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>>reporter: police are waiting for the sun to come up. they need to re-canvass this area. at one point police were walking shoulder to shoulder going through this neighborhood with flashlights looking for evidence. they have to wait for the sun to come up. they are also waiting to get a search warrant on this house so they can go in and get more clues. we know that one man was shot, two people are on the run right now. they do believe this is an isolated incident believe the community is in any danger. they have to try to figure out who those two guys are. time for your most accurate forecast, unseasonably warm temperatures as we warm into the low 90s by lunch time. right now sitting at 74. today's high in the upper 90s. back into the upper -- excuse
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5 o'clock. we will talk about how much longer these record temperatures will last. we are seeing a little slowing on us 60 right now. we had a crash blocking the left lane. this is a look at mill avenue, you are going to see heavy congestion. let's give you a look at the big picture, besides that you are seeing delays on the 10 right now. i will map out those hot spot in just a minute. this was something else, talk about a wild pursuit. you saw it all unfold on the abc 15 mobile app. less show you a map to explain this. there is the video on the right, the armed man leading police from phoenix to tempe town lake, and at one point went through the drive-through
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believe that? it all ended, the shirtless man pulled out of a backyard right across from onto vista elementary school. we are still waiting on an update from police. it is being called the battleground blitz. >> they are crisscrossing critical states. this afternoon clinton will bring in a major hitter campaigning with first lady michelle obama. or donald trump he is spending is attending rallies all across the state. who was actually ahead? it depends on which poll you look at. cnn stats show more than 7 million americans have already voted and democrats have gained ground. donald trump is doing better in iowa and the sunshine state.
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voters here in arizona cast their ballots before election day. for the first time the entire trump family is sitting down for an interview good morning america. katie connor is alive with more and this interview comes on a big day for republicans here in our state?>>reporter: that's right. in just a few hours donald trump jr. will land right here and head over to asu. he will speak to students, the campaign hoping to make a strong for he has the stage the morning america has this exclusive sitdown interview. take a listen. >> [ clip playing ] >> going back, is there anything you regret?>> absolutely. i would have loved to done certain things over, but that is true in life. >>reporter: you can hear the entire exclusive interview on
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what you need to know if you want to come out here to hear donald trump jr. speak. now to a story we broke at the live desk, the hunt is on for a man who did this. >>[ clip playing ] >> that is donald trump's star obviously damaged on the hollywood walk of fame. the chamber of commerce promising to make repairs, hack, and best, but they still haven't found him. there is a man claiming responsibility. closer to home i want to take you to prescott valley where investigators are on the scene of a home youth for sex trafficking. eight women were rescued from the forest prostitution. one of the victims only 17.
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about the three people arrested. when i get that update we will let you know. big changes at a state agency, the des director can no longer fire employees without approval. extra oversight has been added, the republic is reporting the dfs fire 475 people since early last year, one was pregnant at the time and says she didn't deserve it. >> un from interviewing people for public benefits to now you are on public benefits? >> yes correct. >> we are waiting to hear back from des. investigators trying to figure out what cause a fire on top of the new hospital. a wing of the hospital under construction. the fire quickly put out, no word on the cost, the wing will be used to provide more services once complete.'s
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that yours is back, but doing it in front of your young kids is a whole different low. court documents reveal this man's role nearly $400 worth of stuff from target. we are told the youngest child with him is just seven months old. he is now out of jail. richer polaski admits to stabbing his friend and bearing him in his backyard. the 63-year-old play guilty to a reduced charge of second- degree murder. if the plea is accepted he will face up to 18 years in prison. two brothers wanted for murder in massachusetts turn up in our state and federal authorities now have them in custody. they responded earlier in the week. the brothers accused in a deadly shooting outside of a bar.
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laughed at one of them and that led to the killing. a futuristic twist on keeping you safe is now hitting and other valley police department. instead of mapping crime it is preventing crime by trying to foresee where and when criminals will strike. mesa police are about to start using the program. it is different than the one that we covered npr, but the same idea, putting in hotspots. and other mainstay is getting a makeover, the arizona center is next up. that will include adding retail space and valley parking. it could also include a hotel, new educational buildings and office space. we got new video in from overnight, take a look at the snow, it is the cities first snowfall of the season and it came a few days later than
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arizona, i feel like holloway was always an indicator, but we could be flirting triple digits. >> there will be a drop, halloween, but we have to get through these hot record- breaking temperatures first. starting out in the 70s this morning, a little milder already that even yesterday. we are only going to stay in the 70s through the 9 o'clock hour before the 80s are back and the 90s will move and sooner than the last we are already at 93 degrees. today's high temperature, 99 degrees. that is also a record-breaking temperature that puts us well above that average of 84. we are talking 15 degrees above average. the record on the state is 98 degrees. it does look to be a record- breaking day today, over the next couple of days we have
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from the hundreds, if we do it will be a record in itself. we will be watching the temperature closely. i will show you the drop coming by holloway. we have another new crash for north valley drivers on the 101. it was blocking the right lane. it is hard to see, this is i am actually seeing more congestion with some of that curiosity. look out for some delays. besides that you will start to float out on interstate 70 right now. it is good until you hit northern and that is where you slow down. as far as the tangos urethane delays between 83rd until you hit the tunnel.
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couple minutes. people are flying the coop at twitter, it just announced it is laying off 9% of its workforce. the cuts are in marketing and sales. they are doing it to cut costs do to lackluster earnings. new video just in showing the aftermath of the destructive airstrike, the death toll is climbing. most of the victims are children. hundreds of people will be lined up inside of these fences to get there scare on at the 13th floor, but you need to know some safety tips and we
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vo: 13 year-old sabrina told a school counselor she was raped by her uncle. her counselor called sheriff joe arpaio's office. but arpaio failed to protect her. for three more years, sabrina's uncle continued to rape her - and arpaio did nothing. rapes, assaults, even child molestation, remain uninvestigated, while arpaio focuses on his personal agenda. arpaio talks tough, but doesn't keep us safe. the death toll rising after an airstrike near a school in syria, at least 35 killed, 25 of them children. it is not clear who is behind this particular attack. top officials say it that
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it would be a war crime. more scandalous accusations about the va hospital, going to kansas city were a man working for the va is on trial accused of sexually abusing veterans. to make matters work he was allowed to voluntarily retire. he is still collecting adderall payments and a pension while the trial is ongoing and some veterans are upset about that. >> i can just drive up to heads together, i know that is what everyone wants to do. somebody, please, wake up. >> court documents reveal the investigation was started back in 2014 when they say he touched a patient inappropriately. cons at disney? tutorials are now in trouble for trying to bring weapons into the theme park. a woman showed up with a gun in
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expired. earlier this week police say a new orleans man try to interact caught with a loaded pistol. 1000 seeker kids are now being assembled in florida and each contains a dozen tablets designed to kill mosquitoes and water catchment areas. the public will have access to the kids starting tomorrow at fire stations. a rhode island woman is the victim of a terrifyi crime. police say she was attacked by suspects wearing cloud the chaos after the woman was attacked, she says the men showed up to the home calling her names and when she opened the door they started to hit her. she thought back until they took off. police found a mask and a baseball bat at the scene. a traffic alert if you are headed to vegas, major
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tornado. expect long delays as crews widen the spaghetti bowl and the southbound northbound ramps of interstate 15. we are told the upgrades are badly needed and it is up to you to find your way around way you had to vegas. halloween is right around the corner, and not upon it houses are going to be packed, are you sure they are safe? we are alive at the 13th floor. not anyone can just that one up? >>reporter: know, there are rules that places have to follow. be sure to read the warning signs like this one over here before you had inside. they have to be inspected by fire departments. they are going to check that these places are up to code and they do need fire extinguishers
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open wiring, especially at a spot with a lot of electronics. we know a lot of life will be going on. fire officials warned cheaper does not mean safer and not all haunted houses are created equally. >> there are some places that think they don't need to follow the rules. we try to stay away from those places. >>reporter: the number one tip that we got was do your research. we all have a phone, googled it it is a little frightening, temperatures we are expecting by this afternoon are right now not bad. more high clouds through the day, but temperatures was still warm quickly. we are up to 93 degrees by lunch time.
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degrees. we are flirting with triple digits as we head into this afternoon. temperatures warming quickly, those activities best likely need to be done early. there are signs of relief headed our way. you will notice a few high clouds moving in across the valley making for a dutiful sunrise approach. those high clouds mo from the west across the valley. they will continue to thicken up through the day. air moving in ahead of a storm system that will eventually move into california bringing a lot of rain for them, unfortunately not a lot for us. the valley will see more clouds, but it doesn't look like we will see enough moisture for rain chances. as the storm system moves in temperatures will start to trend
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with a high of 99 and coming very close to triple digits. tomorrow, the temperature still a couple degrees shy of the record. we're talking low 90s by the weekend with 80s back in our forecast. that will be the good news. temperatures getting a little lower by next week. i will break down your trick-or- treating forecast in just a few minutes. delays on interstate 10 eating a little worse. by the time you pass the tunnel is stars to ease up. we do have this crash on the 60, probably starting right around mcclinton. the crash is just before you hit the 10. everything is off on the right,
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another look at the crash we have on the 101 coming up. right now i'm seen tape is up and police are searching for two men apparently the hind a deadly shooting. newly leaked emails overshadowing a major campaign rally for hillary clinton and donald trump is in holding anything back. the punishment this homeowner is trying to duck. there better be food up there are you're all fired! who ordered the food!? who ordered the food? at me, dude. paul ordered the food. but i'm paul and i didn't. if we don't feed her this instance, she's gonna fire all assistants! someone has to take the fall! tom orders on tuesday's. today isn't tuesday. it's not tuesday!? maybe the intern ordered? there's no way someone who's been here for three hours ordered the food and we've been here for three years and none of us ordered the food. freaky fast you're my new ceo. don't worry i'm, i'm not going to fire you.
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the average age of a homeless person is 9 years old. my dream is to help kids living on the streets with education. charles what's up man? -whoa! how can we help? -ah man! wait, is that a basketball player? yes! -wow! my heart's about to jump out my chest man. charles you ought to be proud man. i'm just extremely grateful they were here giving them some encouragement- that's something that these kids are going to remember for a lifetime. did you see his big old feet? look.
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talk about a sinkhole. that looks more like a backhoe. this happen in chile. they have extended a ladder. there was another photo and these are just some of the
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this is something else. does not sound like there are serious injuries. i still wanted to share that with you. a car smashing through the front of a beauty supply store in florida. the whole thing was caught on surveillance video. the driver never even taps the brakes. the crash narrowly missed an employee and several customers. an owner she was trying to reverse when that happened. a third party candidate crashed a major party debate in baltimore. >>[ clip playing ] >> it is important for voters to understand the differences between myself and others, otherwise they don't really know. >> that is doctor margaret flowers. she got on stage before the debate to manning she be included even though she did
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requirements. as you can see, here come the police who escorted her from the stage while the other candidates stood silent. strips of season while me are causing a few. >> file this under feud you have never had with your neighbor. resident saying the smell attracting flies and rats. the woman is her family cure the meat to make traditional chinese move -- food. >> i don't feel comfortable going outside. i used to hang out on my balcony, but i feel like it is unsanitary. and then rats are coming in now. >> the health department says in general this is legal if it is for personal consumption and not becoming a nuisance for others. apple just released the iphone seven last month. there are already rumors about three new phone that might be coming out as early as next
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reports say the new models will have touch screens between four- point seven and 5.5 inches and will feature a glass back. apple had glass backs on their phones before the iphone five mac apple hitting a snack with the air pod. they are the wireless earbuds for the iphone. the company says they need a little more time. apple did not elaborate on the holdup, but we will at the companies event in san francisco today. coming up, a wild chase where a guy decided he needed to stop and get himself a milkshake. temperatures in the 80s for trick-or-treating, wait until you see the record hot forecast for today next. a big day, coming up donald trump jr. will be right here in
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paul babeu is abusive. physical and sexual abuse at a boarding school. woman: a school that used to be run by pinal county sheriff paul babeu. disturbing. man: babeu's school was unlicensed, abusive, and dangerous. woman: paul babeu exposed in a damning home video. man: congressional candidate not only ran a boarding school rife with abuse, he supported the abusive practices and even bragged about them. paul babeu is unfit to represent us. house majority pac is responsible
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is started as a well-being check, what police found was not good. we will tell you what shutdown a neighborhood. a long road to recovery for two teenagers badly injured in a crash, their families now asking for your help.
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we are talking about a heat wave and we are close to breaking records?>> we are breaking records by this afternoon. this morning off to a nice and mild start. by this afternoon more clouds, but sizzling hot temperatures. today in phoenix 99 degrees. that would be a record hot temperature for the state. i will show you changes that will help in just a few minutes. for drivers heading in on the tent it will take you about ready minutes, north valley drivers are also seeing about 11 minutes from the 17 to the 51. part of the problem is there is a crash right near seventh avenue. also hearing of a possible car fire. we haven't seen anything from
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get more details. breaking news out of tempe, it is going to be west of asu. mill and university domain cross streets. we are on the scene. investigators are actually waiting for the sun to come up so that they can begin canvassing the area. here is what we know, one person was shot and killed. it sounds like this is going to be at or inside of a home. to people then took off from police have widened the crime scene. it is a very large crime scene. at one point officers were walking shoulder to shoulder looking for shell casings and things of that nature. again, we are being updated and as soon as we can get back with justin we will be checking in. now to democracy 2016. arizona is once again in the spotlight with a big visit from
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in tempe with more. >>reporter: this will be the seventh time someone from the trump campaign has been here. cause polls are so close hillary clinton sent her daughter right here to asu to speak with millennial's. now republicans are making a counter punch, donald trump jr. will be in town today. he is expected to be the private guest at a function in phoenix. then tonight you can hear him speak on the tempe campus. no tickets are required. we will be here and bring you total coverage. hillary clinton is campaigning today with michelle obama, that event is being overshadowed by a new batch of emails released about her campaign. documents reveal how former president clinton pressured donors to steer business opportunities to him after he
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in an exclusive interview here is what donald trump is saying.>> [ clip playing ] >> she is so guilty. she deleted 33,000 emails. they are missing, boxes of emails. how can she even run? there is such anger over what she got away with. >> you can see the full interview coming up at 7 am on good morning america. the democratic national the donald trump playbook. they are saying they are tired of the donald trump campaign saying the election is rigged. does bill montgomery have a conflict of interest when it comes to the marijuana ballot issue? he says no way. he is a huge critic and if it passes and pot is legal the county attorneys budget takes a hit because montgomery receives
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the task diversion program. >> this is prosecuting for- profit, clear and simple. allegations of conflict of interest sound like a desperate campaign. >> montgomery says the fees pay for administrative costs like drug prosecutors. just when you thought you have seen it all, a shirtless guy giving police quite the runaround last y, several different freeways. it went on for about an hour.>>[ clip playing ] >> the guy was hungry and he stopped at in-n-out burger during the chase. after he filled up with food he bolts from the truck. you can never outrun the police. he ran into the backyard of a home right there on montevista.
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about him at any second. they promised a fight to the end and they are already throwing punches. day to after the justice department filed criminal contempt of court charges against sheriff arpaio. the attorney says they want the judge in the case gone. a said that he is at off the record meeting with the court appointed monitor. it is not the first time lawyers have asked the judge to recuse himself. the football team at notre dame prep will take the field tomorrow night possibly for their final time this season. they will also play without their coach who has been suspended by the school. parents are hoping aia will reverse the ruling on sanctions for the school and allow them to play in the state playoffs. a gofundme account has been set up for the two teenagers pinned between two cars.
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those teenagers were pushing their car to a gas station when they were hit. the family of one of the teenagers releasing pictures saying they are still trying to find out if this girls legs will have to be amputated. she will need at least four more surgeries. >> it was horrible. she is recovering, but it will be really slow. the doctors are saying they have to take it step-by-step. >> the other teenager also have if you are interested in helping had to later this morning a man will earn his fate. last month he pleaded guilty to possession charges after deputies raided his home back in april and found more than 250 g of ecstasy and counterfeit cash. his girlfriend was also arrested. this man was not honoring our nation's veterans, but
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he pleaded guilty to forgery charges after claiming to be a veteran. authorities say he was trying to get a veterans driver's license. new video of an earthquake in central italy. to quakes hitting about 50 miles from where the original earthquake that killed 300 people in august. the first earthquake measuring 515 magnitude. the second was six-point when. look at these images, 60 aftershocks so far, while related death, a man had a heart attack and die from the stress. among the damage structures, a 15th century church that collapse. cruiser now sifting through the damage to rescue survivors. police looking for an armed robbery suspect who held up a taco bell. there is the guy. we are told it happen sunday night in the well was hard. if you know anything, please
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who stole these puppies. they were taken out of their kennel at the animal where fairly where they were being treated for infection. police do have pretty telling surveillance video. a couple guys and a woman. if you recognize them, contact authorities. homes for the homeless are on the way. arizona state leaders are breaking down -- ground on the rosewood court apartments. new details on the takeback of multiple. have now pushed islamic state militants out of the town and are just 20 miles from the city center. meantime a us general says nearly 1000 isis fighters have been killed. it is a mild morning, but we are off to a warmer start than yesterday. temperatures running several degrees warmer than 24 hours ago. some 60s out there, not too bad
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up will be faster today. if you do have to get outdoors for a run, walk, or hike, the earlier the better. 74 right now, but we will warm by 10 degrees with more clouds gradually pushing in from the west. partly cloudy and dry as temperatures warm into the low 90s. 90s even by 7 o'clock. 15 degrees above average, that is high -- how high our temperatures will be today. i will show you the change is moving ahead in minutes. we have a new crash for east valley drivers. is just past meal avenue and blocking maybe the center-right lane. hopefully they can get that completely clear, and it looks like two right lanes are blocked.
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we have this crash and another one closer to priest and then loop 202 eastbound right near center parkway. you will see delays there as well. no crashes here, from uber until dobson look for a lot of delays. we are up to a 33 minute desert drivetime. the big picture showing a possible car fire on interstate 17. i will map out the rest of some of your delays in just a couple of minutes. happening today, local sports icons will be recognized for their outstanding achievement. they will be inducted into the arizona sports hall of fame as part of the 46 class. the special ceremony is set for tonight at 7 o'clock. our phoenix suns back at it.
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opener. the signs put up a fight in the second half. booker leading the signs with 18 points, warren have 14, the signs fell to the kings. they are a young team and have a lot to prove here. up next, and airline making a major plane swap that could affect a tourist tradition. people will be pouring into haunted houses just like the 13th floor. before you get your scare on we have to tell you some safety tips. students are improving and
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i'm tom o'halleran, and i approve this messsage. paul babeu oversaw a place of horrors as headmaster of a school for at-risk youth. students were denied basic human rights and were subject to sexual abuse. arizona deserves better. arizona's largest newspapers endorse tom o'halleran for congress. his words match his work." and "the daily star" said, "o'halleran puts the common good above party politics. tom o'halleran -- a leader we can trust. this is known as one of the world's coolest and scariest plane landing, but it could be coming to an end. the carrier is announcing it will no longer fly the four
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martin airports. as you can see the landing are kind of a tourist destination and make for memorable video. starting on the 13th of next month the flight will be operated by an airbus is that. most kids are doing better in school except when it comes to science. test scores show about two thirds of students are not proficient in science. this despite rising scores for elementary and middle school here in arizona only 33% of students were proficient. the us education secretary says early exposure to stem programs and having well-prepared science teachers may help states improve. more traffic in tempe. the city hopes not. they are hoping streetcars will reduce the congestion.
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some business owners voicing concerns about being able to stay afloat during a long construction phase. the three-mile route is a very busy area.>> you are looking at construction getting to work and everyone upset about coming this way.>> we are working very closely with the downtown businesses and others along the route to develop a plan. >> construction is expected to start in about a year from now with the streetcar up and running by 2020. the cleveland cavaliers hoping to celebrate another when. last night the cubs rallied back to tie the series. they took the lead in the first and kept on rolling. chicago covering cleveland 5-1. the team will now take part in the first world series game in chicago in 71 years.
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5:07 pm. thousands of people will be headed to haunted houses this weekend. a good fright is something you shouldn't have to be truly afraid about your safety.>>reporter: electric chairs, blood, zombies, all that kind of stuff is some of the things people love when they go to haunted houses. you need to know which ones are safe. we spoke with department and they say to make sure the place has a good reputation. we have heard stories about places with not enough exits and something goes wrong and people have to get out. you may not want to see a big red fire extinguisher, but you need to know these places have them and that they work, especially with the wiring the some of these hunted houses could have. went to we hear over and over
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gut.>> if anything feels uncomfortable exit and tell management. make sure they are aware of. >>reporter: a little later this morning the phoenix fire department will take us inside the 13th floor even more safety tips. the bottom line is you don't want the halloween beer factor to be real. time for your most accurate forecast. yesterday we were the highest -- hottest place that heatwave continues. the latest triple digit temperature ever recorded in phoenix was back in 2003. we are going to come close to possibly hitting that mark today. my forecast just 10 shy of that temperature up your back right now sitting at 74 degrees. i do still think we will drop a
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the warm-up happening quicker today and we are going to spend the entire afternoon into the early evening in the 90s. our high of 99 coming right around 4 o'clock this afternoon. clouds not going to stop the warm-up. today the hottest day of the week and we will be very close to triple digits. we had high clouds drifting in and more of them were moving throughout the day. tomorrow more clouds as well, but the rain chan north of the phoenix area. we will see a drop in temperatures by the weekend and i will show you that in your seven day. we've had a few crashes and a lot of them have since clear. we are still seeing delays on the loop 101. basically from 35th to state route 51. i 17 a nice drive until you hit the curve, that is going to be from the i 10 stack until the
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it looks like this is 56 street right at loop 101. it is affecting the right hand turn as you are trying to get off of the 101. moments ago i got new details about the chelsea bombing suspect. crime watch daily tweeting out video showing the officers first involvement with the suspect. these days after officers say he planted bombs. you may remember he was found sleeping in a bar. he gave officers his real first name. they are the life that brought your eyes to the sky and we have been sharing the videos all over social media. we have been putting in calls everywhere and so far no one is claiming responsibility. we reached out to an astronomer
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>> i just took a look at that and there was no discussion of unidentified flying objects i will probably say maybe it is a flare, but i tend to doubt that because it is not an ordinary aircraft. >> a lot of people are saying doesn't remind you of the phoenix lights back in 1997? we call the airport, the faa, no one is claiming responsibility. breaking news out ote man if they are, one person dead and we have the newest information. plus, this guy is something else. the wild pursuit happening right here you don't put lighter fluid on a gas grill, do you?! he's about to set himself on fire. freaky fast. bam. ? can't stop loving you! ? genius!
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lisa lundskow: luke air force base is not only vital but also to our local communities and economy. georgia lord: senator john mccain has been a powerful advocate for the base, taking a bipartisan approach when securing the fighter pilot training program. lisa lundskow: thousands of jobs depend on luke. without john mccain's leadership and experience - we could have lost many of those jobs. georgia lord: without question, senator mccain's leadership has made arizona and america stronger. john mccain: i'm john mccain
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we are alive at 11th and roosevelt where check has turned into a murder investigation. when police got here they found a man shot. right now they are looking for two adult males. police have been waiting for the sun to come up to recant his look for evidence. they are also waiting on a search warrant hoping to get more clues. a man arrested in the east valley after a bizarre police chase. the driver of this white truck
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he eventually jumped from the truck and dashed into someone's backyard. police around him. he gave up. he is in jail and we are waiting on his name. we are alive at asu where donald trump jr. will hold an event at 2 pm. right now polls show hillary clinton and donald trump neck to neck. reporting live in tempe connor. here is george stephanopoulos to take a look at what the gma team is working on. 12 days ago and on good morning america this morning my excuse that does make my exclusive interview with donald trump and his family. donald trump energized and up
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adot is asking for your input from now until november 11 you can take a survey and rank what is most important to you. visit what moves you arizona for more information. a reminder to hydrate. do your best to stay cool. we are talking record heat. you can see how quickly the warm-up happens today. 99, a new record. tomorrow not quite a record, a very warm. temperatures will start to trend down throughout the weekend. the forecast will stage right. next week, i know it is not great but at least we are seeing 80s moving back in. for now no signs of rain but we will keep you posted if that changes.
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feel the heat. you are going to see extra delays on the 10, up to a 20 minute desert drivetime from the 202 to the 60. let's give you a look from our adot camera. i am also hearing of a crash on i 10 off to the side and adding to congestion. >> we are back with 40 megs of internet speed from centurylink, a family of four can all be online at the same time... streaming, gaming, or downloading movies. all you need is high-speed internet from centurylink. get up to 40 megs for just $20 a month for one year when bundled with a qualifying home phone plan. speed may not be available in your area. no, that's okay. i'm not hungry. don't worry about me.
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the average age of a homeless person is 9 years old. my dream is to help kids living on the streets with education. charles what's up man? -whoa! how can we help? -ah man! wait, is that a basketball player? yes! -wow! my heart's about to jump out my chest man. charles you ought to be proud man. i'm just extremely grateful they were here giving them some encouragement- that's something that these kids
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feet? look. whoa. i'm tom o'halleran, and i approve this messsage. paul babeu oversaw a place of horrors as headmaster of a school for at-risk youth. students were denied basic human rights and were subject to sexual abuse. arizona deserves better. arizona's largest newspapers endorse tom o'halleran for congress. "the republic" says, "elect tom o'halleran. his words match his work." and "the daily star" said,
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good morning, america. breaking news. new polls show the race tightening as newly leaked clinton campaign e-mails detail how the former president made millions after he left the white house. what an aide calls bill clinton inc. our abc news exclusive. donald trump, his wife and his family. trump hits hillary clinton for those leaked e-mails. >> george, george, she is so guilty. >> doubles down on his claims of a rigged system. >> it's record-setting bad treatment what i'm getting. it's the greatest pile-on in american history. >> and his strategy in the war against isis. >> you can tell your military expert i'll sit down and i'll teach him a couple of things. >> his wife, melania, opens up about those abuse allegations. >> they were lies. >> with just 12 days till the election. breaking overnight, two


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