2960 degrees in Cave Creek?! FOX 10's Cory McCloskey leads viewers through a hilarious weathercast after his weather map malfunctions. Technology doesn't always cooperate, but luckily Cory knows how to handle the heat! Watch a Q&A with Cory about the experience:


Anything can happen on live TV and at Desert Vista High School, Cory McCloskey took on a tuba.


She is 15-years-old, and a dancer is living among us here in the valley. She's one that will likely go on to make history in the world of ballet.Her name is Gisele Bethea, and she's not on graceful and technically advanced in her dancing, she has a special quality that is very apparent when you see her perform. 12/11/14


We've seen protests all across the country after police officers have been accused of shooting people who aren't armed. Jarrett Maupin, a vocal critic of police during recent protests, went through force training with local authorities. FOX 10's Troy Hayden also went through the training and discusses the results. Full story:


House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy scorched James Comey in a blistering opening statement at a high-profile congressional hearing on Tuesday, declaring “we can’t survive with a justice system we don’t trust.” Gowdy kicked off the hearing featuring testimony from Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz on his review of the Hillary Clinton email case. The top DOJ watchdog is on Capitol Hill for the second day in a row to discuss the explosive report. But Gowdy launched into Tuesday's session -- a joint hearing held by the House oversight and judiciary panels -- with a fiery condemnation of the former FBI director and certain agents in the bureau he led. Referring to IG findings that Comey defied his superiors in his handling of the Clinton email case, Gowdy accused the ex-director of essentially operating by his own rules. We see Jim Comey and Jim Comey alone deciding which DOJ policies to follow and which to ignore, he said. Gowdy accused Comey of watering down his initial statement on the investigation's findings and making other decisions on his own. While Comey has suggested he acted unilaterally out of concern for the Justice Department's handling of the case, Gowdy questioned why he didn't seek a special counsel -- as he indirectly did regarding concerns about the Trump administration. “Instead, he appointed himself FBI director, attorney general, special counsel, lead investigator and the general arbiter of what is good and right in the world according to him,” Gowdy said. Gowdy said that Horowitz’s report, which was released last Thursday, should “conjure anger, disappointment and sadness in anyone who reads it.” He also said that, in the wake of the IG report, there were FBI agents and attorneys who decided to prejudge the outcome of the Clinton case. “These exact same FBI agents and attorney prejudged the outcome of the Russia investigation before it even began,” he added.


Widow of Navy SEAL Ryan Owens, killed in Yemen raid, receives standing ovation at JointSession


Brought to you by Desert Diamond: INAUGURATION DAY LIVESTREAM - Starts Jan. 20 @ 9am EST: Senate Energy & Natural Resources Committee considers nomination of Former Texas Governor Rick Perry to be Secretary of Energy.


They had been dating for seven years, but Andrea Robinson had no idea that Chris was going to propose. or that he would do it on the air!


The Arizona Diamondback's pool is a suite that holds up to 35 guests. So as you can imagine the party in the pool can get a little crazy at times.


A 47-year-old female homeowner called 911 after hearing someone break into her home. While on the phone with the 911 operator the woman shot the intruder, and it was all caught on the 911 recording. This is the entire 911 call, edited only to remove moments of silence from the tape for brevity. Read more:


Brought to you by Desert Diamond: Tucker Carlson speaks PASSIONATELY at 2017 IAFF Legislative Conference (International Association of Fire Fighters)


Brought to you by Desert Diamond: Bernie Sanders grills Tom Price at his Senate confirmation hearing for Secretary of Health and Human Services. (FoxNews.com) President-elect Donald Trump announced the nomination of Rep. Tom Price, R-Ga., to head the Department of Health and Human Services. If confirmed by the Senate, Price will play a central role in Republican efforts to repeal and replace ObamaCare. Trump has pledged to move quickly on overhauling his predecessor's signature measure, but has been vague about what he hopes to see in a replacement bill. Chairman Price, a renowned physician, has earned a reputation for being a tireless problem solver and the go-to expert on healthcare policy, making him the ideal choice to serve in this capacity, Trump said in a statement. He is exceptionally qualified to shepherd our commitment to repeal and replace Obamacare and bring affordable and accessible healthcare to every American. I am proud to nominate him as Secretary of Health and Human Services. Price, a 62-year-old six-term congressman and orthopedic surgeon, has chaired the House Budget Committee for the past two years. A bookish conservative from the Atlanta suburbs, Price has worked closely with House Speaker Paul Ryan to assemble GOP budgets aimed at reducing the annual deficit. I am humbled by the incredible challenges that lay ahead and enthusiastic for the opportunity to be a part of solving them on behalf of the American people,” Price said. Price said whatever Republicans do to replace Obama's health care law will bear a significant resemblance to a 2015 measure that was vetoed by the president. That bill would have gutted some of the health care law's main features: Medicaid expansion, subsidies to help middle-class Americans buy private policies, the tax penalties for individuals who refused to get coverage and several taxes to support coverage expansion. The bill would have delayed implementation for two years. Price insisted that Republicans can keep the protections for those with existing medical conditions without mandating that all individuals carry coverage or pay a penalty to support an expanded insurance pool. Price said Republicans want to address the real cost drivers of health care price spikes, which he said were not necessarily sicker patients, but a heavy regulatory burden, taxes and lawsuits against medical professionals.


If you've ever traveled from Phoenix to Tucson you may have seen them, hundreds of airplanes sitting out in the desert. They are all at a huge facility called Marana Aerospace, which is the world's largest aircraft storage, maintenance, paint, and teardown facility.


A Valley man frustrated by the amount of innocent people getting injured or killed during high-speed pursuits has come up with an invention that could be a game-changer when it comes to stopping fleeing suspects.


FOX 10's Matt Galka traveled to Colorado City, Ariz. and Hildale, Utah, where one of Warren Jeffs' wife has returned, and is talking about life with the Fundamentalist Mormon church leader, and what happened after that.


Just a few months ago scientists announced the San Andreas Fault is due for another major earthquake, specifically in Southern California where there hasn't been a major quake since 1857.


FOX 10's Matt Rodewald spoke with famed musician Alice Cooper, as news came Tuesday of Glen Campbell's passing. Campbell was 81 years old.


Wrestling favorite Chris Jericho is in town with his band, but before his interview, he took over the FOX 10 weather! (9/17/14)


Judge Brett Kavanaugh goes before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday for confirmation hearings with what supporters call the longest paper trail – practically a superhighway – of any federal judicial nominee, a testament to his enviable insider status in public and private corridors of Washington power. That impressive resume has created both political opportunity and peril, as Senate Democrats have demanded a go-slow approach so that Kavanaugh's records as a federal judge, White House staffer and lawyer for Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr can be thoroughly scoured. We don't know if there's some sort of revelatory bombshell, Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., said. But Republicans are confident the 53-year-old judge will be on the bench when the Supreme Court begins its new term Oct. 1. Watching this confirmation unfold is like watching the tortured last moments of a blowout basketball game, said Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah. Democrats are down thirty with ten seconds left, but they keep fouling to stop the shot clock in an attempt to avoid their inevitable defeat.


A defiant Peter Strzok said the scrutiny he is facing over his anti-Trump text messages amounts to “just another victory notch in Putin's belt,” according to the FBI official's remarks prepared to be delivered before House committees Thursday morning. Strzok, who arrived on Capitol Hill to testify in a public hearing before the House Judiciary Committee and House Oversight Committee Thursday morning, has been in political crosshairs for months over revelations of anti-Trump text messages exchanged with his lover, and former bureau colleague, Lisa Page. Strzok will say in his opening statement that he has never allowed personal opinions to affect his work, that he knew information during the campaign that had the potential to damage then-candidate Donald Trump but never contemplated leaking it to the press, and that recent congressional focus on him is misguided and plays into “our enemies’ campaign to tear America apart.” Strzok’s messages were first revealed by Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz. The latest text, which was revealed in the inspector general’s report on the FBI’s handling of the Clinton email investigation, showed Strzok vowing to “stop” Trump from becoming president. GOP leaders are expected to grill Strzok over the slew of Trump-bashing texts he exchanged on his FBI phone while he worked on bureau investigations into Russian election meddling and Hillary Clinton’s email sever. Lawmakers are also expected to press Strzok on the impact of his political bias on any investigative decisions, though Horowitz ultimately found that despite the politically charged messages, there was no evidence that the bias had an impact on any prosecutorial decisions in the Clinton probe.


Brought to you by Desert Diamond: Lebron James acknowledges all of his teammates individually during victory rally in Cleveland after the Cavaliers bring the city their first national title in 52 years.


Brought to you by Desert Diamond: Alibaba CEO Jack Ma Speaks After Meeting with Donald Trump at Trump Tower.


While many people think the Phoenix Lights have an mundane explanation, former Arizona Governor Fife Symington is not among them. He saw the lights first hand, and hear what he has to say.


Brought to you by Desert Diamond: WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Donald Trump welcomed Argentine President Mauricio to the White House for talks on Thursday and said they'll end up being great friends, better than ever before. Trump puts great stock in the relationships he's building with his foreign counterparts, and has spoken extensively in recent weeks about the chemistry he says he built with Chinese President Xi Jinping after their talks earlier this month at Trump's private estate in Florida. A red carpet and military honor guard awaited Macri as his motorcade pulled up the driveway to the South Lawn entrance of the White House, where Trump and first lady Melania Trump greeted Macri and his wife, Juliana Awada. The men patted each other's backs as they turned and went inside. The couples then walked along the colonnade to the Oval Office, ladies first. Trump described Macri as my good friend for many, many years. Asked how long that was, Trump replied: Long time. In the Oval Office, Trump again raised their personal friendship. We're going to be great friends, better than ever before, he said. Macri spoke briefly about his desire for strong relations with the U.S. Argentine journalists in the room asked about lemons. The Trump administration recently postponed a decision by former President Barack Obama to lift a 16-year ban on imports of Argentine lemons, stalling the return of imports from one of the world's top producers of the citrus fruit. Trump and Macri met first in the Oval Office and then sat down with their delegations for a working lunch. The two already enjoy a personal relationship from their days as businessmen, ties both hope to leverage to boost U.S.-Argentina relations. The White House said when it announced Thursday's visit that the leaders would discuss how to deepen relations between their countries. Trump and Macri are also expected to confer on a range of bilateral and regional issues, including trade, security and Venezuela's deteriorating political situation. Trump said it's very sad to see what's happening in Venezuela, where tens of thousands of Venezuelans have taken to the streets over the past month to protest against socialist President Nicolas Maduro. They blame Maduro for triple-digit inflation, hours-long lines to get food, shortages of medical supplies and a rise in crime. Protesters have clashed with security forces, which have used tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse crowds, and looting has destroyed dozens of businesses.


Memorial service in Louisville, Kentucky for boxing legend Muhammad Ali. Funeral procession begins at 9 a.m. EST Muhammad Ali and his innermost circle started a document years ago that grew so thick they began calling it The Book. In the pages, the boxing great planned in exacting detail how he wished to say goodbye to the world. The message that we'll be sending out is not our message — this was really designed by The Champ himself, said Timothy Gianotti, an Islamic studies scholar who for years helped to plan the services. The love and the reverence and the inclusivity that we're going to experience over the coming days is really a reflection of his message to the people of planet Earth. The 74-year-old three-time heavyweight champion wanted the memorial service in an arena. He wanted multiple religions to have a voice while honoring the traditions of his Muslim faith. And he wanted ordinary fans to attend, not just VIPs.


It's the ultimate punishment reserved only for the worst crimes committed in our state. In Arizona the death penalty is the law of the land, but that sentence is imposed out of sight except for a few select witnesses.


FOX 10's Troy Hayden takes you inside the U.S.S. Ohio a nuclear submarine. 05-05-14


The Hoover Dam area is filled with secrets, here are five of the many that this engineering wonder of the world.


The senior class at a San Tan Valley high school is leaving a different legacy than the class before them. Story link:


Harmeet Dhillon of San Francisco reads a Sikh prayer to start day two of the GOP Convention in Cleveland.


Maximum security is home to some of the most violent people in our society. Predators, murderers, they've committed terrible crimes and have to be watched every minute, some are double-teamed when they move because they can turn on you in an instant.


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A little Trump look-a-like went on stage with Donald Trump after the Republican candidate invited him up. The child wanted to stay with Donald Trump


An interview with Reverend Jarett Maupin about his experience in use of force training with local police. Maupin led protests against police shooting of an unarmed man in Phoenix. Full story:


Brought to you by Desert Diamond: After meeting with Donald Trump on Tuesday, Japanese billionaire Masayoshi Son said he would invest $50 billion in the United States and commit to creating 50,000 new jobs. Son said he came to celebrate Trump's new job, and said, The U.S. will become great again. As the founder and chief executive of Softbank, Son controls the U.S. telecom Sprint. Shares in Sprint spiked after the announcement was made. Son left Trump Tower escorted by the president-elect. The financial details about the commitment and its time frame are unclear. But Trump quickly took credit for the commitment, saying on Twitter, Masa said he would never do this had we (Trump) not won the election!


Troy Hayden sat down with Jodi Arias' Prosecutor Juan Martinez in his first interview since the trial concluded. Juan talks about his surprise at the interest in the Jodi Arias case, and how it became one of the first big social media trials. He shares his thoughts on Jodi Arias, and the situation with Juror 17.


What do Dan Akroyd, Beethoven, and Thomas Jefferson have in common? All have or are believed to have had Asperger Syndrome. 06-18-14


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A new movie is in theaters tonight. It's about four undocumented immigrants from Carl Hayden High School who beat out MIT and other universities in an underwater robotics competition in 2004. 7-18-14


Brought to you by Desert Diamond: President Obama surprises his dear from and Vice President Joe Biden with the news that he will be honored with the country's highest civilian honor, the Medal of Freedom. WATCH Biden's emotional and tearful reaction.


It's the largest power plant of any kind in the United States, the Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station is located 55 miles west of downtown Phoenix. It's operated by APS and employees over 2,000 people.


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There’s a tight guest list for the May 19 ceremony -- just 600 people were invited to the service, Kensington Palace announced in March. Markle, however, won’t have a maid of honor. “She has a very close-knit circle of friends and she didn’t want to choose one over another,” Kensington Palace told E!. “All have been actively involved in helping her prepare for the day and will be there in the days beforehand. She’s very happy to have their support.” Kensington Palace revealed May 16 the bridesmaids will be Princess Charlotte, 3, the daughter of Prince William and Kate Middleton, and Harry's godchildren, Florence van Cutsem, 3, and Zalie Warren, 2. Meghan’s goddaughters Remi Litt, 6, and Rylan Litt, 7, will join her close friend's daughter, Ivy Mulroney, 4, as part of the bridal party. The page boys will be William and Kate's son Prince George, 4, and the children of Meghan’s best friend and unofficial wedding planner Jessica Mulroney -- twins Brian and John Mulroney, who are 7. Prince Harry's godson Jasper Dyer, 6, will also serve as page boy.


It's been nearly 40 years since Hollywood actor Bob Crane was brutally murdered inside his Scottsdale, Arizona apartment. The case has remained unsolved. FOX 10's John Hook was given a chance to re-open the case, re-examine the evidence -- and reveal the results of new DNA evidence that may put this murder mystery to rest.


Brought to you by Desert Diamond: Donald Trump is linking his movement to take back the country to Britain's surprising vote to leave the European Union. He invited Nigel Farage, an architect of Britain's successful Brexit campaign, to join him on stage at a rally Wednesday night in Jackson, Mississippi. Farage is outgoing head of the United Kingdom Independence Party. He said anything is possible if enough people band together, and predicted that Trump's presidential campaign would smash the establishment. Farage noted that his movement was an underdog in public opinion polls but triumphed in Britain's June 23 referendum. He predicted that Trump, who supported Britain's departure from the European Union, would stage a comeback and win in November. Trump called Farage's appearance an honor and said, The nation's working people will take control again.


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Judge Brett Kavanaugh goes before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday for confirmation hearings with what supporters call the longest paper trail – practically a superhighway – of any federal judicial nominee, a testament to his enviable insider status in public and private corridors of Washington power. That impressive resume has created both political opportunity and peril, as Senate Democrats have demanded a go-slow approach so that Kavanaugh's records as a federal judge, White House staffer and lawyer for Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr can be thoroughly scoured. We don't know if there's some sort of revelatory bombshell, Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., said. But Republicans are confident the 53-year-old judge will be on the bench when the Supreme Court begins its new term Oct. 1. Watching this confirmation unfold is like watching the tortured last moments of a blowout basketball game, said Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah. Democrats are down thirty with ten seconds left, but they keep fouling to stop the shot clock in an attempt to avoid their inevitable defeat.


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