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want to be identified but shared his 6-year-old daughter's disappointment. >> my daughter was interested in putting the dragon decoration up. reporter: the dragon was in the front yard for three days before these thieves stole her joy. >> she started crying and she said i want my dragon, what happened dad? i started explaining that bad people came and took it and i did my best to get it >> people were looking and saying where is the dragon? >> reporter: he doesn't put up decorations because of the high risk of theft. >> people work hard and they want to decorate their yards and it is sad you can't enjoy your own property without people taking stuff after of it. >> reporter: the dragon looks similar to this one and thieves stole strings of lights. they did not bother taking the
recorded. they wore masks or painting their faces to hide their ideas. >> you are watching people steal your property that's it. >> reporter: the owners of the dragon filed a report with the phoenix police department and they are asking anyone if they recognize anyone in the surveillance video or have seen the stolen dragon to call police. i'm nicole garcia, fox 10 news. police in goodyear two teenage girls last week. they say he wasn't wearing any pants when he approached the girls from behind a corner in an isolated area. here is a sketch they are looking for. if you have any information about that suspicious person, you're asked to call police. philip brailsford in court today. brailsford is facing second-degree murder charges for
unarmed man. it happened at the la quinta inn back in january. brailsford's attorneys want a new preliminary hearing to present evidence that will clear their client, brailsford. the trial is set for may. a woman accused of running an unlicensed day care is sentenced to 24 year prison sentence. both pled guilty to charges, including second-degree murder. in 2012, reed killed savannah cross. she knew the abuse was happening and did nothing to stop it. we are getting a look at a man accused in a road rage shooting. nathanial crawford is facing charges, including aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
avenue and mcdowell. he got into an argument with another driver on the road. he got out of his car and started shooting. one of the bullets came close to hitting an 18-month-old child in that car. two officers were eating nearby. they stopped the situation from getting worse. no one, thankfully, was worse. 29-year-old woman is facing charges of second-degree murder and d.u.i. after a deadly road rage fight she ran over and killed a man who was fighting with her boyfriend. steve krafft joins us live with this story. >> reporter: ok, first, we had a case of road rage that spilled into a circle k parking lot. the girl tried to help her boyfriend, the boyfriend hurt, the man he was fighting killed. a dozen police cars aided by
police believe he got into a road rage argument. they stopped at the circle k an got into a fight. the man hit robert krumlauf with an airsoft rifle. the man's girlfriend, 29-year-old jenna keller ran over both he -- of them with the car. he died in the hospital. people were shocked and outraged by the v >> i don't think that is right. people have tempers but for people to innocently do that, it is outrageous. >> it is so bad. i feel bad for the family. a lot of stuff happens every day. i don't bring my nieces and nephews. >> reporter: an update on jenna keller's boyfriend. she drove a car into him and robert krumlauf, the man he was
keller's boyfriend is expected to survive. internet service taking a hit after a a series of cyber attacks this morning. people unable to access twitter, netflix, and amazon. it was not clear who was behind the cyber attack but an internet firm in new hampshire who provides internet traffic management to the biggest names on the the department of homeland security and f.b.i. are investigating. a strange sighting along interstate 10. drivers spotted an emu. this is tonopah and this is where the emu was spotted. take a look at this beauty. looking into the trooper's car like, are you going to give me a ride or you're going to look at me? the bird was spotted west of
our officers deal with a lot. this is one of the stranger things, i would think they have to deal with. the trooper, here is where it got dicey. the trooper found that bird in the median of i-10, the bird is going which way do i go. the emu crossed the road and i know there is a punch line. in tends, the with a lasso. they had to call someone out who can handle a lasso. this is the lasso going down. this is the one where he is being lassoed. they use the lasso and they put the emu into the back of a van. emu is the second largest bird in the world, the ostrich is the largest.
will the cardinals face the seahawks with or without their quarterback. >> carson palmer was at practice but will he hit the field sunday night. >> reporter: carson is fine that is what cardinals' head coach bruce arians said today. i know fans are worried because he hasn't practiced that much this week. at this point in the season, veterans will get a day off here and week. you have to remember, carson palmer played on monday night and he left that game monday night with a hamstring strain. he said he was cramping and blamed it on dehydration. i can see how people get worried. cardinals don't sound worried at all. expect to see carson palmer in action come sunday night. >> i've seen guys in the past
friday, saturday. it doesn't matter. i don't worry about carson or anybody nursing a minor boo boo here or there. he is always prepared. we'll be fine. >> reporter: it was just a boo boo and he practiced today. it sounds like palmer is going to go. we'll find out more in the next couple of days. john brown is a different story. more on the cardinals and why brown is listed at doubtedful later in a thief makes off with a valley family's barbecue grill but that is not all. the crook stole the trailer they used to haul it around. the makeover at terminal three has started and we get a look inside. >> reporter: look for changes as we get into the weekend.
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for autistic kids to flap their hands. and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing when it really mattered.
how is the guppy upclose? >> reporter: i agree with you about the name. hi, i'm the super guppy. it is more tough in real life. on the lawn, we had a lot of action, not just on the tarmac. we had 100 people stop what they were doing and watch this land. we ha everyone from 6 years old to 100 years old. everyone was excited and had a smile on their super guppy has landed at mesa gate wave. it -- gateway. a wingspan of 156 feet and length of 143 feet, it is really super sized. it was designed by nasa to transport oversized objects to avoid problems with narrow roads
few come close to the expansion diminishes. the guppy is basically a lifesaver. >> the super guppy is the third in its line. the original is called the pregnant guppy built back in 1961 as a way to get second stage rocket boosters from the west coast to the east coast. prior to having a guppy, we put them on a barge. >> reporter: this we have with the super guppy was amazing but very brief. they stopped for two hour, refueled, and on their way to california. they are dropping off the shield for the orion satellite. >> we are not done with aviation just yet. four of the huey helicopters are retired at the lagoona army air fields. they were used in vietnam during
these are among 11 that were active. they were built in 1973, the rest were built in 1974. a large fire burning at cardboard recycle -- recycling facility. this looks like a residential and industrial area. we've got homes across the street. again, ontario, california, and there is zero control of this. you do see half a block over, it looks like they are putting water on the homes from getting too hot. they are working on the fire and half of it looks like it has water. you are from this area, marc. >> yeah, i've been out in ontario and there are a lot of aluminum recycling plants where
it looks like they are fighting it the same way they fight it here where they put enough water on it to keep the homes or businesses around it safe. the cardboard, obviously, they are not going to put that fire out. it is going to have to burn itself out. >> the ontario airport is right next to this. i don't know if they are slowing takeoffs and landings there but what a scary sight to be landing fire burning next to it. >> it caught the brush on fire next to that home that is starting to burn there. they are getting a handle on this. we are streaming it live on our website and fox news now. go to our website, fox10phoenix.com. >> we'll break in as the news warrants. if you want to catch it
working on some brand new stories for you -- tonight at 6... we're working on brand-new stories for you tonight at 9:00. a week after the lds church advises its members to reject marijuana on the ballot, the group coming out in support of proposition 205. big honors at the u.n. for linda carter and the star that plays wonder woman. those stories at 6:00. ? what a beautiful sight. check out the fog at the city by the bay. that is one of the most beautiful spots in the world. an ununusual occurrence here, they see about 108 days of fog and there is nothing like watching the fog roll in over the bay. >> reporter: hi, folks. 96 degrees right now. no wind to speak of.
on this friday evening. as we get you rolling along into the weekend, 93 in fountain hills. 92 in surprise. 97 in ahwatukee. apache junction, 93 degrees. we have low pressure down on that southwestern corner. cold fronts that are kind of messing with the west a little bit as the high moves off to the east, we put the futurecast into motion for saturday and you can see the moisture moving in. this weekend is going to be big change. look at this, monday. monday looks like it is going to be the rain day and maybe late sunday as well. 97 on the high today. 97 in glendale. 95 in buckeye. 94 in scottsdale on the day. 82 at prescott. 84 in sedona. 99 in gila bend. 97 in yuma. here is your day, 97 on the
forecasting for tomorrow, the mid 90's once again. a few upper 90's around the valley. we're forecasting some 70's but a lot of 80's as far as the north is concerned. upper 90's across portions of the deserts. you look here, boy, not much going on. it is rain, snow, and wind up in the northwest. once again, this system that flooded the ohio valley yesterday moves up into new 3 inches of rain. they got pretty heavy rain acrosser areas of new england as well with advisories for flooding up there after 1.81 of an inch in new york city. they got a pretty good shot there as well. temperature wise, the temperatures are finally coming down. we do find a few 80's in the southwest. we find a few 80's over here in
country with more 50's and 60's replacing 80's and 90's. 71 overnight. meteor shower tonight, just look up. 95 degrees for tomorrow. you'll look at the mid 90's turning into low 90's and into the mid 80's for you as well. watch your kids around water. i learned as a police officer and a businessman you should never abuse people's trust. unfortunately, today too many politicians
a former miss. arizona, after she removed her crown, her life spiraled out of control. >> she started using drugs and tested positive for h.i.v. she is now sober and is an advocate for the aids walk. >> reporter: former miss. arizona is a talented classical pianist. she also abuse. >> my circle of friends got smaller and smaller until i wasn't social at all anymore. my relationships were affected. >> reporter: she earned the title of miss. arizona 20 years ago, went on to compete in the miss. u.s.a. pageant but afterwards, she began using drugs. >> it was abuse suffered at the hands of a friend's father and i
going to stop at that point. it was too far gone. i had to. i had to keep using to stay ok. >> reporter: knowing she could lose her life, erin checked into rehab with help from her family. with age 34, she got life-changing news. >> they brought me into a room and said we're not going to beat around the bush. we got your test you're h.i.v. positive as a result of your addiction. >> reporter: sobriety has given her a new lease on life. >> it is messy and beautiful and human and it makes mistakes and it stumbles and gets back up again. reporter: this former beauty queen says people with h.i.v. has been stigmatized over the years. she is heavily involved with aids walk as a volunteer. she has worked as a facilitator
erin has fallen in love and got married at the 2013 aids walk. >> we struggled to get pregnant and now we have a beautiful, healthy baby girl. >> reporter: she could not breast-feed her baby so she relied on donations. >> as long as i don't will be successful. >> that is a great story of hope and we wish her all of the best. the money is rolling in to restore these ruby slippers that dorothy wore during "the wizard of oz." it costs $600,000 to restore them. >> i like them in their current
>> 4,500 people have donated. talk about sweet success. a michigan town is the gwinnet world record holder for the longest ice cream sunday. it stretches down eight blocks in the town of ludington. their record, might be short lived, a town in michigan challenged the record. ken bone, our favorite guy from the political season for many, continues to take advantage of his newfound fame. what he is up to now. a brand-new look at terminal three at sky harbor. tonight, we get a sneak preview. a thief caught on camera stealing a tkpwaoeupbtd
why police could track him down. allegations against pinal county sheriff paul babeu. paul babeu exposed in a damning home video. accusations of widespread abuse at a massachusetts private school. she is sick of hearing sheriff paul babeu lie. allegations of abuse of power. another headache, the fbi has subpoenaed records. lawsuits regarding abuse and neglect. questions of babeu's integrity. a question of judgment. ultimately voters are going to have to decide if he's the type of candidate they want in congress.
fox 10 news alert. we take you back out to ontario, california, southern california where a massive recycleing center, which is next to the airport there has caught
fire. look at that thick, black smoke. >> you can see this, obviously, for miles around. as you mentioned, the airport is across the street so this is probably affecting air travel. you can see fire crews just across the railroad tracks from the recycling plant. in fact, some of the brush behind these homes have probably caught fire probably from embers sparking the fires as well.