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it is down to the finish line in the race for the white house as america decides if hillary clinton or donald trump will be our next president. election day is tomorrow. both campaigns making a final push to get your vote. nationwide, 45 million people have cast their ballots with a rising turnout from latino voters. in maricopa county, more than a million ballots have been turned in. more other party voters have cast their ball -- ballots. >> reporter: there are 724 polling places in maricopa county in tomorrow's election. the polls open at 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. there might be lines at times so bring your patience with you. if you plan to vote in person,
it will have the address of your local polling place. if you don't have that sample ballot, no problem. check out maricopa.vote for your polling place. it will tell you. how do you prove you are you, bring a photo it d. like a driver's license. if you don't have a photo i.d., bring two other pieces of identification like a utility voter identification card. two pieces of i.d., if you don't have a photo i.d. what if you filled out an early voting ballot and you want to drop it off? any polling place. >> do i have to go to my own polling place, no. you are passing a polling place, drop it off. you do not have to go to your own polling place to drop off
polls open at 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. the easiest times to vote are midmorning and mid afternoon. you miss rush hour. if you're in the line at 7:00 p.m. tomorrow night, don't worry, you will be able to vote. reporting live, steve krafft, fox 10 news. actresses america ferrera and amber tamblyn were in the valley urging people they spoke at various locations, including a.s.u. and phoenix college. they are saying it is not just about donald trump and hillary clinton for president but the state races as well. as the campaign for president comes down to the wire, the fox news decision team says hillary clinton is edging up with a clear electoral vote advantage. it projects clinton will get 274
donald's 215. it does say 49 are a tossup. fox news it says arizona, iowa, and utah are shifting to lean republican. trump has a small advantage in our state right now. l.a. times expects arizona to go blue with a high latino voter turnout. clinton is appearing at a rally in philadelphia with bruce springsteen and john bonn bon jovi performing. we have more from the campaign trail. >> reporter: just a day remains before the whirlwind presidential campaign comes to a close and the candidates are hitting the trail with force. it is a battle ground blitz. donald trump being his day in the southeast stopping in north carolina and florida taking aim at his opponent.
hillary clinton should not even be allowed to run for the presidency of the united states. >> reporter: the republican nominee also in pennsylvania today and later, he'll join mike pence for events in new hampshire and michigan. >> let me make you a promise, when donald trump becomes the president of the united states, we won't be paying ransom to terrorists. hillary clinton started that disaster owls agreement in iran. >> reporter: when trust, trump bests clinton leading clinton by four points among likly voters. clinton significantly outperforms him on having the right temperament to serve as president. clinton polled 60%, trump 37%. >> it is up to the american people to deliver justice at the ballot box tomorrow. >> reporter: by the end of the day, trump would have held five
hours. >> some of the most closely watched races in arizona include the maricopa county sheriff's race. sheriff joe arpaio is facing democratic paul penzone who is a former police sergeant. voters will decide the fate of prop 205 that is the campaign to regulate marijuana like alcohol. arizonans could possess up to an ounce of pot and grow up plants. john mccain is facing ann kirkpatrick in the race for senate. those candidates are making the rounds across the state in the last minute efforts to gain support. stay with fox 10 for complete coverage on air and online. join us tomorrow night at 5:00 as the news team will bring you live reports before and after the polls close at 7:00. flags are lowered to half staff in honor of a tucson
30-year-old staff sergeant ken mcenroe died last week after their convoy came under fire. they were in a group of military trainers. mcenroe was a decorated serviceman. his mother said he decided to join the army while attending college in colorado. a sex offender who was on probation grabbed two women in downtown phoenix. halloween james wofford grabbed two victims. the first victim slapped his hand away but police say the second victim got away. >> i'm going to stay off of my phone more and be aware of my
sreud on facebook. >> he told police he approached women and asks for sex all of the time but didn't know touching them was assault. he is being charged with sexual abuse and attempted sexual assault. a phoenix man is charged with manslaughter after he tried to stage her suicide after her death. on saturday, curtis crawford got into an argument with his girlfriend. court paperwork shows told officers he accidently shot her and was scared to tell the truth. he is being held on $750,000 bond. investigators are searching for a driver after a deadly hit-and-run crash in mesa. this is near us-60 and alma school. a man in his 60's was on a motorcycle when he collided with
vehicle carrying a trailer. the second vehicle has not been found. the westbound lanes were shut down but they are back open tonight. a car collides with a police s.u.v. in a phoenix intersection. it happened at 27th avenue and camelbak. the case turned into a case of he said she said. it is starting to look like crews are busy installing the ice skating rink at cityscape. we'll tell you how to make the ice stay frozen. plus, liz kotalik talks about an educational program that is being offered at children's phoenix hospital. >> reporter: it may look like christmas downtown but it doesn't feel like that. we'll take a look. if you would like to contact
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an "american original." an american original that is what president obama is calling the late janet reno. she was the first woman to serve as the attorney general of the united states. she died at the age of 78 from complications of parkinson's disease, which she has for more than 20 years. she served as president bill clinton's attorney general. she died in her home in the florida everyglades surrounded by family and friends. a valley vista woman is arrested accused of assaulting an officer. deputies responded to the home and a relative of hers thought she was on drugs. she was found lying on the floor but refused medical attention.
and a struggle ensued. she was booked into jail. there was a lot of smoke this morning in downtown phoenix. it was a truck hauling recycling paper that ended up catching fire. this fire was at first avenue and adams. firefighters were able to put the fire out before it spread to anything else. >> flood the city ice skate rink you probably wonder how the ice stays frozen in our weather? we stopped by between jefferson and washington on central. crews get what they call a chiller unit and run a feeder and a trench and the ice goes on top freezing the water. the tree-lighting ceremony is set for november 26 and the rink will stay open until the first week of january.
this morning at phoenix children's hospital celebrating new programming that only patients will see on their tv's. liz cotted lick explains. reporter: for many parents at phoenix children's hospital, their life becomes their fight. >> it takes you a toll to be here for a long time. >> reporter: it is his seventh week at p.c.h. after getting word he was diagnosed with an immune know deficiency disease. room. it is horrible. >> reporter: now, good news. >> i like animals. >> reporter: a new 24-hour commercial-free channel about animals has made its way to the hospital. >> animals always cheer up kheurpbl. >> reporter: that seems to be the case as they celebrate with friends from the phoenix zoo. >> we have a phenomenal relationship with the phoenix zoo for over 50 years and we
a wonderful program and they contacted phoenix children's hospital and we are here today. >> reporter: it can be seen in 80 facilities across 26 states and now it is phoenix's turn. >> we try to do anything we can to bring smiles and some of the kids are here a long time. this is phenomenal. >> reporter: kids who are hoping to go home in the next few weeks but for now, they a new, fun way to pass the time. >> the san diego zoo began filming the animals last week. the kids at p.c.h. will be able to see the local programming in a few weeks. be sure to follow us on instagram. if you have great photos to share, use the hash tag fox 10
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what i have right off of the top, we are going to look at the city and current temperature. i have tomorrow's temperature for phoenix and tomorrow's temperatures around the country as far as voting is concerned. they are all good. normally, you have bad weath this year. everywhere is around is able to accept a lot of people for voting. the city looking good even though there is a little dirt out there with the air quality. 66 degrees by tomorrow morning. if your voting early that is not a bad temperature. you see 88 later in the afternoon. bring water with you. i always suggest bring an
are. now, as you look across the country here, the west coast looking pretty good. might see a little rain across texas and down into the gulf states a little bit. 60's in dakotas. 58 in minneapolis. 70 in charlotte. 66 in new york city. no reason not to get out if you haven't gotten out already. 78 degrees in surprise right now. 77 in fountain hills. not much going on. you see a little bit of cloud cover, just haze here and there. we go to the highs on the day today. 86 at sky harbor. 84 at cave creek or deer valley that is. 85 in scottsdale. buckeye, 84 degrees. take a look at the mountain temperatures. 75 in sedona. 61 in flagstaff. 65 degrees at the grand canyon.
tucson. overnight, 70's we'll dwindle off rapidly and by tomorrow morning, we'll get into the mid 60's around 66 degrees. warmer than last night or early this morning. 60 in ahwatukee. 65 in scottsdale. you see car spopbldzing numbers around the valley. it was 61 early this morning. 86 this afternoon. 79, 56, normal high and 92, record high. 34 on the record low. we get into the upper 80's tomorrow again. 88, 89 degrees around the valley. we a few people picking up those temps. looking across the country, here is some of that moisture we were talking about in the midsection of the country. overnight, we mentioned 66 degrees. 88 tomorrow and you can see a
leagues. his dream was to manage in the majors. tori lovullo got his wish and how do you turn around a team that hroflt -- lost 93 times? he says it was his dream. he liked liked the talent on thm and he liked sparky anderson who he played for in detroit and other managers along the way that he learned learned from, l cleveland's teri francona. he was john ferrell's bench coach for the red sox. he has high expectations. listen to what he says for this organization. he says, look, this could be a special year. this is
something special. as i told one player on the phone, i want to be able to have us alltel a great story at the end of the 2017 season. >> reporter: see how it plays out. we'll talk about this on sports night after dark coming up at 6:35. manny wilkins back at practice. the sun devils will play this saturday night. they had impressive wins, that win over cal. wilkins a key part for todd graham's offense, no question about that. it looks like if everything goes well, wilkins will be ready to go thursday night when a.s.u. hosts utah. >> it is great to have him back and having him. it is obviously been tough. dylan has done a good job and
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