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we did not get it done. we did not block well enough in the fourth quarter to protect our quarterback. we didn't run good enough routes open for our quarterback. we gave up a field goal drive that was bug. >> we felt like we had a chance to win it and we didn't. your on the road in a tough environment and we needed it and we didn't get like i said, you take this day and you look at the mistakes, mental errors, bad play, whatever it is, you look at what hand and improve on it. >> reporter: you're angry an you want an explanation and you want sports night to be worth your time. you're going to get a candid explanation from max starks on
a very insightful review of what went on. stick around, we'll see you seen 30 minutes. thank you for joining us for fox 10 news at 10:00 and you can see the clouds and rain hanging over the valley throughout parts of the state today. >> this just may be the beginning of a wet weather week. and while most of the rain seemed to stay on the west side of the valley today, we could all be in for a soggy few days, right? >> we're dealing with the rain. at least one thing, we had the warm temperatures yesterday. starting to cool down a little bit. at least we are going to be comfortable while we deal with rain for the next day or two. as you look at the rain pushing through the valley, is it going to come to an end? kristy siefkin is here with more on that. she has been tracking it all day long. >> reporter: we're going to
and well see a chance for rain tomorrow as well. we're looking at it on the sat rad. those conditions will be consistent through the late evening hours. cooler temperatures as well as a cold front moves through. let's zoom you in and show you what we're looking at. the valley relative dry right now. we did have reports in north phoenix of a bit of rain. along the border of the 101 through glendale and surprise. light activity through the 10 as well. avondale out to buckeye. in northern arizona, seeing more activity east of i-17 seeing moderate showers and heavy pockets up to camp verde. we're looking at pockets of heavy rain and snow part of the picture as well. as we head into flagstaff, take a look at this into snowbowl, yep, that is a fresh dusting of
through parts of northern arizona and along the rim into the white mountains and we'll talk about the timing of that and snowfall and rainfall totals later into the show. phoenix police searching for man behind a deadly shooting. police was shot a number of times following an marcy jones is live at the scene and has the latest. marcy? >> reporter: blue lights shine around the next of hundreds at the indian steel park. >> it is the light of their spirit. >> reporter: spirits of loved ones honored as the community is brought together for remembrance. they are strangers but they share one thing.
who thing i have gone through. >> they were in an accident with a motorcycle and four of them passed away. >> really miss him. >> my mother showed me un. conditional love all of her life. >> reporter: tonight's event put on by hospice of the valley paying tribute to those who lost their life, strangers finding >> it was good to see the other people and how they are lifting their hearts to god. >> reporter: connected by loss and lifted by spreading comfort. >> i feel connected again. >> life is a beautiful thing. we're all here for a special reason. we're all connected through body and soul. >> with the holidays coming on,
back to that new ace letter letter -- news alert. phoenix police looking for a man behind a deadly shooting. >> a 35-year-old man rushed to the hospital after he was shot following an argument. marcy jones is live. >> reporter: that's right, guys. we are about here. a mobile command unit is still out and we have a large police presence. they are gattering all of the information they need. at 5:15 this afternoon, phoenix police responded to a call of someone with a gunshot wound at 16 east cambridge. now, they say when they arrived here, officers discovered a male victim with gunshot wounds.
hospital where he succumbed to his injuries shortly after. up to six or seven people were fighting when the shots broke out. neighbors told me there were shell casings everywhere. the suspect fled the scene and has not been located. it is early in the investigation even though it has been going on for several hours. if you have any information about what happened earlier, you're asked to call police or silent witness. marcy jones, fox 10 marcy, thank you very much. a woman rescued from mcdonald mountain earlier today and fire crews were called out to 44th street and lincoln drive. a woman hiking the mountain injured her knee and had to call for help. she could not put any pressure on one of her legs. she is stabilize and they had to use what is called a big wheel to bring her down safely.
bars after he threatened to set gas pumps on fire. he was arrested at san tan circle k. the sheriff's office say that he told deputies he lit several homes in the bay area on fire and fire was "therapeutic." investigators are seeing if he may be linked t the area. yoga day was held to help support the 7-year-old boy you see here. hollis dougherty has a tomb are on his brain stem. the family suicide they appreciate all of those who came out today despite the rainy weather today.
themselves and they come out on a semi rainy day. >> reporter: you feel good being healthy? >> yeah, i feel real good. >> reporter: what do you have to say to all of the people who came out to support you? >> just thank you. >> check out the conversation on the web, fox10phoenix.com. the event cost a minimum of $20 donation in order to enter. president-elect donald trump continued holding meetings as he works to complete a national security team. he met with rudy giuliani and secretary of state today. mitt romney is being considered to be a key contender for secretary of state. retired marine corp. james mattis may be picked to be defense secretary. president obama reassured would leaders that existing relationships will continue ?despite change in leadership.
president-elect won't pursue some of the positions that he has taken but what i can guarantee is reality will force him to adjust. >> former texas governor rick perry, you see there, set to meet with trump tomorrow. meanwhile, trump has taken to twitter again this time demanding that "hamilton" apologize to his vice presidential pick mike pence. the vice president elect tried to down play what happened at the musical. >> i know this is a disappointing time for people that did not see their candidate win in this national election. i know this is an anxious time for some people.
that what president-elect donald trump said on election night he men from the bottom of his heart. he is preparing to be the president of all of the people of the united states of america. >> trump called the statement at the end of the musical harassment and he called the cast rude. brandon dixon who delivered the statement responded by thanking mike pence for stopping to listen. >> reporter: that chance of rain tomorrow. we'll tell you how late and how much rain you can expect to see
i think we have rid ourselves of the graphic monster. we are gown to do the -- going to do the weather. >> reporter: showing cooler temperatures. i think you will like what you see, particularly if you're waiting if cooler temperatures because we are finally seeing them. we have a storm system moving into arizona overnight and what that means for us is not only a chance for rain and snow but also temperatures seasonable, if not below it. sky harbor, 62 degrees. if your curious how hutch rain we rain -- how much we have seen, wickenburg reporting .9 of an inch. .6 of an inch for buckeye. tonopah, .4. one location in north phoenix,
concentrated in the west valley but that does not mean that is where we'll see the rein tonight into tomorrow. a steady plume of moisture moving over the border into arizona. as this cold front advances, we will see cooler temperatures on the backside of that system. statewide, we're looking at numbers from low 40's. 66 for lake havasu. 63 for douglas. temperature comparison yesterday to today, warmer in northeastern arizona. we are cooler through the deserts. across the valley tonight, those temperatures dropping down to 62 in florence and maricopa. in the 50's for surprise. mid 60's, wickenburg. mid 60's for fountain hills and apache junction. today, we came in a degree above the seasonable norm. hitting 89 degrees in 2006. those of you preparing for
for holiday, good news it is not. we will see high clouds but mostly sunny skies. we'll drop down to the low 70's. beautiful conditions before we see another stretch of nice weather afterward. middle of the country, relative quiet. intermountain west into colorado, we'll see more snow. denver seeing snowfall today. the bigger weather maker here, this circulation is where we're higher elevations of new england. we're talking one to two feet of snow as the system pushes offshore by the end of tuesday. we'll see temperatures from 62 ?in lake havasu. 54 in safford. mid 40's for sedona. tomorrow, you will notice our map blue and green that is good news. we're not seeing the orange and the reds that indicate those numbers. only 50 for sedona.
yuma, one of the warmer spots only making it to 74 there. right here in the valley, a chance for rain into the early morning hours. the cold front is supposed to move through arizona around 8:00 in the morning and as we get into the afternoon, we're only expected to warm up into the upper 60's. a chance for rain continuing into the afternoon. we may see some into the higher elevations. we clear out nicely for your tuesday. we start to warm up and we continue with the as we make our way into black friday. >> let's talk ironman, shall we? not the character but the real deal. these people are amazing athletes. we spoke to one runner who had an unusual inspiration for doing
st. mary's food bank says st. mary's food bank says 2,200 turkeys were donated during their 10th super saturday turkey drive this weekend. that was just yesterday. >> they need some more. 1,600 turkeys short of its goal for the year. they will be accepting donations of turkeys, food and cash monday, tuesday, and wednesday. 8:00 a.m. from 4:00 p.m. and food box distributions will begin tomorrow. greater hope christian
big way this holiday season. >> volunteers were out here handing out free turkeys to those in need. they gave out clothing, high gene products and all of it free of charge. >> many are without and we just want to be a ray of hope in a dim, dark world sometimes it is be dark. seeing the individ brings joy to all of our hearts. >> this is the third year the church has done the turkey giveaway. and can't forget about the dogs at the arizona humane shelter. they will get a special treat as well. volunteers spent the day at mow
a hollow center. you can stuff all kinds of goodies inside, dog goodies and let them have at it. >> volunteers say this helps keep the dogs mimeds off of the stressful environment in the shelter >> enrichment is key to the dogs. this is a stressful plus. not only are we giving them a thanksgiving meal, it is going to provide mental stimulation. >> 800 dogs will receive those coming up on wednesday. the ironman triathlon started very early this morning. this is tempe beach park and while many have finished already, some are working to finish the race as we speak. >> a grilling sporting event to compete in. the run across the valley made things interesting for the
registered for the as. consists of this. 112 mule bike ride, 2.4-mile swim, 26.2 marathon run. that's fine. one man says he took his inspiration to get this from the nfl. >> a long time ago, i saw an offensive lineman from the patriots finished the race. i figure could do it. i learned how to swim and i became an ironman. >> ironman had a purse of $100,00 in prize money to be divided up and given to the top finishers. after the break, we will have one last look at your forecast and see when the rain is going to go away. you have to stick around for sports night after that brutal
>> reporter: keep the umbrella handy tonight into tomorrow, a chance for showers. we start to clear up and dry out into the 70's for your thanksgiving. >> it sounds perfect for me. >> nice and comfortable. >> reporter: we do what we can. welcome to the valley. >> here is my sports night. >> speaking of turkeys -- >> oh, no, linda. >> reporter: wait a minute. >> reporter: he is our turkey and we love him. >> reporter: i think just about everybody, matt, linda, kristy, all or nothing was the season, right? everyone was going in seeing this is going to be the year. so what happened? nfl analyst max starks is going
( crowd gasping ) narrator: this is why i don't have a nice car. this is "whacked out sports." this one gets a little rough. i'd say "don't try this at home," one of you has a 500-foot cliff in your house. and no base-jumping off the bunk beds, either. - you guys ready? - let's do it. man: let's do it. ready, set, let's go. narrator: so far so good, but something seems amiss. keep your eye on the lead guy with the red and yellow chute. - agh! - narrator: oh! did you see that? might not have looked like much from this distance, but let's push in.