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but told me the same thing as the fbi agent so far we've gotten in touch with the u.s. postal inspector just one time but that office could not confirm or deny anything. >> sure sounds like a wide ranging investigation. i hope we'll continue to follow it. the latest washington post poll statistically too close to call but suggests donald trump is leading by one appointment. it was one point. but it was bill clinton on the defensive. >> i defeated -- i defended president obama in the polls. >> trump feeling the momentum feeling ad buys. trump even taking the high road and encouraging republican who shunned him to get behind the campaign.
must cut our ties with the small bitter politics of the past. >> ohio governor john kasich says he wrote john mccain's name on the ballot. >> pulling out all the stops. a 6:30 tomorrow at asu for hillary clinton. and mike pence is here as well. a 10:00 a.m. rally. on thursday tim kaine will make a stop in tucson and giving a speech in spanish. since comey announced the newly discovered emails we're learning attorney general loretta lynch and fbi director james comey met on monday. they exchanged emails and on monday they talked on the sidelines of a meeting. the officials -- officials said it was a friendly
tonight. but lives are forever changed after two drivers are killed in a wrong way crash. it happened near 35th avenue. we are waiting to learn more about who they are. witnesses saw that wrong way driver acting drunk at a circle k and tried to stop him from driving. he headed down the 101 in the wrong direction and crashed into the other driver. both cars went up in flames. a tragedy in baltimore. police say it looked like a bus. look at this scene. we know the school bus was actually blocks from its first stop when it hit the back of a car, then a pillar and slammed into the city bus. the details seemed so graphic police say the bus driver may have had a medical emergency. no skid marks left behind. he was killed along with five others on the city bus.
firefighters battling two blazes. one in a home and in mesa an apartment catching fire. we're told the flames started in the kitchen and spread. six people forced out of their homes. authorities releasing these pictures of an armed man holding up a circle k. he was carrying a black backpack and lifted up a shirt showing a 'tistology. he demanded -- he demanded money and took off. a wild attack in a bar. 35-year-old jarred tried to stab someone with a railroad spike. bouncers were able to grab him and shove him out the door. police found him about a block away with the spike still in his back pocket. he was already wanted. a new battle in the bill cosby sex assault trial as his lawyers try to keep his own
they say he agreed to answer questions a decade ago after being assured he wouldn't be charged. he wants that deposition kept out of this trial. the 79-year-old's defense is recruiting, requesting rather a competency hearing for the 13 other accusers. saying some may be too old to remember details. >> i think that speaks nothing. i'm in my senior years. i'm older than most of the witnesses and i can still >> thank you. >> that's preposterous. and if that's all they have, then they're in big trouble. >> keep in mind more than 50 women have come forward to say cosby sexually abused them over the last four decades. a pretrial hearing continues tomorrow. the most accurate forecast. the final numbers in. october one of the warmest on record here in phoenix. the average high and low ranked fifth.
degrees put october 2016 in third place for warmest on record. today temperatures finally return to near average. 82 degrees was the high this afternoon. 78 now we'll be in the 70s through about 9:00 this evening before dropping into the 60s in the overnight forecast. then it's bang up to 82 -- back up to 82 for tomorrow. tracking the next storm system bringing rain chances and more wind to forecasts all across the state. coming up in new into the live desk. alabama declared a state of emergency after an explosion shut down a gas pipeline there. one that supplies gas to millions of people throughout the southeast. now if this sounds familiar this is a second incident in two months. it will cause gas shortages and price increases. it happened when crews hit the pipeline, killing one worker. four others are in the hospital at this hour.
license? no need to wait. adot has made it possible from the comfort of home. if you're applying for a duplicate you can print a temporary card at home using plain paper while you wait for the permanent one in the mail. if you're getting your first arizona id or need a new photo you will need to go to a location. open enrollment for obamacare with some custers racing for a big -- racing for a big hike. it atracked a lot of -- it attracted a lot of sick people but healthy people did not. it runs through january 31st but you have to sign up for december 15th for coverage to begin. a new mom gets the surprise of a lifetime. but the aftershock was a hefty hospital bill. the aclu fires back at the
a charter school answering tonight to disturbing allegations. >> the national chapter of the aclu saying they harassed a student who was muslim. muslim but he's a refugee from somalia. in this six-page complaint aclu lawyers tell me this child was harassed because of his religion and national nalty. a teacher -- nationality. a teacher called him a terrorist and told him if trump was elected he'd be sent back
>> after these incidents happened he did not want to go to school and his mother was devastated at how her children were being treated. >> i reached out to school officials. they're denying these allegations saying none of it is true. we're expecting a statement any minute now. more on that at 6:00. back to you. happening right nouchlt commuters in -- right now. commuters in philadelphia are stranded. transit workers are on strike after the union failed to reach a deal. they are arguing about pensions and health benefits. 4,000 workers are refusing to show up and busses, trollies, subway lines have all been disrupted. a florida mother outraged after she was slapped with a huge fee for a delivery room
a parking lot. seven months later she got a bill for $7,000. >> i knew that i'm responsible for $5,000. i'm going to pay the bill. that's not the issue. the issue is that i look at this delivery charge and i think that's a little outrageous. >> the mom says she planned for costs prior to delivery but since she never made it to the delivery room she thought the hospital would adjust the bi so you got your early ballot, you filled it out and now you're like i want to change my mind. what do you do? one battleground state is
i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and
i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
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 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
how far would hackers go to get into the election? we may not know but one state is taking some serious measures to defend their votes. ohio is tapping into the national guard's cyber protection unit. it's a kind of cyber war for the military. the election mission consists of specialized teams running penetration tests on the state's computer finding vulnerabilities hackers might exploit. two october surprises in the presidential election. >> many early voters want to redo their ballots. is that possible? we're taking action to get the answers you need, melissa? >> that's right if you have buyer's remorse, voter's remorse or you made a mistake well there are really only two possibilities. first of all if you have not
have a chance, a second chance, to redo it. rip up your early ballot and go to your regular precinct on election day and cast a regular ballot there. however if you mailed the ballot in you are out of luck. your vote is cast and here is why. >> it is first in first counted. we have already, if you sent your ballot to us we've verified the signature and processed the ballot. we separated the ballot the envelope. we wouldn't know where to look. >> so here's the deal. today is also the last day to mail in your early ballots. if you haven't done it by today drop it off in person. also we should say as things tick down to the wire there's going to be another presidential candidate visit. hillary clinton will be here at a south carolinau. what -- asu.
those undecide. ed. >> thank you. an ohio man takes out his anger in a bizarre way. authorities say he actually put manure at his county's democratic headquarters. it happened over the weekend and he's facing one count of criminal mischief. a county's chairwoman calling it a minor blip on the radar. in las vegas somebody egg donald trump's office. they say it's sad and will continue to work hard. this is the second time vandals targeted the office. the first day of november bringing cooler weather. and starbucks on time with its traditional holiday drinks. you may have noticed this. the coffee chain's newest cup featuring a mosaic of 100 people. starbucks calling it a symbol of unity. but theyaven't said whether or not it will replace the red
gorgeous today. i was really happy when i walked outside. >> clouds out there, it's nice. you don't start sweating immediately. >> this is normal. >> 82 today. little cooler than average. in the valley looking gorgeous into tomorrow as well. no clouds at least from this view. we have -- we have had a few high, thin clouds. light as well. a beautiful day. at 78 right now. here's tonight. temperatures in the 70s for the next several hours or so. by 8:00 and 9:00 down to the low 70s. mild and dry. currently we have ahwatukee, maricopa and apache junction in the mid-80s but the rest in the 70s. cooler to the north. payson is at 63 so is sedona. show low at 57.
the higher terrain. more breezes on tap over the next several days as we track the next storm system. clouds streaming in today across northern arizona. a few blips on the radar imagery. a little bit of verga rain falling through the clouds that goes through drier air that slurps it up. low pressure system digging down oops low not high. low comes down thursday. here it is. this is going to bring a chance of rain back to the forecast. we go to wednesday afternoon. we'll start to see showers break to the east of us. into thrz potentially some of that moisture wrapping back around toward the valley. a slight chance at 20% of seeing showers or an isolated thunderstorm or two in the thursday forecast. the best chance in the white mountains. 70% chance for many of those
inch to an inch in the higher terrain. chances continue up north on friday. a slight chance in the valley then things like drier again. how about those temperatures? back below freezing in some of our coldest spots like flagstaff. mid-40s in kingman and paige. 54 in casa grande with a high of 79 for tomorrow. payson and se sedona cooler. lows in the 50s for most of us. sky harbor in the 60s tonight but almost every location in the 50s. mesa will it hilt 80. -- mesa will hit 80. in the west valley peoria, glendale at 82. and that's what we'll hit at sky harbor which is right in line with the 30-year average.
tracking changes by the ends of the week. more breezes. temperatures in the mid-80s thursday and friday. more sunshine drier conditions and another warm up through the weekend. upper 80s saturday and sunday. by next week we could see the 90s back in play. a lot of people still feel like if they hold on to their cash if they don't up vest it they are keeping it -- don't invest it they are keeping it safe. the fact of the matter is th are losing value. >> it's one of the worst classes but it feels good. >> what doesn't feel good? arriving at retirement age and realizing there's not enough money in the bank. >> millenials and others have to be smart and not stingy. >> the retirement of the old is changing. .
disappearing with the 2% annual inflation rate. debt gets in the way. >> young people have to get on a budget and start managing dead. >> don't let life -- debt. >> don't let life get in the way. >> your car breaks down, you see something you want to purchase. people get driven and pulled in different directions. >> for more on how to make the most of your money financial finance zone on abc15.com. i'm craig for you live in chandler for the kingpin challenge. the arizona cardinals holding their charity event here. it's a special night we'll tell you about in just a minute. the storesries coming up -- stories coming up next. new poll tonight what it reveals the state of the race. the deadly collision, two busses, a car, and 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. 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,
let's get to i-10 where we have a car that was on fire. the fire itse creating a big backup at this point. no word on injuries but you're looking at the slow and go behind the scene. this is slow in both directions. i would take van buren over become dowel. we'll let you -- over mcdowell. we'll let you know when this lightens up. this week only in
challenge charity event. >> i've got to get ready. let me show you down the alley. the only thing missing are the players but bowling for charity is the theme. after sunday's loss to the panthers this may be what the doctor ordered. thank goodness for the bye week. this team is banked up. jarred value deer out for the season. tight end elfani out for the season. matthew out for three weeks. and larry fitzgerald struggling with an ankle injury this week. >> there's nobody on our schedule we can't beat and there's nobody who can't beat us. that's the way it always is. right now it's putting together the pieces that we have. get game plans for each guy to be able to execute that plan and hopefully prepare well enough and play well on sunday. >> it's the challenge tonight
cardinals cooldown down at 7:00 on -- cardinals countdown at 7:0 . we'll talk to you more about what's going on tonight at 6:00. we'll see you then. >> thanks craig. right now can get some black friday deals starting already. amazon shoppers that's where it's happening. they launched deals to start today. i was on the website moments ago and you can see some of the electronics, and sales are going to pop up at different times. you have to be ready. those deals though are going to be cycling through until december 22nd. get ready. there has to be a right way to stop all of these wrong way drivers. we check you in on a life saving program after a deadly crash. plus a tiny glimpse at election night one week from today. one prediction coming up at
tonight, breaking news. the new poll, with just one week left. donald trump, hillary clinton, where this race stands right now. clinton, president obama, vice president biden, all turning back to trump. trump revealing a change in tone, his closing argument tonight. the latest on the e-mails, and the $20,000 six-foot portrait of trump bought with money from his own charity. the deadly collision during rush hour. two buses, a car, at least six people killed. we're on the scene tonight. the new and chilling images just released. the urgent manhunt. the killer cornered by police. he unloads his ak-47 on the officers. the state of emergency at this hour. the deadly gas pipeline explosion right here in america. that line reaching from new york all the way to texas. neighbors warned. and what now for gas prices? and the mysterious and now