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alert. two teenagers taken to the hospital after being shot near a gas station. these are live pictures from the scene. 75th avenue and deer valley road. the shooting happening in a wash next to a q.t. police believe this happened during an exchange of goods. >> we are told a 15-year-old and 18-year-old were wounded in the shooting. they were taken to the hospital. they have nonlife-threatening injuries. police say two other teens are in custody and they are happened out there. turning to another top story. a valley woman is arrested on terrorism charges and the f.b.i. and the arizona attorney general are involved in this case. >> this comes two days after another arizona man pled guilty to a terror plot in which he planned to blow up a mesa m.v.d. office. >> kristy siefkin is live with
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>> reporter: michelle baskin is the name of the woman arrested and she is asleep in jail on the charge of conspiracy to commit terrorism. she is not the only individual police arrested mere in the valley connected to terrorism acts. this is a picture. f.b.i. agents arresting her earlier today and the f.b.i. worked with the arizona attorney search warrants, both for conspiracy to commit terrorism. one was served in chandler and the other in florence. the one in chandler was at a locally owned bakery between warner and elliot. it is unclear in florence where the second warrant was issued.
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another terrorism arrest. 18-year-old mahin khan was arrested and he pled guilty on several terror-related charges and weapons charges, one of the charges is the same that michelle bastian of. she is still waiting to see a judge and it is unc whether or not her arrest is, in fact, connected to the two search warrants issued earlier today. reporting live in downtown phoenix, i'm kristy siefkin, fox 10 news. we have new details about an officer-involved shooting that happened earlier this week. a 25-year-old man in full body armor was threatening to kill another man with a gun. when officers got there, the suspect took off and he tried to hide from them.
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and pointed the gun at the officers two different times. he was taken to the hospital and is expected to survive. none of the officers were hurt. a man and woman are recovering at a hospital after their plane crashes at deer valley airport. they were headed to california when the plane crashed into a structure near 43rd avenue and pinnacle peak road. someone called 911 and stayed there with the police got there. >> a lot of people pulling up now. before, it was just us. now i see a lot of people coming from the neighborhoods. >> when you see the damage from the airplane, the speed, the fact he did not have a landing strip, it is a miracle that both patients were alive and talking
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to the hospital. sheriff joe arpaio is running for his seventh term. a poll conducted by sure -- sherpa has paul penzone leading by 10 points and arpaio with 40% of the vote. our danielle miller did not answer the questions with reaction to this poll. might think penzone's lead over arpaio is direct result over the news that sheriff joe arpaio will face criminal contempt charges. the person responsible for this poll says that is not the case because it was conducted before that news came out. a new poll with sherpa public affairs shows paul penzone taking a 10 point lead over
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he did the case himself and funded it. >> i knew there was discussion among the chattering class that arpaio was having trouble but i was surprised at the margin by which this indicated his losing. >> reporter: 348 maricopa county voters were asked who they would choose. some of the results were surprising like arpaio losing >> i think his base, which has been an older base that 50-65 crowd really is departing from him. the reason for that is i don't know. also, men who he has done well with that red meat, law and order kind of attitude, men are leaving him, too. >> reporter: many believe
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result rom tuesday's news that arpaio will face criminal contempt charges but they say it is impossible because the poll was conducted through the 5th. >> they ?are snapshots ofan election. can he make up space, certainly. can mr. penzone lose support, certainly. if it keeps going the way it is going right now, we're going to have a new sheriff i county. >> reporter: arpaio's camp releasing a statement saying "we always expected this race to be close. we think voters will see the latest action by the department of justice as corruption, a tactic to impact the election." people were polled on the presidential race in this particular poll as well as the
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fox 10 news. >> early voting for the november election getting under way. about 2.3 million early ballots were mailed out but if you're an early ballot, you can vote early in person. we stopped by the gilbert polling location where we had 70 voters cast their ballots. >> i just wanted to vote and have it done and it's good. i had to decide that i w voting for a platform on some of the things, especially a major one and not worry about the people and vote for the platform that will take care of the needs of the country the most. >> along with the presidential race and the sheriff maricopa' race, voters will decide on the senate race. first responders were called
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and yuma. there is no pool in the backyard so it is not clear where the 1-year-old boy drowned. police are investigating. as north carolina struggles with the aftermath of hurricane matthew, yes, this storm is gone and out to sea but the problems persist, as you can see here. officials warn at least one river is expected to crest this weekend at double the flood stage. the governor says storm-relat deaths stand at 20 across the state and they are calling for a full scale evacuation from the threatened areas. hard to remember dust storms like this. a big problem on valley freeways this year, especially on i-10 where we saw a number of crashes because of the dangerous conditions. adot is rolling out futuristic technology to help drivers out. it is called dust protection and
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sensors are going to be placed along the road to set off an alert. engineers are starting to test the design work this month. >> we are looking at several different kinds of sensors, including the sensors used in the middle east to find the right equipment for us that will pick up the presence of dust particles in the air and wind in the air and let us know about the possibility of >> a great idea. that system will be installed next summer between mile post 209 in eloy and picacho peak. if it work, similar systems will be installed across the state. the project is expected to cost $12 million and partly funded by a federal grant. the embattled c.e.o. of wells fargo has stepped down.
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immediately. we're talking about john stump resigning today over the scandal involving the sales practices. senator elizabeth warren took aim at him. took him to task at a congressional hearing over the bank opening millions of accounts without the customers' knowledge. he had been the c.e.o. of wells fargo since 2007. the chief operating officer is taking over. new information about nine pu of a mall in tucson. the humane society of southern arizona says one of the dogs has died. the puppies tested positive for parvo. security guards found the pups this morning. they were in front of the mall on the east side. they were left in a plastic tub. it is going to be expensive. they need to raise $8,000. contact the organization if you
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in the valley will like the sound of this. a major airline flying a couple new routes out of sky harbor to popular vacation destinations. how does wine country sound? a former miss. arizona beauty pageant winner is speaking out about donald trump. the allegations she is launching against the republican nominee. so far, this football season has not gone
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sheriff paul babeu was headmaster at desisto school in massachusetts. ith abuse. a lot of things went down that probably shouldn't have. this isn't about abuse or neglect, because none of this was found. except these records show the state found it, students and parents testified about it, and a judge ordered it to stop. the cornering, the sheeting, i didn't know how to live and function as a normal human being. i'll end with that, thank you so much.
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this is the news we needed. big news for the arizona cardinals, 11 days after carson palmer suffered a concussion against the rams, palmer has been cleared to play. >> he is going to be on the field for the upcoming football game against the new york jets.
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a player back on the field when you're talk about concussions. >> reporter: the question of just how thorough the nfl protocol has been out there for sometime. i talked to players who say the cognitive, memorization test is not as extensive as it should be but others just want to get back on the field. it is interesting to be inquisitive there are biomarker blood tests coming that will have a better read on if the player is ready for contact. most players do not want to lose their position. many neurologists have suggested an extensive test should be considered. nevertheless, carson is back on the field and he is working on this monday's game against the jets. >> feel great.
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unfortunately, we had thursday game right after what happened with me happened and i felt like i could have played sunday. i felt great through the weekend and just waiting around i felt like forever for wednesday, today to get here. >> reporter: palmer has to contend with two new offensive lineman as we look at two backup players left and right guard and todd bowles is going to try to bring plenty of pressure on carson palmer. one of the interesting areas to watch, what you should look at when cards line up with the jets, we'll see you in 30 minutes. >> cardinals take on the new york jets on monday. the game will air on my45 at 5:30. immediately after the game, we'll have highlights and analysis and that will be here on fox 10. still ahead, it didn't take
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ken bone costume. it is being made by a company that is here in the valley. >> there is a twist on this one though. we're going to go into that. it could be one that men or women could wear. let's look at the forecast. we're at 84. it feels perfect out there. the question the, are we going to bring temperatures down during the day? they have been on the warm side lately, when will we see a
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got to tell you this is the best time of year. temperatures looking pretty good during the day. we're above where we should be but we're getting into the
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cool nights and the mornings are fantastic. we're at 84. we have clear skies out there. mild, light winds, 3 miles an hour out of the northwest. a perfect night out there. you can't feel the air it feels so good. 92 is where we were today. a couple degrees above normal but we know it could be worse. 103 was the record set back in 1950. we were just a smidge above where we should be. morning low it is a little bit of a chill in the air in the mornings, not enough to put your heater on in the car but a little bit chilly. it quickly warms up. we do have a couple of systems we're keeping an eye on but they are not going to make their way into arizona. if you're traveling as we head toward the weekend, around the region, we might run into trouble spots. pretty big rain showers associated with this storm in
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oregon, washington, northern california. as we take a closer look, you see some of that rain starting to make its way on the coast and some of the rain is coming down rather rapidly as well. you probably noticed today, it started out beautiful and we saw a thick layer of clouds moving in and it cleared out. you can see how the clouds are moving out. most of them have moved out of the state. we are left with clear skies. it if you are some where with low light pollution you will be able to see them. 55 in the red rock country of sedona. 45 in prescott. 33 in flag. these are the cool temperature, 34 at the south rim of the grand
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we looking for the cool temperatures. 91 tomorrow is what we are expecting. 95 in gila bend. look at how it cools down as you head north. 75 in payson. 77 in prescott. 72 in flag. how is it shaping up nationally? we watch the strong area of storms and thunderstorms pass through here along the border of missouri along the mississippi vall great lakes region. those are strong storms but they are beginning to move out. we are still keeping an eye on this spot right here over arkansas and mississippi as it heads towards the mississippi river valley. that one is capable of producing strong storms and we're keeping an eye on that system in the northwest. for the most part, it is a quiet night across the country. other than this storm, a
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one. this is a biggie. it is taking aim for bermuda and as we get back here and take a look at it, it has winds of 130 miles an hour. this is a strong, strong storm. it is, basically, heading north, northeast and that is bermuda. it is expected to track over bermuda and head out into the northern atlantic. bermuda is very much unlike haiti. it is better built. buildings are stronger there so destruction as we saw in haiti but nonetheless, this is a strong storm. any time it hits a country or land, it is going to cause damage. we are expecting some damage and strong winds in bermuda but nothing like what we saw with 1,000 deaths in haiti. that is the good news on the storm but the bad news is it hitting directly at bermuda.
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a few clouds by saturday and we cool things down to the upper 80's. beautiful overnight temperatures in the mid 60's. you can get weather 24/7 on coming up in the next half hour of fox 10 news at 9:00, a teenager attacked in the valley park and police are looking for a man in the sketch. the latest in the case. phoenix is one of the best places for trick-or-treating in
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developing tonight. developing tonight, police are trying to track down the man in this sketch. they believe he sexually assaulted a teenage girl in a park in the west valley. this happened near 107th avenue and indian school road. nicole garcia has the details. reporter: the victim is just 17 years old. she helped police come up with a sk remembered a unique detail about him, he has a star tattoo on his right arm. the suspect came up behind her and hit her on the back of the head and forced her to the ground. he sexually assaulted her. she was able to fight him off and run off. he is an hispanic man 20's to
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he was seen wearing a yellow bandanna on his head. people say they will be keeping their eyes out for a sexual predator. anyone with information is asked to call silent witness. we have an update on a gory story. the human remains found last month belonged to the same victim, 45-year-old jason collins. a and a week later, more human remains were found near the scrap yard. investigators are trying to determine how the man died. a big meth bust at our southern border. a tucson woman was arrested for allegedly trying to smuggle 16 pounds of meth. a drug-sniffing dog found the meth underneath the center console of the nissan sedan.
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following concerns about some people in prescott about group homes for recovering addicts in their neighborhood. the city council approved a new law to regulate some of those homes. there are quite a few of them there, a house manager must always with at the home and awake at all times. it also set standards for training, criminal background. existing new homes mus for licenses and currently, there are 100 sober living homes in prescott. a former miss. arizona u.s.a. is coming forward claiming that trump came into the contestants' dressing rooms while they were changing. other contestants are reporting similar allegations. take a listen to what she cold
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>> our first introduction was we were changing in our bikinis. he came strolling in. there was no second to put a robe on or clothing. some girls were topless and other girls were naked. donald trump owned the pageant to get around beautiful women. >> other pageant contestants are refuting the claims. former california u.s.a. says who would purposely paint mr. trump into women's dressing room is disgusting." >> as donald trump continues to deal with the fallout about the comments about women, hillary clinton is dealing with a controversy of her own. thousands of hacked e-mails
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particular has catholics and evangelicals upset. it has her mocking their faiths. >> we need you and, by the way, if you have friends in utah or arizona make sure they vote, too. >> reporter: the clinton campaign facing new controversy with calls for communications director to resign. in an e-mail exchange from 2011, the center for america p wrote to campaign chairman mocking prominent media moguls for raising their children catholic. he said "they must be attracted to the systemic thought and backwards gender relations and must be totally unaware of christian democracy." he wrote "i imagine they think
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their friends would not understand if they became evangelicals." she was asked about this controversy. >> i'm a catholic. i don't recognize that e-mail that we saw. this whole effort is led by the russians. we are not going to do anymore to comment or aid their efforts. >> reporter: catholics make up about 21% of populations and have significant reputations critical battleground states like nevada and florida. trump pounced on the latest clinton controversy. >> this is the latest example of the hatred they have for americans. >> reporter: paul ryan calling the clinton's campaign disdain for the catholic faith and christian evangelicals staggering. looks like chelsea clinton
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chelsea will be in phoenix october 19 to campaign for her mother. the details of the event have not been announced. it didn't take long for the newest sweetheart ken bone to be immortalized. he was the one of the undecided voters at last sunday's debate in st. louis. he got to ask a question of the a lot of people decided they want to wear this as a costume. there is one for women. this time a local costume company has decided to come up with the sexy undecided voter. it is the sexy ken bone for women. it is made by yandy. the costume includes the red top, pants, i don't think these
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wearing. i think he was wearing khakis. the back of the pants were split because ken bone said he was going to wear a different outfit, a suit, i guess. he sat down in the car to head to the debate and he split his pants. toyota is recalling thousands of priuses. why your car could crash. details after the break. such a nice night out tonight. what would it be like when you take your kids to school tomorrow, when you head off to
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hey guys. i called you all in because i just had an idea. brunch. allday, every day. brunch? that's great! where'd you get that idea? well... sweetie? you know what we're craving right now? crispy chicken, and fried egg, with bacon. like brunch. brunch? but it's 8pm and it's tuesday. huh, i wonder if my mother would like to stay with us... should we get started? who wants coffee? introducing my new brunchfast menu. bacon and egg chicken sandwich. served all day, every day. only at jack in the box. what a debacle.
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this morning. the eastbound lanes and the deck park tunnel closed down for emergency repairs after a truck hauling a tall trailer went through the tunnel and damaged a dozen lights in there. that had a ripple effect. it shut down the traffic, huge backup and it stretched on for miles. a lot of people stuck in the traffic. eastbound lanes were closed all the way to i-17. so drivers had to use i-17 to detour around the closure and reconnect with i-10 at the inteational airport. adot tweeted out the picture from inside the tunnel. how many adot workers does it take to change a light bulb? probably four or five. tonight, everything is fixed and the tunnel is back open. there are new options for people who want to get away to wine country or have the vegas experience without going to
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routes from sky harbor. the airline will offer daily service to laughlin. it is a low-key type of thing. you can gamble and it is along the colorado river. american airlines will offer year-round daily service to sonoma. >> please tell me it is a red eye on a friday night. >> it will be a you will be drinking wine. you can drink wine and gamble so have fun. finding work may be getting more difficult to find because job openings falling in august to an eight-month low. the fields with the biggest decline is accounting and even temp workers. 90,000 prius sedans are called over parking brakes problems.
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2016 and 2017. the city by the bay is also the ecofriendlyiest city in america. san francisco is the greenest place to live. the city getting high marks for green jobs. a new survey asked which halloween character represents their financial state of mind, top answer is ghosts because unexpected expenses makes their savings disappear. that is business on the old cavuto. speaking of halloween, phoenix ranks sixth on the best places to go trick-or-treating. here are the best places ranked by neighborhood. take a look at this. trick-or-treating accordingg to zillow. >> it is the best place to get the best candy?
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north gate, paradise valley, deer valley and camelback east. pressure is on. >> my kids are already thinking about halloween. they are not thinking about school tomorrow but a lot of you are as you get ready to take them to school. your forecast at 8:00 a.m. is going to be 73 degrees. let's take a look at what happens. mild and clear. just an absolutely stunning if you're taking the kids to school, great. if you're heading out for a hike, great. it is going to be a beautiful day any way you slice it tomorrow. we will top off at 92 as the day moves forward. this new trend is called the high five selfie. have you seen this yet? >> no. >> it is like the hands-free selfie. picks of people doing this all over social media.
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using your hands. >> this is the fastest way to crack your screen. >> if you want a new phone, this is what you're going to do it. some work out but more often than not you end up cracking your screen. >> why? i don't suggest you do that. this is someone who has a cracked screen. you cracked the screen again? >> i'm not going to be trying this. if i see it online, i will know you cracked your screen. coming up next, it is the fox talkback and we're talking about tech rage when you get so mad at the tech products. how many people have trek rage?
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best way to deal with it is probably to step away from the device and get physical exercise. i choose to yell at my computer and threaten it. >> i've a friend, this is why you should step away. i have a friend whose laptop kept crashing on him and he picked it up and threw it so it broke. that frustration level when something is not working for you. take 10 seconds and walk away. >> my hubby is good at tech in tech vibes. >> give it a break for a little bit, right? speaking of tech, texting and walking. we see this all of the time. >> i'm guilty. >> you can fall down, get hit by a car. a group in pittsburgh is trying to prevent these types of accidents so they are urging people to look alive and not look at their cellphones so they are sending out actors who are
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and other zombies and scary characters to scare people to get them to put their phones down. >> are they behind the clown thing? >> i believe they are. if you go up to someone who is texting, you won't get a lot of response. >> you may meet the grim it would be nice if people started giving a little eye contact. wouldn't that be nice? >> i think it is getting worse. >> it is your time to talk back. we put the topics on our facebook page. you the find it at kari lake fox 10. >> and marc martinez fox 10. >> reporter: once directed the defense for the cardinals. now, he will set his sights on trying to pressure carson
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plus, an amazing night for a man who played hockey, learned hockey here in phoenix, arizona. austin matthews from here in scottsdale has the hockey world talking.
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>> reporter: for the first two years of bruce arians tenure with the cardinals, todd bowles directed the team's defense as the defensive coordinator. monday night, he is going to do everything he can to beat his mentor bruce arians as the head coach of the new york jets. where are you looking for this strategy? where will todd bowles attack? keep in mind, he is a guy that is aggressive with his blitz packages. we're going to put you in a positiono here. do you see the a's? that is the a-gap and that is where he libraries to attack quarterbacks in the a-gap. this is last week against the new york jets and you see the linebacker shooting the a-gap between the center and ben roth roth -- roethlisberger.
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matchup against this guy, todd bowles. >> reporter: it is another prime time matchup for the cardinals that is two in a row as the new york jets come to town. the main man for the jets, todd bowles making this game extra special for the man who helped him as a player and coach, bruce arians. >> you knew right away because of the type of person he was and the type of player he was. if and when he decided to coach, he would be a hell >> he was really smart, like i said, he understood his personnel. his model was he was going to play the best players, six defensive linebacker. he will always put his best players on the field and as a defense, we respected that. >> it is fun. it is the first guy that we coached about it and with us.
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job. >> reporter: b.a. told bowles back in college, you're not going to make it in college but start coaching. he did give him good advice later on. in tempe, i'm richard saenz for fox 10 sports. >> reporter: as for the sun devils, they travel to woulder to take on the colorado buffaloes coming off of a fabulous defense performance. the running playing for the secondary at quarterback. he played well. this is a defense that smothered josh rosen. todd graham couldn't be happier with gumps. go, gump, go. >> i am proud of him how he played. i think he is second in pac 12 interceptions. he has big plays and he played
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remember now, he is learning. >> reporter: hockey fans, we're closing in on the opener for dave tippets, arizona coyotes hosting the philadelphia flyers. this is a young, talented team. the young defenseman at 6'2", 200 pounds. to pair up with elk larson, annie exciting, young, dynamic nucleus for for the arizona coyotes. here is the coach looking ahead to saturday night against the flyers. >> there is an excitement to start with but with that excitement comes the reality to be in the nhl. there is a commitment you have to make on and off the ice.
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still lots to learn. >> reporter: big night for hockey in arizona. i said it because austin matthew, first game with the this is a phenomenal young player, rookie. first three shots all three goals. one after another after another. this has never happened in nhl history. he grew up playing hockey at oceanside, arcadia. wait a minute, there are going to be more, four games in his nhl debut? are you kidding? wow, is that a boost for hockey in arizona or what? ottawa won the game, 5-4, but what a performance. there is mom and dad in his first nhl game. people say hockey in the desert.
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back with more sports in 20
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ght now it is fox 10 news at 10:00. coming up, an ar-15 is an expensive weapon but getting one for free be enough for you to take a job?
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contestant for one of donald trump's pa pageants what she says he did. contempt of criminal charges for sheriff joe arpaio and what the poll says in his bid for re-election. fox 10 news at 10:00 starts now. thank you for joining us for fox 10 news at 10:00. a new poll done by a political consultant shows paul penzone ahead of sheriff this is a day after the court announced arpaio will face criminal contempt charges. danielle miller joins us live with more on why this may have not factored into the poll. >> reporter: many might think penzone's lead in this poll, this particular pole may be a direct result from tuesday's decision that sheriff joe arpaio will face criminal contempt charges. the person responsible for the poll says that is not case because it was done sooner than


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