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>> you're watching the best, fox 10 news. >> a close call for one glendale family after a car speeds out of control and runs right into their home. driver hit a power pole knocking out power to more than one hundred homes. >> a car barrels down an ally just after midnight running into a power pole, trash cans and slamming into a home right through the master bathroom. >> it's very, i don't know what the right word is. but it gives you a perspective of reality. >> reporter: reality christina says that this morning could have turned to tragic. she is a teacher at gcu and was up with her daughter grading papers. she saw the car driving down the
>> it is so sure sureel. you think it's not going to happen, but then it does happen. >> reporter: her husband later told her he was about to go to the bathroom moments before that car crashed in. the intensity throwing the toilet into the shower. >> i'm hoping that the driver is okay. he appeared with adrenaline to be fine. but that kind of impact without the he is okay. >> a lot of damage there. that driver has not been caught. but if you have any information that might help, you're being asked to give glendale police a call. police are investigating a deadly shooting that happened at a phoenix gas station. no word on a suspect description or if any arrests have been
away from the start of the third and final presidential debate. live in las vegas tonight. steve? >> well, less than half an hour until the third and final debate. the end of the debates in this seamingly endless presidential campaign. endlessly dramatic and endlessly entertaining. what we've learned is that the eyes of the world are on las ga visiting from all over the place who want to see how america as a beacon of freedom and democracy does it. we met a delegation of folks who are in from africa. they came here because they wanted to see our debates up close and personal to see how democracy can go in their countries. >> we're not planning to rig the
tell me what you think is interesting about debates in america? >> they're very vibrant. and they tend to be issue-based, apart from this year. this year is special. this year tends to be moving toward character rather than issues. we are hoping that today we will see the true american debating style over issues. >> reporter: well good luck. [laughter] >> reporter: you know we shared some laughs, but there's a pretty serious thing that we're talking about. we going to have? are we going to have a debate that is a serious-minded debate about issues facing the country or will it dissolve into an insult fest? we'll find the answer in 20-25 minutes. reporting live from las vegas, fox 10 news. >> thanks steve for all of your coverage. and earlier today i spoke with
he said that you can expect the moderator to keep it on track. >> he wants to stay out of the way but make them answer his questions. when they begin to deviate, he is not one that asks a question and then sits back and waits for them to wait to go on. he can demand an answer. it's not like he doesn't have control of the issues. he certainly does. if he can keep them on p get some separation tonight. >> shepherd smith expecting chris wallace to also press hillary clinton on the wikileaks e-mail but says that donald trump has a lot of ground to make up in this debate. my entire interview with shepherd smith posted on our youtube channel. you can find it on youtube.com/fox10phoenix. >> we have a lot of options for you. it will air right here on fox 10
our facebook page. just head to fox10phoenix.com where you'll find a link. in the health watch tonight, infectious disease specialists from the u.s. and cuba are meeting to talk about insect-borne diseases. like the denge fever and zika. it's part of the push to build momentumin opening up exchanges with the island nation. five people are hurt in a violent gas explosion in northeastern portland today and two of the injured victims are firefighters. it happened at the dosha salon and spa building. a contractor hit a gas line causing a leak. the gas ignited and then things
people reported seeing the massive cloud of smoke for miles. >> they were evacuated and allison was in the building and i'm happy were all good. >> they promptly said get out of the building. we were not that far away and we heard and saw these huge boom, booms. he building was shattered and instantly got caught up in flames. we watched it all happen. it was pretty scary. >> people have been asked to reasons and they're investigating that explosion. an investigation into how a plane crash happened near a new jersey home. two people were hurt. there is no word on the extent of their injuries, but witnesses say both people on board were conscience when they went to the hospital. no word on why that plane went down. a brazilian woman won first
known as the toughest adventure race. it's 160 miles long, but gets worse. it goes through the brazilian rain forest through the swamps and through the jungle. >> no thank you. >> when you finish it, you probably feel good about yourself. i'm sure you do. it gets to be 100? in the rain forest with 90% humidity. held over six days. a man from australia won in his division. >> i will never complain about my hike in the morning again not after seeing that. but we don't get to see much video out of north korea. but this next one is catching a lot of people's attention. it's a smoking chimp in one of the zoos there. this is azalea.
pack of cigarettes and a lighter every day. >> they do that why? >> i guess they think it's funny. they insist that the 19-year-old chimp does not inhale, but i don't know. she has learned how to ignite a fresh cigarette with the butt of an old one. i guess they should throw a pack of those nicotine patches. >> it sounds like they're doing this just to get more people to the zoo. >> it sounds like it. she's an coming up, why this new mom, right here, is making headlines around the globe. >> the reason an emergency call hit very close to home for one valley firefighter. and the rolling stones calling in sick. the member who is under the weather. it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands.
party. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing when it really mattered.
it's the fox 10 news is back. >> a phoenix firefighter responds to a cardiac arrest call only to find out that the patient he was about to save
was someone he knew very well. >> i have no idea who they are and why they're here. >> this morning 70-year-old tommy d. was surrounded by a group of people. but all were too familiar with his story.
on september 10th of this year. among the crowd, was his very own son. >> the music was playing. and all we heard was the code for someone who is clinically dead. >> they instantly recognized the address. what he didn't know was the severity of the attack. >> we didn't know initially if it was male or female. i knew my mother or father was basically clinically dead. we were going to be the first engine there. >> both father and son credit a large group for helping tommy stay alive. initially performing cpr. the dispatchers and the rest of the firefighters, and nurses at the hospital. >> this is for the agnostics and atheists out there. who are you kidding?
difference. i could put my training to use. >> he has an excellent prognosis that he is happy to share just like the awards he passed out for those who made it possible for him to be here today. >> it kind of sounds like the movie home alone. a brave boy managed to stop a home invasion. the 11-year-old alan had arrived at his new jersey home. but when he he interrupt add burglar who was in the middle of robbing the place. he called 9-1-1. he is advising folks what they could do in this situation. >> my heart started pumping when i saw it. lock your doors. do the same thing that i did especially if he has a gun or any other type of weapon. >> it turned out to be the family's landscaper who was looking to find some cash to buy drugs. he is now facing charges of
there is an extra pair of eyes on a kansas neighborhood and those out to do no good. neighbors call him officer oliver. he is a 5-year-old who patrols the streets day or shine on his police motorcycle. when he is not out looking for bad guys, he runs a real radar gun to catch speeders. >> today i only found one car speeding. i try to yell slow down, but i can't. because i don't, i keep forgetting to. i got some fake tickets. they're kind of funny. they say oliver just gave you a ticket. >> oliver just gave you a ticket. he doesn't give real tickets. just a stern warning. >> he is serious.
when he is older. i have no doubt that he will be. he spends time with different officers from different departments in the area. >> a spanish woman says mother nature helped her give birth to a baby at 62. the baby is healthy and growing stronger each and every day. the mom says quote it's impossible to be happier than i am now. the oldest mother is believed to be a woman from india birth at the ripe age of 72. it's amazing. but i'm not sure i want to be a mother at 72. >> boy, that's a lot of work, right? >> because you got to think about what you're going to feel like at 82 and 92. >> and always on the run looking for the kids. coming up, the shade that has been picked as the top color for 2017. plus the next place where starbucks plans to expand their worldwide empire. went from big games in the
look - i supported joe arpaio for a lot of years... but lately, he spends so much time on tv or in court defending himself that he's not doing his job. he failed to serve warrants for violent crimes. he didn't even investigate when children were molested. and lawsuits against him have cost taxpayers we need a new sheriff whose top priority is keeping our community safe. that's why this year,
i learned as a police officer and a businessman you 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 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. >> ever wonder what the top color is for this year as we're
for 2017 accounting to the painting company benjamin moore, the color is shadow, and you're looking at it. very cool color. the color is described as a smoky, deep purple. it almost has a hint of gray to it. they say it captures a contemporary mood. >> purple is fitting into tonight's business watch. delta airlines, they're their old blue and red colors in favor of purple, which they call passport plum. the full roll out will be in early 2018. apple plans to unveil new update to the mac lineup. they will be the first major updates since 2015. apple announced new iphones and apple watches just last month. let's head over to wall
but steady climb for stocks. the dow jones and nasdaq moving up a couple points, as well. well if you watched closely the last couple of games the cardinals' offense is undergoing an impressive transformation from big games in the passing game to long, sustained drives in the run game. 11 plays, 75 yards. 14 plays, 65 and this guy here, david johnson has been at the forefront of this running game that's been ground and pound. carson palmer loves it. he say this is really allows us to get into play action. and when you really just wear down opposing defenses, especially their front seven, you see runs like this and you see touch down runs where david
zone untouched. that's been the ticket the last couple of games and you got to believe that's going to play into sunday night against the seattle seahawks. carson palmer on the transition to the ground and pound, play after play, leading to touch downs. >> what we want to do i think is what everybody wants to do. you run the ball and go play action and take your shots. there hasn't been a ton of it. i think the main thing is we have gotten so much battener the run game. we're doing better up front regardless of who has filtered in with injuries. >> the last time cleveland won a world series. bringing it to c-town. how about this. in the top of the third, with the pitch and santana takes them deep. cleveland on a nice roll here
coco crisp in the fourth. they're going crazy. can you believe this? the final out? mark, carrie, cleveland is going to the world series. unbelievable year. the cavs when the mba championship. they're having a remarkable year in c-town. they will wait now to take on the winner of t series for a chance to win a world series. how about that. more football when we return tonight at 9 o'clock. >> all right. cleveland! >> who would have thought. >> that's amazing. >> just when you thought they couldn't get any bigger, starbucks is getting ready to expand once again. the coffee giant plans to double the number of its stores in china by 2021. starbucks hopes to have more than 5,000 stores in that
sexual assault and rape. out-of-control corrections officers arrested. but not one served a day of time. sweetheart deals, because, with county attorney bill montgomery, some people are above the law, making us all less safe. there's a better choice -- diego rodriguez, er prosecutor who believes in tough sentences for violent crime and equal justice under the law. vote for diego rodriguez.
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. 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. garth brooks is back in a big way- his new song "baby, let's lay down and
>> garth brooks is back in a big way. his new song baby let's lay down and dance. the song will be included on brooks upcoming album gun slinger. >> uptown funk. >> it joins some exclusive status. it just got the 15th song to achieve diamond status. that song is raswson and bruno mars. ? >> it's official. madonna is the richest celebrity in the world. that is according to a firm that conducts research on the super wealthy. she's reportedly worth an estimated $910 million. i bought a ticket to her concert so i'm part of that wealth.
the list. he's still worth an estimated $900 million bucks. ? >> the presidential debate was not the only big event scheduled in las vegas tonight. the rolling stones were supposed to take the stage in vegas, but they had to cancel. doctors told mick jagger to rest his voice. he's hoping to be ready for another show in vegas this coming let's take you live to las vegas where we're minutes away from the third and final presidential debate. >> donald trump's last chance to go head to head with hillary clinton. the debate is coming up live on fox 10. you can catch it also on fox 10 news now or find the link on our facebook page. we'll see you back here tonight
i spent many years as a nuclear missile launch officer. if the president gave the order we had to launch the missiles, that would be it. i prayed that call would never come. [ radio chatter ] self control may be all that keeps these missiles from firing. [ sirens blearing ] i would
bomb the [ beep] out of them. i want to be unpredictable. i love war. the thought of donald trump with nuclear weapons scares me to death.
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? >> i'm a shepard smith of fox news live at the university of nevada, las vegas, where we are minutes away final presidential debate right here on fox. hillary clinton and donald trump facing off for the last time before election day. it is their last chance to speak to tens of thousands of americans all at once, and today donald's trump's campaign manager told us that don't trump needs a comeback. clinton is keeping the race close even in states that are