater, and firefighters believe it was accidental. activists still gathering tonight at steele indian school park for what they are calling a day of solidarity. the pipeline would carry oil through north dakota through south dakota and into iowa to an
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according to the standing sioux tribe, the area contains artifacts and they are worried the water could be contaminated in the area. right after changes, airport officials were inundated with hundreds of noise complaints, and since then citizens and officials have been fighting in court to get quiet in the neighborhood, but as ty brennan reports, that still heart disease not happened. >> every few minutes, planes are airport neighborhoods, residents still upset about flight paths being changed two years ago. before the flight paths were changed, planes would take off, head over the salt river before changing paths, but right now they are headed right out over populated neighborhoods. for two years now, steve says he's had to live with the constant sound of planes taking
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flying right over his historic phoenix home. >> we can't enjoy barbecues and family time, and there's a plane flying over right now. we can't do interviews in my front yard without being interrupted, so it's been a big change. >> the flight paths changed two years ago this sunday. the assistant aviation director at sky harbor says the flight paths were changed when the f.a.a. unveiled new technology which was supposed to be new efficient and safe for public airlines, called next gen, but there was never any public comment before the changes happened. lawsuits were filed to change the flight paths back, but a year after that lawsuit, nothing has changed. but she is hopeful that the residents and the f.a.a. can come to a resolution. >> we can reach their goals, but they need to understand that there's more at stake than just
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we are told that the legal briefs are now in the hands of the courts and it's up to them to decide what to do next. ty brennan, fox 10 news. yesterday we told you about a meeting that was going on tro to try to figure out what to do with students who were suddenly displaced after anywhere schools were changed for structural reasons. today it's announced this students from challenger school, attending class at the alhambra family resource center. what do is attend a full day of school. before they were talking about splitting the students up. the change will not happen until friday. challenger was one of two schools that was closed due to structural problems there. if you have had trouble getting great seats to a great concert, bruce springsteen or other shows, congress is now doing something about that. we'll explain. and congress is also investigating hillary clinton's
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congress say they want to see donald trump face a criminal investigation as well. if you would like to contact me on social media, it would be great to hear from you. you can find m
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michael sanford was arrested last june in las vegas when he reportedly tried to grab a police officer's gun to shoot trump at a campaign rally. he had tickets to a trump rally in phoenix two days later as a backup plan. thanks to a plea deal, he faces two years in prison before being deported. he was facing 20 years in prison. democrats want investi trump group to florida's attorney general. according to the associated press, bondi solicited that complaint from trump after her office got complaints from
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capitol hill. >> reporter: the committee served subpoenas on four witnesses, three turned up and two refused to answer questions. >> on the advice of counsel, i respectfully decline to answer and assert my fifth amendment constitutional privilege. >> on the advice of counsel, i respectfully decline to answer and assert my fifth amendment privilege. >> they worked for colorado based flat river networks. the clinton's server. >> we are starting to think this whole thing is really covering up a lot of bad stuff. they wanted something in writ writing, because they knew they were going to get thrown under the bus later on. >> another staffer got an immunity deal from the justice
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the clinton e-mail practices. they were a no-show and now face legal consequences. >> if you are served a subpoena from the united states congress, it is not optional. >> democrats said the republican investigation was a charade and designed to attack clinton and humiliate the witnesses. late last night, the republican chairman also served a subpoena on the fbi, demanding the entire well as back up notes from agents. the files sent to congress are already heavily redacted, including some section of classified information. an fbi official could not point it a single constitutional law or provision to justify those edits. well, there's a little bit of weather out there tonight, has been through the day. but things are clearing up, and in fact the sun is going to shine, but temperatures are
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hi mom. grandma! oh! joey run and get a cookie, ok? let me see it today. this is what it can be like to have shingles. a painful blistering rash. oh! mom. if you had chickenpox the shingles virus is already inside you. one in three people will get shingles in their lifetime. grandma, want to play? maybe later sweetie.
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fox 10 news is back. these are amazing pictures, and now the question is, is there water on mars? we keep asking that question. pnasa sending some new images back from the mars rover curiosity, and it almost looks like some hiking trails here in arizona. according to nasa, the rover came across dozens of dark streaks which could be water seeping up from the plan et's international rules prohibit curiosity from touching any part of mars that might contain water in order to prevent contamination. nasa will reroute the rover to ensure that the site is not disturbed. your exclusive accuweather forecast with dave munsey. >> there's sign, no not touch it. >> all right. makes so innocence to me. -- makes no sense to me. let's talk about something that does make sense, the weather.
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either, but there is nice weather out there. the weather is staying kind of stable here, temperatures holding in the 90s, it is 88 degrees right now, winds out of the south southwest at 13. 84 at deer valley, 83 at apache junction, 84 in mesa, 84 in surprise, temperatures coming down nicely. a little bit of moisture around the state. all of that moisture is staying to the east of us here. we have seen a little bit of clutter by which means it's probably just something coming off the radar. it might be a little moisture in the air in that area, and you can see that stuff is kind of clearing out from the east here. there's safford in right there, east fork, and as we get up in show low, you'll see right up in this area here, with that moisture kind of pushing through, we run up flagstaff and then look north of there, and as we back off, and you can get a look at it here from a distance,
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it's still pretty windy out there. look at that, 26-mile-an-hour gusts in winslow, 12-mile-an-hour gusts in payson, 25 miles an hour up in flagstaff. and here's your high on the day, 98 degrees surrounded by some low 90s, some mid-90s, and some upper 90s as well. we had 68 degrees in flagstaff, 77 degrees in prescott, 79 in payson, and 100 degrees at gila bend. 98 for our high today, 78 for the 101 and 78 would be the normal high and low. there's your record high at 109, your record low 55. forecasting for tomorrow mid-90s once again, mid to low 90s throughout the entire valley here. as far as the rest of the state goes, we are forecasting a few 60s and 70s across the mountains. it will be 80 degrees in sedona. this is your forecast for overnight lows, and boy, don't they like nice again. have a few 60s thrown into that
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as we look across the country, we see some freezing temperatures up in the northwest, so that chilly weather hanging on. a little bit of flooding after heavy storms across portions of southern iowa, and then showers down in the southeast with a tropical storm hanging around down there, creating a lot of moisture, and you can see the temperatures still hanging around. look at memphis 95 degrees today, 73 degrees overnight here, and then take a look at it. lots of 90s for you to deal with. we have some very close to 100 and may step over the line. watch your kids around water. >> dave, thank you. well, for decades, cholesterol and fats have been linked to heart disease but not sugar. thanks to some behind the scenes wheeling and dealing, we are now finding out.
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launched a campaign designed to down play the link between sugar and heart disease. the sugar association in a statement says it should have exercised greater transparency in its research activities. coming up, a college football player arrested and suspended for punching a ref, but he says i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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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." he's going like "i don't remember!?
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she's missing out on the rich classroom discussion and catching up on social media instead. #notcool. #remedialreading. #ohlooktheregoesyourgpa. surprisingly, kids with poor oral health are three times more likely to miss school. crest. don't let them miss out. hard time gettin fox 10 news is back. if you are having a hard time getting tickets to, say, the latest bruce springsteen concert or maybe a college football game, congress is working on making that easier for you to score some seats. ticket sellers and resellers testified at a senate hearing today. congress is cracking down on the use of computerized software by ticket brokers that snap up tickets. these so-called bots buy as many
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for significant markups. members of the senate commerce committee are expected to vote on similar legislation very soon. a 19-year-old college football player is suspended for punching a ref in the face during a game, and now that player is calling foul, saying the punch just was just an accident. the 19-year-old says he exchanged words with his opponent but that doesn't appear to be what was caught on camera. >> what i do to calm myself down when i'm frustrated, i tend hit my helmet so i can try to like focus up, and then after that like the ref like fell. >> college police examined the game video and arrested on suspicion of battery. >> i was in shock. they handcuffed me and i was
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away. >> the college football association also suspended him for 60 months. >> for somebody who inadvertently hit the referee, we don't think that's acceptable. >> i had a dream of playing football, but i just wanted to get my free education. >> interesting story to say the least, marc, that's for sure. well, he has the ability to give you at least one play this you'll rave about for weeks. david johnson, number 31, (vo) shop all makes, models and colors in your neighborhood... all with worry-free ownership. people who buy more vehicles than anyone...
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fox 10 sports with jude lacava in hd. you know a player is special when he can give you at least one play that you remember for a long time. now, last year, remember this david johnson run against the philadelphia eagles. sunday night he practically duplicated that run against the patriots. look at the contact, the spin, the stiff-arm, the stiff-arm, and then the speed down field. he's special, and you know he is going to get the sunday against the tampa bay buccaneers. if you didn't know any better, especially with some of these madden games, you would say this is like playing the madden video game. look at the balance, the speed, the strength of david johnson. if you are taking some pluses we from sunday night, the running of david johnson certainly was one. no doubt about it. watch it again. look at the contact, the spin, the balance and then the speed.
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>> almost the same identical run me made in philly last year, so you know it's there ultimate time. so every time he hits it, you know, it's not always going to crack, but he pounded pile pretty good for three and four, three and four. >> nfl coming your way sunday, 8:00 a.m., fox nfl kickoff, 9:00 a.m. fox nfl sunday, and then buccaneers at the cardinals. we'll be on coverage with analyst max starks. dbacks segura, a deal that worked out for sure. bottom of the first inning, dbacks, man they would love to grab a couple of wins against the rockies. lam still in the bottom of the 1st, drives in goldie, a big night for goldie, 3-3. some of the young guys starting to kick it up a notch. segura comes back in the bottom
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finally a slugfest on the side of arizona, 17 hits tonight against the rockies, and that continued. this time brandon drury, his 13th home run to make it 7-4, 11-4 the final. one of the all-time greats retiring after this season, think about her three point shooting percentage, she did it again very impressive. although this mercury team is still struggling to try to clinch a play-off spot against the sparks tonight. they go down in a tough loss. brittney griner inside, little baby hook shot here, they lose to l.a. 90-85. a reminder, sports night after dark coming up in about five minutes. see you tomorrow. >> thanks, jude. won't miss it. modern family is coming up next.
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