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thank you for joining us thank you for joining us for fox 10 news at 10:00. we begin with a news alert out of baltimore. eight people have been shot, including a 3-year-old girl and police are searching for three the officers say the suspects were armed with a shotgun and two hand guns and they think they ran from the scene after the shooting. we'll keep you updated as we
>> drop the gun. drop the gun. >> after days of public outrage and protests, police in north carolina releasing dash cam and body cam footage of tuesday's police shooting. the shooting. scott seems to be backing away from the officer before being shot. more protests in charlotte following the release of the video. it is not clear what led to the shooting. we did reach out to a local law enforcement officer who spoke about the footage and gave us insight about the shooting. >> reporter: it is extremely
emotional reaction to video of this nature. law enforcement says you must gather all of the pieces of information before you form a conclusion. especially in today's age, when there is an officer's involved shooting, the public is eager to see dash camera or body camera footage to expose what happens. the police officers association sas footage isn't always a clear picture. >> angles are off, perspectives is lost. compress the video throws data out and you can have anomalies on video. it can blur stuff, it can enhance stuff, it can show things that aren't there. videos are a challenge. they don't lie but they don't tell the whole truth. >> reporter: he admits it is a long process that starts with being objective and gathering all of the information, evidence, and context. >> once we gather everything we have then we put the pieces
were reasonable. >> reporter: he has looked over dash cam, body cam of the shooting of keith lamont scott. he says once he refuses to drop his weapon and moves that is when the officer opens fire. >> there are 10 commands to drop his gun. >> reporter: the family says he suffered brain injury. >> action is faster than reaction. there is nothing that says an officer has to wait for a gun is pointed am them because if you wait until a gun is pointed at you, it is too late. reporter: the charlotte police chief says the footage won't prove anything true or not. it can only support the physical
a whole can improve the complete puzzle that any police officer can offer. marcy jones, fox 10 news. >> a lot of people reacting to this on facebook. let's look at the comments being left on our page. brandon says this video shows nothing for either side but he had a gun with his fingerprints& and d.n.a. and blood on it that shows he had it when shot. i protection, yet, something went wrong here. next comment from julie, the cop from the right leans over and picks something up. other news tonight, an ambulance carrying a patient gets hit by a light rail train.& this happened in tempe near apache and tempe. the ambulance was trying to make a u-turn and the light rail's
ambulance had a dent in the back. one man saw the accident. he says it looks like that ambulance, again, making the u-turn there and the person inside may have gotten shaken up pretty badly. the parent was taken to the hospital. no word if there were any more injuries. police asking for your help trying to find the man who shot a man in his car. victim's car and shot him in the chest. the victim was taken to the hospital and is expected to survive. if you have seen this man, you're urged to call silent witness at 480-witness. one of the stars of the fox shows "scream queens" making a stop in the valley. author, actress jamie lee curtis is promoting her children's book all while sporting the candidate she thinks will make the best
and she killed two birds with one stone with her book signing and answering phones for presidential candidate hillary clinton. >> changing hands bookstore puts on the best book signings in arizona and for them to bring in a celebrity like jamie lee curtis, it is just a special event. >> reporter: jamie lee curtis reading and signing copies of the book. >> the book is told from the standpoint of a teacher who brings her grandmother's suitcase into first and second graders and said this is what happened to my grandmother. she was told to fill up the suitcase. >> reporter: the teacher in the book asks her students to fill it with things they would want to take.
are we and what is important to us so that is what the book is about. >> reporter: curtis says it is a coincidence that the book is about immigration at the time the country is in an immigration divide. she is a proud supporter for hillary clinton and answered phones to encourage voters to get involved. >> i have aligned myself with hillary clinton. i think she is the most trusting, headed, intelligent, experienced candidate that we have ever had and i think she will be a great president of the united states. >> reporter: as far as her political views, she says her parents were involved in politics growing up and she thought this year was important and she felt she would regret it if she did not get involved. danielle miller, fox 10 news.
individuals and they did a fantastic job securing the scene. >> authorities say this man opened fire at the mall friday night killing five people before leaving inside a macy's store. seattle times reports one of the victims was a 16-year-old girl who was a cancer survivor. officials say they don't have a motive for the shooting but there is no evidence pointing to terrorism. with the debates a couple days getting ready for the big stage. both campaigns making stops for more voters. donald trump holding a rally in virginia. trump says if he is elected president, he will strengthen the borders. >> we want to stop the massive flow of refugees, protect our borders, and we want to reduce the rising crime and violence in
>> reporter: democratic v.p. nominee tim kaine's in virginia. he was at a fall festival. >> first, the state recognizes the tribe under governor allen in the early 1990's was the first step. now we're working on the federal recognition. >> reporter: he says he and running mate hillary clinton plan to increase recognition for tribal communities. still to come absolutely gorgeous around the state of arizona today. a beautiful fall day but we have big changes. we're talking a major warmup and then a cool down. we'll break it down for you
good saturday evening. hopefully, you were able to get out and enjoy today. 79 degrees. just a light breeze coming out of the east at 5 miles an hour. most everybody still in the 70's. 79 at sky harbor. 74 in ahwatukee and maricopa and gateway. cooling down in the northern part of our state. they could be in the freezing range in the northern part of our state in flagstaff,
taking a look at satellite and radar, not a lot to talk about today. we have big changes in the forecast. we're going to start this out tomorrow evening around 7:00. we're going to start to see the clouds move up from the south. monday morning is when we're going to possibly see storms start to move in to the southern portion of the state. by the afternoon, those could potentially come into the valley. you could see those come into the area. 90 degrees was our high. cooler than normal. take a look at what you can expect for tomorrow, 95 degrees for your high in phoenix. absolutely gorgeous then big changes coming into the forecast when we talk about the storms coming in. the temperatures take a
up for veterans event kicked the fourth annual standup for veterans event kicking off at glendale community college helping veterans find jobs. there were 50 employers looking to hire veterans. the mayor of glendale says other cities are taking notice about this event. >> i've got the mayor of goodyear that came up this morning just to see what we're
the message from the sun devil footballteam all week the message from the sun the message from the sun devil footbal and that is all that matters. time for the devils to open pac 12 play against cal. the maroon monsoon in full effect and cal got off to an early start. davis web with a beautiful touch pass to robinson. 7-0, cal and things did not look good for the devils early on. he twists his knee. he ended up returning late in
bad. we are awaiting word what the injury was. chad hanson for the touchdown. 14-3, cal. a.s.u. would respond. they could not go away. it is 17-10, cal. a.s.u. startin to chippewa -- chip away. beautiful touchdown to brandon singleton and here comes wilkins again. webb is going to through a slip pass here to watson and watt isn't -- watson is going to do the rest. a.s.u. responds with a touchdown and kicked a field goal and took the lead, 37-34 late in this one. to tucson, the arizona wild cats
the country, washington huskies. arizona early on. j.j. taylor with a short touchdown run here, 7-0, wild cats. watch the reverse play here by washington. john ross gets a great block by his cornerback and ross does the rest and takes it down the sideline and into the end zone for the touchdown. we are tied at seven. the wild cats come back with their quarterback. kind of a duel passer, here he keeps it and i think washington defense underestimated the speed. he is freed for the touchdown. wild cats takes the lead but
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