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for hours today, creating a huge mess, and a car full of teenage girls runs out of gas. two girls get out to push the car, and they end up getting hit by an oncoming car. we'll tell you how they are doing tonight on fox 10 news at 10:00. and police say it was a drunk driver behind the wheel, and those two girls are in the hospital tonight. stefania okolie talked to one of the girl's boyfriends. she joi hospital with the latest. >> reporter: yeah, and unfortunately the victim in this crash, marc, a 16-year-old young girl, her physical health is very uncertain right now. she is still in the hospital here this evening. her boyfriend tells us that the doctors are not sure whether or not she's going to be able keep both of her legs. it's a much different mindy than her loved ones are used to seeing. >> it's really bad. it's just i don't know it's so
very energetic, just a very easy going person. >> they were on interstate 17 and ran out of gas. mindy and another friend got out to push the car but didn't make it far, a driver slamming into the car, trapping them between two cars. her boyfried says doctors are trying to save her legs. >> she'll have to have up to five >> oh, wow. >> yeah, and they don't know if she is going to be able keep her right leg. >> this unfortunate incident a reminder to drivers everywhere. >> the safest place if you're broke down on the side of the highway is in your car. >> you never know, in a matter of seconds, your life can change forever. >> it's just really hard. we are trying to look for the
police have not released many additional details about the suspected drunk driver. we are working to learn what charges he or she may be facing. we want to also mention that the family set up a gofundme page to help pay for the medical bills. we are told that the driver who hit these two young girls did not have any insurance. >> i also understand there was a dog in the car that ran >> they have not been able to find that dog. i can tell you, however, though, it is a small black chihuahua. her girlfriend tells me that the chihuahua's name is sashi. if anyone happens to see it, please call phoenix police immediately. the driver of a stolen a.d.o.t. truck is killed after that truck smashes into a semi in flagstaff. police tell us that truck was being loaded when it was stolen
the truck then sideswiped another car that was stopped at a red light before it smashed into the big rig. the road was closed down for about eight hours but it is back open tonight. and according to its website, improving a hazardous stretch of i-17 from black can city to sunset point is too costly. when serious accidents occur on this stretch of highway, it usually hours. in fact, we saw traffic blocked for nine hours over the weekend because of a crash, because there's no other way to get off the highway. the obvious solution is to add lanes to the highway, but it would cost $125 million, and a.d.o.t. says right now that's not feasible so there will be no cure in store for that for the time being. a semi-truck slammed into a fire hydrant today.
for nearly five hours. crews had to dig underground and try to reach the shutoff valve as traffic slowed on mcdowell road. the incidents they say are not uncommon in phoenix, but this was an unusual situation. >> typically, a fire hydrant has breakaway bolts, so as a car hits it, the fire hydrant breaks off cleanly. in this case, the semi-truck kind of nudged it over, so as they did that, they broke some of the valves. >> and the city's water service department says it will file claim against that truck driver to cover costs of the repairs there. maricopa county sheriff joe arpaio's lawyers are calling foul. they want the judge in arpaio's racial profiling case to recuse himself. arpaio's team says the judge engaged in improper private and off-the-record discussions with the sheriff in that case.
to begin november 6th. two men and a woman were caught on surveillance video stealing ten-week old cattle dog mixes. police are searching for the thieves, but they really want pthe dogs back because they are sick and need to get well again. in return, the league says they will not press any charges if they are returned. investigators are looking into why a wing under construction at grande medical center caught fire. crews quickly put that fire out. flames kept it's hard to believe i'm asking you this, but are you ready for more heat? it's on the way. october almost over and we are still experiencing triple digit
dave munsey is tracking somewhat unusual stretch of weather for this time of year. >> it would certainly be unusual to get a 100-degree reading at this time of year. things are a little bit iffy on that. however, let's take a look at it, shall we? the third warmest in october, a question mark there, because october is not over yet. number two, the second warmest october, 1988, 82.4 degrees, and then number three, 2016, 80.9. we are forecasting more. in fact we have had 90-degree plus weather 22 straight days, and here are three more, tomorrow 98 degrees, getting awfully close to 100. it does back off on friday and
that 98-degree reading very easily could hit 100. we'll have more weather coming up in just a few minutes. >> coming up, there is no cure for cancer, but there could be a cancer vaccine just on the horizon and available in the u.s. and on the day donald trump cuts the ribbon on his new trump hotel in washington, dc, he loses a little bit of his real estate in chicago. we'll tell you about that. and you have seen the polls this election, there are new ones out seemingly they mean, and why are some so different? and it you would like to contact me on social media, take a
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cancer-related death in the united states. lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer related death in the united states. well, check out the recent polls. the associated press has hillary clinton with a 14-point lead. u.s.a. today has her beating trump by nine points, and fox news narrows the gap, we are kind of all over the place with this, aren't we, they narrow the gap with donald trump in a statistical tie. so with the flood of all of these polls coming every single day during the presidential election, a lot of people are wondering how you can decide which one is right, which polls you should ignore, which ones you should pay attention to. it's enough to make anyone's head spin, so we are trying to make sense of it all, so we sent danielle miller out to sort it all out. >> reporter: yeah, now, marc, there is a lot of confusion with these polls to say the least.
these polls sometimes are meaningful but perhaps are meaningless. >> there is so much fluid nature in this election that it almost doesn't matter what happened yesterday. the disproportionate change between all of these polls is another evidence that the polling cannot be relied on. >> reporter: political consultant stan barns says in most cases trump giving an inaccurate read of the support for him. >> that means that public that is responding to polls is not telling the truth. they either say i'm undecided or they even say they are voting for hillary. >> barn says because of this very fluid election, people shouldn't decide whether they are going to vote or even who they are going to vote for based on the polls.
we won't know who is the candidate of choice until november 8th. >> sometimes people say, oh, another person is doing that, so i'm just going to do that too, but maybe sometimes it wasn't the best decision. >> reporting live, danielle miller, fox 10 news. >> well, it's good to hear of that because i think a lot of people have been kind of confused. you see these numbers that are so different. he talked a lot about the national election, but what about the local races? >> it's actually pretty much the same. barn says underpolling and people being honest about who they like and will support surely can do the same thing for local elections. he says the same thing goes. you shouldn't let what did you see in a poll here locally
who to vote or even to vote at all. police are searching for a man they say destroyed donald trump's star on hollywood boulevard. a video posted online shows a man dressed as a city construction worker using a hammer and a pick axe to demolish donald trump's star. that man reportedly wanted to remove the star and sell it. it is the second time now it's been vandalized during the election season. an honorary stree trump in chicago is a step closer to being removed. they approved removing the sign outside of the trump tower after comments were made about the windy city during the first presidential debate. removal of the sign still needs presidential debate. removal of the sign still needs approval by the full city hey guys. i called you all in because i just had an idea. presidential debate. removal of the sign still needs approval by the full city
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live fro f fox 10 news is back. check this video out. a penguin at florida seaworld is losing her feathers, so to keep the balding penguin warm, the park's wardrobe designer made her a wet suit. it's designed to fit her natural coat. it allows her to swim, sleep, and even eat comfortably, very creative. your exclusive accuweather forecast with dave munsey on fox 10 news.
it was just me, but it is not. it is warming up out here. >> it is going to warm up more. we are going to get it close to 100 tomorrow. we are going to get it into the upper nineties. there's a little bit of a possibility that we could hit triple digits. 83 degrees, winds out of the west-southwest at about six miles an hour, a light breeze for we have 78 in apache junction, 75 a at gateway right now, and 77 degrees up in surprise. high pressure really working for us. wedo have some low pressure off to the north of us, a cold front, and some very wet weather to the north of us. believe me, they need this, especially in california, so they are getting a nice little shot there in the northern
buckeye, 96 at sky harbor and 94 today in scottsdale. 71 degrees up at window rock, we had 73 at show low, 68 at flagstaff, and 79 degrees in prescott. some nice looking 90-degree temperatures are going to be warming up a little bit over the next couple of days down on the desert floor. 96 for our high today, 69 for the low, 85 and 61 would be the normal high and low. there's a 98 for you. it's the record today. we here's what we are forecasting, 98 degrees, and you can see those surrounding temperatures, they all are pretty much up there as well, 99s and 97s mixing in with it, 76 forecast at the grand canyon, 80 at prescott, 79 at payson and 99 in casa grande. this is what it looks like across the country. we are looking at some of moisture in the northwest. that front that we showed you moving in, very windy conditions in some areas. we are also seeing some high
this system. a little bit of snow as you get into upstate new york, but it's mostly rain from chicago to cleveland, and of course you know what that involves. 73 degrees overnight. we'll be looking at 98 degrees for tomorrow, but as i said we back off that very rapidly, 93 on friday, 91 by saturday, and 89 on halloween. watch your kids around a chicago cubs fan is headed back to watch his beloved cubs on friday. when phil was 11 years old, his dad took him and his brothes to see the cubs in 1945. this time around, their family pooled together the money to get him to the game. >> of course i would love to see
main ambitions has been fulfilled with the fact to be there again at the same place, 71 years later, watching the world series game for my cubs. it's quite a thrill. >> yeah, phil and his brother will be sitting a few rows from behind home plate. they say it's a much different viewer than the upper deck box seats they had years ago. how about the suns, opening ni
you're watching fox 10 sports with jude lacava. the phoenix suns are undergoing a youth movement would be an understatement. the suns committing to a plan mixed in with some veterans. how would they fare opening night a kings? earl watson and the high five, team chemistry. 16 points, nice drive and bucket, e.b. trying to lead the way. macklemore to stein, sacramento, they have got some talent and maybe one of the better centers in the game in cousins. keep on eye on the transition, booker
realizing the age of the team, certainly the second time let it slide. cousins, easy rebound, 24 points tonight for the kings. sacramento, it will be interesting to see this team. the young guys, ulis, a little bit of a rally here, how about this, to the corner, bender with a three ball tonight. making a little bit of a run, there's enough. suns lose 113-94. watson upset with his second unit. >> in the second quarter, 16-1 run is unacceptable, mixing the young guys in the second half, that looks like that is our second unit, so now our rotation is down. >> arizona cardinals play the panthers, don't forget it's a
this defense, man, think about this the last couple of weeks. i mean, they hold the jets to three points, hold the seahawks to six points, the defense becoming one of the premier defensive units in all of the nfl. they did a number noon seahawks defense sunday night, and tyran mathieu says it's something they want to continue sunday in charlotte. >> for the last a couple of weeks, if the other teams don't score, they don't we have been trying to do our best to keep teams out of the end zone. i mean, we have been doing a pretty good job of it. >> game two, fall classic, downtown cleveland, progressive field, bauer getting the start for cleveland. jake arietta getting the start for the chicago cubs. bryant is going to score easily here, on the board first the cubs 1-0.
activated for the world series, and he has been a force. there's kipnis, swinging, he's out. arietta was fabulous, 5 and 2/3 innings, two hits. rizzo, you're up 2-0, his cleveland team just four hits tonight. jake arietta had a no-hitter going. peres gets this one going, but it stays in the park. no the catcher kipnis needed this hit in the bottom of the sixth to break up the no-hitter. this game belonged to the chicago cubs. they win 5-1, even it up in the series to a game a piece. >> that's why they have seven games. >> exactly. >> thanks a lot. modern family is next.
>> you're watching "the wellness hour," the leader in medical news and information. i'm randy alvarez. today's topic -- replacing missing teeth with dental implants, and according first guest, he says no more dentures, that nobody should be wearing traditional dentures. with us, we have an expert on the topic. we've had him on the program before. he is a board-certified prosthodontist -- dr. daniel galindo. dr. galindo, welcome back to the program. >> randy, it's a pleasure to be here. thanks. >> now, we had you on the program before. what's changed? >> more people seeking treatment with dental implants. they've heard of the benefits that they provide and how it can change their lives.