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abc 15 breaking news. >> breaking news across the valley. let's get right to it beginning in tempe. one man is in the hospital after getting stabbed. investigators say it was all part of a love triangle. >> abc 15's allison rodriguez has more from scottsdale. >> reporter: at 8:30 this morning tempe calleded out here because of a stabbing and they say it happened just in front of that home there. an ex-boyfriend and a woman got into a fight with the lady's new boyfriend. the ex- stabbed the man with a knife. two department of revenue officers were in the area at the time they saw these two men fighting and they were able to break it up. a sergeant on scene tells me they were at the right place at the right time. >> they were driving in the area
the fight so they got out to stop the fight. and also detaining one and providing life saving measures to the other. >> the suspect is currently in police custody. right now investigators trying to figure out how this whole thing started. more breaking news as police investigate two deadly accidents. happening near 46th street. >> as you can see right there a car crashed right into valley metr one person was killed. a second car was also caught up and it was a truck in fact. seriously damaged. we talked to a man who saw that reck happen. >> it sounded like a big smash. like an explosion almost. you know, like things connecting. you heard it. you heard the car drags. >> southern avenue is closed between 44th street and 38th street. >> police are also trying to
crash. this one in chandler where a woman was hit by a car on arizona avenue. tragically that woman did not survive. air 15 was above the scene earlier as chandler p.d. had several traffic incidents in this area. there's a good chance van buren is going to stay closed. while trying to make a right turn that stuck. check out the mess here in arcadia. my goodness a strong wind gust did some damage in some
an eucylyptis. yeah, we had some strong winds roll threw. at least storms weren't in the valley. they were well to our south. and early this morning kicked in some very strong winds across the valley we had reports between about 45 and 50 miles an hour wind gusts. so that is likely the wind damage that we are seeing with that tree. we even had some damage outside the abc5 but that rain moving through early this morning and now a bit of a lull in the action. those showers continue to push out to the west. but this is just the lull before more storms develop as we go into this afternoon. l right now we're looking at partly cloudy skies across the valley and our storm chances are going back up this afternoon up to a 40% chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms. it could roll in by mid afternoon. through the evening commute. and we could see some strong
winds and also dust. so a lot to break down in your most accurate forecast still ahead. something else to note only in the 80s today we'll talk about that storm threat for the rest of today and that weekend out look in just a little bit. but i also want to show you again this video out of that damage that i mentioned just a bit ago as those winds kicked up in the valley. that scaffolding just blew right over. so of course if you've got damage in your neighborhood we want to see share at abc15.com and of course as weather rolls in if it's safe to do so send that video, send those pictures. we'll talk more about our afternoon storm threat in minutes. now to democracy 2016. thousands of people turned out to see hillary clinton last night at asu. one of her largest events of the campaign season. the democratic nominee looking to turn arizona blue. she spoke for about 45 minutes after showing up almost two
including donald trump's taxes but she also weighed in on a big race right here in maricopa county. >> i think it's time you had a new sheriff in town don't you. i think you know that paul will serve and protect all the people of this county and he will follow the law not his own ideological agenda. clinton's husband won back 1966 in arizona. we are preparing for at least other big stops this afternoon. clinton's running mate tim kaine he's going to be at the marysville community center. that event is closed to the public. then senator john mccain at the cubs spring training camp. donald trump jr. will host a rally at the gilbert water tower. new developments in a story
on abc 15 between attorney general loretta lynch and bill clinton. suing lynch and the obama administration demanding they come clean about the meeting and hand over all of the details. we had not yet heard back. right now there's a silver alert out for a california man with a phoenix connection. police are looking for richard williams. his family believes he may have driven to phoenix to visit his brother. williams was last seen wearing a blue jeans. police say he could be driving a silver 2003 toyota secoya with california license plates. so if you see him or you know where he is call police immediately. a memorial is growing outside a police department in iowa. this as we learn the gun found by a search dog in the wooded area is believed to be that weapon used to kill two police officers.
the force. he was just promoted to sergeant last year. and then there's justin martin. as for the suspect himself he is in police custody. no stranger to the law. investigators worked overnight searching the home of 46-year-old scott michael green. he's been arrested before for resisting arrest and for threatening to kill a man. well the last time the cubs celebrated a world series win the ford model t was brand new and butch cassidy was a wanted man. they outlasted the cleveland indians in 10 innings. this is video when the team arrived back at wrigley field early this morning and the fans were celebrating. we loved you on the d-backs milky and congrats. plenty of champaign there. so congrats of course. the world series win has earned the cubbies a trip to the white house. the president tweeting out an invitation just after the team's
series champions to visit the white house. president obama wants the cubs to swing by and make sure they get there before he leaves office in january. we'll explain why people are still having a tough time paying for medical bills. >> caught on camera stealing
chain saws we'll tell you what this guy's also accused of doing. >> and for our poll question of the day. we wanted to know did you think the cubs could pull off that win.
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, "o'halleran puts the common good above party politics. developing right now in your health news a new cdc report might stay the same this year. due to the fact that the the number of americans with health insurance has increased every year. this study suggests perhaps the affordable care act, the law
effectiveness. the report showing more than 28 million americans do not have health insurance. >> health officials are out with new guidelines to protect hospital patients from super bugs. the world health organization recommending patients going into surgery bathe or shower beforehand. their surgical site should not be shaved and antibiotics should be used to prevent infection. the super bug infections they're not only a big problem in poorer countries they cost patients a total of boy it doesn't get much clearer than this. take a look at this. surveillance video captures a guy stealing chain saws. and round two of storms possible in the valley here this
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like to see this guy coming your way? he was caught on this crystal clear surveillance vio stealing chain saws from home depot. police say that this guy also threatened to shoot the store manager. he was caught driving away in a white dodge durango. an abc 15 exclusive now makes you think what are people thinking. as the phoenix man walked out of federal court. his name is jonathan powell. he's accused of accessing e-mails of college students at
used the information on what he found online to answer the security questions when he requested a password change. powell didn't want to comment on those charges. this morning we're hearing from the anatomy of a young man killed by a wrong way driver. going down the loop 101 the wrong way near 35th avenue. the family just devastated by this tragedy. >> this person just had business on the highway but he died too and you have to have some kind of feeling for the fact that he died too. >> shaw was a big car enthusiast. his car club is now planning a cruise down the freeway in his honor. you'll see hundreds of subaru drivers hit the road on saturday. all of the details are posted on our website. what a difference a day makes.
he just returned the lost dog. mya the dog got lost in paradise valley yesterday after they went out for a walk and lb had to post some tweets to bring mya home. so what a morning as far as the weather goes. >> oh, yeah. we had some showers in the valley. chandler wind gusts upwards of 50 miles an hour. let me just show lapt there comes the dust. there comes the rain. we've got partly cloudy conditions out there again. a very active morning. around the valley but also in surrounding areas. rain is fairly spotty across the valley. you can see that many of us are pretty quiet. we do have those showers still
fountain hills. just northeast of the phoenix metro. a few showers also out west near buck eye as that band of morning rain continues to push to the west and eventually moving to western maricopa county. it's pretty quiet to our south now where we had some showers and storms earlier. up to our north seeing more of that widespread coverage in showers and even a few thunderstorms southeast of flagstaff. this batch is pushing southeast to northwest. sedona. so there is that chance and a higher chabs of rainfall across that northern pocket of our state has sympathy showers continue to develop. it's pretty quiet off to our southeast for now. but this area will be the focus of more showers and thunderstorms as we go into this afternoon and this is the area we're initially going to really have to watch as we could see more storms like what we're
tuscan right now can continue to fill in and that could bring a dust threat for us here as we go into this afternoon for the rainfall moves in back into the phoenix area later on. so we're not in the clear just yet. as expected we thought there would be a little bit of a lull before we get round two moving in. we'll see those showers and thunderstorms continue develop across the rim and really as far as widespread coverage that's going to be but again we'll watch for some storms that could develop just to our south this afternoon. before moving into the phoenix area. as we go into tonight those rain chances start to taper off into the valley but they continue in northeast arizona and the rain chances will continue through the northeast pocket of our state through the day tomorrow even into the day on saturday. as you plan the rest of the day i can keep that abc 15 mobile
thunderstorms to develop this afternoon and some of them could be strong possibly even severe especially in spots east and southeast of the phoenix area. and when i say severe i mean strong winds. we could see some strong winds with these storms and with that of course comes the threat of dust. it's not the monsoon but we've been so dry that dust could certainly be kicked up very easily. if you are traveling south of the valley keep that in mind. pockets of heavy rain not out of the question. hail too. that threat in the moderate range something to keep in mind as we go through the afternoon. these storms are developing as a storm system sits just to our south. that will keep the rain chance in place through today and even into tomorrow before we start to dry things out. that's also keeping temperatures in the 80s the next couple of days and then we've got a warm up to look forward to. i'll show you those warmer temperatures in that 7-day
well the cmas celebrating their awards show last night. >> they were coming together for one big party and it did not, of course, disappoint. >> garth brooks, dolly parten also taking the stage and accepting the lifetime achievement award. >> i just want to thank all my fans and everybody for allowing me to see my little girl dreams come true. >> you know, the night hall-of-famer and singer randy travis making an appearance. he sang the last part of a wonderful song of his. forever and ever amen. he suffered a life threatening stroke back in 2013. ? [ music ] ? ? ? what i had to be ?. >> the collaboration many people were not expecting beyonce
performance of her song daddy lessons with the dixie chicks and even country's biggest night couldn't get away from presidential politics. >> host carrie underwood and brad paisley poking some fun. >> what i think doesn't really matter because this show is rigged. >> no, no it's not, brad but the people need to know will you accept tonight's results? >> yes. if i win. >> then no and you're a nasty woman. >> coming up next we're going to catch up with our friends from the wild life world zoo and aquarium and get to know this adorable feline.
so this is a baby white tiger cub. she's only two months old and tigers are the largest cats in the world. the males can 600-pound. >> so he could get up to 600 pounds. >> so this is a female. they tend to be a little bit smaller. they tend to be 450 pounds. but the males do get that large. now unfortunately these cats are critically endangered in the wild. >> the white ones are specifically. >> well tigers in general are
only about a 1,0,000 to 1500 can reproduce. so in the wild these wiet -- 1000 to 1500 can reproduce. the likelihood of one happening where one parent has the ressive gene. you can tell she's going to be very big. we have a cub-a-palooza going on right now. >> and you notice she's just calling her she because she has a naming contest. >> we do. >> i say we do it right here right now. >> if there's any viewers that have any good ideas they can visit our facebook page. all the details are on there. you can submit a name. every week there's some final
gets an annual membership for a family of four and they get to name this beautiful girl. how fun is is that. >> get creative folks. >> for now we'll just say hey girl. >> thank you so much for coming. get out there and explore the zoo. still to come right here on abc 15 news at 11:00 a woman tragically loses her life in a reck. >> and the cubs take home a we'll explain all that's changed since their last win. >> caught on camera leaving
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stories for you. first in chandler. a woman hit by a car on arizona avenue just south of elliott road. chandler police had several traffic closures in police in phoenix there also investigating a deadly crash. air 15 over this one this morning on southern near 46th street. a car crashed into a valley metro bus. one person unfortunately died at the hospital. several people were also injured. this happened around 7:30 at an apartment complex. now the police there say they've
interest about an hour later around coolidge. phoenix police now say several men approached a driver who had broken down and they tried to rob him. four of the five suspects they're now in custody. one was tracked down by a police k-9. for more on the chicago cubs historic history. television had not yet been invented. that is crazy to me and world war i >> yeah, arizona and new mexico weren't states. making last night's game in cleveland nothing short. >> here's the 0-1. this is going to be a tough play. bryant. the cubs win the world series. >> the curse reversed. a historic 8-7 win in extra innings for the chicago cubs.
since 1908. cubs fans spilling out into the street officer wrigleyville, chicago erupting in celebration. >> they deserve it. this is the best team we've had in years. >> there's literally nowhere i would rather be here in wrigleyville than celebrating this win. >> it was an epic winner takes all series. the indians and the cubs duking it out. chicago pulling off an astonishing come-back from a 3-1 deficit in the series. >> one into center. >> david ross capping off the last game of his career with a home run and a world series win. as the beloved chicago announcer harry chemicaler would say. this is the chaos.
celebrated the reverse of the course. and you can cash in on the cubs' win. free sliders from chicago hamburger company. 2016 sliders and there is a limit of three per person. did the same thing when the white sox won back in '05. this morning in democracy 2016 donald trump claiming bias. something that the republican has been doing most of presidential campaign. a listen to him here he actually singles out a specific nbc reporter. >> we have massive crowds. there's something happening. they're not reporting it. katie, you're not reporting it, katie. there's something happening, katie. there's something happening, katie. >> reporter: as he makes his closing argument. >> not the first time in this case. it appears to be backfiring thousands on social media are coming to katie ter's defense
networks. >> well if you thought you were just going to breeze through your polling place. this video is from an early voting center at 57th avenue and glendale. some waited while others decided to try again some other day. >> it's pretty frustrating. this is my second time voting and i just didn't think it would be this bad. >> there are going to be lines at the voting places. so there will be. but we're certainly not going to see the lines before. >> maricopa county before helen parcel. she says that she's going to send more workers possibly more equipment to the busiest polling places for these final two days of early voting. and just hours after leaving tempe hillary clinton is back on the campaign trail. today hillary clinton heads to another battle ground state north carolina where she'll be joined by senator bernie sanders.
ti here in the desert. he will be at the marriville center making an entire speech in spanish. the doors open for the marrivale event at 4:15 with the rally beginning at 6:15. donald trump staying busy with three different campaign stops today. he is planning on stop engine jacksonville florida with two stops in north carolina. terence crutcher's wife milania trump also set to return to the campaign she is set to give a speech to voters in pennsylvania and what americans can expect if her husband is elected to the presidency. this will be her first speech of the general election season. developing right now the community of snow flake targeted by vandals with an obscene political message. the words "f trump" showed up on homes, fences, even a
up sometime halloween night. >> if they were making a political statement i think they should paint it on their own car. >> well cops believe it was a group of kids behind the message. they don't have any suspects and they need some tips with all of the damage involved this could be a felony crime. meantime in mississippi police are calling the burning of a black church a hate crime. trump outside the building. investigators are questioning at least one person. thankfully nobody was inside at the time. caught on camera. the troopers tried pulling him over but he sped off down the freeway and police finally used the stop sticks to slow that car down. he surrendered and is now facing a number of charges. a hunter's trip in michigan is interrupted by something
seven training bombs. used by the national guard for training exercises. they fell off the military plane. it is not exactly clear how many of those "bombs" got free. >> it's pretty darn rare. i haven't seen a case like that. >> these are training bombs. they do not explode. still though the smoke released could cause injury if mishandled. we have a fire truck at the
thanks for being here guys. this is tommy reeves. >> how you doing? >> i'm doing great. >> well the touch truck's pretty sweet. different types of trucks. we're bringing the fire truck out, the ladder truck and even a helicopter is going to come out. they can get in it and see the siren or the horn. they can try our stuff on and just see what we do. >> speaking of i'm going to do that in an interview. this league here. >> it's our fourth year doing this. help us to meet our mission which is to develop the potential of women and promote volunteerism. we're hoping that everybody comes out. the event is 9:00 to 1:30 in the sears parking lot and like he said we will have all the
could all climb in. they can honk the horns. parents can take lots of cute pictures. and we have a dj. we have mascots. we have food trucks. bounce houses. rock walls. all kinds of activities. >> she said honk the horn. >> i did one of those kind of fire training academy things years ago. this is a lot heavier than i remember. but this is great because when you get to get up close and personal with you all it just helps you appreciate what all do. how does it feel to have the public do that? >> it feels pretty good to have people understand what we go through and just appreciate the support of the public and we know they support us a lot. >> all right. let's get the official information once again to let you all know when you can come out and touch a truck. >> cathy. >> it is from saturday from 9:00 to 1:00 on the south side of the mall by sears. >> honk the horn. >> i like this.
thanks guys so much. i'll be taking the equipment with me i think it suits me. coming up after the break how much did you spend on your car? why economy might not be the best thing when it comes to your family's safety. >> and do you know how to stel a service dog from a pet. coming up jill will let you know why it has nothing to do with that vest. >> more showers and 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,
on his personal agenda. arpaio talks tough, but doesn't keep us safe. 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." "o'halleran puts the common good above party politics. tom o'halleran -- a leader we can trust. putting a wife to work is
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we're watching your money on wall street. take a look. kind of a mix today. not too much. 17,950. car safety is a top priority for a lot of us. the institute of highway safety released this video showing a head to head collision. no surprise didn't perform well and the u.s. the $12,000 versa did better. until further improvements can be made. uber unveiling a new feature on its app that syncs with your calendar. so the company can fill in the rider's destination. you can also enter a person
destination field. uber hopes the new features make the apps a little bit easier to use. a woman wrote a letter asking the retailer saying donald trump's campaign has been marked by hate speech and does not seem to represent nordstrom's values. facebook is pairing to celebrate a huge milestone. the social media giant on the verge of hitting 2 billion users it had 1.79 billion active users. the 2 billion mark could put facebook's usership on more than a quarter of the world's population. well apparently dolphins in the desert have plenty of appeal. just off the 101 in scottsdale open back on october the 15th.
day since then. animal defense league of arizona released a new statewide poll showing 49% of the 700 people oppose holding dolphins in the tank so people can swim with them. so let's say sometime this morning you see an owner with his dog in the store. >> david and mesa says he sees dogs he found these pictures and says in one incident two dogs got into a fight at the check out counter and we have witnessed pools of urine. he questions whether or not they were truly service animals. >> very silly. that's not good behavior. >> justice sterling trains assistance dogs and says true service animals are usually easy to spot. >> you do need to be calm, under control and focused on their
>> reporter: some like ernie are still learning the ropes. not pets not emotional support or therapy dogs. service dogs must be trained to do a specific task to help the person with a disability. even if the disability is one you didn't see. >> diabetic alert dogs and we also train service dogs to assist people with post traumatic st hospitals anywhere in the public is allowed but disability rights attorney says any disruptive animals can be removed. >> the dog needs to be house broke broken and also should not be biting anybody. >> so how can you tell if it's a service dog? >> it's not what a dog looks like it's how they behave. >> you're allowed to ask two questions. is the dog a service animal and
been trained to. >> any greed can be a service dog in those vests not required and you can actually buy them online. i'm investigator joe ducey. have a great day. we had some rain. thunderstorms. and guys, you want to see something pretty. >> yes please. >> how about this. a double rainbow this morning. this beautiful video. lots of color out there. i want to thank you all for sending in your weather pictures video. share at abc15.com is the spot to send them in. and as we go into this afternoon we've got a watch for more showers and thunderstorms. some of them could be on the strong side. my advice keep that abc 15 mobile app handy as we go through the afternoon as we're going to see the chance for more storms and storms could be on the strong side. what that means is we can get some strong winds.
strong hail. much of the valley pretty quiet. i've been watching a watch of showers and thunderstorms move from east to west across the north portions of your county and they are impacting spots like cape creek out near the beeline highway. saw a few showers and storms moving through. again they're tracking from east to west. almost to the northwest as well. so spots like new river getting that rain. eventually working their way into spots across yabaki county. we had a lot of showers and storms earlier but this entire area will be the focus for more storm development as we go into this afternoon and it's a spot that we're going to have to watch later on. and that could mean a dust threat for us. and even to our southeast and you're already starting to see some of those storms developing
we'll be watching those closely over the next couple of hours and again possibly produce some strong winds and dust. i know it's not the monsoon but we're going to watch for storms. but we're also tracking more widespread coverage in that rain and showers and thunderstorms. across the muggyon rim. we'll watch for more showers and storms to develop along the eastern rim and any storms that do develop in those areas do have the potential of being strong maybe even severe. this area highlighted in the dark green that's where we could see some of the strongest storms. from globe from cassa grande. so the valley is in the path of those storms. so this afternoon be on alert for strong winds. possibly some dust and pockets of heavier rain and small hail not out of the question.
like this. our next couple of hours. those chases do go up after 3:00 and we're keeping a 40% chance in the forecast through about 8:00 here this evening. after that gradually starting to taper off. could still see some showers lingering by 10:00 before we really start to drop those chances off and tomorrow just a slight chance of shower or thunderstorm. up into the mid 80s today. that puts us a bit average. at least not today as we go into the weekend the the drier through the weekend and temperatures will start to climb. by early next week we're talking highs in the upper 80s. right to this video. it is not for anyone who is afraid of heights. >> look away. a daredevil tests his limits by
skyscraper. and melbourne australia and then once on top of course he walks to the side. puts his toes over the edge and looks to the the ground below. >> what's wrong with him. >> he apparently finds another ladder even higher and eventually standing on top of the corner of that sky creper. thankfully he made it down. you videos. this coming from a new cdc study. that says almost 900 people have been infected with salmonilla . in glendale the city is considering changes that could allow you to keep chickens in the back yard. >> that doesn't make for good neighbors because you're going
next to your neighbor's bedroom window. >> the city currently allows for chickens to be kept in back yard residents. >> so if you rely on energy drinks to get your day going. here's another reason to keep things in moderation. researchers for the university of florida say a 50-year-old man developed acute hepatitis after drinking up to five energy drinks a day. so apparently the high levels of natural ingredients like b vitamins can turn toxic. coming up next we're going 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."
let's recap some of our top stories for you. police are investigating a deadly crash. a car hit a valley metro bus. several people were also injured. southern avenue it is still closed between 44th street and 48th street. >> police are also trying to figure out what led to another crash in chandler. a woman was hit by a car. she did not survive. air 15 was was up over that scene earlier. those closur cleared. >> one man is in the hospital after being stabbed by a love rival in tempe. police say an ex-boyfriend of a woman got into a fight with her new boyfriend. let's check in with faith fredericks who just walked into the studio. >> i am ready for real fall weather. not what we've been having lately. the real fall weather. i don't know if it's happening
hopefully by 4:00. here's a question for you. how long did too long? and you can weigh in on this. we're taking a look at early voting lines and the impact on the election in our state. how long do you think is reasonable to actually wait in line to cast your ballot. plus the series did not disappoint. right here in arizona. so many people watching that last night. >> we still like they're our team could use some of that chicago weather. so i'm holding on to our abc 15 mobile app. can you pull up the abc 15 desert doppler radar. some storms could be strong this afternoon. so be on alert.
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