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a familiar face campaigning for hillary clinton today in our state. we have the details coming up. plus, on clinton to trump the most racist statements he said during the rally in the valley yesterday. we're fact-checking them as ll the shocking wake up call in italy. >> that is breaking news coming in and getting new information on that. you're doing a good job of staying on top of that. the most accurate forecast this morning, i was outside and it felt nice but is it another situation where it's nice in the morning but toasty in the afternoon? >> yes, get this, we broke records yesterday topping out
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today 94. -- -- 96. 94 is a record as well. if you're outdoors today and tomorrow, we know a lot are out trick-or-treating and your pollen forecast is in the medium category there. looking out for the main allergens at the bottom of yr screen. hour by hour you can see by 10:00 a.m. 82 degrees and mild conditions and clouds continuing to thicken up as we go through. windy weather alerts going on in our state. i'll show you where they are coming up. on top of breaking news right now, overnight a powerful earthquake hitting italy northeast of rome. you see the damage to the build building. the third earthquake there in days. >> this is the strongest one yet. they are saying this was a 6.6 magnitude quake. there's been no reports of
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been hurt. >> crews helping people displace earlier this week and they will help those impacted by today's quake. >> this week switching gears here, hillary clinton is making her second appearance in the valley while donald trump made his appearance here yesterday. clinton's push to arizona blue has a new supporter campaigning for her here today. live now at arizona democratic headquarters with more megan, good morning. good morning, yeah, that face is janet napolatano, our former governor. she will be campaigning for clinton later this afternoon. she held the governor of arizona from 2003-2009 and then
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she will speak about her experiences as well as women governors trying to show it sets a strong example of hillary clinton as a presidential candidate. this coming from clinton herself, she's going to be in phoenix on wednesday but no details have been released about the visit as to what time and where it will be. we're working to gather the details. the get out the early vote campaign will start former governor at 10:00. if you want to attend, r issvp ahead of time. we have that information on our website. for the clinton campaign, we'll break down the early voting appearances she has going coming up in the next half hour. meantime in the valley, martha flifrp ton who stars in
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we caught up with her at an event in chandler. >> people are really motivated and galvanized because they understand what's at stake in this election. there's people coming in red towns and red neighborhoods and seeing a real change. >> clinton was also at an event in gilbert in the arizona democratic headquarters. hillary clinton wants to win north carolina and that's very clear campaign schedule for her and supporters. somebody is going to be campaigning in the southern state for hillary. one of the faces they will see is the star of "girls" lena done ham. we'll tell you who else is expected in north carolina also. for dump this is a must win
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the crowd packing the room as donald trump went on the attack. it wasn't just him. prior to trump's speech two arizona's explain how obamacare is cripple their finances. >> we have to use $14,000 worth of care before they start giving anything. sound look a good idea? no. >> donald trump also addressed the news about hillary clinton's emails that broke friday which we have more details later on this hour. trump made a bold claim about the nation's murder rate but is it true? >> the murder rate in the united states is the worst and highest it's been in 40 years. nobody talks about that. >> po lit fact found murders are 11% and it's the highest it's been since 1977 but it
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violent crime. to see the full research head to abc15.com. a group of volunteers came together to beat him to the political punch. local democratic leaders organizing events and pumping up volunteers to go door to door for hillary clinton and other blue running mates. the 15-year old says the decisions made in this election impact her future even though she can't vote. >> it's important even w. it's important to be heard and make sure people that can vote have the information that they need to make the right decision. several crashes happening overnight in the west valley near 67th avenue and thomas. a few people had to transported there with may nor injuries including a teenager girl.
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this is what one of our field crews told us. there was another crash southbound on the 101. the motorcycle rider clipped the back of a vehicle and rolled down an embankment. he was taken to the hospital with high nor injuries chls nobody in the vehicle was injured. a two car crash at apache and mc clintock. an nf all three crashes have now cleared. another crash involving a motorcycle at third and os born. no word on his condition what caused the crash. a shooter is on the loose after opening fire in a parking lot of a phoenix bar. one person killeded and two others seriously hurt. it happened at the break room bar and grill near 48th and mc bowel.
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idea yet as to why these people were targeted. they are asking anyone with information to come forward. police working to track down a killer after a woman found shot to death. officers say someone called police about an injured woman inside a trailer. the woman died at the hospital. detectives have not identified her yet only saying she was in her 20s. phoenix police are also stabbing near 19th and glendale. this one happening at a light rail station. no word yet on whether anybody was seriously hurt. a california man will be extradited back to arizona accused of murderings his own father. the 21-year old was arrested saturday. earlier this week deputies were called to a camp site there.
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year old dad with a head wound. two men were seen arguing and thought she heard gunshots. a deputy accused of being behind a string of robberies is finding out how he will pay for his crimes. scott michael walters pleaded guilty to drug charges. he robbed a number of places in 2015 including banks, a convenient store and drugstore. walters was with mco than a decade. a gymnastics coach accused of having a sexual relationship with a student is back in court. he was involved with a 15-year old boy. these incidents took places over several years. he also is accused of giving the boy marijuana so he's facing several charges ofrjts a
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governor a maryland uber driver has been charged with kidnapping and assault. police saying the victim was his customer. the 29-year old was arrested and police say he picked up the victim in washington d.c. and drove this victim to a hotel in college park and carried her to a room later using her credit card. he could be facing multiple charges for crimes. the city of threatening commercial water users to pay up or lose their supply. they still need $30 million in aid from the state. nearly 1 million is owed by customers. the majority of people are apartment owners. residents should still used filtered tap water. a successful landing for three astronauts returning from space.
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kate reuben who works with nasa. they were in space 115 days before returning home. you want to put on your blue suede shoes before entering this next house. elvis's house now officially open to the public. the 450 room building in memphis, tennessee pays hom imagine age to all things elvis. allison and i had a who would love elvis. . >> i think of my mom. she loved elvis as well. she and my father went to grace land to see it and they said it was really cool so it's on the bucket list. also the state fair, it's the last weekend to go. i'll show you that forecast. windy weather alerts i promised to tell you about. the air quality forecast is moderate today. you see that in tan.
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effect for today for northwest arizona. i know halloween is 24 hours away. we're going over your trick-or- treating forecast in minutes. it's 12 past the hour. a spooky time for the goblins and ghouls out there. the things you need to be aware of as you go trick-or-treating. i am thankful for the worst day of my life me a better perso oh no. me a better perso oh no. oh no. i hate this belt. me a better perso oman oh man.. mom, we have i ha situation.t. life's bleachable moments need clorox bleach. 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!
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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. whoa. people love cheeseburgers... and spicy flavors like chipotle and jalape?o... wait! what if i put them together?! smoky chipotle sauce, pepper jack cheese, and jalapenos, on a buttery bakery bun. i'll call it the chipotle jalapeno burger! boom. chipotle sauce. pepper jack cheese. you'll call it the chipotle jalape?o burger. boom. good work everyone. another winner. introducing the chipotle jalape?o burger. new, from jack in the box. i spent many years as a nuclear missile launch officer. if the president gave the order we had to launch the missiles, that would be it. i prayed that call would never come. [ radio chatter ]
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ring. [ 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. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. 73 degrees at phoenix sky harbor. 70s, not bad at all. the 80s coming back in the forecast. we'll go over that in just a few minutes. apache junction having a fun time at the annual halloween festival. they had a canine costume
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we'll tell you where you can go to enjoy the halloween fun for a discounted price coming up later in the show. apache junction wasn't the only place enjoying halloween activity saturday. >> thousands of zombies took over the street of phoenix last night. . >> zombie walk eight brought out the living dead in the warehouse district in downtown. this year the event benefitted the arizona hemophilia association for those living with bleeding disorders. >> i actual lay came with my ex- wife and her husband out here. we make it a family thing when we can. >> talk about a modern family, right? >> the event continued after hours with the zombie crawl downtown. >> somebody in that situation is a third wheel. it could be any of them.
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stayed home because officers are on patrol this weekend for dui enforcement. make sure you have plans to get home after work. don't drink and drive and aaa offering its tipsy toe service from 6:00 tomorrow night. the instructions are simple. call 1800 aaa help and say you need a tipsy toe. it's free up you don't have to be a aaa member. it's a great resource. obviously don't want to put yourself or others on the road at risk. on this sunday here, can you believe it, november is a couple days away and then thanksgiving -- i feel like it creeps up on you so fast. >> i think we would feel more like it if it felt like fall. it's been so warm. we'll continue to see that today.
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today. 73 degrees at phoenix sky harbor. you see dew points and humidity not too bad. today winds coming from the east at six miles per hour. the rest of the valley not bad either. light breezes up to ten miles per hour. current temperatures across the valley. you see a lot of us in the 60s and low 70s. 70 in apache junction and upper 60s in scottsdale. 68 in peoria as well surprise this morning under clear skies. look at 94 degrees today. that's a record high if we hit that here. if we break it, we'll be setting a new record for us today for warmth on this sunday. you are your uv index at a 5:00. air quality is moderate as well. staying dry so no storm chances there. here's a look at future cast. we press play on this here and we're at the tail end of the
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bringing us such warmth so we have to get through today so things will even out a bit adds we get a low bringing cooler air. for us that cooler air means more average seasonal temperatures. today we will still deal with above average temperatures and 78 by 9:00 a.m. nice for you to get out there. we'll see the warmth around 4:00 and the clouds will thicken up as well. ending the day partly cloudy skies. out for -- sunday breezes. we could see the gusts up to 15 miles per hour in northern arizona stronger. we'll see those sustained winds up to 20-30 miles per hour but the gusts -- look how strong they could be. 44 miles per hour. that could make driving conditions up there difficult so keep that in mind if you have to with up there or let
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10 degrees above that in mesa and chandler and tempe. slightly warmer in 93 in laveen and 93 in buckeye under partly cloudy skies. warm around the state up north sedona and prescott in the mid to upper 70s. flagstaff in the 60s. we had our producer who said it was perfect out there where she went hiking. nice to get out there anden joy upper 60s in the don't know. still the warm temperatures to the west. 91 in lake havasu as well as court side today. trick-or-treating forecast looks like this. take a look t by 5:00, 85 tomorrow and still warm. dry the rest of the evening. it will be a nice night for you to get out there and enjaw yourselves. 77 by 7:00 and 75 by 8:00. as we look at your seven-day forecast, 88 degrees tomorrow and we'll continue the downward
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fall weather but they don't stick around for long. we're flirting with the 90s this upcoming weekend. i'll show you the state fair forecast. in the meantime get your chance to win $50 in free coffee every morning from abc 15 mornings. watch out for the weather word of the day and enter it at abc15.com and there's then chances to win free coffee starting on news. we love abc 15 mornings and free coffee. the fbi taking action to help teams combat terrorism using social media. one of the biggest supporters is a boston marathon survivor. extremists use social media to communicate with teeps to build a relationship and then pull the strings like a puppet to
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deadly on their behalf. she traveled to schools around the country promoting the game like website. 13-18-year olds may be more vulnerable railroad looking at to find their purpose in life. >> they try to convince them there's corruption in the western world and corruption in the government and you're disenchanted in life because your government doesn't watch out for you and the only way to respond to that and effect change is through violence. >> the fbi team realize and identify the warning signs and recognize certain extremist propaganda. premiums are skyrocketing for obamacare but how much does it really cost? how to ensure you pay the lowest price possible. we all know to eat our veggies. even more reason to fill up the plate with greens this morning. our prime time line up at 7:00, and then secret and lies
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good morning, rates for the health insurance premiums are going way up but your payments may not be. a huge increase in monthly premiums -- the headlines are accurate but that only tells part of the story. >> eight out of ten people in
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plan through the marketplace will see no increase or only a small increase. >> he's with the arizona alliance for community health centers. he said you may qualify to receive as they go up. >> it cushions the spikes in rate increases. >> families with children under age 19 may be able to save more by moving their kids off their plan. >> which is very inexpensive. children who's families make too much for access reopen in september. your best bet could be going through an insurance broker. >> more plans to choose from so you may have a better chance to find a lower cost plan. >> the insurance broker services are free. you should apply for help and you may qualify. i'm joe ducey, have a great day. you can get more than just
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sodz. cig na is offering free health screenings. you can find out your bmi and blood sugar and blood pressure. vegetables may be the key to the fountain of youth. >> they found an enzyme in broccoli, cucumbers and cabbage, those foods mixed with drinking water aging effect. researchers want to launch a study and they want to use people. . we made mistakes absolutely tonight. that was part of it. but then again, we just have to do more offense to give ourselves a chance. >> the manager hoping his team can pull through. there are no more time. the chicago cubs are one game away from losing the world
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the cubbies finding it tough to get against cooper. >> the cubs have to win the final game to win the world series and beat this historic curse of the boligo. >> they're going to play today, win. don't lose the world series at wrigley, please. there's a watch party in goodyear tonight. free admission to all fans. gates open at 4:30 and first pitch is 507 tum tim and concessions will be open. bring a blanket for the lawn. first come, first serve. arizona coyotes returning from their six game road trip. they look good getting an early goal but they wouldn't be able to hang on to the lead. the pack falls to the
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. we're taking action to keep you safe this holiday weekend weekend. the safety tips you need to know before dressing up and heading out. the clinton campaign has brought their presidential valley to the once before but valley to the once before but we? but with crayola color wonder... it doesn't have to be. valley to the once before but we? don't you wish life could be this mess-free? 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.
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endorse tom o'halleran for congress. "the republic" says, "elect tom o'halleran. 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. 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.
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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 when it really mattered. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. we got married in june... ...on tunaday. there's a subway? $3.50 sub of the day to help you remember life's important days. every day a different six-inch sub for just $3.50 at subway? every day of the week. her name is teri... ...she was born on sweet onion chicken teriyaki day. life's bleachable moments need clorox blch good morning, 5:30 now.
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>> keeping track of your accurate forecast the day before between, i had fun seeing the halloween costumes from people going out yesterday. no real costume restrictions because we're not that cold or hot. when it gets to evening anyway. that's good news oofrnlt growing up remember sometimes it was like do we need a turtleneck? not this time. >> what are you wearing because you were under a couple jackets then. some clouds overnight. we're waking up under mostly clear skies now. not bad at all. we'll see the clouds thicken up. temperatures across the valleys in the 60s and low 70s in spots for us here. we look at the sunday forecast here, it's the last day to go so take a look at this. 87 by lunchtime and in the 90s for a good chunk of the day. warm out there and hitting 84 by 8:00 tonight. a look at what you can expect for the next couple of days
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treating forecast. let's turn to democracy 2016 now. donald trump has come to the valley seven times, hillary clinton has come once herself. her focus seems to be in north carolina with somebody stumping for her every single day in the tar heel state. . >> reporter: we don't know where but we do know when. that's the brand new details this morning. she will be here wednesday 2:00 to 4:00. on her website she has countless events and this is just for phoenix alone. roughly 60 different phone banks and canvassing events and everything happening leading up to election day including today, one big event today with
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napolitano, you remember her from 2003-2009 governor. from there she went to work for the obama administration from 2009-2013. that event today is the get out early vote campaign. that is starting at 12:30 from the former governor. if you want to attend you're urged to rsvp ahead of time. those details are coming out in increments. hopefully we'll get the location next and put that out to you. stay with us and we'll keep you updates. thank you. while she's planning a trip here, clinton's big concern is her ongoing email investigation. she's sounding off on this news that came out friday. she says it's string that fbi director james comey would
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information just before an election. >> it's unprecedented and it's deeply troubling because voters deserve to get full and complete facts. and so we have called on director james comey to explain everything right away and put it all on the table. >> clinton also says donald trump is making up lies and trying to mislead th people. clishg campaigning in florida and she has plenty of support across the country. tim kaine has two events in michigan while her husband, bill clinton, is in the major battleground state of north carolina. i am encouraging trump to vote on the 28th. he knows about as much about elections as the rest of the things he talks about. >> hillary clinton getting support from vice president joe biden in nevada yesterday.
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issue but painted a picture of donald trump. biden and obama are scheduled for full court press leading up to the election day on november 8th. less than ten days away now. biden may stay away from the email investigation. donald trump attacking clinton head on about the scandal and also talked about bill clinton. he talked about the meeting between the former president and loretta lynch. that government corruption at the highest level, says trump. >> they spent 39 minutes talking about golf and will their grandchildren? i give golf two minutes and grandchildren three or four minutes and the rest of the time perhaps was discussing the fact that the attorney general was going to make a decision right after that about hillary clinton.
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justice department? what's happened? ? >> while trump was inside making his pitch to voters, outside the convention center was quite the scene. hundreds of supporters listening to his speech through an audio system. they were almost holding a rally of their own out there. we spoke with many of them about what they would like to see from trump as well as protestors trying to make their voice heard. >> we need to cut taxes. he will cut them 15%. he's strong on isis and i like that a lot. >> myself and my family are down here. we're very much hillary supporters. >> donald trump will be in las vegas and agreely, colorado. -- -- greeley. a man wanted by phoenix police for ripping off a credit
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and casted a check from the victim's account and then walked out with the money. call silent witness if you know anything. this morning we're taking action with you to let you know what you need to know to stay safe. we checked in with a number of valley fire departments and found many of them inspect the haunted houses before the beginning of the season. a #of fire departments like phoenix, scottsdale and mesa do requir hermits. >> there's nine fire safety investigators that look for escape routes and fliment blt factor. we have a special look at one of two permitted haunted houses in the city limits. >> ia fire alarm goes off all the devices shut down and the lights come up and now your zombie turns into your person showing you where the exit is.
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arizona accesses a watchdog on haunted houses for a variety of issues -- safety being one of them. if you like you're in danger in a haunted house, contact them and your city's fire department. check out the list of halloween freebies on our website at abc15.com for all of those spooky deals. speaking of the spooky forecast, my goodness, it's been so warm. we are on watch today. we broke our record yesterday for a high this time of year. we're continue as good that on today not expecting to break it but tie it. more clouds rolling in and i'll have a look at the halloween trick-or-treating forecast. a new record high today. other states dealing with harsh weather conditions. we'll take you across the country.
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is third time a i spent many years as a nuclear missile launch officer. if the president gave the order we had to launch the missiles, that would be it. i prayed that call would never come. 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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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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donald trump continues to claim the election is rigged while hillary clinton says her record proves she can reach
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>> 14% of noncitizens are registered to vote tfrjts same researchers who collected the data -- the study relied on unreliable internet responses. >> it's unaccurate but not out of thin air. they're messing up the statistic where he's getting that from. >> they're rating trump's claim false. >> you don't get that done unless you work wi the other side. >> po lit fact went digging in her track record. >> she's somewhat correct but exaggerated as well. >> she does have her hand in a number of bills but one in four bills she sponsored had republican support. clinton and trump are expected to hit more critical swing states before election day. take a look at this.
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talking about severe flooding and water so heavy along some roadways officials forced to shut down streets. the roads looking more like water ways. debris clogging storm drains and giving the water no place to go but up. we're talking about our own most accurate forecast this morning. >> yeah, definitely warm. >> maybe some relief? >> well, yes, maybe. absolutely. i think your halloween forecast is good. finally the relief we have been looking for. we have to get through today first. that's the catch that we have to deal with before we get some of the 80s in our forecast. here's a live look outside now. trin k ling lights from the valley forecast camera. this is doppler scanning the state. no showers or lightning or storms this morning so that's good news. a mild start to the day for sure.
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60s in some spots and low 70s in others. tempe, 67. 70 in laveen and 64 in glendale now. here's a look at current temperatures across the state. 60 degrees in globe. 50s in pay mesa and prescott and flagstaff area, upper 50s if you're attending a pumpkin patch know it could be a little bit bothersome. your air quality is in the moderate category because of dust. here's a look at the future cast. we can see what's happening today. expecting mostly clear skies but we're seeing the clouds thickening up through the day, mainly up to the north of us here for today and by tomorrow morning we're dry as well for your halloween. we'll see the slight chances
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north along the border there for us, not expecting to be a rain maker in our state. we're staying dry for the most part expecting clouds to thicken up throughout the day. we're looking out for a wind advisory in effect for the day starting at noon lasting until 7:00 for the area you see shaded in the tan there. that means we could see winds up to 45 miles per hour. the gusts up to the north, it could be very strong and make driving difficult. for today we're going to out at 94 degrees in the phoenix area. that's a record set just a few years ago in 2014 so we're expecting to at least tie that if we don't break that. it's hard to believe we're talking about mid 90s in november. this is how the temperatures are breaking down hour by hour. 82 by 10:00. 92 by 1:00. coming to the 80s by 6:00 when the sun is going down. your forecast high across the
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globe and 81 in winslow. closer look in the east valley, temperatures in the mid to low 90s. average 83 degrees under partly cloudy skies in the west. mostly 93 for a lot of us there in peoria. your trick-or-treat forecast looks like this by 5:00. 85 degrees and it's still warm. we'll continue to stay dry. 77 degrees dropping to 75 by 8:00. overall really nice for you to collect the good candy. good stuff there. your seven-day forecast. 788 tomorrow and down to 85 and 83 by wednesday. finally so take a look at that. we'll stay in the 80s for a couple days and then we'll slowly start to climb back up again. temperatures above average triple digits and 90s again by the weekend. to put it nicely, if you're
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not easy. u of a hoping to beat the losing slump last night but no such luck in the homecoming game getting crushed by the wild cats. they expect to make a bowl game they have to win the next four games, that includes the sun devils next month. the sun devils in oregon taking on the ducks. the devils were hope to go fry up some duck this such luck. the defense had a rough day and injuries continue to plague the team. the devils fall to the ducks 54- 35. asu has now lost six consecutive conference games. now we look to the cardinals facing the panthers. this is the third time the two teams have squared off at bank
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last year 49 to 50 feet down in the chfrp i don't know ship has not been forgotten by the cards orphans. this si good panthers team again -- -- is a. >> i look at one side of the ball and study that side. it's a great group of guys that have had some injuries but they won 15 games last year. >> i've is a 17-hour flight but the flight back to phoenix last night only four hours but it was the longest flight i've ever been on. thodz type of things, you just don't forget. our weekly cardinals county down has been moved to tuesday night to accommodate the kingpin challenge charity ent. we will be live tuesday night
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today before the arizona state fair packs up for another year. good morning, hillary clinton fighting back slamming james comey for announcing days before the election that his agency will be investigating the newly discovered e-mails. trump is pressing the offense as the new poll shows an extremely tight race. we heard from o'hare. we take a look at what caused this fire. these college athletes putting compassion over competition. you can see on the side of your screen, a rival runner collapsing mid race and they helped her across the finish
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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. "the republic" says, "elect tom o'halleran. his words match his work." and "the daily star" said, "o'halleran puts the common good above party politics. er we can trust. 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.
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this is the 57 and 1. temperatures low 70s so not so bad as you step out the door. allison is here taking a look at the forecast. it's going to be toasty today. full details coming up. the brutal break up between
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angelina jolie. carrie underwood has made history. she's become the highest certified country album artist today bu since the turn of the century. her platinum "8 hearts" has went platinum 8 times. up this year. top art i-s including dierks bentley, reba, brooks and begun, garth brooks and alan jackson and george strait and it kicks off on wednesday on abc 15. there's a special with robin
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memorable moments and performances by the big country music superstars. have you made it out to the fair this year? if not, you should do it now. doors open at 10:00 this morning. today get half off your admission until 2 p.m. and you get in for 5 dollars and you get an unlimited ride wristband for 50 dollars. don't miss out before the fair is gone. . >> temperatures on the toasty side. it won't be that bad. 94 degrees is where we top out today. 94 is the record. don't worry, the downward trend continues. back at average by wednesday. so bachelor and bachelor rhett parties are usually just
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et. they saw a dog and connected with her and they realized she was protecting her litter of seven puppies. they spent the weekend bathing the puppies and they all now have forever homes so good job guys. still ahead, more information on hillary clinton's visit to the valley this week and who is showing up in our state to campaign for her today.
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earthquake. italy hit with another earthquake and this one making history. a look at the damage and devastation this morning. hillary clinton is heading to arizona this week and heavy hitters stumping for her in our state. that's coming up. donald trump drawi crowd in phoenix this weekend, what he had to say to ar arz voters plus we're fact checking his claims. also the most accurate forecast, we say good morning to you. nick ciletti and allison rodriguez here. today we're on record watch again. i don't think we will break it
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72 degrees under mostly clear skies and 94 degrees later on and the clouds will thicken up as well. your pollen forecast, if you're going somewhere out for brunch or a pumpkin patch, in the medium category today, tomorrow, and tuesday as well. temperatures hour by hour, mild conditions in the morning and by lunchtime we'll start to warm up. 87 by then. more clouds as i mentioned and in the 90s by 2:00. things are getting breezy across the state. i got to tell weather alert going on now coming up in your forecast in a couple minutes. let's get to breaking news from overnight. italy rocked by another power powerful earthquake thchlt . this was the strongest since 1980. it registered a 6.6. this is is the same area where where a massive earthquake hit
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today. no reports of injuries yet. i was texting my niece that serves in the navy in italy so i asked her if she was able to feel it. she's in the southern part and she says she wasn't able to feel it but she heard about it. scary situation. >> you hope she is safe also the people she's serving with. hillary clinton will be making her second appearance in the valley sinc candidacy. a new supporter this morning is campaigning for her. >> megan thompson is live now at arizona democratic headquarters with more on this. do you know who will be here? >> yes, our former governor, janet napolitano is inside
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for clinz clint later today. -- -- clinton. campaign officials say she's speaking about her own experiences as well as woman governors before her trying to show they believe it sets a strong example when hillary clinton is a presidential candidate. she will be here in phoenix on wednesday. the only that she's here from 2:00 to 4:00 on wednesday. that's what we're just learning but the location is still up in the air. as for janet napolitano's event today, this is the get out early and vote campaign. with appearance from the former governor starting at 12:30 and if you want to attend, you're urged to rsvp ahead of time on our website, abc15.com and there are countless other
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page so we'll have that coming up. a busy day on the campaign trail for donald trump hours after leaving phoenix, the republican nominee expecting to make three stops in three different states today. here's a look at his schedule. at 11:00 he's attending a rally in las vegas and then from there he's off to northern colorado and then touching down in albuquerque, new mexico for a rally at 7:00. let's look arrival in the valley yesterday. he made his way to the phoenix convention center yesterday afternoon. this was his 7th stop as we mentioned. working hard toll get more votes here, more than 67 people showed up to the rally to hear what he had to say. >> she set up this serving knowing full well our actions put our national security at risk.
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getting to his argument telling the large crowd what he thought about hillary clinton's emails. he also addressed obamacare promise to repeal and replace it if elected. outside the convention center was quite the scene. hundreds of supporters listening to his speech through an audio system. they were holding a rally of their own almost. we spoke with many of them about what they would reich to see from trump if he wins the election as well as protesrs making their voices heard. >> we need to cut taxes. he's cutting them to 15% which i'm 100% okay with. he's strong on isis too and i like that a lot. >> my opinion of myself and family while i'm down here, we are all hillary supporters. >> donald trump made a bold claim about the nation's murder rate but is it true? >> the murder rate in the
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highest it's been in 45 years. nobody talks about that. >> we put the statement through the truth check and according to the fbi murters are up 11% nationally and that's the highest it's been since 1970. this increase comes after historic lows in violent crime so they rated his claim mostly true. visit abc15.com for the full research. police responding to several crashes valley. this is 16th avenue and thomas. multiple people were taken to the hospital with minor injuries. also a man oon scene given a field sobriety test. this crash near thunderstorms bird, police tell us a motorcycle rider clipped the back of another car and rolled down an embankment. minor injuries only and expected to be okay. . >> everybody involved in this crash including an infant was checked out on scene and
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okay. all three crashes have been cleared up. tomorrow in court, the deputy accused of being behind a string of robberies finding out how he will pay for his crimes. scott michael walters pled guilty to theft and a drug charge. detectives say he robbed a number of places in 2015 including banks and a drugstore. walters with was mcso for more than a decade. detectives say nolan was involved with a 15-year old boy and the incident took place over several years. he's also accused of giving the boy marijuana and facing multiple charges including sexual conduct with a minor. today is your chance to say good buy to arizona's first female governor. it starts at 1:30 in downtown phoenix.
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a california man accused of murdering his father is extradited back to our state. this is the 21-year old. deputies called to a camp site where they found the body of his 60-year old bad with a head wound. a witness saw two men arguing and thought she heard gunshots. phoenix police busy trying to track down a killer after a woman found shot to death. officers say somebody called police about an injured woman inside a trailer home near 22nd street and mc dowell. detectives have not identified her yet saying she's in her 20s. a possible stabbing near glendale. crews were told at least one person was taken into custody for this one. we have reached out to authorities and trying to learn
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pass those along. the moments a man went on attack at an airport at the new orleans airport in march of last year. you can see the man tries to enter a security lane but tsa agents stop him. he sprays them with wasp spray, whips out a machete and charges through the check point. deputies shot him three times and he litter died at the hospital. planet earth after spending time at the international space station. the crew members included someone from russia, japan and here in the u.s. the trio has been up in space for almost four months. >> wow, incredible to see that view. across the nation, thousands of people are remembering hurricane sandy. it's been four years since the storm devastated parts of the
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it was one of the worst national disasters in our country's history. >> we have rebuilt and elevated thousands of homes. 90% plus will be started by the end of this year. 75% will be completed. >> the storm caused $6 billion in damage and displaced thousands of people. a show cut short when a man orchestra at the lincoln center in new york city yesterday afternoon. it sounds bizarre but investigators say they spoke with witnesses who told them this man was there to pour the ashes of a friend. his mentor in the opera. surveillance video does show this man walking away after the incident. the audience was evacuated and nobody was hurt. an uber driver charged with kidnapping and assault. maryland police saying the
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two the 29-year old was arrested thursday. authorities revealed he picked up the victim from a bar in washington d.c. and drove her to a hotel in college park instead dropping her off ot her home. he also facings charges for using her credit card. listen to this, veggies just may be the key to the fountain of youth. they found an enzyme that appears to slow the analing process. >> it's found cabbage, cucumbers and edamame. . >> that might be my favorite. broccoli is not so bad. >> i like spinach. why can't it be on there? >> popeye. >> i eat it like chips. >> that's good. . >> it helps me balance out the
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i had cheeseburgers and cheese fries while i was watching the cubs game. i don't care and i don't regret it at all. i was indoors with the ac where it cooler. breaking records all over the place today. we're expected to tie a record actually. if you're outdoors look at your air quality forecast in the moderate category. we talked about windy weather alerts going on. wind advisory in effect for today. these coul these are sustained winds up to 35 miles per hour and gusts up to 45 miles per hour. . a growing security threat at gas stations here in the valley. credit card skimmers and your personal data at risk. the new report reveals how many have been found in our state this year along. the cubbies hanging in
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your payments may not be going up. >> a huge increase in monthly premiums. >> the headlines are accurate. >> that only tells part of the story. >> eight out of ten people in arizona that purchased their plan through the marketplace will see no increase or only a small increase. >> he's with the arizona alliance for community health centers. he says as prices go up, so do government subsidiaries. >> it cushions the spikes in rate increases. >> and families with children under age 19 may be able to save more by moving their kids off their plan and kids care. >> which is very inexpensive. >> the plan specifically for children who's families make too much for access reopen in september.
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together shths your best best is going through an insurance broker. >> you may have a better chance for finding a low cost plan. >> you should apply for help and you may qualify. i'm investigator joe ducey, have a great day and let me know if you have a problem. a warning now, credit card skimmers are popping up statewide. the department of agriculture has found 78 in them in just the past six weeks. we're taking action to keep you safe. for a complete list, head to abc15.com and i also just tweeted out the link too. look for it on twitter if you're there. according to aaa the national average is $2 and 21. as for arizona an average of $2 and 16.
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dollars $1.94 cents. that is not bad. it's at costco. get a hot dog and pretzel and the other good stuff. >> it gets a lot of people. sign up just for that. we're 24 hours away from halloween even though i know it doesn't feel like. there's relief coming for your halloween. stick around for your seven-day forecast. meantime, sky harbor coming in at 72 degrees. light winds across the valley. you can see some spots not registering. calm in deer valley and otherwise we could see winds up to ten miles per hour across the valley this morning. current temperatures now in the mid to upper 60s for a lot of us. low 70s in some spot. 66 in chandler as well as 71 in tempe. 68 in peoria as well as sur pruz this morning under mostly clear skies. phoenix getting to 94 degrees.
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under partly cloudy skies. winds at 15 miles per hour. you are uv index is a five for us and air quality moderate. no storm chances or weather alerts. dry for the day. as we break down temperatures, you can see most of us in the mid-70s to low 70s by 8:00. a lot of us coming in the 80s for a good chunk of the time and by 5:00, all over the valley in the 90s for today. i'll show yo out at. for future cast, going to press play on this. this high pressure you see it moving out. that's why we're not as warm as we were yesterday but on the tail end, you see cooler air moving in and that's our low moving in bringing cooler air. what that means is back to seasonal temperatures into arizona and specifically into the valley. we just got to get through sunday first. this warmer temperature for us again expecting to at least tie
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miles per hour in the valley and up north, look how strong those could be. i tweeted this out too. winds from 20-30 miles per hour. gusts even stronger at 45 miles per hour. yeah, very strong and could be gusty up there and could make driving difficult. across the valley we're seeing temperatures in the low 90s. average 83 degrees. 92 in apache junction. 93 in scottsdale. low 90s in deer valley and 91 in goodyear. across the state 70s for us up north. look at those temperatures. warm all the way around. 60s in flagstaff. good time to get in the grand canyon. 80s for us today in kingman and 90s for us in lake havasu and yuma as well. i know a lot of you have plans to gt out. what you can expect here by 5:00. still warm and mid 80s.
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good idea -- temperatures start to drop and staying dry. 77 degrees by 7:00. mid 70s by 8:00. so cooler and really nice weather for you to get out there and get good loots -- we're talking about candy and having a lot of fun. i want to mention we're taking a look at the state forecast coming up. first, your seven day forecast here. 80s back tomorrow. down to finally near average by wednesday feeling like fall. then the temperatures go right back up as we weekend. i'll give you a look at the state fair forecast coming up. in the meantime, let's talk about coffee. who doesn't love free coffee. a chance to win $50 in free coffee every weekday morning. so starting tomorrow you have to watch for the weather word of the day as soon as you see it enter it at abc15.com and there's ten chances to win free
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we made mistakes. we have to do more offensively to give ourselves a chance. >> joe madden hoping his team can pull through. there's no more time to make mistakes. the cubs one game away from losing the world series. the cubbies finding it tough against the pitchers there, losing their second straight game at wrigley. the indians leading the series 3-1 so the cubs the final three games in the world series to win it and beat the historic curse of the billy goat. if you want to take part of the baseball fun, there's a watch party at the indians spring training at goodyear tonight. first pitch at 5:07. concessions will be there including beer and bring a blanket or chair for the lawn. allison is on the edge of her seat for the hometown cubbies.
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arizona coyotes starting their home advantage with the avalanche. they couldn't hang on to the lead. the pack falls to the avalanche 3-2. arizona hosts san jose tuesday night in glendale. for students preparing for college, social media is vital. how a valley action is taking action to secure students' future. we take a
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quantico at 9:00 and stake around for abc15 news at 10:00. your child could be putting their chance of getting into college at risk and they may not realize they're doing it. we lock anthem is tackling modern issues. >> reporter: it only takes one click to ruin a career, kill your chances of getting into college. that's the message these students are hearing. >> i didn't know about all the legal issues you could be involved in. >> i didn't know how much it follows you for the future. >> reporter: part of boulder prevention convention. the students learn about the potential down side of technology.
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educate the students on how to use it but how to do it safely. >> the message seems to be sinking in at least for these students. >> if you post on social media or cyber bully someone they will see and you won't get accepted in intoo a college and it affects you for the long run. >> that was faye patrick reporting for you. it also including cpr passion classes. a new tool to keep a close eye on your luggage. delta has an app that maps your bag's journey and you will see pins pop up any time the bag is transferred and makes a stop. it's the only carrier with a tracking system like this. a radio frequency id tag is attached to your luggage and the radio waves tracks it. it will cut down on lost bags
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next, a halloween costume sparking death threats. why some students say their classmate crossed the line. the walking dead around
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rors 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, "o'halleran puts the common good above party politics. tom o'halleran -- a leader we can trust. but with crayola color wonder... it doesn't have to be. don't you wish life could be this mess-free? f sets each sold separately.. don't you wish life could be this mess-free?
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hillary clinton's second visit to the valley this week. new developments about this large house fire caught on camera in chandler. police now investigating. we'll tell you why. you'll want to hear about place searching for this guy accused of walking away with somebody else's mown. a busy sunday we're glad you're joining us. i'm nick nick ciletti. >> and i'm allison rodriguez. can you around the corner. we broke records yesterday. we topped out at 96 degrees. warm again today. not quite as warm but on record watch as well. clouds and radar, you see clouds developing over here in the valley and we're going to continue to see that trend today. those current temperatures across the valley in the upper 60s and low 70s in a lot of spots. some spots reading cooler than that. today is the last day to head out to the state fair.
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look at what you can expect. temperatures in the 80s until lunchtime. 90s set in so it's warm for sure. the 80s won't back down in the the sun goes down. windy weather alerts coming up plus your trick or treating forecast ahead. let's get to democracy 2016. donald trump has come to the valley seven times now. . hillary on north carolina with someone stumping for her. the candidates are close. what the clinton now has planned this week in arizona. details shaky but what have you learned about the visit? >> we just learned this morning that we know the actual time this will happen on wednesday 2:00 to 4:00 but the location is tbd so a lot of things in the works.
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the few events she has today. this is all the events she has scheduled in phoenix alone before election day. this is about six different canvassing events and phone banks. today she has a big stop. former arizona governor janet napolitano will be speaking here at the arizona democratic head warters talking to supporters in the area. you may remember she was leading our state from 2003 to 2009 in the governor's office and then went on the obama administration from 2009 to 2013. the event is called get out and vote early campaign starting at noon with the appearance from the former governor at 1230 tim tum. if you want to attend, you're urged to rsvp ahead of time. as for the details on clinton, we will stay on top of it. the time 2:00 to 4:00 on
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the location. hillary clinton already has star power here helping to maybe sway undecided voters. martha mrifrp ton from the reel o'neil's making several stops for clinton yesterday. she attended three different events in the valley. we caught up with her in chandler. >> people are motivated and galvanized because they understand what's at stake in this election. there's people coming in and into red towns and red neighborhoods and change. >> she also made stops in gilbert and the arizona democratic party headquarters. >> donald trump got help rallying the crowd during his stop in phoenix. the prescott woman killed while in isis captivity spoke about why this election is parent to him. the 26 year old aid worker kidnapped and held by isis he says she watched as 18 other
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their government ask the u.s. had many chances to save kayla because they were communicating with isis by email. >> in our desperate efforts to save our daughter we pleaded with the administration to let us do what was needed but they refuse and blocked us from doing what we needed to do many times. it's time for a change. >> yeah [ applause ] . >> her body recovered. in the final days for the campaign, donald trump continues to claim the election is rigged and hillary clinton says she proves she can reach across the aisle. two claims we're checking with politifact this week. >> 14% of noncitizens are registered to vote. >> trump stated a controversial study.
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relied on unreliable internet responses. >> trump is getting it from somewhere but where -- they're messing up the statistic. >> they rated trump's claim false. you don't get that done unless you work with folks from the other side. >> clinton was referring to her time as a new york senator rment. politifact went digging into her record but a little exaggerated as we. >> she does have her hand in a number of bills but nearly one in four had republican support. both clinton and trump expected to hit more critical swing states before election day. for more fact checks visit politifact.com. the gunmen involved in a deadly shooting at the break room bar and grill near 48th street. this was the scene yesterday
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one man is dead. another man and woman seriously hurt. police tell us they have no idea why these people were targeted in the first place but they're asking anyone with information to come forward. chandler police looking into this house fear here. look at the flames. this is captured by viewer mark smith. chandler fire says the two story house was under construction at the time. there was also a small dumpster fire about four houses down from this one here. nobody was hurt but the cause still under investigation at this time. let's go to a crime alert you need to hear about this morning. a man wanted for ripping off a credit union customer. he's caught there on video walk into a desert school credit union last may and casts a check from the victim's account and walks out with the money. so if you know anything, please call silent witness right away.
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a classmate's halloween costume. that student is getting death threats this morning. take a look at the photo showing what appears to be a white student and black face taken at a fraternity party this weekend on the campus of the university of central arkansas. that photo going viral as students started expressing outrage. >> right now i know the minority and black community is really offended by this. being black is not a costume. >> the the costume and says it's going to investigate. as for the student, he's apologize i saying absolutely never intended this to happen. an ohio high school saying ignorance is to blame for this banner. cheerleaders displaying it reading "hey indians get ready for trail of tears part two." the high school says it's a horrific mistake saying it was
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not hate. kind of makes you scratch your head or shake our head wonder what these people are thinking. 6:38. in you're in downtown phoenix, you may have seen "the walking dead". thousands of zombies took over the streets for a great cause. . >> zoom by walk eight. >> it take place in the warehouse district. the event benefits the arizona hemophilia association for those disorders. i was a family friendly event, kids even playing alone. >> i came with my ex-wife and her husband out here too. so we make it a family thing when we can. >> new this year, the event continued after hours with a zombie pup crawl downtown for the adults. >> so many of you heading out to haunted houses tonight and tomorrow as well. this morning we're taking action with what you need to know to stay safe.
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valley fire departments and found many of them inspect haunted houses before the beginning of the season. a number of fire departments like phoenix and mesa require haunted houses to get permits before they open. >> scottsdale fire has nine fire safety investigators that look for escape routes and flame blt factor. phoenix fire giving us a special behind the scenes look at one of two permitted haunted houses within the city limits. >> here in a haunted fire alarm goes off, all the devices shut down and the lights come up and now your zombie is turning into somebody showing you where to exit. >> safety is an issue so if you feel like your in danger, contact them but also contact your city's fire department. we'll post the links later this
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your online etiquette as you look to buy and sell your stuff. there are unspoken rules and following them could spare you from the drama. take it from this experienced seller. you don't want to deal with it if you don't have it. >> they will start swearing at us and instant messaging us and telling us they're going to come to our house and it's easy to find out where you live. just ridiculous. it's a slap site, facebook. >> so r comment on posts if you're not interested in the purchase and don't post phone numbers or personal info and be honest about your item. >> posting pictures is a must and reach out in order of interest and be patient, there are time limits to set up that swap. but those so popular in all different kinds of communities so good to know the etiquette. >> maybe we should talk about etiquette for political posts. that would be a whole show on
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there. let's talk about your most accurate forecast, something we can all agree on. it's been warm and i know we're ready for fall temperatures. more clouds rolling in today and i'll break down the halloween forecast coming up. i think you will really like it. halloween is almost here which means many of us will be snacking on candy. what does your favorite treat reveal about you? it's a pumpkin smash you have to see this morning.
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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. 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 when it really mattered.
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welcome back. it's 6:44. low 70s and upper 70s in some play places. allison has a look at the forecast for her according to allison, it will get warm once again later today. maybe some relief in site. she'll have details in the 7 days. i know tomorrow is halloween. you can celebrate most important and popular treats now because it's national candy corn day. the tweet orange and white candidates back to the 1800's. it's made with sugar and corn syrup and march mellows. a survey from the national confection ners association found 43% of people start with the narrow end.
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comfort but says a lot about your social personality. >> reese's say that you love luxury and same for hershey's milk chocolate. if you believe in the finer things in life you like hersheys. >> skittles say you're optimistic and happy go lucky and candy corn means you're a love them or hate them kind of person. if candy isn't your thing maybe pumpkins are. these hip pos spent their saturday smashing pumpkins. caretakers through two big pumpkins in the water for the hip pos to eat. i don't think they inadmissible. -- -- nibble. they're aggressive don't mess with them. >> pumpkins are tasty.
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because i was in a fall mood. it's so good. you have to force the fall into your life even though it doesn't feel like it. >> pumpkin seeds have a lot of protein. >> they make the house smell nice. let's go to the most accurate forecast. we're making ourselves hundred ri here. this is a live look at children's phoenix valley hospital. the current temperatures mid to upper 60s now, low 70s in some scottsdale. 68 in peoria and 65 in an attempt for us. across the state current temperatures in the 50s. 61 in sedona. chillier there. the grand con i don't know coming in at 30 degrees. pollen forecast in the medium category today and tomorrow. if you're outdoors for the next couple of days keep that in mind if you suffer from allergies like me. the forecast in the moderate
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so that's good news. as i go ahead and press play on this here, taking us through this evening and you can see cloud build up up to the north but not a ton of clouds expected throughout the morning. they will ticken up later in the even but by tomorrow mostly clear skies for us here even though we will see more cloud coverage up to the north of us. no rain chances for us in the valley. what we're contending with across the state is a wind northwestern arizona. you see it shaded in the tan expiring tonight at 7:00. we could see strong winds out of that. gusts up to 40 miles per hour making driving conditions on the dangerous side. today 94 degrees. set back just a couple years ago so we have been warm the last few halloweens. keeping our eye on that
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your most accurate forecast, 82 degrees by 10:00 a.m. and climbing into the 90s by 1:00. still at 889. warm conditions by 6:00. 81 by 9:00 p.m. cross the state warm temperatures around 72. 92 in casa grande and yuma 93. averages 83 degrees so as i move out of the we are going to be ten degrees above that, maybe a few spots slightly below but unseasonably warm temperatures in the vest wal. the only spot getting into the 80s is wicken burg. they won't climb out of the 80s for today. as we look at your trick or treat forecast, tomorrow evening things are looking good. staying dry throughout the evening and tomorrow. clear to clear skies. great conditions by 7:00.
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collecting a lot of candy by 8:00. wrapping things up nice, 75 degrees out there. as we look ahead at the next seven days, 88 for tomorrow and again, expecting to tie that record today and then the temperature trend continuing. down to 83 by wednesday. so that's good news for us there. slight rain chances by your thursday. we're going to continue with the downward trend staying in the 80s. make sure you have the free mobile app and we'll track that. 87 by friday and flirting with 90s by saturday. so going to be warm again but at least we have the 80s here. >> we like the 80s. to put it nicely, if you're an arizona sports fan, life is rough now. u of a hoping to beat the losing slump last night. getting crushed by the cardinals. they have lost their fifth straight game in a row. they will have to win the next four games including the dual
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devils. speaking of the sun devils, they were in oregon taking on the ducks. the devils hope to fry up some duck during their down year but no such luck. injuries continue to plague the team at the quarterback position. the devils fall to the ducks, 54-35. asu has lost six consecutive conferences. stick around for details on the bacon blue and brews it's just as good as it sounds. it's just as good as it sounds. even better, we got married in june... ...on tunaday. there's a subway? $3.50 sub of the day to help you remember life's important days. every day a different six-inch sub for just $3.50 at subway? every day of the week. her name is teri...
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the bacon blues and brews festival. it smells good in here. let's bring in our steve and gee >> we have turkey wrapped bacon. >> this si amonster thing over here. >> it's like a heart attack waiting to happen. for just once it's fine and worth it. >> you can do one. >> what do we have here? >> maybe two. >> and then secondly your cheesy bacon bombs. >> it's cheese of your choice wrapped in ground beef and smoked with bacon for a couple
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piece. if you like something sweet with your bacon, tell us about these over here. donuts? ? special beers and wine through the the event and a kids zone so you can bring them and then blues, five different bands playing all day. 25% of the sales of alcohol are going to go towards east firefighter charities. >> this is an important cause for you guys. 25% goes to east valley firefighters.
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>> a variety of things we do throughout the year. the biggest thing is our adopt a family programs and the winner around christmas time, we adopt over 150 families in the east valley that are in need. we also support local charities and phoenix children's hospital and new few leave and mda, 6 $6,000 last year. >> that's incredible. >> you guys are taking action and your hearts are so big. thank you for everything you do we appreciate it. look at this. what more could you want? get out there and have fun and you'll help out the communities who need it and organizations who do. that festival is next weekend in queen creek venlt. got to get out there. the bacon and blues festival, that information is on your screen. the times and everything you need to know right there. get out there and support the community. thank you guys for being here. >> best of luck.
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>> "once upon a time" at seven. a full hour of abc15 news at 10:00. a last look, 94 degrees today and that record now is 94 so we're expecting to tie that today. by tomorrow, 83 is what we should be at this time of year. it's coming. the state doesn't stay cool for that long. close to the 90s by next weekend. you could see the trick-or- treating forecast hour by hour online on abc15.com venlt. . that is under ore weather section. >> this is thing is heavy. it could be used as a weapon. i don't know they mean business with this. >> i should get away from you then. remember, your news is always on abc15.com.
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