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let's start with breaking news coming into the live desk. right now a manhunt is underway in iowa with two police officers killed overnight. both of them were sitting in their patrol cars when officers say this guy -- they just release a photo. this is a 46-year-old scott michael green still out there considered armed and dangerous. but officers walsh october were shot was sitting in patrol cars 1 mile from each other. several roads are blocked off and crime scenes in both locations. there is not a s.w.a.t. team situation unfolding in from the live desk i'm watching. this talk now about your most accurate forecast waking up to cooler temperatures and at the top of the hour we dropped another degree with phoenix down to 62 degrees with a whole lot of 50s around the
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you will field of difference when you step outside. it is going to be a gorgeous day back and the low 80s this afternoon with rain chances heading our way. mallory ? we have another crash on state route 51 southbound near mcdowell and a few months ago looks like it is off on the right-hand side may be partially blocking the right-hand lane. you could just see some minor delays. taking a look at the big picture the tenant is a little slower than noal crash near 35th avenue. we will take a closer look at that in just a few minutes. political eyes back on arizona today. >> both sides holding rallies today with hillary clinton speaking tonight at asu and mike pence addressing the borders in mesa in a couple of hours. >> do these visits really matter? abc15's nick ciletti join us to explain. good morning.
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danielle and dan. i just left the inside with our first look at the preparations for the mike pence rally. hillary clinton is also going to be here and the question is these last-minute push his. how much to the actually affect voters? we took it to a political expert and we found out the truth is for some not really a whole lot because so many people have already made up their minds. we just checked and more than 24 million people cast those early ballots. in most cases you cannot change those. we asked the political expert help businesses do anything? >> did the fbi email scandal swing some of them into trump's column? that is what he is betting on and that is why he came. that is why she came to portland that. trophies political experts also expect the candidates to tailor
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voters. we believe mike pence will talk about the skyrocketing premiums from obamacare, immigration, and isis. we will try to talks to some more people and you will hear from the first person in line coming up at 6:30. nick ciletti, abc15 . take a look with setup underway at asu for hillary clinton's visit tonight. the gates open at 3:30 but the event will not start until 6:30. clinton is calling this an early her opponent donald trump has been here seven times in the most recent just this weekend. back out here i was also told the secret service will be doing a sweep of the area sometime this morning. you can watch the entire event online at www.abc15.com . back to you. >> a lot at stake with just six
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jumping state to state. donald trump hoping voters have a change of heart and hillary clinton trying to shift focus back to trump's past comments on women. clinton is also pushing her economy plans on trump is vowing again to repeal and replace obamacare. a new poll shows how close the race is this year with donald trump maintaining his lead against hillary clinton in arizona by 4 points. some suggest clinton's dip is investigation into her email. >> also representative and kirkpatrick trying to take john mccain's seat in the senate with senator mccain having a 10 point lead. we are watching proposition 205 legalizing recreational marijuana in arizona. 51% of voters oppose the proposition. we will see come next week.
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opposing proposition 205 saint the expansion of marijuana would be harmful to the state of arizona. the salvation army made this move because of high demand in homeless shelters in denver. they are looking at colorado as an example. there are reports that george w. bush may joined his father and buffer hillary clinton. the former president's nephew told a crowd he is speculating backing clinton. a couple months back there were some reports george hw bush would vote for her. right here at home delaying the decision weeks ago the phoenix city council is expected to vote today on a multimillion dollar proposal to add up to 1000 body cameras for police officers. if you are just waking up with us right now there is a search happening for a shooter in memphis after a park
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six people were shot and one of them dead and it appears as though they are all teenagers. it happened at this for. officers say the suspect was wearing bandannas over their face and started shooting at a group of people. a 16-year-old girl was killed and another guy was shot. all of them are in the hospital. 17 shots were fired and all police officers will say is this is related to an ongoing disagreement. the search somebody better watch their back. this person shot a 5-year-old in the face with a paintball gun and then took off. this happened halloween night in 31st avenue and cactus. abc15's justin pazera is live with more on this one. >> reporter: the family was walking down the 31st avenue. they heard something and it was
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year-old in the face. you can see his cheek is pretty bruised. police are searching for whoever found this. bennie logan right there in the face at all happened near 31st avenue and a man was hit in the back but logan's family is really grateful this turned out any worse. >> the fact it hurt his face, it could ha he just happened to be the right height in the right distance. police are looking for a silver suv possibly a dodge durango. it does have a prufrock and danielle, if you know anything, call police. >> hopefully somebody sees something. only on abc15 in north phoenix man wants to know who stole his doorbell camera.
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the crowbar in hand and the video gets cut in the crook price it off the wall. this is near 64th street and cactus at 5 pm on a recent sunday. >> my wife came in and said somebody stole the doorbell off the wall and there's actually a guy with a bandanna on stealing it. >> he says police told him the same thing has been happening all around the area. u.s. military needs recruits. that is why the pentagon is asking for millions of dollars in congress. the castro be $100 million over the next five years. get ready to slowly make your way through those security lines with thousands upon thousands of people heading to airport to get to thanksgiving coming up this month. experts predict more than 27 million people will be flying
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after with airlines adding 74,000 seats a day to accommodate for travelers. the sunday after thanksgiving will be the busiest but nobody traveling away from arizona now. because we are getting into her perfect time of the year. maybe you are picking out your outfit this morning and you may grab a sweater for them as temperatures are running cooler in com we got a lot of 50s this morning and you will feel that in mesa and 59 degrees so a cooler start to the day keeping these low 60s in the forecast for phoenix through the early morning. it should stay cool as you get ready to step outside. up to 63 by 7 a.m. and then up to 65 by 8:00 this
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going to be gorgeous i can with a gradual warm-up like yesterday and mostly sunny skies. temperatures climbing into the low 80s across the valley with phoenix topping out at 83. it will be a dry day today but rain chances are coming through. >> abc15 desert drive times is brought to you by centurylink prism. >> we have had a crash at 35th they just completely cleared it but you can see traffic is still pretty slow approaching where the crash was. your desert drive time is almost 30 minutes. this will be from the 101 until you hit the 17. things looking much better. your delays are back to thomas
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give yourself a couple extra minutes there. mallory, here is because that'll have you talking. just came in on the live desk a school fight on campus and a teacher looking on and why the school is defending the teacher this morning. wrong way driver's. the technology authorities are hoping will stop these type of crashes from becoming more common. a new theory out lisa lundskow: luke air force base is not only vital
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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 has made arizona and america stronger. john mccain: i'm john mccain
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take a look, folks. this is the bolero in mesa right off of dobson. smart shoppers listen i have got to do is download the gas buddy app this morning. you can run up right now but does not start pumping until 9:00 this morning. we would like to fill you up with some coffee this morning.
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each and every day right here on abc15 mornings. we are still waiting to learn the names of the two people killed on a wrong way crash on loop 101. dps admits 800 calls about wrong way driver's so far this year. adot has been working on developing the technology to a gps and others on the road. adot hopes to test this technology next year. just when you think teachers did not have enough to do with we have disturbing video into the abc15 live desk with a classroom fight caught on camera happening between two teenage girls in st. petersburg, florida. at one point a girl is seen stomping on the other girl. you can see there is a teacher standing in the room. some parents are upset more
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the school says teachers is required to physically intervene in these altercations. >> we needed to pull out all of the stops to try to apprehend him. >> they believe recent video from michael vance junior. take a look. vance fires back at police with no fear during a high- speed chase and enough outside of his pickup. by gunfire and falls to the ground. police in san diego searching for some clowns who wrote this 7-eleven. police say the two men was wearing a clown mask and the other a bandanna walked into the store demanding the clerk give him the money and lottery tickets. >> every hair on my body stood up. i was scared.
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$100. the man dropped an orange sock that they used to hold the gun. happening now it is day two of public transportation strikes in philadelphia with all city buses parked. 4700 transit workers walked off the job. no word when both sides will meet again for negotiations. a teacher's strike in chicago will not happen again. the teachers union just approved its latest contract just last month with the city averting a strike that would have affected 390 students in the windy city. >> you cannot run for your name and there are two people finding out the tough way. >> hello. my name is hillary clinton. and i might run for president could >> i am donald trump. and i am not running for president. >> [ laughter ] these two share their names with the presidential candidates.
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and organizes music festivals. she said the hardest part is not getting her own name on facebook. for donald trump booking a room at the trump tower comes with its own challenges. all right. lets talk about your most accurate forecast with the time 6:18. here is your preparation list for today. we are off to a cooler start. we are talking 50s and 60s across the valley want a sweater for the small kids. they may want a sweater getting out the door walking to the bus stop this morning. we are talking near average high temperatures with a gorgeous day. i think you will love today with rain chances back in the forecast seen. you will notice some scattered high clouds out there with a beautiful start looking live
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62 is our temperature now with mostly sunny conditions today with 82 decays -- 83 degrees today. those temperatures right now average. it is dry in the valley but we have been tracking a few sprinkles to the north with rain chances going up. today just a slight chance of the higher terrain to the northeast with the valley staying dry. it will be tomorrow we start to bring up the rain chances across eastern arizona and rain chances going up in the valley zones especially if you live in the east valley tomorrow into friday. i will break down the hour by hour rain chance for the valley in just a bit. we have 80s through the end of the week with 90s back by tuesday. iris, looking at the roads from our centurylink prism
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really good. we have a 17 minute desert drive time around the durango curve taking you until you hit the split. your best option for august 17 is to take i-10 eastbound. once you are passed this it is looking much better. was give a look from our adot camera slowing down near chandler boulevard as you are traveling westbound. i will break down the rest of a few minutes. >> the, mallo extract a thief in kansas gets away. >> hunter job has left his car in his dorm room and when he came back he noticed something was gone. it was his kit-kat and here is a note from the candy corporate. >> it just said i saw a kit-kat on your cupholder. i love them. i am sorry. i am hungry. i really got a kick out of that.
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laugh at that point. kit-kat so the story and the company is now sending him some pretty sweet replacement. we have got to talk about breaking news happening right now. we may have a men quartered after he ambushed and killed two island police officers this morning. >> and samsung feeling the pressure once again with the ball -- ball over the galaxy note 7 not over as getting involved. shock and mayor greg dunkin's sweet black pepper bacon sandwich is back with twice the crispy, caramelized peppered bacon. experience a breakfast sandwich made for bacon lovers.
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retweeted something without noticing the derogatory term. a mystery is unfolding in a critical swing state of ohio with hundreds of absentee ballots missing. officials believe they were sent to different counties. people started calling saying they didn't receive a ballot. officials are scrambling to make sure absentee voters get that ballot. >> month on the galaxy note 7s. dumping payphones with great toxic waste and would fill 28 shipping containers. they are now urging samsung to recycle the phones. we had video of pope francis leaving sweden and heading back announcing women will never be eligible to become priests in the catholic church.
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the second of the last clear word that will stand forever. tv shows are doing more with diversity. >> abc making the most progress with usa today grading the diversity of actors. three abc shows made the list including gray's anatomy and rakesh. >> sensei the progress is based on money and not equality. fi of color had lead roles and today that number is up to 18. >> the visiting world has google unveiling harry potter commence. you can a -- say silencio and it will turn off the ringer. and also there is a spell to turn it into a flashlight.
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coming up we will tell you what this is all for on abc15 morning. we have a new crash near 59th avenue and i will let you know how this will impact your drive. >> an important fire caught on video and the intense flames happening while you were sleeping. why he will not be facing a
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i'm tom o'halleran, and i approve this messsage. paul babeu oversaw a place of horrors as headmaster of a school for at-risk youth. students were denied basic human rights and were subject to sexual abuse. arizona deserves better. 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.
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the newest information coming in on the breaking news has two police officers are ambushed in iowa. what we have just learned. in one hour doors will open for the mike pence event. we are already starting to see people gather in line with details coming up. trick-or-treating and someonwh would be funny. it was not. we will tell you who police are now looking for. is talk about your most accurate ball stop forecast. the little ones especially may want a light sweater as temperatures are down into the 50s across much of the valley. we are cooler this morning with some passing clouds. by this afternoon a gorgeous
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average. we will talk rain chances next. we had a couple crashes this morning with the latest one at 59th avenue traveling eastbound. they have created to be side, but you are still seeing a 32 minute desert drive time. we have state 51 and even though everything is to the right you will still see a little bit of slowing. several new developments i've been this morning from the live desk. a massive manhunt is underway in and around des moines. two police officers were shot and killed ambush style with separate incidents here. a guy walked up and opened fire. can we do that quickly because they are looking for scott michael green. this is a brand-new photo and i wanted to note the passenger
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peppering the door. that is one of the cars an officer was sitting in. i'm going to show you this is the suspect they are looking for and he is considered armed and dangerous. both officers a mile away from each other. right now there is a s.w.a.t. team situation and danielle and dan when my information comes we will pass it along the live desk. making a push for votes today. >> just a couple hours away from an event in mesa where the gop vice presidential nominee will be speaking this morning. >> reporter: we have started to see more mesa police arriving and also bomb sniffing dogs. we spoke to one man who has been here since 3:30 in the morning.
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build jobs and to do what they say they are going to do. and somebody that will be for the american people. and not just say something and to do the opposite. >> his name is chris and he comes from west phoenix. he is expected to be joined by 1000 people or more today today. the doors open at 8:00 this morning and we are hearing from our sources that mike pence will address the crowd the trump campaign wants you to rcp. you can head to our website and we have a link with everything you need. tim kaine will be in the valley tomorrow. we will have complete coverage once we are allowed inside. >> preparations are happening at this second for hillary clinton's visit. katie conner has more with the polls pretty close. took that is right.
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here tonight to make one final push to voters. right now they are looking on building the stage for her. organizers expect thousands of people to attend. this will be her second visit to arizona. her opponent has been her seven times. even though it is shown to be a close race the last time airs on it voted blue was in 1996. he held three events in arizona house campaign. you can see the setup is all underway with the gates opening and 3:30. clinton is not expected to take the stage until 3:30 -- 6:30 tonight. a slight windy -- win for the sharp in his case. the criminal charge coming from
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racial profiling case. one group wants to give voters a free ride but only if your vote is against sheriff joe. mention the name of the group to any taxidriver and they will take you to the polls for free. prop 123 was supposed to put more money into a classroom. some are violating -- say it violates federal law. th office to take a look and they are not even from arizona. the group-based in utah. he is already looking ahead to the future filing paperwork for they say it is a formality allowing you to transfer donations before the november deadline. >> i love public service. i love what i'm doing as mayor of this city. but this is part of my
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leadership opportunities that i can provide for the people of arizona. >> stanton could be forced to step down if he decides to run during his term. a safety alert coming from the mesa police department this morning. a family trick-or-treating monday night found a razor blade inside of a candy bar. they went to different neighborhoods so it is tough to pinpoint where this. the good news is nobody was hurt. a 5-year-old on the mend he was shot in the face with a paintball gun. his family says this could have been so much worse. abc15's justin pazera is live. what happened? >> reporter: the family was just walking down 31st of may to a haunted house when they thought they heard something. it was a paintball gun going off. it hit the 5-year-old right in the face. that is 5-year-old logan.
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looking for whomever fired this monday night hitting logan right in the cheek. it all happened near 31st avenue in cactus. a man was hit in the back but as for logan's law my, they are just really thankful that this did not turn out any worse. >> when you are targeted -- when your targeted audience is 10 years old it is disappointing to me to think that anyone would thin would be a good time to do that. >> so the big question is who actually pulled this off. right now phoenix police are looking for a silver suv. possibly a dodge durango with a roof rack. if you know anything, call phoenix police. justin pazera, abc15 . we are working to get an update to see what led to this sirs crash.
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can see the debris scattered all over the roadway. two and children and a pregnant woman were taken to the hospital in stable condition this morning. check out the video from an abc15 viewer mike schreiner who captured the flames shooting from the department. it didn't take long for firefighters to knock it out with some animals may have been stuck inside. here is one that had us revealing details about the malaysian airline flight to 70 suggesting no one was at the controls when that plane went down. all 239 people on board were killed. it happened in 2014. the theory is it ran out of fuel plunging into the indian ocean. more than 20 pieces of debris have washed ashore so far. we are off to a cooler
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definitely going to notice the difference when you step outside. we are talking 50s and most of the valley with mesa walking out the door to cooler temperatures at 54. we are sitting now at 60 in deer valley. it is even a cooler start than what we felt yesterday. today is another gorgeous day with a gradual warm-up. by lunchtime we are talking about 79 degrees. by this afternoon our up to 83 which is 1 degree higher than yesterday and right around the average for this time of the year. mostly sunny skies with some passing high clouds but beautiful and mostly sunny. that is why your weather word of the day is 70. go to abc15's -- "sunny" and go to www.abc15.com to enter.
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walk through to futurecast and show you what it means for us here in the phoenix area next. north valley drivers are starting to see some slow and go right now with a 16 minute desert drive time for you beginning at i-17 where the delays picking taking you to the 51. by the time you hit seventh avenue you are looking much better. east valley has no but you will see brake lights near chandler boulevard traveling i-10 westbound. i want to give you a look from areas that camera and this is northbound near ray road. as you continue closer to guadalupe it really continues so give yourself extra time. we will head back out next. coming up next a battle in buckeye boiling over as homeowners are upset over
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and paying more for the coke but our soda taxes really making people think twice? where experts are looking for answers. going down under and eight unique tour of the great
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you are watching abc15 warnings with >> buckeye is in hot water this morning with people mad about their skyhigh water bills. it is hard to believe the city council hearing from a lot of people must think the bill is in the thousands of dollars. people telling us the have turned author sprinklers and start going up there pools with it still feels very high. >> the equivalent of what they said were used would be like me
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in my yard in 30 days. >> the city said it will investigate the cause but homeowners say that is not enough. they are threatening a class action suit against the city. here are more details on that. he will be holding a class action lawsuit meeting this saturday at the buckeye aquatics center. the d.a.r.t. is up and running again after an explosion that happened at midnight leading to a fire. this is the abc station there. you can see the fire truck with some riders caught in the middle of the scene. after that explosion the train rolled over it and the train was damaged. the truck has been repaired but at this point they are not saying what caused it. the controversial drug
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will stay legal for now. pga had planned to banned same it can cause hallucinations and be addictive. a decision will happen after december 1. a big shakeup with the phoenix business journal purporting american airlines cut in 500 pilots in the next year leaving under 1000 and phoenix. this comes three years after and american. they will either of you or to make two other hubs. three puppies who were sick were snatched from a valley shelter. they have not been found. we are told they will be put up for adoption on saturday at the walk to save animals. they were originally found in a canal in van buren. >> four american cities vote on the soda taxes next week.
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worked to dissuade folks. if you look to mexico then yes. in 2014 a nationwide tax on sugary drinks went into effect. since then mexico reports a drop in and even death. undertreated infections maybe putting kids at risk of childhood obesity. researchers compared infants without infections and didn't use antibiotics with those who had untreated infections. the latter group had a 15% increased risk for childhood obesity. this looks like finding nemo praying to finding nemo -- this looks like finding nemo. all of this captured on a co- programmer. >> it looks beautiful.
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half of the coral lost. researchers are hoping projects like this will help others to learn more about it. the cubs celebrating with 13 living to play another day. chicago and cleveland will play the deciding game seven tonight. tickets for game seven going for thousands of dollars a piece fix pack one fan will be paying for his all year. he actually took out an $11,000 line of credit to pay for his dream baseball trip. >> i would have to say this is not wise. todd foster lives in arizona now and said he was willing to go into debt to support his team saying this was a once-in-a- lifetime experience. >> i am not some wealthy guy by any stretch of the imagination. i guess leveraging the farm for
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>> he has been in cleveland for the last two weeks going into the world series games at home spending most of his money on tickets and a rental car. >> he has just $700 left but he has cut a plan. he said he might try to put on a credit card again. we do not advice. this is not a good thing today. let's talk about your most accurate forecast this morning with 62 degrees right now at phoenix we have 50s across much of the valley. it is in the 30s and high country and this is phoenix standards. a little bit of a cold start this morning, but it is going to be a gorgeous day. we will warm into the 70s and will eventually be back into the 80s. today's high is just 1 degree higher than yesterday with our high 83 degrees and mostly
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today. i want to show you futurecast here. rain chances will stretch to go up to the east and by tomorrow morning we could be tracking a few showers in the valley. through the day i am looking at scattered showers and thunderstorms with spots like show low picking up over a mix of rain. here in the valley are chances of rain up to a 50% chance through the day tomorrow. i will show you that seven-day forecast next, mallory. >> iris, we have a new crush for now from our centurylink prism traffic center. it is near avondale boulevard with a little bit of is slowing trend as you are approaching that crash and that is those down again. you are looking at a 30 minute drive time to the mini stack's.
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mini stack's and this is just a little bit slower but i will give you a close look at the crash in a couple minutes. >> the biggest names in country music will gather together for the annual cma awards. the show starts at 7 pm. after the cma awards make sure to watch abc15 news at 10:00 where we are given a three autographed guitars rascal flatts and even brad and carrie underwood. enter the secret word at www.abc15.com . two police officers sitting in their patrol cars are both ambushed. they are shot and killed with an octave situation happening right now. we bring it back home as the political eyes are on arizona.
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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.
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rife with abuse, he supported the abusive practices and even bragged about them. paul babeu is unfit to represent us. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. at this moment there is a manhunt for the man who shot and killed two police officers. his name is scott michael greene and he is believed to be armed and dangerous. both officers were sitting in their patrol cars when this guy walked up and ambushed them. >> this is nick ciletti live behind me with a number of
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stores will open with a number of police officers also on thing with two bomb-sniffing dogs. mike pence is expected to take the stage between 9:30 and 10:00 . nick ciletti, abc15 . setup is underway for hillary clinton's rally here asu with clinton not taking the stage until 6:30. right now polls show trump and clinton neck and neck in our state. katie conner, abc15 news . sac justin pazera it in explore police are looking for whoever opened fire with a paintball gun on a group of trick-or- treaters. one little boy was just five years old and he is expected to be okay but a scare for them
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cactus. police are looking for a silver suv. today is going to be and other gorgeous day. mostly sunny skies and a high of 83 degrees. 50s and 60s across the valley with those rain chances up to 30% tomorrow. the best potential overall will be northeast over show low picking up one inch of tomorrow and flagstaff also with a good shot of rain tomorrow. they stick around into friday. by next week it does look like the we will inch back up to near 90 by tuesday. we have a couple of new crashes one on the 51 which has been there for some time. this is at the mini stacks and then the 17 is not looking better either.
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camera and it is i-10 eastbound. we just leave everything to the side but you are still looking at a 30 minute ride in on the 10th expect we will be streaming those mike pence and hillary clinton defense today on www.abc15.com and the free abc15 mobile app. >> we are back in 25 minutes with more local news with 40 megs of internet speed from centurylink, a family of four can all be online at the same time... streaming, gaming, or downloading movies. all you need is high-speed internet from centurylink. get up to 40 megs for just $20 a month for one year when bundled with a qualifying home phone plan. speed may not be available in your area. no, that's okay. i'm not hungry. don't worry about me.
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i'm tom o'halleran, and i approve this messsage. paul babeu oversaw a place of horrors as headmaster of a school for at-risk youth. students were denied basic human rights
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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.
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good morning, america. breaking news. urgent manhunt. two police officers ambushed overnight targeted and killed while sitting in their cars. >> possible rifle rounds. there is an officer down. >> a suspect on the run. a massive search right now. our new poll shows the race for the white house remains neck and neck. as hillary clinton brings out all the big guns. >> this guy? don't be bamboozled. >> hoping to turn attention back to donald trump and away from that bombshell fbi investigation as trump makes his case to be president. >> the clintons are the sordid past. we are the bright future. >> both sides crisscrossing the country with just six days to go until the election. nba hall of famer, scottie

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