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>> hey, we have got more football coming your way when we return in about 20 minutes. right now it's marc martinez with fox 10 news at 10:00. a violent and shocking crime rocks a valley neighborhood when a teenager is arrested, accused of murdering his three-year-old brother. people across the state mourning the loss of an arizona wildcat player after he dies in his sleep. tropical storm javier wreaking hav baja. its next stop, arizona. phoenix fire crews thank you for joining us tonight. phoenix fire crews are called to help a family of five. we are going to get to that story in a second. but first what you are looking at right now was some video that was taken of a rescue. this rescue involved several
grain silo, an underground silo up here carefree highway and third avenue in phoenix. we understand that it was a veterinarian who lived on that property, and unfortunately he died in that incident. we will have the latest on that coming up in just a few minutes and exactly what happened there. another story here involving a tragedy in youngtown. all right. we are going to get to that story in a second. sorry about this, but, first, let's talk about crew called to help a family of five that were hiking. they say the family started hike at 10:00 this morning. well, they got lost. they ran low on water and the mom had medical issues from the heat. crews were able to get them all back down the mountain safely. we are told the family was from out of town and apparently weren't expecting the heat to be as much as it was. unfortunately something we see all too often this time of year,
okay. this is being described as a horrific crime scene, a vicious crime. a 16-year-old boy is accused of stabbing his 3-year-old brother to death at a home in young town. sheriff joe arpaio says a 9-year-old girl was also hurt at the 111th and peoria avenue home on saturday night. the 16-year-old ran from the deputies and was tackled a quarter mile away. the mother was the time it happened. >> the suspect was covered in blood, and there was also traces of blood on the roadways. >> this is a horrible thing, where you have some vital part of your being ripped away from you, and anybody that hasn't had that happen might not underst understand, but this is a horrible time that i don't wish on anybody. >> the teenage boy is being charged with second-degree murder and aggravated assault, and he is currently in juvenile
sheriff joe arpaio expects that teen to be charged as an adult. a buckeye youth pastor is under arrest tonight. 31-year-old christopher santos is accused of videotaping a teenage girl in a department store changing room. santos was arrested saturday on suspicion of one felony count each, of voyeurism and unlawful recording of a person. he made his initial appearance today before a judge who bond. the death of arizona football player, zach hemmila. andrew hasbun joins us live with reaction. >> reporter: authorities at arizona state say he died in his sleep and was found this morning.
year at use, he was competing to be start lineman with the wildcats. after informing his teammates of his death, a tearful coach rodriguez praised the 22-year-old. >> i lost a great young man, you know, everybody in our program is hurting. >> hemmila was found this morning by a cousin. the wildcats coach says he last talked with him over the weekend. >> the only thought on my mind right now is with zach hemmila's family. >> he was a great young we are just so deeply saddened. our deepest thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends and the team, his teammates and the coaches and everybody involved. >> zach hemmila was a standout player at chandler high school, a three-year-starter on the varsity team, a captain his senior year and an all-state lineman. his high school coach got the news this morning.
the family. >> they stayed in touch after high school. >> i know it was one of his dreams to start at u of a, and this was his year to do that. he spent four years and his red-shirt year trying to work his way up to that starting position. i know this was a huge goal of his, and that makes it just a little bit more -- it's just harder for me. >> the pima county medical examiner is set to look at this able to determine a cause of death soon. i'm andrew hasbun, fox 10 news. >> andrew, thank you for that. well, are you ready for some wet weather? forecasters are tracking tropical storm javier heading toward the baja peninsula, and as it moves north, it may bring some rain to arizona. dave munsey is tracking javier for us. so, dave, what can we expect with this storm? >> well, we are going to see a little bit of moisture out of it, definitely. if you look right now, we'll get the map up first, but when you
southern, southeastern corner of the map, you will see that moisture is starting to gather down there. could we see the map? there we go. down by el paso, you see the moisture starting to pick up there. that is moisture from the south that is being brought in bye- ts guy, right here, javier, 60 miles an hour winds, a tropical storm down south of us. a lot of moisture wrapped around that particular tropical storm, and when you take a look at forecast for where it's going to end up, we have a lot of different models here, a lot of different companies put out models on that. there is one, as you can see, that takes it just south of yuma, so that would be a situation that would be interesting. what we are looking at, though, is how much moisture is being pushed up in front of this storm, so we are keeping our eye on that. in fact, take a look at this. as you can see, that moisture just kind of working its way
that in mind, that, of course, prompted this, and this is a flash flood watch for just about the entire state, that area north of the rim is the only part that doesn't have a flash flood watch on it. we'll take a closer look at our weather, take a look at what's going on and what the temperatures were today. that's coming up. >> all right, dave, thanks. now back to that developing story tonight of three people trapped in a grain silo, that lo lack of oxygen in the silo left one dead, two others in the hospital. it's located in north phoenix right near the carefree highway and third avenue in phoenix. let's go live now to kristy siefkin who is on the scene. kristy, what can you tell us about what happened out there? >> reporter: mark it's obviously a very sad day for neighbors, particularly those with animals, their veterinarian going underground today where he kept the animal feed, and then he
the 61-year-old stored his grain for his animals about 20 feet underground in a storage area, and apparently from all of the rain that we have seen, all of the water that had run off, he was going down into the silo to try to pump some of that out, and phoenix fire explained to us that when that grain interacts with the moisture, it actually becomes an oxygen-depleted environment, the oxygen level dropping down to about 4%. and the brain can only function without that oxygen for about four minutes, so at the ti this evening, a hazmat crew had come in. they were heading down to the silo, because not only had the veterinarian gone down there, two other men had gone in after him, attempting to help him, both of them becoming unconscious as well once they got down into that oxygen-depleted environment. we spoke with phoenix fire, in addition to some neighbors, earlier and here's what they had to say. >> once they go below ground and
atmosphere, co2 replaces oxygen and then it causes you to go unconscious immediately. it's kind of the calls when we talk about co2, we go to mcdonald's when they store soda and co2 tanks, it's the same kind of environment. >> he's served everybody in this area for years. you know, he's been a vet of ours for 25-plus years. >> reporter: mcso confirming for us the names of the two other men who also went down silo today. juan pablo garcia and 33-year-old christian solagi, both last we were told in extremely critical condition at a local hospital. the neighbors in this area absolutely loved the doctor. they had nothing but wonderful things to say about him, what a giving, generous man he was, and how a lot of the grain that he
to local families who couldn't afford it on their own. reporting live, i'm kristy siefkin, fox 10 news. well, the experts weigh in on how much the average valley worker makes a week, so how does your paycheck measure up? and when it comes to getting reelected, it turns out sheriff joe arpaio is quite the fundraiser. we'll tell you how much is in his war chest. phoenix police need your help. they are looking for this man, who shot and killed a 7-eleven store clerk early this morning. i'm nicole garcia. that story is find me on social media, it would be great to hear from you. you can find me on twitter @marcfox10 and on facebook.com just look up marc martinez fox 10.
police need live from fox studios, fox 10 news is back. police need your help getting a dangerous robber off the streets before he kills again. the man robbed 16th street and southern killing a worker before he left. nicole garcia has the story for us. >> phoenix police have released a few shows the of a gunman who shot and killed a 7-eleven clerk overnight, but as you are going to see, that gunman did a pretty good job of covering himself up. the robbery and murder all caught on camera, police say he ordered the clerk to give him all of the money from the register, but instead of taking
ordered the clerks to go into the back room. it was there that shots were fired. one clerk and the gunman got away. regular customers say they are stunned. >> they were nice. i have seen people come in short, $0.50 for a fountain drink or whatever and they would cover it for them. they were always joking and having fun. real pleasant people. i couldn't believe it. >> police say the armed robber, last seen wearing a blue sweatshirt, a his face and wearing red gloves. anybody with information is asked to call police. i'm nicole garcia, fox 10 news. maricopa county sheriff joe arpaio knows how to raise money for his campaigns, his fund-raising far exceeds the amount normally spent by both the winning and losing candidates in a typical congressional race. right now he has raised close to $10 million in his bid for 7th term as sheriff, much of that contributed by a base of backers
the 84-year-old sheriff is facing the toughest campaign of his career, running for reelection while a judge considers criminal charges against sheriff joe arpaio for ignoring court orders in a racial discrimination lawsuit. to show the department's appreciation, they put up several billboards displaying a simple message, saying thanks to the citizen of arizona. well, this is a gamer's dream come coming up next, the valley business where workers are allowed to play video games while they are on the job. and these are the lungs. (boy) sorry. (dad) don't worry about it. (vo) at our house, we need things that are built to last.
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fox 10 news is back. workers in maricopa county are earning more a week compared to this time last year. however, according to the bureau of labor statistics, we are still making less thn the national average. the average weekly income in the phoenix area is a thousand dollars, and the national weekly
1,082. developers say they will invest $20 million into commercial builds on tuscon's south side. the common group says it will spend that money over the next ten years. they are hoping to create an area that could attract more stores and latino millennials. listen up, chipotle mexican grill, if you work there, teaming up with a company to make it easier to earn college degrees. they already have a tuition thousand with the online classes offered by guild education, chipotle workers can continue working while they earn their degree. a valley business place is helping workers destress in the office with video games. brokers alliance in fountain hills has a game room with
pinball machines. >> you are under pressure. we work in the financial industry for the mos part, so things change a lot on us, so the ability to decompress is a big deal. if you are sitting in a lunchroom just reading a magazine or a book, you are not ncessarily decompressing, so taking it out on a video game or maybe around ping-pong, we find that the stress level is way down. >> the game room also has a ping-pong table and a putting green. not bad. well, it's pretty nice. warm side, but we do see some change in our weather. how about wetter and cooler? we'll take a look at that coming
that's impressive. it's cascade downing in big loops, and nasa says it is called coronal rain, charged with positive and negative particles separating, and it makes for great video. your exclusive accuweather forecast with dave munsey on fox 10 news. >> coronal rain -- >> it's going to be the real deal. we don't know how much it's going to get or where exactly it will go, but there's going to be a lot of moisture coming up, and we'll get to it, and we have javier, a tropical storm sitting south of us, and pushing a little moisture in our direction, probably late tuesday into wednesday is when we are going to start experiencing it. 99 degrees, winds southwest at 14 right now. we have 98 in scottsdale, 98 degrees in surprise, 99 in mesa, and 99 right now in chandler. we have got some high pressure working here, but that's going to be pushed out of the way just a little bit, and when that
change. this is the futurecast right in here, and you can kind of see that stuff coming out of the south, and then, boom, look at that, right there, that's a big shot of moisture for wednesday morning. and then we let it go, a little bit, hey, it's still hanging around here by wednesday afternoon. we let it go a little bit more, and it takes us into thursday, and another shot of that rain coming in, so there's a couple of shots for you right there. and, of course, the eastern mountains, the northern mountains, looking at getting a pretty goo 110 degrees for the high today, in glendale 111, 107 in scottsdale, and 109 at goodyear. 100 at kingman today, 91 at payson, and 97 at winslow. 112 degrees at gila bend. this is your day, 110 on the high, 88 on the low, 105 and 83 would be the normal high and low. there's your record high at 116, your record low at 67. this is what we are forecasting for tomorrow, 99 degrees.
the west side. pretty much holding to the 99 or below on the east side, with the exception of scottsdale forecasting 100. 102 at gila bend, 75 at flagstaff, and 89 is what we are forecasting in payson. take a look across the country here and you'll see some moisture from the southwest finding its way into the midsection of the country, a few storms across the pan handle of north texas, some flooding i florida with three to four inches of rain in a couple of days down there. in fact, the totals are gone right now, but in orlando 77 hundredths of an inch, wichita 95 hundredths of an inch. they just had an inch of rain the other day, so they are about as wet as they want to be at the present time. overnight, 82 degrees, 99 degrees for tomorrow as those temperatures react a little bit to that moisture coming from the south, and 91 on wednesday as javier gets the moisture in here. and then we are back to triple digits by friday.
a little antsy, when players would like to see someone other than a teammate lined up on the other side of the ball, a time when the cardinals point to a preseason game, like this friday night game against the raiders. bruce arians is going to want to see how they fare, and carson palmer can pick what he wants to do when it comes to the passing, a very camp, a guy who could be a starter on a lot of other nfl teams. he talked about what the plan is for friday night when the raiders come to town for the first preseason game. a lot of the backups are battling for position on the eventually 53-man roster. bruce arians discussing what will play out friday night.
or two. this game really isn't about the starters. it's more about the guys that are from 30-53. there's a lot of guys that are fighting to get on the field in the last three or four minutes of the game or the last fourth quarter. they are going to have to improve to show that they are capable of going out there and doing the right thing. >> well, the biggest decision for the sun devils this training camp will be todd graham's decision on quarterback. who will it something to watch. we talked earlier in the season about this. could it be manny wilkins? will it be somebody like bryce perkins? how about brady white? how will this quarterback command the offense, enough balance of the run and the pass and effectively lead this team to where todd graham wants it to go. that's the big decision that will come sometime later this training camp.
character, and manny fits right into that. and obviously, you know, learning to -- to activate the ten guys around him and, you know, i think we have got a great competition there because we have got some great young men competing. >> as for the diamondbacks, they are on the road at the mets. zack greinke will be back in the starting rotation tomorrow at the mets and from there they will take on the red sox at fenway for a we'll get into a lot of interesting tonight for sports night after dark. cardinals training camp, we'll look at any aspect that you want to discuss right here our station facebook page. >> maybe you can talk about the new foods offerings for the cards. modern family is next.
phil, you have two whole days to yourself. please tell me you're not gonna spend them trying to wire the house to your ipad. nope, 'cause i've already done it. (man) showers and thunder-- great. now go out and see some friends. i'm headed out now. i have a third showing at that colonial. cam gave me a free pass to his gym. i am-- not too bright. - hmm. - i am-- - dim! - (manny laughs) honey, if you could hear yourself. promise me you'll go outside and play. miss you, too. (beep) (whooshes) phil dunphy, this is the year 2025. welcome. you're the first one here. ? shall we hit the waterslide first? i may just sit in the room for a bit. ugh! stop moping! so you didn't get a date to one stupid dance. it's not one stupid dance. it's the kickoff to the whole dance season. it's like you've never heard boys talk.