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i would like to promise and pledge to all of my voters and supporters and to all of the people of the united states that i will totally accept the results of this great and historic presidential election if i win. >> you have to listen closely to that basically saying he will only accept the election results if he wins. it doesn't say anything about accepting them if he doesn't. that is a major point of contention following last night's debate. at one point and moderator chris wallace to wait and see. clinton called it, quote, horrifying. jeff flake also tweeting his displeasure with that.
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mccain until now, justin has more on that. >> less than two hours ago mccain releasing this statement using his own experience with defeat in the 2008 election saying in part, i didn't like the outcome of the 2008 election but i had to do -- a concession isn't just an exercise it is graciousness, an act of respect for the will of the american people. a respect that is every americans leaders first responsibility. >> right now switching gears a man try to kidnap a four-year- old girl. >> it happened at home and gila bend southwest of the valley. megan thompson is in that area. what can you tell us? >> reporter: it was right here in side this suv it all went down. the creep approaching when dad went inside to change for dinner. he came in the passenger side of the door. completely unresponsive to the mothers
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and grabbed for the four-year- old in the backseat. >> mom began screaming and scaring the guy off. little girl was safe because she was trapped in. dad chased the creep into the desert. the little girl is constantly crying every time mom or dad leave her side. >> she keeps telling me the guys going to give me. she's pretty scared. >> i don't want that guy to get away. he could go out really hurt a kid. i don't want no mom or father or anybody to feel the way that we felt, scared. >> reporter: the suspect is described as hispanic or native american male, 20-30 years old with a thin build wearing a brown shirt, blue sweatpants and it will have. if you have information his contact mcso. right now long lines outside the phoenix convention center to hear michelle obama speak. the doors getting ready to open in about 30 minutes. the first lady using her power
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for hillary clinton. this is starting around 2:00. you can watch it on our abc 15 app. we will be streaming alive. with just 19 days until the election it is back on the campaign trail for the candidates. donald trump in ohio for a rally. both he and hillary clinton will be speaking tonight at offered smith memorial dinner in new york. both candidates will give keynote speeches and have the opportunity fructus president obama is campaigning for clinton. he is in miami right now. this is a live look at him attending a private roundtable for the democratic governors association. the president discussing be a court -- affordable care act. >> candidates did not hold anything back for the second time. they did not shake hands at the start, no go at the end either. the tackled the economy, immigration, emails and russia. at one point trump called clinton a nasty woman.
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putin's public. we're talking with cokie roberts about some of the fallout from last night's debate and where the campaigns go from here. let's talk about the most accurate forecast. we have abc 15 desert doppler with radar going up right now. pretty clear across the skies. let's look at the temperatures. most of us in the 80s right now. it will only get warmer from here. if you have a chance to get out and he outdoors idea. 88 in glenn dale and deer valley. pollen levels moderate today. here's a look at where we will top today. 97. pretty toasty. coming up, we will break them attempts hour by hour your -- are by hour and show you when we'll get some relief. new information about it shooting in phoenix. a daylong argument caused all of this. authorities say the suspect
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the victim remains in critical condition. raking overnight, two people in the hospital after a wrong-way crash on the i-17 the vehicle going the wrong way was a gold minivan. it drove northbound in the southbound lanes, side swiping and other vehicle and then spinning out of control. the driver of that van was taken to the hospital. impairment is likely a factor. a crash or 27th avenue. in northern. the motorcyclist involved in this is in serious condition. according to police the other driver did not stick around. police say someone was able to get a license plate number for that vehicle. a store clerk held up by a man with a creepy mask in scottsdale. that guy is on the run right now. police say the robber was armed with a hatchet when he demanded money from the clerk at a super pumper store near thompson.
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road. he got the cash and took off. call scottsdale pd if you have any info. a big sigh of relief in ahwatukee. police arrested this man, men will torres, accused of recording women in the dressing room at a party city store. one woman reported what she saw to the store manager. torres was a store employee. he denies any wrongdoing. speak in phoenix a man is rushed to the hospital with serious injuries after being stabbed. we are told we can learn his name and a little all of this happened in an alley near 40th avenue. in buckeye. police tell us the guys had an argument and that is when one stabbed the other. the phoenix city council is cracking down on animal hoarding. it's a problem we see too often . not everybody is on board with the city's plan. >> the amendment is not acceptable. the ordinance would impact the program we are running in the services we are providing to phoenix if the amendment is adopted as drafted.
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illegal to have 10 or more animals in conditions that aren't suitable. that does not include caring for outdoor or feral cats. the council pushed back its vote on body cameras for the phoenix police department until november 2. the multibillion- dollar proposal would add up to 1000 body cameras for police officers. arizona saying it will not use a sedative modesto laminate in future executions even if it finds a new that is a promise made in court as the case protesting how our state areas of the death penalty continues. a lawsuit claims a sedative cannot ensure condemned inmates won't feel pain. right now executions are on hold until the lawsuit is resolved. two guys been pursuits in western arizona to tell you about. both of these involved with drugs. these are pictures just in. a driver fleeing on i-10 crashed in life and inside the vehicle they found almost 150 pounds of
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and cash. voter fraud and intimidation. is a possible here? should people be scared to cast their ballots ahead does cast their ballots? election officials sound off. door-to-door scam you have to know about. do you believe donald trump when he says he will not concede if he loses the election? yes, he means it? no, he is just blowing smoke. up and abc by clicking
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look - i supported joe arpaio for a lot of years... but lately, he spends so much time on tv or in court defending himself that he's not doing his job. he failed to serve warrants for violent crimes. he didn't even investigate when children were molested. and lawsuits against him have cost taxpayers over one hundred forty two million dollars. we need a new sheriff whose top priority is keeping our community safe. that's why this year, i'm voting for paul penzone. if you're ready to get out and vote our elections officials are saying don't get intimidated. a firebombing of a political office, a bomb threat at a gop office locally is scary but nobody should be frightened. that's coming from helen purcell, the head of maricopa county elections. with talk of
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they are concerned that some voters might get spooked on election day. >> education is the answer. we want to make sure that all of the polls come all of the voting, all of the ballot counting happens in a transparent way. expected gop and the democrats will have poll observers there on election day to watch and report any problems to state party leaders. maybe you're skipping the long lines and turning in an early ballot. you are not alone. officials tell us about 100,000 mail in ballots have been turned in. they expect a huge wave of ballots to come in now that the final debate is over. courteous drivers thinking they might be doing a favor.
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allegations against pinal county sheriff paul babeu. accusations of widespread abuse at a massachusetts private school. she is sick of hearing sheriff paul babeu lie. allegations of abuse of power. another headache, the fbi has subpoenaed records. lawsuits regarding abuse and neglect. questions of babeu's integrity. new page of controversy. a question of judgment. ultimately voters are going to have to decide if he's the type of candidate they want in congress.
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happy to finally be back in phoenix. that's exactly how some southwest passengers are feeling after their flight from seattle was forced to turn back after something cracked the planes windshield. >> we were watching a movie and had our headsets and. i looked out the window and said we're going back to seattle. >> they told us the windshield was broken. >> shattered. >> that was scary. >> many of the people on the flight flying in for sunday's cardinals game against the seahawks. southwest says nobody was hurt and there were no other issues with the plane. a safety alert. guys trait -- guys pretending
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tremors -- treat tremors showed that out home claiming they needed to trim some trees away from power lines in the backyard. richard and linda norman say the men pushed their way in, scoped the house for things to take. >> while the normans were trying to get them into leave their 10-year-old great-grandson took action grabbing the phone to call 911 after my asked for an identification. i heard a scream. it was my grandpa's screen. i knew that something was really wrong. >> he has a right to be worried. police did not get there in time to make any arrests. they are now warning others to be on the lookout for these fake tree trimmers. three criminals targeting pot -- -- tree
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>> if you're in a rush you probably not paying attention. this car behind me that you have allowed access into your building -- >> the best advice is to pull forward far enough to get to the gate but wait until it closes so only people with clearance can get through behind you. our sister station in denver seeing a number of problems with this. they went around town to see how long some dates take too close. in some cases it can take as long as 45 seconds. today let joe the road to copy. >> were talking attorneys, 25 experts at tempe marketplace to take your questions. joe ducey, it's good to have you with us. it is a great opportunity for people to get out and get their questions answered. >> we get probably 300 complaints a week from people. a lot of people are frustrated because they are on the phone and talking to people and get hung up on. this is an opportunity for people to talk one-on-one with people.
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hundred people. issues involving landlord tenants, hoa, car problems., and out and talk to these guys. how much does it talk -- does it cost to talk to an attorney? a couple of hundred dollars. you get like 15 minutes with these guys for free. >> i would imagine paperwork is key. you have to bring some stuff. >> we need proof, the paper trail that it's actually an issue. if you have it, i it, you have piles of stuff, don't we live in but bring it in in a backpack or something. show the experts. this is your chance to hash these things out. it is 5:00 to 8:00 tonight at the tempe marketplace. bring as much proof as you have so you get the opportunity to talk about any issue that's out there. >> are there certain complaints you see more of? >> landlord-tenant. people don't get deposit >>, can't get things fixed in
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rights about if they can move out or go to a hotel forget that reimbursed. yo-yo financing involving cars were you drive off the -- drive off the lot with a car and you don't get the financing and in the keep your money. >> when is it? >> 5:00 p.m. tonight until 8:00 p.m. at tempe market place district stage. >> we have everything on abc one in the entire world. believe me, i have seen a lot. >> go ahead. >> he is talking about this. it is the tallest fresh-cut christmas tree in arizona. seems like it's early but it was delivered to the anthem outlets this morning all the way from northern california. >> parents and kids got up early to watch the delivery. >> i'm going to drink hot chocolate. >> [ singing ]
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there. take a look at all of the hard work it took to stand up that tree. that is 75 feet high. it will take more than two weeks to decorate it. >> we sped that up. >> that makes sense. there will be a lighting ceremony november 12. they are still working hard. >> maybe not quite that fast. [ laughing ] that was amazing. still a little warm to feel like the holidays. >> the little girl was talking about hot chocolate. i don't think you need any hot chocolate right now. >> this morning it was a little bit cooler. giving away to warm temperatures this afternoon. 87 right now. the humidity has dropped a lot. this morning when i got in we were in the 30s. now we are in the single digits. duke point is low, 17 degrees
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out the next couple of days. we are seeing a lot of wind. the speed is kicking up. you will feel it, 14 miles an hour at sky harbor. these are the current temperatures. a lot of us in the 80s. 80 mesa. 85 scottsdale. 88 deer valley. some of the other spots haven't updated the registers but they are at pretty warm. 87 sky harbor. the wind speed has kicked up a lot in the last 30 minutes so. close to 20 miles an hour at mesa falcon. 10 miles an hour to the north of us. to the west valley wind speeds 10 miles an hour right now. we are seeing stronger wind imparts a bullhead city where we have a red flag warning going into place today. we are seeing stronger wind anne gust to the north of us and we will see of those day strong thoughout the day today. in the valley we could see though sustained winds up to 20 miles an hour throughout the
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miles an hour. i have seen some of the valley cameras shaking from the wind. they will be stronger up north. looking at the red flag warning, not affecting most of the state but still something to know and it is in the northwestern part of the state. the thursday forecast is warm today. popping -- topping out at 97. in the meantime, 97 index at a six. that puts us in the high category. air quality is good with no weather alerts or storm chances today. the forecast, as far as temperatures, the breakdown looks like this. 95 degrees by 2:00. 97 by 4:00. getting into the evening time you can still see we will be warm. still at 82 by 8:00. looking for mild evenings. the forecast high across the
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we will be about 10 degrees above that today. 95 in apache junction 96 in chandler 97 in maricopa and peoria 96 in glenn dale and i have been -- levine. clear skies throughout the day and overnight. overnight lows in the 60s, upper 50s. that is warmer than where we should be for this time of year . the overnight lows will only continue to get over the next few days as the warm days with us in the valley for the date time high. across the state getting chilly in spots like flagstaff the grand canyon even kingman into the 50s. the next seven days you can see staying with us. 96 tomorrow with breezes. through the weekend breezes will die down but the heat will stay here. we won't see 80s and tell tuesday. monday and tuesday both ringing in slight rain
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to track that with us. we talk about the warm up in the overnight lows. 72 tomorrow morning. the same place a chama couple lost their lives this time a hero came to the rescue on a san diego bridge. what happens, a problem with your travel plans. you'll be shocked sexual assault and rape. out-of-control corrections officers arrested. but not one served a day of time. sweetheart deals, because, with county attorney bill montgomery,
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there's a better choice -- diego rodriguez, a career prosecutor who believes in tough sentences for violent crime and equal justice under the law. vote for diego rodriguez.
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sidewalk shock. some people lucky enough to have a three car garage with plenty of space for cars. not be andrews family. they have lived in their home for 43 years. they have always parked a car in the driveway. that is until last week when they got a little surprised from the city of san diego. >> we were like what is this?
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we never have had this issue before. >> they got a big tickets for parking in the driveway because parts of the car is apparently on the public sidewalk. the san diego website makes it clear you can't park on the sidewalk. michelle's questioning a lot of this after four decades at the house. she is asking why the sudden enforcement? why not a warning? i have a feeling it's going to take a while to hash that one out. >> a , that never was and customer service will always be a terrible memory. >> in los angeles woman wrote a negative review of expedia after a bad experience and then she says this happened. >> i'm like unbelievable. i wonder if i wrote a review, today's later my flight is canceled with an a few on top
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experience on facebook. expedia executives contacted her and rebooked her flight at no cost. >> to be season is over. now what? we will look at some of the fallout from the final debate between clinton and trump and where the campaign goes from here. no clues for months.
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news. a man is lodged halfway in a pipe in a transformer in gila bend. that transformer is shut off. the worker is saying he is fine but he is stuck. ar-15 is on the way to the scene as soon as they get their we will bring you does live pictures. that is it. the debate season is over. now it's time for action. karen travers gives us a look at the fireworks between clinton and trump during their final debate. >> incredible, statement. donald trump asked if he will accept the results of the election. >> i will gathered at the time. i'm not looking at anything now. i will look at it at the time. >> when push trump still wouldn't commit. >> i will keep you in suspense. >> hillary clinton -- >> that is horrifying. he is denigrating. is talking down our democracy and i am appalled. >> reporter: the debate began with a serious conversation
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started. clinton slamming trump as a sore loser. >> there was even a time when he didn't get an emmy for his tv program three years in a row and he started tweeting at the emmys were rigged. >> i should have gotten it.>> reporter: and explosive exchange about trump's relationship vladamir putin. >> everything i see has no respect for this person. >> that's because he'd rather have a puppet as president. >> no puppet. >> it's pretty clear. >> you are the "puppy picks" >> reporter: still getting a ton of traction and social media distinct from trump in the final seconds. >> what we want to do is replenish >> such a nasty woman. >> reporter: the debate was trump's last opportunity to ship -- to shift the race. >> these are like pitstops in a nascar race. he has to catch-up in the middle of the pitstop. he's not caught up in any of those and now he has 19 laps left in this and she is far ahead. >> hillary clinton is off the
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campaigning for her. president obama is in florida. vice president biden in new hampshire and the first lady is in arizona. >> donald trump wasting no time getting back on the campaign trail. he rushed back to ohio for a rally that just wrapped up. he told supporters that if he is elected he will use the government to fend off any threats to american jobs. we have cokie roberts here i have to ask you, after lights -- last night's debate what was your take? it seems like it started pretty focused on the issues and then things kind of went all over. what did you take away? >> that has happened in all of the debates. donald trump advisors keep saying to him what you need to do in this debate is to be presidential and disciplined and calm and talk about the issues. he does that for about
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and then all of a sudden he goes off. you never quite know what to expect. once he has decided he doesn't want to be that person anymore and he wants to let -- let trump be trump anything can happen. that was the case last night. >> one of the big things people are talking about today is him saying you're not committing to accepting the results of this presidential election. now he is saying he will, but only if he wins. do you think that does anything at all for him or his -- or his campaign? >> having fun with it. john mccain said the important thing, which was this is something that is simply not done in american politics. he didn't enjoy conceding to barack obama in 2008, but that he knew it was important because he had a responsibility to the american people. it is extraordinary, to put it mildly, for donald trump to
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something that should be shocking to the american people. >> for any of those undecided voters who may be to get last night trying to get a better gauge and who they wanted to vote for do you think trump or hillary, did either of them appeal to of those undecided voters or do you think it was just the same as the last couple of debates? >> i don't think there are and eight -- and inside -- undecided voters. if they are the not likely to vote. i think there are some people who are leaning one way or the other night to see if there was a reason that they could go ahead and vote for donald trump because they are republicans or because they are conservatives and they don't like hillary clinton. he didn't give them any reason to go for him last night. he gave his supporters a lot of excitement and a lot of reasons to continues to support him. he did nothing to reach out to new voters. delivery clinton did neither.
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ahead. her job is not necessarily to reach out to new voters, her job is to get her voters to the polls. >> thank you for sharing your insight with us. >> reporter: the big races we're watching is for maricopa county sheriff. paul perkins own share -- challenging joe arpaio. pin zone may be able to take the win according to a new poll. paul perkins own leading the polls by nearly 15 points. still undecided. the polls, this was taken after the justice department announced it would pursue criminal charges against arpaio. tonight is your chance to get educated about the issues facing arizona. . the details are right on your screen. it starts at 6:00. 6:00 on the san tan valley campus of central arizona college.
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that horrifying and distressing call coming from the sister of a man shot and killed by serial street shooter. phoenix police releasing does 911 calls harping is hoping to spark new light to seven people killed. the reward to catch the skies up to $75,000. if you have any information call silent witness at 480 witness. looking at headlines across the country with ties to arizona. police in san diego dealing with another possible dui crash on the coronado bridge. in a cb rolled over on a freeway transition ramp. that impact throwing the driver into the backseat. his life just may have been saved thanks to a
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>> he opened the doors and put in that brace on him made out of a towel to stabilize him. >> did you hear that? he made a net race out of a towel. the driver was taken to the hospital. this is the same bridge where suspected drunken sailor rolled his truck off of and killed a chandler couple. that sailor was arraigned in the hospital in san diego yesterday. the da says he had a blood alco the crash.'s attorney claims he was not under the influence and said a car cut him off forcing him into the side rails. he is facing half a dozen charges including four counts of vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated. the b.a. internal watchdog announcing an audit. investigating allegations of forgery and off the books record-keeping. this spawned the scandal over the use of secret lists to hide lengthy delays. you might
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waiting for care at the phoenix va hospital. do you think your cell phone bill is high? t-mobile has an even bigger bill to pay. their fine from the sec that customers should know about. do you need an easy way to lower your risk of heart disease? the one change the researchers say can make all the difference. it's thursday and that means we are getting wild and crazy at the wildlife world zoo. how adorable. we are introducing you to these
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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, because you deserve leaders you can trust. to ever feel like you need a nap? >> oh yes. >> check out this little guy. just kind of zonked out. we have this one over here zonked out. >> christie is bringing us the cutest animals yet. . >> these are baby otters? >> they are. they are baby asian small
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when they are young like this they sleep nonstop. >> when i walked in i asked if we need to be quiet? >> you said they are used to people. >> they are used to being handled. they are still nursing off mom. however, the keepers go in constantly and we weigh them and make sure they are growing properly. it's great. they get the best of both worlds. >> when will they be acve and wake up and do their thing? >> over the next few weeks they will get more active. their learning to swim right now. it is so cute. the parents have to teach them. when they're born they don't know how. the parents wring them out and put them in the water and take them out, looked him up. they are very social. they live in extended family groups so the whole family takes part in taking care of
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>> he is soft. >> how big are they going to get? >> full grown they are the smallest of the otter species they get about 5-10 pounds. if guests want to come out we have these otters learning to swim, we have the baby animal nursery that has baby alliance, a baby white tiger and a baby leopard. the weekend of halloween is a great weekend to come out. children dressed in costume actually get in for free. >> so you can halloween and have some fun and go check out the baby boom happening at wildlife world zoo. >> they are so cute. >> thank you for having us. >> the temperature right now
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we are watching wall street. the dow was down .11%. about 20 points or 21 points, 18,181. unemployment numbers are up. they are so close to the recent 43 year lows. applications rose by 13,000 this week, the highest level in five weeks. on a positive note, more than 2 million americans are collecting unemployment checks and that is down 6% from a year ago. we have a recall alert for
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nearly 63,000 hyundai sonatas are being told to get off the road. the reason is the panoramic glass sunroof can come loose and fly into traffic. some of them aren't closing all the way and when you try to force it it can come close. this is the second recall for hyundai in one week. the world -- wells fargo scandal is growing. now a criminal investigation in california. the doj is reviewing whether employees committed false impersonations and identity theft. both can be charged as fe wells fargo spokesman says the bank is cooperating. the third-largest wireless carrier getting hit with a hefty fine. t-mobile will pay $48 million for not telling customers their unlimited data plans were really not unlimited. the company had a policy to slow down service to those customers that were the heaviest data users. t-mobile has apparently done a better job with disclosures
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zika virus, the health department is urging all pregnant women spent time in florida's miami-dade county to get tested for the virus. that county is the only area in the country where mosquitoes have been spreading the virus since the summer. the test is recommended whether or not the women have any symptoms. could that's stop zika from spreading? one lawmaker thinks so. she says that's any up to 3000 mosquitoes a day which could seriously cut down on the bugs carrying the virus. experts aren't this idea. they say bats will feed on whatever they want, not just mosquitoes. >> a whole-grain diet maybe the way to lower your risk of cardiovascular disease. cleveland clinic steadied overweight and obese adults who were eating a whole-grain diet for eight weeks. it showed their diet saw blood pressure lowering by nearly 6 points which may lower the risk of heart attack or stroke. do need a person who is
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don't worry. there's an app for that. it helps save one man's life in seattle. six-year-old had a heart attack in front of the hospital. the medical student used the polls point app and inners getting off work got the alert and came to help. five days after his heart attack that man is out of the hospital and thankful for -- that help to save his life. calling in sick or just playing hooky? make sure you don't post anything online. a new survey pounds more than one third actually cost employees lying about being sick. of those 20% have actually fire the employee . another 55% say they have reprimanded the worker. we all know it's tough to save money on your electric bill. aps is more people are reaching. energy use. 45 minutes later in the day in just four years ago. in 2012 it was around 4:30 p.m. and now it's 5:15. the change isn't too surprising
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double across our state. we thought we were getting cooler but it's pretty warm. it's really warm. well above average. i came back from chicago and i thought the fall. no. [ laughing ] definitely wrong. warm today. we are dealing with breezy conditions. i pulled up the children's hospital camera and because it was shaking a little bit because of the breezes but i pulled up and now it that's okay. the wind speeds across the valley, we are still picking those are. most of the valley is getting in on some of this wind action. we can see some of the breezes kicking up to 20 miles an hour. the gusts could be up to 25 miles an hour. this is across the state. is kind of breezy all the way around. looking to the southeast in tucson they're getting wind up to 25 miles an hour. going to the northwest,
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hour. we will see breezes and enough thoughout the day all across the state. we will see them and feel them here in the valley as well. dusting up to 25 miles an hour. the uv index is at a six. that means burn time is about 30 minutes. the pollen forecast is definitely in a medium category. dealing with main allergens at the bottom of the screen. today topping out at 97. warm and breezy for us. across the state it's going to be warm. statewide. 80 globe. nice conditions up north. 65 flagstaff. 71 page. to the northeast 69 in window rock today with temperatures dropping into the freezing mark which is 32 degrees. traveling to the west you can see the morning lows. they will be in the 60s and bullhead city, lake havasu and core side as well.
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warm in yuma and gila bend. in the east valley today we did mention above average, which is 87 degrees. you can see we will be well above that. overnight lows reflecting that as well. we will be about 6 degrees above average for the morning while. they will be mild but continuing to get warm the next couple of days. this high pressure is bringing in the feel hot out today. 96 today in goodyear. 96 avondale. 97 purie with overnight lows in the mid to upper 60s. most of us in the 60s. temperatures look like this. 4:00 and 97. 92 by 6:00. still in the 80s by 8 pm. it will be dry.
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tomorrow. there gone by the weekend. we will deal with the heat by then. still in the mid-90s and above average. it's still a good time to have the mobile app because we are bringing in rain chances monday and tuesday in temperatures will drop a little bit as well. you can see the 80s coming back on tuesday and the overnight lows are warming up because of this high pressure. they will finally drop into the 60s on tuesday. first liz gilbert now the goldwater institute has successfully made parts of its rules and signs. a lawsuit was brought on behalf of this is ours who argue chandler is confusing -- chandler city codes are unconstitutional. three 31 dad has an unusual job for his drones. >> he turned into a makeshift dentist. yes, to remove a loose tooth.
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him remove his tooth so he tied one end of the string around the tooth and onto a drone. dad slowly lifted off the ground and suddenly the tooth flies right out of his mouth. >> his dad even captured this second angle. -- tooth pulling videos always make me cringe. >> they kind of freaked me out. >> you can see all of today's top videos on right this minute at 2 pm right here on abc 15.
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look - i supported joe arpaio for a lot of years... but lately, he spends so much time on tv or in court defending himself that he's not doing his job. he failed to serve warrants for violent crimes. he didn't even investigate when children were molested. and lawsuits against him have cost taxpayers over one hundred forty two million dollars. we need a new sheriff whose top ity safe. that's why this year,
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donald trump making it abundantly clear that he won't concede the election if he doesn't win trump was speaking to supporters about it at a
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hundreds of people are packing into the phoenix convention center to hear michelle obama speak. she will rally support for hillary clinton. she's scheduled to start speaking at 2:00. you can watch the speech live on the abc 15 mobile app. the search is on for the man who tried to kidnap a young girl and gila bend. the family was preparing to leave their home when the guy tried taking the four-year-old out of the backseat of their car. her dad chased the creep into the desert. police are hispanic or native american man between 20 and 30 years old with brown shirt, blue sweats and a blue hat. if you have a fear of heights this next story might have you holding your breath. >> dramatic audio of a daredevil jumping 129 feet off the roof of a building into the water below. technically the guy should be dead by now because the harbor was filled with yachts and he
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>> why even take the chance? soaring high over arizona nearly 500 skydivers will take to the sky at this year's parachute association national skydiving championships in eloi. this is video of the arizona team from last year. they did so well he earned a spot on the uf team this year's championships start today and go until the 29th. a final look the weather. 97 today. that's 10 degrees above average talking 25 mile an hour gusts in the valley. they will stick around tomorrow. finally get some relief. 80s coming back on tuesday with rain chances as well. >> is the arizona life when you say we have relief in the
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we blindfolded dale and told him to find the chicken with no antibiotics. the thing is, by federal law, all chickens must be clear of antibiotics before they leave the farm. how's it going, dale? workin' on it! some chicken companies try to get you to spend more money by using labels like "raised without antibiotics." at sanderson farms, we don't believe in gimmicks like that. well, how'd i do? no antibiotics to worry about here. hmmm...that was easy.
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? >> announcer: today, it's an hour of crowd-pleasing party eats. clinton's in the kitchen with the hilarious wanda sykes. michael's being put to the test in a terrifying halloween challenge. and carla becomes a part of culinary history. the fun starts right now on "the chew." [ cheers and applause ] ? >> hey, everybody, and welcome to "the chew." >> wow. >> great audience. >> i got a question for you. i think i know the answer. do you guys like to party? [ cheers and applause ] and do you like insanely delicious food? [ cheers and applause ] well, then you have come to the right place today.


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