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>> reporter: man tells us he is not even a us citizen but he is registered to vote in this election. how he was able to get around it and what authorities are doing about it. ripped off by a guy with a knife outside a usc -- and asu lecture hall. what police are doing about that attac what you need to know before you head out and hit the streets this halloween. battle ground arizona getting more visits from heavy hitters as we raced toward election day. thank you for joining us. >> this morning we have learned mitt romney will be amaze on thursday to campaign for john mccain. the former presidential candidates will be at a rally at the cub spring training stadium in mesa. that event begins at 6:30. before that visit hillary
wednesday. details on that rally have yet to be released for clinton's running mate, tim kaine, heads to tucson and thursday -- on thursday. tim kaine will also be in phoenix on thursday for a speech in spanish. the numbers are in. aredale -- arizona signing up nearly 188,000 new voters since august. the state total registration is nearly 3.6 million voters. republicans hold a lead among voters while independents are too far behind. democrats now have more than 1 million our state. this may seem like a big surge but the numbers don't even more when senator. john mccain was running in 2008. as voter registration surges there is no concern over who is registering to vote. katie conner broke this story exposing a potentially big problem.>> reporter: we did digging and we found a man who is not a you a citizen but was able to register to vote
>> the system is all screwed up. >> reporter: this man reached out to abc 15 worried about a problem with the system. won't reveal his name but he has lived in the u.s. legally since the 80s. a few months ago he bet a buddy he could register to vote. he applied online using his true name, social security number and drivers license number. he said the only foxy checked inaccurately was legal us citizen. >> i was sitting in bed and voters card. >> reporter: we contacted the county recorder's office a few days later and investigators called him. >> he's like i'm shocked you got it. he also asked me if i was doing it to protest. i said if you want to call it a protest, it's more just trying to prove a point that you do not have to be a citizen and you can register. >> reporter: this man had no intention of voting. he said he wanted to expose the bigger problem with the system. katie conner, abc 15 news. >> the recorder's office says
passed in 1996. at the end of the day, he lied on a government form and falsely registered stating he was a citizen. that is a class vi felony. the attorney's office is now looking at the case. as we inch closer to election date the latest polls show a neck and neck race between donald trump and hillary clinton. the washington post poll shows clinton leading by one point. voters head to the polls a week from tomorrow. a big boost trump. 27 tribal members from 15 states including arizona are creating a native american coalition working to elect trump. they say they are sick of federal overregulation hurting their small businesses and their chance to develop their own energy. they plan to advise the trump administration on issues important tribal lands. let's talk about the stack your forecast. the clouds moving back in from the southwest. we are still seeing with
any rain. plan on desert doppler to stay dry today. no impact if you have trick-or- treating plans this afternoon. the clouds will stick around. the good news is temperatures trending down. starting today. we hit a record high of 100 last week on thursday. we even hit a record on saturday , mid-90s. today no 90s. the most accurate forecast with a high of 87 nice gradual warm up going into the afternoon. we made it into the 80s now. 81. warming to 85 by lunchtime. today the highs 87 heading into the afternoon. 9:00 today i will show you how much cooler temperatures will get and when rain chances return in minutes. no jail time for a former deputy who found himself on the wrong side of the law. instead scott walters will serve three years of supervised probation as part of a guilty
walter scott more than 10 years with mcso. a mesa gymnastics coast -- coach accused of having sexual relations with a 15-year-old boy that lasted several years. is facing several charges including sexual conduct with a minor. knuckles is due in court in december. we have crime alert in tempe after a student at asu was attacked during an armed robbery. campus police sent out a flyer it happened friday night 10:45. the suspect had a knife and demanded the victim's wallet outside the education lecture hall. the suspect is described as a white man with freckles wearing dark clothing. we're getting a look at that crash a 24th street and osborne. three people were taken to the hospital in this. two in serious but stable conditions. they're working to learn more about the third person. no word what may have caused the cars to collide. a scare in scottsdale in the with frustrated homeowners and a lot of uncertainty.
was inside the car that caused the alert. the neighborhood around 75th st. and indian school was shut down for hours yesterday. it all started when officers spotted a car loan in the lot of the scotts hill corporate that officer observed suspicious materials and called for the bomb squad. a bomb sniffing dog alerted police to something. no explosive materials were found. meanwhile, neighbors were evacuated for hours. >> the ch in letting us sit out and hang out from 11:00 to 3:00. >> the car was a decommissioned police car in police say that may be why the canine picked up an old sent. pandas may look cute and cuddly but it's probably best to leave them alone. the sky learned that the hard way. incredible video of a hug turned headlock. it's halloween but you have more to worry about then
a warning for drivers. more police on the roads today looking for drunk drivers since it is halloween. police tell us they stopped nearly 500 people statewide this weekend. more than 60 dui arrests were made. this is video from a command post in scottsdale where a man was trying to walk the straight line police say there is plenty of room for fun on halloween. >> i have no problem with people going out to have a good time. just don't forget -- -- just don't get behind the wheel when you do it. >> increased patrols continue
another way to fight drunk driving, aaa offering tipsy tow service starting at 6 pm tonight and tell 6:00 tomorrow morning. if you want a toe just call one 800 aaa help and say you need a tipsy tow. it is free up to 10 miles and you don't ev member. no excuses tonight. the candy is out, the costumes maybe on already. the hopes are high. trick-or-treating sometimes what is meant to be a night of fun can take a dangerous turn. nick ciletti is taking action with ways to keep your family safe.>> reporter: the first piece of advice will be making sure that people can actually see you when you are walking around in the dark. one good tip to be to make sure
like this vest or if you're worried it will ruin your costume you can get reflective stickers or something as simple as a glow stick to make you more visible to cars driving by. speaking of -- cars, it is important to try to stay on the sidewalks and use the crosswalks when you can. check the candy. parents, it's a good idea to give it a once over before your kids eat it just in case. the phoenix police department have some tips. >> we want to make sure they understand this -- the rules of pedestrian versu we want to make sure people stay were cars aren't and cars day on the road. >> reporter: the best piece of advice is to make sure your child does not go out trick-or- treating by themselves. that means unsupervised or not in a group. make sure they have a responsible adult or if they are older have a talk with your
my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that
i did the right thing when it really mattered. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. lisa lundskow: luke air force base is not only vital to our national security -- but also to our local communities and economy. georgia lord: senator john mccain has been a powerful advocate for the base, 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
thousands of people whose homes were damaged during last week's earthquakes are being able to get some of their stuff and see the damage. the magnitude 6.6 quake hit the central part of the country. amazingly, no one was killed. there were some injuries. many buildings including churches were badly damaged. a big scare overnight. a spirit airline flight had to be evacuated because of a possible bomb threat in fort lauderdale. you can see some of the people exiting the plane. they had police nearby. one of the passengers described the feeling as they waited three hours on the plane while investigated. >> they would let anybody off. people were threatening to get off the emergency exits. people were threatening to overtake the flight attendants. >> the plane was checked and cleared and the passengers were able to continue want to dallas. now to a second scare, and american airlines flight from los angeles to toronto had to be diverted to denver after the
the flight landed safely and all 100 passengers were able to get off. no one was hurt. we are told airline is working with passengers to try to finally get them to canada. investigators with american airlines are working around the clock, trying to piece together what happened with this fire. a boeing 767 went up in flames in chicago. we now know the turbine broke apart in the engine shortly after takeoff. been moved off of the runway. later today investigators will begin looking at the planes maintenance records. this is something we seem to see every halloween. this racially incidents of the costume now has that student getting death threats. you can see a white student in blackface at a fraternity party this weekend. it was on the campus of the university of central arkansas. that photo went viral as students started expressing outrage. >> right now i know the minority in the black community
>> university is condemning the cost a man says it will investigate. as for the student, he is apologizing, saying, quote, absolutely never intended this to happen. an ohio high school says ignorance is to blame for this banner picture leaders displaying this sign at a football game against sobro high. the indians is there mascot. areas, quote, he indians, get ready for a trail of tears part two. the high school statement calling this a horrific mistake fixing the sign was created out of ignorance, not hate. the school is now deciding what steps to take. saying goodbye to rose mofford. friends and family and lawmakers honored the first woman elected governor in arizona. a celebration of her life took place yesterday at the orpheum theater in downtown phoenix. offered served as governor from 1988 through 1991. >> arizona politics has never
personalities. and rose mofford was certainly one of them. governor. moffatt was a shining symbol of bipartisan politics that always put the interests of arizona first. >> in blue of flowers moffatt's family asked that you make donations to st. mary's food bank, st. vincent de paul or hospice of the valley. home invasion's are not unheard of. this next story about the man invading the home of a sleeping giant panda. >> the scene was captured by a camera focused on the giant panda enclosure in a zoo in an east china province. the panel was resting in the enclosure when a man jumped in, attempting to tease her. the panda wakes up, grabs the man by the leg and wrestles him to the ground. >> the zookeeper says the panda was looking to play and is a move similar to one made with breeders.
left the zoo right afterwards. the panda was okay. folks, just let the panda be. >> he was taking a nap and relaxing. >> we're kind of the same way when we get -- when we wake up. [ laughing ]. let's talk about the forecast. good news. after a stretch of record temperatures we're finally going to start to see temperatures trending down over the next few days. you can already te difference you step outside. we are running about 5 degrees cooler in most of our valley cities. i will say this morning we only dropped to 60 degrees, which was nice coming off the 90s this past weekend. if we don't drop below 60 degrees before midnight, which i don't think we will, that will go down as a new record warm low temperature for this morning. something to keep an eye on this afternoon. i don't think we will drop below that. that will be a new record this morning. over the next few days it looks
records. especially in the afternoon. temperatures will be lower. right now sitting in the 70s to low 80s across the valley. tempe at 80. 81 glendale. 81 good year. scottsdale at 80 right now. partly cloudy skies across the state gradually warming. we barely hit 70 in sedona. 56 in flagstaff. 70 lake havasu. we do have some wind across the northern pocket of the state. mainly northeast arizona. when it an hour. we do have wind gusts between 25 and 30 miles an hour in spots like flagstaff and charlotte. this area going to the afternoon, especially is where we will see the stronger breezes continue near 30 miles an hour. here in the valley the wind will be lighter. 5-15 miles an hour. through the afternoon overall not a huge impact. the clouds will stick around. they have moved back in from
stick around. not producing any rain. you can see that as we look at clouds and radar via satellite. just high clouds that will stay around today. we will pull in some of that moisture and keep the clouds around for today and tonight and even tomorrow morning. more sunshine ahead of a storm system that will work its way down the california coast and eventually move into our state by the end of the week and also bring us rain chances. we won't see rain today no impact for trick-or-treating or handing out candy. we wil dry conditions and clouds stick around through tonight and into tomorrow. otherwise, staying dry across the state. by wednesday sunny skies and thursday rain chances return. the best potential will be across the higher terrain thursday into friday. we will bring the rain chances up for the valley. a 10% chance for now thursday into friday. there is a chance we could bump that up further. something we will watch over the next few days. for now keep that in the back
track a few showers closer to the valley. enjoy the 80s today. still above average but the hine phoenix is 87. not seeing 90s with no 90s anywhere in the state. 60s and 70s across northern arizona. looking across the valley the highs make it into the low mid- 80s this afternoon under partly cloudy skies the 30 year average is 83. that is where we will top out in anthem. 85 tempe. 84 good year. i will break down the evening forecast and we will talk about flames shooting into the skies as firefighters try to get this inferno under control. more this incredible video in just -- just after the break.
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. but she's reasonable. 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. vo: 13 year-old sabrina told a school counselor
season. the cubs edging out the indians 3-2. today they head back to cleveland. if you want to take part in all of the baseball fund there is a watch party at the indian springs training facility in goodyear tomorrow. free admission to all of the fans. gates open at 4:30. the first pitch is at 5:07. concessions will be there, including beer. bring a blanket for the lawn or bring a seat. first come first serve. the sports not get a lot of air time in the united states. this next story of competition and determination is flat-out incredible. >> liam thomas is going to die before the ball. there you go. did you see what happened? he lost his artificial leg. that doesn't stop him. he hops on one leg to the ball and throws it back. he hopes this video will encourage those with disabilities to get involved in
destroyed and the other had extensive damage. police still don't have any suspect information. with a little over a week to go before the elections the clinton campaign is trying to push past the latest email controversy. donald trump is not letting up on the attacks. maggie rowley has the latest from washington.>> reporter: that political bombshell has turned both campaigns upside down. is donald trump pounces on the news >> this is the pill -- the biggest lyrical scandal since watergate. >> reporter: hillary clinton shakes it off. but there's a lot of noise and distraction but it really comes down to what kind of future we want. >> reporter: the destruction came friday win james comey sent a letter to lawmakers in congress revealing that newly flagged emails were found on the laptop of hillary clinton's top aide huma abedin and her estranged husband anthony weiner. federal agents found emails weeks ago but didn't inform
team clinton is calling it unfair treatment. questioning the motivation for making the new review public sensors no evidence of wrongdoing by clinton. >> long on innuendo and short on facts. >> hypotheticals are flying all of the case. >> reporter: trump using the investigation is ammunition as he moves his campaign into previously democratic states. my colleague is traveling with the trump campaign. republicans have at one in michigan since 1988. polls show hillary clinton was a six-point lead. donald trump is making and unexpected final push to flip this state from blue to red. the latest abc news national tracking poll has the candidates neck and neck the clinton with only a one point lead over trump. >> at this point last week clinton was up by double digits. we saw the gap narrowing over the course of the week but after friday's announcement it is anyone's game. abc news, washington. campaigns taking advantage of halloween. instead of being met by trick-or-treaters you
at your door. in kirkpatrick will be the -- at the democratic headquarters rallying volunteers. she will talk about how important it is to get out and vote. her opponent john mccain has been holding events but has been dodging media after pulling his support for donald trump. for this of you who have an early ballot you need to mail it in by tomorrow. the post office is taking longer to deliver mail so they want to ensure it is going to make it in time to g it used to take 1-3 days for ballots to get delivered it now takes up to five. you can drop off your ballot at an election office or polling place. hits keep coming for clinton. wikileaks released a new batch of emails. this time dealing with the military and who should be nominated for the joint chiefs of staff. and hacked exchange involving clinton aide john podesta he wrote in march of last year the current chairman is, quote, the great leader but week on strategic thinking.
for a killer after a weekend drive-by shooting in a bar parking lot. all new at 11:00, that victim being identified as 33-year-old cody wimbush. wimbush was killed and another man and woman shot. they went to the hospital saturday morning. if you have any information please contact phoenix police or call silent witness. phoenix police releasing the name of the victim involved in another shooting. they say 28-year-old bailey night trailer home at 22nd st. and mcdowell. night died at the hospital. her killer and a motive unknown. everyone made it out safely out of this house fire this morning at gilbert and baseline. crews put out the flames quickly but crews are now working to find out what caused it. crews in the bay area having a harder time with this raging inferno in oakland. the three alarm fire engulfing this three-story building which was under construction flames
nearby residents were forced to leave their homes. thankfully no one was hurt. firefighters do not know what caused the fire. the hunt for a suspected murder in oklahoma is over. michael vance junior who was suspected in a string of violent crimes was shot and killed in western oklahoma overnight. a deputy was also shot in the process of taking him down. vance was wanted for -- for killing his aunt and uncle as well as opening deputies and officers. he filmed two facebook live videos showcasing his crime spree on the run from authorities. i have been worried about him. i am ready to just give them a hug and make sure they are okay. >> teachers across north carolina welcoming students back to class today. the school has been closed for most of the month because of flooding and cleanup from hurricane matthew. for some students this is a big change for down now going to do
matthew destroyed their homes and they had to move. work begins on replacing lead baselines across flint michigan. this is the latest phase of the initiative. 788 homes will get fixed so residents can have a safe clean drinking water. michigan is showing a $25 million for this part of the initiative. the town of queen creek is one step closer to a new fire station. today crews break ground on fire station number three in the northwest area of town. until next year but it should be completed by early fall. coming up, moments of terror caught in camera as a machete wielding man attacks psa agents at the airport. you don't have to have a peanut allergy to know how dangerous this can be picked a medical breakthrough that could prevent deadly reactions. take a look at the ohio state marching band. aren't they incredible? they rang in the hollowing holiday with a spectacular
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.
alleran puts the common good above party politics. tom o'halleran -- a leader we can trust. we have new video this morning showing the night and man went on a machete wielding rampage at the new airport. look at this surveillance video from the 2015 attack. you can see the man tries to go through security. the tsa agents stop him but then he sprays them with wasp spray before pulling out a machete and rushing through the checkpoint. you can see all of the chaos. 's attack finally ended after he was shot three times. no motive for the attack was ever established.
there is a growing trend among teens nationwide, diy braces. >> teens are watching youtube clips showing them how to use things like hair bands and paperclips. even superglue to try to straighten their own teeth at home. they promise to fix teeth on the cheap within weeks. orthodontists warn the results could be devastating. >> she's using hair bands and she doesn't understand that if she's doing it inappropriately she can lose her two front teeth. that they are going to do harm to themselves. >> in addition to your teeth falling out diy braces can cause severe infections and in some cases disfigurement. another alert. a heads-up before you smear paint on your kids faces or makeup. it could be full of dangerous chemicals. a recent joint study from the california public interest research group found at least half the 187 products they
and preservatives and you are not safer if you opt for pricey paints questionable ingredients were found in both cheap and high end products. there could be hope for 50 million americans peanut allergies in the form of a tiny skin patch. researchers from the consortium of food allergy research found the skin patch raised volunteers tolerance to peanuts . it works by gradually releasing peanut proteins the participants skin. -- received higher doses were able to eat more peanuts after one year. vegetables may be the key to the fountain of youth. researchers say they found an enzyme that appears to slow aging. that enzyme is found in broccoli, cucumbers, at a mommy and cabbage. ruiz foods mixed with drinking water had an antiaging effect
researchers want to launch a study using people. we have quick programming note. you can catch the cma awards wednesday night here on abc 15. the cma's have quite a lineup this year. plenty of today's top artists including dierks bentley. other country favorites are returning to the stage including reebok, brooks & dunn, tim mcgraw, garth brooks, trisha yearwood, alan jackson and george strait. no worries, gma's robin roberts a special show tonight at 9:00. celebrating the cmac -- cma awards and will highlight special moments and performances by country music starts. are you drag and kids around? don't get caught with an empty tank. we are taking action to find the cheapest prices in town.
we are keeping an eye on wall street. right now the dallas down 21 points -- right now the dow is down 21 points. a warning from honda and the government. owners of more than 300,000 older honda and acura vehicles still have those bad takata airbags. some 69 million have already been recalled because they can rupture and cause injury or death. testing shows we hundred 13,000
as a 50% chance of rupturing in a crash. so far 11 deaths in the west have been tied to those takata insulators. it has been a fixture for phoenix shoppers for half a century. the bashes at seventh avenue and osborne is closing its doors to make way for new apartments. right now the there are no plans replace the grocery store with another one in the area so that could take a toll on people living nearby. a chandler-based is offering transfer for their workers. donating to a charity. that makes you feel good. and easy way to do the right thing. sorry, tonight i'm about to take some of the easy right out of it and make you some work. tim wright letter quest he received in the mail. is a holiday stockings for troops adopt a platoon a legitimate charity? if it is is it an effective one? >> jim, applause for not blindly sending money. instead we will check out adopt
charity. since arizona doesn't require the charity be registered you are on your own. that means going to their website and looking for transparency. to the list of names of directors? yes. to the give you access to the 990 forms a file with the irs showing where the money goes? again, yes. it can be confusing to try to find out how much of your dollar gets to the folks who need it versus expenses. i had as i had to online sites like charity navigator.org. the gift the charity is 69 out of 100%. its most a different site charity watchdog work says it can't give a rating because of the continued presence of a parent reporting errors that the charity appears to be incorrectly reporting lines of dollars of fundraising expenses as program grants and that they can't get answers from adopt a platoon. now make your decision. were like me, call the charity for an explanation. they say they didn't does they did report everything correctly and that they are being
require. would abc 15.com to let joe no. i'm investigator joe ducey. if you have a problem let me know. if you need to head to the gas station, prices haven't changed much. aaa says neville -- national average for regular unleaded is $2.21. an arizona prices are a bit cheaper at $2.16. we found gas still under two dollars. go to avondale and phoenix for that. head to abc 15.com locations. a day full of treats. governor. doug ducey is at children's phoenix hospital this morning for trick-or-treating and reading to the kids. there's also a haunted house in the hospital for the kids to check out thoughout the day. there will also be a carnival on the patio where children can get their faces painted come a play games, sing karaoke and make halloween crafts. coming to costume and you can get some cheap food.
just show up after 3:00 dressed up in a costume. you can creep, float or call over to broker phi in costume today and get a free small custard. they are in mesa near vale vista and baseline. candy for cash. that's one sweet deal. from november 1-4 affinity dental in queen creek is getting trick-or-treaters one dollar for each pound of candy in dover tomorrow. dr. j fill up dentistry is paying two dollars per pound for candy. all candidus purchased goes into a gift basket which is sent to military members stationed overseas for the holidays. have you been outside this morning? i hear it's a little cooler. >> a difference in temperatures. especially after what we felt this weekend. we broke a new record on saturday. 90s yesterday. today just in time for trick-or-treating we get some cooler temperatures
at the phoenix valley cam it looks pretty good with some of the high clouds. it's not bad out there at all. looking to the north near camp ferdie also seeing some clouds. no rain to worry about as you make plans to head outdoors despite the cloud cover abc 15 desert doppler is all clear across the state and all dry in the valley. it will stay that way. the clouds will stick around. we have mostlyun cloudy skies across the state with temperatures gradually warming. some upper 70s in spots like mesa and good year with a few low 80s across the valley. phoenix only at 81 right now. it will be a gorgeous day. especially in comparison to the last few when we have been breaking records. today looking to stay below the record. with high clouds continuing to move in from the southwest this afternoon we won't cne rain. they stick around through
and approaching the storm system arriving towards the end of the week. outpouring better moisture and rain chances. that won't be until the end of the week. for now plan on some clouds through the afternoon into the evening. they will stick around tonight. tomorrow morning likely waking up to clouds with mostly sunny skies by tomorrow afternoon. more sunshine for wednesday ahead of the storm system that will bring back the rain chances. the best potential right now is in the high country starting late wednesday and continuing through thursday and for the high country and higher terrain. in the valley a 10% chance of rain returning thursday into friday. we will be watching this closely as the chances look better. we will keep you posted. that will be thursday and friday. in the meantime, today, tomorrow and wednesday looking drive for the valley. temperature-wise, going from 81 now to 85 for the lunch break and a high of 87 today.
time of year. nowhere near the record. finally, we are not looking to break records today. 87 for the high. the record is 96. we should be well away from that for the afternoon. we will be above average pick the 30 year average is 83. we will be a few degrees above that across the valley with highs in the mid to upper 80s under partly cloudy skies. if you're going trick-or- treating the sunsets at 5:37 with temperatures in the mid-80s at 5:00. gradually cooling after that. low 80s by 7:00. down into the 70s by 9:00. overnight tonight into tomorrow morning the lows fall into the upper 50s and low 60s by tomorrow morning. down to, topping out at 87 today in phoenix eventually dropping down to 64 degrees by tomorrow morning. lows colder up north, into the 30s and 40s by tomorrow morning.
check out the seven-day forecast. 80s are sticking around. we will stay in the mid-80s each afternoon into saturday. the rain chances back by thursday and friday. we will keep you posted on that. after reading all the candy tonight just forget about going to the gym. you can try pumping up with a bumpkin. >> this workout idea is from the ideal shape of challenge facebook page. it shows you numerous exercises you can do including a pumpkin deadlifts, and a pumpkin squat. a good use for this pumpkins. pumpkin pie, caramel apples, all kinds of stuff. >> i'm thinking we could make that pumpkin into a pumpkin pie. that looks a lot better. >> you see today's hot videos every weekday on right this minute right here at 2 pm on abc 15.
many years as a nuclear missile launch officer. if the president gave the order we had to launch the missiles, i prayed that call would never come. [ radio chatter ] self control may be all that keeps these missiles from firing. [ sirens blearing ] i would bomb the [ beep] out of them. i want to be unpredictable. i love war. the thought of donald trump with nuclear weapons scares me to death. it should scare everyone.
now to the results of our poll of the day. you want to know if you'll be going trick-or-treating tonight at 12% of you say yes. you will be heading out and taken the kids. 88% of you say you'll be passing out candy at home. to recap some of our top stories. the candidates turning arizona into a battleground as we race toward election day. hillary clinton will be in phoenix on wednesday. tim kaine will and tucson on thursday. also on thursday that romney campaigning for john mccain he will be in mesa. a pair of weekend house fires being investigated as arson. one of the homes off gilbert and chandler was destroyed and the other one has extensive damage police don't have any suspect descriptions yet. you have until tomorrow to get your early ballot in the mail. the post office is taking longer to deliver mail and they want to make sure your ballot gets counted. you can drop off the ballot at
place. we're looking into the timing of the clinton email investigation and whether the fbi director is influencing the election. could there be a rideshare discrimination? a new study suggests women and african- americans are paying more for over. we are talking turkey. the new way to get your butterball hotline questions answered this year. a little boys early trick- or-treating turned into a best prize of a >> daddy! >> i love these. jade in hays was over the moon when he saw his daddy. the four-year-old thought his dad was 20 files and -- 20,000 miles away fighting for his country. there dressed alike. jaden dressed as his hero, his
candy your favorite treats say a lot about your personality. >> ak bar says you are a social person whose companies craved by others. >> reese's peanut butter cups say that you love luxury. the same goes for hershey milk chocolate. you believe in the finer things in life. >> skittles say you're optimistic and happy-go-lucky. candy corn means you are level them or hate them kind of a person. does you are love them or hate them kind of a person. >> i love sweethearts because i am so nice and sweet >> look at her laughing when you said that. >> i am sweet. >> you are. if you're doing trick-or- treating this evening temperatures will cool from the mid-80s at 5:00 to the upper 70s by 8:00. high clouds but otherwise not
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 ] 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.
? >> announcer: today, it's the scariest hour of television you've ever seen. it's "the chew's" ultimate spooktacular. clinton's baking up something terrifyingly delicious with the fabulous kellie pickler. carla's got a devilish dessert. and "the chew" crew fina reveals their halloween costumes in style. look alive, because the party starts right now on "the chew." [ evil laugh ] ? >> well, it's halloween again, folks. my least favorite day of the year. full of annoying kids, silly costumes and rotting pumpkins. whatever happened to the good old fashioned peace and quiet?