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tatum, rush hour. just a mess. this is the aftermath of our storm moving through the valley this evening. ashley is in for paul. and we said that's the aftermath but there is still rain coming down. >> still rain coming down, and more on the way. yes, we have snow falling up at snowbowl in flagstaff! take a live look at this. first snow of the season. i've got an e-mail and a phone call. so exciting to see this, the first snow. let's talk about what we're seeing here at home.
creek area. heavier rain toward the foothills. this is going to be affecting us through the next hour. >> i'm glad you showed us that snow. i don't think i would have believed you. [ laughter ] some national headlines. >> brandon won a recent episode of chop. it was the skills he learned inside jail that helped him come out on top. >> reporter: ruiz was here at tent city more than a decade ago, working inside the kitchen. he's now an executive chef. he called on the skills he learned here to win a reality tv
>> reporter: it was that can-do attitude and scrappiness that helped claim the top spot and 10-grand. >> it was a lot harder than what i thought it would be, for sure. >> reporter: he spent two years in tent city on weapons and is drug charges and calls the time >> we cooked what we could. >> reporter: working at a historic restaurant in downtown santa fe. >> i've been the executive chef there for years. >> reporter: and he's grateful for his second chance, he credits his turnaround to their family, and not sheriff arpie
county jails credit. i don't want to give joe arpaio credit. i did this on my own. >> reporter: on his facebook page, sheriff arpaio released a statement congratulating him. and he believes they can help people. police say this shows a man grabbing two chainshaws right off a shelf and attempting to walk off with them. he was confronted by a store manager.
a queen creek middle school, and is has a condition all called alopecia. the parents have gone to the school for help several times but their last ditch effort >> reporter: michael griffiths fought back tears as he appealed to the school board and passed out photos of 12-year-old breanna. >> i see a beautiful girl who's dealing with a lot. and i don't see the bald spots on her head >> reporter: this video has
times. >> her grades are starting to slip. i can't do it fur. she's going through hell. >> it was gut wrenching. >> reporter: a board member was touched by the emotional plea and has been in regular contact with the griffiths. >> there's soenl so much i can do as a board member. >> reporter: they hope to find >> reporter: the griffiths hope everyone will look at breanna and see the happy and caring little girl they see. >> instead ever looking at the back of her head, look at front, look at her smile, look at the person she is. >> reporter: she is working on an assembly presentation to show the kids at queen creek middle
this is coming in from tempe. a live picture adot. near us-60 and priest. what you're seeing is a little tough to make out, a cough that plunged into the canal >> you can see the car, basically just the roof of the car is above the water. at this point we dent know if anybody is still in the car, if they've got people out. you can see that the ambulance is still there. and there are people autoside. it doesn't look like a lot of activity is going on. so we don't know how long the car has been in there.
told that the driver was able to get out, but there are no injuries at this point. we're not sure through the fence! >> it could have come through the fence, or from the other side of the canal also it. does look like it might have come through. because you can see some damage there where that one officer is standing right there. the good news, no one injured in this, the driver got out. >> we're gonna keep an eye on
thursday evening. coming up, no key? no problem! 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. sabrina's uncle continued to rape her - and arpaio did nothing. rapes, assaults, even child molestation, remain uninvestigated, while arpaio focuses on his personal agenda. arpaio talks tough,
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in the '80s. 39 saves, more tonight's game, take it away. >> reporter: good movie reference there. coyotes coming tonight riding a high. they just beat the sharks. the coyotes were already undergoing a bit of a youth movement. nine guys will take the ice tonight under 2
so far of the nhl, and not just the coyotes, the defense man, he's made the cut, not gon sent back to the juniors. and he's playing some monster hockey right now. it's a rarity for an 18-year-old to be in the nhl, much less a defenseman. but he's the son of a vet. he played 23 minutes on tuesday. >> it's an honor to be in the national hockey league and play here. and you can't forget that. you do need to show confidence. >> my first chance, and i knew i wasn't ready at that point. he has a maturity and a focus and he's very self-driven. >> where's he from, gotta be the north, right? no, he's from florida. right at home in the desert southwest. coyores and is
new diamondbacks manager's first big move is coming soon. bob knighten gail is reporting -- it is between these two. nevin has been rumored to replace chip hale in july. and whoever is picked has his work cut out for him. work side by side, trying to fix that rotation. there's great professional players in arizona, ultimately as we just saw in the world series, you've got to have the arms and the rotation and the bullpen. arizona is lacking both. >> let's hope they make some improvements. arizona is hope to a lot of classic car auctions. one of the
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>> reporter: glamrous, high-dollar auctions like scottsdale's barrett-jackson, and to the awe. >> it's such a good running car >> reporter: just about every weekend in the valley you'll see dozens of these works of art on wheels on display. all the time and money involved, it may be no surprise that there is underbelly here. fake classic, swinged lers, and thieves. >> there are sharks out flchlt >> reporter: we tell the story of one of the biggest classic car con men in the valley who took money from victims around the world. how he got away with it tonight at 6:30. we've been keeping our eyes on the sky. video from the penguin air plumbing news chopper. they captured an amazing bolt of lightning coming
clouds. you can see that storm pushing the wall of dust with it. this video captured by one of our producers. a mixture of rain and hail. this is from our viewer greg showing dust engufrling the wild horse pass near chandler. see your pictures too. only if it's safe g. outside and snap a picture, post them to our social media pages. >> and up north, snow is falling. this was snapped at 5:26 this afternoon. the ski lift at snow bowl, a nice
it has been a dodgy commute across the valley thanks to the rain. and you can see things still moving slow in the eastbound lanes. >> to give you an idea of what drivers saw this evening, check out this video, i-10 at the loop 101. we were really lucky we got all this rain in here this evening to just tap down. more people dealing with rain tonight than dust. jerry ferguson has the best view from the chopper. >> let's check in with him now. it's been a crazy commute home. >> absolutely. this is the 60 to the east of the 10. traffic is backed up. as we've flown along the valley freeway, and
up at us-60/i-10 interchange. it's bumper to bumper in a lot of places. >> and it looks like the rain is still falling in those areas. >> absolutely. there's a lot of rain oat roadways -- on the roadways. we were just reporting on an accident at the mall. you can see some is emergency lights down there maybe somebody slid into the canal here. mills mall. >> that's good news, the driver was able to get out safely. jerry ferguson live from the chopper. ashley has another look at what is happening out there with this storm. >> the storm system rolled nwe got the downpours, the winds. temperatures at 66 degrees. for
in queen creek. just under .25 again. we're gonna be adding to those numbers. moderate to light showers widespread across the valley, and lightning up in the found hills area for us right now. the storm system coming up from the south southeast. moving toward the northeast and maybe back down toward the southwest. so we've got several storms building behind this. the center of the storm system itself right here, another band of showers that stretches from the southeast portion all the way to flagstaff. around 10,000 feet, a little light dusting, rain with a little snow out there. and
the forecast for tomorrow, should be dry. 85 for saturday. temperatures warm for this time ever year for election day, 89 degrees. >> impressive when you consider it's been such a short amount of time with all that rain, more coming. >> and it's definitely much more than the entire month of october. >> the last measurable rain was october 2nd.
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