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stories, some november rain and dust hitting parts of the valley. i thought i woke up and was in chicago today. >> was really weird. >> maybe a weird dream. these pictures pictures from skyfox about an hour ago. >> this was blowing dust, a warning about blowing dust until 4:00. plains were being -- planes were being careful flying in and out of the airport. >> and then there was rain and cooler air behind it dave munsey is keeping an eye on everything out there dave, this is a crazy storm. >> is that very unusual storm. i'm kind of racking my brain here trying to remember when we had a big dust storm in november. and i'm drawing a blank. i have done that before when i racked my brain. that's not a big deal. this is a little bit unusual to see all of this. and that's where we had a tornado warning right in between winslow andhallbreak -- hallbrook and we were looking at rough weather around the state
pretty heavy. some good wind behind it. earlier the dust really reduced the visibilities and gave everybody quite a time coming down the road and seeing where they came through the city. look at that moisture and look at these amounts. see down by maricopa, almost two inches. a little bit to the west of maricopa an inch and a half and then you see by sun lakes almost two inches in that area as well. we take a look at this stuff from the southeast coming up and once again look at coolidge, two inches there. a half an inch by sackten and up by maricopa we see that 1.9 once again. by eloy 1.3. we will have more for you coming up in the next hour of this newscast. >> dave has been busy. next week voters will decide on proposition 206, whether to increase the minimum wage in arizona to $12 an hour. many employees are looking for a
mean for the future of their organizations and their businesses. fox 10's nicole garcia is looking into it and joins us live. there are two sides to this county. >> there definitely is. a valley non-profit that serves developmentally disabled adults and family are bracing for a consequences of minimum wage hike. he is not for or against proposition 206, but the higher cost of labor would mean fewer dollars for the disabd they serve and less government aid increases their future could be in jeopardy. >> trevor barton has cerebral palsy. he and his father rely on mark community resource centers for support. christopher jones is one employee that works directly with developmentally disabled clients every day. both trevor and christopher would be directly affected by an increase in arizona's minimum
just don't do it. it don't do it any more. everything is going up. except the minimum wage. >> while workers like christopher would get a pay boost if prop 206 passes, clients like trevor could see a reduction in programs and services. that's because this organization relies on government funding. >> we calculate for our organization alone it will be about $800,000 per year and this would start january 1. we were concerned about waiting for >> if arizona lawmakers don't include a boost for education and social services in the upcoming state budget, the state's most vulnerable citizens could suffer. >> to make a non-profit like the mark center suffer the consequences of that without making a adjustment, i think it's terrible. >> the ceo urging lawmakers to develop a contingency plan if the coming weeks.
emergency session before december 31. california did. utah did. i would certainly urge the governor's office to at least consider that. >> we did reach out to the governor's office about the issue but we did not receive a response. if proposition 206 does pass, minimum wage would go up to $10 an hour starting january 1. that's next year. and then up to $12 an hour in 2020. reporting live, nicole garcia, "fox 10 news." thank five days until the presidential election and -- >> you reminded me of that a couple of times today. >> i love that. >> keep reminding you. and everybody else out there. five days and you can vote unless you are voting early. and when we look at the presidential election, a new poll showing things continue to get tighter. i don't know how much tighter it can get a new times poll show hillary clinton leading donald trump 45 to 42%. most of the people surveyed say
revelations about candidates made no significant difference. >> as for donald trump, he spent the day back in florida. is that a critical battle ground tuesday night. it's a state he desperately needs to win to win the election. trump speaking at an event in jacksonville reminding people that every vote counts. >> we are on the cusp of something that's so amazing, its historic change. a transfer of power from a failed political establishment. we will return tha the american people. >> how many days until election day? >> five days. >> just checking. see if you remembered. hillary clinton also in the south stopping off in north carolina. she can't afford to lose any of these states either. she talked about how she hopes to make history next week just like the cubs made history last night. >> i was in arizona last night. the last time the cubs won, women couldn't vote. i think women are making up for
>> recent polls show hillary clinton with a slight lead in north carolina. >> for years a valley non-profit has trained hundreds of service dogs for veterans with ptsd. and they have done it without a facility that they could call their own. today that is all changing. liz kotalik has the story. >> the bond between a veteran and the furry friends beside them can be special. life changing or as john burnham puts it. >> anywhere from tear literally taking your breath away. >> that's why five and a half years ago john was inspired to begin soldiers best friend. as a veterinarian and the non-profit president, he has seen how the service dog can help in the battle against ptsd. >> we hear from veterans directly. we hear from spouses and significant others. we hear from moms and dads. the changes that they have seen. in themselves or their loved ones and how they started to
>> the organization spends six to nine months training the dogs to perform tasks like fetching medication or staying by a veteran's side. until today, all of that training has been in shared spaces around the valley. now thanks to grants and donations, soldiers best friend has a new facility to call its own. >> it's going to give us a focal point. an area we can come together as an organization and as a community. >> more flexibility, longer hours, a bigger space. two reached out for help. >> we have a tremendous need throughout arizona and the country to assist our veterans. >> and what better way than giving them the gift of a loyal companion. liz kotalik, "fox 10 news." in order to be part of the program, each dog and veteran must be carefully vetted. if you are interested in learning more, head to our website, fox10phoenix.com. well, not good news for crfs drugstores -- cvs drug.
including arizona. letting go of approximately 600 workers. 50 employees in arizona are expected to lose their jobs as well. layoffs are also slated to happen in illinois and rhode island. and many of the workers who are getting fired, they will have the chance to apply for other jobs at cvs health. there is a guy who is suing popeye's chicken restaurant. it's a fast food place after he claims he choked on a huge piece of chi >> choking on it -- >> don't you want the huge piece of chicken? >> let's give you more detail. you might feel that way. slow down. slow down while you are eating. the man got the order of chickinant drive through at a mississippi restaurant. he says that he had to eat the chicken with his hands because a knife was not included in his drive through order so he couldn't cut up the chicken into smaller pieces. a piece of that chicken got caught in his throat and he needed emergency surgery because
financial compensation for pain and suffering and all of his medical expenses. he needs to slow down number one. just slow down the eating and then number two you can sue for anything. we know that. a new survey ranks nation's best and worst airports and sky harbor comes out on top. the study looked at 30 of the busiest airports and used data from sources like the faa and airport websites. the biggest factor in the ranking was how easily the airport can get you air and on time to your destination. the second biggest factor accessibility. how quickly can you get to it from downtown and also what kind of amenities does the airport offer like free wi-fi, number of available lounges. the worst airports no surprise here, laguardia, newark and jfk. they had the highest number of delays, parking was expensive. and just getting around was a hassle. sky harbor really isn't just a
airport one of the best in the entire country. >> phoenix scored number one in distance to the downtown city center. just three miles from downtown phoenix. on a bad day you can land at phoenix sky harbor airport and be downtown in no time. >> takes too long to get the bag? >> my only complaint about sky harbor is that when you get off the flight you want to get home and it takes forever to get the bag. >> sometimes, you are right. sky harbor also sco with fewest flight delays and cancellations. a lot has to do with the weather here. we deal with great weather most of the time. and really points out that the airport's free woi is a selling point as well. coming up, a man ends up in the hospital. why doctors are blaming the problem on energy drinks. >> and the dream comes true for a young valley boy. the surprise he got at school.
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can tell them to go f--- themselves! blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? we will take yo to priest and baseline. look at scoon. you go look at the water. that's the canal and there is a
apparently a car from what we are understanding went into the canal. we don't know if the weather played into this and caused the situation. we are told everybody made it out safely. as you can see -- i don't know if you see anything there different than i do. it looks like good police presence. >> tough to make out. i mean, obviously on a night like this, driving is treacherous. we are getting a better look. you can see the top of the car in that canal. so the car went in rightside up it would >> this is outside of the arizona mills mall. and everybody did make it out. you can see perfectly that white car. it looks like a sedan just sitting down there in the canal. what a frightening -- >> those canals are not that deep. you will see usually maybe six, six feet, six, eight feet and sometimes even not even that deep. we will keep an eye on this we think everybody is okay, you can see -- now we see that's where
like this it's a guess but probably a good one and went right through that fence and into the canal. we will keep an eye on it. as we learn more we will let you know. today an 11-year-old mesa boy, a little cutie, mesa elementary school boy got the surprise of his dreams. elijah has an incurrable disease so make a wish arizona worked with his school and his family to grant him a very special wish. >> just a good kid, man. all around and i has their good kids but he is. he is always looking out for everybody else. >> i heard his make a wish was a dish washer for me. deep down we -- thankfully he got the "star wars" disney crew. >> a "star wars" disney cruise presented to elijah by darth vader himself. >> i saw the "star wars" and then -- >> he always wanted to come on a he wanted to come before he knew
>> when elijah was two he had muscle weakness. doctors thought it was growing pains. >> his teacher here at the school were more concerned. he is falling out of his chair and tripping. >> elijah had duishness muscular dystrophy. >> it was a shock. through him we are strong. >> elijah's teachers and classmate atsz burke basic school in mesa got together with make a wish arizona to give him the trip of a >> elijah is one of 380 wishes we will do this year. it's always special. each wish is very personalized and customized for the child and we are excited he will be able to enjoy it. he will see the "star wars" characters and he will be able to enjoy the special disney stuff that they do on the cruise ships. very kid friendly. >> i think just having the family here supporting him. he is such a selfless kid and he was excited and it was just
>> thank you. in the health watch, a florida man might want to think twice before having another energy drink. he had four or five of them a day. that's what he was doing. and then got sick to his stomach. started to turn yellow. the man ended up in the hospital. a biopsy confirm head had acute hepatitis believed to have been brought on by the high intake of niacin found in his energy drink of choice, the man has recovered but doctors told him, no more of just drink water. >> does anybody do anything in moderation? >> no. >> four or five? >> you can't climb camelback mountain any more you have to run it. >> i know. you can't take a jog. you have to do a marathon. >> coming up, the milestone just set by facebook. imagine waiting 108 years to finally throw this party. the celebration is on and there is no plans for the party to stop any time soon. you will hear from cubs manager
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 and even bragged about them. paul babeu is unfit to represent us. pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. in tonight's business in tonight's fox business watch for the first time last quarter facebook tops a billion mobile only monthly active users. just using the mobile phone. not a laptop or a computer. it's eight times higher than the people who only use facebook on
let's talk about uber. they are unveiling a redesigned app. one of the biggest changes in this app is the additin of the up front pricing. the new feature could eliminate price shock and begin steering more riders toward the carpool option, uber pool. >> on wall street the stocks ending in negative territory. dow jones 28 points and the nasdaq tumbling 47 points and that's tonight's fox business watch. well, two names left standing for the d-backs managerial search. phil nevin and troy lavello. if you are the new gm you want tory because you work him in boston. if you still have a vote with the organization for the d-backs, you want phil nevin. we will see who wins out here.
new manager. >> everyone wants to speculate. i think the front office and ownership whoever is making those decisions they are spending all of their time to make the best coaching decision and manager decision possible. let them do it and have full confidence in the decision they make. as a player you don't really know what's going to happen but that's part of it our job as the player is to go out there and play. >> paul, maybe we will come up with the charity event, goldy's bowlin coming up this coming thursday november 10. celebrities helping kids with blood cancers at phoenix children's hospital. we are still buzzing and talking about what happened last night in cleveland. the fem dramatic game -- phenomenal drathe amic -- dramatic game seven. and then ben zobrist with the big hit-to-drive in -- to drive in the lead run here. what a finish joe maddon kind of
great guy and coming in at the right time to push the right buttons to give the cubs their world series championship. we will talk more about joe maddon and when we come back at 6:00. special notes today from david
johnson. we will get into that story when we return at 6:00. all right, thank you. coming up, the son of a well-known actor is sick and
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horrors as headmaster of a school for at-risk youth. students were denied basic human rights and were subject to sexual abuse. arizona deserves better. arizona's largest newspapers endorse tom o'halleran for congress. "the republic" says, "elect tom o'halleran. his words match his work." and "the daily star" said,
>> that's from "ferris bueller's day off." ben affleck's son enjoys a play date with prince george. he took his son to play at a center in london and prince george was there. that's kinda cool. the actor noticed there heavy security and when he saw his son hanging out with the future king of england. >> this was an accidental play date? >> i guess so. >> they happened to run into ben alec. this wasn't planned? >> -- affleck. george was sick and gave affleck's son a cold. >> i was going to say you get a cold from the future king, thank him? i don't know.
a fox 10 news alert out and that "fox 10 news" alert out of tempe where a car has ended up in a canal. here is a live look from an adot camera along us-60 near priest and base line near the arizona mills mall. there is another look tonight from skyfox over the scene. no word yet if weather may have caused that driver to end up in the water. we can tell you that tempe fire was able to get the driver out of the canal. we are not sure if that person suffered any injuries but a
crews breaking out the windows of the car to make sure nobody else was inside we will keep on top of this story bringing updates as they become available. we know officers are investiating and again we will check back out there as we get more details. wild weather across arizona today. parts of maricopa and pinal county hit by a giant wall of dust followed by rain and we had a thunder storm warning for a little while up in the north part of the state. and this comes a little more than a month after monsoon ended. no dust storms are not common after the summer months, they can happen any time of the year. here is a look at the blowing dust as it approached camelback mountain. the national weather service says a storm formed and the dust picked up in the casa grande and headed up near the i-10 and i-8 junction and moved into the southeast part of the valley. fox 10's kristy siefkin tweeted this image saying huge wall of dust moving up i-10