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right near 91 avenue and bethany home road. he is facing sexual assault and kidnapping charges and set to be back in court next month. a valley woman facing terror charges after investigators uncover a strange plot to kill several people by detonating a homemade bomb. the attack was supposed to happen inside the walls of a west valley prison. fox 10's nicole garcia joins us live with the details on this. what an elaborate plan. the 49-year-old michelle bastion held on $100,000 bond at the fourth avenue jail. she is a bookkeeper for a bakery and now being accused of co-planning an isis inspired terror attack along with her husband. >> federal and state investigators say bastion was a co-conspirator in a terror plot to kill several people inside the lewis prison where her husband thomas bastion is
2008 murder. her home in florence was raided wednesday. >> five or six law enforcement cars pull up over there and jump out and yell fbi and search warrant,. >> bastion worked as a bookkeeper at this bakery in chandler where she was taken into custody. she did not say much at her initial court appearance. a representative for the arizona attorney general's office did address the judge saying bastion was a danger to society. >> the defendant appears beacily influenced by a co-con spnter in this matter co-conspirator in this matter. >> thomas bastion was a radicalized while in prison. isis and along with instructions on how to make a bomb were found inside his prison cell. investigators say bastion was going to plant the bomb in a vending machine with the goal of murdering bystanders and the prison warden. investigators believe michelle
bomb making materials into the prison so her husband could carry out the attack. >> yeah, crazy. to think it was -- she has to get the stuff to make the bomb and then he has to get it around the warden. that's crazy them people think they can do that. >> and michelle bastion now facing two terrorism counters and one count of conspiracy to promote prison contraband. the arizona attorney general's office says this is an on going investigation and her may face charges in the future as well. reporting live, nicole garcia, "fox 10 news." police investigating a shooting in west phoenix. it happened at 75 avenue and indian school. apparently this was a drive-by shooting a car drove by one of the people inside opened fire on a person walking down the street. a hispanic man in his 20s was shot several times and he also fired back. a neighbor heard the gunshots.
had bang. i look outside and everything and i didn't hear -- or see anything. walked outside and a few minutes later i hear a couple of cars coming by, you know. that's about it. >> the victim was rushed to the hospital. condition is not known. surveillance video captures two suspects in a purse snatching out of phoenix. watch this video. on august 30 the man and woman in this video stole a purse from a woman who was unloading groceries near tatum and victim and then the man punched her in the face. they were caught on camera using credit cards at another business where this video is from. they were seen driving a white newer model suv that just passed by the screen. if you have any information on these two, you are being asked to call phoenix police. >> this is a mess in the west side today. an 18 wheeler leaking diesel fuel shut down 67th avenue near camelback earlier today. haz-mat crews worked on the clean up that contained the leak
this afternoon. sheriff joe arpaio the subject of another court hearing today. although the sheriff did not attend, the subject should his work place raids targeting undocumented immigrants be declared illegal. a federal judge will decide that question. steve krafft joins us live with the story tonight. >> reporter: well, the district court judge asked to make the call by the federal court of appeals. some 800 people have been deported in 80 controversial work place immigration raids from 2008 to 2014. according to puente movement which wants them stopped. but the sheriff and the maricopa county attorneys say they are within their rights to conduct the raids. >> a workplace raid like this one. that's how romero was arrested. she came to the u.s. from mexico as a three-year-old. she was working as a cashier in a supermarket. >> it was scary because i never been -- i had never been in any
first time i was handcuffed and taken into jail. >> that raid and many more like it. puente movement an immigrants rights advocates want them to stop for good. >> arpaio is not only doing these raids for the people he was picking up and criminalizing them, detaining them and deporting them, but he was creating this attrition thought to make our lives miserable that we self-deport to create fear in our families. >> attorneys for the immigrants group argued federal law blocks the sheriff and county attorney bill matters into their own hands. >> but attorneys representing the maricopa county attorneys office and the maricopa county sheriff's office said the raids were not about illegal immigration at all. but about identity theft. >> we cannot be preempted from carrying out legitimate police functions that are retained by the state's under the tenth amendment. >> the judge will decide if the raids can stay or if they must go.
under advisement and that's legal talk meaning, now he has heard from both sides and is thinking about it and will decide the case in the coming weeks. steve krafft, "fox 10 news." thank you. northern arizona university's homecoming parade and football game is saturday. and many bars will be opening at 6:00 in the morning. it's known as tequila sunrise. for obvious reasons. last year things got a little out of control. too much tequila and not enough sunrise. there was a lot going on. police officers will be out on patrol for the annual drinking festival. all eyes on another hurricane in the atlantic. this one is hurricane nicole. it's strengthened to a category 4 storm overnight and then dropped to a category 3 as it hit the island of bermuda. hurricane nicole snapped trees, flooded homes, peeled off roofs as it pummeled the british territory. they are still calling nicole extremely dangerous.
are closed today and tomorrow in nearly 30,000 people right now are without power. there are no reports of any deaths or injuries. north carolina residents are dealing with major flooding caused by hurricane matthew still dealing with it. some can only get around by boat. north carolina's governor pat mccrory says help is on the way. the federal government has released more than $2 million in aid to help residents with damage costs. emergency crews are assessing the damage and working to try to rebuild damaged areas. well a warm and sunny fall day for us here in the valley and in fact we are above normal. we will have a look at your forecast and when we can expect temps to cool down a little bit coming up. with less than a month to go before the election, dueling controversies surrounding both of the presidential campaigns. also the alarming number of teen driving crashes and the numbers that have parents in law enforcement very concerned. does the name austin
yet, but he is starting to make waves. the first round nhl pick is setting the ice on fire and he is a local kid. back in a minute. sheriff paul babeu was headmaster at desisto school in massachusetts. a boarding school rife with abuse. a lot of things went down that probably shouldn't have. this isn't about abuse or neglect, because none of this was found. except these records show the state found it, students and parents testified about it, and a judge ordered it to stop. the cornering, the sheeting, i didn't know how to
democratic nominee's top campaign staffers. fox's joel waldman has more tonight from washington. >> these people are horrible people. they are horrible, horrible, liars. >> donald trump lashing out, shredding the new york times, people magazine and the palm beach post demanding retractions saying they fabricated stories after four women in the last day accused the republican nominee of kissing or groping them against their will. one of the women jessica now 74 told the times trump inappropriately touched her while the two were on a flight 30 years ago. describing trump as an octopus. >> the claims are prepostress, ludicrous and defy truth, common sense and logic. >> trump's alleged unwanted advances getting plenty of attention today from one of hillary clinton's most powerful and influential surrogates, michelle obama.
and it doesn't matter what party you belong to. democrat, republican, independent, no woman deserves to be treated this way. none of us deserves this kind of abuse. >> the clinton camp juggling a problem of its own after another 2,000 e-mails were leaked today by wikileaks. the website revealing eyebrow raising comments from several clinton campaign staffers about latinos and catholics. >> which controversy taking more of a toll, well hillary clinton has widened her lead national and swing state polls with growing support among women and independents. in washington, joel waldman. fox news. both clinton's e-mails and trump's alexed sexual misconduct is sure to come up in the financial presidential debate and it happens next wednesday in las vegas hosted by fox news chris wallace. steve krafft and i will be there. we will have it all for you and you can watch our reports on "fox 10 news" and streaming on
trouble brewing for donald trump in utah a state that has been safely in the republican camp for 67-some years. this is a must-win state for trump but the gop candidate's sexual assault claims appear to be shifting in the polls. latest poll show that donald trump is tied with hillary clinton both the 26% and an increasing number of conservative voters are considering the third party alternative, utah native evan mcmullen. drawing 22% and gary johnson he is libertarian, he shows up at 14% in utah. a big honor today for our weather forecaster, dave munsey. he is on vacation tonight but certainly not forgotten. next at 5:00, his induction -- wow this goes back some years. his induction into the arizona
hazardous materials situation. could have been a lot worse when you think about the fuel that was in the tanker truck. the driver called to the alarm room to report that his brakes were burning up. it looks like they got control of this but still it's going to be out there for quite awhile. if you are headed out you want to avoid i-10 if at all possible. no word on how long the interstate will be closed down. fall colors are about to reach their peak up north. there is still time to enjoy the colorful d few of the pictures from the coconino national forest. these pictures are from west forecast. i mean, absolutely -- west fork. i mean beautiful. taken during a scouting trip. look at these pictures. the leaves should peak in the next week or two. it is tough to pick a favorite. oak and maple trees are turning. look at this spectacular view. the fall color season for the
full swing around mount elvin and the san francisco peaks. beautiful. and we love to see your fall photos. send them to us, share them on facebook.com/fox 10 phoenix. this is a great time to get up north and take a look at all of those leaves changing colors and the cooler temperatures because we aren't quite cool. we were still warm. you can see 92 degrees right now at sky harbor airport. the winds are calm. we are above normal time of year. the big story across the rest of the country happening up here in the pacific northwest. look at the storm. this is a big storm and it's powerful also. they are talking about heavy rain and winds in the 50 to 60-mile-per-hour range. they are worried about northern california where they had those fires because there is a lot of rain with this storm dumping into those areas that really have all of that brush burnoff back a-- that could cause some flooding. again that's really the story going on. for us here we will be high and dry.
system here. the low pressure system up in the pacific northwest which will be pushing east and it will draw some of the moisture inbehind it but it will stay north of arizona so we aren't expecting that storm system to have any effect on us here in arizona. look at the highs right now. we are talking upper 80s to low 90s across most of the valley right now. so it's still toasty out there the mornings have been great but warms up quickly in the afternoon. we hit 95 degrees today. it's five degrees above our normal. the record was 101 s 1989. expecting 67 degrees for our overnight low. the rest of country again we talked about this storm here we have some stuff moving through texas and oklahoma area. that will be pushing on out and really that is about it for the rest of country. pretty quiet and most of the country especially the southern states are experiencing another heat wave about ten degrees above normal with that high pressure system we are talking about forecast lows for tonight, 65 in yuma. same for phoenix. 46 in prescott. 36 up at the grand canyon. cooling off up there.
and 36 for you in window rock. 60 down in tucson. here is what we can expect for tomorrow. another toasty day. not too bad but again not quite where we expect fall to be. 94 for us in phoenix. 79 in prescott. 96 in bullhead city. 82 in page. same at st. johns and casa grande. here is what to expect for the overnight. nice and clear night tonight. no winds to speak of. again that's 67. for tomorrow nice temperature to wake up to. it does warm up quickly hit that's what we expect to be our high for the day. here is your ten day forecast. what else can i say? this makes it easy on me. low to mid-90s. sunshine. it will persist throughout the rest of the ten day forecast if you have plans, maybe get them out of the way in the morning if they are outdoors because it will be nice in the morning. gradual warm up and then hitting the low to mid-90s for the rest of the forecast.
ap free at fox10phoenix.com. mark is doing the weather because dave munsey is being honored today. our very own dave munsey induct into the arizona broadcasters hall of fame during a ceremony at talking stick resort. dave has been at fox 10 for more than 40 years and has earned a number of awafereds for his weather -- awards for his l -- weather reporting. >> these people who are in their homes all of these years, let me tell you, you aren't just saying that i'm in the hall, i am a hall famer and for that i thank you. >> dave is also been honored for his water safety initiatives and always ends the weather cast with, "watch your kids around water." >> what a well deserved honor. >> so great. >> what a nice guy, too.
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maricopa county. plus new video of the dolphins from skyfox over dolphinaris arizona details about opening weekend and protests plan there had at 6:00. we will see you then. images like this speak volumes as to what people in haiti are dealing with after hurricane matthew blew through nearly two weeks ago. more than 900 people died when that storm hit and many parts of haiti were destroyed. a local non-profit is trying to help the anita roman has more tonight. >> pallets like this one filled with much needed food and meals have made their way to haiti along with other aid. the country devastated by hurricane matthew the storm leaving behind a path of destruction and devastation, those who survived are without. >> they have asked for additional 15 million meals to support the folks that are afflicted by the devastation of hurricane matthew. >> haiti is a single largest country already fed by the non-profit, feed my starving
the ground there. >> we planned on packing and ship being 280 million meals around the world this year. 15million meals above and beyond what we have budgeted and allocated. >> janine says a simple act of kindness, tonation of time or money will help feed my starving children provide millions of mana packs to haiti. the risker vegetable and vitamin mixture is nutrient dense. one package a day is enough to keep a child healthy. >> 91% of a we receive go directly to our feeding pro. you can make a huge impact. any size donation is welcome. $80 feeds a child for a year. >> feed my starving children need volunteers a little time that will make an immense difference for those who need it most. anita roman, "fox 10 news." now we have a link on fox10phoenix.com. more information on how you would like to help, and how you help if you are interested, click on seen on tv. take a look at this.
caught in texas. this thing is massive. 13 feet eight inches long. >> why would that guy get so close? i know the duct tape trip. there you go. >> but still, the tail on that thing could do some damage. a woman was fishing for crab and this gator swam right up to her and took four trappers to catch it and weighs 900 pounds. and had to use a truck to pull it out of the he is now living -- he is alive and living in a 20-acre facility with other gators. king of the park there. and now they are working on his name. the ideas include big tex and dart gator. >> oh, love that. >> he took america by storm after appearing in the presidential debate. how people are cashing in on the popularity of ken bone. >> plus flu season has arrived. how much the virus cost in
productivity over the last year. and the numbers involving teen drivers that have a lot of people very worrieded. >> now let's set the stage for you tonight on fox 10. it's deep sea treasure hunting on an all new episode of rosewood. that's at 7:00 and then at 8:00 balancing baseball and her personal life on pitch. be sure to stay with us then for "fox 10 news" at 9:00 and 10:00. i learned as a police officer and a businessman you should never abuse people's trust. unfortunately, today too many politicians either serve their party or themselves, and arizona families suffer. the arizona republic called paul babeu a disgrace. babeu spent $28,000 of taxpayer money at a five-star resort and was questioned by the fbi for using public money to promote himself.
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alert. skyfox over the scene near miller road and the i-10. a semi hauling 7300 gallons of diesel fuel caught fire and the crews are treating this as a hazardous materials situation. >> we should tell you that obviously the diesel part of this in the back of the truck has not been breached. apparently his brakes were
they were worried about the diesel on board but it looks like that is not the case obviously that diesel contained inside is safe. firefighters say the driver called the alarm room saying his brakes were burning up. if you are heading out, avoid i-10 if at all possible. both sides of the freeway are now open but traffic is very slow going. we were following up on a shooting that left two teenagers wounded in peoria. police say the teens had met up for a drug deal. this was near deer valley road. it's some sort of disagreement there and then shots were fired. the 15-year-old and 18-year-old boys are expected to be okay. police are not searching for any other suspects. the car ends up wedged beneath a semi during a rush hour today. this was early. police say 21-year-old man ran a red light. central and glendale and turned straight into the semi and that's where he ended up. right under the trailer and was dragged about 30 feet. the victim suffered a severe