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learning more about that massive good evening, we are learning more about that massive explosion that led to an apartment complex catching fire in payson last night. here is what we know. eight people were hurt in the blast. one is in serious condition. >> now investigators are trying to figure out what went wrong. there today and spoke to neighbors who describe what the explosion sounded like. >> what was once a fourplex now looks like this. a pile of smoldering debris after a loud explosion rocked the town of payson causing a fireball to take out this apartment complex. >> all of a sudden it was a great big boom and i jumped up and i said what the heck is that? and he goes just knocked me out of my chair. >> within minutes janet and her
see what the noise was all about when they got on scene the fireball had lit up the night sky. >> it was chaos. total chaos you could see the first responders trying to get everything under control. >> multiple crews worked to get the fire out. all while attending to those injured. >> i couldn't believe anybody wasn't killed. >> richard myers says he never heard anything like that before. >> we both heard the big boom and she wanted to know what it gunshot. it was an explosion of some type. >> total of nine people were inside at the time of the explosion. everyone has since been accounted for. seven people were transported to payson hospital and one woman who had more serious injuries was flown to phoenix and treated for burns. neighbors say after feeling and hearing the explosion, they are shocked everyone made it out. now the next step is to start
>> people that lost their homes and stuff, it's just horrific. but we will work together as a community to get them back on their feet. our first responders are awesome, awesome human beings. i can't say enough. >> investigators remain on scene as they try to figure out exactly what started the fire, that could take several hours if not days. reporting in payson, courtney griffin, "fox 10 news." a fire back here in valley, one person is looking for a place to stay after a fire breaks out in their scottsdale home. this happened near 86th and thomas. one person was in the home at the time, was able to escape. fortunately nobody was hurt by the flames and so far no word on what started that fire. and we continue to follow the tragedy that happened in the east valley yesterday. we are talking about the drowning of a four-year-old boy. he is now been identified as
investigators say the little boy climbed out of a window and then fell into the family pool and drowned. this all happened near university and val vista drive yesterday. police say the whole thing seems to be a tragic accident but they just want to caution, remind and warn parents to always have pool safety at the top of their mind, even as we head into the cooler months. on to a developing story now and we are learning more about the man who was pulled over outside of ourox after police say that he led them on a chase through the valley. police say the tony gutierrez was driving the wrong way near arizona avenue at gil and elliott in gilbert and officer tried to pull gutierrez over and then took off and led police on a 30 minute chase ending in downtown phoenix. police say they sent a canine unit because of the potential threat that suspect demonstrated. gutierrez was taken to a nearby hospital for a dog bite wound
>> sad news from the war room. we are learning that one of the soldiers killed this week on a military base in jordan was from tucson. 30-year-old staff sergeant kevin mcenroe was one of three americans killed after their convoy came under fire friday. the soldiers were part of a spoation -- special forces group. you decide 2016, and we are just two days out from the election, of course, and a huge hillary clinton e-mail probe. just a few hours ago director james comey announced the investigation has again closed down and the agency will not be recommending charges against clinton. comey said the fbi has worked, quote, around the clock to process and review a large number of e-mails and now this happened before both candidates were able to hold rallies today. the clinton campaign welcomed the announcement and even with
>> hillary clinton will be under investigation for a long, long time. for her many crimes against our nation, our people, our democracy. likely concluding in a criminal trial. >> now clinton also took shots at trump while she campaigned in ohio today. >> any of you seen the you know in that last debate, i point out that donald trump has bought chinese steel to build his last two buildings. all the while he has been running around ohio talking about what a great advocate he will be for working people. he doesn't have to buy chinese steel. he didn't have to help employ chinese steel workers. he could have bought good american steel made by american steel workers. >> now clinton maintains a
national polls. and the candidates as you can expect are leaving no stone unturned and here in arizona we have seen an influx of speeches and rallies this year as the state is now up for grabs. >> yesterday ben carson stumped for trump here in the valley. he has stopped in two places and then today vermont senator bernie sanders is campaigning in phoenix for hillary clinton. fox 10's stefania okolie is live at central high school. day after day this week linda and matt, we have seen people campaigning for both hillary and trump right here in the valley. bernie sanders making an appearance tod here at phoenix central high school. he when over topics of society issues, health care along with minimum wage, everything that really got this crowd rallied. they filled the gymnasium here to hear him speak. >> senator bernie sanders! crowd packed phoenix central high gymnasium going wild as
sanders to the stage. in two days america will elect a new president. bernie in arizona today to urge this crowd to go with hillary clinton. >> our job, your job is to make sure that on election night hillary clinton is the winner. >> the question is could arizona voters flip the state from red to blue. some say that it's not likely but bernie supporters say they've got a chance. >> we need all of the votes we can get. i would like to see the state turn blue. >> bernie sanders -- >> and today we tell those billionaires, we will fight to retain the democracy. >> sanders also taking a couple of jabs at donald trump. >> tenuously insults women and is proud of his assaults on women. >> supporters leaving today's event with what they called renewed energy. >> i believe it's coming together.
>> i think it's really important election. ever been. >> this rally today really showing that bernie sanders can still strongly appeal to millennials. of course, democratic county recorder candidate adrian fons it also making an appearance today urging everyone in the crowd to get out and vote on tuesday and maybe even bring a friend who can't get to the polls to the polls with you so you can vote in. live in phoenix, stefania okolie, "fox 10 news." thank you. for some people there is still not sure what they can and can't do at the voting polls on tuesday, so we asked the secretary of state. now obviously you are there to vote, but here is what some people are concerned about. they want to know whether they can bring their cell phones into the booth. people can do that. she says people are even allowed to pull out their phones if they
in the polling booth. you also have to be sure to vote at your polling location. that's important. and here is what else arizona secretary of state michele reagan said about taking photos with that early ballot. >> if you are at home and you still have a mail-in ballot and show the world on facebook who you voted for, that's okay to do. if you are at home. but when you inside the polling place, please, no cameras. no camera phones taking pictures inside of a >> reagan also said that polls will not be rigged. she noted the polls don't go on-line until election day. she says that makes it difficult for these polls to get hacked. >> makes sense and an election day reminder, ymca is making it easier for parents to vote on tuesday by offering child care. all 16 valley ymcas are participating in it and the child care runs from 8:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. on election
the third annual dia day los muertos festival this afternoon and the festival is to celebrate lives of loved ones who have passed away. the event is free and to the free to the public and included booths with local artists and food truck's people brought their photos of their loved ones to place on altars all around the fountain in the church's plaza. >> i see people from all kinds of races, all kind of ages spending time with their family here. >> i'm here to pass on traditions to my grandchildren. and hopefully them to the next generation and we can keep it all in the family. >> not much time left if you want to check it out that festival is tonight and it closes at 6:00. >> perfect weather for it. ready? start your engines. today is race day in downtown scottsdale. did you know about this?
prix of scottsdale. we will tell you about the big race. >> love me some racing. and plus phoenix voted one of the best places for home brewers. how we stack up against the other big cities. what a great day to have a home brew. temperatures a little bit on the warm side. we see that trailing off a little bit as we get into midweek. we will take -- the forecast coming up. the cardinals have the weekend off but most everyone wants to know can this team get it together and make their way to t overtime lions and vikings and cowboys tied for the best record in football and richard saenz looking ahead to asu showdown against utah.
lisa lundskow: luke air force base is not only vital to our national security -- but also to our local communities and economy. georgia lord: senator john mccain has been a powerful advocate for the base, taking a bipartisan approach when securing the fighter pilot 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.
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for at-risk youth. students were denied basic human rights and were subject to sexual abuse. arizona deserves better. arizona's largest newspapers endorse tom o'halleran for congress. "the republic" says, "elect tom o'halleran. his words match his work." and "the daily star" said, "o'halleran puts the common good above party politics. tom o'halleran -- a leader we can trust. a big celebration for home brewers right here in arizona. >> cheers to you guys. the business of home brewing has been booming and phoenix is ranked one of the top cities by the american home brewers association.
difficult story for us today. >> are you okay? >> i told you that you would learn i get all of the difficult stories. and that's what sets arizona's club apart. this is so cool. usually around the country they are all separated by city. here in arizona it's one massive club for the entire state making it one of the largest and most successful. from porters to stout for the arizona's society of home brewers it's about passion for the pint. >> this has been 1995. all of our members are invited to come out and celebrate the year. and we come in-- coincide that with our fall classic. >> twice a year the club gets together, in spring and fall to show off their latest home brewed creations. each season bringing in different tastes. >> you will naturally get more of those pumpkin beers and autumn spices and preparing for winter beers and those types of things. >> the american home brewers association just named phoenix a
brewing scene. something many club members say they are proud of. and even though it may seem like a new trend, it's been around for awhile. >> phoenix in particularly was driven by the local home brew club scene and particularly with the arizona society of home brewers. they are very established club and they have been around for quite awhile. they have seen some real tremendous gret in the last few years. >> the best of the brews take home medals of recognition encouraging creettivity excellence. that's what the club is all about coming up with the next best brew even if that means taking risks. >> we learn from each other and we learn from each other's successes and i have brewed a couple of bad things. you learn from your failures as well. >> now the celebration is going on until 6:00 tonight at qantas park in -- quanious -- kiwanis club in tempe. sounds good. thank you.
annual grand prix of scottsdale gatsby weekend. >> that sounds like fun. so pane fun things. the final event the big race. and the theme was the roaring 20s and it came complete with cocktails and open wheeled vintage mini racers. they look pretty vintage for sure. the race took place this morning at 11:00 and was free to the general public. >> there were up to 40 of these vintage mini racers that you see navigating a half mile road course with drivers. more than 20,000 people were expected at the event. looks like they probably made it. i love that. >> i like that. well, it was a nice day and i hope you found a little shade for that still pretty nice out there but what about the rest of the week here?
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look at that. 82 degrees just a light breeze out of the southwest for you. about eight miles per hour. there is a
little haze in the air. it's been a great day today and a nice sunday. 81 degrees right now in scottsdale. 78 degrees in fountain hills. 80 deg 79 in surprise. and ahwatukee it's 84 degrees. little bit on the warm side today. you see a little bit of cloud cover around us. some of it coming in to the northeastern portion of the state today. most part it was clear and sunny with a little haze up there. 84 degrees right now at sky harbor. we had 82 degrees at buckeye. 81 at deer valley. 81 degrees in chandler as well.
in some areas. as you can see, beautiful across the mountains here. 64 in flagstaff. 72 degrees in sedona. 71 in prescott. and 89 degrees in yuma. so picking up a little bit on the desert floor mid-80s at gila bend of overnight lows looking good. mixing some 50s in there now. you have 58 in surprise. 57 in ahwatukee. 57 in fountain hills. 60 in scottsdale. look at mesa at 56 degrees. that's almost chilly out 80 and 56 is your normal high and low. there is your record high at 94. your record low at 34. let's take a look here and see what we are forecasting. mid-80s temperatures are warming up a little bit. you can see there are some low 80s mixed in around the valley but for the most part it's mid-80s. we have some 70s in the mountains a few 60s showing as well. 72 at prescott. 89 is the forecast once again at
as we look across the country we see a little bit of mixed weather as far as the northwest is concerned. we see some rain here and there is a little bit of high elevation snow, cloud cover a little moisture northern portions of california. and this storm down here near dallas and another one moving through oklahoma at this time. we will get a look at both of them here. those are the two biggest storms on the horizon right now. you see a little bit cover in the northeast with 60 degrees in new york. 73 in charlotte today and in atlanta mid-70s. these are all temperatures outside of the realm for what we are looking for at this time of year. some of them as much as 20 degrees warmer. 70 in wichita. 70 in dallas. 71 in bismarck. look at billings, 65 degrees. 60 in seattle today with mid-70s in san diego. that's the way things will look overnight. 61 degrees.
a lot of sunshine. we will stay with that theme of sunshine and 80-degree temperatures. we have an upper 80-degree temperature on tuesday with 88 degrees but the rest of 9 temperatures are night -- the temperatures are nice get downing to the low 80s. matt, nice to meet you. >> how about that? >> that's why i came in today was to work with matt. >> i appreciate that. weather around the country, not a bad day in any of the continental 48. >> the other day i said i was talkin talking to my relatives back there that are getting -- and i said, you know, they love this stuff and then i saw a national story where they were saying they were getting sick of it. they like winter, too. >> i have a friend in maine and winter did not show up for them last year. the snow, she was devastated. they were miserable. >> they like their winter. >> and hurt them economically as as well because of skiing. >> it's nice weather.
something we are to deal with here but could daylight savings time have a negative impact for your health or your loved ones? we will talk about it next. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and
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hour this morning for daylight savings time. turns out that arizona not changing their clocks may be good for your health. transitions into daylight savings time linked to increased heart attack risk and fatal car accidents. doctors say that people may feel sluggish in the next couple of days to adjust to time change. and they say that it's easier for our bodies to adjust to falling back this time of year as opposed to springing forward the clock. this may not shock, but constantly worry being having a heart attack may make it more likely you will have a heart attack. researchers collected catta over more than 7,000 people born in the 1950s. the team found that just over 700 people who had anxiety scores that showed they were anxious about their health. during seven years of follow-up, more than 200 people had a heart attack or acute chest pain. and you guessed it.
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this message. u.s. backed kurdish forces in syria are now beginning their push to take the isis capital of rocka. >> this offensive takes place as forces battle their way through the city of mosul. >> fox news correspondent has more on the offensive and the allied plan to beat isis. >> isis facing a two prong assault by u.s. allied troops in both iraq and in syria. kurdish led syrian forces
their military campaign to drive militants from the syrian city. isis of course is under attack by u.s. backed iraqi forces in mosul. which insurgence captured two years ago. the operations to retake mosul began three weeks ago and iraqi troops have seized control of much of the eastern part of the city and are pushing farther in despite fears of isis resistance of the u.s. views kurdish and the involvement in the war against isis is controversial because nato member turkey considers the kurds as enemies and does not want the kurds involved in either fight. meanwhile in syria, government planes resume their bombing of rebels and civilians in aleppo this weekend. as the asaid regime continues to press for control of aleppo, the humanitarian crisis is getting worse with food and water in