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79 degrees. at 8:00, it is getting scary at 77 degrees. the bag the full at 9:00 and time to head open and that is at 76 degrees. of course, marc, what that means is mom and dad will be going through the candy picking out their pieces in comfortable weather. >> absolutely, all right, dave, thank you very much. adot is getting in the halloween spirit. the sign says mummy knows best. wrap yourself in a seat adot says you should expect heavy traffic because of trick-or-treaters. you can see there is a lot of traffic right now. a live look at the loop 101 and 35th avenue. if you're going to be out tonight, be sure you have a designated driver. police are out in force cracking down on those who are under the ininfluencer behind the wheel. >> reporter: maybe grown ups
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up fun with a drink or two. you don't want to get drinking and get behind the wheel or you could end up in one of these. this is the d.u.i. patrol in scottsdale. 200 officers across the state will be out looking for impaired drivers and they are pretty good at it. saturday alone, more than 60 people were arrested across the entire state on suspicion of d.u.i. just saturday alone. of these people who have been arrested for d.u.i., .164 is more than tries the legal limit that is why police are out in full force with their saturation patrols. it will be a busy night and lots of kids and families walking around and the last thing they want is to have a terrible accident. be safe and don't get behind the
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i'm nicole garcia, fox 10 news. >> pinal county authorities make an arrest in a decade's old murder case. marlon faulker was arrested in the cold case. the sheriff's department got an anonymous tip that faulker was responsible for for a shooting death. arizona parent helps lead who led a mass shooting at his high school. the parent told authorities in nevada and california. a 15-year-old boy was take into custody on thursday and is being charged as a juvenile. prosecutors want to charge him as an adult. his name has not been released. in the border battle,
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trying to smuggle three pounds of meth in tortillas. officers seized the meth and turned him over to i.c.e. he lives in nogales, arizona. arizona lawmaker says the city of tucson is violating a state law by destroying guns turned in by citizens. a complaints is accusing the city of violating a 2013 collected by law enforcement agencies need to be sold, not destroyed. tucson police have destroyed more than 4,800 guns. they argue that tucson is destroying public property. voters will head to the polls a week from tomorrow and the battle over whether to
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>> i was a school superintendent in colorado when our state voted to legalize marijuana. we were promised millions in new revenue but they were empty words. i never saw a single dollar reach the classroom. >> colorado lawmakers are dismissing claims schools have not seen money from marijuana sales and that $31 million went to schools from 2015 2017 fiscal years. they are saying these things that are far from the truth. we've been building schools and repairing schools with the tax revenue that was dedicated to construction. those dollars are flowing. >> the fact is, in colorado, the money promised that was going to go to school, the amount of money has not been showing up in schools and one of the state senators who is in this letter
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the time where the pot money is and only a fraction is going to the schools. the rest is going to the bureaucracy. >> lawmakers dispute ads that pot use has increased with teens. the legislators are bought and paid for by the marijuana industry and says the lawmakers are the ones spreading the mistruths. we posted the link on our arizona governor doug ducey opposes marijuana legal -- legalization. >> i can't tell you how many parents and administrators and leaders mentioned thanks for being opposed to proposition 205. they think the legalization of recognize correctsal marijuana is a terrible idea for our middle schools, high schools,
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>> if arizona voters pass prop 205, the campaign to monitor marijuana like alcohol, it could fund kindergarten programs and other education. if passed, arizonans 21 or older could opossess an ounce of marijuana and grow up to six plants. marijuana policy group finds the group generated 18,000 jobs activity. arizona democratic party taking on the arizona republican campaign and the trump campaign in federal court. they flame that -- claim that g.o.p. is trying to intimidate voters to threaten and prevent minority voters in urban neighborhoods from voting with the goal of depressing voter
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win. an attorney representing the arizona republican party says the complaint is nonsense. >> i don't think it will go anywhere. the relief they request is extreme in terms of what they would ask the court to do to tell people not to do things in the future that are very likely first amendment protected. >> maricopa county recorder helen purcell says she is confident tha conducted fairly in arizona and she says there is no rigging going on. on wednesday, less than a week before the election, hillary clinton will make a campaign stop in tempe. she will speak at 6:30 p.m. at sun city fitness complex at a.s.u. activists plan to gather there to stand withstanding rock. they want to bring more attention to the pipeline.
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thursday. his entire speech will be delivered in spanish. also that day, he will hold a rally in tucson. f.b.i. announced on friday they found more e-mails related to hillary clinton's bright -- private server. lauren blanchard has the latest. >> reporter: the renewed investigation into hillary clinton's e-mails is once again driving the conversation of the election. just eight days until voters head to the polls. democrats are criticizing the embattled f.b.i. director for announcing the f.b.i. will take another look at the use of the private e-mail server, donald trump is praising him and the department for the controversial decision. >> i have to give the f.b.i. credit. that was so bad what happened originally and it took guts for director comey to make the move
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they are trying to protect her from criminal prosecution. >> reporter: the white house today saying president obama will continue to campaign for the democratic nominee despite the reopening of her case. >> would not anticipate a significant change to the public pitch that president obama will be making in support of clinton's campaign. >> reporter: she is hard at work trying to change the conversation telling voters in ohio t to talk about her e-mails. >> most people decided a long time ago what they think about all of this. now what people are focused on is choosing the next president and commander in chief of the united states of america. >> reporter: trump the hoping to use the latest scandal to shore up support in key swing states, states typically out of reach for republicans where he
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>> mitt romney will be in phoenix campaigning for senator john mccain. the former presidential candidate will be at sloan park this thursday at 6:30:00 p.m. officials are urging voters to mail in their early ballots by tomorrow. that recommendation that the ballots be mailed by november 1 will give cushion time in case of a mail delay. coming up with halloween upon us and thank the corner, many of us will be busy getting the thanksgiving dinner ready. the latest plants saved by adot crews and where they are ending up. if you could like to contact me on social stkwra, find me on facebook and twitter. we got a funny picture of john, kari, and ty in our halloween
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adot crews, not only building the loop 202 south mountain extension, they are saving 1,000 trees and cacti in the path. they are removing it to be cared for at a temporary nursery. it is expected to open in 2019. you may have seen family and rock, north dakota. activists are targeting people to disrupt the prayer camp so they urge people to check in at standing rock. it does not follow facebook check ins for any location. this claimed rumor is false. many people are checking in as a show of solitary with the tribe. if you have been on google, did you spend time playing the
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in time for halloween. it has the cat making its way through the house sort of like a harry potter scene. you try to swipe depending on which direction to come from as you play it here by knocking off as many ghosts as you can. this has been a big hit today. the game is being made available by google and countries that celebrate halloween. corner and there is a new way to get your turkey questions answered. butterball has been taking questions from cooks for years. for the first time, you can text your questions to the service. the regular phone line starts tomorrow but you can start texting your questions on november 17. experts will be on call 24/7. still ahead, dave money is back with the halloween forecast. follow us on instagram and
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10 phoenix. vo: 13 year-old sabrina told a school counselor she was raped by her uncle. her counselor called sheriff joe arpaio's office. but arpaio failed to protect her. for three more years, sabrina's uncle continued to rape her - and arpaio did nothing.
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while arpaio focuses on his personal agenda. arpaio talks tough,
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i spent many years as a nuclear missile launch officer. if the president gave the order we had to launch the missiles, that would be it. i prayed that call would never come. [ radio chatter ] self control may be all that keeps these missiles from firing. [ sirens blearing ] i would bomb the [ beep] out of them. i want to be unpredictable. the thought of donald trump with nuclear weapons scares me to death. it should scare everyone. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. all right, dave, a lot of kids getting ready to go trick-or-treating. the temps are cooperating.
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81 degrees, in arizona that is not a bad temperature. in des moines, that is the high for the day. west, northwest at 10 are the winds we have with the 81-degree temperature. city looking good here all lit up on a halloween evening. 77 degrees right now in fountain hills and deer valley. 78 in glendale. we have 81 degrees in chandler. apache junction, 86 right now. you can see a little bit of moisture north and that's kind of what we're dealing with. another storm coming in to the north of us up here. you can see the rotation of that low and kicking a lot of moisture up and you're seeing high elevation in a few places. still windy a couple of places but still a few places where we're seeing the breezy conditions out there. this is the futurecast. we get through wednesday but look what happens on thursday where we find ourselves in the
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we turn it on again and we get into late thursday and there is phoenix right there so there is going to be a threat thursday into early friday. 86 degrees for the high today. we had 82 degrees in buckeye. 82 degrees in glendale. 83 degrees in scottsdale. another 82 out at gateway. other numbers we have, lots of 70's, a few 60's. 62 in flagstaff. 75 in sedona. 84 at gila bend. 81 in yuma. over in show low, it was a comfortable 66 degrees on the day. these are the forecast lows tonight. you can see they are all coming down nicely. we see 50's out there, lots of 60's to enjoy. here is your day. 86 on the high. 38, 53, normal high and low. record high, 96. record low at 36.
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you can see the 80-degree temperatures, near 80, a little over 80 in few places. 11 inches of snow in a few areas in the northwest. we got rain across the dakotas today. windy conditions with gusts up to 78 miles an hour in south dakota. mild weather to the north of the great lakes and warm weather to the south of st. louis. those temperatures are hanging on. see all of the 80's in there. north of that mid 70's in albuquerque. 60 degrees overnight. we'll have 80 degrees for tomorrow with a few clouds hanging in there. it is all 80's all the way for the 10-day forecast. watch your kids around water. >> reporter: here we go again. nfl officiating under fire again in what might be the worst blown
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against carolina. wait until you hear this. your not going to believe what
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paul babeu is abusive. physical and sexual abuse at a boarding school. woman: a school that used to be run by pinal county sheriff paul babeu. disturbing. man: babeu's school was unlicensed, abusive, and dangerous. woman: paul babeu exposed in a damning home video. man: congressional candidate not only ran a boarding school practices and even bragged about them. paul babeu is unfit to represent us. house majority pac is responsible
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>> reporter: it is certainly a logical question, why does a billion dollar industry like the
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the calls on the field have been shotty as best of late. let's tell you about yesterday's obvious forward pass called for a fumble recovery and to a touchdown. the video booth upstairs was down. you see thomas. look at the spiral. how do you not throw that forward when you see carson palmer pushing the ball forward. they declared it a fumble. davis pic scores a touchdown. listen carefully, i asked bruce arians today, i said what happened. the video feed to the officiating booth was down and bruce arians couldn't believe it and he finally talked about it and clarified. listen to him carefully as he discussed it. i asked him today, what happened on this call. >> there was no instant replay
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but no one had an instant replay feed to look at it. the replay official upstairs went with his naked eye so he went with the call on the field. there was no video to watch at that point in time. >> reporter: that is just an inexcusable when you think about it here. we have a big baseball game tomorrow in cleveland. world series game six followed by fox 10 news a continues tonight. we'll have a special piece on the all-time great cubs. going back to the officiating, we've said it before, even mike who you see on fox, why aren't they full-time officials getting the best training, review and tutoring along the way? when you get a blown call like this, it can hahn you and affect
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as the game, for you not to have another fail-safe method on a big call is inexcusable for such a big industry. >> maybe we should send them money so they can buy a second machine. i know they are not doing very well. >> happy halloween. "tmz" is next. we'll see you back here at 9:00
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announcer: today on "tmz" -- harvey: ok. [laughter] ok, folks! out-of-control party at diddy's. >> so diddedy's son hosted a halloween party. it's the craziest thing i have ever seen. people s gates. the security pepper sprays all of them. harvey: i hate to say it but what a bunch of losers. go party yourself. >> that party will be one of the hottest party on the weekend. harvey: why? >> everybody goes to these parties. >> bow wow was there. >> don't mention bow wow. >> mariah carey, big issues with the nasty breakup with james packer. harvey: she wants $50 million. >> how can you get that? you weren't married. harvey: something bad happened on the boat in greece. >> right. harvey: the reality is, they


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