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family members set up a fundraising page to help raise money for the funeral expenses. reporting live, i'm nicole garcia, fox 10 news. in tucson, a 2-year-old gets his hands on a gun and accidently shoots his mom in the arm. the gun was not locked and left unattended. mom was shot while trying to grab the gun from the boy. she is expected to casa grande police arrest a man in connection to a shooting over the weekend. police say there was a fight at a local pub when the 34-year-old victim was shot. detectives say hampton is responsible and expected to be charged with second-degree murder. happening now, tensions are running high in the race for president. the republican party headquarters in phoenix evacuated this afternoon because of a bomb threat. this threat, one day after a
danielle miller is live on the scene with an update. >> reporter: marc, police on scene investigating what led up to this bomb threat out here. they are combing through the building here. we are at 24th street and osborn where the headquarters is. they are searching the roof for potential threats. all of the republicans here at the headquarters are out safely. the ofce 3:15 this afternoon. it was an adult who said there was a bomb in the building left on a voice mail. not taking any chances, they called police right away to come out here and investigate this. he is telling us there are 30 employees who had to be evacuated at this time. nearly 50 people had to be rerouted to other locations to continue what they are doing out here. he is telling us the work that they are doing out here has been
he says it is just giving them motivation to do more to make up for this ground. as i mentioned, no chances are being taken, especially after what we saw in north carolina where a boltle filled with flammable liquid thrown through the window of the republican party headquarters. we hope nobody gets injured at the time. all 30 employees have gotten out safe any chances, especially with the political tension. robert graham says things like this motivate to continue in their mission and continue what they are trying to do to make up for the loss ground. they are hoping to get in the building soon and we'll bring you updates as they become available. danielle miller, fox 10 news. a massive fire at a gilbert apartment complex on saturday is still under investigation. fire investigators trying to figure out what started the
construction. several people were forced out as crews battled this. they were allowed back in yesterday morning. scottsdale man behind a shooting at a convenience store at hayden and mckellips, which is on tribal land. they believe juan burns killed the victim. burns was booked on one count of murder. classroom in glendale today. challenger and landmark middle school had to be closed for a month because of structural damage to the buildings. students have spent time being bussed to other schools in the districts while the repairs can be completed. a charter school is not making the grade. the school in show low is on the brink of closing unless the
reprieve, it has to shut down one week from today. last-minute fans heading to university of phoenix stadium for the big cardinals game against the jets. here is a live look at the adot camera. kickoff within the half hour. watch for increased traffic again along the loop 101 and eastbound 10 around 9:00 tonight. carson palmer back in action tonight after sitting out last >> it is good to have carson palmer back in the lineup. richard saenz has a preview with tonight's matchup, jets, cardinals and a special bond between the head coaches. >> reporter: another prime time matchup for the cardinals. this makes two weeks in a row and the boys like to play when the lights are brightest. under bruce arians, the arizona cardinals are 8-3. emotions will be running high tonight as bruce arians takes on
bowles who is the main man. bowles was helped by bruce arians in getting the job. bruce arians has known him for a long time as a coach and a player. >> i always felt like he would, even in college. i told him, you're not going to make it in the pros you might want to start coaching. he only made it 11 years and two super bowl rings. you knew right away, he decided to coach, he would be a hell of a coach. >> he was like my big brother. it was like father, son, uncle never fee and we're almost like brothers now. anything that he can help me with, he does. anything i can help him, i do. we don't talk during game week or the season but we spend a lot of time around each other.
i learned from a lot of coaches and he is another one of the coaches so i can't say enough about the man. >> reporter: protecting the ball and running the ball will be key tonight. under bruce arians, when the guy rushes for over 100 yards, the cardinals are 8-0. give the ball to david johnson, already and he is on my fantasy team. in glendale, i'm richard saenz. >> it is one of the subplots. todd bowles knows what the cardinals he is familiar with what they do on the field so it will be an interesting matchup tonight. game coverage minutes away on my45 and join us back here for fox 10 news at 9:00 and 10:00 for all of the highlights and game-day reaction. still ahead at 5:00, with just three weeks before the general election, heavy hitters for the democratic party will be in arizona this week. sheriff joe arpaio one step closer to facing criminal
allegations against pinal county sheriff paul babeu. paul babeu exposed in a damning home video. accusations of widespread abuse at a massachusetts private school. she is sick of hearing sheriff paul babeu lie. allegations of abuse of power. another headache, the fbi has subpoenaed records. lawsuits regarding abuse and neglect. ons of babeu's integrity. new page of controversy. a question of judgment. ultimately voters are going to have to decide if he's the type of candidate they want in congress. dccc is responsible for the content of this advertising.
u should never abuse people's trust. unfortunately, today too many politicians either serve their party or themselves, and arizona families suffer. the arizona republic called paul babeu a disgrace. babeu spent $28,000 of taxpayer money at a five-star resort and was questioned by the fbi for using public money to promote himself. o'halleran: i'm tom o'halleran, and i approve this message, because you deserve leaders you can trust. sheriff arpaio - moves chef sheriff now one step closer to facing criminal charges stemming from his immigration raids. >> department of justice has
sheriff should be charged with criminal contempt of court. andrew hasbun has the story. >> reporter: we are now one step closer to learning what may have happened in the contempt of court case against sheriff joe arpaio. this dates back to 2011 and a court ruling that essentially told sheriff joe arpaio to stop enforcing federal immigration law. he is accused of violating the order and looking at contempt of court charges. a new judge has the case and the judge ordered the attorneys to file a show of cause. we learned what they are going to claim against chef chef. they say that sheriff joe arpaio caused mcso to detain persons that the mcso believed to be in the country without authorization but against whom mcso had no state charges. they went on to say there is extensive evidence demonstrating that sheriff joe arpaio
decided not to comply with the judge's order that is the key, he intentionally did not comply. his attorneys said he did not doing the intentionally. they were supposed to get their response in by 5:00 today and we are working to see what they have to stay in this case. right now, the trial is set for december 6. i'm andrew hasbun, fox 10 news. arrests were down this the drinking party going on in flagstaff. only five people arrested compared to 41 last year. northern arizona university's homecoming parade and football game were on saturday. bright and early so the partym.- could get started and it did. believe me, it did. all five arrests were made near the university.
just a few degrees above the seasonal norm. we'll get back there tomorrow and we'll warm up again. i'll have it for you. james p. walsh: to keep our community safe - we need a sheriff who will put fighting violent crime ahead of his own political agenda. paul penzone has been a decorated crime-fighter for over 20 years. a police officer, undercover investigator, paul penzone caught murderers, put drug kingpins behind bars, and created award-winning programs that protect our community. paul penzone... a new sheriff who will put our safety first. red 97! set! red 97! did you say 97? yes. you know, that reminds me of geico's
courtney griffin captured this one. downtown over the buildings. finally, i will give you one here from steve. steve franklin, wow, beautiful. traditionally, the october full moon generated more light for farmers working in the fields for the hunters to spot wildlife as well so that is where it got its name. it may have looked a bit close. it is not that close. november 14's full moon will be the closest super year so get ready for that shot. >> reporter: hi, everybody. it is a nice night out there. it is still 89 degrees. the temperatures are up a little bit. winds out of the west, northwest at 9 miles an hour. 89 degrees right now. 87 in scottsdale. 86 at cave creek. in surprise, it is 85 degrees.
across the northern portion of the state. not a lot going on there. it's a little breezy as you can tell here as we get up the gusts. these are the wind gust, 28 miles an hour in show low. 31 up at window rock. 23 in sedona. 23 in prescott as well. those winds somewhat impressive as they roll across the north. this is the futurecast. i put it up really to show you the stuff north of us here. up in the areas, not much moisture at all even though the dew points are up into the 40's. 91 degrees for the high today. 88 in scottsdale. 87 in deer valley. buckeye, we have 88 degrees. another 88 in gateway. looking across the state, 77 until payson. 81 in sedona. 67 in flagstaff. 89 at gila bend. 93 today in tucson.
the nice, big full moon out there. you can see the hunter's moon. 67 decision overnight. 66 last night. 91 yesterday afternoon. we're running a little bit above it but not as high as the record high for the day, 102 degrees. 42 decision on the record low for the day as well. looking at the forecast highs, there we go. we're jumping up we're jumping down to 88 degrees, which this time of year is the seasonal norm. you see 89's in there as well. other numbers will be 77 in sedona. 65 in flagstaff. 75 is what we're forecasting in prescott. get down in the deserts and the 91's are prominent. 92 in tucson. as we look across the country, it is a mixed bag. we have rain, wind, snow and
winds, some snow and a lot of rain coming down in the northwest. other areas you can see, salt lake city, rain turning into snow. thunderstorms earlier in the day. thunder and snow and showers mixing it up across areas of the great lakes. we are wondering what is this down here? let's take a look on the futurecast. it has a little wind to it. a little twist to it. they are keeping an eye on this. this h a just a little concerned with at this time. more moisture that coming up into the northwest as you can see. not a lot but some areas picking up a fairly good amount. overnight, 64 degrees. warming a little after we hit the seasonal norm of 88 degrees. you will see 91 and 95 and we stick with the mid 90's. watch your kids around water.
students at the university of michigan finished up a pretty big project. they built a solar house. we should do this at a.s.u. >> it looks like an airplane on the inside. not there. >> this is up for sale. it is not very large. it is 459 square feet. one bedroom, one bathroom, storage space with refrigerator, sink, washing machine and a trailer. it holds heat from the sun. bids to buy this place will be accepted until october 20 on the university's website. >> we should have one out back so we have a place to hang out or do some laundry. >> like the tour buss that park behind us at the comerica theater. >> nice jacket, by the way. >> i did not do this on purpose. >> twins-day. the national retailer pulling clown costumes weeks
tonight. reporter: these little mixed boxers had a rough start to life. the arizona humane society got a tip that the family of dogs were severely neglected. >> i thought some of the puppies would have died within 24 hours. >> reporter: a medical technician took both adult boxers and the five 10--week-old puppies to the animal trauma center where theyav and diagnosed them with tick fever. >> they were so tick infested that it shook staff up. >> reporter: they were in murky water and left a large steal bucket of food out. >> there is a crack in the bucket and some of the kibble was on the dirt and the puppies were eating the kibble on the dirt. you don't want them ingesting dirt at all because it clogs their system. >> reporter: thankfully, today
this little one is having the hardest time recovering but all seven are expected to go up for adoption in about a month once their tick fever is fully treated. >> let's have a family that can give them love and attention and not neglect them. >> reporter: courtney griffin, fox 10 news. >> to find out more on how to adopt one of the puppies or mom and dad, head to our fox 10 phoenix page and click on seen on forforget the flowers, couple had rescue puppies. one of the pups couldn't resist getting in on the action when it came to kiss the bride. >> that is very nice. that was a happy little story,
company taking a different approach to dating. this japanese match maiming company is taking the pressure off of speed dating. participants are required to wear the mask to seal most of their face allowing them to focus on personality more and appearance less. some agreed with the masks saying it kept the germs out and eased nerves. if y clown mask for halloween, you won't be finding any at target. the retailer suspending the sale of clown masks at the stores and website because of the recent incidents involving the creepy clowns across the country. the company says they are removing the masks because of what they call sensitivity for the issue. clown masks sales have been soaring since this summer.
a message about young kids and food allergies. one in every 13 children has food allergy and this program was launched back in 2013. house hods are encouraged to put out a teal pumpkin to show they are handing out a her by-free treats. insane retail seas going thanksgiving day. macy's will open at 5:00 p.m. on thanksgiving night. they will do business. they don't care about the leftovers. they are going. that is an hour earlier over the last two years. the word comes from the website, bestblackfriday.com. macy's will make the official announcement later this month. coming up, careers are rolling as a pumpkin thief
festival down below. a chandler couple was killed in the crash. the suspect is a 25-year-old and he was alone in the truck when he lost control and plummeted 60 feet on a vendor's booth below. the family of the chandler couple is, of course, devastated. linda williams spoke to the family members of the victims. >> reporter: they are heartbroken. their nephew refers to cruz kopb terror -- contreras and anna- marie, can't believe they are gone. as grandparents, cruz and anna-marie contreras loved their family but loved the freedom they found on two wheels as they