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((rain)) fox 10 news at 9:00 starts now. what? is that rain i hear? talk about a transformation, just last week, we hit 100 degrees, a new record for that late in october. >> i forgot about that, yeah. >> totally different story, mother nature flipped the switch and we are in fall. this almost felt like winter a little bi it was rainy, windy, and actually a litte bit chilly today across the valley. >> today, storms accompanied by a pretty large wall of dust. you meant think about this during monsoon, dust storm pretty rare this time of year. skyfox tracked it rolling through the southeast, making things a little bit dicey out on the roads. >> and check out what they are dealing with in this neighborhood, a huge tree, maybe
blown it could be, right on top of cars. the cars are smashed up tonight, the tree is pretty much a goner, leaving a huge whole in the front yard. >> did you see the root ball of that tree? amazing. dave munsey in the weather center. he's been tracking this all day. >> he's joining us with the rainfall totals and what's happening around the state. >> we were expecting the rain, sure not expecting the big dust storm that we saw and some of behind it here. we are looking at something that we might have seen in the middle of august rather than on the second day of november. you get down in, you still see some moisture coming in. you still see it coming out of that southeastern corner down there, and when we had a little bit to it, take a look at the amounts. a inch by three points, by morana 2.3 inches, almost an
and three tenths by phoenix, 1.5 inches in arizona city, up a little closer to the valley, once again over by avondale we have over an inch. we have over an inch just south of phoenix. we have over an inch over by sackatone and then just over .2 inches by apache junction. you can see here that we are getting a pretty good amount of moisture in with all of this, you can see through the amounts out there, they get a little bit lighter now, you can see .2 inches by mesa, almost an inch north of the city here, and then down south here we get just about two inches in the san tan area, and over by queen creek .2 inches, everything varying. up by scottsdale, you can see here very, very small amounts as
phoenix and into scottsdale, not a lot. we have more to show you about the storm and we will in a few minutes. during the storm, a car ended up in a canal at arizona mills mall. the person in the car was able to make it out okay. it appears maybe the car lost it on the slick road, went right through the fence, the person made it out of the canal. no one was inside. it is not clear what led up it this point, probably had to do with the rain and slick roads. rain clearing out in the valley, things drying out, but what a drop in temperatures. >> incredible. stefania okolie has been in downtown phoenix, now here for a couple of months, you're getting a taste of what it's like as we cool down. >> yeah, exactly, john and kari, i was asking myself, what is this, mother nature throwing a little bit of a temper tantrum.
heard thunder a little bit later on. and now i'm suffering outside sleeveless, and so are a lot of people here, at bars on creston view. folks telling me they weren't expecting the temperatures to drop this low. an empty patio at crescent ballroom in downtown phoenix, much different from the usual scene, especially at this time of the night. >> busy. >> bands of rain moved throughout the valley today and left us with cooler air. it took us by surprise. >> it was pretty warm yesterday, so i freaked out this morning when it was kind of cold. >> and for some, it brought just the chill they needed. >> i was hoping it would storm really hard, so i'm actually pretty happy about this. >> reporter: yeah, i mean, talk about a whirlwind in the temperatures a week ago, last thursday, i was covering the hundred degree temperatures,
october as well at the state fair, and well, look, now we are here. hpefully everyone puts on a jacket and stays cool tonight. we are live in downtown phoenix this evening, stefania okolie, fox 10 news. thanks, stefania. yeah, last week, she was at the state fair and it was a hundred. i forgot about that. the weather having an impact on the get out the vote rally at the cubs spring training ballfield, open haven't been out there. those who did go say they certainly weren't prepared for it. >> the weather did not dampen my mood. i wasn't really prepared for it. i didn't braining umbrella. i usually do. >> it was raining, so i was like, oh, my gosh, it's so cold. i strongly support john mccain. >> a little bit chilly? yeah, just a little bit. >> i think in arizona we have about a one or two-degree
>> no, no, not "we," just you do. >> earlier today, tim kaine was in arizona, both the trump and clinton campaigns hitting arizona hard. kaine spoke to a supporters at the maryvale center, delivered entirely in spanish, the first for a person on the white house ticket. you are about to hear tim kaine in his words today. >> trump's vision is foreboding and divisive, so today, i want you to hear directly from me that under the clinton-kaine administration, there will be room for everyone in this country. >> tim kaine learned spanish
catholic missionaries in honduras for nine months when he was a studen back in the early 1980s. the big ticket for the clinton campaign heading to arizona this week, bernie sanders, a lot of people wish he was on the ballot right here. he's going to be here sunday stumping for hillary clinton. part of a 12 state campaign tour, no details have been released just yet. donald trump, jr. returning to the valley to campaign for his father, at the water tower plaza at 10:45 in the morning. he was here last week campaigning for his father at a.s.u. whether you did or did not request an early ballot or maybe you just enjoy the experience of voting on november 8th, many will turn out to cast ballots. they really count this time around in arizona.
battleground state in arizona, and many are receiving a paid day off to vote. marcy jones joins us with the story. and other companies could follow suit, right? >> absolutely, that's what they are hoping. the managers of this valley company say because this election is unlike what they have ever seen before, they are going to do something that they have never done before, and they hope it's a trend. >> when employees at the pharmaceutical company learned that they were getting the day off to vote, the idea went over well, and not just because they don't have to come into work. >> i think it's a great idea. i think it should be a national holiday, personally, to give as many people as possible a chance to vote. >> others add it's really not about politics but rather exercising a basic right. >> we are not very political here. no one speaks about who or what they are voting for, but they
because it is our, you know, we should do it as american citizens >> reporter: attorney john -- says it is not only important to know your right as an american citizen but in arizona as well. >> arizona's voting rights act guarantees to all workers three consecutive hours in which to vote on voting day without any reduction in pay. >> he says even though arizona has one of the ballot rates in the country, the law is there just in case. >> this law is becoming a law that really protects the rights of individuals who really enjoy of experience of going to a poll and casting a vote. >> even those caught in long lines say they are ready to try again. >> i know with previous issues earlier this year, voting lines were quite long, and so our ownership committee decided that they didn't want that to be an
day off. that way we could have ample time to make sure that we get out to go vote. >> okay. so before you start popping the champagne and saying i'm going to go into work late, here's how it works. now, the polls open from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. now, if you work 9:00 to 5:00, let's say, that gives you three hours in the morning. so you already have three consecutive hours before work to go vote. so no soup for you. but if you work to 6:00, you can actually tell your employer that they should give you an hour at the beginning of your shift or two hours towards the end of your shift to make it three consecutive hours. now, if you plan to use this, you need to tell your employer at least one day in advance. >> okay. >> we don't get to come in late. >> this is why we do the story tonight and not on monday night, right? >> exactly. >> i think she did that explaining for us, john. we don't get to come in late.
results for you today, pardon me here, election day results right here on fox 10, november 8th is election day. we'll bring you results on the air and online. our televised coverage begins at 5:00 p.m., but we will also be streaming live on fox news now and on facebook throughout the day. >> this is an absolutely heartbreaking story out of surprise where a woman allegedly abused her boyfriend's son, a little guy, just a toddler, because he would not stop crying and wouldn't that little baby, that little boy is fighting for his life. police say lizette yadira moreno threw the boy on the floor twice and then called 911. he was thrown to phoenix children's hospital where doctors found severe head injuries. that child is on life support and is not expected to survive. neighbors say that they often heard and saw disturbing things coming from that home. >> it was definitely dysfunctional over there, a lot of yelling and snatching going
the morning to go to school, i just hear like just screaming and yelling and stuff. >> yeah. this is just a toddler with severe head injuries who is not expected to make it. this is the woman being charged. moreno is charged now with felony child abuse. we are getting a look at a new surveillance video of two teens at a gilbert condo complex that broke out in fire saturday in gilbert. police are hoping to talk to the two teens seen on the video. a $15,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest, and if you know anything about this, call gilbert police. coming up, a tough love approach to teaching kids an important lesson about texting and driving. the startling way, though, that a school tried to teach that lesson. . and only on fox tonight, the story of an arizona family, how
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hours, just surreal for chicago cubs and their fans. even if you weren't a fan, you probably became one. the drought is finally over, and the curse has been lifted. it's broken. the team returning with their first world series trophy in 108 years to a cheering crowd outside of wrigley field. a victory parade will be held tomorrow in chicago, and that will be a sight to behold. >> steve bartman needs to come
he does. this coming monday, november 7th, has been claimed world series champion chicago cubs day in mesa. as many of you know, sloan park is home to the cubs spring training. fans are encouraged to wear their cubs blue on monday, and post photos of their favorite place in mesa with the #cubsdaymesa. >> you may remember during game one of the world series, a phoenix restaurant roast a goat in hope of breaking the billy goat curse. the superstitious cubs fans, there's a few out there. >> it's not getting the national atention it should be getting. it broke the curse. >> as legend have it, a fan tried to take his goat to the
wa telling the cubs that they ain't going to win the world series no more, and they had not won until last night. the group at the restaurant thinks they had something to do with the win. >> we decided to do goat tacos with it and just feel like we wanted to do something to get this curse finally lifted and make all of the cub fans happy and proud, so made it happen. >> a lot of the generation fans though didn't believe in that, and i don't blame this. >> they need to get their due. game 7 last night of the world series was the most watched game 7 in more than 25 years. it even beat out game 7 of the 2001 world series between the diamondbacks and the yanees. >> that was so special. who can forget that unbelievable ending. i get goose bumps thinking about it. >> it was something. >> jude lacava with the man who
and beloved here. >> think about this, kari, when you go back and you think of drama. you witnessed it last night. nothing quite like the intensity of a game 7 of the world series. every pitch, every moment can decide the fate of the game. so who better to ask about the tension and the intensity of the final game than the man who will forever be remembered as the guy who came up with the big hit to put the dbacks in the record >> you really don't sleep. you're constantly staring at the clock all night long, and you play all year and it comes down to one game, winner take all. and there could be nothing better for the fans. it's just excruciating for both sides of the field for the teams. every pitch, every play, every moment means something. i mean, from the time that the national anthem starts, your
locked up and ready to go for this game, and as the game goes on and you're playing in this game, i mean you're exhausted by th time the game is over. hopefully you're on the winning side. when you're on deck, your mind is racing, you know, a thousand miles a minute. you know, you just kind of -- you're anticipating, you're trying to figure out the situation, what's going to happen. and then when you get up there, as you are walking up, you're thinking about the situation, what you have to do, the task at hand, to try to get the play or the >> how did it change your life? >> i think i'm a baseball fan, i'm a sports junky. i appreciate great moments, great plays, great players. i think i appreciate it more of what happened in 2001, when you look back at how many great players have played the game who have not had the opportunity to even play in a play-off game or even be in a world series, and
guys on that 2001 team, our first time ever in a world series and to be able to win it, we don't know any different. we were one shot, and we made it, and we won it. we are seeing it here in arizona. it's 15 years now, and we are trying to get back to the top of the mountain again, and i know that the people who were there or who were around realize how much fun that was, just to be a part of it. and with a team we had, it was not one individual person. it was us. it was the community. it was we all rallied together to win that, and it's pretty special when you still go out in the community and people still talk about that, what happened 15 years ago. >> i just want to say, wow, huh? i mean, 15 years ago, can you believe that? and that will never, ever, ever get old in the history of sports in the state of arizona, a remarkable moment. you know, we were fortunate, john and kari, to actually cover
gonzo 15 years ago later and you're almost reliving that whole moment over again, the drama in game 7 and the remarkable finish. the dbacks are looking for the hiring of a new manager. everyone wants to see the team get back to that arena again, the world series. we will tell you what we know about the managerial search when we return in 30 minutes. >> i think that was one of the best moments in our life, it was really special. >> i remember gonzo telling us he would wake up at night thinking he didn't make the hit, and he did it. a lost dog rescued, and you won't believe who that dog belongs to. >> what we all had our lives changed a little bit today is th in and brought the temperatures down. look at that one out there right now.
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your exclusive accuweather forecast with dave munsey on fox 10 news. well, quite a night, huh, quite an afternoon. 65 degrees right now, winds out of the east southeast at five miles an hour, still a little haze, a little sprinkle here and there coming down across the via, some areas getting hit pretty hard, 66 right now in mesa, 62 up at cave creek, 64 in deer valley, in surprise it's 65 degrees, another mid-60s for you in ahwatukee at this hour. you can see that moisture, still streaming in to the state. we get on and take a look at some of these areas picking up as much as two inches of rain in between tuscon and the phoenix area. once it got up into the phoenix area, we were limited to a little less than a half an inch in most areas. you can see here that moisture really making a tread through
through at the present time. but earlier a lot, and there is still some out there that we are going to be dealing with. here's phoenix right in here. there's scottsdale. there's guadalupe. and then you get over here to glendale and surprise and then tolleson as well. we go a little further out, and you can see that moisture has got a long reach for a little while, heading more in a northerly direction at this particular time. you see it up here near cave creek. here's the flagstaff area. we'll jump up there and take a look at that system. kind of mixing it up in a few hours north of flagstaff at this time as well. and then we get a look over in the midsection of the mountain areas. there's young, there's payson, you see heber right over here, and then slide over to the east to get a look at show low, white river, and some of these areas, still getting some of that moisture as well. you can see what the setup is here. low pressure bringing it in from
creating that draw right there. that brings that moisture right up into the state. as we look at the futurecast, you can see it's not quite over here by friday morning. it's not exactly in the city, but it's most certainly off to the east of us, and there's a lot of it out there. but it is staying away. we are going to see some pretty clear sky the. we might see a little bit of cloudiness. be there might be a sprinkle here and there, but for the most part that is going to be out of here by tomorrow morning. still prettyre areas, look at safford, 23-mile-an-hour wind gusts, 24 miles an hour down at douglas. 84 degrees on the high today, and as we get a look at some of these other numbers, look at that, 66 in prescott, payson at 61, 53 in flagstaff, with 84 at gila bend. you see some moisture down in the southern plains as well, a lot of that moisture coming from south of texas. we have 66 overnight. we'll be looking at 78 degrees with a few clouds tomorrow, and
back into the 80s. mid-80s, low 80s, yeah, there are a couple of upper 80s in there as well. watch your kids around water. >> thank you, dave. that looks fantastic. next on fox 10 news at 9:00, the story of an arizona family to traveled to
eastern europe to save a young boy left to die in an orphanage. his journey to the u.s., and
verde arizona family has opened its home to children with special needs. they have fostered more than 25 kids and adopted four of them. >> such a beautiful female and tonight kristy siefkin brings yus the most recent adoption. >> i have six children. >> my oldest daughter's name bailey. she is the quintessential oldest daughter. >> my oldest son is silas. silas is in middle school. he loves playing sports. he loves golf. >> my middle son is silas. he's our first adopted child and our foster child. >> elie is my little girl, who loves to sit in my life. >> joel, we actually nicknamed him grandpa.
google maps. >> israel, our oldest is only five, and he's an amazing boy. >> he's a miracle boy. he came from a situation that most would not survive. >> darin and stacy have walked a long and arduous road to build this beautiful family. a high school science teacher and a nurse, they planned on only having two kids, and then one day at sc foster child. >> he shared he was a foster child, says i don't know where i'm staying, is someone coming to get me on a bus? i'm scared to death. >> that was the day they decided to become to herself parents. with her medical background, the couple trained in special medical foster care. >> you have a lot more capacity to love a kid than you might
so when you raise them for two years, they learn to call you mom and dad, and it's not a hard thing to go, okay, well, you're staying forever. >> they fostered their first adopted son, isaac, when he was just a baby. he spent weeks in the hospital having seizures and screaming in pain from migraines. >> the future for him was he's probably never going to walk, talk, smile. there was like no one was home. >> just one year in the gagnon 's care, and isaac improved beyond recognition. >> the physician walked in, looked at the file, walked back out, and came back in and was like, this can't be the same kid. i don't see outcomes like this ever. >> they went on to adopt joel, elie, and most recently israel, a five-year-oldwy with spina
families find children with special needs. >> in eastern europe, children born with special needs at birth are placed in an orphanage, and if not adopted, between 4-6 are transferred to an adult mental institution, and within five years 80% of those kids died. >> she flew to a place she called a hell hole, a cold sterile building where disabled childr >> they take me to this back section, and it's baby after baby with large heads and sores everywhere dying, and i thought, oh, my god, like, they need medical care. can we get them? let me help. and they are like, no, no, no. they are laying rooms for them to die. there is no value for the handicapped children. they actually consider them a curse from god.
was planning on selling his organs, whether i was somehow considering profiting from him. >> when stacy met him, leg was tied to a bar. >> when i first met israel, i was horrified. hey hand me this baby, and he smells like urine. his teeth were decayed. he was so broken and ransom for israel, documenting the horrors she can't figure. >> babies that go without medical care and infants that learn not to cry, laugh or smile. kids caged in cribs, banging hads on bars to self soothe, biting fingers until they bleed,
diet. >> through her blog, stacy fund raised for orphanage medical supplies and for his israel's $38,000 fee. in 2008 they flew back and rescued israel. >> i told stacy, you know you have got to get this on video because he's never coming back here. he will never remember this place, and he will be our ch our son, and not their orphan. >> stacy and darin say their children immediately braced their new little brother, as if he had been part of family all along. >> thank you. i'm not going to eat it. >> now in kindergarten, israel is thriving, learning his abcs and proudly doing tricks in his wheelchair. >> spin it.
he's not an orphan. he's not broken. he's a normal kid who had a bad circumstance who now his life will be full. >> and is it hard? hell, yes, it's hard. there are days that are really hard. but the victories and pouring your life into something that actually matters, there's nothing that you can compare to that. nothing. >> i think that's one of the most important stories we have ever hopefully you can share that. we are going to put that on our app and our facebook page, and hopefully you can share that one. stacy's blog, ransom for israel is still accepting -- >> yeah, accepting donations. all of the money raised goes towards medical supplies for children still living in bulgaria. thank you for that, kristy, and to that family, our hats off to you. you are doing god's work.
paradise family is reunited with its owners. it turns out the dog belonged to phoenix sunsley an -- suns leandro barbosa, a dog named maya who got lost while on a he and the dog were soon reunited. >> i guess this dog really means a lot to him. he was all upset and they were thrilled to get him back. i was a canine handler, just thrilled, i love dogs. anytime you can reunite somebody with a lost dog, it's a cool thing. >> barbosa tweeted out a thank you for to the sergeant and also said, quote, "i can only wish you to continue to bless this community with your beautiful
mentioned in the same sentence. we have got some news around the nfl. you're going to want to stick around. plus, a.s.u. hoops back on the basketball court, and we'll tell you about number 31 continuing to make a very big impression around the nfl. we'll see you in sports. >> also ahead tonight, prop 206, a valley nonprofit, bracing for the impact of it should it pass. what does it mean? and will it be rainy and chilly tomorrow? dave is back after the break with a look at your wake up
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at 9:00. with john hook and kari lake. a valley nonprofit is bracing for the impact of a possible minimum wage hike that is being proposed on the november ballot in arizona. >> it is prop 206, and if it passes next week, minimum wage will go up to 10 bucks an hour in 2017, $12 an hour by 2020. the ceo of the mark center says he is not for or against the proposition, necessarily but the higher costs would mean fewer services available for the client he serves unless the government also increases its contribution to the center. if not, the center's future woud be in jeopardy. state lawmakers would have to approve the budget, but the ceo is developing an emergency contingency plan just in case. >> we calculate for our
an extra $800,000 per year, and of course this will start january 1. we are very concerned about waiting for the legislative session. other states have done an emergency session before december 1. california did, utah did. i would certainly urge the governor's office to at least consider that. >> and we did reach out to the governor's office about the issue but have not received a response so far. looks like fewer workers are getting pink slips, compani cutting a little under 31,000 jobs in october, the lowest level we have seen in five months, energy and computer companies shedding the most positions, this coming as workers are squeezing more into every hour of the day, productivity rising in the third quarter by the biggest amount in two years. and it's getting more expensive to buy a home, at least for now, 30-year fixed rate mortgage
since june, but still at historic lows. more than one in four millennials say they are going to lose a significant amount of sleep after election day if their candidate doesn't win. wow. that's business, i'm neil cavuto. well, let's take a look at these wake-up temperatures down a little bit, of course, with the changing weather here. 47 in prescott, 42 at flagstaff overnight, 41 at show low, 59 degrees at gila bend, 58 in casa grande, nice to see the 50s back into the desert, and 63 in ahwatukee. we are looking at 62 in mesa, 66 at deer valley, and at sky harbor might have hit that already, and then 62 at apache junction. when the kids get up, get ready to go. it's not going to change much. it's still going to be in the 60s, around 66 degrees. we'll see a few clouds. there will be some rain off to the east, outside of phoenix. i don't think we're going to see
sprinkle or two, but it will build into a very, very nice at about 78 degrees. we'll have more weather, coming up. >> that's like you set the thermostat and just say perfect. absolutely. nice stuff. >> sweater weather, isn't it? coming up, talkback time, why some experts say you should be spending more time thinking about death. >> i'm doing it right now. oh, no, actually i have something to read. plus, tough for high school students, about texting and driving. why one school is in a bit of trouble over it. 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. rapes, assaults, even child molestation,
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it's time for tonight's talkers. first up... well, it's that time for tonight's talkers. >> yeah, first up, death is something many of us spend a lot of time trying not to think about. try to avoid it at all costsment but, actually, you should spend more time, apparently, thinking about death, according to the journal of sports and exercise physiology. teor is what it says, that we strive for self-esteem and we want to accomplish things in our lives. subconsciously, you try to defeat death by doing more in your life. self-esteem gives you a feeling that you're a part of something bigger, that you have a chance for immortality. otherwise, you're just basicaly a sack of meat. >> are you trying to make me feel better or worse about myself? >> isn't that interesting? so if you think about death, it's a motivating factor to do something significant. >> yeah.
you enjoy life a little more, and you kind of imagine the end coming. the end of the show is about here. >> i'm completely bummed out now. it sounded good on paper, and now when you described it, i'm depressed? a wisconsin high school, they are trying to teach kids about death, about texting and driving, made an announcement during the pledge of allegiance that four kids in school had been killed in a car crash >> whose bright idea was this? >> it never happened but the principal thought it would be a good idea to teach kids a lesson about texting and driving. they waited ten minutes, some of them crying, some stressed out, let them think about that for ten minutes before saying, okay, that didn't really happen. >> that's a bridge too far. >> parents are mad, some of the students are mad, and some said actually it's a great way to
scared straight. >> i don't know. >> i don't know if i agree with that. i would be pretty po'd. >> i don't know. i don't think you go that far in a lesson. i don't think you take kids down that road. that's really traumatize k. >> four of their classmates? bad idea. >> they lost me on that. >> there's now an official investigation going on. >> of course. there may even be a lawsuit. >> possibly. all right. we are done talking. it's your turn to talk back. we have posted these topics on ou >> head to our facebook page pages share your thoughts, john hook fox 10. >> and kari lake fox 10. >> hey, john and kari, i'll tell you what everybody is talking about, yeah, the way it played out for the chicago cubs and paul goldschmidt talking about maybe the new manager of the arizona diamondbacks, baseball on deck. plus, coyotes shootout finish
training program. lisa lundskow: thousands of jobs depend on luke. without john mccain's leadership and experience - we could have lost many of those jobs. georgia lord: without question, senator mccain's leadership has made arizona and america stronger. john mccain: i'm john mccain and i approved this message. you're watching fox 10 sports with jude lacava. >> all right. so is it going to be this guy, nefen, triple manager of the aces, or the bench coach for the boston red sox? the diamond backs appear to be
manager. as far as paul goldschmidt is concerned, he believes the organization is about to make the right choice. >> everyone wants to speculatement i think the front office and the ownership, whoever is making those decisions, they are probably spending all of their time making the best coaching, manager decision possible, so you let them do it and have full confidence in any decision that they are going to make as a player. you don't know what's going to happen, but that's part of it. our job as a player is to go out >> the goldie's bash coming up this thursday the 10th, benefiting phoenix children's hospital. more information in the next coming days. david johnson, nfc offensive player of the month. think about this, rushed the ball 726 yards, 238 yards receiving, three games of 100 yards or more.
traction offensively, can run between the tackles. he can give you so much so many different ways, and he is the fantasy league delight for a lot of guys that are saying i'll take number 31 on my team, just an array of moves. the ability for this guy to make plays, no better exemplified than the hurdle, the stop, the start, and this play against carolina. here's bruce arians. >> you know, he's dynamic when he gets his hands on the ball whether it's a run or a pass. he made some phenomenal plays. it's a s yardage that had to be called back. >> nfl thursday night football, jameis winston, team hanging around the division. they would love to knock off atlanta tonight, hosting and going after the falcons. jameis winston rolling to his right and finding mike evans, bucs score first, 7-0 tampa bay, but atlanta having a great year because of a lot of reasons,
gabriel, flying on the play. julio jones will reel this one in, a back shoulder fade, and this was all atlanta, 43-28, the falcons. they move to 6-3 on the season. let's talk a little hockey. hockey night in glendale, oliver ekman-larsson, coyotes coming off a nice win against san jose. dvorak, what a move right here, his first coyotes, a little momentum with the win against the sharks. predators battle back. keep an eye on the puck. watch it again, beating domingue, mike smith still on the shelf, domingue getting every start of late. keep an eye on the predators,
p.c. subban, an overtime session means we are going to a shootout. vrbata this guy has the patented move, each and every time, he gets it done going top shelf here, coyotes 3-2 in the shootout. bobbi hurley, kentucky on the schedule, the 6'7" senior in transition, nice finish by trey holder, this a.s.u. team trying to make moves in the pac 12 this year. the little pushback and the rebound bucket. back with more sports in 20 minutes. here's marc martinez with fox 10 news at 10:00.
>> thank you for joining us for fox 10 news at 10:00. it was a wet and windy day as those storms popped up all throughout the state today, those showers continuing off and on throughout the day. and this afternoon, parts of maricopa and is pinal county hit by a giant wall of dust. you see it here in the great shot from skyfox. that was followed by a lot of rain. meanwhile, up north, even a tornado warning just east of winslow at one point this afternoon, again, a very busy weather day this here. this comes a little more than a month after the monsoon season, those storms this time of year pretty rare, and tonight all over the valley people were braving the conditions, and stefania okolie was out there talking to people trying to not to let the weather ruin plans tonight. she joins us live now with the story. >> reporter: yeah, mark, people really asking themselves what's going on as arizonans say the 60-degree temperatures that came pretty much out of nowhere was