tv ABC15 News at 11AM ABC November 1, 2016 11:00am-12:00pm MST
this is abc 15 news taking action. right now in the valley's only 11:00 newscast. a busy valley shut down after a wrong-way driver crashes causing this fiery scene. killing himself and another driver who was just on his way home from work. >> and another phoenix police officer off duty. >> and it is open season for health care coverage but a lot of arizonans may be wondering why the affordable care act doesn't seem so affordable anymore. and breaking news right now. an up scale neighborhood with million dollars homes. the scene of a raid with a human smuggling scene. a lot to sort out here.
scene and i want to prep that a lot of the information is prirm. this is a smuggling ring involving about a dozen teenagers of african descent as well as a wire fraud element to this case. all coming out of this house right here behind me in this up scale neighborhood. air 15 was over the scene earlier today as federal agents and local state officials started to raid this house. the phoenix police. the phoenix s.w.a.t. team. the u.s. attorney on the east coast is also involved. we've reached out to them to try and get more information. but what it looks like now these teenagers of african descent were going around this neighborhood selling magazines and that's one of the ways this was discovered. whether or not they were forced to sell these magazines we just don't know that yet. we also don't know about that
this. sitting down with saul macicio. he's been in communication with some of the investigators. he says these organizations that do this are usually international organizations and that very well could be the case that's happening right here in this neighborhood. let's listen to him. >> they were slave labor, these are individuals that come in, they can never work their way out of a problem. they're brought in from other parts of the an international component in this as well. >> reporter: now obviously we have a lot more information. we need to gather. we're going to be talking to neighbors. we're going to be talking to federal officials throughout the day. join us 4:00, 5:00, and 6:00 tonight as well as all of our social media platforms. i'm jason valentine abc 15. loop 101 is back open after
down for hours. >> dps telling us a wrong-way driver is behind what some drivers surely felt was a traffic nightmare. and she has the details. traffic is finally flowing here along the 101 after a horrific crash early this morning. a 22-year-old male was driving right here in the hov lane when he was hit head on by a wrong-way driver. both drivers dead at the scene. but just bef learning witnesses from a nearby gas station called 911 about the wrong-way driver saying he was intoxicated. they actually tried to stop him from leaving but he wouldn't listen. reporting from phoenix katie connor abc 15 news. well it was a busy morning for firefighters across the valley in phoenix. a home near 35th avenue just went up in flames. the good news here no one was hurt. in part because nobody lives
fire. the flames started in a kitchen and then spread from there. six people were burned right out of their house. >> then fires across the valley have communities on high alert this morning. those homes were under construction at the time. officers they don't have a lot to go on. all they're saying at this point is that two teens were in that area. well the fire bug responsible for a condo fire in gilbert is still on the run. keep available if you can help local authorities track this guy down. a person of interest was spotted near the site of that fire on october 15th. >> and we started out with a lot more cloud cover across the valley. but those clouds quickly clearing off to the south and east. this is what we're left with. a beautiful morning so far, too, as our temperatures have been slow to warm. can you believe it we're still
75 degrees. so a gorgeous morning so far. so by lunchtime 79 degrees. maybe you'll grab lunch outside or on a patio. and that is finally right at average for this time of year. so a very nice forecast ahead but i do have some rain chances moving back into our 7-day. i'll show you when to expect those in minutes. a murder mystery in the va police hope someone will recognize this sketch right here after two people were shot. the victims drove themselves to this guadalupe fire station. police have also released a photo of a u-haul moving truck that the accused killer may be driving. four people including two children are recovering in the hospital right now after this crash. police are still investigating but we're told they don't have any good witnesses. all we know is the mini van was
control. today marks open enrollment for so-called obama care. some arizonans may be wondering why it's not affordable anymore. which attracted a lot of sick people to sign up. the problem there is that healthy people did not sign up. so now we're seeing these providers trying to make up the cost. the feds, though, say there is financial assistance. >> it's important for people to recogniz for health insurance that is smtsz here talked about is not the price that consumers actually pay. financial assistance is available to help consumers pay for the cost of the monthly premium. >> open enrollment runs through january 31st of next year. >> we can expect the next seven days will be packed with rallies and voter. trump will also head to
democratic side. hillary clinton hosting several rallies in florida. tim kaine is in wisconsin drumming up support there. and tomorrow hillary clinton heads to the valley for a rally at asu. giving a speech that's going to happen in phoenix and donald trump's for vp governor mike pence will speak at the mesa convention center. the rally is slated for 10:00. doors open at 8:00. >> and one concern for day is election hacking. nearly every state asking for federal help to protect voting assistance for hackers. the fbi issued a warning after hackers broke into point in time illinois state board of elections and then tried to breach systems here in arizona.
kasich breaking his vow and not voting for his party's nominee. he wrote in our senator for john mccain. coming up we take a closer look at why all of these candidates are making a push in our state for votes. >> and also ahead the border battle taking another turn. we're now learning it's not people from mexico crossing our southern border. >> have you started your christmas shopping? let us know.
two years ago in sadona. brener rooebtly failed a drug -- recently failed a drug test and was allowed to retire. >> she came at me with scissors. >> now that winslow police officer who shot and killedlor lorlle sinagippy. authorities say the woman was holding a pair and posing a threat to the former officer. her family has filed a notice of claim lawsuit against the city of $10 million. a rising trend in border crossings shows more migrants from around the world are crossing into the u.s. through mexico. new data from homeland security reveal they're coming from
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, above party politics.
what caused this crash between a school bus and a commuter bus that killed six people and injured ten others. police say the school bus first hit a car then hit the entrance to a cemetery before veering into on coming traffic and colliding with that mta bus. there were no children on the bus at the time. but the driver of that school bus was killed along with five people on that commuter bus. >> right now a struggle in philadelphia after public transportation is shut down. 4700 workers are on strike. it's all over a failed attempt to reach a new contract. 900,000 people. they use public transportation every day. so it's making getting around a flat out nightmare. a pipeline in pennsylvania shut down. millions of people could face a gasoline crisis when this is turned off. this is the second time in two
the valve leading to high prices. drivers waking up to higher prices at the pump this morning. a $0.23 gas tax. so the average driver will now pay about $5 to $10 more a week in gas. should generate $16 billion over the next six years. no is not good enough. sending a scottsdale city council. >> it's come clear that scottsdale has created some kind of pretext. >> so he says no other religion is being treated this way and he's threatening a federal lawsuit.
the past that they only allow groups that have a substantial connection to the city. i bet a lot of people out there probably happen to see october go. this was a warm one. >> it was. here in the valley we felt the heat. that's for sure. we broke some records. we even had 100 degrees last week. here's what our october looked like as the numbers have officially come in. look at we're talking average temperatures for the month. came in as at third warmst october on the month. as i mentioned tuscan seeing the warmest october on record ever down there. so we were certainly feeling the heat this past october. luckily our heat wave finally starting to come to an end as our temperatures corroborate to trend down and today shaping up to be a beautiful day and we are still in the mid 70s this
75 officially at phoenix sky harbor. we still have some cooler spots. you're both checking in at 73. it's 706 in surprise and also in pioria. eventually most of us will make it into the low 80s. so we're at 75 now . i think we'll be up to 79 by lunchtime and then the 80s set inar today's high right up to 82 degrees and we'll watch for today's high around 3:00. a gorgeous day. 82 right at average for this time of the year. 81 by 4:00 and back down into the upper 70s by 6:00 this evening. so if you've got a work out planned this evening it will feel great even through midday. it's notice going to feel bad if you want to get outside for a walk. gusts up there between about 20
in spots like window rock and winslow. as the storm system also approaches. but today plan on those dry conditions across the state. that storm system eventually working its way in and that will start to bump up those rain chances tomorrow for the high country by thursday. pumping some moisture. our rain chances go up here in the valley. so something to look forward to if you've been looking forward to the rain at least a chance it there for our valley forecast. today we'll stay dry across the state again. mostly sunny in the valley. slight chance of shower going up north into tomorrow and by thursday those rain chances go up across the higher terrain in eastern arizona and we'll see a sliegts chance on thursday. not likely a wash out. that chance is there. thursday even into friday.
start to kick into the high country tomorrow and then thursday friday and then the higher terrain in our state has a better shot of showers. here in the valley we could get a little action too. we're also going to warm back up as we head into the weekend i'll show you what that 7-day looks like in just a little bit. but don't forget you have a chance to win a $50 gift card from dutch bros by watching abc when you see it enter it at abc15.com. only on abc 15 mornings. we are counting down to one of country music's biggest nights. all eyes are going to be on luke
and my heart. if i win another one what a night. >> only two others answer won three consecutive years. all goes down tomorrow night on abc 15 starting at 7:00. new this morning glamour has named its 2016 women of year. as the first bono is glamour's first man. let's talk some baseball now. will the indians give cleveland its first world series title. either way it is an epic fall classic. if history's any indication i
first pitch is tonight at 5:00. if you've got one of these early ballots in the mail there is a very important dead like you have to know about for for maricopa county. >> plus social made media landing one state official in hot water right now and it's all over a video he tweeted. see why it's causing so much
bonding right there. >> he's already won my heart. he's a sweet boy. he's 7 years old. he's a silky terrier mix. beautiful beard and skrufy eye brows. he was actually rescued by emergency medical animal. there was over 60 pets in the home and pour oaty's lived most of his life. >> yeah, he's got a chance to find a new home and also good news is thanks to the animal hue main's society. that's good news moving forward to help with more pets like oaty who were rescued from a sad situation. really this guy craves attention. he wants to be right next to you. he wants to be held.
he's just missed out of so many years of love. he really just wants to be someone's companion. >> yeah, so next week the arizona humans society mobile veterinary clinic will be heading out to gilbert. the petco will be set up. and you can call our shelter to make an appointment for that but it's a great way to bring those services to the valley and help pet owners get their pets fixed. >> oaty is available at our sunny slope campus. he may need a little bit of training but it will be worth it because he's going to be your loyal friend. fawning over oaty here in the studio. i have no doubt he'll find a great home. guess who's coming to dinner. meet the unwelcomed guest found in one neighborhood how you can
vo: 13 year-old sabrina told a school counselor she was raped
by her uncle. her counselor called sheriff joe arpaio's office. but arpaio failed to protect her. for three more years, sabrina's uncle continued to rape her - and arpaio did nothing. rapes, assaults, even child molestation, remain uninvestigated, while arpaio focuses arpaio talks tough, but doesn't keep us safe. so remember these long voting lines from march? so according to the report
significantly 1900 electric poll books are needed to achieve the county's goal. that goal having 1% less of voters waiting. the county is more than 200 poll books shy of that figure. the report also recommends extending early votings. >> reporter: reporting here from marry cope ma county of election headquarters. they are counting those early ballots. send them in the mail by today. and they get counted. of course you can't always hand these in in person if you would like to do that. all of this is to try to prevent those lock lines. remember this back in march. the last time hillary clinton and donald trump were both on the ballots. yeah, some six hour wait times in certain locations.
vote early or send in these early ballots. as we said you can hand this in in person if you'd like or go in person to any of the 25 early voting locations in maricopa county. you don't even have to have one of these. you can just go in person and fill out the ballot there. for more information on this head to abc15.com right now. reporting here from downtown phoenix soletti abc 15. coky roberts joining us now. the polls this morning had trump leading by one point. do you think this is all attributed to this kind of renewed interest into that clinton e-mail scandal and can this hold out for the next week. >> that can't all be attributed because it was already closing
before that which by the way danielle it was bound to do. we're much more divided. but clearly since that announcement on friday we are seeing some erosion of her support and more enthusiasm behind the trump support. so this could definitely keep going for the next seven days depending on what else h and given the nature of this campaign pretty much anything else can happen. >> what can the voters expect to see from both campaigns in this final push for votes? >> this is where the vast fundraising advantage that she has should in theory at least pay off. hiring lots of people and field offices in those battle ground
ready to get the people as clinton voters to the polls and make sure it happens regularly until next tuesday. you really have to think about this. it is so extraordinary to have the man who is essentially the head of the nation's police force that you don't know where it could go from here. >> and that was coky roberts with us and from presidential race greg stanton joining democratic leaders from phoenix. kirk patrick fighting to take john mccain's senate seat. >> so has arizona been misled when it comes to prop 205. well three arizona law makes insist that is the case. they sent a letter to the group arizonans for responsible drug policy that adds claim.
an all time high and schools have not seen any municipal for marijuana tax revenues. more than $138 million. the total tax revenue is more than $228 million. bashing the media has certainly become a favorite at trump's rallies. >> let me show you how we feel about the second amendment. all we're coming for you. >> say hello to my little friend. >> it's titled jeff do it second amendment. the trump campaign coo. he tweeted the video saying he loves it and told abc 15 he wasn't apart of producing it. they've since taken it down from
a report from gilbert police going into detail about that small plane crash back on september the 17th . so here's what we've learned. the plane was carrying sky divers. but as the divers jumped, the pilot ryan killgore noticed one of the wings was on fire. when he felt a wave of heat, he knew he could not make it so he bailed from that parachute and then tried to aim for an unpopulated area. unfortunately that plane crashed right into a couple's home. fortunately it landed in the room between the two of them. as more those sky divers police say the crews refused to talk without a lawyer and talk about piecing together an investigation. on that night several neighbors approached officers with pieces of debris from that plane.
witness statements and body cam video to put together their final report. well it may have felt like a curse driving on the superstition freeway. a-dot may be paying for that tire. this happened on sunday. the a couple says they were driving eastbound near the greenfield exit when their tire just gave out. when they pulled over they noticed several other people had flat tires. a-dot investigated a bridge expansion joibt which may be a possible cause >> there was a lady that pulled behind us on the left side and she was pretty upset because she had just got new tires. >> a-dot says anyone who thinks that infrastructure caused damage to their cars you can file a claim. so now that halloween has come and gone you might want to move that pumpkin off your
haver sp leeners. >> if you leave pumpkins out that drawing them to our neighborhood. so we're asking homeowners to clean up. >> so arizona game and fish says that haverlienors are included the new stats about how harmful those electric devices may actually be. >> plus it's not just women who have to worry about zika. we're taking an in-depth look at
and teachers. it's the second year for the we are listening tour. she's going to wrap up in gilbert on thursday. arizona is one of the largest school choice in the nation. it's great to have a choice but all those choices can be overwhelming. thanks so much for joining us, karen. >> thank you. >> and there's a big event happening this saturday and this is parents to get their questions answered. >> it's a wonderful opportunity. you can send your child to any public school in any district and in addition to that there are charter schools, hundredses of them which are tuition free public schools. so we're bringing a lot of those people together this saturday at the phoenix convention center and from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. parents can come in and meet with the different
schools. ask their questions. find out what the programs are like and it's really kind of like a giant open house for schools. >> yeah, it sounds like a great resource. i'm not a parent just yet. will be soon. but what sort officer questions should parents be thinking about when it comes to the school you're choosing for your child. it's a big choice. >> it's not just about the school. it's abo knowing your child. it's about knowing how your child learns. it's about your family's life style to drive across town to take your child to a skl or not. so there are a lot of things to consider. >> and what kind of led to the creation of an event like this. >> yeah, you know, every year we publish a book called schools etc.. it lists all these schools and one book. there is nothing that substitutes for face to face time. as you know with every decision you're making about that baby you want do see the people, you
to have that sense of comfort and peace with the folks that are going to have your child all day. >> absolutely. and real quick where do people go for intoe. >> edge designationfairaz.com. >> -- educationfaira z.com. your gender may effect your about potential discrimination on apps like uber and lyft. >> yep, it's almost noon but temperatures are only in the
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. 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.
we're watching wall street for you right now. executives from yum and the newly traded yum. right now the dow down 74 points at 18,007. uber and lyft drivers quietly discriminate on gender and race. uber drivers were more than twice as likely to cancel drivers who had african american sounding names as opposed to white sounding names. meantime drivers also took women for longer, more expensive
holiday. halloween's been over for just a few hours. now it's time to start christmas shopping. amazon's been launching its black friday deals. toys, hd tvs. jeweler, kitchen appliances . it's going on until december the 22nd. >> speaking of halloween just how much do americans love celebrating the holiday. that is an all-time high in spending for the holiday. so here's how down. a little more than $3 billion on costumes. $2.5 billion on candy. $2 billion on decorations and $390 million on greeting cards. and why not turn that halloween candy into some cash. now through friday affinitiy dental is giving trick-or-treaters $1 for each
. good morning. joe ducey here. for years unsuspecting seniors have accused these two of committing scams around the az area. >> tour out pipes and just left it. >> reporter: it's a grand jury indictment after andro juarez. debbie $16,000. >> and as you can see it's half done. >> the arizona license contract says it's investigated at least 11 similar complaints. payments total more than $138,000. that includes those from customers judy from 2014 and lynn in 2013. when she pled guilty to contracting without a license. >> why did it take so long.
newly released documents call her rafaella. fraudulant schemes. if you see them, if they approach you if you're going business with them. take some video. if you've got a problem let me know. all new at 11:00 a pollution is it skilling some 600,000 children every year. that's more than miliaria, hiv, and aids combined. in order to to save lives. and a health alert right now all this time we've been told women have been the one in the harm's way of the zika virus. so here's what we know. scientists in washington state
study the virus. however they realize the mice's reproductive organs have been effected. scientists believe at this point the damage may be permanent. now a health alert for all you parents out there. a new study found 72% of children have at least one device in their sleep environment and the lights from all those screen cans a delay sleep times and delay the release of melantonin. experts suggest 30 minutes of and a quiet, dark room along with a regular bedtime. it is nice out there iris. you read my mind. >> you blame me when it's hot. i'll take the credit when it's
starting to see those temperatures trend down. it's also feeling good too. we did start the day off with more cloud cover but as you see now we're looking at those mostly clear skies. many of those clouds have cleared off to the southeast. even to our north. showing us those sunny skies, just a beautiful looking day. now those clouds we started the day without this morning. we do have another batch. across that northwest poc our state could squeeze out a sprinkle in spots but i'm expecting them to not really produce much rainfall or any major impacts across our state. and here in the valley we're going to stay mostly suppy through the rest of the afternoon. we are tracking changes over the next few days as the storm system approaches from the west. that storm system looks to become cut off. it's just going to kind of sit
over our state it's going to bring in some more moisture and that means rain chances are back in the forecast but not until the end of the week. today plan on mostly sunny conditions. going into tomorrow mostly sunny skies. the slight chance of a pop up or two over the higher terrain. but the valley still looks dry for our wednesday. it won't be until thursday that those rain chances start to get better. also here in the valley a slight chance of showers and possibly some isolated thunderstorms. threat is not very high for the phoenix area. we're talking a 20% chance. not esh is going to get rain. but it's something we're watching and we'll keep you posted. thursday, friday, looking to be the better days for those shower and storm chances and it's been a high country too. especially the eastern muggy we
1" of rainfall. our temperatures because of that storm system will stay on the cooler side. so today we'll go from 75 now too 79 by noon and a high of 80 degrees. and you'll notice those high temperatures across the valley only make it into the upper 70s to low 80s. this is going to be day across the valley. 60s in prescott. 69 for a high in pasten. tonight does get a little cold. below freezing up north. the 20s are back to kick off our wednesday morning. and it will be chilly here in the valley too. we're talking lows in the 50s to low 60s by tomorrow morning under those mostly clear skies. so keep that in mind if you've got to get out early on your wednesday.
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. without john mccain's leadership and experience - we could have lost many of those jobs. georgia lord: without question, senator mccain's leadership john mccain: i'm john mccain and i approved this message. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move.
sell product door to door in this up scale neighborhood. >> parts of loop 101 back open this morning after a deadly crash overnight. investigators say a driver got on the freeway going the wrong way near 51st avenue before crashing into another driver. both of those men involved were killed. >> a phoenix police officer is out of the job this morning. after an ago in sadona. let say good morning to faye. >> good morning to both of you guys. here's what we have coming up. we're going to look at polling trends coming your way. this as a new poll comes out just today showing trump in the lead. we're also going to look at polls in previous elections and really how accurate they've been. also how a pipeline explosion in
prices and we can tell you about car recalls. which brands are recalled the most. all coming your way at 4:00 on the now arizona hope you guys can join us. so gender reveals are a fun way to keep your family and friends. one family is burning rubber to announce their baby's gender. once tyler drives off and the smoke clear you can see they're going to have a baby girl. >> that is elaborate. >> you can see all of these top videos on abc 15.
? >> announcer: today we're saying "good-bye halloween and hello, thanksgiving." michael's whipping up the ultimate thanksgiving dish with wwe superstar, stephanie mcmahon. clinton's revealing his freeze ahead turkey day tips and carla's turng candy into a tasty treat. oh, and did i mention we're giving away $1 million? thanksgiving prep starts right now on "the chew." [ cheers and applause ] >> hello and welcome to "the chew." thank you very much. it is november 1st, people.