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>> and that soldier was damion lopez rodriguez killed in iraq. he came to the u.s. as an undocumented immigrant. the trump campaign has focused on immigrants committing crimes. we talked to a latino supporter about the turn youtd. -- turnout. donald trump's in tonight. here's what he just told a crowd in loveland. >> we have to decide here and now that hillary clinton will never be elected president of the united states of america. >> and a similar speech at the convention center today. at least 700 people turned out. every candidate is driving home his or her key point. in mie me florida donald trump -- miami florida donald trump
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actions. >> personally i think she's an unstable person if you want to know the truth. >> trump making a stop in orlando. he tweeted they are days away from delivering justice for every forgotten man, woman, and child in this country. still ahead we'll truth check the candidates while we keep an eye on tempe. a live picture right now. we'll check in with melissa again and wait for hillary clinton to take the stage and tracking her travel as well. we'll have it all on abc 15 mobile as well. a family confession. that's why 23-year-old yaneli median is wanted for killing kimmy brice back in december. she's pregnant. brice was found shot to death in big yooi. yaneli median's family says she admitted to the crime. if you know where she is call the police right away.
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relation shich.orn the -- relationship. on the run for months forever crime dms a different state. -- crimes in a different state. 24-year-old jeremiah williams was hiding at his aunt's house in tolleson. he's wanted for two sexual assaults in the san diego area. the victims were threatened with a gun and beaten. he was arrested after one of the attacks but police didn't have enough evidence. he'll be sent back to san diego to face new information after a deadly crash involving a drunk driver going the wrong way. dps trying to confirm who was behind the wheel. we do know more about who he killed. we just spoke to his family in peoria. >> oh my gosh. you know, i think we're still in shock. i don't think that it has hit really. >> the loss of a 22-year-old family member hitting hard for
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cancer and her oldest son to a drunk driver. >> shaw had a big passion for cars especially his suburu. he was part of a car club. enthusiasts united by a bond. >> you're more than a friend, you're family. >> seeing his prized possession wrecked a reality check. dps say they got calls from many saying they saw the driver a family trying to hold back anger. >> this person had no business on the highway and you feel this horrible anger toward him. but he died too and you have to have some kind of pity for the fact that he died too. >> it's not a joke. like everybody says, i'm fine i can do it i live down the street. but it's down the street, just enough. >> hundreds of suburu lovers are planning a cruise on saturday. there's going to be a
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that will be posted on abc15.com. back to you. >> thank you. take a look. no ordinary car crash. police telling us our camera spotted the aftermath of a chase in mesa. the crook stole a car and ran into another driver whose car briefly caught fire. police tased and arrested the suspect. new information about these flames. they may have killed a testimonily pet. the people -- a family pet. the people who live believe a cat may have died. the apartment a total loss. fortunately other units were not damaged. a special meeting wrapping up asht the water war -- about the water war in buckeye. this private chat between the mayor and one of the residents affected. people have been seeing huge spikes in water bills but nobody knows why. and they're still on the hook to pay them. the city is investigating but homeowners are threatening legal action. as soon as we know we'll let
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out there today sol changes. to the east a little bit of lightning. a beautiful sunset. hard to find cloud cover. temperatures in the 80s and 70s. now that the sun is down topping out at 83 today. satellite radar composite is shows showers and thunderstorms out across eastern, southeastern arizona. trying to move into grove and down to oracle there is a very slight chance of overnight rain. about 10%. better rain chances for the valley as we go throughout the day. up to 30% by that noon hour. this will be spotty. light to moderate in nature. not talking about a washout tomorrow. a few breezes. more coming up. new at 6:00. the phoenix man who tried to hack into email accounts at more than 75 schools nationwide.
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damage based on court paperwork. jonathan powell was successful in some cases. he got some personal information but he used his work computer to pull it off. those affected universities in new york and pennsylvania. sentenced on terror charges. family and friends making one last plea. some are asking that kahan gets help not charges. he's always been a nice kid they say. some agreeing that he has anger issues but many argue he needs help. he's accused of planning to blow up an nvd office in the state. he had a lot of time to think and now he'll have to sit on this. more charges. 34-year-old david james bit a detention officer last friday while he was trying to break up a fight. it happened at the mojave
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these two iowa officers ambushed. we're learning more about the accused killer's past. it's exposed as cops dig for answers. scott greene has a history of confronting police and being involved in racially insensitive actions. he was removed from a high school football game a couple weeks ago. officer justin martin and tony beminio are having their funerals planned. outraged by the fire and vapid lichl of a -- vandalism of a historic black church. somebody tagged vote trump on the building. there's an $11,000 reward to catch them. so many call this place home and what they've been told about a deadly explosion is not sitting well. residents in maryland filed two lawsuits.
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residents say they warned management many times about the smell of gas. one city of phoenix employee stalking another with revenge porn. that's what's playing out at city haul this week. jason valentine is following the story. >> this looked like just porn on a work device. but it turned out those images were being used to stalk and threaten an ex-girlfriend. nobo h looking for answers at richard abbott's home. he's in jail right now. he was arrested last week sharing naked pictures of an ex- girlfriend that police say he hasn't dated since 2013. >> there's a poor relationship between her and this gentleman. >> sources say both are employees. abbott has worked in the department for ten years. someone saw graphic nude pictures on his work ipad earlier this month.
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>> there were images sent while they were dating but the stalking continued after the fact. >> police say a couple of times he printed the pictures and threw them all over her lawn and threatened to kill her if they didn't get back together. the city couldn't comment but says abbott still works there. he's been on disability for the past eight months. court papers say your tax dollars are paying him $3,000 per month and that he suffers from mental i'm jason valentine abc 15. clarification from american airlines after reports of cuts for pilots. they say those 500 pilots are not losing their jobs but moving to other hubs. there are too many in the valley. they will hire 715 new pilots nationwide next year since some will retire. one mistake is all it took to save two lives in the
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two arrests after a mysterious murder involved a former athlete. do you know how to tell a service dog from a pet? why it has nothing to do with a vest. just getting a breaking update on hillary clinton's plans right now. we understand that she just left las vegas about ten minutes ago. we're scanning the skies waiting for the plane to arrive. on the ground mcallister avenue has been shut down from apache
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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! you know, you could see there was 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."
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back at the live desk counts down to the hillary clinton rally. she's still in the air flying to the valley at this moment. flying from vegas as we mentioned. melissa blasius is all over this one for us. she's at asu. supporters are waiting patiently but eagerly. >> they are waiting. several thousand people.
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excitement to the crowd. it might be good that things are running behind because there are still hundreds waiting to get through security. hillary clinton coming personally to the valley she hasn't been here in months talk talking as this is a neck and neck race. we expect her to hit on issues important to latino voters. we'll have a wrap up later. back to you. new information about a phoenix kidnapping and extortion last week. how police wer 39-year-old tony jackson who's accused of tying up a couple in their home. he broke in near 24th street and camelback demanding $250,000. he let the wife go to let her get the cash. instead she called for help. the couple was found safe and police believe this is an isolated case. a woman recovering from stab wounds after she said someone attacked her after she
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police searched the area but have not said if they made an arrest. breaking news from the live desk. two arrests made in the murder of a former u of a basketball player. we learned of his death almost a year ago. his roommate and an accomplice are charged in the case. less than aweek away from the election bringing you the fact checks on the candidates. with donald trump wants guns in the classroom as clinton claims. >> he's said on his first day in office he would require every school in america to let people carry guns into our classrooms. >> politifact found trump said he would get rid of gun-free zones at schools. noting that it would get signed on his first day in office. trump says trained teachers
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classroom. they rated this true. >> the fbi has reopened its investigation into hillary clinton and discovered another 650,000 emails. >> trump continued his rail against clinton's emails at a rally on monday. they found the 650,000 were discovered in a separate investigation but it's unclear how or duplicates. they're only looking at a small portion. they rated the claim half true. so you see a dog with its owner in the store. are you an isn't that cute person or a why is that animal allowed guy? david in mesa says he sees dogs everywhere. he sent us these pictures. he says in one incident two dogs got into a fight and
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we have even witnessed pools of urine at the base of support poles in the stores. he cans if they were service -- he questions if they were service animals. >> justin sterling trains dogs. >> you need to be calm, under control, and focused on their handler in public. >> some like ernie are learning the ropes. service dogs are the only animals the law protects inside public places. service dogs must be trained to do a specific task to help the person with a disability. even if the disability is one that you can't see. >> diabetic alert dogs, and we train service dogs for people with post-traumatic stress disorder. >> and yes they're protected anywhere the public is allowed.
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>> the dog needs to be housebroken and should not be barking or biting. >> how can you tell if it's a service dog. >> not what a dog looks like it's how they behave. >> businesses are allowed to ask two questions. is the dog a service animal and required because of a disability and what work or task has the dog been trained to perform. >> someone with a legitimate service animal will be prepared. and you can buy them online. let joe know for all the rules involving service dogs. need my help? we solve problems every day. you call, email, or like us on the facebook page and tell us about it there. i'm joe ducey. if you have a problem let me know. beautiful day across the valley. right where we should be for this time of year. changes coming up. and you may be noticing
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rain chances on the encrease. 78 in deer valley. 71 in chandler. 80 in sky harbor. not showing showers or thunderstorms over the valley but not far. you travel to the north some sotty showers in the north -- spotty showers in the northwest. we have thunderstorms that are moving to the northwest near hayden and also oracle right now. the move into the valley. but most likely will stay along the rim with isolated rain chances overnight. better chances you'll see coming up tomorrow. here's how it maps out. tonight we'll keep the rain chances out until about 2:00, 3:00 in the morning. then we bring them up slightly. here in the valley tomorrow morning's commute looking dry. rain chances up to 20% in the late morning hours.
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afternoon with some spotty showers. that doesn't mean all of us will get wet. and looking for light to moderate rain. maybe a trace across the valley before it's all said and done. not a huge event for us. wind speeds light at this hour. though we had a few near 15 miles per hour today. some gusts close to 40 miles per hour elsewhere. tomorrow. part of a storm system bringing in the moisture. it moves to the east as we go through thursday and friday. it will keep northeast of those rain -- it will keep those rain chances away. lingering through early friday morning. more widespread. those will linger through saturday. a look at your temperatures coming up in a minute. coyotes from a lot of neighborhoods.
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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. arizona's largest newspapers endorse tom o'halleran for congress. "the republic" says, "elect tom o'halleran. and "the daily star" said, "o'halleran puts the common good above party politics. tom o'halleran -- a leader we can trust. abc 15 sports brought to you by sanderson ford. >> heading into the bye week the cardinals have been a disappointment when it comes to wins and losses. they look like the walking
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for charities at their annual kingpin challenge. i caught up with the president to get his take on the season. >> we've had some opportunities that we missed. all we can control is what is in front of us. the nfl right now a lot of the teams are bunched up around 500. we got to get that self- confidence and swagger back on the field. i'm excited about next week. we're going to be ready for the san francisco forty-niners. >> they'll be back on the practice field next week. a safety alert. what's lurking in one neighborhood. that's a coyote. wildlife sightings are not unusual. the viewer is worried because there's an elementary school nearby. live pictures of the hillary clinton rally expected to start soon. she's at least 40 minutes out already.
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15. you can watch the speech on mobile. where cars became a political target and who police think may be responsible. and enlisting some outside help. the service being offered by one group to get people to the polls. the amount of untested rape kits in our state. the new numbers released and the new numbers released and what 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. 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. house majority pac is responsible
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putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing.
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grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good.
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right back out to tempe. hillary clinton getting ready to take flying in from vegas. going to see a little bit right now. melissa blasius is out there live. what's happening now though? >> hi. actually hillary clinton is making her way to the tempe campus of asu. right now we're listening to a local teacher talking about why she supports hillary clinton. also in the last few minutes we heard some big boos come from the cloud every time donald trump is mentioned.
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the last minute ground game here with six days to election. they're asking for people to volunteer over the weekend to knock on doors, make phone kales, and -- calls, and bring in every vote possible. >> stretching a little bit in tv. waiting and filling that time until her plane arrives. mcallister avenue shut down from apache to university. >> while we wait a lot talking about mike pence taking the stage this morning in mesa. the vp nominee speaking to a packed crowd. a lot of time talking about donald trump saying the nominee will drain the swamp in washington, d.c. and bring america together. also today pence claimed clinton failed to keep u.s. troops in iraq. >> it was hillary clinton as secretary of state who failed to renegotiate a status of
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ran -- ren -- sovereign government of iraq. >> plit fact says this is -- politifact says this is true but any deal wouldn't have passed the parliament and nay rated the claim mostly -- and they rated the claim mostly false. a rally in spanish at the maridale community center. donald trump jr. is making a return trip to the valley. he's stopping in knee nix on friday. he was at -- phoenix on friday. he was at asu on thursday campaigning for his father. no word on a location or time. a political statement or punks with nothing else to do. snowflake police say several homes and cars are tagged with f trump. the scoop on this foul message.
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election quiet snowflake arizona becomes a political target? >> i was throughing about looking to see if i'd -- i wassing about looking to see if i'd been egged or anything because we ran out of candy early. if they're making a political statement i think they should paint it on their car. >> bill wasn't the only one. up the street more cars laced with profanity. walls covered in black paint and a middle finger to boot. snowflake police say it was all over. >> additional vehicles, and park itself, houses, fences around houses, vehicles in the parking lots of houses. >> the victims were like lib chosen at ran -- likely chosen at random by a group of teens
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>> asinine. >> police found cans near the crime scene. they say this could result in serious felony charges. in snowflake joe bartels abc 15 news. a group fighting joe arpaio wants to make sure you vote by giving you a free taxi ride through election day. call the number on your screen and mention their name. they partnered with 400 taxi drivers from different companies. >> this is a way f people there's no excuse. there's no reason. if something comes up your car breaks down whatever is the case there's a solution. >> the group of drivers is calling themselves team 16. the service is being offered in maricopa county. new developments surrounding that huge rain kit backlog. just how many are untested. the current number is just shy of 6500. officials say a state task force determined that amount of
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we're told more than 4300 are in maricopa county alone. they plan to start testing them using state funds and grants. a terrifying situation in mesa. three people armed with hatchets carjacked a driver. here's a look at the three behind bars. they took the driver's car near broadway and dobson. that person helped police track the car. officers caught up with them. in buckeye a exposing himself at a wal-mart. arrested after returning to the scene of the crime. 56-year-old frank guzman exposed himself to two women inside the store. five days later he came back. he didn't get away this time. officers arrested him. what led up to a serious crash in phoenix. you saw this breaking news at 10:00. two young kids, a pregnant woman, and another adult hurt in the wreck. they were taken to the hospital
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update on their conditions. a nice day across the valley. plenty of sunshine. temperatures near average. 83 officially today at the airport: 80s in tempe and low 80s in goodyear. lows tonight in the 60s. increase the cloud cover. and then we're back in the 80s tomorrow. but something that will be different some slight rain chances in the forecast through the overnight as we track the showers and thunderstorms right now off to the east they increase across the valley by tomorrow afternoon. a look at your hour-by-hour forecast next vments. -- next. we have more information about that horrible bus crash in baltimore. but that was back in 2008.
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board when it slammed into an oncoming commuter bus. eight years ago he was ordered to pay an insurance company after slamming into a parked car. nationwide insurance claimed he was driving carelessly and fast. another day in court for cosby. what his lawyers are claiming. a classroom clash. two students throwing down. why the actions of a teacher ar e paul babeu is abusive.
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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. house majority pac is responsible
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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady 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. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of
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okay you know early voting is supposed to save us time. not the case in the valley tonight. we are tracking reports of more than a two hour wait at some of our polling places. at least in glendale, scottsdale, tempe and mesa that's shorter than the wait during the primary but more workers, more equipment being brought in to help out and ease the pain. we'll keep tracking this. a street racing crash in
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totalled neon green sports car. witnesses say the driver was going more than 60 miles an hour. two other cars were involved. the driver in one took off. everyone involved survived that crash. day two of a pretrial hearing for bill cosby today. his lawyers saying he's legally blind and can't get a fair trial because of it. he can no longer identify his accusers. all of this in an effort by the case thrown out. the prosecution doesn't buy the claims but there were no rulings from the judge. a loving father proud of his son. that's how witnesses describe a dad accused of murder. testimony continuing in the georgia hot car death trial. ross harris charged in the death of his son. prosecutors say he left him in a hot car for seven hours.
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what police say one man did that had people more than just scared on halloween. let someone else do the thanksgiving cooking for you. we compare prepared meals for the best price. the mba is back and flopping is reaching new lows. a double flop for the ages tonight. and we're still sitting in the low 80s out there. clouds, rain chances on the increase. more broezs in the -- breezes in the forecast tomorrow and
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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! you know, you could see there was 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." he's going like "i don't remember!? just moments ago we've been watching these live pictures gabby giffords was on stage. she's been campaigning with hillary clinton for a bitd. she was in cincinnati -- bit. she was in cincinnati two days ago. we were listening in. we'll keep you updated. hillary clinton a number of minutes out. roads shut down in tempe as soon as she lands they'll be
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we'll be there with you and it will be on abc 15 mobile. the number of salmonella cases linked to chicken skyrocketing. many people have been infected in 48 states including ours. in glendale we've been following the chicken fight all year. a public meeting about this last week. one resident and realtor saying this is >> it doesn't make for good neighbors because you're going to have a chicken coop next to your neighbor's window. but more importantly i'm concerned about the health issues. >> city allowing chickens to be kept in backyards of homes with large lots of a certain size. no word from the city on when they will take up this issue again. a throw down the a classroom. and parents are upset with the
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their class mates egging them on. parents say more should have been done. >> these two kids are really fighting and i see an adult in the background. and you know he's not coming over. >> school officials say a teacher can physically break up a fight but they aren't required to if they feel it's unsafe. that's why resource officers are on campus. no one wants to see this. an ohio man behind bars accused of displaying his genitals in a candy bucket. he used the bucket and showed it to children on halloween night. neighbors were disgusted they say. >> that's totally disgusting. >> sick. >> something wrong with him. >> this man has been in trouble before. he served time for selling drugs several years ago.
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southeast seeing their worries become a reality. gas prices rising after that deadly explosion of a pipeline. the average price for a gallon up three cents in georgia and two in south carolina. this coming after part of the colonial pipeline exploded monday. a construction crew hit it with a piece of equipment. analysts are worrying it could affect supplies for weeks. a grand slam when it comes to ticket prices. tonight's tickets setting records. the average price $2700. higher than any other baseball game. we'll soon know who's taking home the prize. the cubs and indians playing in a winner take all game. in case you missed it the mba season is underway and the players are back to their old tricks. the biggest beef? flopping.
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nug bets and -- nuggets and raptors. check it out. an apparent no contact. both players go down grabbing their face, neck. take another look. there's very little if any contact. both guys selling it. this is getting ridiculous. it is funny though right? big guys. clearly both have failed acting class. is that the worst ever? >> seriously. say sorry to your sister. little fights. >> is that the best ever? we don't even touch and go down. >> they're learning from soccer. >> soccer is the same way. but they always grab their face in soccer. >> my career is ruined. oh no i'm good. changes coming to the forecast. a little rain tomorrow. all quiet right now. desert doppler showing showers
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valley. near the white mountains and near hayden and oracle a few rumbles of thunder there. and even on i-10 to the east of tucson. we keep things dry through the next several hours here. 80 degrees in the phoenix metro. clouds increase tonight and the cloud cover will keep overnights lows -- overnight lows warmer. th 80s. and the chance for a few of those showers maybe a couple rumbles of thunder. not looking super widespread. spotty at best. best chances come at the sock hour thru midday -- 10:00 hour through midday. light to moderate rain. maybe a trace to a quarter of an inch in the valley. the higher terrain could see an inch or over thursday into friday.
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those rain chances drop off significantly as we head into tomorrow night. valley winds have been a little breezy today. between ten and 15 miles per hour. reported now at eight miles per hour at phoenix sky harbor. stronger north. now tomorrow a storm system moves through. we have a few valley gusts near 20 miles per hour and continue with stronger winds. 63 out the door in sedona. 30s in flagstaff tomorrow morning. highs north tomorrow back in the 50s for locations like flagstaff, the grand canyon. 80s closer to home in phoenix. overnight lows 61 in surprise. upper 50s in goodyear then back
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we'll have a few breezes and again partly to mostly cloudy skies. slight chance of rain throughout the day and decreasing clouds friday. a slight chance of morning rain friday. beautiful weekend ahead. close to 90 as we kick off the week. a consumer alert nouchlt an update from the ub -- alert now. an update from the uber app. soon you'll be able to request a ride directly to find a friend without needing to know after typing a contact's name in uber will ask them for aprooifl to share -- approval to share where they are. thanksgiving means lots of food. grocery stores will do all the hard work for you. which will give you the best price. we did the research so you can save time and money. danielle lerner with the results of our turkey dinner
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food safeway, albertson's and bashes. fry's has the most options. they have more sides than the other stores acht total of --. a total of six. $69.99 for the entire meal that feeds up to six people. safeway and albertson's $10 cheaper and have five sides. $59.99. bash's has the same five sides but has the bo nus of a pumpkin or apple pie. their price is $54.99. bash's has the best price and fry's that has the most variety. is that worth the extra $15? let us know. either way make sure you order sooner rather than later because they often run out pretty fast.
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the cma awards and we've got ahold of new information. beyonce is set to perform live tonight during the show. an arizona country singer will be there. ashley wineland. she got her start later in life she says, in middle school. she loves music and can't wait for the day she graces the stage. >> as a fellow singer it's the dream to end up on the award stage. you put love and passion into everyt your music is kind of like your baby. >> she's going to be tweeting with us on cma night, tonight. you can too use the hashtag azcmas. three autographed guitars will be given away after. even brad and carrie signed them.
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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. arizona's largest newspapers endorse tom o'halleran for congress. his words match his work." and "the daily star" said, "o'halleran puts the common good above party politics. tom o'halleran -- a leader we can trust. putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it.
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more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? alright, good.
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okay tracking this. hillary clinton is in arizona but in the air. once she lands she'll be at asu speaking. here's a live picture from there. we will be live streaming her rally for you so you can watch it in its entirety on your abc 15 mobile app. at 10:00 exclusive video as we confront the phoenix man accused of hacking into email
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nationwide. plus, why can't we get it right. holding officials accountable after people turning away because they don't want to wait in long lines. and bringing you the moments from the cma awards which starts in moments. changes coming up tomorrow. our temperatures stay in the 80s after starting in the 60s. looking for a 30% chance of rain. best chances will be late mo afternoon. pretty spotty and light to moderate rain maybe a couple of rumbles of thunder. decreasing and out of here by friday morning. beautiful way to wrap up the week. upper 80s for the weekend.
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and don't it make my brown eyes ? ? and don't it make my brown eyes don't it make my brown eyes blue ? ? louisiana woman mississippi man we get together any time we can ? ? mississippi river can't keep us apart ? ? there's too much love in this mississippi heart too much love in this louisiana heart ? ? there's too much love in this mississippi heart too much love in thi ? i beg your pardon i never promised you a rose garden ? ? along with the sunshine there's got to be a little rain sometimes ? ? when you take you got to give so live and let live

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