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do not turn your porch light off. you want to let these fees that someone is home. and you may want to trick-or- treat earlier in the day. many people turned up at this may sound event earlier. and they know that there is safe candy. >> there is a concern when you are trick-or-treating in the woods where you do not know if the candy is safe. t you do not have to ma >> reporter: you do not have to make this a fright night. also well protecting your home, protect your cars. make sure that you take all your valuables out of your car before you head out tonight. back to you. let's get a check of your most accurate forecast tonight, were talk about trick-or-treating, but if you're headed out, currently 81 degrees at sky harbor. auerback hour, we mentioned
hour, we mentioned warm conditions. worked up into the mid-70s. dry conditions, and 75 degrees by 8 pm. coming up we will have your full forecast and we will talk about rain. hillary clinton's campaign, calling it a double standard. the fbi director, james comey, opposed talk about russian information. he is now looking at newly discovered donald trump is pouncing on those emails. he says that clinton isn't a good role model for his 10-year- old son. coming up, he lied to see if anyone would check and realize that he is not eligible to vote because he is not. he is not even a citizen. we are live at the maricopa county ballot counting facility. but did you find out?>>
should not have been cast. he is under criminal investigation, for voter fraud, but he was able to use his drivers license number to register to vote. election officials admit this took them by surprise but they rely on codes on driver's licenses someone is eligible to vote. however, by a fluke, this one did not. a maricopa county reporter said there's no way to tell how many other licenses may have the same issue. >> that would be a little difficult to do. he got that reissued. i do not know how we do that. >> we have these politicians, they have been in politics for many, many years and nobody figured this out?
>> reporter: the maricopa county recorder says that she is confident that this is a small percentage of cases where someone would try to do something like this, in order to register, if you are not a citizen you would have to check a box swearing that you are. again, that is a felony crime in arizona. we will see if a criminal case develops against him. there is talk about voter intimidation. tonight, it is a the republican party. it was filed today with the democratic party, blocking gop volunteer poll watchers from harassing voters. republicans say this is not happening. a video raising eyebrows. did the official push gun violence? they tweeted a video that has become very controversial. we are live at the state
>> reporter: the media has become a fan favorite for the donald trump rallies and this may have gone too far. some say, it is a dangerous message coming from an elected official. >> let me show you how i feel about the second amendment. >> reporter: he teamed up in this video, calling it the jeff dewitt second amendment. >> all right, press, we e coming for you. >> say hello to my little friend. >> reporter: he is aiming a rhetorical gun at the media. >> it is absolutely dangerous. they are ripping people off. >> reporter: over the phone he said he was not involved with shooting the video.
a humorous take on a t-shirt campaign.? he did tweeted saying he loved it but he since -- >> reporter: he did tweet it. he said he loved it but he has since deleted it. >> i highly respect what the press does. >> reporter: i spoke with the company representative who made it, and he would not represent himself, but he says it was made with fun. >> the media at these are arenas. and they are spitting on them and throwing things on them. but that's not the way we should have our political arguments played out. >> reporter: the company took the video down when they noticed that it was posted publicly. clinton's visit to tempe.
prior. on thursday, get ready for tim kaine's visit to phoenix. he will hold his rally in spanish. no word on the event details. he will rally in tucson at the high school. ray king from the abc15 -- breaking out from the abc15 dust. investigator desk -- breaking out from the abc15 desk. investigators, searching, police are releasing an image of a u-haul moving truck. the suspect may have been driving. if you recognizes truck or suspect, call the sheriff's office right away. the cameras were rolling, there was an overnight burglary. the owner did not want to confirm what happened there. please have not said much about
were climbing on the roof. but it is unclear if that's how the crooks got inside the store. forensic teams, checking two homes set on fire in chandler this weekend. both are considered arson. here is the team, taking pictures, taking evidence, coming up at 6:30 pm. we will talk about the recent fires in that area and if they are all connected. a 30,000 reward is available if you can help authorities catch this guy. the person of interest was spotted near the site of the fire on october 13. we know the victims name. we do not know who pulled the trigger. bailey knight was shot inside her mobile home. the state has had enough. they want the file for leslie merritt junior to be dismissed. asking the judge to throw out
he is the only person to be charged with the freeway shooting, and those charges were later dropped. but there was a civil lawsuit filed for malicious prosecution. a driver ended up with of flat tire going through a contraction -- construction zone. adot say that repaired and that you should contact them if your tires were damage. a gunman wanted for a domestic violence case, he just took his own life. he was making threats against sheriff deputies and himself. it started when he was pulled over for a traffic stop extract information, the officer that shot and killed -- the officer who shot and killed a woman in winslow.
office said that she came to him with scissors. there is a protest on her death tonight. a mass shooting at a high school in a cold las vegas. a 15-year-old boy was arrested. police say they are collecting evidence on this. the test results are not in just yet, we were curi that set off a bomb scare this weekend. it happened on 71st street and indian school. at one point, -- at one point, they saw flames 20 feet high. they do not know what caused the fire and no one was home at the time. no firefighters were hurt. new from the abc15 live
those who are building the dakota axis pipeline. the tribes are upset that it would damage sacred ground. there has been divide between young protesters and older protesters. saved by the right call, how close to tragedy a gilbert couple got when a plane crashed through their home. make a decision about prop 205. why lawmakers say there is something different we can do. contracting without a license, this woman can't seem to stay out of trouble. we will let you know why she and her partner are due back in front of a judge. not only was it a tough loss, on the scoreboard, they lost two key players in the
new information tonight from the abc15 live does. there was a scary plane crash, we learned how it couple managed to survive, and then a police officer was a mile away responding to another call when he witnessed that crash. according to the police report, the plane landed in the middle of the room. and each one of them were in the outer rooms. there was a concern, the home owner said that in the home and that they may go off in the fire. no one died in the crash. a mesa man was killed a decade ago. this is a man charged with the eight-year-old death. his body was found in bell county. -- pinal county . back here in the valley, we hope that a family can get
the woman's body was found at the whispering pines apartments. her body was discovered yesterday. there are no arrests. are looking for a man that brought them with threatening them with a knife. it happened outside the lecture hall and so far, there is no sketch of the guy. for years, seniors have accused around the sun city area. >> is a grand jury indictment. they were accused of abandoning the sun city landscaping job. >> they are not licensed. the contractor says that there were 11 similar complaints investigated since 2010. $130,000 were paid.
these women. i question other cases, she pled guilty to contract without a license. ? why take so long?>> reporter: she paid a fine and then paid some restitution. they are charged with conspiracy. they are charged with theft, and fraudulent schemes. the attorney general's office says that they cannot find these two. if you find them, they appear to, and they are doing business with you, take video let me know. i am investigator joe ducey. if you have a problem look me up. prop 205. they have asked opponents to stop airing ads in our stay. they have sent a letter, the
at an all-time high. schools have not seen any money from marijuana tax robin to. -- marijuana is at an all-time high. schools have not seen any money from marijuana tax. the cardinals have lost to the panthers, and lost two key players in the process. the left tackle, number 68, is out for the season he will undergo surgery to undergo fixing a tricep and his arm. the safety, matthews, will miss six weeks after suffering a shoulder injury. despite the injuries, the coach says that the biggest difference this year is the lack of execution. >> i have been please with the preparation. the preparation has not been a problem. is the execution of the play.
struggled with this game. they use poor technique and is unacceptable. >> they will accommodate the cardinals king pen charity event. he's talk about execution, the news talking about another word that we will share with you later. >> >> what is the problem? >> they have half a season left. >> that is right. >> there is a chance. >> [ laughter ] there is a chance for a lovely evening for the trick-or-treating is -- traders. -- trick-or-treaters. tonight, good news, everyone heading out, we have upper 70s
valley. let's take a look as far as what they are saying about the wind speed. 10 miles per hour across the valley, glendale, it is calm there. and also at maison gateway. across the state, the winds are stronger, to the north, over by sedona and winslow. as we look at the current temperatures right now, across the state, you can see the cooler temperatures to the north, where we would typically see that, in and prescott. bullhead city, and lake havasu, and 77 degrees in yuma. we are seeing your air quality in the moderate category. there is some dust and pollen, as well as a moderate category, if you plan to head out there, it's something good to know. i know a lot of you suffer from allergies, i do as well.
the newsroom, we see the highs in the 80s. we like that. it was still above average today. we will be having the cooler air in the next couple of days as well. 86 degrees was the high. normal is 83 degrees. we were above average. the record of 96 degrees was set back in the 80s. we were not close to that even though we were above average. here is future cast, we start out, as we get into tomorrow and through the evening, they will come back a little bit. we will have partly cloudy skies at night looking at the valley trick-or-treating forecast, this evening, 7 pm we are dry 78 degrees. as we get into the evening, cooler, 73 degrees. we will have rain chances coming into play and i will tell you when in the full forecast just ahead. a word of caution if you plan to visit the grand canyon,
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. nuclear weapons scares me to death. it should scare everyone.
a potential security risk. today, that threat is gone due to an arrest. a security cost -- security officer was taken into custody after having child porn on his laptop. he has a sense that job. mcso believe he could be a target for blackmail. tracking at the abc15 live does. of the zika virus. scientists in washington state has been using male mice, but the mice reproductive organs, their sperm count has gone down. scientists believe that the damage may be permanent. the recent earthquakes in oklahoma, talking about the effects of natural disasters and oil drilling's.
in the 30s made by humans. if this new research holds true, it will be the first time that oil operations has been linked to earthquakes. this is the first woman to be hired as the chief deputy for the border control. she is second in command. she knows a lot about the porter bell -- border battle. this case may be connected to recent fires in the area. where officers found this drug filled food and how much was there. vo: 13 year-old sabrina told a school counselor she was raped by her uncle. her counselor called sheriff joe arpaio's office. but arpaio failed to protect her. for three more years, sabrina's uncle continued to rape her -
remain uninvestigated, while arpaio focuses on his personal agenda. arpaio talks tough, but doesn't keep us safe. 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.
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, taking a bipartisan approach when securing the fighter pilot training program. lisa lundskow: thousands of jobs depend on luke. 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
the east valley has seen fires in the construction zones, two of them were in gilbert. there asking if they are connected? >> reporter: police do not believe they are connected. the suspect's of -- the suspects descriptions are different. the duplex down the way, but is not comforting for people who live in the area. two close to home -- is close to home. >> we are close to this, not even 50 steps away from it. the back she was not -- >> reporter: she was not there at the time but her phone was blowing up from her mother. left here, a crime scene, it is difficult to decipher. >> arson scenes, they take a long time, but that's the way
reporter: neighbors are forced to be patient and hoping to feel safe in their own homes. it's really close. it's very scary. the suspect or suspects could be having heavy charges, and the home next or was hit and there were people living inside the home and that could be a class ii felony. scottsdale police say he did not wait long, he is accused of sexually assaulting a prostitute. he was just released from prison 12 hours earlier. he assaulted a woman in an apartment complex. he took the woman to a convenience store, and then she told workers that she was in trouble. she gave him the list template and then police tracked him down. two cars collided here,
be taken to the hospital. fire officials say that two of them are in cirrus condition. right now, at this time, it is unclear on what caused the crash. he is no match for officers. this is what command used to struggle in math. >> reporter: -- meth. >> reporter: the 62-year-old there was a lot more. check out these pictures, people tried to import this through a port of entry. marijuana was found hidden throughout a car. a woman behind tucson was behind the wheel. and it's worth more than $29,000. the massive manhunt is over in oklahoma.
troopers were chasing him in a stolen truck when one of the road, he got out and started to fire. he was on the run for weeks, he was suspected of killing two relatives and shooting at the officers. we continue to fact check the statements from the presidential nominees. the hillary clinton renewed email investigation is the first. >> if they will be sending this kind of letter, it is going originally to republican members of the house. they need to share whatever facts they have with the american people.>> hillary clinton sounded off with the f the ice investigation. -- fbi, there investigation. democrats got the letter, not
they rated her claim as false. donald trump, talking about minorities. >> nearly half of african american children under the age of six, are living in poverty. >> he will be at a rally in ohio, thursday, the pove but according to the bureau of labor statistics, the population is more than 37%. is not exactly half. they rated donald trumps claim as half true. let's take you outside, phoenix children's hospital, the camera right there, we're taking a look out there, the sun has gone down, we're experiencing cooler temperatures. if you're heading to head out
mid-70s by a p.m. we will get cooler, dropping down to 70 degrees by 10 pm. we have some cooler air coming our way and were talking rain chances and i will tell you the best chance we could see isolated showers here in the valley. javelina, coming close to home scott even eating this pumpkin right here. -- even they are eating this pumpkin here. >> i have spotted them on chandler boulevard across from pizza hut. >> reporter: living steps away from south mountain they see the javelina more and more. >> neighbors have said they had seen the javelina along with
she is the president of the 828>> reporter: -- >> reporter: she is the president of the havoline a. -- she is president of the age away. -- hoa. a neighbor reported that her small dog was attacked when walking through this washed through the wash to hear back of the middle school. >> if you leave pumpkins out, that draws them to our neighborhood. we're asking homeowners, you know, clean up right after halloween. whether it's candy, or anything like that.>> reporter: reporting in ahwatukee. a lot of emotion in a high profile trial. a halloween tradition out of the window.
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.
firefighters spending the day monitoring hot spots. there was this massive apartment building in oakland. it was under construction when the fire broke out. neighbors down the street said that they could feel the heat from the fire. some of them were forced from their homes. things were getting emotional today with the hot car.in georgia. he is charged with the murder of his 22 month-year-old son -- his wife testified for the defense. she described him as a loving father and loved spending time with his son. a dozen people were taken to the hospital for carbon
treatment. some of them were in the apartment and others were in the cafi below. there trying to figure out where the leak came from. carbon monoxide poisoning can be deadly. behind a vanishing campaign sign. that story coming up. you will see this deal of the day. season with super bowl aspirations, what coach aryans says -- what bruce arians
says about this year and last year.
the workers were taken to a nearby hospital. it happened on the colonial gas line. that is the gas line that ruptured last month and but to gas shortages through the south. there is a campaign sign mystery. the candidate from california cannot figure out why his science vanishing. that is until he opponents daughter right in the act. he saw the woman lifting the sign outside of the restaurant. he got a picture. the car belongs to the councilmen whose daughter was driving it around. >> 50 feet away i spotted her carrying my sign. and i thought, holy cow, i caught her in the act. he does not plan to press charges.
station in tennessee. a gas station received political backlash. many said that the sign message was vulgar. the company decided to pull its branding from the gas station. customers have mixed opinions. >> is not appropriate for this side of the road. >> i was horrified. it was very hate will. >> might the -- my mother, my they put up there, they always have our business. >> the signs are opinions and they are protected by their first amendment is what they say. an entire town, nearly destroyed in yesterday's 6.6 earthquake. people were pulled from the rubble. 20 people in all are hurt. 15,000 are staying in the
this is the strongest earthquake in decades, and they are vowing to rebuild. every coach starts the season saying something like this, if we could just stay healthy, we should be okay. the cardinals season injury list is growing. eight players and counting. it's not the injuries that has bruce arians concern. >> this team does not have as much as accountability as last year's team. it's easy turn on the tape, and you see a guy making an error. >> accountability? i honestly do not see that coming. everything you hear what he says is holding players accountable. his statement is surprising. >> they have a week.
way. >> [ laughter ] >> it may be both would be good work >> it sounds like a plan. >> it is easier said than done. let's take a look at your most accurate forecast. look how much cloud cover, the state was under throughout the day today. that is not something we typically see, the heavy cloud coverage, especially into the late october month. our high reached 86 degrees. that finally ended our streak of temperatures being at 90 degrees or above. we finally broke that today. we will be in the 80s for the next couple of days. looking at the forecast lows, across the state, we will wake up to this, 48 over in show
we will bottom out at 30 degrees at the grand canyon. 46 in kingman, tomorrow we will climb into the 60s for northwestern arizona. we will see 70's in winslow, and 80 in casagrande. here are our luz, we will be in the low six -- here are the lows, the average would be in the 50s. we will be slightly above back are the highest will reach the low 80s for the east valley, for the west valley, we will see the temperature similar. the lows that will drop into the 50s. we have not seen temperatures like this in a while. we are family, expecting near average temperatures. and pump in the low 80s. 81 in surprise and keep in mind
80 degrees. we will take a look at rain in the next. we have potential rain and we will let you know when is the best day for that. there is a controversy brewing at the maryland school. you can see that there are no kids in costumes. each year, a group of students opt out of halloween festivities due to religious reasons. this year, the principal did not allow but some parents signed kids out of class and held a halloween party nearby. >> we have gotten to a point, with people being politically correct. >> and the school made it clear that anyone went to that off school activity will receive an unexcused message.
of sex offenders that live in the valley. had to abc15 to see if any are living by you. you need to be aware while you are trick-or-treating. when you are done trick-or- treating will you be eating some of your kids candy? you're not alone, 70 people -- 70% of people admit to taking their children's candy. some of the surveys claims that they a the candy but only when their kids are not looking. so that means kids, you have to keep your eye on your candy. governor ducey stopped by for some trick-or-treating, and he did some reading to the children. there was a haunted house in the hospital. they were able to a get their faces painted, play games, and saying karaoke. you can see that the kids were having fun and they were making halloween crafts.
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vo: 13 year-old sabrina told a school counselor she was raped by her uncle. her counselor called sheriff joe arpaio's office.
to protect her. for three more years, sabrina's uncle continued to rape her - and arpaio did nothing. rapes, assaults, even child molestation, remain uninvestigated, while arpaio focuses on his personal agenda. arpaio talks tough,
we want to get you back to the breaking news we told you about earlier. deputies are looking for this man in connection with the shooting and guadalupe a. the sketch -- guadalupe a. the sketch was released little bit ago. deputies of a u-haul truck. if you recognize him or sell this truck, call mcso right away. here is a look at our other top stories. police warned that this is the biggest night of the year for break-ins. one of the things you can do is keep her porch light on even if you do not want trick-or- treaters lurking -- keep your
not want trick-or-treaters lurking around. the tim kaine event on thursday will not be opened up to the public. we head to a phoenix cemetery were a pile of bones was found. fed up and making new demands, a satanic group, they have a stern message tonight. y a pair of doctors are worrying about an warning -- a pair of doctors are warning about tomorrow, 80 degrees, the rain chances coming into place on thursday those will dwindle out and we will be in the upper
paul babeu is abusive. physical and sexual abuse at a boarding school. woman: a school that used to be run by pinal county sheriff paul babeu. disturbing. man: babeu's school was unlicensed, abusive, and dangerous. woman: paul babeu exposed in a damning home video. man: congressional candidate not only ran a boarding school rife with abuse, he supported the abusive practices and even bragged about them. paul babeu is unfit to represent us.