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pulled that child out. the child has no pulse at the hospital. i can tell you the crime scene tape stretches around the house. when we got here, two adults, a male and female, got short into a car. everyone is waiting to find out if the child is okay and we don't know the answer to that. a somber mood in the neighborhood. neighbors say there are ki that house all the time so this is a tough situation so far. we'll keep you updated as we learn more. happening now, a lot of scrap that could catch fire at any moment. crews on hand making sure this doesn't leave any hot spots. we are talking to the firefighters who will have to stay the night at this scrap yard. .
hours. there is so much heat produced in fires like this, crews expect to be here through the night monitoring hot spots. look at this smoke. we could see it more than 10 miles away and the first thing that hit me when i stepped out of the car was the strong smell of burning rubber. look at, this dramatic images of firefighters in the thick of things. crews are to lay 2,000 feet of fire hose as two fire hydrants not working complicated things. >> the awe firefighters on the ladders are breathing air as well so our biggest problem is the toxins. the cancer risk for firefighters is four times the risk of the population. reporter: thankfully, not to many people
the labor day holiday. its been a busy day for first responders. two car fires. this one at the peoria exit. no word so far on any injuries. further up the 17, the interstate also shut down earlier for a car fire. here's a live look at traffic conditions. the state dui task force is out. a warning coming out. the focus for a lot of people is up a 3-day weekend. tonight, its the emergency crews we're watching closely. right now f the live desk, an intense search for a glendale man missing after a day on the water. we are there live. what is the search looking like?
been working non stop. they're hoping to this does not turn into a recovery mission. they've been searching since yesterday. they're using sonar to search the water. it was yesterday the 24 year old was with a boat. when the group was back up shore, they realized the man was missing. keep us safe, life jackets. you know, tell the driver to not go fast. reporter: crews will continue searching through sunset and and will continue the search in the morning. none of that [inaudible] off the south mountain and this one scarier
the mountain biker was unconscious. a 7 year old slipped his bike and was taken to the hospital for more testing. three other people in the hospital after a crash near the loop 101. can you see the white car in -- you can see the white car rolled over on the side. police have not set what caused the crash. a nice day across the valley. topped out at 103 officially in phoenix, 100 in scottsdale and chandler hitting the century mark. we're sitting in the 90s right now under clear skies. one hundred in peoria and 102 in levine. for the rest of the evening, we keep it dry and clear. we may see a few passing clouds overnight tonight. we'll see those low
upper 80s by 10:00. we do have big changes coming up to your most accurate forecast. you'll want to stick around for that to find out when monsoon thunderstorm chances return. police need your help finding the man responsible for one death. maryellen resendez joins us where all of this happened. maryellen, was this a road rage incident here? reporter: you know, phoenix police aren't sure. what they know is that victim got into an altercation with another driver at the end of this street. somebody pulled out a gun and started firing. he took off. he had no choice but to keep going. he jumped the curve and goes straight into an apartment. >> the guy came, you can see right here, and he [ inaudible, heavy accent ] like that they were flying.
there in the middle of the living room. it was crazy. . reporter: now, he was sitting on the couch listening to music when her heard the gunshots and then the crash. the apartment went dark but he could see the car right at his feet. he says he scrambled for a flashlight and that's when he saw the victim severely bleeding but he wasn't sure if his roommates were under that car. >> it's hard to kn there's nothing you can do. . reporter: when you discovered they weren't underneath, what's that moment like? >> relief, just relief. ? reporter: now, his roommates made it it with minor injuries. they were up and walking and getting belongings from the home today. phoenix police do not know who
they're asking anyone with even a small amount of information to give them a call. >> maryellen, thanks. police talking to neighbors hoping to lock down clues about the men who broke into a home and exchanged gun fire with the homeowner. the man opened his eyes and saw men inside his home. a. a loot of questions in -- lot of questions in after a man is shot from front of his home. police say two men got into a fight with the man when he tried to leave work. the victim's car doors were open. detectives are looking at the possible that the suspects -- possibility that suspects could be linked to carjackings. parked on the same tarmac and a lot
the ballot in all 50 states and even though people don't know much about gary johnson, he could be the deciding factor on our next president. reporter: well, that's right. hillary clinton for example sent out an e-mail today to supporters saying the race will be very tight in arizona. her volunteers are making calls here today on this labor day as finding an unlikely ally in this race against donald trump. >> we're going take our country back. reporter: if his recent visits tell you anything, there's a loft enthusiasm for donald trump in the -- lot of enthusiasm for donald trump in the grand canyon state but there's a rift between our state's republicans. trump tweeted out trash talk yesterday opening the
>> arizona is a strong libertarian leaning state already so we are actually a very principalled state towards libertarians. reporter: political analysts don't think he has a chance of winning but he could strip enough independent votes to cost donald trump the votes. reporter: that brings hillary supporters making calls. >> just reminding them that for elections in november, and to get family and friends out, get motivated and let's come out and push hillary clinton over the finish line. reporter: only two democratic presidential candidates have carried arizona in the last 60 years. >> we think we have a good chance to win this election. reporter: today, a trump source told me that hillary clinton can spend all she wants on ads and efforts here in
that she's not spending the money in other traditional swing states. that source also told me they have such high demand for hair yard signs -- their yard signs, they can't keep them in stock. >> thanks. trump has had mixed reviews but he says his immigration speech in arizona was well received. today, he told supporters a lot of people loved it. we know hillary clinton in a political fight with donald trump but apparently, she's also fighting her immune system. she couldn't stop fighting during a speech in ohio. >> every time i think about trump, i get allergic. reporter: she also spoke about
embarrassing international incident. senator bernie sanders spend two day in new hampshire -- the day in new hampshire urging voters to vote for clinton. bombs going off in bullhead city, what a nightmare. tonight, an arrest. >> new wildfire making in night ahead pretty painful for some families, especially a woman who can't be husband's side. >> are you okay with your hoa taking pictures inside your house. >> former asu golfer paul casey looking for a win today. for a win today. >> and triple digits today but paul babeu exposed in a damning home video. extreme discipline used on special needs kids at a boarding school he used to run. widespread cases of physical and sexual abuse.
minneapolis. police say the 16 year old was struck by a man trying to get away from police. he kept driving after hitting the teen who later died at the hospital. when the suspect was arrested, authorities say the man had several warrants out for his arrest. those in bullhead city can rest easy. police say they have arrested the manage who had been placing bombs around town. at least one explosive went off two weeks ago. another he's now sitting in the jail facing a slew of charges. you think there's a better place than a day care to stash your pot. we're not talking a little baggy. we're talking 600 full grown plants. this is in connecticut. no official arrests yet but plus are close to one tonight. . hoa, three letters that can bring out strong emotions.
homeowners association? tonight, a gilbert woman's violation has her asking is my hoa is crazy. >> so you are allowed to park in front? >> yes. reporter: it's where she parks, behind the house. >> it may look crazy to somebody else. they took a picture of the inside of my garage. reporter: sh invasion of privacy. it came from the association? gilbert. >> the garage shall be used for parking vehicles and other garage purposes only. reporter: a not so friendly reminder to correct the violation. >> tell megathat i can't -- me that i can't have my things in my garage. that i must park my car there. reporter: trish uses her
storage for her business and nowhere in the cc and r is her use prohibited. >> if i violated something like parking in guest parking, give me a ticket. reporter: her hoa agreed to discuss it but not dismiss it so she let me know and i let them know we had the same concerns. then i got this e-mail calling it an initial courtesy notice. the association has determined there is no violation at issue. bottom line, trish says hoa's should be addressing real concerns. >> instead of coming to people's homes and taking pictures inside of their house. reporter: is your hoa crazy? let me know. you can e-mail me. i'm investigator joe ducey, you've got a problem, let me know. .
tpc boston with paul casey holding a three shot lead heading into today's final round but casey falters opening the door for rory mcilroy. mcilroy comes through with seven birdies on the day to finish two strokes better than casey to graham grab his first win on tour sin 2015. . >> it's amazing just to think how i started this tournament and what was going through my mind after three holes and then standing here four days later with the trophy is pretty cool. reporter: he said on friday after three hole, he didn't think he could make the cut and here he wins it. >> he figured out something with his putting. >> yeah, he said he tweaked his putting
talk. >> yeah the irish accent and the million dollars in his pocket. reporter: the forecast today wasn't so bad topping out at 103. sunny skies, light winds. now dew points, we are still in the monsoon but the dew points in the 20s and 30s. humidity values in the single digits out there. and the valley not place that's dry. this is statewide. west, we go have a little more moisture in the southeast pocket of the state. outside, statewide it's been a nice travel day. we haven't had showers, we haven't had thunderstorms. its been cloudless across arizona and will continue to be that way over the next several hours. we'll start to see changes. as we head into tomorrow morning,
south. there's a very slight chance for a stray shower across the valley. about a 10% chance tomorrow but over all, the state is still going to be quiet and dry for the tuesday forecast before we see our rain chances increase. hurricane newton is heading to the south. we're going be looking at this to continue to the northwest as a category one storm overnight tonight. we have hurricane warnings out, tropical storm warns out further to the north. watch the track with me. continues to track north as a tropical storm tuesday evening and by wednesday, the reg innocents mav toward arizona -- remnants move toward arizona. this should stake that well to the southeast of the valley. that's where rain chances will be best and more
will bring up monsoon moisture, tropical moisture so our rain chances increase tomorrow. better chances wednesday and thursday, up to 30%. we could see heavy rain across here but more widespread rain expected southeast. 98 in ahwatukee. 70 in flagstaff and tonight, 30s and 40s north, what are we expecting tomorrow. >> i'll let you know coming up. >> but some changes that could wipe earthquakes off the map in oklahoma. >> a lot of people upset by the taco trucks on every corner message. >> it appears guilt may have
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september 5th. join the half million club with $500,000 guaranteed... only at casino arizona and talking stick resort! . an update from the live desk as we track breaking news. we're now learning that little girl pulled from a pool is breathing through a crews told us the 2 year old was not breathing, she had a pulse when the call came in. it's going be an all nighter for firefighters at this scrap yard. they'll be keeping watch for reignitions following a massive black plume of smoke. thousands of
because two fire hydrants weren't working. >> searchers aren't ready to call this a recovery mission yesterday. a search is happening for a man who has been missing for more than 24 hours. i'm getting information about a mystery. a body found in the middle the desert in of tucson. obviously an autopsy is necessary here. arson investigators are on the case after a fire at a phoenix apartment saturday. amid the flames, a body found. the timing of this fire raises a red fire as well, about 2:00 a.m. >>now to a random attack in glendale.
raymon overnight while the -- man overnight then took off. the man is expected to be okay. new developments in the case of a man accused of killing an 8 year old girl. bella died two years ago. justin is accused of murdering her. prosecutors have established enough probable cause can to seek the death penalty. a judge making that decision after hearing about the child's death. . it is hard to imagine it's almost been a year since the flash flooding on the utah/arizona border that killed dozens of people. the body of a 12 year old boy was never found. a memorial service will be held for those victims next wednesday in colorado city. a few small earthquakes
oklahoma today after that wopping 5.2 magnitude quake this weekend. the army corp. of engineers is checking all dams. the quakes have been blamed on oil drilling. thirty-seven waste water disposal drills will be shut down in that area. it was a great weekend across the valley. sunny skies, going down now, the sun we're at ten -- set. we're at 101 in mesa. we'll fall into the 90s by 9:00. early tomorrow morning, we will begin to see a few high clouds move back in. tomorrow, up to 99 so topping out at 103 today. bring in a little moisture and take a few degrees after the highs on tuesday. we will be looking at a
tomorrow, just about a 10% chance. that means most of us are going to be staying dry. i'm tracking hurricane newton looking at our monsoon moisture chances to come back into play. he could be anywhere and we already know how easily he could escape police custody. this man wanted for murder in las vegas on the run for days after breaking out of handcuffs on friday. here's why police say he's so dangerous. look at this ne video at this apartment complex. they say it shows 31 year old alonzo perez shooting at someone in july. no word if perez is heading to our state but one identifying mark is a 3-inch air jordan tattoo >>sex offenders have to let the state know where they even if they
they have to let the state know they're homeless every 90 days. . checking democracy 2016, donald trump says he's not ruling anything out when it comes to immigration rules. that was his response today after his big speech last week. a lot of people fired up about taco trucks on every corner but it appears the five people registered to vote during the event. this after the cofounder of latinos for trump made a comment about not doing anything on immigration. hillary clinton responding to cyber attacks that have hurt her party. she says the u.s. must take those threats seriously. russia has been blamed for an attack. russia has also
our state along with illinois. clinton says this attack is quote almost unthinkable. world news tonight anchor david muir just sat down with hillary clinton and tim kaine while they were in ohio today. you can get a sneak peek of what they said tomorrow morning and then catch the full interview tomorrow on world news tonight. we're tonight. many evacuees worderring if they're home -- wondering the their home will make it through night. one woman is worried about her husband who didn't make it down in time. >> i'm hoping that wind doesn't just and i'm hoping my husband is okay because i don't want anything to happen to him. reporter: there are at least 43 evacuees now. crews are hoping for a successful firefighter tonight. .
and some might say rightfully so after this massive fire ball. the company that owns the satellite that was on this satellite wants the company to pay up, either 50 million bucks or a free flight. . a pit maneuver caught on video while the driver is speeding off at 100 miles per hour in wisconsin. you usually hear about these but you don't see them too often. police went after the car was registered as stolen. >> a fair well to a -- farewell to a musical icon. >> money, money, and money, where it's coming from. coming from. >> it's vandals who just paul bg home video. extreme discipline used on special needs kids at a boarding school he used to run. widespread cases of physical and sexual abuse. students were also stripped down and forced to wear nothing but a sheet.
on the 17. we're learning of another back up. southbound 17 is closed at mile post is 317. this is 6 miles south of munce park. it was an iconic spot for hikers in oregon, now the duck bill rock is no more after a matt it wasn't erosion that brought it down. new video shows vandals pushing it down. the man who captured this video, the vandals said they did it because it was say safety -- a satisfity hazard. -- safety hazard. police say a woman is arrested for vandalizing a slain police officer's memorial. that memorial was there since
while on the job. we're going see a lot of bill cosby tomorrow and we'll tell you why. >> surgery, ipads and anxiety, how they're all fitting together tonight. . >> the nebraska corn huskers taking a delay of game on purpose. . >> smart shoppers, we've got a deal of the day here. >> and abc 15 desert doppler quiet tonight quiet tonight but thun we don't agree on everything. but we do agree that an honest day's work deserves an honest day's pay.
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associated with hermine. some new information in the general motors lawsuit. the company settling two more cases in the defective ignition switches controversy. more than 2 million cars world wide were recalled. they were responsible for 124 deaths. three more cases are scheduled for next year. thousands of nurses in minnesota are over health insurance, work place safety and staffing. five hospitals are effected. no word on when they'll return to work. bill cosby could learn more about his felony rape trial. he returns to court tomorrow where he's expected to get a trial date. he's accused of drilling and molesting a -- drugging and molesting a
in 2004. the charge come after his deposition was unsealed. fans of juan gabriel paying tributes today. 66 year old died last month after a 45 year career. his family plans to convert his home into a museum. 19 years after her death, mother teresa is saint teresa. the celeat continued in houston today. catholics honored her canonization with a traditional indian procession and mass. they say it was also about the mission to live more like assents. a woman with a -- a saint. a woman with a mission and no one to stop her. the 31 year old spent four hours swimming from bremerton to near seattle.
again in the northwest. she is the second foreign cover that -- person to cover that route. johnny football is back in school listed as a recreation parks and tourism sciences major at texas a&m but has a court hearing on his domestic violence case in dallas next week. reporter: for those who don't know, the university of nebraska team lost punter sam foltz in a car accident. they paid tribute by lining up with ten men on the field and taking a delay of game penalty. he lost his life in a car accident on the way back from camp. it was an extremely classy move by the team.
nebraska in a college football game. >> just a horrible tragedy. >> absolutely. >> emotional, for sure. let's turn to weather. reporter: look at the beautiful sunset out there. a few more minutes of daylight left and then we are headed into the evening with clear skies, dry conditions. 99 in scottsdale, upper 90s in good year. here's a look across state, 80s once low and kingman, mid-90s lake havasu. satellite is very quiet. hardly any cloud cover. so many people trying to travel back in to the valley and back into the state today so travel conditions have been very nice. we've had showers and thunderstorms east in new mexico. that's as close as they've been today but our shower, thunderstorm chances will be
you're looking at the satellite composite of hurricane newton. here's the latest, moving to the northwest at 14 miles per hour. it is a category one storm with sustained winds at 85 miles per hour. will don't stay at hurricane strength overnight tonight and is forecast to become a tropical storm as it continues to move to the north and eventually to the northeast as the remnants try to move into arizona. it looks like the remnants will be just south of the valley though we will have moisture move in. the biggest impact and most widespread rain fall looks to be across southeastern arizona. that track could change. rain chances could change for the valley but they're looking slight around 20 to 30%. any showers and thunderstorms will have the potential to produce heavy rain that could be leading to some localized flooding. no watches or warnings to tell you about
we'll keep you up to date on that. 90s tomorrow and mid-to upper 90s after that. 30s in grand canyon. here's your most accusing rat forecast -- accurate forecast, clouds tomorrow, a very slight stray shower chance in the valley. mostly cloudy skies wednesday and thursday. a drop in the highs. rain chances increasing slightly 20 to 30%. isolated rain chances and then up to the triple digits over the weekend. we're keeping our eyes on the gap fire in california. new evacuations near happy camp
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passed away. the role made o'bryant a star as he continued to act through the 1990s. he also founded a youth leadership organization. >> if you're just joining us, your top stories include a pool tragedy in the west valley. a toddler hospitalized at this moment after being pulled out of the water in the west valley. the 2 year old is breathing through a ventilator. the call came from a home near 87th avenue will. >> search off after a boater goes missing in lake pleasant. the man was in the water with friends when they went for a swim. . >> hot spots are the main concern tonight after a blaze at a scrap yard. crews will stay there until they're given the all clear. they give the all clear rather.
of people, there's no reason to appear in a police photo lineup but it may be happening without you knowing. >> plus, a look at a recount process as a race is a nine vote margin. >> sure, gas prices may seem low but not for all drivers. reporter: your forecast is changing a little lit tomorrow. we'll stay in the upper 90s and then changes as moisture moves back in tracking that tropical moisture from hurricane newton. that will bring in slightly cooler highs, some breezes and increasing rain chances for us across the valley. could have pockets of heavy rain though it looks like the
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tonight, the dramatic season finale of "bachelor in paradise" begins. josh: coming into this journey, i was optimistic, but i didn't think that i'd be so madly in love, where i could possibly be proposing. how many times am i gonna see you again? [ laughing ] hopefully never. grant: the seriousness of this day and the fantasy suite, definitely is still a major test in a relationship. jen: tonight is make or break for us. he could lose me if he doesn't open up. i'm, like, just been in panic mode... you're freaking me out. you're freaking me out. carly: today is the day last year that kirk broke up with me. it's a scary place to be back. i'm nervous. why? i'm like really nervous right now. grant: i love lace more than i can even put into words. but she keeps going back and forth. [ sobbing ] and the final cocktail party takes a shocking turn. evan: wells does have a difficult decision to make. he's sort of in a love quadrangle. [ crying ]