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hillary clinton might have gotten it a little bit on style points and substance, but that remains to be seen. that's at least some of the early reviews coming out of this debate. all in all, i am not sure it moved the needle all that much. the interesting thing about tonight marc was donald trump kind of had an opportunity here, because he had been gaining in the polls. he was coming into this debate as an underdog. if he could have separated from hillary clinton and really had a big, big performance, have caused that separation to get going. i think that wasn't the kind of night he had tonight. that was evident in the spin room. right off the bat, we got into the clinton e-mails. donald trump talked about it and hillary clinton tried to defend it. take a listen. >> i made a mistake using a private e-mail. >> that's for sure. >> and if i had to do it over
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differently. but i'm not going to make any excuses, it was a mistake, and i take responsibility for that. >> mr. trump? >> that was more than a mistake. that was done purposely. okay? that was not a mistake. that was done purposely. when you have your staff taking the fifth amendment, taking the fifth so they are not prosecuted, when you have the man who set up the illegal server taking the fifth, i think it's disgraceful, and believe me, this country really thinks it's disgraceful also. >> reporter: now, all of this is still kind of old ground, and the point that i have been making throughout the evening is that for voters who were trying to learn something new about these two people tonight, i'm not sure they did. took a look take a listen. they also talked about trump's comments about women, disparaging women. hillary clinton went after donald trump on that score tonight as well. >> this is a man who has called women pigs, slobs, and dogs, and
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is an inconvenience to employers, who has said -- >> i never said that. >> -- women don't deserve equal pay, unless they do as good a job as men. >> i didn't say it. she has experience, but she's got bad experience, and this country can't afford to have another four years of that kind of experience. >> reporter: that may be donald trump's most potent argument, that if you want change, you're probably not going to get from hillary clinton, that he is the only opportunity to be an agent for change because he's shotgun new and different. donald trump ventured into the spin room after all was said and done, this is unusual and kind of the hallmark of a candidate that maybe thinks they lost. you go in to rewrite history and put a new spin on it. i can tell you, reading the body language of melania trump and
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either. he got through it, but i think some were expecting that we would see donald trump with a little bit more mastery of the details, that there was plenty of time too delve into the details of some of what he wants to do, and we didn't get that tonight. those voters who were a little more skeptical, i am not sure that he soothed them tonight. i am not sure it made a lot of difference, and i frankly thought that the debate was a bit of a letdown. where everybody is anticipating the kickoff, think it's going to be a great four hours, and it turns out to be a little bit of a dud. >> they didn't have to get into some of the older issues, but you -- but what now, >> i think it could get more testy, actually, particularly if the polls don't move in donald trump's favor.
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goes after her. these next two presidential debates, we have got a vice presidential in between, but when they finally face off in las vegas, depending on who is behind, it could get even uglier than tonight. there was a lot of interruption. lester holt lost some control tonight as the moderator. this could be interesting going forward. i just think a lot of voters in the middle, they maybe came away with scratching their heads, saying think. it was kind of messy. >> great. i think you're right, john. you did a great job in new york, and we appreciate that. there were several debate parties around the valley, the republicans holding one at their phoenix headquarters here while the democrats held one over at the el portal restaurant over in phoenix. but what about those who teach and study politics, professors and student's at a.s.u.'s walter
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had their own watch party in downtown phoenix. ty brennan with more on that now. >> reporter: students here at the walter cronkite school of journalism and mass xooukss all came tout watch this tonight for the first time as peers. there were 200 students who came out to watch the first presidential debate tonight. we spoke to a number of students during that debate. for many, this will be their very first time voting for president. we asked them the are you voting for, and does this survey or solidify who you have chosen. >> i'm kind of on the fence. i'm not a fan of either candidate. i probably won't vote for either, personally, i'll probably go third-party. >> but think this help solidify your decision? >> i definitely think so. i think watching it so far, i'm sticking with my decision, and i'm very proud of it.
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sanders, that candidate, would have been able to come through, but unfortunately he wasn't, so i think hillary clinton would be my best bet right now. >> reporter: now, a lot of young voters notoriously don't come out and vote in the polls, and we asked a lot of these students tonight, what do you think about that? and they said during this election season, they think there is going to be a big change, because during this election they basically have been slapped in the face with all of this political coverage, and they think that that night voters to get out there and actually vote in november. reporting live in downtown phoenix tonight, ty brennan, fox 10 news. okay, ty. thanks. well we had a question for you. who do you think was the winner in tonight's debate. we asked you to vote on our twitter poll, unscientific, of course, but more than half of you believed that donald trump came out on twitter. if you haven't voted yet, head over to our twitter page and tell us what you think. there were some people though who decided not to watch
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supporters of libertarian candidate gary johnson, a lot of them gathering outside arizona's state capitol, boycotting, upset that their candidate was not allowed on stage. but they say that his absence doesn't mean he doesn't have a chance. >> we are just asking for people to mention him in the polls, because the new polls start immediately tonight after the debate is over. been up and down. he peaked at around 13% just a few weeks a but the latest poll had him at around 8%. if tonight's presidential debate wasn't enough to get you up to vote, you only have a few weeks left to register. you have until october 10th to do so in person. the election day of course is tuesday november 8th. a sex assault suspect is on
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in this sketch. plus, several threats aimed at valley high schools and what each school is doing now to keep kids safe. and if you would like to contact me on social media, maybe give me your thoughts on tonight's debate, i would like to hear from you over at and you can also follow me on
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you're watching fox 10 news at 10:00 with marc martinez. there were a lot of empty seats at sever schools today following a series of threats all made on social media, and initially eight different schools were the target, but that quickly spread to others within the district. karl hayden high school was the first to receive the threats which mentioned the possibility of violence at the school this morning. the threats quickly spread to other schools. however, the district says classes at those schools were not affected and security was beefed up, nevertheless some
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students to leave early or not go at all. >> it's just a prank, but there were a lot of people that were really affected by it. they thought it was real. >> phoenix police taking the threat seriously. we are told tomorrow's classes will be on regular schedules. >> hands up! >> don't shoot! a morning march across mill bridge in tempe ends with jarrett maupin and two other protesters in they were demanding answers about 19-year-old hollins back in july. police say he had just robbed a walgreens and told everyone that he was armed before he was shot by officers. it turns out he was not armed and it turns out the officer's body camera was not on. >> the squeaky wheel gets oil. if that's what it takes, that's what we'll do. i'm dreading that it has come to this. >> maupin appeared in court this afternoon.
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a public thoroughfare and resisting arrest. the other two protesters have been released. maupin is due back in court next month. glendale police want you to take a look at this sketch, they say the suspect is responsible for a brazen attack on a teenage girl this morning as she walked down the street, the 19-year-old walking near university of phoenix stadium. a man got o pointed a gun at a girl, and forced her underneath a bridge where he sexually assaulted her, the man described as a white male, 145 pounds. they say he is build and has a large bushy mustache. anybody with information is being asked to call glendale police. police in houston trying to figure out why a local man went on a shooting rampage this
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officers. he was wearing a military style uniform embroidered with nazi style symbols, armed with two weapons, more than 2,500 rounds of ammunition. witnesses say they heard the first shots ring out and immediately ran for cover, some of them still in shock that the shooting took place so close to home. >> it went off like a good 25 minutes back and forth. so it was crazy. it makes me feel k but at the same time that's how life is. you never know what people are going through, you know. >> and detectives later found more weapons and ammo inside the suspect's home. they are now looking into whether money problems may have triggered that shooting. coming up, while construction continues on that loop 202 extension, we'll tell you how crews are making sure they protect arizona's plant life along that route. well, we had some rain, but
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dust come through. what about tomorrow and the rest of the week?
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your exclusive accuweather forecast with dave munsey on fox 10 news. all right, dave, a few more days of the monsoon left, and we saw some more activity going on it won't stop. but i'll tell you, after the rain came through downtown phoenix, it was very nice. temperature was nice. look at this right now, 77 degrees, things looking pretty good here, those winds have died down a little bit out of the east southeast right now at seven miles an hour. so it's all sevens for you. 78 degrees at deer valley, 76 for fountain hills, out at apache junction 74 degrees, and in surprise we have the mid-70s for you.
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through, coming out of the east, coming out of new mexico, and you can still see some heading through the valley down here. we get you a look so you can look at the flow coming through, and early pretty heavy, as you can see here, but not so much now. dying down a little bit, a little bit all of cutoff out there in new mexico as well. but you see the valley still picking up a little bit. 91 degrees on the high today, at goodyear 90, at deer valley and 86 in chandler. other numbers that we have for you, 71 at the grand canyon, 82 in sedona, 77 at st. john's, and 77 down in tuscon as well. in yuma it was 101. here's your day, 91 on the high, 75 on the low, 96 and 73 normal high and low, record high 108, record low at 50 degrees. this is what we are forecasting here. just about the same, right around 90 degrees.
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out there, hanging around, trying to get into the show. they will eventually. other numbers that we have are from up north. we have 76 in sedona for the forecast high, 64 in flagstaff, and 70 up at the grand canyon. a few 80s and a few 90s showing up in the desert forecast. looking across the country, windy and hot in california, those santa anas really warming things up, flooding in all across iowa. they a problems with the cedar river there and more flooding in charlotte near north carolina, so they have had some very heavy rain out there as well. 72 overnight, 90 degrees for tomorrow, as we see this fall weather move in. lots of 90s, a few 80s for you, chances of rain through thursday. watch your kids around water. well, returning home from a war zone is always a special time for the men and women of
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she's a slob. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat chested is very hard to be a 10. does she have a good body? no. does she have a fat [expletive]? absolutely.
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live from fox studios, fox 10 news is back. it's the largest construction project in a.d.o.t.'s history, but work on the loop 202 expansion also includes work to protect some of arizona's trees and plant life. more than a thousand palo verde trees as well as hundreds of saguaros and have to be dug up now and moved out of the way, so a.d.o.t. has created a nearby nursery. that's where they will put these plants for the next three years. >> and then once we are done with the freeway main line construction, we'll come back and transplant these freeways back to some of the original locations. >> and the entire loop 202 expansion is expected to be completed in 2019. well, he had to leave his dog behind while he was deployed to the middle east but today an
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his german shephard mix. he was sent over seas over 15 months ago. there's the reunion. today the foster parents reunited zeus with his owner. >> i just couldn't give him up. he's such a good dog, you know, and on top of that when i did his research, i found his foster parents. >> i'm a veteran too. i was in the air force. so doing this is great. >> for the country, and we are doing our service for him with his dog. >> what a great program. it and if you would more information, visit our website,, and click seen on tv. a very special bond with a family that has a son with autism.
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called mike to see if he has a package, and even on days when he doesn't make a package pdelivery, mike tries to drive y the house and honk his horn. >> i try to put myself in the family's shoes and say, hey, it's not that big a deal to make a phone call or do a little extra, so why not do it? >> whether it's getting a package or the neighbors getting package, or just seeing mike, that's enough of a to keep him going the family sometimes invites him inside the house to eat and he even celebrated hanukkah with the family. there's a lot of people talking about the cardinals right now, and we are going to discuss that next. this isn't the script many expected, offense sputtering. you're going to want to hear what bruce arians had to say you're going to want to hear what bruce arians had to say today abo what is driving performance? it's not a weekend hobby. you have to live and breathe it for 50 years.
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well, he got picked off with four interceptions, and i asked coach arians to kind of size up, defense catching up with that big down field pass that was so prominent in their offense last year. here's what he had to say. >> no, because mike floyd, the first one is two yards behind him, and he split the thing perfect, and you have just got to throw it a little bit further. he jumps up and makes that catch a bunch of times. you have got to make that we forced one to john brown when we had three guys open underneath, trying to get something started. >> hey, can you believe this, ten years ago this week, the new orleans super dome opened up after hurricane katrina, the saints hosting the atlanta falcons, matt ryan, a beautiful pass to devonta freeman, a big game for you fantasy leaguers.
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here, picked off by deion jones who goes 90 yards on the pick 6, 45-32, the falcons over the saints tonight in new orleans. phoenix suns, are you ready for the start of the season? training camp officially starts tomorrow. it's media day. there's bender and len, a team that will be built on some experience and youth, teammates like chandler, but a team that really wants to prove to the marketplace taking a step in the right direction. i asked watson earlier, what do think expect to see? >> we want to view being a top ten team defensively. we have to do that to make the play-offs. we understand that. >> dbacks, nation's capitol, a 20-minute rain delay after the first pitch, and then tomas
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come on with a power surge the second half of the season. a two-run shot, it's all dbacks tonight. they win 14-4 the final. a lot of people would say cards fans, dave and marc, they need to kind of talk to somebody. they need to kind of blow off some steam. i'm going to be that somebody in about five minutes with sports night after dark in about five minutes on my facebook page. it's been expectations not matching what we are seeing on the field. they have to turn the thing around. arians to me is at his best when they are at their worst. he's an underdog coach. >> but you do have your hand on the panic button. >> your therapy session starts when jude? >> five minutes. >> okay. we'll see you. modern family is next.
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