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valley. several thousand people who couldn't get in because the place was filled to capacity over 7,000 people. he gave his standard stump speech on why taking a $900 million loss and not paying incomes taxes for 18 years showcased his skills as a businessman. he stuck to building a border wall, making mexico pay for it, he claim corrupt. here are some highlights. >> nag what -- imagine what our country could accomplish if we worked together under one god saluting one american flag. >> reporter: nearly everyone loved it but not a handful of protesters who scuffled with security and trump sporters and
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afterwards, trump fans gave the donald high marks. >> i like the fact he is brand new. he is a businessman. he the not in politics. he calls out what the going on forever. >> i'm excited. i'm hopeful. >> reporter: what excites you about donald trump? >> he want to restore the constitution that has been slowly eroded by the other side. >> reporter: a few protesters outside were not impressed. >> i prepared to be president. i think he is in it for himself. i don't think he is good for the country. >> reporter: the crowd loved what donald trump had to say. the challenge for mr. trump going forward is expanding his appeal to people who are not already in his camp. in prescott valley, steve krafft, fox 10 news. the candidates for vice president square off tonight in their only debate.
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making their cases on why their running mate is the best choice to lead the country. >> donald trump during this campaign called mexicans rapists and criminals. he called women, slobs, pigs, disgusting. i don't like saying that in front of my wife and mother. he attacked an indiana judge saying he was unqualified to hear a lawsuit because his father was mexican. he went after john mccain because he was captured. >> ours is an insult-driven campaign? if donald trump said all the things he said in the way you said he said them, he would not have a fraction of the insults when hillary clinton said half of our supporters were a base celt of deplorables. >> hillary clinton and donald
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debate this sunday at washington university in st. louis, missouri. john hook and steve krafft will be reporting live from st. louis. the eye of the hurricane, hurricane matthew has made landfall tonight near cuba. matthew remains a strong category four hurricane with and at least 11 people have died, of course, blamed on the storm as it caribbean. people in south carolina and florida sister been told to brace for matthew. >> reporter: i think this is going to be a hurricane as it comes close to the states. it is going to breeze by miami but there are areas it could hit. it could hit miami at this time. what we're seeing is it is going
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take a look at it. you can see it is very, very big. a huge 130-mile an hour hurricane at this time moving very slow, north at 8 miles an hour, which makes it more dangerous. you can see by the plot it is going to be a little bit to the east of miami the way they are plotting it at this time. this is the big problem, as it skirts up the eastern seaboard, it looks like it is going to be sliding over the outer banks of the carolinas here and that is going to be a problem, especially if it continues to be as powerful as it is and continue to have the storm surge that it has, which the 10-15 feet. also, the heavy, heavy rain that has been displayed in some places. stomach places in haiti are saying they got up to 25-30 inches from this thing. this is a very wet and dangerous
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far as the weather is concerned. we'll have that for you in just a couple of minutes. >> wow, that looks frightening. thank you, dave. have you noticed when you take money out, it is pricey. phoenix has the highest out of network a.t.m. fees, the average $5.05, 50 cents higher than the national average. we have some of the highest overdraft fees so be southwest airlines launching a 72 airfare sale with one-way trips as low as $79 with trips to vegas. we have a link on our website,, if you are wanting to learn more. the freda cola museum is
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the tucson botanical guard -- gardens on october 10. a report by the inspector general casts a shadow on the v.a. hospital. the prosecutor in the jodi arias murder trial the appealing a judgment against him. >> reporter: tim tebow not putting down the bat just yet. today, it was a be playing fall ball here in scottsdale. we talked to people about what
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today bu veterans affairs a report released by the v.a. inspector general shows that veterans are still dying while waiting for care at the phoenix v.a. health care the phoenix v.a. hospital was at the center of a scandal in 2014 after 35 veterans died while awaiting care and veterans were placed on secret waiting lists leaving them waiting up to a year for an appointment. the chairman of the veterans house committee says many of the problems still exist. delays, possibly contributed to the death of at least one
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released a statement today saying in part, this report under scores why ill it is critical for the next director of the v.a. to have the leadership, experience, and authority to bring about change and accountability to ensure our veterans receive the best quality care. this underscores to give the veterans a choice when and where they receive care. of a naked, bloody man running through a neighborhood. it happened last night. al hakeem ran through several yards and ran through someone's home and broke a window. when officers caught up with him, he told them "every time i smoke spice this happens." >> the whole incident was something different than we usually have but we're glad
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in the beginning said something. >> probably should stop the spice immediately. he is facing several charges, including criminal trespassing and disorderly conduct. juan martinez, remember him, the prosecutor from the jodi arias murder trial, he is appealing a decision that he be placed on one year probation. a complaint accusing him of misconduct and unprofessional cases, including the areas -- arias trial. he requested a disciplinary hearing before a judge. >> reporter: if you're enrolled in obamacare in maricopa county, your health insurance is about to change and
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intersection is getting major improvements. last year there were 48 accidents at chandler boulevard and alma school road. one reason, the lack of right-turn lanes. the lanes be added along with double left turn lanes and extra lane on alma school road. the project will begin in january and take eight months to complete. president obama's affordable care act is not living up to some people's expectations. nearly 60,000 people registered for obamacare in maricopa county are about to run out of options. >> reporter: nearly 60,000 people enrolled in obamacare in maricopa county will be left with one insurance carrier called sen teen. brokers don't know what the policies will be or how much it will cost. this valley hairstylist who we'll call angela is self
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shield. she received a letter from the insurer saying they will no longer cover her in 2017. >> i'm shocked i only have two months to figure out what i'm going to do. what should i do? >> reporter: angela is one of 60,000 maricopa residents receiving the same letter all purchased individual blue cross, blue shield plans under the affordable care act. come january, their insurance company the sen teen. >> they were promised they could keep their doctor and their plan and that is not happening anymore. >> reporter: he doesn't expect a price surge but says the cost could be prohibitive. >> some of these people, their house payments are less than what their insurance is. >> reporter: they have four
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plan through your current company, enroll in a limited benefit plan, four, go without health insurance and pay the penalty tax. if you enrolled in a blue cross blue shield family or individual plan before 2014, you will be grandfathered in and can still keep your original coverage. wikileaks founder julian assange hinted at about hillary clinton that would change the election dynamic but he does doesn't deliver on that promise, at least by now. speaking by a television conference, he touted the 10th anniversary and appealed for donations to keep what he is doing going. he did not produce documents that could be damaging to
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significant to the election. >> he says they will be release information about google and mass surveillance and speculations that wikileaks plan to hurt hillary clinton's campaign the false. >> reporter: well, the weather is cooling off very, very nicely. we do see a warm up coming what is driving performance? it's not a weekend hobby. you have to live and breathe it for 50 years. it's the sound... and the fury. it's letting it all hang out there, and it's hanging on for dear life. that is what amg driving performance means. and this is where it lives.
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you know it is winter when the mornings are cool. when grand canyon national park starts to shut down for the winter, you know it is going to get cold. most of the visitors of the north rim stop coming by
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and breakfast will be last meal served on october 16. however, north rim campgrounds sites are available by reservation through the end of the month. bring your winter coat because it is cold up there, even this time of year, right? >> reporter: yes. >> we think it is chilly down here. >> reporter: i had a fire this morning. >> did you really? >> reporter: out on the patio. i read the paper on the >> so it must mean that you are out of the pool. >> reporter: i got out of the pool a couple weeks ago. i had a fire and mya looked at me like i was crazy but she enjoyed it, too. it has been cool in the morning. look at that temperature right now. mid 70's is nice. 75 degrees at the present time. just a light breeze out of the east at 5 miles an hour. city looking pretty good for you
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67 at apache junction. 73 in chandler. we have surprise with 67 degrees right now. high pressure staying in for a little while. things are warming up a little bit. we go to 85 on the day today. 83 at deer valley. 82 at chandler. 86 at goodyear on the day today. 61 up in flagstaff. 86 at lake havasu. 84 in tucson. 88 degrees today in yuma. as the morning wears on, the night wears out, we get down to a nice-looking temperature overnight in the low 60's. last night, early this morning it was 59 degrees. 85 this afternoon. 93 and 70, normal high and low. there is your record high at 103. record low at 46. 85 in the deer valley area for
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88 in chandler. mid 80's in the city so we're pumping it up little bit. a few 60's across the mountains. in the deserts, a few 90's will show up. 91 at yuma. looking across the country, there is snow in montana, 6-8 inches is what they are saying. it is blowing around with windy conditions. this storm system produced warnings for tornadic activity across kansas. we did see, forward here from the south and, of course, what the pushing it up would be matthew. here's matthew right now at 130 miles an hour getting close that is where it is going to come close to miami just skirted a little bit. there is when we see the problem when it gets up to the outer banks of the carolinas here and crosses over, especially if it has the power that it had
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85 degrees for tomorrow. lots of sunshine for you. we get back to the 90's after a couple of days in the 80's. it does stay at or below the seasonal norm for this time of year. watch your kids around water. >> thank you, dave. former nfl star and kern mets minor league tim tebow will report to the fall league where he will play for the scottsdale scorpions. first non-baseball player to play with the scottsdale scorpions. at one point, michael jordan played with the same team. we spoke to a few people about what they think about his upcoming performance. >> he wasn't that great at football so i don't see him transferring over. >> reporter: the new york mets announcing tim tebow will be playing in the upcoming arizona
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scorpions. the quarterback turned outfielders announced in august he would try his hand at the game and he signed with the minor league team. >> i don't have a problem with that. i remember in college, i lived in florida so i watched him as a college player and if he can play ball, great. that is wonderful. >> reporter: others doubt him. >> thinking he can walk in and think he is going to be great. you never know. fall ball appearance won't get him to extra games. for ted, it might get limit to the ballpark. >> it doesn't change anything. >> maybe a little bit, yeah. i wouldn't mind watching him. >> reporter: tebow is set to report on sunday and fall ball starts monday and it goes through november 19. >> reporter: all right, danielle, from baseball to football. another division game for the cardinals and on a short week
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but wait there is more. the cards might have to play their backup quarterback
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you know. my producer jeff lake >> reporter: my producer asked me why is it that almost every time a cardinal player, especially a quarterback gets hurt it is against the rams? think about it.
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blew out his name against the rams and stanton got hurt in the second game. last weekend, several players were hurt. carson palmer had to be helped as he walked off of the field, the concussion a reason why. a short week as the boys take on the 49ers in san francisco on thursday night football. if palmer can't make it through the concussion protocol in time, drew stanton is next man up. before so the cardinals know drew can come through. is to fill these kinds of opportunities if they present themselves. that all renines -- remains to be seen but last game i did not do what i thought i would do. now it is time to prepare for
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on this sunday. it starts with the falcons taking on the defending super bowl champs the denver broncos at 8:00 a.m. no partying on saturday night. before we get to sunday, we have to check in on the college kids and that includes the sun devils looking to bounce back from a loss. up next is ucla and the bruins will be tough to ucla racked up 45 points on the cats last week. josh rosen racked up 350 yards and three touchdowns. he has plenty of weapons, too. coach graham knows this will be a tough pac 12 showdown. >> their quarterback is probably as good as there is that we will
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efficiently as well as the deep ball. he's what makes their whole thing work. >> reporter: we switch gears and talk baseball, correction playoff baseball to be exact. two-run shot. baltimore takes the lead by a score of 2-1. toronto looking to come back and they do. a shot to in to score. we are tied at two a piece. we got a ballgame boys and girls. bottom of the 11, you can kiss that baby goodbye. three-run shot. toronto wins it, 5-2. up next, texas. do or die.
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