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what a night. cubs fans rejoicing, facing elimination in game six. cubbies survive and they beat the cleveland indians pretty badly tonight. >> the indians have not won a world series since 1948. the cubs haven't won one 1908 so something has to give tomorrow night. these are live pictures outside of the stadium. people heading home disappointed, obviously, cleveland fans. cubs fans are breathing a sigh of relief. >> and that includes the cubs imaginer and there is a unique connection between maddon and bruce arians. it was a connection that formed
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joins us with that story. >> reporter: the distance between york, pennsylvania, and hazelton, p.a., is just a short drive. today, they are good friends in high-profile positions. joe maddon is a huge arizona cardinals fan. six. cubs win it, 3-2. >> we text a lot. joe can name every cardinal that plays for the st. louis cardinals. it is amazing the amount of knowledge and now that i know him, i know why he is so successful. having being a cardinal fan and a cub fans, it is a great relationship. >> reporter: they have one major bond in common, both grew
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pennsylvania. >> once he became a cardinal, we became buddies. we are similar kind of people. >> reporter: pennsylvania. >> i love bruce. i can't believe there are not more tee shirts that makes no sense. i had a chance to visit with him a couple of times. he has us a been busy. i'm busy. i watch every game wherever i am, in direct tv. >> we both have a lot of similarities. he is from hazelton and i'm from new york and central p.a. guys it was an easy bond when we met each other. >> reporter: maddon is a
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>> lomax was there. once he got hurt, they got bad for a while and i thought jake plummer was going to bring it back. >> reporter: two guys from pennsylvania who paid their dues and there will be plenty of drama come game seven tomorrow night in cleveland. i thought it was a brilliant move for chapman. again when you're this close to a world series championship. more reaction from both clubhouses. stay with us as we continue our coverage as to what is turning out to be a classic world series between cleveland and chicago. >> i'm amazed jude can keep it level since he grew up in cleveland. nice job, jude.
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a disappointing night for indians' fans. they had an opportunity to win the whole thing tonight. >> they had an opportunity in six and seven and five. we caught up with cleveland fans switching the game, watching it thousands of miles from home here in arizona. danielle miller live in scottsdale tonight. the cubs fans are getting all of the attention but plenty of indian fans, too. >> reporter: absolutely and a rough night for the cleveland indians who were celebrating and watching the game at boon docks. they were hoping to walk out of here as champions but that did not happen. they believe that they are the underdogs and cleveland indians fans are far and few in between.
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you go is a cubs fan. you go into the stores and there is cubs merchandise. you can't find a rack with cleveland merchandise anywhere. >> reporter: phil watching his home team with fellow indian fans in scottsdale. they are hoping the indians can pull it off. >> can you imagine two championship parades in one year? that is amazing for us. >> you have to win. getting here doesn't you have to win the whole thing. >> reporter: 1948 is the last time cleveland won the world series. the last time on the appearance was 1997. there are two tied games in nfl. will the indians have the same result as 1997?
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cavaliers won, i'm willing to let the brown goes 0-16. >> reporter: what is interesting here, the series back in 1997, that too went to all seven games for that series. could this potentially be a curse against the cleveland indians? we will not know until the final game happens. we will see what happens and breaking the losing drought for all of these years. you fox 10 phoenix. >> that is an historic series. again, the cubbies forcing game seven of the world series. it will be played tomorrow in cleveland. you can watch it here on fox 10 in phoenix. you don't have to go to cleveland. we're going to have a special edition of fox 10 news beginning at 3:30 and coverage of the
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and more news and sports. october was one for the record books and not in a good way. >> mother nature turning up the heat on arizona. dave munsey joining us to explain. >> reporter: we did get a little more heat than we were expecting. the sun was shining. the average temperature was 81 degrees. the average high was 93.4. the average it was the third warmest october that we have ever had. if you get a look at it here, you can see the temperatures coming down into the seasonal norm type at this time of year. mid 80's in tucson. we do see 50's and 60's as far as the mountains are concerned. now, as far as the national is concerned, it was the 10th warmest october.
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62.7. mid 80's in st. louis and memphis and upper 80's down in dallas. we're dealing with a little bit. the edges are coming off, however. as you can see, the coastal areas, 60's and 70's and we head to the west with 50's showing up out here. this stuff slowly going away but it was a warm up. >> thank you, dave. we have a fox 10 news alert out of south phoenix where a busy intersection is shut down after a two-car crash that injured four people, including two children and a pregnant woman. this is 24th street and baseline. there the quite a police and emergency vehicle presence there. it happened just after 7:00 tonight. >> one of the cars caught fire.
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were taken to the hospital. it does not appear that speed or impairment played a role in the crash. the intersection will be closed throughout the evening. another wrong-way driver slams into a car going in the wrong direction. both drivers killed. >> that crash shut down the loop 101 at i-17 for more than five hours this morning. we're learning more about the crash and what is being done t hopefully prevent the wrong-way crashes in the future. >> this has been an ongoing problem in the valley. reporter: this is not a new issue here in the valley. the issue seems simple, how do you prevent drivers from going down the wrong ramp on the freeway? that question doesn't have simple answers tonight.
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familiar question about stopping the impossible. >> what can you do in that situation? i can't think of anything myself. >> reporter: under the influence and driving a car before heading down the wrong way on the freeway and almost certain disaster awaits. >> the battle against the impaired driver is a challenging problem. >> reporter: adot says they continue to work on technology that will use the sensors in the roadway to alert authoriti about wrong-way drivers. >> it will help with the response in law enforcement. hopefully, officers can get there sooner and be able to warn other drivers as quickly as possible. >> maybe the spikes or something like that that might prevent some kind of a device to keep people from going that way. >> reporter: that is a question they get a lot but research says they don't work. >> they are not meant and they
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on a offramp. they break off and can damage other vehicles. >> reporter: staying alert on the roadway at that hour might mistake a difference. >> i would scan the road and i look for people with their headlights off and i look for wrong-way drivers, especially on the freeways. >> if you're out there in the middle of the night on the freeway, it is time to think about using the center to right lanes. wrong-way drivers tend to use the left lane. they think they are on the right side. >> reporter: as we're back here live, you see adot helping a driver off of the roadway, drivers think they are on the right-side of the road so it makes sense. since 2014, adot has done its best to add wrong way signs and
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they are helping but there is only so much they can do. phoenix police and federal agents along the u.s. postal inspector served a search warrant on all high end, upscale home in ahwatukee. a dozen teenagers living there, possibly against their will. the investigation began as some sort of a mail fraud investigation. more than 12 children of african descent were living at the home, possibly being used for door-to-door sales. he called it a human trafficking case but later he recanted that statement saying it is unconfirmed. it is unclear what kind of investigation is underway at this point. >> you hear this is happening all over the place but it is
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neighborhood. >> at last report, no arrests have been made. we'll bring you the latest information as we work this story. a man caught on camera breaking through a mcdonald's drive-thru window. it happened in tucson. the man pointed a gun at the clerk before using the gun to smash in the window. he reached in through the broken window and took off. he was last seen driving away. police are still looking at him tonight. a fox follow-up on these guys. taken from the arizona animal welfare league. they are back at the shelter and are safe and sound. they were stolen from the league's main shelter near 40th street and washington. surveillance video capturing the thieves in action. look how much happier they look now they are back home. the league says today, someone walked in their clinic and
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>> they said they found them running on the canal. they had been dumped there a few minutes before and we're so glad to have them back. >> the puppies are said to be in good health and will be put up for adoption for the walk to save animals at tempe town lake, which is this saturday. day after halloween, are you up to your eyeballs in candy? mckenna, my home 11 pounds. >> did you weigh it? >> she weighed it. coming up, we're looking at the strangest treats handed out in the valley. >> i ate more than i wanted to. >> the upcoming election bringing mixed emotions about the election. they received an early ballot for their dad who is dead.
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see on fox, they help people during the worst moments of their lives and they do it every day. there is no doubt a 911 operator's job is difficult. after the break, we take a look inside the place they go to
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i want to let you know i'm in orlando. i did the shooting. >> what's your name? allegiance of the islamic state. >> the audio chilling. nearly five months after the massacre in orlando, florida, we're hearing the gunman for the first time. a florida judge ordering the release of the 911 recordings that has the gunman talking with dispatchers.
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the families of the victims. >> that call is one of the many examples that dispatchers has one of the toughest jobs. >> dispatchers will tell you that no call is ever the same and certain calls are better than the. >> there is a place they can go and decompress. >> reporter: it takes a special person to do this job. we know that from some of the calls we have heard. any given day the 911 dispatchers take calls involving child drownings, burglaries in progress, or sometimes officers they know shot in the line of duty. they have to make split-second decisions to get people the help they need. what happens when they take
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county, there is a place they can go. inside mcso headquarters in downtown phoenix. >> 911, what is your emergency, sir? >> reporter: dispatchers work around the clock handling up to 800 calls on a daily basis. >> we have taken so many calls that me being here so long, my head is spinning when we leave. >> reporter: she has been a >> could you tell if the driver was male or female? >> reporter: she admits the stress can take a toll. >> we take immediate decisions and important decisions. >> what is the emergegency, sir? >> my daughter fell in the pool and she was floating when i found her. >> pinch the bridge of her nose and make sure her chest goes up and down. i want you to do 30
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very stressful. a lot of people that work in here have kids and they kind of relate it to their own kids. >> reporter: mcso's new headquarters was built with the latest equipment but there is one room where sip policety is key. it is called the tranquility room. it is sparse. a couch, chair, a balcony to get fresh air. with each dispatcher handling 150 calls per shift, it is important to have a place to decompress. >> we work nonstop calls and a lot of us work extra shifts so it is nice that we can come in here and take a breather. >> reporter: johnson says one of the hardest things for dispatchers is they don't know the outcome of a call, which is sometimes matters of life or death.
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my brother, they just shot him. >> he just got to the house, ma'am? >> yes, hurry, please. >> ma'am, did you see the person that shot him? >> no, he just drove up to our house right now and he fell in our driveway. >> i think the worst for us is not knowing how the call ends. we don't get to sometimes follow up with the deputy on what happened so sometimes we leave here kind of stressed out. room does not get used that often but sitcom -- it is comforting knowing it is there for them. >> some people come in here and hide from everybody. >> these people are saints marc. >> reporter: it is amazing the calls they take and, again, we were talking about this to go to the next one right after you handle one. the room is there if they need to.
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the worst part is not know the outcome. you don't get that final outcome. >> sometimes we do have a story where they are reunited with the victim they helped but they are not always able to learn that. >> reporter: she says that is rare. they will reach out to the deputies and ask how that turned out. >> do they seek out the break room or is it a co-worker that says you need to take a break? >> supervisor. the rule is if you need the room, go and someone will take over the calls. if she sees someone needs the room, they will tell them to go. they didn't get the treats a group of kids attacked by guys with paintball guns and it left a big mark.
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>> they are little kids, too. starbucks is moving up to christmas. they are moving to next holiday. >> i got it tonight. the first cup. >> they are serving their holiday drinks in a new cup with a design that some people don't think it has anything to do with the holidays. >> reporter: well, we are going to be looking at another game tomorrow night in cleveland. we're going to have your
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>> reporter: hi, everybody. we stay in cleveland for baseball. let's take a look at it here. game seven, a few clouds out there. 69 degrees is the game time temperature at 5:00 p.m. arizona time. that will be 8:00 out in cleveland. it looks good. 75 degrees, the winds out of the west, northwest at 10 miles an
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surprise, 66 degrees. 65 in apache junction. 71 in mesa. as we get you a look, you can see a little something happening as far as the state is concerned. a little moisture finding its way in here. there is enough to go down and take a look at. nothing happening around phoenix. north of flagstaff, you can see a little bit of snow in there around the grand canyon as well. things are cooling off up north. we motion and you can see what happens thursday early in the morning. here is phoenix right here. the moisture comes in through the day. we were still in the morning and getting into phoenix a little after noon about 1:00 in the afternoon. it backs off and tries to make a couple more approaches here. we will keep an eye on that. that is going to be thursday into friday.
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gateway had a 79. we look at 65 in prescott. 66 in payson. 56 up in the flagstaff area. 85 in tucson. 81 down on the desert floor in a couple of different places. 82 degrees here. 66 for the overnight low. 82 is where we should be as far as our high. 58 is where we would be on the normal low. 96 and 37 would be the record looking a the forecast high, about like today. we'll be looking at 81, 82, 83 and some 70's in that forecast up in cave creek. other numbers we have in the feast -- forecast, 81 at gila bend. 79 at tucson. 70 at st. johns. looking across the country, we get a mixed bag.
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montana picking up a little bit of the snow. the rest of the country looking pretty good. it is still warm with temperatures in the 80's finding their way in. more snow may invade the northeast. it is mostly just rain at this time. there is snow in the area. this is what i was talking about, the big batch of 80's still hanging on. 88 degrees in dallas. 85 in memphis on the of november that is a warming trend. 70 in denver. 50's and 60's in the northwest. overnight and tomorrow morning, 57 degrees. 81 degrees for tomorrow. as we get you a look at it here, you will see the 80's will be hanging on for a while for a few days with the 10-day forecast. lower 80's and mid 80's mixing it up. watch your kids around water. >> thank you, dave. >> just a reminder, you can
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your forecast 24/7 using our fox 10 weather app. it is free and available in the apple and google play stores. still ahead in the next half hour of fox 10 news at 9:00, are you constantly craving junk food? we may have the solution so you can stop the snacking if you do one thing. we'll tell you what it is. it was the first honor flight of its kind. what makes this flight so special? a week until the presidential election. can you imagine, one week from tonight, we may know the answer. donald trump and hillary clinton kris crossings the country making their final pitch.
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you decide. the 2016 general election is just one week from today. if you plan to vote early, today was the recommended deadline to get your mail in ballot if you did not make it to the post always, you can drop it off at any voting place. >> a phoenix man receives a ballot in the mail for his father who died 11 years ago. steve krafft finds out how this error could have happened. >> reporter: he died in 2005 so why is his name on the voter
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this year, the same way he always does but he died back in 2005. his son showed us the death certificate. >> we got the ballot in the mail for him to vote and they have been sending ballots for him to vote every year and he has been dead. i mean my mother and i wouldn't fill them out and send them in >> reporter: we took this information about virgil sr. who is on the voting roll and brought it here to helen purcell. the office relies on signature match scanning on mail-in ballots to make sure someone isn't voting using a deceased person's ballot. it is a crime.
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people to let them know when someone passes away and present a death certificate. we told them that he wanted his father's name off of the voting rolls rolls so she picked up the phone. >> hello? >> vir virgil? >> yes. >> now that i have seen the death certificate, i can have him removed from the rolls. >> all right. krafft, fox 10 news. >> with just days to go before the general election, we're getting new polling out of arizona. this poll finds donald trump is ahead of hillary clinton by a four percentage point mark. this poll shows trump leading 45% to 44% with 6% undecided.
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the same poll looked at prop 205, which would legalize recreational marijuana and it found it would be failing if you believe this poll, 51% to 45%. 4% polled say they are undecided at this point. both presidential nominees are focusing on battleground states. hillary clinton florida after her lead quickly evaporated after the f.b.i. announced they are looking into her e-mails. clinton and her team question the f.b.i.'s renewed investigation while reassuring voters there is nothing to be considered about. but at her rallies, she is focused on taking hits at donald trump. >> if you know anybody thinking about voting for trump, first of
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if they have ever paid a dollar in income tax ask them if it is so smart to lose other people's money claim, a loss and not pay income taxes. >> meantime, donald trump is focusing on states he is hoping to flip from blue to red. trump not just relying on the e-mail scandal. he is seizing on the spike in the cost of obamacare p convene a special session so we can repeal and replace and we will do it very, very quickly. it is a catastrophe. >> tomorrow morning, trump's running mate mike pence will be here speaking in mesa. hillary clinton is headed to arizona tomorrow to speak at
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we have coverage for the mike pence event and the hillary clinton event and you can find more details on fox10phoenix.com under the seen on tv tab. halloween night took a turn when kids were hit by paintballs. >> they were just little kids. a 5-year-old boy was hit in the face and now his family hopes the police will catch the people who did 5-year-old logan white's night of trick-or-treating was supposed to be fun but he got hurt. >> i heard pops and i look back and my son started screaming. >> reporter: a group of people driving on 35th avenue shot paintballs at their parents and children. >> he got it right in the face. >> i cried. >> reporter: logan was hit. logan's parents say he is going
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just dreams he got hit in the face. when we came back inside, he was sad because it was his favorite holiday and he doesn't want to go trick-or-treating because he doesn't want to get hit again. >> reporter: logan says there is one thing that will make him feel better. >> for police to get him. >> reporter: police are searching for a durango with a roof rack. if you have any call phoenix police. let's check in on the d.u.i. infirms from halloween weekend. they are in now. d.p.s. says a number of arrests compared to last year were down. 209 people were arrested for drunk driving this past weekend compared to 320 during the same weekend last year. extreme d.u.i.'s were down, those are drivers whose blood-alcohol level was more than twice the legal limit. the average blood content for
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a little bit. average b.a.c. >> did you notice anything weird when your kids brought open the canadady? >> i noticed 15 bars of her sh*eus. >> -- hersheys. >> many viewers posted candy on our facebook page. we wanted to show you a few. look at this. yes, found in a halloween bag. it is an easter, chocolate easter bunny. >> they are regifting. >> the halloween stocking with the broken candy. >> this is bad form. >> this is really bad form. top ramen? >> come on. turn out the lights and shut it
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>> hot chocolate, that is not too bad. i can go for that. >> it has been sitting in someone's cupboard for 15 years. >> there is a christmas troy -- toy. this is a worm. it is a chocolate worm. this one might be the weirdest, the peta stickers. someone put meat is choose not to dissect in the kids' bags. this is a valentine's day lollipop name to alexis from eric. >> this may call for an egging and i don't condone violence. >> this kind of stuff deserves something. post your weirds candy you got in the bag last night.
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john is just kidding, of course. >> of course, i would never. that is michael, one of my twins on the left. look at that haul. that is obscene. mckenna on the right claimed she got 11-pounds of candy. i'm thinking she is prone to exaggeration. >> she has eaten five pounds already, right? >> that could be very well. kendall had the same kind of ul what they don't know the, it's going to be regifted to the newsroom. a lot of it is coming here. >> i dread it when it comes here. >> they are asleep. november 1, it not only means fall is in full swing and it kicks off another season. we're going to give you a better hint, you better start ring shopping. >> such a gorgeous night.
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sleep with the windows open. dave is back after the break to let us know what the wake-up weather is like. >> reporter: somebody, it is going to be cleveland or chicago is going home with a heavy heart after tomorrow's game seven. one of the curses will be lifted. there will be plenty of drama in cleveland. yes, we have a game seven. what a night in cleveland. more from the world series on
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people love cheeseburgers... and spicy flavors like chipotle and jalape?o... wait! what if i put them together?! smoky chipotle sauce, pepper jack cheese, and jalapenos, on a buttery bakery bun. i'll call it the chipotle jalapeno burger! boom. someone got that, right? chipotle sauce. pepper jack cheese. you'll call it the chipotle jalape?o burger. boom. good work everyone.
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new at nine. a flight new tonight at 9:00, a flight filled with veterans
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>> this honor flight is different from those in the past. it is not just for those who fought in world war ii. >> thank you for your service. >> reporter: it is a trip that 28 men. >> i've been waiting a couple of years. >> reporter: have anticipated for quite some time. >> about two years. >> reporter: just a few more minutes and all of that waiting is coming to an end. >> you can't find a better group of people than veterans together. >> reporter: together, on their honor flight aer decades have past since fighting the korean war. >> this is the first korean group that is going. i'm excited about it. >> reporter: honor flight arizona has taken hundreds of world war ii vets to d.c. and 60 trips later, the organization is inviting korean war vets. >> from 8:00 in the morning to 8:00 in the evening and they will be exhausted when they get home. >> reporter: a three-day trip
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>> i don't know too many but i will get to know them all. >> reporter: the wait finally over. >> i've been waiting three years. reporter: the impact setting in. >> i'm so excited i want to cry. >> reporter: liz kotalik, fox 10 news. the volkswagon buyback program getting underway. owners can get up to $10,000 in cash. massive scandal where v.w. admitted to cheating on emissions tests. >> reporter: kick starting holiday sales now. amazon beginning its early black friday deals on tuesday. the online retailer saying there will be new deals every day until december 22 as part of the black friday shop.
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ford delaying their sale numbers because of a fire at the michigan headquarters on monday. stocks starting november down. all three major indexes dropping tuesday s&p 500 falling for a sixth straight day. it is the longest it has seen. with the election one week away, the nation's capital the ready. according to a new report, washington, d.c. tops the list of the states. next on the list, wisconsin and colorado. the study looks at things like voter participation and political contributions. that the business on the old cavuto. halloween the over and you know what that mean, fast forward to christmas. >> no thanksgiving?
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july. time for star bucks to roll out the christmas coffees and they they are being served in the green cup that resembles a symbol of unity. it has a mow day kwreubg of more than 100 people drawn in one single stroke. >> i didn't give it that close of an examination. some a christmas spirit, today kicks off another season but the proposal season between now and february, four out of 10 couples will get engaged. here are fun facts, it takes couples three and a half months to find the perfect ring. they look at 25 different rings before taking the plunge and making the purchase.
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forecast is cooler. temperatures are coming down considerably in some areas. up in flagstaff, below the freeze mark grand canyon falls in that category as well. 48 in sedona. 37 in prescott. 52 in casa grande. 43 down in nogales. show low comes in at 36 degrees. cooler around the valley as well. we turn 60's and 70's into a lot of 50's. 52 in maricopa. 53 at 54 at cave creek and fountain hills. mid 50's in mesa. upper 50's in scottsdale. as we get ready for school tomorrow, as the bus shows up, the sun will be shining and the temperature will be down a little bit at 62 degrees. however, we'll warm into the 80's. it will be the low 80's right where we should be tomorrow. we'll have more weather coming up. >> i think the 90's may be gone. >> you think it is over? we won't be complaining for a
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break. tonight, we're talking about one retailer's decision to get rid of the plus-size clothing section. also, the answer may have you searching for how to stop junk food cravings.
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election a week away, there is a lot of speculation going on. coming up at 10:00, what would happen to the supreme court under hillary clinton? should there be a rush before he takes office? could a decade's old mystery be solved? the new evidence that amelia earhart did not die in a plane >> that story fascinates me. >> time for tonight's talkers. >> are you constantly snacking? eating all of the fast food and snacks you can get your hands on? we have the answer to stop the junk food cravings, at least according to a study, get more sleep. sleep helps you control your appetite. sleep increases a hormone that
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don't have the cravings. >> i'm not a junk food junkie and i try get a lot of sleep so maybe it is working. >> you sleep a lot. >> i don't. >> rip restaurant -- van wrinkle. >> i take a nap so i'm refreshed to work with you. >> a four-hour nap? >> major department store getting clothing section. you might think why would they do that? >> do you have an answer or are you throwing it out there? >> they are going to integrate it in with the regular clothes because they say they are selling so much plus-size clothing they might as well bring it in. that is the main sales. >> so you're not stigmatizing the people. >> it is not like you have to go
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>> you might be surprised to hear this, the fastest growing section to the plus size is the junior sizes. >> they need more sleep. >> we solved two big world problems. >> are these good ideas? bad ideas? go to share your thoughts. >> reporter: john and kari, one team will dispel a long standing curse. another team will go home with a
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