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who were here during the incident are telling us the person responsible for this was using a rifle. luckily, nobody was hurt. as of tonight, the suspect or suspects behind the crimes are still on the loose. phoenix police responded to pat o's bunk house around 9:30 last night for a reported armed robbery. two men approached people getting out of their car in a parking lot, one of armed. the suspects took one of the victim's cellphone. an hour later, police responded to a second similar robbery near indian school and 16th street. two men dispred -- entered the patio area and demanded cellphones. both of the bars are frequented by the lbgt community. police say at this point, there
were targeted for the reason but an employee at a similar bar thinks so. >> absolutely, two gay bars on a tuesday night within an hour of each other. we feel targeted. >> reporter: the armed robberies have been the topic of conversation putting people on high alert. >> we look at things different because of pulse. we're more aware than we have ever been before. >> reporter: because of the recent events, if people something, they should always say something. >> anybody is suspicious let us know, come to us, we can handle it. communication is key between the bar, the community, all over. >> reporter: even though the armed robberies did not happen at the bar where she works, she says there has been a few safety precautions have been put in place. the staff is not allowing any
themselves. anyone with information on these armed robberies is asked to give police a call. danielle miller, fox 10 news. >> reporter: we do have moisture around the state tonight as we zoom in. you can see a lot of it heading off to the east, some of it coming through the valley. we do have some amounts there. that is over an inch right there. almost an inch and once again close to the city, getting some to come through with some rain. not real heavy rain but once again, you can see almost an inch right here. pretty good amounts as the stuff comes rolling through. here is phoenix right here. you can see that moisture hitting it fairly early this evening and some out there as we continue this. we wanted to show you rosalyn with the moisture being pushed
tropical storm. we'll have a little more weather coming up in a few minutes. >> all right, dave, thank you. police continue to investigate a tragedy in avondale where a 5-year-old boy accidently shoots and kills himself today. investigators say it was early this morning and the boy was home with his mom and two siblings when he went into a bedroom and found a semi automatic hand gun. the mom found the toddler with a gunshot wound to the head. >> i a 5-year-old son that plays with him. just rushing home to know it was my neighbor's son, it was heartbreaking. >> that little boy was rushed to the hospital where he sadly died from his injuries. police say the gun belonged to the father that was not home and detectives are continuing to investigate but so far, no charges have been fired.
detectives arranged to meet a suspect to buy drugs on an undercover drug investigation. when they went to make an arrest, the suspect put his car in reverse and began ramming his vehicles. he began to point a gun at them and that is when they opened fire. the suspect remains in the hospital tonight. there was a passenger in the car , he officers' orders. he was booked on a with standing warrant. in glendale, they are taking a new approach to sketches by using computers instead of artists. the crime hand back on sunday morning when a woman was attacked near 91st avenue and bethany home road. she says the suspect held her
instead of using a sketch artist, glendale police had her create her own composite. it is a design system. it is an interactive computer program that provides a pallete of hundreds of markers that victims can choose from. >> it allows the victim to go in and use different characterristics. they get to select different eyes, different ear, different do it. >> the sketch she came up with, as you can see, looks like the suspect that was arrested. the tips cape pouring in and it led to the arrest of jeffrey charles wilson. the glendale police department is the only police department using this sketch technology. a number of polls indicates
grabs in the presidential debate, which is why donald trump may be coming back to our state. he will make a stop in prescott valley this tuesday. he plans to hold a rally starting at 2:00 in the afternoon. the doors plan to open at 11:00 a.m. you can get tickets on the donald trump website. the latest stop would be trump's sixth to arizona since announcing his candidacy. he said would build a wall along the border. the head of the border patrol said his top priority is trying to change the internal culture within an agency that deals with fatal shootings, corruption, and low moral. protests continue tonight in
minutes east of san diego following the shooting death of an african american man. the shooting was caught on video. detectives say they don't want it released to the public just yet. a billboard popped up in the valley that reads hope, not the man behind the billboard is an activist in the valley. reporter: he is putting up more than a dozen billboards across town featuring a caucasian police officer and an african-american man. he hopes the billboards will spread the message of reverend maupin has turned from protests to posters.
popping up all over the valley. maupin says they are a message of peace and reconciliation between police and black communities. >> hopefully, it brings awareness that police are doing what they need to do and the black people need to be treated with respect. >> reporter: between them, maupin's message, hash tag our lives matter, hash tag our choices matter, hope not hate, not violence. maupin has planned four protests drawing attention to police shootings, most recently against the fatal shooting of a 19-year-old by tempe police. do you think it is an effective message? >> i hope so. it needs to stop. >> reporter: phoenix becker boards are running the boards
help the problem. the communities need to talk to each other. >> reporter: two other billboards are running on i-10 and another by i-10 and bell road. i'm kristy siefkin, fox 10 news. coming up, a major bust here in the valley. what maricopa county sheriff deputies uncovered in this phoenix home. it is is not something you see every with its horns instead of the other way around. we'll hear from the driver. >> reporter: congress hands president obama a stunning rebuke in the override of the 9/11 veto. the story is coming up. >> if you would like to reach me on social media, i would love to hear from you.
the maricopa county sheriff's office - busting a the maricopa county the maricopa county sheriff's office busting a huge marijuana growing operation this morning. the bust happening near 40th street and roeser and that is where deputies uncovered 1,200 marijuana plants. they also found hundreds of thousands of dollars in equipment, guns, and six cars. in all, the operation is said to be valued at $9 million. two men they are facing charges of money laundering and other drug charges. this was a first for president obama's time in always. members in both parties in both chambers rejected the president's veto allowing 9/11 victims' families to sue saudi arabia over their involvement.
victims. the choice is clear, i urge my colleagues to override. >> reporter: it was the rarest of circumstances, liberal democrat chuck schumer employing his colleagues to override president obama's veto. it gives the families of victims from 9/11 to sue the government if they are found to be complicit in the terrorist attacks. some senators were torn empathy for 9/11 and how it could affect democracy. >> it is an example of why sometimes, you have to do what is hard. frankly, i wish congress here had done what is hard. >> reporter: so far silent is saudi arabia, the country most likely to be singled out by
15 of the 9/11 hijackers were saudis. a report suggests that a saudi connection to 9/11 should be probed in a court of law. the saudis seeing this is a domestic situation that they should not interfere. they see themselves as a loyal ally on the u.s. war on terror. they have given intelligence and data that has hel terrorism plots. >> reporter: a little bit of rain out there this evening. what about tomorrow? is it go i think to carry
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all right, some video from sky fox out in glendale. kind of a dark night. we had rain out there. it -- i took a walk during dinner break and there was some sprinkles. >> reporter: i got some on the car and that is what you're seeing. as we look at it right know, the city is looking pretty good and there is still rain out there. 85 degrees right now and the winds are dying down pretty good hour. the city is looking crisp out there on the night. up at deer valley, we have 80 degrees. 78 in apache junction and buckeye right now. we have, let me see, 82 degrees. moisture coming out of the south and lots of it. not a lot making it into the valley but some made it into the valley. you see phoenix over here and casa grande area, a couple of
that particular area as well. we did see an inch or so way south of the valley and northeast of the valley we saw pretty good amounts as well. look at the dew point temperatures, 50's and 60's south of us. lots of 50's and 60's to the north of us at this time. 96 was the high on the day today. 97 in 95 in chandler. er numbers, we had up at page, 82 degrees. the grand canyon, 70. 79 in payson. 95 in gila bend. 90 on tucson. 96 on the high, 76 on the low. there is your record high at 108. record low at 50 degrees. other numbers we have for you are the forecast highs about the
it is back in the low 90-degree range. we do see low 90's, mid 90's mixed in there and a couple of 80's mixed in there as well. 94 in gila bend. we look across the country here, we have a couple of areas, of course, the moisture out of the south that we've been dealing with. more flooding in iowa continues there as the rivers continue to have problems. as you can see here, problems in the the virginias. we saw pretty good storms on the day and night tonight. 74 overnight. chance of rain, 91 tomorrow. we'll see cloud cover and a little chance of tomorrow. the 90's running out as we run into the 80's. they are going to hang on for a while. watch your kids around water. it was an attack caught on camera but this was no order their attack.
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thing to hit a deer with your it is one thing to hit a deer with your car and it is another entirely when the deer tries to hit you back when you're sitting in that car. that is exactly what happened to a driver in new jersey and this was caught on tape. patrol officer nick austin are su he is not sure anyone would believe him. a car hits a deer and the deer came back for revenge. >> just witnessed a vehicle hitting a deer and the driver opened the door and the deer came back at the vehicle. >> reporter: if sounds like hard to believe, imagine being the driver. >> there was a lot of antlers and snorting.
come at her. >> i just grabbed a hold of her antlers and put my foot on her chest to try to keep her from coming in more. >> i just thought, what would they do if it came back at me. >> reporter: the deer ran off and it died. >> when it collaps >> reporter: a serious attitude adjustment for the arizona cardinals as they get ready for the rams. tyrann mathieu has an
>> reporter: starting rookie quarterbacks in the nfl has been a bit of a trend as of late. think about what is happening in philadelphia and the dallas cowboys. two teams are rolling but not the rams. the key here for jeff fisher, the 28-year-old veteran quarterback getting the job down. they were shut out by the 49ers in game one but they battled back to beat the seahawks. they have weapons when you think about it. you have the running game with todd gurley, you have a defense that is aggressive when you think of aaron donald and robert
fresh start in los angeles. the rams, 2-1. the cardinals, 1-2. for tyrann mathieu the importance of a divisional game is a number one at the top of the list. the honey badger sizing up the showdown against the los angeles rams. >> dog fight, two enemies, probably don't like each other we have to bring our big boy pants with what they did last week. gurley may get 50 touches this week so we have to tackle and we have to communicate with each other and play hard nosed football. >> reporter: here is the lineup come sunday. 9:00 a.m., seahawks at the jets. rams at the cardinals.
phoenix suns training camp rolling on at flagstaff and the campus of n.a.u. there the dragon bender, a couple of new faces. the young star devin booker. earl watson with what he hopes to see happen this season. >> our thing is no victory and our players do a great job in buying into the moment. our thing is to capture the moment, continue to get better and have fun our mistakes through video so we leaf it on the court. >> reporter: diana tarascy getting it done at the lynx. nails the three ball, 25 points but the defending champs, lynx, moore put on a show. hits the jumper, watch the dribble drive right here.
of the glass. 31 points for moore. easy reverse lay in and it is all minnesota. they go on to win, 113-95 that is game one of the semis. arizona diamondbacks, shelby miller at the nationals. a nice play by paul goldschmidt. shelby went five innings, scattered five hits and got help from brandon drury and drives in this game was called with the heavy rain back east after six innings and the diamondbacks go on to win, 3-0. they will take it any way they can get it. >> that is why we sent the rain in there. >> reporter: dave gets the save on this one. >> thanks for being with us. fox 10 news is back tomorrow morning at 4:30 a.m.
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