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with fox 10 news at 10:00. fox 10 news at 10:00 starts now. and we begin tonight with a fox 10 news alert. three people have been rushed to the hospital after three motorcycles crashed in the westbound lanes of the i-10 right at the mini stack. this is a live look from the a.d.o.t. camera. you can see the flashing police lights there, the backup stretching from the mini stack all the way back to near 24th street, and here is it a picture of the crash that was sent to us by the fir tonight. you could see the bikes, three of them, across the highway. all three people we are told, two men and a woman, in serious condition. a fourth person was checked out at the scene but was not taken to the hospital. it's still a mess out there as they investigate, and a.d.o.t. asks people to avoid that area as it's not clear exactly when that highway will reopen. thank you for joining us tonight at fox 10 news at 10:00. there was a terrifying situation
witnesses say a man hops out of his car and opens fire on another car with a toddler in the backseat after what appears to be an act of road rage. fox 10's stefania okolie was live at that scene earlier, and she spoke with people who saw this, including somebody who was right there when it happened. stefania? >> yeah, that's right, marc, and if you have been to this area right near 7th and mcdowell where they have plenty of shops and places to eat, you know it's a very, very populated area, especially around the time that this shooting happened. so for someone to get out of their very bold of them. well, two officers happened to be right inside of that chipotle and they were able to get that man in handcuffs pretty quickly, and our cameras were rolling just as they did. a road rage incident leads to a shooting and the suspected shooter in handcuffs appears to have no remorse. >> yep. just careless people out here. >> reporter: these eyewitnesses didn't want to show their face on camera but describe the moments the man hopped out of his car and started shooting.
the gun, talking smack to the guy that was still driving away while he fired the second shot. >> reporter: police say the suspect was driving this veyo transportation car, got into some sort of argument with another driver and things escalated. he got out of his car and started shooting. the other driver sped off and then called 911 shortly after. one of the bullets we are told went through his back window and came close to hitting his 18-month-old child. >> so she could have got hit, i could have got hit. >> reporter: as the shooting unfolded two phoenix inside of this chipotle. they heard the shots. >> the officers stepped out of the chipotle restaurant with his weapon pointed at the shooter and told him to get out of the car and arrested him. >> reporter: yeah, certainly a terrifying situation for everyone who was in this area earlier this afternoon. now, we just learned from phoenix police that the suspect's name is nathaniel crawford.
we reached out to veyo, which is a medical transportation company. the vehicle that that suspect, na thannal crawford was inside, now, they have told us in a statement that they have learned about this situation. they are very saddened to hear what happened and they are still working to confirm the identity of the driver who was involved on their part. we are also told that they have drivers go through very extensive background checks and that part of the policy includes having no weapons inside of that car. when we get that update from them, we'll let you know and you can fox10phoenix.com. reporting live, i'm stefania okolie, fox 10 news. >> stefania, thank you. and now on to a fox 10 follow-up. investigators say that huge fire in gilbert that destroyed a condo complex was set on purpose. a reward of up to $30,000 is now being offered for information that leads to an arrest in this case. you can see the flames there tearing through eight buildings that were under construction right at gilbert and guadalupe roads. detectives are looking for a
sweatshirt. damage to that complex and surrounding areas estimated at $10 million. another tragic story that we have been following, two teenagers killed in a car crash last week and a third still recovering. police say the driver who hit them may have been impaired at the time. tonight, family and friends holding a vigil to remember those teens. marcy jones has the latest. >> from large cries to a moment of silence, more than a hundred people came to remember two lives taken t the family of yohana giorgis says after losing their precious 16-year-old, they are just taking things day by day. >> i haven't actually swallowed what happened. just busy arranging everything and taking care of the family. >> yohana, her twin sister and fellow fairfax valley high school student isai slater were
yohana and isaiah and sending bana to the hospital. students say the campus wasn't the same without the two. that's why it was so important to show up tonight at the vigil. >> both of them were well-known here and they brought a lot of spirit to people, and mostly because they are going to bring prayers for her sister also. it's a good thing to see our community coming together and just getting together to support what happened. >> now as family and friends try to cope many have a message for the person responsible. >> what you have done to our family hurts, to isia's family and to yohana's family. we are suffering because of what you did and it is just not fair that we lost two lives, just not fair at all. caught on camera, tempe police tweeting out video of a dramatic foot chase. this was between an officer and a burglary suspect, and as you can see this was all caught on
take a look at this. on tuesday, officers responding to a call of a suspicious person near mcclintock and southern. watch the officer watching after the person, a second spotted carrying some duffle bags, the officer chasing that men over fences through backyards. there they go again. and he finally got that guy to the ground, got him in handcuffs, and neither one were injured. investigators say 22-year-old davone bess was the man who ran from police. they say he was wearing the victim's clothes when he was taken into custody. and neighbors from a concerned community in phoenix marched on the capitol protesting their concerns of a reentry facility, that provides counseling, jobs services and even substance abuse training for recently released felons. >> take this and locate it somewhere else. there's no resources for these
pinnacle peak and i-17. once they are graduated through the program, where are they supposed to go? they are just going through a 90-day program, which is a great program. it's just in the wrong location. >> and the goal of today's protest was to petition governor ducey to move that facility. >> in phoenix, the city council approves new penalties for animal hoarding. this is video from an mcso hoarding case. people accused of hoarding misdemeanor. if convicted, they will have to undergo mental evaluation and have to pay restitution for the fees of any seized animals. two valley dogs stolen right out of a yard, dropped off later a at a park, and during that time one of the dogs was hit by a car. danielle miller explains how the
owner. >> he even tells us that they are service animals for his wife. the good news here is that both of these dogs were found, but unfortunately one of those dogs here had to be brought to animal care and control because it was badly injured. >> it's like another children for us. it is very important in our life. >> eduardo quintero talking about his two shar-peis, wrinkles and cha-cha. he says the two his front yard around 7:30 last night after a person cleaning his home accidentally left the door open. >> i said, yes, they will probably come back, probably somewhere around the house. but they didn't after a couple of hours. >> after a frantic search for hours, he took to social media asking for help. >> we received a phone call from facebook, and the lady said she saw the same dog in the pictures over at 67th avenue and camelback. i didn't believe it.
truck, small truck, old truck came and dumped the dogs early in the morning between 7:00 and 9:00 a.m., and the lady asked them, why did they come and dump the dogs over there, and the person says it's not your busine business. >> reporter: the family went to the area today and luckily spotted wrinkles. >> when i saw my baby, i started calling wrinkles, and he didn't want to come closer to me. he was afraid. he was in >> unfortunately cha-cha was nowhere to be found. after contacting animal care and control, they said they had her, but she was badly injured. quintero says cha-cha was hit by a car while running from people trying to get her to safety. >> right now cha-cha is with really bad injuries on the head as she's not able to stand up. >> reporter: cha-cha also has a lot of bumps and bruises, as well as a swollen eye.
to recovery, but the good news here is that she is expected to make a full recovery. reporting live, danielle miller, fox 10 news. >> danielle, thank you. coming up, the presidential election is just weeks away, but tonight both candidates were off the campaign trail, but they were at an event giving back. they were there together. how they both let off a little bit of steam. plus, later in the show, some new information coming out on that mars lander that lost contact with scientists yesterday. we'll tell you what went wrong ther me on social media, i would like to hear from you. you can find me on facebook at facebook.com/marcmfox10 and also follow me on twitter while
if you want to get hillary elected, vote! vote early, vote right now! >> first lady michelle obama in the valley today. she is trying to help arizona go blue this presidential election. she spoke to thousands of people at the phoenix convention center campaigning for hillary clinton. mrs. obama is one of clinton's most popular surrogates out on the campaign trail. presidential debate, clinton and donald trump were together again, this time in new york where they both attended the traditional al smith dinner. clinton and trump sitting close together at tonight's event, only separated by cardinal timothy dolan. >> one of the things that i noticed tonight, and i've known
is the first time ever, ever, that hillary is sitting down and speaking to major corporate leaders and not getting paid for it. >> people look at the statue of liberty and they see a proud symbol of our history as a nation of immigrants, a beacon of home for people around the world. donald looks at the statue of liberty and sees a fou maybe a five if she loses the torch and tablet and changes her hair. >> reporter: the annual event is a fundraiser for catholic charity. well, temperatures are up a little bit here around the state and around the valley. but we do see a change. we'll take a look at that coming
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your exclusive accuweather forecast with dave munsey on fox 10 news. been a little warm. >> yeah. >> and it will continue to be for another day or so here, but we do see some change coming. starting sunday, we'll start bringing some moisture into the state, and maybe monday, tuesday get some rain in here. >> the forecast is looking nice. >> looking good, we have got so fact it's 81 degrees right now, winds out of the east southeast at about eight miles an hour. take a look at the city here, yep, temperatures not too bad, 86 degrees at scottsdale, 78 up at cave creek, we have 76 degrees in surprise right now. high pressure just going to kind of skirt along here, keep things warm for a day or so and then move on out of here, and then we have a couple of systems that are working their way in from the northwest and they are going
we start the futurecast on saturday because we couldn't find anything up until that period. we see a little bit of something down by tuscon, we keep it moving along and look at what happens sunday as we get into the day here, a lot of moisture around and that will translate into cooler temperatures. 97 degrees on the high today, 93 at buckeye, 96 in scottsdale and a 95 in chandler. 96 degrees at gila bend today, 67 at the grand canyon, 82 in safford. take a look at y the high, 63 on the low, 87 and 63 normal high and low, record high 103, record low at 40. now let's take alook at these forecast highs for tomorrow. we have got mid-90s this the city, some upper 90s surrounding the city, a few mid and lower 90s in there as well, 83 in sedona, 71 in flagstaff, 85 at safford and 99 degrees at gila bend. there could be some triple
northwest a little bit of rain and snow. this was real tough here. youngstown in ohio picked up almost four inches of rain. flood warnings and advisories out there. there was some street flooding, of course, with all of that. in st. louis, 84 hundredths of an inch of rain. we have picked up a half an inch of rain down in miami. this is the big one in seattle, though, an inch and a quarter for those folks, and as you can see with the temperat warm ones starting to push back a little bit, starting to recede somewhat as the cooler air finds its way through the country, 72 degrees overnight, a little heat, 95 degrees for tomorrow. it will continue that way for a day or so, and then by sunday we are back into the low 90s, and then we find the 80s again with that chance of rain on monday and tuesday, and as you can see here, we continue on with that 80-degree theme, in fact, even some low 80s in this forecast. watch your kids around water.
in space news-- live from fox studios, fox 10 news is back. we are learning more about what happened to the european space agency's mars lander that went radio silent while landing on the red planet wednesday. today it is still not clear exactly what happened, but scientists r go of its parachute too soon, and the thrusters that were supposed to slow down the descent turned off early, so it sounds like it slammed into the mars planet surface there. researchers are still pouring through the data. scientists say the mission was still on track as the lander was most likely a test of landing procedures and is a second ship orbiting the planet that is in good condition. meanwhile, chinese astronauts
recently launched space station, their first task to plant lettuce seeds. they will stay there for 30 days, those astronauts conducting experiments in medicine and various other space technologies and research. and even though they experience every day in 90 minutes, they are living according to beijing time. a big announcement from nintendo, announcing nintendo switch. the main system will work on your tv, but to undock the device and use it in a portable mode. there are attachable controllers you can take with it anywhere you go. nintendo switch is due to hit the market in 2017. >> well, limited practice time today for cards' quarterback carson palmer. so what does that mean come sunday night against the
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time a quarterback takes a practice off or throws on a limited basis. during practice today, the question is will carson palmer be ready to go sunday night. i have no doubt that he will, palmer working through a hamstring injury from monday in that game against the jets. but for the most part there is no real overall concern. you take some hits, man, it's just a part of the dangers of the game here. the cards offense with that run game, just enough for the pass game.
ball 35 times, ran the ball 35 times in that 28-three win against the new york jets. coming up sunday, you don't have to say anything other than seattle versus the cardinals. the intensity will be there, the edge will be there, and we believe carson palmer will be there and ready to go. >> he's in the meetings. he's talking, he's communicating exactly what he wants to be done on sunday. i mean we are all professionals. there's guys who are going to be able practice some days, sometimes they aren't going to be able practice. he's taking all the rest he needs and if he's available on sunday we'll know he'll play at a high level. >> thursday night at lambeau field, football, packers trying to find that win, going for their fourth win of the season against the chicago bears. this time around though, rodgers
falls on it, touchdown chicago, 10-6 lead. but the packers unleashed a very impressive passing attack, 39-56, 326 yards for aaron rodgers, another td catch for adams, 26-10 the final, the packers over the chicago bears tonight at lambeau field. post-season baseball, dodgers addison russell goes yard, two-run shot, 3-1 chicago. since the previous game, the chicago cubs' bats on fire, top of the 8th, baez with the pitch, dexter fowler, watch, gonzalez tries to get to first base, and fowler is safe, russell scores 4-1 chicago. this cubs team showing why they
regular season, fowler double is going to score bryant and zobrist. cubs win 8-4. they are one win away from the world series. coyotes, canadis, doming in goal, mitchell with the goal here, power play montreal letting it fly, loose, beats doming here. this was a one sided victory for montreal, 5-2 the final, montreal over the arizona coyotes. well, we'll see, one win away for the cubs and we could see a cleveland chicago series. >> not much traveling. >> that's true. thanks for joining us tonight. modern family is next.
>> you're watching "the wellness hour," the leader in medical news and information. i'm randy alvarez. today's topic -- replacing missing teeth with dental first guest, he says no more dentures, that nobody should be wearing traditional dentures. with us, we have an expert on the topic. we've had him on the program before. he is a board-certified prosthodontist -- dr. daniel galindo. dr. galindo, welcome back to the program. >> randy, it's a pleasure to be here. thanks. >> now, we had you on the program before. what's changed? >> more people seeking treatment with dental implants. they've heard of the benefits that they provide and how it can