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with massive amounts of money, we'll tell you how much is pouring in for both campaigns. and in knoxville, a tradition for people in the small township to cast the first ballots of the election. and by this time tomorrow we may know who will our next president be, volunteers from both parties not resting tonight. they are busy making a final push for votes. ma r there with volunteers, and he joins us live now from the maricopa county records office. >> marc, there are a lot of tired people in the valley tonight, working on adrenaline, making phone calls, pounding the pavement, and it all inspired one mesa woman to get up, get out, and do something about it. with one day left until the election, tanya blazered didd
the right time to get involved in politics. both the democrats and republicans were burning up the phone lines today, making hundreds of thousands of phone calls statewide. >> get out and vote tomorrow. get there early. thank you. >> reporter: when you are talking to them, what are some of the things that you have been hearing? >> a lot of them are saying they have already voted. >> so that's really good for us, but at the same time people want to know how they can help, how they can be useful, so we are bring in everybody they can to make those calls or even to go out in their neighborhood and knock on doors. >> yes on 205! >> reporter: and from phone calls to fancy foot work, the group regulate arizona was pounding the pavement with just hours to go. >> we are fighting for every last minute that we have got. we all received the phone call from doug ducey saying vote no on 205, and we are saying, yes,
>> we want arizona to be more competitive, and i think it only bodes well for citizens, that it is competitive, that it is a battleground state. we have these campaigns going on and they are more connected to the people of arizona. . >> reporter: now, they were all busy making phone calls today. the republicans say they made upwards of 150,000 phone calls. the democrats say they made as many as 200,000 phone calls, and these numbers are statewide. now, for the democrats the hopes are that if hispanics come out in droves that this in 20 years. we might find that answer tomorrow night. marc? >> matt, thanks. you mentioned the phone calls but they also knocked on a lot of doors today. any numbers on that as far as how many people they reached face-to-face? >> well, it was busy back and forth on both sides, but the democrats they had a little more hard numbers saying that they had a chance to go quite possibly to 40,000 front doors. not everyone is going to answer those knocks at the front door,
much ground swell, and as you saw in the piece there, there were a lot of people out and about tonight with only eight hours before the polls open on election day. >> thanks, matt. it's a decision made for a lot of voters this election. more than 1 million people in maricopa county have already turned in their ballots. if you plan on casting your ballot tomorrow or if you forgot to mail in an early ballot, there are some things that you need to know. if you are just dropping early ballot, any polling place will do. but if you are planning on casting your early ballot tomorrow -- >> you got a sample ballot in the mail that showed you your location, where you were supposed to go. it shows you a map to that location, and all of the criteria that you need in order to vote. >> okay. so you got it, and you can't vote somewhere else? you have got to vote at your
precinct. >> now, if you don't have a sample ballot, check out maricopa.vote for your polling place, and bring a photo i.d. like a driver's license. if you don't have a photo i.d., you'll need two other forms of i.d., a voter registration card, a bill with your name and address on it. >> the matchup between arpaio and paul penzone, both vying to become the maricopa county sheriff next term, and both are spending staggering money here, especially in the final hours of their campaigns. andrew hasbun joins us live with a look at the numbers. >> when you add up the candidates and what they are spending and some of the outside groups involved in this race, they are spending up to $15 million to occupy this office, the maricopa county sheriff's office, and tonight opponents of joe arpaio are out on the streets knocking on doors, making sure people head to the polls tomorrow. opponents of sheriff joe arpaio
tonight, going to voters homes, urging them to head to the polls tomorrow. >> we are also asking folks to vote against arpaio. >> norma, working with the group basta arpaio, is one of dozens not affiliated with any campaign, working to unseat the long time sheriff, working the phones, making signs, and tonight they hit the streets. >> there are still a lot of voters who haven't voted, so on those doors and talk to people. >> a staggering amount of money being spent on the race between penzone and arpaio, the latest campaign filing showing penzone's campaign raised $1 million and spent about $740,000 just last week, but he got millions in help from arizona stronger, major funders including the widow of apple
250,000, and billionaire democrat george sorrows -- soros who dropped $1.3 million. >> here's a guy coming to maricopa county and trying to influence who the sheriff should be? no, it's the 4 million people that will do that, and my secret weapon in 24 years has always been i go to the people. >> reporter: arpaio isn't hurting for money. his campaign $12.5 million and spent almost all of it. back in 2012, paul penzone lost to the sheriff by about six points, but marc, as we all know, a lot has happened here at the maricopa county sheriff's office over the past four years. >> we have been hearing that this may be as close a race as sheriff joe arpaio has ever had. what do the polling numbers show? >> there hasn't been too much
there was a poll in mid october that showed paul penzone up with a significant, possibly a double-digit margin, but the sheriff's campaign is quick to point out their own polls show this to be a much tighter race and the sheriff ahead, so really not a lot of polling on this one. with the election just hours away, fox 10 has you covered. we'll start out with live online coverage at 2:00 in the afternoon on the fox 10 page, and then our on air coverage starts on fox 10 news at 5:00. curtis crawford accused killing his girlfriend and then trying to make it look like a suicide. phoenix police say that she was shot to death following an argument with crawford. crawford faces manslaughter
leak in tolleson at cisco arizona. nobody was hurt, and they are not sure what caused the leak. one horse died and two others were wounded in this. witnesses say they saw a man wearing black shorts and a green shirt, a man suspected of shooting the horses back on october 21st. if you have any call maricopa county sheriff's office. time to get your skates ready for the annual cityscape ice rink. construction is underway right now in downtown to get to get the rink ready for holidays, right now base boards are in place, and it's going to look a lot different soon. >> from there, we start building what we can as far as the glass and the railing, putting in a trench for the main chilling system. >> and the grand opening, along with a tree lighting ceremony is
coming up after the break, a terrifying ordeal for a south carolina woman uncovers a suspected serial killer who has been convicted in arizona. tonight police make another gruesome discovery there, and the state supreme court rules today in the case of a
valley girl who died after being locked in a box. we'll explain what happened. and a group of friends one of the friendsecirecipes, b-
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essage. you're watching fox 10 news at 10:00 with marc martinez. >> a self-confessed murderer who was recently taken into custody in south carolina has ties to the valley. his name is todd kohlhepp, and he was arrested after a missing woman was found metal shipping container on his property, and today police found a third body on that property, but we are learning his criminal history
began here in arizona in the 1980s. danielle miller joins us live with more on what we are learning, danielle? >> reporter: marc, we are learning kohlhepp's violent past started here in the valley. court documents show that he had a long history of mental illness and even killed goldfish with clorox in elementary school. today we spoke with a former
him in a case in the '80s. he told us kohlhepp was a deeply troubled person. >> you have no way of knowing when they are going to go off the deep end and start killing people, and that's the situation with this man. >> reporter: that from alan bicker, the former attorney of suspected serial killer 45-year-old todd kohlhepp. he represented him in 1987 when kohlhepp was convicted of rape in arizona. court documents show w kohlhepp was 15, he held his 14-year-old neighbor at gunpoint, tied her up, put tape over her mouth and then raped her. kohlhepp took a plea deal and served a 15-year prison sentence pin arizona for sexual assault. >> it appeared that he had very little view of what the value of life was, and the little girl in this was very lucky.
>> reporter: kohlhepp now being linked to at least seven homicides, and over the weekend authorities say he made a shocking confession in a 13-year cold case. they say he admitted to killing four people at a motor sports shop in south carolina in 2003, family members of the victim shocked by this confession. >> to hear the investigators who have been working tirelessly, the guys on the ground, tell me things like -- one investigator said i have been doing this for 27 years, and i have never seen anything unfold like this happen. >> reporter: investigators say they believe they have recovered all of the bodies from kohlhepp's 95-acre property in south carolina. he's now being held without bond and said that he will represent himself and not hire an attorney. the arizona supreme court upholds an earlier ruling in the death of a 10-year-old phoenix
after she was padlocked in a foot locker for hours, all as punishment for stealing popsicles. prosecutors wanted the death penalty if the court decided it was warranted. the allenes were fighting the prosecutor's request, but today the judge sided with the prosecutors. a person arrested again for allegedly groping two women the downtown a.s.u. campus. one woman walked into a bank and called for help. it turns out the suspect was on probation and was wearing an ankle monitor. the monitor and security footage put him at the time and place of the assault, now charged with attempted sexual assault and abuse. tomorrow we'll get up to right around 90 degrees for the high, and that of course is election day.
your exclusive accuweather forecast with dave munsey on fox 10 news. well, dave, here we are on monday after the weekend, brilliant, nice weather, and it looks like we are in store for some great stuff. this is the time of year that we get some visitors coming to stay with us. >> a lot of people looking at our weather, planning their vacation, what are we going to do, should we go there, whatever, look at that. little after 10:00 in the evening, 74 degrees, winds out of the east-northeast at about five miles an hour. and let's take a look and see what's happening, 66 degrees by tomorrow morning, and 88 degrees, lots of sunshine through the day. i always suggest that you take water and take an umbrella as well, because you will be in the shade wherever you are. looking across the country, look at these beautiful temperatures. look at that.
bismarck. these are the forecast highs for your election day, just absolutely beautiful. now, as far as the moisture, a little bit of moisture up in the northwest here, and we do see just a little front working its way through, and you can see coming through st. louis, coming through the lower great lakes, the ohio valley, very important in this election, and they are going to have some rain working its way through the state as well. right now we are looking at 68 degrees in ahwatukee, 72 at gateway, 72 at fountain hills, 71 in scottsdale, and in surprise 68 degrees right now. so those temperatures, very, very nice, nary a cloud to be seen across the state today. here we go. that is the high on the day today at 86 degrees. you can see some corresponding numbers around it, a little lower in some areas. and then you look here at the national map, and here's that
that might have a little bit of an influence on the election for tomorrow. so we are keeping our eye on that as well, and then as you can see, look at that, boy i'll tell you those beautiful numbers, 88 degrees, that's a little warm. that's eight degrees above the seasonal norm for this time of year. we get there by thursday, we get below it on friday, and we live it through the weekend. watch your kids around water. >> all right, dave, thank you. this story has a lot of people saying are you kidding a california mom could be facing jail time for illegally selling homemade food through facebook. she says a few years ago she joined a forum in stockton where people share recipes and occasionally sell food that they cooked. last year, somebody contacted her asking for a plate of her ceviche, which is raw fish and
she didn't have a proper license, and now that person is headed to trial. >> some people would say they would love a buy a plate. >> she says she was offered 80 hours of community service to settle the case but turned the deal down and instead will go to trial. a lot of people are saying cheers to the end of this very long election cycle, some of them toasting with cocktails made with donald trump and hillary clinton in mind.
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endorse tom o'halleran for congress. "the republic" says, "elect tom o'halleran. his words match his work." and "the daily star" said, "o'halleran puts the common good above party politics.
election will soon be one for the books... but there live from fox studios, fox 10 news is back. well, this election will soon be in the books, but there are some moments that will hang around for quite a while, like this one from the third debate. >> we are going to secure the border, and once the border is scored, we will make a later determination as to the but we have got some bad hombres here, and we will get them out. >> remember that line, bad hombres? or how about this line uttered by donald trump the same night? >> my social security payroll contribution will go up, as will donalds, assuming he can't figure out how to get out of it, but what we will do -- >> such a nasty woman. >> remember those lines? a lot of us were caught off guard by a lot of them, but now
phrases into election cocktails and the nasty woman, the bad hombre made with creme decacao, and the nasty woman concocted with bitters and basil vodka. >> marc, i will take a double on both of those with what we have had to go through with this wow, how about it? and we have got a new manager in town, the dbacks tap the boston red sox bench coach.
you're watching fox 10 sports with jude lacava. >> he played for eight different big league teams, creditses the likes of sparky anderson and john ferrell as mentors, started out with t recently the red sox. torey lovullo comes over from the red sox. sparky a big influence. h spent some time actually in the detroit tigers organization, spent time in the cleveland organization, crediting the organization as an influence. one of the more provocative comments from today's press conference, torey lovullo saying he likes what he sees on the
any time on pushing the team in the right direction. >> certainly, i want to aim as high as possible, and i am very optimistic that we have the capability of doing something very special, and as i told one player on the phone, i want to be able to have us all tell a great story at the end of the 2017 season. >> arizona cardinals back on the practice field. -- tomorrow. it's been a really tou the special teams haunting the team at time, bad luck and bad execution, no question about that. but when you look at what it's going to take the rest of the way to make the post-season here, mike jurecki saying you have to climb the ladder in the long second half. >> you probably have to get to ten wins, 10-5-1 will put you in
to get in considering how well the nfc is playing this year, and the ways lions are playing, we'll see about a surge from the vikings. >> you have got the 12th man ramped up, and russell wilson, get aload of this throw, one armed grab by jimmy graham. graham put on a show. there were some controversial bad calls by the nfl officials again in this game. graham made another beautiful catch here. seattle holds on to win. we are keeping an seahawks, 31-25 the final seahawks over the buffalo bills >> wow. >> i think i watched more of that game than the refs did. >> you would have made much better calls too. >> i did. i was making them at my desk. >> i heard you over there. modern family is up next.
me late nights in there. some of them i even spent studying. don't tell your mom. and maybe don't tell me. oh. college! he was shielding his eyes from the sun. knew it when i hit it. phil is taking haley to visit his alma mater. loved college. mm, we were hoping some of that enthusiasm rubs off on her. go, bullfrogs! dogs. bulldogs. i feel like you do that on purpose. mnh-mnh. no, it's just-- i say "bull," and i can't remember if it's frogs or dogs. when i talk to my old friends from college, do we croak or do we bark? (telephone rings) i got it. (clears throat) (beep) hello? (grunting) wow. no way! haley, no way! check it out! after a few beers, my buds and i would jump on these lunch trays and race down this same hill. hop on. i don't want to to hop on. seriously, you'll get the giggles.