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students. they are looking to get big bucks. what you need to know if you get a phony call. a manhunt for a man accused of running over a teen. and i just asked my colleagues if they drove in with the windows down. everyone said, no, but they could have. >> absolutely could have. maybe tomorrow. heads up if you are not heading out the door just yet. windows down. temperatures will be feeling good. right now at 86 at phoenix sky harbor and we will cool a few more degrees by the time you drive into work in the next couple hours. so, a gorgeous morning and mostly clear skies. overall, valley temperatures in the low to mid-70s in the morning and a few high clouds especially south of the valley but overall, light winds, too, this morning, and by this afternoon, abundant sunshine,
temperatures. we're talking highs only in the 90s tried. i'll show you how hot it will get in your neighborhood and a look at the 7 day in a few minutes. mallory? iris, taking a look at the roads, it looks like a crash or a stall at the mini stack. this is the adot camera. and they either cleared it or it just -- you could stay to the left to get by the issue. let's give you a look at the big map and take a speeds, no slow down. the east valley in from gilbert or mesa take the 60 in, looking good. more on the valley in a few minutes. brand new video in the disgusting attack on our police officers. the suspect, you will see him here, marc payne and he has been officially booked.
guy who intentionally attacked three phoenix police officers. katie conner has been tracking this story since unfolded yesterday and is live from the jail. payne is no stranger to police, katie? >> reporter: that's right, chris, and he intentionally attacked police officers years ago, and that's why he will stay behind bars until his trial. >> i do find that you pose a substantial danger to the community. >> reporter: the judge denied bail after learning in 1997, payne attacked officers in the traffic stop and those officers actually told the court they thought he would do it again and yesterday, he did, driving his car at three officers at a gas station. somesay he was at a black lives matter protest against police that almost shut down i-10 but the leader of black lives matter protests said they have
officers had a right to shoot him but didn't. >> they acted with what i would say class and dig in it i and did the yeoman's job to get to the bottom of what caused this kind of hatred. >> reporter: payne was booked on several charges and will be back in court this week. katie conner, abc15 news. >> katie, thank you. 3 minutes after the top of the hour. a manhunt right now for a man who is suspected of hitting and guy just needs to get off the street. justin pazera, good morning. >> reporter: hey, good morning, dan. he really does need to get off the street. they are calling this guy armed and dangerous. let me tell you what happened. 19-year-old javier gonzalez was on i-17, and we are right where the car was having problems. he was right able to get to the
stopped, terribly sticking out in the road. it's believed that he was hit as he was trying to get his car jumped. dps said that orlando took off in a white truck. police found the truck but are looking for him. take a good look at this car, a gray chevy impala with damage to the right side of the car. dps believes that he might be driving that car this morning. of course, if you see that car or notice him out and about, you need to immediately call 911. justin pazera, abc15. >> justin, thank you. and we are on verdict watch in the trial of a yoga instructor that let boys fondle her during a bar mitzvah, and one boy, more than that. but the defense says that the evidence doesn't stack up. >> we presented a plethora of
case. i have asked in the presentation of this case and the state's presentation of the case that you find her not guilty. >> if convicted, she could face six months behind bars. more money offered to solve a brutal murder, silent witness raising the reward to $2,000 to find more in the death of an 84- year-old man stabbed in a fitness facility parking they have no substantial leads in the nearly month-long investigation. pay up if you want your daughter back, a terrifying phone call one mom got. thankfully, that woman's daughter was in class at asu at the time. but mom who lives in california said that the caller said her daughter witness aid murder and they were demanding ransom murder. officerssay in a scam like
t the loved one, through social media, texting or calling through another phone. >> scammers often find information about you through social media. so it's important to check the privacy settings. take a look at your screen. theysay this man is responsible for panic on the nau campus. policesay that he fired an empty bb gun and threatened to hurt himself. this prompted an alert for students to shelter in place, police say more may come from the case and are looking into this, dan. ahwatukee residents will be getting together at the pecos community center this evening at 6:30 to discuss safety in the neighborhood. donald trump has made
fond of our state but that he loves the desert southwest. i spoke with rick cline why that could spell bad news for the emerging businessman. >> you see a different america up for grabs against a more traditional expectation around this, and that's what donald trump has to hope on. if we are talking about arizona on election night, it will be a long and bad night for trump. >> if election day less of months away, you can catch up with the races with a new show on abc15, the race. it airs sunday nights at 11:00 after abc 15 news at 10:00. the time now, 5:07, an unthinkable loss for a other in surprise losing not one but two daughters to a drunk driver. how the community is trying to come together for love and support. and a wild police chase,
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we have made it to wednesday and this morning, off to a great start across the valley. the sun doesn't come up until 6:11 with the mostly clear skies, and that's the feeling as you step outside and you'll feel the temperatures in the 70s. phoenix sky harbor, down to 79 degrees at this hour, and if you look at temperatures around the valley, we have a lot of mid-70s, too. glendale, 75, and deer valley, good morning, coming in at 74 and 76 in mesa. the winds are lighter this morning compared to what we felt yesterday. so far, between 5 and 10 miles per hour across the valley, and
the strong winds yesterday is pushing to the northeast and not moving into our state but as it pushes further away, the winds will lighten up. only out of the west at 5 to 15 miles per hour this afternoon and in the valley, gusts in the high country near 35 miles per hour at times but no alerts for the winds today. it's 79 now and today's high, 97. i'll tell you how long we have the 90s in the forecast. most spots in the still light but we have a crash right at the mini stacks. 51 southbound to the i-10, that ramp was blocked off. trying to get to i-10, the smart route, hop off the 51 at mcdowell and take 16th street to i-10 to get around that. let's give you a quick look at the adot camera of the crash, blocking the ramp. dps said you will see the car facing the wrong direction but
just a crash they are trying to get cleared, dan. sometimes t feels like the ads are bombarding you from all sides. too many. >> what would you like to see instead? that's the question? how would you fix the problem? you can cover them all up with pictures of kittens. that's exactly what is happening right now in london. you can see them right here in the staring at you. the campaign has started on monday and has raised $26,000 to make 68 ads at the station atmosphere, and in place, photos of stray cats from two rescue groups. >> collectively, commuters have to be less stressed. even the most talented fighter pilots have to have close calls. and the chilling video and how technology came to the rescue
function started going up. that's why luke air force base, as many of you know, is a training base for the f-16, and just chills, danielle. >> and what it takes to fly those, too. did you see this video all over the abc15 facebook page? a man stealing a semi and taking california police on a wild ride. a person who trains truck drivers in the valley thinks that the semi thief has experience. we showed darlene wisenberger who trains truck drivers in phoenix. here is why she thinks the driver knows what he was doing. she said it's too tough to take a u-turn in a truck and take it through the mountains if you have got no experience. >> i would say he definitely knew what he was doing and going down the road and looked like he was hitting all the gears because he was going
surrendered peacefully. he was identified as james eldridge. the gazebo where tamir rice was killed will be removed. he was shot and killed while holding a bb gun in 2014 by police. a chicago arts organization is planning to display the gazebo. it has become protest movements of k the killing of black men by police. and police are trying to figure out why a heart, yes, an organ, was left in a baggie in the middle of the field. an ambulance crew parked at a gas station came across the heart in a ziploc bag with some type of a preservative, in good condition and no indication it was part of a violent crime.
can't make that up. a vote on whether to legalize recreational pot. if that happens, more people could be driving while high but police have a new weapon. it's a device that tests the driver's breath for marijuana instead of relying on saliva or blood. >> on the breath it stays for a brief period of unlike saliva or blood or urine where what you did last weekend still shows up, in breath, it doesn't. only for a few hours. >> the machine is the first to be tested by law enforcement roadside and hopes to have the breathalyzer available next year. let's talk about your most accurate forecast this morning. yesterday, we tracked storms again across the state but this morning, all is dry across the valley and across arizona,
conditions. as we go through today, there is still a chance for storms but look at the storm threat area. it's in the green and along the eastern border of the state. the rest of us, all in the clear as we get drier air in here. not expecting storms in the valley. that's for sure. you will notice high clouds off to the south with show low, globe, and casa grande, some of them here in the metro area but no rain from the clouds at least in the valley this morning and once we go through the day, the out with clear skies and abundant sunshine in the afternoon. watch futurecast. putting it into motion and nothing but sunny skies over the next 12 hours, over the next 24 hours and even through the end of the week things staying sunny and clear as we get drier air in here. i don't have any storm chances through the next 7 days for the valley forecast. the high count rye will see a slight chance for storms
a slight chance of storms in the white mountains. the rest of the state looking clear, and 84, the temperature by 9:00 a.m. and then warming into the 90s, 95 by 2:00 and at 4:00 as your kids are getting out of school, 96. no 100s anywhere mallory? iris, the crash here has cleared up, and no extra delays because of that crash, and taking a look at the big picture, quiet on the 101 and maybe taking the 101 southbound in the west valley, a 10-minute deserts drive time so very light traffic from grand avenue as you are approaching i-10. but i can tell you that the 10
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watch his hot and her -- you have to say it that way -- it helps him out. there you have it. guys, as you are getting ready to head out the door, mostly clear skies and dry roads, too. but we'll talk about the temperatures you'll feel today next. and the drive is starting to pick up on i-10. here's a look at 75th avenue with slowing here. we'll take a look at the drive times. and an bad burn. this could happen to you, too. a warning with a popular product coming up. and a home goes up in flames and the person believed to be responsible, sitting outside, drinking a beer and
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for arsonists, and now, they are taking action. what people in this valley neighborhood are doing trying to catch this fire starter. plus, new video just in of a man who tried to run over three police officers. what he told a judge coming up. it's a tragedy that can be prevented but how do you talk to your kids about gun safety? we'll tell you the person you need to have a conversation with first.
thank you for starting your day with us. a lot of you are probably getting ready to head out the door. what can we expect weather wise? mostly clear skies and the roads will be dry as you drive into work and another day in the 70s. low 70s, chandler, 71, and 75 in glendale and mesa, and deer valley, good morning, waking up to 74. a nice and the no 100s in sight. good news there. deer valley in the low 90s this afternoon and 96 in chandler. we'll talk about storm chances and whether we'll see any across our state next. mallory? iris, so far on the roads, we just have minor delays on the 10 in the west valley. take a look. about a 15-minute desert driver time, eastbound i-10 and starts at 75th where the delays start. and by the time you hit 67th,
time takes you to the mini stack. as you are approaching i-17, the stack and mini stack, no problems. remember the crash state route 51? that's clearing out. no extra slowing because of it, but we'll take a look at loop 202 coming up. all new this morning, video of marc payne, the man police say attacked three police officers with his car. katie katie? >> reporter: dan, the judge denied his bail saying that he is too dangerous for the community. take a look at this video. payne walks up and slumps in front of the judge, almost as if he couldn't keep his eyes open. surveillance video is making national news as it shows payne basically stalking the officers and then accelerating right into them with his car. one of the officers is sent 20 feet up in the air.
payne made no mention of the crash. he avoided eye contact which clearly frustrated the judge. >> i need for you to please stand up straight and give me your name and date of birth. mr.payne, would you stand up, please? thank you. >> reporter: payne is facing several charges and will be back in court next week. back to you guys. >> katie, thank you, and sadly, attacks on police officers are not we did some digging, and in 2014, the number was going down but still. hundreds upon hundreds each year attacked on the job, danielle. and police officers were hurt in another crash university but will be okay. they were in their patrol car when they were collided with a white pickup. one of the officers did have to go to the hospital but we are
serious. he will be okay. the search is on for the man who hit and killed a drive on i-17. this morning, we are learning more about who the driver is. so we go to the abc15 live drive and justin p azera, and you have information on who people need to keep an eye out for. >> reporter: you really do need to keep an eye out for the car, and it's possible that the suspect is driving this monday, a 19-year-old was driving down i-17 like we are when he started having car problems. he got over to the right-hand side and was trying to jump his car when police say he was hit by this vehicle. dps believes that this guy right here, he is the one that hit the 19-year-old as he was trying to get his car jumped. dps said that he took off at the in a white truck.
truck but are now looking for suspect possibly in a gray chevy impala. you have to notice there is damage on the right sunday side of the car. so dps believes he might be driving this car even possibly this morning. they are considering him armed and dangerous. so if you see that car, you need to call 911 right away. justin pazera, abc15. mother. for the second time, her daughter dead because of an accused drunk driver. i believe this is the wrong video here. but the 20-year-old alexis was killed in a crash yesterday in surprise and we brought you the story yesterday. alexis's mom said she lost another daughter years ago because of the same thing, unbelievable, and she doesn't know how she will move forward now. >> i wouldn't want to see any other parent go through this
nights are probably the worst, the worst time for us. you realize she is not coming home and her room is right next to mine. and it's not gonna happen. >> wow. two daughters lost to drunk drivers. as for the driver accused of this, they are still in the hospital in serious condition. he was not identified. 5:35, and a valley pastor behind bars accused of using his position to hold control over children dates back decades. jose morales leads the church near 27th avenue and indian school and a handful of victims laying out what they say were the attacks. they told phoenix police all about it. 1 girl, a child bride said she married morales when she was 10 years old and was already pregnant in her teens. policesay that the exact number of victims has not been
and guns, a dangerous conversation. parentssay that doctors should offer advice with gun safety, and parents with guns stored at home were less likely to want the advice from the doctor. a chandler neighborhood burned by a series of suspicious fires taking action to protect themselves now. several people near mcclintock and chandler, the they have home surveillance cameras because of half a dozen suspicious fires in their neighborhood that we reported on in the last month. >> nothing is going to happen on my property without being picked up by the possession -- motion sensors on the camera. >> that homeowner is obviously asking us to shieldidentity,
identity. policesay if you have any information, please give them a call. neighbors say that saw a woman in a home before flaps -- flames got out of control. the homeowner was away on business. the 44-year-old woman was staying in the house after her own trailer burned down. witnesserssay that she was smiling and drinking a beer as she watched the flames. propane tank in the home but said she wasn't to blame. dan, breaking news. listen to this. the wall street journal journal is reporting that liberatarian party's gary johnson will appear on election ballots in all first states. this is a big deal because it marks the first time in more than two decades a third party presidential ticket has
that is just now being reported as we talk about your voice and your vote. now, let's talk about your forecast with iris hermosillo. chris, we are not seeing the daylight. or rather, the sun has not come up yet but we are seeing light as the sun approaches the horizon. here is the view and you can see for yourself. it's all clear and you the silhouette of camelback mountain, too. if you want to go hiking this morning, the sun comes up officially at 6:11. if you want to head out early, it's not a bad idea. temperature wise, it's feeling good, too. 79 at phoenix sky harbor, and here's how the warm up happens. the temperature drops further at 6:00 a.m. and it will warm after that and at 8:00, back to 80 degrees and stay in the 80s through 10:00, 11:00 before the 90s set in.
time to get out to the mountain or trails, wherever you want to head out. and the 90s set in and we'll stay in the 90 this is afternoon. yesterday, we hit my forecast of 98 and today i think we hit 97 around 3:00 and that puts us below the 30-year average of 101. and winds were an issue yesterday, fairly light across the valley now. we'll talk about what to expect when it comes to the winds an the 7-day forecast next. mallory? iris, i am seeing more slow and go on i-10 in the west valley at 83rd avenue where you see the brake lights and take you to i-17, on and off slowing there. but in scottsdale, we have a crash on surface streets. we have a crew to the scene. hayden at osborne is where you could see restrictions. 101 true scottsdale, no delays,
that's northbound until shea boulevard. the 202 in the area there, very light traffic off the the 101 at mcclintock. dan? 20 minutes until the top of the hour, and as you wake up, a new attack from russian hackers targeting some of our olympic heroes. the private medical information they are revealing to try and taint their victory. we already galaxy note 7 has an issue but coming up, the samsung model that did this to an asu student. and we have information on
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dune shot. the forecast is on the way but first to the abc15 live desk. dan, the nfl is taking action on head injuries. more action i should say and player safety focusing on this. the league will commit $60 million to improving helmets and $40 million for five years for medical research, mainly neuro science. commissioner roger goodell placed an open web announcing this $100 million initiative. keep in mind, though, all this come as there is a $1 billion settlement and lawsuits making their way through the courts now, danielle. chris, a new safe space for dementia patients and caregivers starts today, the memory cafe, and people with remain socially active and get connected to programs and resources.
program to make the city the first dementia friendly city in the state. the cafe information on the scene. one asu student said it's not the recalls samsung note 7 phone that gave him trouble. >> i smelled a burning smell, thought it was my computer at first but it was the intense burning sensation hit my thigh. >> what a patel has a galaxy s 6 and it exploded in his pocket. that's his leg, folks. he pulled his pants as fast as he could but was left with the burn and he was glad that the phone was screen-side down and stopped the battery side from hitting his leg first when it exploded. samsung is investigating this case and that phone and they are trying to help him as best as they can.
olympians simone biles and serena williams, the victims of hack attacks from the group fancy bears, posting the confidential medical info, we are told the suspects hackers, russians from the anti-doping agency and they said that the players used medication in the prohibited drug list but they therapeutic use. and biles went on social media to say she used the medicine for her adhd. the international olympic committee is condemning the attacks but the russian government is to the saying anything. and new safety measures could be on the set of dancing with the stars after two protesters ran up to ryan lochte. they were wearing anti-lochte t- shirts and were arrested on
trespassing. and a spokesman for the show said they are reviewing security changes. arlington national cemetery will change their security procedures. anyone going through will have to go through security and peds will only be allowed to enter asset access points in response to two significant recent attacks, whiched. this is a big change but necessary. still a great place to visit if you can. which parent looks forward to the talk? more parents better pay attention to sexual education in the classroom saying it's not productive. researchers found many schools do not consistently teach practical information. they don't have the practical information contraceptives or
and they found the schools ignored gay and transgender issues and they teacher with a negative tonight. a big step towards better health practices with an army of germ-zapping robots. take a look at this video. pretty cool much the robots will kill germs and bacteria on hospital surfaces. the va is the first hospital in arizona to time now for your most accurate forecast as we wake up to mostly clear skies and a temperature of 79 degrees. the sunrise at 6:11 in case you got plans around sunrise this morning. and i want to point out our winds, too. yesterday, we were feeling breezes this time in the morning and right now, the winds are lighter out of the east northeast at 5 miles per hour in the phoenix metro and lighter, really, across the state. even in the high country, the
10 miles per hour and stronger at lake havasu but nowhere near as strong yesterday morning and in the afternoon. overall, the winds will be lighter today as the storm system with the winds will slip to the northeast and it will help to lighten up the winds cross the state. as we look at futurecast, notice we'll still have some breezes in the northern pocket of our state and northeast iz will be lighter than yesterday and we don't have any alertings up north because of the winds. in the valley, breezes between 5 and 15 miles per hour. a few high clouds outside there that you will see as you head out but plan on drier conditions today. as the storm system gets further away it's pushing in drier air with a slight chance of storms in the eastern half of the state and the white mountains.
high temperatures will make it in the upper 90s today and guess what? we keep the 90s in the forecast for saturday before the triple digits return. we'll talk more about the uv concerns for today next. iris, i told you about a crash in scottsdale a couple of minutes ago at osborne and our crew just arrived on the scene, so we have live pictures. it's blocking part of the roadway, and we are hearing it's a are trying to prop up part of the car there. i don't have too many details but it's a spot to avoid. instead of hayden, scottsdale road is an option and i-10 eastbound at jack rabbit trail, i don't think this is blocking traffic but something to look out for and it could add to the minor slowing. in the valley, things really
a look between 83rd and 75th where you see this. just slow and go there and takes you to i-17 and we'll give you a look at i-17 in a minute, chris. mal reerks -- mallory, i want to update you on lipped see road at mcdowell. nothing to worry about, but mesa police officers are saying they are serving a search warrant involving burglary. we have had a few people asking pee ask -- me what is happening. all right, chris, thank you, and looking for a lunch buddy? the app that will keep from you eating alone. the man who tried to run over three phoenix police officers just appeared in court. what we are learning about his
here's a paraplegic. and he set off in august 2014 and is sleeping only in a tent or his chair. he wants people with physical challenges like him to be treated like anyone else. he hopes to wrap up the epic journey in six months. >> 1 word about that journey, awesome, danielle. very cool. chandler police are taking action to help a little girl in need and raising money to buy a customized bike for leah. she has autism and is non- verbal. they are teaming up with the family to buy the bike 72 the insurance would not cover the cost of the bike because it's not considered durable and the fundraiser they are doing is to purchase her a special bike to ride with her family and strengthen her core. >> they will present the bike to leah on sunday in chandler. there will be an event for special needs kids, a great effort by all involved.
friends in a school cafeteria a piece of cake. the sit with us app allows kids to declare themselves ambassadors so others can join them, anyone seeking company. they are invited to join the ambassador's table. fall officially begins in just a little over a week but this week, we actually get a taste of more fall-like temperatures. the most accurate forecast is still ahead. the drive on i 17 is picking up, and we have delays in the west valley coming up. and a manhunt right now for the man accused of hitting and killing a teen. we'll show you the suspect's description coming up. and breaking news into the abc15 desk happening right now. a civil suit has been filed in the freeway shooter case. this is brand new and we're
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and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? this is the video that shocked us all, a guy trying to run over three phoenix police officers. coming up, brand new video of the suspect. he is be accused of hitting and killing a teen.
him for three days. how you can help. and taiwan is suffering from a super typhoon. the storm threat there, far from over but right now, breaking news here. a civil suit has been filed in the freeway shooter case. we're breaking that down as the information is just coming in. >> we'll get to a lot of that. but weather, now, and iris, i put off mowing my lawn? if you can for the next couple days. a lot of folks have to get out the door here. mostly clear skies and roads are dry. temperature wise, not so bad sitting right at 77 degrees and you may even want to roll the windows down as you are heading into work this morning. now, the temperatures will gradually warm, back in the 90s by lunchtime and clear skies in