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those documents found inside his cell. the tipster told the feds about the plot. michelle was arrested wednesday. her home and work searched for evidence investigators found letters and a checklist of materials that she wanted to get to her husband at both locations. knowing those court document reveals that those recorded conversations she knew her husband had converted to islam and that he was a supporter of isis. this isn't the first time she's gone to bat for her husband. back to you. >> from the live desk, we have one man in critical condition and a shooter some where out there right now. this shooting just happened near 75th avenue and indian school. so far here's what we know about this scene. a man in his 20s walking through his neighborhood when somebody drove by shot him several times in the back. now he's been rushed over to the hospital. and there's still no word on a shooter. police think he may have been
think in any way this is related to the serial street shooter. still authorities are investigating. a crime alert and terrifying ordeal. now a man hadn't underway in mesa where a woman was sexually assaulted. >> reporter: the woman said she had never seen thanks to investigators was able to put this sketch together. police tell me this man had just stepped out of -- police tell me this woman had just stepped out of her home to feed a pet when this man grabbed her and assaulted her in her bedroom. he then took off in a four door sedan. if you recognize this man we urge you to call the silent witness number. you can remain anonymous.
why it took them so long 10 days in this case to put out this safety alert. back to you. brand new information just into the live desk. this is the man who shot two police officers. kirk figueroa just spent time in prison. meantime, in boston, police dispute that was just last night. they say fig to the best -- they say fig to the best -- they say figueroa had a gun. michelle obama says it's personal. the first lady getting emotional on the campaign trail. mrs.obama says she threw out her planned speech and made comments about donald trump
>> i know it's a campaign. but this isn't about politics. it's about basic human decency. >> the first lady never mentioned trump by name but said the tape has taken her to the core in a way she could not have predicted. >> donald trump meantime not backing down while hitting the campaign trail today. he slammed those reports that he groped several women in the past. he's calling it vicious and had this to say in palm beach florida today. >> take a look. you take a look, look at he you tell me what you think. i don't think so. >> he goes on to say we already had substantial evidence to dispute these lies and it will be made public. with that he took the stage in north carolina. roger stone a long time
friend with asange. stone a self-described political hitman denies having any advanced knowledge of that hack. a group taking on sheriff joe arpio taking their message to the street today. they gathered outside the sheriff's office with a huge balloon of arpio in jail clothing. they want him out of office and they're urging the community to vote against him. a judge ruled he violated court orders in a case. got some breaking news. they're headed out to a truck on fire. dps is telling us that this is a petroleum hauler. we're told the tanker is filled with more than 7,000-gallons of fuel. now this is on i10 right near miller road in the westbound lanes. the miller off ramp is closed right now and we have calls to learn more as soon as air five -- news 15 gets over there we're going to bring it to you.
breaking into his girlfriend's house and assaulting her grandmother. he broke in near 13th avenue and camel back. when his exwalked in, she found her grandmother tied up. that 78-year-old has dementia and has not been able to tell investigators where some of those bruises came from. two teens met during a then at some point a fight started and shots were fired. both were hit, they are now recovering in the hospital. he's behind bars but not too many answers tonight. why did a levine man just lose it yesterday. he was scene tearing apart a concrete pillar. when officers tried to talk to him he ran away continuing to throw rocks. when he was finally arrested he
made false statements. he's know facing several charges. now your most accurate forecast. another sunny and warm day here in the valley. that sunshine persisting across much of the state throughout the day. up in the higher terrain and across the north portion section of our state. you can see them coming in from the northwest. but, we are not going to see any rain from this. just a few more clouds coming in at times tomorrow as we continue with a dry forecast. no chances for across the state. the storm track itself staying too far to the north to bring us enough moisture for that. we will continue with above normal temperatures as well. we're going to track them out for you day by day in your seven day forecast. coming up. a sea of supporters paying tribute to a california sergeant shot and killed in the line of duty. hundreds of cars filling the parking lot for deputy steven owen. the deputy was killed while responding to a call.
georgia. investigators still trying to piece everything together in this one. they think a bus slam into a truck when it was stopped in traffic. the bus driver was killed, 43 people on board hurt. they were all heading to a casino in north carolina. it was supposed to be done by next season. but it won't be. we're taking action sorting through the cryptic announcement about sun devil stadium. >> two cars go up in flames but
sexual assault and rape.
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valentine looking for answers on why it won't. >> a source at asu tells us a decision to delay that renovation started about six weeks ago when someone of asu's partners came on board with new ideas. but what those ideas are, the asu very tight lipped. this is what asu's stadium is supposed to look like until now. >> it's a bummer but i guess it's not that big of a deal for me. i'm still going to go to the games i guess. >> reporter: the stadium's east renovation removing is now being redesigned thanks to new technology available. and lessons learned on the west side remodel just finished. >> it already looks nice. i already checked it out. i went to the last game. >> reporter: what the new changes will be no one official will say. >> i think it'll be very beneficial if they actually built in a roof. >> i guess a better student section. >> reporter: app asu
some time to redesign. what all this will add to the price tag the spokesperson says, no clue. an asu spokesperson actually apologized for nothing having more information. some information leaked on the internet they had to scramble and put together a statement they hoped to have more available next week. i'm jason valentine. flames and smoke taking over two no answers as to who's behind it. they say the fire sparked in a carport in deer valley. everyone inside made it out safely while firefighters put out the blaze. police arrested the man from cleveland for calling 911 35 times. and now he's blaming his 4-year- old daughter. >> okay sir, we're going to send police out there and they will arrest you for abusing
your daughter. >> i'm not abusing 911. >> well, you're responsible for your daughter. you need to put the phone up. >> i have took it from her. >> this is the last warning. >> well, the last warning wasn't quite enough. now he's in trouble for more than just the calls because when police went to his house they were drunk and they found drugs. a political controversy over a property tax bill. what's getting so many people fired up about it. whites privilege or just flat out wrong.
i learned as a police officer and a businessman you should never abuse people's trust. unfortunately, today too many politicians either serve their party or themselves, and arizona families suffer. the arizona republic called paul babeu a disgrace. babeu spent $28,000 of taxpayer money at a five-star resort and was questioned by the fbi for using public money to promote himself. o'halleran: i'm tom o'halleran, and i approve this message,
setting off a big political controversy. melissa, the treasurer is accused of now using that money for political purposes. >> this all has to do with this letter that came with your property tax bill. this guy here is not the treasurer. the guy pictured is the guy who wants the treasurer's job. hoskins is stepping up at the end and rosh flora is trying to get the job. now, some property taxpayers say that's giving flora an advantage over his phone the democratic opponent joe down and taxpayer money was used to do it. >> so you do kind of have to wonder if this is supposed to be some sort of formal message from the holder of the treasurer's office.
hoskins? >> we reached out to flor and hoskins several times. in fact, we're still here outside their office. if they want to come down and talk to us. we are also trying to get the answers on how much this the letter cost taxpayers. here's what we ca semi truck on fire. looks like the fire itself is under control. but dps is telling us this was a petroleum hauler. the truck was fueled with 700,000-gallons of fuel. so it's great they have this under control. this was near i10 right near miller road. the miller ramp is currently shut down at this hour. so i want to show you this picture right now. this is where the back up is. so if you have friends or
tonight. give them a call, let them know. a colorado school district facing the heat over a so called white privilege survey. employees asked to score themselves on life experiences based on their race. they're trying to show people their experiences are not the same as others because of their race. the district says the survey is used for diversity training and to address what they call opportunity gaps. college students and binge drinking are usually not the best combo. now police are -- several bars are set to open for that tequila sunrise festival. last year's event ended up costing the city an extra 5,000 bucks in police pay. the plan has been scrapped for the clown lives matter march in tucson this week end. organizers say they got numerous death threats. dozens of people were set to dress in clown gear to prove
after clown related incidents popped up all around the country. they're now planning a charity drive or toy drive instead. seasonal spots are open in sorts centers and customer service in dozens of states. it ends up hiring many of those part timers for full time jobs. millions are still reeling from the aftermath of matthew from the east coast to haiti. hundreds of people have died from that storm. now an international relief effort for victims is entering a new stage. just today a second military ship arrived off of haiti's coast. with u.n. convoys to reach the more isolated communities. food, clean water and construction materials are pouring into the south western peninsula. still many people say they have seen little to no aid so far. it's not just matthew we're
now we're watching nicole very closely. look at this thing just roaring across bermuda today. winds clocked at 150-miles-an- hour. trees snapped. roofs torn off. power knocked off to more than 27,000 customers. this one is intense. >> it is weakening. as it heads farther out to sea. take a look at the monitor. as it continues to weaken, now still a category two storm this hour. and there's bermuda down there. the center of the hurricane off to the northeast of that area. it will continue to move farther out to sea. so it's not going to be a threat to anybody else here. we may see some high winds though i should say high waves and surf along portions of the eastern seaboard. as it kicks up that water and pushes it back. we'll keep a close eye on that. really no mayor impact at all.
keeps all of the impact too far to the north to be felt here in arizona. but we will see some cloud coverage come in at times we're already starting to see some of it in northern western portions of our state. here's going into friday. you can still see some of those rain chances in there but not quite making it to us. our forecast stays dry. just a few clouds tomorrow. starting about midday continuing into the afternoon. 66degrees at 6:00 a.m. 81 at 10:00 and 89 at noon. before we reach those 90s throughout the rest of the afternoon here in th right now 92 degrees is coming off our high of 95. which put us 5 degrees above normal. 81 at 9:00. we'll see the 70s in place till 10:00. we have a few spots in the 80s to the north. anthem as well at 89 degrees. the rest of our cities across the valley, seeing those temperatures in the 90s and we're also tracking the 90s out to the west and southwest at this hour.
for flagstaff, 65 degrees. lows in these spots tonight. window rock will be as close as it gets. tomorrow look for a high of 77. 77 in show low and 77 in prescott. bull head city at 93 and 93 is what we expect down in casa grande as 94 for tempe. queen creek, aj all at 93. 93 in buckeye. for peoria, avondale, glendale and levine. temperatures dropping about a degree a day through the weekend. still above average. and our average dropping down to 89 for tomorrow. we don't have any 80s in the seven day forecast. the 90s are here to stay. we'll get down to 91 on tuesday. but that's as low as we'll go.
we head toward the end of next week. a tangled mess on the phoenix intersection. how this car ended up underneath that semi. >> first here's david muir with the story that's coming up next. >> the deadly police fire fight. the shooter in body armour, officers in critical condition tonight. the new
and massive hurricane we're watching at this hour and michelle obama tonight unleashing on donald
his car right into a street. >> reporter: we have just evidence markers everywhere. in the middle of shattered glass and car parts and i want you to take a look at the car right there. it is just wedged understood beneath that semi -- underneath this semi. they believe this 21-year-old ran the red light. we believe the semi was only going about 30 miles per hour but we're trying to exactly how fast that young man was going. obviously fast enough to get himself wedged underneath that semi. as for this intersection it really took a long time to get it back open because we had to wait for special invest investigators to come out here because they have to deal with
a shooter on i10. but this happened in san antonio. schools were placed on lock down. still no word on whether the shooter will be facing any charges. the man tied to last month's bombing pleading not guilty to several charges including. the 28-year-old rahami made court appearance from his hospital bed. keep in mind, 29 people were injured in those explosions. and he's facing federal charges. all new at 6:00, a chilling uber ride. the encounter one driver will never get. plus a survey turning heads. why it has employees in one school district so upset. and court charges can be very expensive. how to take on a legal fight without going bankrupt. >> if you're headed to the arizona state fair tonight the forecast is looking fantastic
light winds, there's a look hour by hour into the 80s at 7:00 p.m. 87degrees during that hour down to 81 by 9:00 tonight. we'll wake up to the 60s early tomorrow morning. once again as you said getting those kids out the door it's going to be a nice cool morning on the way to school. low to mid-90s just as warm as what we felt out there today and a little above average. as we head into the week end, temperatures drop about a degree a day. average this time of year is 89. we don't have many 80s in the forecast any time soon. seven day coming up at 6:00. >> for days nobody has made the fair weather joke. not even me. >> i got one on twitter i think. >> oh you did.
sheriff paul babeu was headmaster at desisto school in massachusetts. a boarding school rife with abuse. a lot of things went down that probably shouldn't have. this isn't about abuse or neglect, because none of this was found. these records show the state found it, students and parents testified about it, and a judge ordered it to stop. the cornering, the sheeting, i didn't know how to live and function as a normal human being. i'll end with that, thank you so much.
tonight, breaking news. one by one, the women coming forward to accuse donald trump. after that audio of trump on the bus, talking about what he could do to women because he's a star. tonight here, trump's fiery defense. and what he's now saying about one of those women. >> look at her, look at her words, you tell me what you think. i don't think so. >> also tonight, michelle obama on trump. words we have not heard from her before. also this evening, the new and monster hurricane in the east. as we come on the air, already a direct hit on bermuda. the deadly police firefight. the gunman in body armor. officers in critical condition. breaking news here in new york city. the bombings, and tonight, the suspect, for the first time since the moment on the stretcher. and the outrage tonight.