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test. they started the d.u.i. patrol on friday. since friday, they made over 2,000 stops across the state of arizona, over 2,000 stops, they made 98 misdemeanor d.u.i. arrests. there has been 15 aggravated d.u.i. arrest, those are arrests with a child in the car or something like that. they also arrested five people age of 21. so far, the average blood-alcohol level is .167, which is twice the legal limit. the message from the valley officers is please, don't drink and drive. >> anybody who wants to go out and have a good time does it safely and does not cause any other issues whether it is collisions or hitting pedestrians on the roadway. on halloween, you have a number
and we want to make sure they are safe as well. >> reporter: scottsdale police is just one of the half dozen agencies that are out in full force. this is where you end up if you get pulled over by a scottsdale officer and this is an example of the breath -- breathalyzer tests. one interesting note, last night they made one arrest, a woman here in scottsdale whose blood-alcohol level wasn't -- was .139. she hit a parked car. don't drink and drive, especially when there are families and kids on the streets. i'm nicole garcia, fox 10 news. >> aaa making sure everyone has a safe halloween offering people free rides.
drivers, passenger, and party goers should call 1-800-aaa-help and just say you need a tipsy tow. >> reminding drivers to stay safe saying mummies know best. wrap yourself in a seat belt this is from pass. felt a little bit cooler this morning. >> it was cooler. what will it be like for everyone heading out to trick-or-treat? dave munsey with the not so scary numbers. >> reporter: these newspapers are not as bad as they could have been. we're at 83 degrees. we're right at 80 around the valley. they do get out earlier. let's take a look and see what the night is going to be like
there. we'll take it hour by hour here starting at 6:00, 81 degrees. still scary at 7:00, 79 degrees. we'll see a few clouds. at 8:00 when the bag is full, 77 degrees, time to head home. we'll have more weather coming up. three big visits to arizona this week, beginning with hillary clinton on wednesday. secretary clinton is sched volt wednesday afternoon at the sun devil fitness complex on the campus of a.s.u. doors open at 3:30 on wednesday. the program will start at 6:30 that evening. >> tkraltic vice presidential candidate tim kaine will make an appearance that will be a spanish-speaking rally. locations and times are still become worked out. also on thursday, mitt romney
mccain's re-election campaign. romney will be at sloan park at 6:30:00 p.m. the arizona democratic party taking on the republican party in federal court. >> democrats are claiming that the g.o.p. is trying to intimidate voters. what is this all about? steve krafft is live with the story tonight. steve? >> reporter: well, me show you where the complaint was filed in the striking federal courthouse in downtown phoenix. these lawsuits also filed in the theme, democrats say republicans are trying to tilt the election by intimidating voters but republicans say that the not happening. the complaint filed in federal court accuses the trump campaign and the arizona republican party in con speurrying to threaten and intimidate minorities in voting in the election. the goal, depressed voter
the complaint asks a judge for anyone to harass voters in anyway. the republican party says the complaint is nonsense. >> the relief they request is extreme in terms of, what they would ask the court to do to tell people not to do things in the future that are very likely first amendment protected. >> reporter: this is state democratic party we asked a spokesperson his response to what the republicans had to say and he declined saying the lawsuit speaks for itself. helen purcell says she is confident that elections are conducted fairly in arizona and contrary to what donald trump says in his rallies, there is no rigging going on. >> i don't care what he said. the election is not rigged.
do. >> reporter: this complaint, another indication of the intense atmosphere of the runup to the election on november 8. former maricopa county sheriff deputies have been sentenced on drug and theft charges. scott michael walters pleading guilty. he was arrested back in 2013 as a result of a string of robberies. police found items that were stole than were believed to be from the and evidence of selling drugs. caught on camera, a dramatic police chase in van nice, california. police chasing the driver of a stolen car. the chase winding through streets and parking lots for 45 minutes. the car narrowly missing other cars on the road. the driver makes a bad turn and traps himself in a parking lot
he was swaoezed -- squeezed by one police car and ran into another police cruiser head on. the driver had no intention of giving up. he sat there until police walked up the car, smashed the window, and dragged the young suspect out of the car where he was take into custody. the arizona cardinals, every tight spot they were in, the figured out a way to win. another disappointing loss yesterday, two more players injured. >> all eyes on the next few games to see if they are still within reach of the playoffs. >> reporter: it has one of the signs where it is not working for you. starting left tackle will be lost for the season with a torn tricep injury and that is not all.
three, possibly six weeks with a partial shoulder dislocation. he is one of the better defense player makers in the nfl getting better and better and yesterday, suffering the shoulder dislocation that is a blow to a defense that is thin. we mentioned the other injuries as well and that includes larry fitzgerald who has a low ankle sprain. you can see him painfully getting up here. this was something that occurred bruce arians going through the injury report today and, folks, the bye week, they have the weekend off is coming at the right time. >> there is no doubt. there is nobody on our schedule that we can't beat and there is nobody on the schedule that can't beat us that is the way it always is. right now, putting together the pieces that we have and get game plans for each guy to execute that plan and hopefully prepare
issue, let's look at the schedule for the second half of the season. a ton of road trip, at the minnesota vikings, they are having a good year. at the atlanta falcons, they are having a good year. never easy to go across the country to play the miami dolphins. christmas eve at the seattle seahawks and then wrapping it up with the rams. a challenging second part of the season but as bruce arians say they can win a lot of the games or lose a lot of the games. they are teetering with injuries and the status of players. carson palmer was sacked eight times in yesterday's loss to carolina. we'll look at the lack of protection issues with the offensive line. more cardinals when we return in sports. coming up, two homes in the same valley neighborhood go up in flames and police are calling
responds to the f.b.i.'s decision to reopen the hillary clinton e-mail investigation. the number of people handing out candy tonight may surprise you. paul babeu is abusive. physical and sexual abuse at a boarding school. woman: a school that used to be run by pinal county sheriff paul babeu. disturbing. man: babeu's school was unlicensed, abusive, and dangerous. woman: paul babeu exposed in a damning home video. man: congressional candidate not only ran a boarding school rife with abuse, he supported the abusive practices
costume every friday for the past four months. american airlines took note. they saw it and gave him a special behind the scenes tour because of it. liz kotalik has the story. >> reporter: at just 8 years old. >> let me guess, 737. >> reporter: kevin has a serious hobby. >> so it is 319. >> reporter: planes. all of them. >> engine 19. >> reporter: today. >> never seen one up close before. >> reporter: there is more to learn. >> this is the captain. >> reporter: in his finest pilot gear, this is how he has visited sky harbor every friday for months. him and his mother watching planes fly in and out for hours with american airlines taking notice and taking kevin on a tour. the cockpit, the engine, the place that makes it all work.
what the airplane you were just in. >> can i spin it? >> reporter: american airlines shuttled kevin all over the airport. >> this is the american airlines control tower. >> my goodness. >> reporter: showing him the ins and outs. >> welcome to the tow per. >> thank you. >> reporter: and how everything takes off. >> it reminds me of myself. it is a culture. i want to share something i love with him. >> reporter: that is exactly what today was all about. >> we don't know to thank american airlines. >> we want to present to you a certificate. >> reporter: liz kotalik, fox 10 news. >> reporter: i don't think it gets better atlanta that for a young man. that is a wonderful story. we got pretty good weather for halloween night but what about the day after and the day after and the day after?
vo: 13 year-old sabrina told a school counselor she was raped by her uncle. her counselor called 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, on his personal agenda. arpaio talks tough, but doesn't keep us safe. lisa lundskow: luke air force base is not only vital to our national security -- but also to our local communities and economy. georgia lord: senator john mccain has been a powerful advocate for the base, taking a
bipartisan approach when securing the fighter pilot training program. lisa lundskow: thousands of jobs depend on luke. without john mccain's leadership and experience - we could have lost many of those jobs.
that landed him in custody. the battle over to legalize marijuana recreationally is heating up with a war of words. all new at 6:00. >> reporter: well, a few clouds out there. 83 degrees, a light wind as the kids get started up and down the street doing their trick-or-treating heading off to the school party or church party. 79 in 82 in glendale. 82 degrees in ahwatukee. mesa, it is 83 degrees. you can see here there is a little something coming into the west, just cloud cover filtering in through the southern portion of the southwest and the southern portion of our state as well. a little bit of active weather by san francisco as the low pressure system pushes in and you can see it getting heavy up
been dying down. 26 miles an hour on the wind kpwufts -- gusts in show low. we run through monday, tuesday, wednesday and look what happens into thursday. we see that stuff on the eastern side. we keep it going here. here is late in the day on thursday. the stuff should be out of here by the weekend. 86 degrees was the high today. 83 in 82 out in buckeye. we had 84 in chandler. temperatures all pretty close to the mid 80's that we were expecting. 86 is mentioned in phoenix. 75 up in sedona. 62 in flagstaff. 86 in safford. 90 down in tucson. 81 degrees down in yuma. take a look at what we're forecasting for the lows tonight. the lows are looking pretty good
we get down to the 50's in some areas. things are changing a little bit. 86 on the high. there is your record high at 96. record low at 36. as we look at the forecast highs for tomorrow, we bring it down another notch as we go to 80 degrees. low 80's surrounding that. we will see 50's, 60's, 70's in the mountains. in the deserts, we will stay with the 80's and they will be looking across the country, up to 11 inches of snow in the northwest. we get heavy rain with .75 of an inch in some places and windy conditions across the plains as well. mild to warm weather across the east and here, 60 degrees overnight. we'll be looking at 80 degrees tomorrow. a few clouds hanging out. we stay with the 80's and bring the sunshine back.
80-degree temperatures. watch your kids around water. >> day is delivering, totally delivering. >> did you see this, the azam crew getting into the holiday spirit. they brought in jude to play the skipper. >> a special guest appearance by jude lacava. no one was able to guess gilligan's first name, which was willie. it was never mentioned on the show so you have to go deep to find that piece of trivia. >> how would you know? this is amazing. they nailed it. the professor, mary ann. >> mr. and mrs. howell. >> that is great. coming up, a new way to get
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.
this is kind of a bummer. 10% fewer adults will be handing out halloween candy this year
that is 68% that will be handing out treats instead of 78% like last year. 23% of adults say they will hand out something other than candy that is grounds if arrest big-time egging of your house, by the way. meaning only 45% of people actually hand out real candy. >> i liked it when you go to the dentist's house and they hand out trao*t brush and toothpaste that is something you can use. >> it is but that invites dairy products being hurled at your house. kids spending halloween in the hospital is not missing out
trick-or-treating themselves at phoenix children's hospital and super heros got into the act. >> linda williams has more on what is going on. >> reporter: i love this story, cops, kids, candy, and costume, certainly all of the ingredients for this terrific halloween event at banner thunderbird hospital and these families could use som sometimes when you need a hero, they not only arrive just in time but they come bearing candy, lots of it. the swat team turned what could have been a dreary halloween for some patients into a party. >> it has been a hard month for us. watching her have fun while we're here is important to me. >> reporter: swat officers
pediatric wing and once safely on the ground, it was halloween party time. >> so often when people see swat, it is more in a tactical realm. this is an opportunity. we do a lot of charitable events throughout the year. >> reporter: today's exercise, not too dangerous and very, very sweet. >> this is awesome. the kids love it and i think the police officers like it just as much. >> reporter: the family that came as this is better than focusing on his cancer. >> for us, it is getting to spend time together and see him happy out of the hospital, having fun and he loves it. >> reporter: this event was created by banner's life specialist team whose whole goal to make hospital life less scary
what a great event for everyone who was there. i'm linda williams. happy halloween. >> the child life experts are so great at the hospitals. thank you, linda. we wanted to share the excellent halloween pictures we're getting on our social media picture. this is rosie the riveter. if you see her,iv extra snickers party. that this is us going to a party. this is john in the middle from spinal tap and a lot of our fox 10 friends in there. this is great. a little pirate and dalmation dog and we wanted to share happy halloween from mommy's little devil.
up. what movie? there is no movie there? just dressed up. we have super hero dogs here. happy halloween skateboard halloween and the joker. my little harley quinn. i love it when the adults get in the action. share your pictures, maybe you will end up on the air. use the hash tag halloween and fox 10 phoenix. >> dairy was trapped between j.r. euwing and alexis carrington. >> i was going to do slash but it was an 1980's party. >> we haven't gotten through halloween and butterball opened the turkey hotline. they have been running it for more than 30 years. you can text your questions. the regular phone line starts tomorrow.
to cook a turkey tomorrow. >> if you ask the questions tomorrow, you will have a pretty good turkey by thanksgiving. >> yeah, you can begin the texting on november 17. again, they will answer. the most asked question has been the same for years, how long does it take to thaw a turkey and the answer is give it 30 minutes per pound. >> not 30 minutes. >> no, then you have to throw it in the microwave. a girl busts out her dad's how much money she full -- pulled in doing this. suspicious fries over the weekend. later, adele opens up about the trouble in her life and the