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fireworks valley welcoming another high profile visitor in michelle obama and donald trump continues to make headlines saying he will totally accept the election results if he wins. first let's talk about the first lady. >> 7,000 people showed up to hear her speak. the line snaking around the building for a half mile. she spoke about hope and called trump a >> reporter: this crowd was fired up a lot of the people we spoke to tell me they left feeling hopeful and inspired. >> here is what i am asking don't just tweet about my speech last week if you like that speech then go vote. >> reporter: the first lady asked and these supporters are responding. >> we will be volunteering >> i am very different but our lives are not that different. >> we need you all to find hillary campaign folk who is
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calls, knock on doors,. >> reporter: her speech interlaced with hope in a year to difficult. politics becoming personal >> when they go low. >> we go high. >> there you go. >> reporter: obama talked about how so many women, muslims, hispanics were taking the rhetoric to heart. >> hillary's opponent comes from a different place. i don't know perhaps living life high up in a tower in a world of exclusive clubs. >> reporter: hillary supporters said the speech felt personal to them just like she was speak about their situation. >> hillary has comprehensive policies to help people her opponent has tweets. >> reporter: donald trump's campaign responding saying michelle obama's visit is a reminder hillary clinton has not been to arizona in 7 months. >> as for the presidential nominees clinton will be in ohio tomorrow trump travels to
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pushing his message the election is rigged mentioning it again first thing this morning in ohio. >> that i will totally accept the results of this great and historic presidential election, if i win. >> what if trump loses? he formal nationwide election if it is rigged melissa what did you find out. >> first of all mr. trump laying ground work here, saying that the election was rigged today and at the debate last night as well. here in arizona, state election officials responding saying there is layer after layer of precautions and protections to ensure no one steals the election. first and foremost they say you are required to present proof of citizenship when you go to
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there are election machines themselves. secretary of state's office says those machines are not connected to the internet on purpose, and they will be manually tested and zeroed out in the next week or so. then they get tamperproof seals and locked up, monitored by video until election day. if trump still thinks something was rigged in arizona he must act fast. >> you have five days after the election is over, to judge and you have to convince a judge, that you have a cause, you have a cause and that cause would actually change the outcome of the election. so you have to prove that to a judge. >> reporter: of course all the other states also would have similar processes he would have to make individual challenges in every state if he wanted to challenge the results in every state. >> thanks. donald trump doesn't think
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rules in the first debate he believes hillary knew questions coming her way. why didn't she announce she was inappropriately given debate questions, she secretly used them crooked hillary. >> now to a massive condo fire in gilbert set on purpose over the weekend a $30,000 reward is on the table if you can help put that fire starter behind bars. chris is live near and guadalupe. >> reporter: more than $10 million in damage take a look for yourself at the aftermath of this fire. 8 buildings destroyed before anyone could have a chance to call them home. this massive fire turning into a man hunt it begin s with more than 200 interviews, video and photos taken by witnesses here on the scene. also authorities going through evidence within the rubble found here beneath what was a
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investigation along with help from atf employees at the nearby industrial mall saying they are wary and looked at this is being looked at as arson and the suspect is still on the loose. gilbert police telling me today that person of interest they announced earlier this week, male between 16 to 22 years old, asu hoody that is an accurate description of someone seen here near the scene of that saturday blaze. now we did try to reach out to the to see how far back this fire set them, if these condos were leased out by anybody, if anybody is being delayed from moving into their home. we did not get a call back and are still waiting on that call back. live in gilbert. thank you. big developments a valley woman facing terrorism charges saying her husband in the same position. michelle and thomas, indited on several charges the two accused of working together in a terror
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investigators say their goal was set off an explosive device at a prison the two got married in 2014 both behind bars at the time. new information in a deadly stabbing in phoenix and two story that is do not match up. owen told abc 15 he stabbed robert because he was trying to take over his sleeping area new court records reveal a different motive he was making fun of him for urinating on himself. documents say that is when he walked up and aningment not ended well for a -- an argument not ended well for a teen in phoenix gunman and a 19-year-old were at a day long argument, 7th street and bell. the teen was taken to the hospital in critical condition we are told he is expected to survive the shooter took off. >> parents of a 4-year-old girl telling abc 15 the reason her attempted kidnapper is still on the loose because maricopa county deputies didn't get
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>> reporter: here la bend is over those mountains, 53-miles from the nearest full time ncso substation here in avondale. ncso says drive time during rush hour is the reason it took deputy merely an hour to respond to that 911 kidnapping call in hela bend a stranger jumped in the passenger seat of their suv last night and mom was sitting in the drivers seat the st grabbed at their 4-year-old daughter dad personally chased the stranger for 48 minutes on the phone with police he is mad how long it took but also when deputies showed up they wouldn't search a house where he is sure he saw the suspect duck in. >> deputies attempted to make contact with anyone inside that residence we did not have enough probable cause to forcefully enter that residence. >> who do we ask for help if
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get justice who do we get help they are the sheriff's. >> reporter: they also say they are not going to call this an attempted kidnapping because that stranger didn't drag the girl out of the car if they do find the suspect it will likely be an assault charge. >> such a scary story. >> clef from the live desk it could have been a whole lot worse in gilbert as a train slams into the car on the track the driver coming away from this only with air 15 over the scene, cooper and guadalupe the car was stopped on the tracks because of traffic back ups at a red light when the train crashed into it. roads were shut down in this area while crews were on scene. never go to work expecting this to happen a worker getting trapped in a pipe, at a hela bend station, power station i should say. air 15 hovering over this one off watermelon road the man some how got lodged half way
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transformer. crews eventually got the worker out of there, and took him to the hospital to be checked out. now your most accurate forecast as we wrap up a warm october day. 10 degrees above average 97 our high this is continuing a stretch of the 90s now lasted 16 days in a row. we've been above normal in that stretch for 14 days. and it is going to continue as we head into tomorrow high pressure in control of our forecast just off to the north, so warm but we also have a cold front we are tracking stretching all the way from the great lakes down through texas and up toward the arizona new mexico state line this is why we felt some breezes across southeastern arizona and tonight those winds still breezy in some of those spots like globe, douglas and nogales. winds still at 10 miles per hour in phoenix. more breezes in the forecast tomorrow as we continue our stretch of temperatures around
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seven-day forecast as the pattern make as dramatic shift early next week. a closer look coming up. four days after the tragedy on the coronado bridge another serious crash has officials continuing their push to make the bridge safer a man was pulled from his over turned truck last night. troopers investigating whether alcohol played a role. just days after a driver plunged off the bridge into crowd below, killing a couple from chandler. a gas explosion in portland, clean up from the blast far from over. 8 people were injuried in the explosion. it blew apart a building investigators confirming a construction crew nicked a gas line. today a construction company coming forward admitting this was their project. falling for the bait. how police found this man accused of stealing sentimental items from a valley home.
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in handling of the flint water crisis. he made plenty of cardinal fans happy along with his tennessee football owners david johnson tells us how many fantasy pecks he received after the game. a lot of people getting a lot of help if you have health insurance issue there is an
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it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands. and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart.
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when it really mattered. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. 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.
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. that's why this year, i'm voting for paul penzone. >> from the live december wreck watching this situation in new york, alfred e smith memorial dinner. donald trump talking. we've seen some laughs from hillary clinton. >> for 30 years i can fix it she says i wasn't really sure, if hillary was going to be here tonight because, i guess, you didn't send her invitation by e- mail or maybe you did and she
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the wonder of wikileaks. we've learned so much from wikileaks for example hillary believes it is vital to deceive the people by having one public policy [ booing from crowd ] >> and a totally different policy in private. that's okay i don't know who they are angry at. >> a could be awkward considering last night was the third and final presidential debate. no hand shake no reaction between the two, we are going to see how this all unfolds hillary clinton expected to talk a very traditional event candidates get together before the election, so we will keep an eye on this tonight for you ladies. >> we did see laughter earlier there are lighter moments. all right now, the sting operation involving baseball
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stealing thousands of dollars of baseball memorbilia in gilbert. he stole the items from a home. victim called around, told shops be on the lookout nearby shop tipped off police someone tried to sell stolen items. police set up a buy and took him into custody. from the live desk, environmental protection agency saying it could have protected the people who live in flint michigan from lead poisoning way before they did. coming general, saying the agency had enough information to issue that order 7 months before it happened, he says they needed to show a greater sense of urgency with this officials have been arguing for months over who is to blame for this massive crisis. >> what does john legend have to do with the race for maricopa county sheriff. tweeting out his support.
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to joe arpaio. legend was at a jail in eloy performing to raise awareness for immigration detention. let joe know is helping you out. >> there is still time to get some free one on one help, on the road tonight, how is it going joe? >> reporter: great. but there is still time to come out here. in fact we have another hour and a half out here with experts who can help you with your consumer problem. hoa table has been busy. tables here with landlord tenants, health insurance you can get a chair right now. talking about health insurance, affordable chair act. and we have a lot of attorneys here also who can offer you help. the state bar of arizona to tell you about the amount of money it takes to hire an attorney. >> the average price to hire an attorney is $275 an hour >> i thought more.
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$70 and you get it for free. >> thanks man. yeah. so if you are thinking about it i know a lot of you have frustrating problems and thing it is not worth the time. we have an hour and a half of these people here for you. we are here until 8:00 p.m. abc 15 sports brought to you by sander son ford. >> you don't have to fantasy football guru to know david johnson helped out a lot of people last monday night. if you are fortunate to have him on your team you are probably celebrating a win. the league's highest scoring running back in week 6 after a game like that, he received a tonne of text messages from friends and family how many of those were fantasy related. >> all of them. most of them mentioned fantasy
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just saying how cool it is they know someone in the league and how long of a ways i came from where i used to be. >> i won't say who but someone at this desk, drafted dj first overall. >> wonder who it is >> i don't like to brag. >> never. >> i don't thing i would want to be in -- i don't think i would want to be in fanta league with you. >> i have johnson and fitzgerald on the team. >> you know the players that is not fair >> they know you. >> i did give dj a pat on the back. thanks buddy i am in first place. >> i like it. our forecast in first place too. a little warm. >> toasty out there, but cooling down now that the sun has set. awesome night at arizona state fair, forecast looking good. evening hours daytime highs
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humidity 10%, and a few breezes just blowing in out of the east, northeast, 10 miles per hour we will keep some going through this evening, 84 by 8:00 p.m., 82 by 9, overnight we bottom out 71 degrees, hit 97 tomorrow more breezes in play, gusty, 25 miles per hour. let me take you through these winds day by day. tomorrow will be the last of those breezes they do look to back off for saturday and sunday, winds less than 10 miles per hou an occasional gust near 15. no big wind worries through the weekend. looking unseasonably warm despite a subtle cool down. 94 by sunday. cool down will keep going into next week. monday 90 degrees, tuesday the 80s return, 88 our high which is going to be 5 or i should say 3 degrees above that average of 85. now here is the bigger picture and why the cool down is coming and our pattern will change early next week.
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the gulf of alaska. this one is coming down as our high pressure system shoves east, this low will come in for sunday and monday. we will increase that chance for rain starting sunday evening, 20%. 30% monday, that will be our best bet and cooler air will drop temperatures into the 80s lingering chance for showers tuesday as well. in the next half hour we will take it day by day, how long 80s will stick arnd get here and if we see any more rain chances after tuesday in your 7 day coming up. what one group is doing
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allegations against pinal county sheriff paul babeu. paul babeu exposed in a damning home video. 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.
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ultimately voters are going to have to decide if he's the type of candidate they want in congress.
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i spent many years as a nuclear missile launch officer. if the president gave the order we had to launch the missiles, i prayed that call would never come. [ radio chatter ] self control may be all that keeps these missiles from firing. [ sirens blearing ] i would bomb the [ beep] out of them. i want to be unpredictable. i love war. the thought of donald trump with nuclear weapons scares me to death. it should scare everyone.
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>> i just want to put you all in a basket of adorable. you would look so good in your tuxes or as i refer to them formal pant suits. friendly dinner for such a great cause, donald, if at any time you don't like what i'm saying feel free to stand up and shout wrong while i'm talking. [ laughter ] >> you know, -- >> poking some fun getting those laughs from the crowd. you saw hillary going for her turn after donald trump was up there talking on the stage for the alfred e smith memorial
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an eye on this event. >> nice to see that side of events for the candidates. navy days, never using a drop of gas that is the goal for a group of dutch engineering students they stopped in kansas city to show off their 100% electric motorcycles they travel 250 miles before needing to plug in. they want to show getting off oil is possible. >> we really want to show that it works everywhere around the world not just here but also in the desert, kazakstan, uzbekistan. iran. the group finishes their north american tour later this month and go back to europe to finish things up. >> it is the one thing your sun roof is not supposed to do. how it could put you in danger on the road. >> it is getting a make over
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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, some people are above the law, making us all less safe. 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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allegations against pinal county sheriff paul babeu. paul babeu exposed in a damning home video. 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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time to make your voice heard, arizona democratic party says some of us didn't get enough time. >> it is suing the state for refusing to extend voter registration deadlines. they are asking for an extra day since october 10th fell on a federal holida telling us they will work to change the law next year so we don't have this problem again. meantime a new plan to get you in and out of polling places faster on election day. maricopa county just settled a lawsuit to avoid long lines, we saw in march presidential primary. including training and having a response plan ready and urging poll workers to use a hotline to report problems. being funny and gracious,
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bitter debate, another live look at new york. clinton and trump trading jokes about one another and themselves. let easterliesen in. [ laughter ] >> now actually, i did, it's called preparation. [ applause ] >> looking back i have had to listen to donald for three full debates and he says i have any stamina. [ laughter ] >> that is four and a half hours. i have now stood next to donald trump longer than any of his campaign managers. [ laughter ] >> now look i have dep respect for people like kelly anne conway she is working day and night for donald because she is a contractor he is probably not even going to pay her [
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is, that debates finally allowed republicans to unite around their candidate the bad news is, it's mike pence. >> yikes maybe a couple boos on that last one. >> trump gave a speech first he got a lot of laughs he did get booed at the end even told to be done this is the last time they will share a stage before the nation heads to polls on november 8th. >> we will have to see if one of the jokes is about the emmy's like it was last night this to trump today rest as sured emmy's are not rigged. some gop slamming trump say leg will only accept election results if he wins. >> of course i would accept a clear election result, but i would also reserve my right to contest or file a legal challenge in the case of a questionable result. >> on the campaign trail for
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threat to democracy chef. >> there may be more issues for trump foundation, scripps senior national investigative correspondent, uncovering how it donated hundreds of thousands of dollars in grants experts say are breaking irs rules and could bring harsh tax penalties. >> that is why see i understand the tax code better than anybody else who has run for president. >> we found donald j trump foundation a run by trump and his family may have repeat lid violated the tax code for charitable giving. >> so he broke the irs rules. >> broke them clearly. that is clear. >> david nelson is a tax expert and former partner at errant and young the problem according to filings, trump's private foundation contributed not just to private charities but other private foundations something irs strictly forbids unless the
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>> it can go to any number of foundations and never help charity at all. >> we reviewed ten years of the latest available tax returns our investigation uncovered half a million dollars in contributions to other private foundations returns did not include required proof how the money was used $100,000 grant to the reuben museum of art, $107,000 to the gu marten green berg foundation and 8 separate to the new york jet's private foundation since 2007 totally $75,000 >> my conclusion is those were taxable expenditures. >> reporter: dc based tax attorney who previously lead the irs division on exempt organization as violation could cost the foundation big. potentially leading to a 20% penalty for each contribution. >> those returns show absence
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ignorance of the law, disregard of the law, and a pattern over the course of years. >> when asked for an explanation about potential violations trump's campaign said the foundation has no full time staff no overhead and no paid board members adding it's focus has been on distributing grants to groups it considers worthy. trump campaign and foundation did not guilty address other questions -- did not address other questions include willing they filed update s irs or if they see need to take any actions. despicable move stealing not one but two service dogs out of a phoenix backyard the bad news one of the dogs was hit by a car good news both have been found and now back home a woman saw a man dump the two shar pei's at a park and called animal control the owner is hoping anyone with
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will it stay or go? ownership group says metro center is staying but will eventually have a new look. near the 17 and dun lap how the iconic mall could make a come back. >> reporter: workers, trucking spraying water, fencing lining the southeast side of metro center mall where a new wal- mart is under construction. north valley shoppers are anxious to see what else will end up here >> >> definitely part of phoenix heritage. >> reporter: mayor has been keeping a close eye on changes he has been coming here his entire life. >> i worked here as a teenager this place was packed all the time. >> reporter: new york based carlyle development snapped up property with plans for a total make over. wheels of development turn slowly but this the end.
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consumer oriented opportunity for live work play. >> reporter: there are no plans right now for complete demolition, open air concept is something they are considering for the retail portion but first residential hotel and office space are on his wish list and name will always be metro center. >> it will be a rejuvenation bringing more than just more retail. >> reporter: they are consulting with other developers and have no timeline fo plan for lay out. wal-mart is expected to be open next summer. in phoenix, abc 15 news. smart shoppers what a great time to get out, ride your bicycle, enjoy the outdoors don't sacrifice your safety. how to do it 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.
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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,
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>> mishap in houston police evidence room could end trials before they begin.
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through 15,000 pieces of evidence looking for water damage from a sprinkler system it could take several months to figure out what can be salvaged. >> l.a. a health scare on a spirit airlines flight 20 passengers feeling ill, describing a sweet smell, hazmat teams ready to go but no emergency declared since the smell dissipated. >> this plane forced to the grass median of a busy highway. the pilot wasn't hurt. 202 mcklintock, district stage, free health you need to fill one of these out i will tell you more about it. >> few breezes left across the valley, more in store tomorrow gustier 25 miles per hour when they will back off and big
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i learned as a police officer and a businessman
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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,
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>> the race for white houseboat sides pulling out all the stops, in a push to get your votes, mike pence just getting off the stage moments ago in albuquerque, his first campaign stop for donald trump. comes two days after clinton's campaign just made a stop there. >> arizona just as important with the first lady michelle obama in phoenix on stage just a few hours ago. maybe you watched her live at president obama rallying in miami for clinton encouraging early voting. i know there are some folks who are talking about how terrible america is. but you know what, i've been to all 50 states as your president, and i see how great america is right now. >> while mr. trump sees he doesn't believe -- while mr.
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trump represents people in florida, his wife would not mention trump by name only referring to him as the candidate. >> consumer alert, hyundai recalling sonata's for the second time this year this time because glass from the sun roof could fly off while driving. 62,000 sedans are effected from model years 2015 and 2016. more fall out for wells fargo, amid-its scandal over fake accounts they us their better business bureau accreditation. bbb gives it a c. 4100 complaints over the past three years. still help for your consumer issues. >> joe is on the road with the experts let's check with joe live at tempe marketplace joe. >> reporter: hey, guys you know i love this picture. i just love this picture after months after meetings and all these things trying to get the
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happening a lot of people are getting a lot of help. tempe marketplace, 202 and mcklintock. if you are still coming and you should we have an hour and fifteen minutes left. david busters and h and m get free help from attorneys that normally cost a lot of money and other experts you can't get in touch with. come on in and talk with them now. we have people waiting i talked to ron earlier he is usually the kind of guy we approach because we have a tenant he ha an issue with but you are the landlord with an issue. >> just trying to get a little bit of information, on past tenants. >> what happened? >> just owed more than what the security deposit covered. >> you are out a few hundred bucks. >> right. >> like $600. >> yep >> they left didn't pay you. >> yes. >> yeah, you know, we get in trouble for not taking the side of the landlord you have a legitimate case here.
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>> that is what i am doing. >> after you talk to the experts come and talk to me. >> still time, until 8:00 p.m. >> such a great event so many people getting help for so many different reasons joe thank you. can this please be this year's world series not that i despise the dodgers, if they advance we would be in classic fall classic. two teams, december plait to snap their world -- desperate to snap their world series skids cleveland that is a shot at their first championship since 1948 if cubs beat the dodgers they will be playing for their first title since 1908 and that dreadful hundred year drought either way ends up being cubs and indians we all witness history. i think i am not the only one
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>> excited,. >> yep. >> tied up 2-2. game 5 going on as we speak. >> okay. >> 176 years between the two waiting for world series championship. >> it will be devastating for all those cubs fans. >> oh. >> devastating. >> we will see what happens. 90 degrees right now phoenix sky harbour, humidity 12%, winds breezy out of the east, 13 miles per hour we will keep breezes in place too. glendale 90 degrees, rest of us in the 80s, 88 deer valley, 87 scottsdale, 86 mesa, and 89 good year. as we track temperatures across the state, clear skies, lows down to 47 payson, 31 freezing up in flagstaff, longer freezes up grand canyon and window rock. lows up there dropping to 20s a few hours of subfreezing temperatures early tomorrow
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forecast highs 71 show low. 80 prescott, and 92 out in bullhead city. for phoenix 97, puts it 10 degrees above average. 71 at 6:00 a.m. milder start to the day, 84 at 10, 91 by noon carry those 90s until 7 tomorrow night, by 8, back down mid-80s in the valley, lows for most of us in the 60s low 70s like phoenix, tempe and paradise valley, highs tomorrow 90s average 87, don't have any 80s on the map at all, any where across the phoenix metro or central arizona. we will see them in the 7 day. it will take us awhile to get there drop a couple degrees each day through the weekend sunday, huge pattern shift starts to take place. ridge of high pressure dominating our forecast shifts east, low pressure shifts in, pacific northwest, cool us
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moisture that will give us a chance for rain we haven't seen in weeks. 20% shot monday, 30% chance, lingering shower tuesday before we dry outgain 90s return wednesday and thursday next week. >> all right you heard it before you can't win if you don't play tonight we are giving you 5 .1 million reasons to buy a ticket. jackpot up to for the pick tomorrow rolling for 23 straight weeks now. you have crash prize. whether or not says nothing this life is free. our smart shopper team politely disbries. >> abc 15 morning anchor, shows us how to get freebies. smart shoppers you have broken that suffocating heat, time to get outside, what a time of year to ride a bicycle i am a bad example as far as safety is concerned that is why
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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.
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bull rider ? [ music ] ? >> i have been riding bulls roughly around 8 years. ? [ music ] ? >> the bull i ride right now is one of the stronger bull, the thing that makes him so hard to cover is his a record on him, this is a money bull you cover him you are going to get a lot of points. >> right now, they are ...
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>> when you fall off you have to run because you don't know if the bull is going to come after you. >> kind of knocked the out of me. >> all right, day one of the national championships, 500 e sky divers are showing off their skills one part of the competition is linking arms
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it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands. and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing
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sage. ? i'ma give you them feels ? ? that's how it's supposed to be ? ? just me in them heels ? meredith: there's a reason the punch line to so many doctor jokes start with, "i've got good news and bad news." bad news. the air-conditioner coil is broken. meredith: and? and it's hot. that's all. there is no more. ady. it's global warming already. close the fridge. zola! can you fix it? can i fix it? i am a heart surgeon. right, i can fix anything. no, i fix people. that's an air conditioner. you fix it. i don't want to screw up my hands. i'm a surgeon, too. eh. what do you mean "eh"? you work in a clinic. shut up. close the fridge! can we just get the hell out of this sweat box already? gladly. zola, bailey!


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