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busy weekend for fire crews in chandler. two arsons in the same neighborhood involving homes, both under construction. both homes in the area of chandler boulevard and gilbert road and that is where we find ty brennan tonight. he joins us live. ty? >> reporter: yeah, kari, chandler police tell us they have few leads to go on and that is why they are hoping someone has some sort of information. take a look. this is the extepbtsdz of one of the houses hit the there is another house down the road and that is why they are hoping someone knows something about this. chandler police forensic team combing through what is left of two houses trying to figure out who is responsible for intentionally setting them on fire saturday morning. both homes were unoccupied and under construction near gilbert road and chandler boulevard. >> to hear that could be happening in your neighborhood
>> reporter: mike moved into the subdivision just weeks ago. the fact that police are treating the fires as arson is unnerving considering how close the homes are together. >> my 2-year-old son was sleeping in the house with me. it is alarming because i did not know it was going on. >> reporter: this house is a total loss, while the house across the street will be salvageable. again, chandler police telling us these arsons happen early o the morning. if you have any information about these, you are asked to give them a call or silent witness at 480-witness. reporting live in chandler, ty brennan, fox 10 news. starting tomorrow, chandler drivers need to be on the lookout for photo radar cameras at three different intersections. they will be activated at
dobson and ray. they will be watching for people speeding and running red lights. ? do you remember george lindell? a local celebrity for a few days in 2011 after his passion tpheult -- passionate description of a crash. he is back after he was accused of making very unsavory statements, we'll put it that way. andrew hasbun joins us live with this story. >> reporter: as the crowd chants u.s.a., he turned to the press saying jew s.a. he said he wanted to clarify what he said and he doesn't want
this video exploded online after a cnn reporter posted it on twitter. george lindell points and talks to the crowd at a rally. >> it is a rally. you're supposed to have fun. >> reporter: not many were laughing after the video was posted online. he was being called by family and friends who was being labeled as an antistem night. spanish we say june. i said it in spanish. it was not about the jews, nothing about the jews. i love jews. i got no problem with jews. >> reporter: a recent poll shows donald trump with 20%
>> why would that be offensive, man? that is ridiculous. that is ridiculous. >> reporter: overall, the donald trump rally appeared to be peaceful and civil. we know of one person who was asked to leave. trump's campaign called his language deplorable. the white house is defending f.b.i. director james he announced the agency was reviewing new e-mails they found connected to hillary clinton's use of a private e-mail server. these emails were discovered on a computer owned by anthony weiner. he is the estranged husband of one of clinton's top aides. democrats are reluctant to have comey talk about it but the white house says they do not
politically motivated. >> they do not think he is secretly strategizing to secretly benefit one candidate or one political party. he is in a tough spot. >> the justice department is now promising to dedicate all necessary resources to review these e-mails and there are tens of thousands of them as quickly as possible. >> of course, the big question difference in the election? one-third of maricopa county voters have already cast their ballot and helen purcell says that vote is final. >> that is processed and counted. >> you can't ask for a redo or make good or do-over. it is not going to happen in arizona. some states, yes, not here. purcell says they always get a few calls about casting a new
an increase this year despite everything in the news. 700,000 early ballots have been returned. it is recommended that will you get yours in the mail by tomorrow is kind of the deadline to make sure you get it in or drop off your ballot at any polling place on election day. did you see this massive fire? it is an inferno. it completely consumed this building under construction and thanul injured by this massive fire in oakland. the flames spread to a three-alarm blaze. the building had a wooden frame, which maid it difficult for firefighters. the scaffolding slowed down the crews. it is not known what caused the fire. >> a 10-year-old girl took a
into a profit, not just for her but her dance team. addison's dance team was invited to perform at disney land parade later this year. my daughter will be in this. the preteens knew it would be expensive so she broke out her dad's lawn mower and made $2,600 mowing their neighbor's lawns. >> my daddy told me stories six flags so i said could i mow to get money? >> that is a common sight. >> there are lawns in our neighborhoods that could use the work. this is a great idea. a social media campaign brought in donations for the team as far away as germany. a warning to trick-or-treaters out there.
>> see how deadly this guy is. >> what would happen? john's warned us. >> he will rip your face off if you get into his enclosure. >> we're going to break down the battle on who wins this one and how does it eupbd. vo: 13 year-old sabrina told a school counselor she was raped by her uncle. sheriff joe arpaio's office. but arpaio failed to protect her. for three more years, 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,
you think the only danger on halloween is eating too much candy, you're probably wrong. there is something else to be afraid of, not just the ghosts and goblins but rattlesnakes. the reptiles have been hanging around because of the warmer weather. courtney griffin has the story. >> reporter: if you hear this tonight, just know it might not be a prop to scare you. >> we need to be careful when we have the little ones running around collecting candy. >> reporter: daniel with the herpetological society, says the rattlesnakes are out because of the lingering heat. >> youyou have to pay attention where you're putting your hands and feet at all times. >> reporter: most of the rattlesnakes come out during the >> when the sun comes up and warms up the day, the temperatures are perfect for them. when it is 80-90-degrees that the perfect for them.
need to pay attention when going door-to-door and pay attention to anything slithering behind decorations. >> the rattlesnakes could be hiding among the decorations by the front door. >> if you see a rattlesnake, do not touch it. call the herpetological society and they can assist. >> unless you're kari, she can wrangle those things. >> wrangle is not the word. i've been years about the panda. >> do you see what is behind you, john? >> they think it is a joke. these are not stuffed animals. a man tries to get up close with what they think is a cuddly panda. >> he barely moves.
panda enclosure. >> that looks like a hug. >> he is getting meat there. the two wrestle around for a few moments before the guy gets away. >> that looks fun. >> i can't take you anywhere. >> he is petting him. >> the panda had a full belly of bamboo so he did not need to eat this guy but he would have. he ended up with ripped up trousers but it i he did not get hurt or maimed. why did he jump in there at the first place, he was trying to impress girls. >> they only eat bamboo, right? >> they eat people. his shin could have been bamboo if it was a different part of the day. >> i thought i wonder if that is john. >> don't be fooled. asteroid hit over the past
the shot of john with the cuddly pandas, please? i want to put that on a greeting card. someone take out a health insurance policy on the cards' quarterback. carson palmer pummeled again. friendly pandas with john hook. >> they are not friendly. >> reporter: we'll talk cardinals when we return in sports. >> hired killers. >> reporter: come over here
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a new nasa tool has detected an asteroid that buzzed by the earth by the weekend. while we were dressed up at the costume party. >> it could have been the end. >> the tool is called the scout. it predicted the thette by 310,000 miles. >> that is a close call, believe it or not. >> i felt something saturday night. >> no, that was the champagne. >> oh, that was the booze, ok. larger asteroids could do damage if they collide with the planet. got out of that one, huh? bruno mars had the top hit
funk" by now mars and ronson have been sued over the song. the band is called college and they claim "funk" is similar to a song they wrote in 1983 called "girls." take a listen. ? >> wow, ok, this is collage. it said college on the script. >> it sounds similar. i'm not a judge and jury. >> this is the stuff that sticks in a song writer's head. they are not cognizant that they are ripping it off and they
no comment from rca, the record label that released "uptown funk." >> reporter: hey, set the huddle, call the play, make sure everyone is lined up right and execute the play. for a quarterback that is not easy. let's say you have been sacked eight times, hit seven times like palmer was. he was pummeled yesterday afternoon we're not talking about guys who are 150 pounds, how about guys who are 350? man, he took a beating and that was one of the big issues coming up today in our discussion with bruce arians. the offensive line with the cardinals out manned again, especially at the guard
call that he was flagged with. here is bruce arians on the offensive line unable to get the job done. >> our guards struggled in the game and they shouldn't have struggled that bad. most of it was technique. i watched the coaches teach them every day and go in the game and not use the technique or use poor technique and get beat, it is not acceptable. >> reporter: fall classic after the big win at wrigley field. kris briar kwrapbtsdz led the way tieing the game with the home run in the fourth. they are going with josh tomlin. jake arrieta goes tomorrow. it might favor the cubs as far as experience and performance. it is here on fox 10. there has been a lot of talk about why didn't bruce arians
? adele opening up about her personal life in an interview with "vanity fair." the singer says she battled postpartum depression following the birth of her son four years ago. however, her world revolves around her son. she stopped drinking and stopped smoking. she will if three weeks to make up for the concert she missed. >> reporter: what authorities say a man tried to smuggle in tortillas into the country. new accusations being made by both
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first tonight at 6:00, happy halloween. we have cooler temperatures this halloween following a recent stretch of warm weather. as trick-or-treaters go door-to-door tonight, things will be cooling down. the question is, do ghosts and goblins need to be bundling up? >> reporter: i don't think we'll be b a nice break on if temperatures as they come down a little bit, actually on halloween. over the weekend, they were up pretty good. not bad temperatures to get the kids out and get them going. 78 in fountain hills. buckeye, 77 degrees. 78 in surprise. maricopa, 82 degrees. let's take a look and see what we have stacked up hour by hour
79 degrees. at 8:00, it is getting scary at 77 degrees. the bag the full at 9:00 and time to head open and that is at 76 degrees. of course, marc, what that means is mom and dad will be going through the candy picking out their pieces in comfortable weather. >> absolutely, all right, dave, thank you very much. adot is getting in the halloween spirit. the sign says mummy knows best. wrap yourself in a seat adot says you should expect heavy traffic because of trick-or-treaters. you can see there is a lot of traffic right now. a live look at the loop 101 and 35th avenue. if you're going to be out tonight, be sure you have a designated driver. police are out in force cracking down on those who are under the ininfluencer behind the wheel. >> reporter: maybe grown ups