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we begin with a fox 10 news alert tonight. we begin with a fox 10 we begin with a fox 10 news alert tonight. phoenix police investigating a report of a stolen truck with a baby inside. all of it happened at a home near 69th avenue and highland. >> the baby was moments ago and police telling us the suspects dropped the baby off outside of a home a few blocks away but then they took off in the stolen truck. >> again, the child is safe and back in the arms of its mother. we spoke to her after the baby was found. she says it all happened so fast they didn't have time to react. >> reporter: it happened in a split second. we came home, brought in the
screaming that our truck was being driven away. we went chasing after it but couldn't catch up to it so we called police. >> the family is pretty shaken up by the entire thing. police are looking for the suspects and the stolen struck. we're keeping a close eye on the story and will bring you updates. a 1-year-old boy killed after being hit by a car in a phoenix mobile home park. >> police telling us it appears the driveway when it was hit. it is so tragic, matt. >> reporter: it is heartbreaking, john and kari. it started in the 2100 block of west broadway and the parents tried to take the little boy to the hospital on their own. they got as far as here, this gas station at seventh avenue and broadway. police are still here investigating and making sure
gathering evidence. the parents are grieving tonight and their neighborhood is in shock. >> little kids are crying because they saw what happened. >> very, very, very tragic. >> reporter: a heartbreaking scene in the 2100 block of west broadway road after a 1-year-old boy was killed. police say he was struck by a neighbor who was backing out of his driveway. >> me and my sister heard screaming and she thought they were playing and i was like that scream playing around. >> reporter: parents tried to rush the boy to the hospital on their own forcing authorities to stop the family's vehicle near seventh and broadway. it may have cost them precious minutes in trying to save his life. >> probably related to a lot of panic going on. seeing your child in a critical state and they didn't know what to do at that point. >> reporter: two families joined together in one tragic
>> it was an accident and to have that in your head that you ran over a little boy and now we found out it was fatal, the boy passed away is even harder on him. >> the image is stuck in my head of the little boy, how he was, that is really stuck in my head. i'm just shaking. >> reporter: now, police say the driver has been cooperating and they don't believe impairment was a factor. the time but there is a lack of clarity as to whether they were inside the home or outside of the home. they say adults were in the vicinity. there is confusion about how the 1-year-old boy got behind the truck in the fist place. we're reporting live from seventh avenue and broadway. matt rodewall, fox 10 news. snow and ice causing schools in flagstaff to close for the day. city workers went in late
across the state tonight. it is feeling wintry out there. >> freeze warnings are in affect for parts of the state and it is getting cold in the valley as well. >> dave munsey is joining with us a look at how cold it will get. >> reporter: you can see the high pressure winding here bringing that cold air down into the state. with that, we get the freeze warning, this one until 10:00 a.m. wednesday morning. another one until 9:00 a.m. we freeze warning down here. that is different that is a hard freeze warning meaning we're going to get four hours of freezing in some of the areas below 32 degrees. the freeze is on in those areas. also, we thought we would get a look at how much we had on the three-day snow. snowbowl, 10 inches new. 8.5 inches new at forest lakes and a little bit at bellemont,
flagstaff, 5.5 inches there. williams, almost 5 inches, 4.07. more weather in a little bit. it is being called the worst wildfire to tear through tennessee in more than 100 years. a huge fire burning near gatlinburg has claimed the lives of three people and forced 14,000 residents to flee their homes. several hundred buildings have been destroyed by the dollywood is in the path. strong winds helped to fuel the flames and that is make it tough for crews to get a handle on this fire. red cross continues to help the displaced residents. it's a new memorial state park dedicated to the 19 granite mountain hotshots killed in the wildfire back in 2013.
is a seven-mile round trip hike. the spot where the hotshots died is three miles in on the hike. the only granite mountain hotshot who survived the fire was at the ceremony. >> it is a place for me where i have different, unique memories and what they have done here is truly beautiful. >> 19 stone plaques line the trail along with a timeline of what happened that terrible memorial state park opens tomorrow. park officials say the hike takes about four hours to complete so you definitely want to be prepared if you're going to be there. cars of the future are coming to arizona. in fact, they will be manufactured here by a company called lucid motors. >> the facility will create 2,000 new jobs. >> steve krafft explains what this means for our economy. >> reporter: casa grande,
new lucid motors plan. here in casa grande, people are very excited by the news that an automobile plant is coming to town. >> it will bring more jobs to the area, which is fantastic in my humble opinion. >> reporter: maybe you want one of the jobs? >> it's a possibility. >> reporter: the cars were on display at the capitol where the >> this is an exciting day and one that we've been anticipated for some while and one we've been working hard to keep it under wraps. >> reporter: they want to start building the $700 million plant next year. 2,000 new jobs building luxury electric cars with a sticker price of $100,000 taking on the tesla.
first year of production. stringent quality constraints will determine how many we put out. >> reporter: they also make putting hiring veterans a priority. in a fox 10 exclusive, several of the nation's lieutenant governors is in arizona this week to get an upclose look at how they are trying to secure the mexico. troy hayden traveled with the lieutenant governors. for many of them, it was the first time they went to the border and they said it was eye opening considering how much manpower it takes. >> it takes all of the technology to reduce the numbers, whether it is the fence, camera, the infrared, a combination of all because of the terrain, there is a lot of
it is important to have all of them. >> they are seeing a part of the border that is fortified. many of them talked about donald trump's plan to build a wall. troy will have more on this on his tour through nogales tomorrow on fox 10 arizona morning. sheriff joe arpaio, his criminal contempt of court trial will not begin next week as planned. the trial has been postponed until next april. the sheriff's attorney told the judge he needs more prepare. the contempt of court trial stems from the sheriff ignoring a judge's order. the sheriff said he did not do it intentionally. if convicted, the outgoing sheriff faces up to six months in jail. not everyone is excited about the new minute -- minimum wage increase in the valley.
new year's eve party scene for years but no more. the mill avenue block party is gone as you know it. there is a new law on the books in arizona and this will wine lovers will especially like. we'll explain after the break. with our $3.50 sub of the day, there's never been a better time to try something deliciously different. every day of the week, get a featured six-inch subway sub for just $3.50. all with no artificial flavors. the $3.50 sub of the day
new year's eve just a month >> so maybe time to make your plans. >> for years, the block party on mill avenue in tempe has been a go-to when it comes to ringing in the new year. the block party, as we know it, no longer exists. >> danielle miller joins us live to explain why. >> reporter: downtown tempe officials say they are not saying the event is completely canceled just scaled back. they tell us after sponsorships
being what they used to be, changes had to be made. >> everything you see when an event is set up has been paid for. all of that is just kind of part of the routine but when attendance continues to decrease, it is difficult to make the numbers work. >> reporter: for years, the new year's eve block party at mill avenue was the place to be to ring in the new year. the event was sponsored and organized by the fiesta bowl bringing in 100,000 once it moved to glendale, sponsorship was pulled and tempe took over. kate border says in 2014, 17,000 people showed up and last year, about 27,000. >> i think this happens with all events, the event evolves and things change and that is where we are now. so we have to look at what is best for the city. >> reporter: because of the low attentance numbers, the
off but no headlining band or cover charge. bar managers say scaling the event back is not a huge deal. >> we could have less people in the area because the block party is not going to be here was the outside bands and such. like you pointed out, without a cover charge, people may be more lined to come in. >> reporter: while others are not happy with the decision. >> they are not investing in a day to open the doors. >> i think new years will be slower than normal and that hurts downtown tempe as a whole, not just my business. >> reporter: several bars, including the handle bar that you just saw there will have their own live entertainment. mill avenue will be closed to traffic from third to university starting around 8:00 or 9:00 on newyear's eve and will remain
morning new year's day. >> here is a way to ring in the new year, a new law going into effect in arizona today that allows wine to be delivered to your home. this law was passed by the legislature and signed by the governor in march. it allows people to go online and have wine delivered to your doorstep. >> this is the answer to your prayers. >> never have to leave the house. this will help wineries in arizona sell more wine. >> neighbors about this. >> reporter: i will take a case to go. yesterday's cards' head coach bruce arians called out his team for not being physical enough. one of the top defenders reacts to the criticism. plus, who is in your top four when it comes to your college football rankings? we'll see you at 9:50.
>> reporter: well, it is getting colder. look at that, 52 degrees. no wind at this hour. the normal overnight low is 48 degrees so we're real close to that. 49 degrees in scottsdale. 47 in deer valley. 52 in glendale. 53 in ahwatukee. high pressure bringing in some cooler air from north of us here. that brings us freeze warnings for the night as well. you can see them off to the east and to the south.
with the hard freeze warning for those folks down there. they will, one of those lasting until thursday. we go to 62 at sky harbor today. 58 at deer valley. we had a 59 at buckeye and 63 at gateway. 45 at winslow. 43 at prescott. 32 at show low with 56 down in tucson. a 66 at yuma. where forecasting pretty low temperatures tonight. we are going harbor. 38 at surprise. 38 at cave creek. 34 in mesa. 36 in chandler. another 36 in ahwatukee that is chilly for us. we went to 44 earlier this morning. this afternoon, 62. 70 and 48 would be your normal high and low. there is your record high at 85. record low at 29. here is what we're forecasting for tomorrow. 61 degrees at sky harbor. 62 at goodyear.
62 at gateway. other numbers for you on the forecast page, 37 in flagstaff. 45 in sedona. 62 at lake havasu. 60 down in casa grande. let's take a look across the country today. pretty heavy snow up across the dakotas. these folks picked up almost two feet of snow and they had windy conditions as well with gusts around 63, 65 miles an hour. also, thunderstorms kicking off louisiana. we also had pretty good rain down in that area, 2.5 inches in a few places. freezing rain on top of that and a little bit of snow to make things all the way down -- get all of the numbers in there on the east coast. look at this in atlanta, 2.32 of an inch. 2.25 up in new york. a little more than .5 of an inch
are looking at .55 of an inch of rain in moisture content. you can see what it did to the temperatures. here is the demarcation line. 57 in chicago. 43 in omaha. 71 in memphis. you can see there is quite a temperature differential between the cold front and the warm air. 61 degrees for tomorrow. lots of for you. we stay with the 60 theme for a while. go to the mid 60's for the weekend. watch your kids around water. >> thank you, dave. just are reminder, you can receive weather alerts and check your forecast using our fox 10 weather app. it is free and available on apple or google play store. >> you don't get dave but the next best thing. traffic alert state route
north rim of the tkpw*rbg is -- grand canyon is closing for the winter. the highway will be closed half a mile from the junction at jacob's lake. adot does not plow the stretch because park facilities close for the winter. that road will reopen in may. coming up in the next half hour of fox 10 news at 9:00, it is "tmz" tuesday. >> tonight, e experts weighing in on why "keeping up with the kardashians" may be put on hold. new rules, the valley trails and two cities. why items like flags and christmas trees are no longer allowed. the fight for 15 wages across the country. hundreds of workers walking off the job, including some here in arizona. tonight, one industry the speak out on why raising the minimum
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across america... hundreds of walking off the across america... across america, hundreds of workers walking off of the job demanding the minimum wage be raised to $15 an hour. the fight for 15 as it is being called is happening in big cities, chicago, new york, and san francisco to name a few. of course, having an impact on restaurants and airports.
>> here in arizona, a smaller scale for fight for 15 march took place. earlier this month, arizona voters approved prop 206, which raise the minimum wage in our state to $10 an hour in 2017 and move it up to $12 an hour by 2020. >> many workers in arizona are excited about the minimum wage getting boosted, those who own assisted living facilities are concerned about w mean for their future. >> kristy siefkin is live to explain why they need our state legislators' help. >> reporter: there are over 1,700 assisted living areas and a group of homeowners gathered in chandler. they are struggling to keep their businesses open because of the limited government funding and they say when the minimum wages increase, it is only going
gathering in chandler tonight concerned how prop 206 will impact their businesses. >> i would love to pay our caregivers $100 an hour. >> reporter: she used to owner 10 assisted living homes but without government funding, she had to sell them. >> we get about $1.25 to take care of someone. we were working in a minus kind of way and now you're asking us to do it at $10 an hour. >> reporter: homeowners are not the only ones concerned about the wage hike. elderly and the families are concerned about who is going to take care of them. >> how is it going to affect us? am i going to have to find another state-run home for my
are low income, it is going to be a skwraoeut -- giant state-run facility. >> reporter: the community has reached out to the governor, senator mccain, and the attorney general. they hope to draft new legislation supporting home, caregivers, and the residents. >> eventually, they are going to go many where else and we're ending up with no caregivers at all and that when they wil >> reporter: the open owners that i spoke with tonight say they think the babyboomers who have become residents will be hit the hardest. they encourage all of you to reach out to your lawmakers in support of more funding for these types of facilities. reporting live, i'm kristy siefkin, fox 10 news. scottsdale police are trying to track down this man.
fargo bank inside a kroger at scottsdale road and thomas. the surveillance pictures caught him in the bank. he has an a.s.u. sun devils hat on. >> do you have to remind me of that? we don't need this with the criminal almost. >> he is an older gentleman and wearing the sun devils hat. >> do you need to repeat it? >> at the time of the robbery, he had the a.s.u. hat on. if y h this case, call scottsdale police department. for the second time in less than a week, we have a wrong-way driver causing a crash shutting down a valley freeway for hours. it happened overnight. i-17 near anthem, a man in a pickup truck was driving southbound in the northbound lanes for about three miles before he slammed into an s.u.v.
away. he is facing several charges, including d.u.i. city of glendale has a new top cop. rick st. john was sworn in as police chief this morning. he was interim chief when debra black moved to prescott. he started as a patrol officer before becoming a training officer and assistant chief. diane douglas revealing her funding plan to pay for in the schools. it is called the 2017 az kids can't wait plan. $60 million would increase rural transportation and address teacher recruitment. $200 million would go to schools with no strings attached, they could spend it as they wish.
of these come from the feedback of arizonans who are our number one stakeholder. our education system belongs to all of us. >> douglas will need to work with governor ducey and the state legislature and the state board to push her policies through. it was a big part of donald trump's campaign to keep companies from moving out of the u.s. >> carrier will keep 1,000 jobs in indiana after all. the president-elect and vice president elect travel to indiana on thursday. the big news as two more cabinet nominations are announced, former labor secretary elaine chow has been chosen and tom price has been selected for secretary of health and humanselveses. price will be tasked with
undo obamacare. the political world and the entertainment world collide today on "tmz" and brad appleton is here to tell us about it. melania trump winning a big battle here with the video that is online alleging her son has autism. what is that about? >> right, so she was furious. there was a video circulating for a couple weeks now brought to light. a youtube user put something together claiming or suggesting that barron trump had autism. obviously, it upset melania. she went to their family attorney who contacted the youtuber and said you need to take this down. it is absolutely false. you're creating a tough situation for, not only barron but the family and others struggling with autism. it turns out the youtuber got
apology. a lot of people pointed this out about barron and i wanted to bring light to him that they are bullying him and that this is why they are doing so. >> it is a shame when they bring the kids into it something. i try not to bring up the kardashians too much but they are in the news again. kanye still dealing with troubles and i'm hearing that they are shutting down production of "keeping up with the kardashians." anything true to that? >> what we're told is production slowed down after the robbery in paris, obviously, a lot was happening with the family. kim was upset. the production team plan on filming there you the holidays and getting thanksgiving and christmas and everything like that. since kanye's hospitalization, they put those plans completely on hold. we're told you can see new
stuff leading up to this but as far as new episodes for the holiday, the production is on hold. >> brad appleton filling us. more than 300 dogs adopted were at an event over the weekend all adopted out but this little guy was the only one left standing. after the break, meet brian the dog who needs a new home. >> now, you're john. someone has to help brian out. speaking of the holiday, it is the end of an era on camelback mountain. why the city of phoenix is saying no to christmas trees on the trail. >> can you expect another cold morning tomorrow? s ck after the break with a look at your wake-up
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>> we're learning the city has been removing those flags. tony telling us he has been climbing to the peak of thupbd thupbd -- thunderbird park. the city says it is against city code to place flags up there. park rangers don't monitor every trail and the flags were recently brought to the city's attention. >> we applaud and appre patriotism, however, it is something we can't allow. it is a conservation park so it is about preserving the natural desert environment. >> park rangers kept the flags and hopes to return them to tony who is disappointed with the city's decision. >> a similar situation if you have been up to camelback mountain, you have seen the
up. it has been going on for 15 years. >> it looks like a party up there. >> it is a party. this group is being told they can't do it anymore. in fact, the parks and rec department cut their 200-pound tree in half and carried it back down the mountain. the parks department says things like christmas trees and flags are a safety hazard to hikers. >> think about how hard it is to pick up a tree at home and imagine hiking up the >> we would not be part of that expy -- exhibition. meet brian. he was the only dog not adopted out by the big adopt a pet hosted by the arizona humane society. >> they made brian look as fore lorn easy humanly possible. >> they said give us the guilt look. >> come on, brian.
shepherd who is partially blind. he enjoys slow walks, spacious walks, and rope toys. >> and pina coladas. this is an ad on the back page of new times. >> romantic walks along a beach. he is looking for a patient owner and home for the holidays. >> reporter: for get waiting in line. it is all about shopping online this holiday season. consumers spending $3 billion online. this might explain the surge. consumer confidence rising more than expected this month. the high fortunate level we -- highest level we have seen. we saw home prices soaring to an all-time high recovering the losses from the housing bust and financial crisis. you might be watching your waist line this season but don't
the top cities for wallet fitness, san francisco is the best in being financial shape. winning big for high credit scores and low foreclosure rates. the worst, newark, new jersey. that is business on the old cavuto. >> reporter: it is cold out there. forget about wake-up, take a look at this. in flagstaff, 13 degrees. this morning's low was 16. the grand canyon at 7. 18 at show low. 52 at gila bend. 35 at globe. 43 at tucson. this is what we're forecasting for the lows. going to the single digits at flagstaff with 8 degrees. 11 rat -- at st. johns. 38 at gila bend. take a look at the valley low, 37 at apache junction. 34 at queen creek and mesa. 40 at deer valley.
it will be a little cool at 42 degrees. now, later in the day, we're shooting for around 60, 61. we'll have more weather after 10:00. >> i think we have a tender ornamental alert. >> reporter: not quite. >> ok. it is talkback time after the break. tonight, we're talking about the space poop challenge. yes, this is something that if you want to get involved in this, you could win >> i don't want to get involved with that title. plus, the holiday shopping season is upon us but this year, some people are plague a little bit risky when it comes to their shopping. we'll tell you why more people are sthoping without a budget. >> bad idea. >> i'm guilty.
office yet and already donald i'm marc martinez. he is not yet in office and donald trump is making good on a campaign promise. the deal he was able to strike to keep 1,000 people from loosing their jobs. darren sharper learns how much of his life will be in prison for drugging and raping women, including in tempe. there is a lot going on so stick
time for tonight's talkers. >> you can make some money if it all goes well but you have to be creative. space travel, the final frontier, it sounds glamorous until you think about how to manage human waste in space, especially on a trip to mars that could take nearly a year. nasa is trying to manage six days of human waste in a space suit in case of an emergen. there. not for six days. they are turning to the public for help. a crowd-funding platform to come up with ideas, $30,000 for whoever comes up with a solution. kari, i'm going to start with you. this is the answer to nasa's problem. she is going to figure it out. you're on. [laughter]
genius, i'm sure. genius. >> we've lost kari lake. >> i'm crying. >> i know some of you have an idea, go for it and tell what the answer is. >> you made me cry. >> i made you cry many times. many times. >> i got an idea but -- >> ok, we don't want to know that idea. shopping who it a set budget this holiday season. if alone. would you like to help out here? no, ok, lending tree suicide more -- tree says that more than half of americans are doing this year. a quarter of those people will rack up debt. 5% who decided to shop without a budget last year, they are still paying the bills right now and they are about to go further in debt. >> i wish i was creative enough
>> you get to a point and you try to make it happen. >> the answer to your prayers is to come up to the solution to nasa and you don't have to worry about it. >> i have an idea but i will share it with you when we get to the commercial. it is your turn to talk back. go to our facebook page. maybe i will put my idea there. >> go to kari lake fox 10 o john hook fox 10. >> reporter: i want to go back to kari lake with the outer space challenge. no, we can't? ok, let's talk about the challenge for the cardinals and what is going on with the defense? we'll sort it out for you and you'll hear from defensive lineman corey peters. plus, devin booker, his head coach defends his star player.
(jude)the cardinals defensive >> reporter: arizona cardinals defensive numbers are as good as any team in the nfl. they are ranked number one in total defense. ranked number two against the passer, what is the problem? if you will you listen to head h bruce arians, the team fails to play with a physical edge.
gabe -- gabriel taking advantage of the screens against atlanta. we had a chance to talk to corey peters later in the day yesterday to get his response on what coach arians said was a lack of physical aggressive play. >> i think they ran for 420-something yards. that is a good way to physicality of the game. we just watched the tape. we failed in some areas but it is not anything that is not correctable. >> we were not as physical as we have been. like i said that is b.a. has been doing this a while so he knows us and knows what it is like to be a physical team. i agree, we were not as physical as we have been. reporter: who is number one,
rated game in 10 years. what a finish it was to win in double overtime. the final four looks like this. alabama, ohio state, clemson and washington but here is the issue. washington has to play colorado in the pac 12 championship game. clemson has virginia tech. in the big ten, it is going to be wisconsin and penn state so there are a few possibilitities that could play out with line. here is the chair of the playoff committee. >> michigan and number five are extremely small. there is a lot to like about washington. we saw him with a quality win this weekend. the strength of schedule has been a concern. >> reporter: it is on here on fox, coming up pack 12 on friday.
fox 10 news after the game. we'll see if the huskies can represent the pac 12. wisconsin against penn state, pregame and kickoff after the game. phoenix, suns, devin booker averaging 19 points a game. second year player is having a good year but as we know, this team has really floundered defensively. you look at the record, they are 5-13. look at the numbers here as well. devin booker defending or earl watson defending devin booker when asked about his defense cape taeublts at this point in his career. >> kind of disappointed that the expectations on devin booker, there are is a lot of question about what he don't do. i was with kevin durant when he
once did we say what he couldn't do. i'm not going to focus on the things he can't do. for just turning 20, he does amazing things. >> reporter: hockey night, san jose hosting the arizona coyotes. you want to talk about post-to-post, they only put five shots on goal. this came so close to crossing that goal line, not quite. how about this beautiful play here? a beautiful pass to max coyotes get on the board first in the second period and moments later, chris tourny put a body on him. the game is tied as we enter into the third period. we're back with more sports and more on the cardinals when we return in 20 minutes. right now, it is marc martinez with fox 10 news at 10:00.
phoenix police are search for a thief that stole a truck that had a baby inside near 69th avenue and highland. we're happy to report that little girl was found safe an hour ago. she was outside of the home a few blocks away. police still searching for the suspects. the family saying they just bought groceries and they were bringing them inside the house when someone stole the truck with the little girl inside. phoenix police are investigating a tragic accid a 1-year-old boy was killed after being hit by a car that was backing out of the driveway. matt rodewall has the of def de- devastating story. >> aparkly, his truck is way up high and the little boy is 1 years old so you're not going to see him. >> reporter: police say a neighbor was backing his truck out of his driveway but the little boy had wandered away
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