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. good morning, it is 5:00 on a saturday. >> homicide detectives working late into the night. trying to figure out who shot a man and his uncle and left them to die in a street. >> it was once a felony and now a big change is the way ballot may be collected and why they may be knocking on your door. >> donald trump's wife and whether her work as a model was legal during her first years here in the u.s. of course, the plot thickens on both sides as we approach the election day. hard to believes already here. >> few days away. >> we will go ahead and talk about something that we can get on board with and agree with.
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are and nick ciletti tracking the storms. >> i needed a sweater or jacket. >> little bit chilly this morning. we are see eased to being above average. this is downtown phone. and those temperatures looks like we are in the 640 -- in the low 60s and 61 in litchfield park. this by 10:00. finally. up into the 70s. 77 by noon and low 80s after that. tonight's high in phoenix 82. i am tracking a warm up. i will have all the details for you coming up in a few minutes. a lot of news to get to. >> police are busy responding to several incidents. first one happening near 12th street and union hills. they called us about the situation and telling us they stopped the driver. and suspected of dui.
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his vehicle and stretching a nearby area and not finding anything. >> this is a mess for the dps and we are told this is a trooper with a serious crash when the vehicle was clipped by another car. >> the damage here is minimal. we are not sure if the driver is going to face charges. from the initial crash, we are told had to be taken to the hospital for this one. this crash leaving a motorcyclist in serious this person is expected to be okay. the rider was going eastbound on a patch when he hit a white car. the driver of the white car is at fault and now in custody. >> investigators are looking at alcohol as a possible factor. >> what happened today in democracy 2015. a major battle continuing in court and focused on so-called ballot harvesting. >> this is a big change for voters.
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election. >> joining us live now. breaking it all down here. >> megan, can you explain it to us. >> these are the court documents that are laying it all out for you this morning. the bill previously made it a felony for someone to collect your ballot for you. >> court of appeals temporarily banned that law in our state. that means people can now come to the early or mail and ballot for you. >> but state officials took action asking the court, just days before the election. justice kennedy. >> that is megan tamp of thompson and we are having audio issues there. and we will have the story later on in the forecast. in the meantime, arizona is becoming a battleground state.
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upstate. >> arizona is a key player in the election. more big named visitors expected to make stops in the coming days. today, it is dr. ben carson and he will be in the valley rallying for votes and speaking at the state gop headquarters in phoenix. some of the details right there on the screen. we expect them to get there before 2:30. we are also ready to could have bernie sanders tomorrow. he will rally specifically behind hillary clinton ts vision for our economy. this is at and doors will open at 10:45. you are asked to rvv -- rsvp. >> melania trump waking up to new controversy. >> a new report from the ap claims the former model was working in the u.s. before she got legal permission. she was paid for 10 modeling jobs much tolding more than $20,000. all of that before her work visa was approved. she is maintaining that she arrived in the country legally
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her immigration status. meantime, also taking heat for this. accused for a second time of pledge jarrizing a speech -- pledge jarrizing a speerch. >> you can dream it and become it. >> several people on line pointing out. those are the exact same words from a florida la maples -- from a marla donald trump's second wife. relying on heavy star power to sway voter. we learned an nba champ will be joined here and it is lebron james expected to appear with clinton tomorrow in cleveland. ohio, of course, a huge swing state according to a recent poll. donald trump is currently leading there by several points. >> we will get back to news locally. a man left his uncle to die in front of him. they were both shot in the
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this is near 64th avenue and van buren. how the uncle did unfortunately die. the nephew expected to survive. the nephew telling police they drove off in a car together. note motive for the shooting and not mentioning the serial street shooter. they have some sort of conversation going on before the shooting. we did speak with a neighbor who is worried about th family's safety. >> not safe for my kids. >> it is in the house and go out and you might get shot. you know. and life is risky. so, we got to be on it. >> you know. you can understand some of the fear there. and police did not release the ages of the victims. this this shooting. not far from where they murdered seven people dating back to march. no indication on this latest scene if it is connected. they do want this guy caught. they offer a $75,000 reward.
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it is the kind of thing we are starting to see more and more. this is reporting in mesa two weeks ago. now, reports of thieves stealing gas in the overnight hours and in indian school. there is an inex again sieve fix here to buy a gas cap with the lock on it. >> police in scottsdale on the hundred for a man who tried to rob the man near mcdowell. he passed a thought to a teller and then he left without a money in the dark colored sedan. let them know if you have any information on this one. get back to the most accurate forecast on this saturday morning here. things have been cooler. we like that we have rain and clouds and lots of events going on over the weekend. are we going to be in the clear. do we need the umbrella, what is going on. >> you should need the umbrella for the next several days. go outside and enjoy it. >> here is the headlines real quick.
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we will have all those details in the seven-day forecast and the winds will return, too. what that means for the rest of the week. >> it is the answer marijuana dispensaries have been anxious to finds. changing the local banking system and giving them considering they are high risk. >> chicago cub frenzy.
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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. 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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. a grandmother whose dprabd daughter has epilepsy depends on this truck and pays $500 in fee for her card and the lawsuit calls on the governor and the department of health services to lower prices.
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the choice of saving phony for a card or their life. no one should have to. >> they want the state to repay patients and paying into the state fund for years. so far. no comment from the governor's office. >> we get ready to vote on whether to legalize marijuana, a denver based app is helping for dispensaries that are relying on it. >> it is not legal in allstate's, and they are to recognize cash only transactions. this allows them to pay from the pot from their bank accounts to the account of the dispenseary. as long as it is in this kind of a gray area limbo. it opens it up for a lot. and potential for list of activities and making it transparent. >> toke condition is in the second pilot week. if all goes as planned, they
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dispensaries. first at colorado and then nationwide. >> joe ducey, you may have heard scammers held accountable. has it put any dent in the number of calls we are getting. >> we know how it works. >> they pretend to be an agent. clawing you owe back taxes and if you don't pay, you will be arrested. >> this is from call centers in india. and this country allegedly used to prepay debit cards a transfers. they say more than $250 million was collected in the scam. the amount startling. much more had been reported before. also startling, the impact so far on the number of people now getting crawls. >> it is 200 a week to 11. >> felicia thompson found this in scam complaints on the scam tracker site. we have had a similar decline. and no team received a dozen
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announced they were raided in india. it is claiming to be an irs agent. >> this is so successful for so long. expected to pop up somewhere else and keep the land line calls. and have a great day. if you have got a p >> . i-10 shut down from the stack until you hit state route 51. this is until saturday morning at 9:00 a.m. then they are going to switch the direction and do the westbound side and this is the i-17 split and that same timeframe on saturday until 9:00 a.m. on sunday. to get around both the closures. north or southbound can help you with the congestion and the closure you will see there.
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town from mcdowell to gilbert road. this is friday night until 10:00 p.m. and monday morning at 5:00 a.m. you will see the portion of the freeway closed. best option is to take mcdowell and u.s. 60 and get around the closure. couple of projects out and on grand avenue. head to abc15.com for all the details. 5:14 right now. mallory moore. taking action for us on th here. >> yesterday, the temperatures felt really, really food. and you are saying. we could see changes and maybe breezes this week. >> another warm up. it is not quite as bad. >> no triple digits. this is a quick look at the headlines once again. >> this is abc 15 desert doppler. it is quiet out there. most part out there. 66 degrees. right now at phoenix, sky harbor and humidity is a little bit elevated right now.
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little bit sticky. you don't feel it and it is outside. winds currently out of the south, south east at 3 miles an hour. >> quick look at currents across the rest of the valley and a lot of us in the low 60s. 61 in peoria and in glendale and 61 in chandler. good morning, mesa. 62. and 57, the chilly spot down in maricopa. everyone else will stay in the 60s. we will make it still nice conditions outside. by 4:00 p.m. coming off the high today and if you want to go out as warms up to go hiking or running. anything like that. this is going to be a beautiful, beautiful day for it. talk about how today's temperature and the next few days is going to compare to the average. it is 81. down to the 80 and look at how they will climb. 84 on sunday then up to 87 on monday. warmer on tuesday of the and
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cooler weather, it is hard to hold on to it. and we will see it. come back by later on in the week. this is desert doppler and this is nice and calm. looks like the rest of the state. >> pretty quiet after the rain we saw the last few days. >> look at feature cast and the dry weather pattern. what happens is some moisture juts into the northeastern part of the state and showers. not expecting any downpours. most of the state is remain pretty dry. this is from the next several days and if not, the next week. this is the seven-day forecast. for the pollen forecast. this is what we expect for today. sunday and also monday. ragweed and those are going to be the things you have to worry about and if they bug you. take out the allegra or collar tip, -- claritin, you will need it. flagstaff will see a high of 56
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not expecting precipitation. it is an awesome day to do that. >> this is the accurate forecast for you and in the free mobile pach by the way. >> # 4 degrees. mostly sunny conditions. by monday, that's when we start to see the warm up. we get to 87 degrees there. even warmer on tuesday as the system works its way through and knock the temperatures up a little bit. no rain with this and going to make the breezes stronger. we get to 85. still breezy out there. 84 on tuesday and 85 on friday. look at the latest model it is for next weekend. it is looking to be gorgeous too. the november weather pattern we have. you can't beat. get outside and enjoy it. we will take an in depth look at the temperatures in the east valley and the west valley and more hour by hour forecasts so you can plan your day. >> next. thank you. >> you have to start somewhere
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6-year-olds and known as the scorpions and road runners. it is the first taste of flag football. >> they are getting their flags on and getting a few last minute tips from coach. it is nice to have a 6-year-old like nash to fill us in on the details. >> active football. this is the favorite team. it is cardinals and if you play football, just, you have to wear because you don't want your mouth to hurt. most important thing and i am going to do my best today. >> and for those words of advice. it is time to get them in position.
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you run the wrong way. >> just run. >> the key is to have fun. >> nothing at this point in the game. >> this is all fit. >> and offense. >> it doesn't pleart at this age, does it. >> what is the objective. >> this is past the quarterback. >> right there. >> getting ready. >> they are able to go at it again. >> scorpions. congratulations, scorpion assist and road runners. >> you are this week's small stars. >> watch this and any of the recent small stars. visit the website at abc15.com.
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small stars of your own. e-mail us. or you can send us a message on twitter or facebook. >> tens of thousand it is of people are getting loose and car loading. >> they prepare for the 46 annual new york city marathon. >> something we can get on board this and they are going to run the race. and through new york city's five borrowing and they go on the finish line. new york's police commissioner is keeping participants and onlookers safe. this is to boost counterterrorism efforts for this marathon. >> they are running to stores and this is the championship merchandise. records are shattered as a team in major league baseball and try to compete with the demand here. they are on pace to do $0 million in sales and factoring in overall sales. that number is expected to reach $70 million.
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this. and this is the world series parade. 5 million fans. littered the streets for the massive party. all public schools had the day off, too. of the the chicago river was dyed cubby flu. >> they never let us off even for a snow day. they could celebrate the team this monday. >> declaring november 7th as world championship cubs day. this is the spring training home on monday, you are encouraged to square your cubby blue. >> new terror threats are going out across the country. what we know about supposed targets here in the u.s. >> hitting the road for a good
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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 - rapes, assaults, even child molestation, remain uninvestigated, while arpaio focuses on his personal agenda. arpaio talks tough,
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. heavy weights number 11 they will go at 5:00. this is abc 15 news at continue. >> take off for one of the most experienced flying crews ins national guard. >> they have one of toughest jobs in the world. they prepare by training and teaching in the high altitude mountains. flyers from all over the world come to prepare for war. >> now the thin rocky mountain air and terrain helpful to them. >> it is similar to what they
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rugged and make it easy. making it easy to land on rocks or 4 feet of snow if they encounter there. >> hopping on a harley. it is chance to get an adrenaline rush. it is all part the fifth annual biker blast in scottsdale. last year, they raised more than a million dollars for the kids at pch, food, motorcycle give away and kelly pickler. it is all kicks off with the motorcycle ride from pch to harley davidson of scottsdale and for these kids, the smiles are contagious. >> it is a combined effort with the motorcycle community. and the concert and the party and the whole thing. nobody raises money more like the biker community.
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don't talk to me. they talk to him directly. and this is taking pictures. they want to take pictures with him on their bike. >> it is great meeting isaiah. >> get more information. we have just posted all the information thank you need. a link to the harley davidson in scottsdale website. it is on 15 links. go to abc15.com. really cute. still to come in the next half hour. two political offices by vandals, the damage and what law enforcement in the valley is making sure to make sure this doesn't happen here. this doesn't happen here. >> lots of i'm tom o'halleran, and i approve this messsage. paul babeu oversaw a place of horrors
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c 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.
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. this is a busy saturday morning. >> i am alexandra rodriguez. >> we saturday morning. is it wrong to say that. we will talk about it. >> it was a little chilly for me this morning, too. >> it is 63 and feels good. 62 in mesa and 62 in glendale and 61 right now in litchfield park. i will show you how it is going to warm up.
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and we will stay in the 60s for much of the morning. 70s by 10:00 and stay in the 70s for a wheel. they won't leave the 70s and they will make it to the low 80s. we have a big warm up starting on monday. break down all the details on that coming up in just a little pit. we have a lot of news to get to. this is democracy 2016 and keeping arizona in the focus this morning and both sides hoping big names will state in their direction. >> abc 15's megan thompson is joining us live from republican headquarters with more details on an another push for donald trump, right, megan? >> that is right, nick. >> now, they will become alous for the presidential -- allies for the presidential can't dates. >> ben carson is going to be here.
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presidency and campaigning for donald trump. yet, that is happening today. the pair campaigning and rallying with volunteers and to cast their ballot and encourage them to go out there and pump up republicans in our state. that is happening from 2:25 until three this afternoon. from there, there is another location and head to the shea and the 51. that is until four. then bernie sanders will continue his push for clinton. he is coming to our state tomorrow. >> it is at central high school. this is the time at the has come to the state as a right hand to clinton and pushing for early voting last nt missouri. this is a whirlwind for the state. it hasn't been courted as much in recent presidential
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and they will come here and continue until tuesday. guys? >> megan stomp son reporting for us. >> toughest sheriff joe arpaio facing more accusations. this is from the ap alleging arpaio broke up a s.w.a.t. team unit despite a high tee manned and handling dangerous jail inmates. he shut down the team and there was a rise had inmate attack on guards. the decision is the result of profiling case. the trial for the case could be moving forward sooner than expected. now being thrown out because of paperwork and error in the paperwork. the judge saying arpaio can re-request the delay. if he plans to do that, he can violate the court orders in the racial profiling case. ahead of election day,
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virginia. and so far, no specific threats. >> we are assessing the credibility of it. we are geared up to go all the time. >> homeland security officials attending to hacks and one of which so far linked to russia. >> arizona not specifically named in the terror threats and and the office said the emergency management team is prepared. phoenix police say no credible affects so far for the they are looking closely at terror threats every day. >> we look at the same things. mere fact that another state is identified. our analysts as well as aides will look through to make sure our citizens are safe. >> now, they say there is absolutely no reason for people to stay away from the polls on election day. keep that in mind. >> republican parties in two states. targets vandals. take a look at this damage.
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governor op headquarters. >> they tried blacking out his name on a campaign sign. volunteers at trump's office said they threw a rock and two dozen people were inside and thankfully nobody was hurt. this is actually the second time this office has been vandalized. >> he admits to voter fraud and now they are facing felony charges. he is not a u.s. citizen. still, he way. >> the driver's license number was used to register to vote. >> we pointed out the loophole which we greek down for you earlier this week with the county recorder's response. >> you see the ad claiming babies in colorado are testing positive for marijuana. is it true. take a look at what we found out. >> the ad is from arizona for the drunk policy. it is a measuring stick for
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legalizing mek recreational marijuana here. >> 50% of newborns tested had marijuana in their system. >> they put it through a truth check and 50% of newborns at the medical center in pueblo did test positive for thc. there is one month's worth of data. close to one in three babies at the hospital tested positive for thc. not half. they rated the claims true. to see the full research visit abc15.com. that is a tragic ending to a hard breaking story. 23-month-old adam ago lar has died after -- aguilar has died. they filed child abuse charges. she got frustrated with the toddler when he was crying and refusing to eat. thee picked him up and threw him on the floor. we are watching this case very closely. we will let you know if there
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filed. >> new developments in the phoenix crash that pinned a pier of teens between two vehicles. they were pushing a car after it ran out of gas near cactus. they say the teens were hit from behind. this is the other driver. 54-year-old vint vaughan. his blood alcohol level three times the legal limit. he already has two extreme dui convictions on his record. he is charged with aggravated assault and endangerment. eight ye this is for a man plotting two terror attacks in two cities. >> he wanted to attack an office in mesa and buildings in tucson. he was arrested in july. the 18-year-old not saying a word in court and his family describing him as lost and confused. his dad also telling the court that he understands now. his words have serious consequences. >> please be on the lookout.
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missing man 86-year-old paula fever. this is va street and -- vallejo street and he doesn't know the area very well. he was heading to mesa. call police if you see him or if you night know where he is. more than two dozen oakland police officers accused of sexual exploitation and some explosive new information showing the majority of them will not face criminal charges. their accuser is the daughter of a a a prostitute. many of those happened when she was a minor. the district attorney now disputing the claim with a text message. >> according to her, all of those encounters are when she was over 18. >> authorities say the evidence also showing the acts were consensual and we know one retired police captain will face charges after admitting to paying the woman for sex. >> deputies in san diego won't
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shooting caught at a gas station. this shows officers fired shots at the man when he pulled a knife on them. his injuries nonlife threatening and later telling authority. he did want to die rather than going back to prison. he is facing six different charges. he is accused of leaving his own 2-year-old son to die in a hot suv and he sustained quiet. refusing to take the stand. wrapping up their side after calling an ibtd ter net expert to show show anything. he maintains his he forgot his son and facing life in prison if he is convicted. >> a sad story out of kansas this morning. 6-year-old little girl is dead and her little sister and mother in the hospital with critical injuries. >> they were all stabbed by the kids great uncle. >> 47-year-old hassan wright and they were found in a crashed minivan and the other
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he was booked on first degree murder. this is a bizarre incident outside of a mesa super 8 motel in gilbert. one man was stabbed outside of this place. they tell the crews on scene. the men got into a fight. moments before the stabbing, the victim jumped into an suv and took off. the man with the knife ran off and police were able to catch up with pot of them and arrested both of these guys and they are still working information from police. >> phoenix family say they captured him on surveillance video and made their way into the house. homeowner sent us this video saying they took several thousand dollars worth items and priceless things like the kid's baby teeth and daughter's earrings. >> call if you know about the case. deputy it is didn't have to go too far to find a suspect
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victims. more strange. he was their landlord. >> they knew him right off and knew his voice and stature. >> authorities say during the crime. he wore a ski mask and hoodie trying to conceal his identity. >> they forced his way into the trailer and demanded prescription pills. he told them to stay put. they got free and caught police. across the nation. new information coming out about the school bus crash in baltimore. the accident report now revealing the driver may have lost consciousness during a a crash two years ago. >> the driver was taking medication for seizures. the crash earlier this week left six people including that driver dead. >> just a tragedy this week and hopefully they can uncover new information in the investigation. turn the attention to the most accurate forecast. nick is doing a great job of
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finally feels like fall. well, things could tip back to the summary side. >> they are making my job pretty easy and you are right. we are maybe detecting a warm up. here is the accurate forecast. by the hour. >> i want to show you the hiking forecast. if you want to go at 7:00. >> 62 degrees. >> 69 by 9:00. then you want a sweatshirt or something. i feel weird saying that. it is getting to be that time of year. >> we have a warm upcoming our way. >> how high going to climb in a minutes. >> this is an own line retailer and which is really helping out. the answer may surprise you. >> we put it on toast and
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the free shipping. >> stephanie hockridge reporting. before you go and change your routine. what is important. costco is best if you want a lot of organic produce and this has a low tended fee and amazon is best for convenience. finally, a break. one they are calling a a medical mystery. kids are taken to the hospital and have a rare disorder. >> confirmed eight of those acute flaccid mile light tis and ruled out we are anxiously awaiting results on any pathogens that are negotiated. >> -- that are associated. >> they couldn't figure out what was wrong with them. affect it is their nervous systems and could cause weakness in limbs. they don't know the exact cause of it. >> we rely on the cars to get around. is yours making you sick. >> well, if you didn't know this, your car is a huge
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>> listen to this. new study is out. it is more than 2,000% dirtier than cellphones and dirtier than computer key boards. the worse spot is around the hand brake. >> found a test of 200 living bacteria per square inch including mrsa. >> parents, here is a reason to hold off on the salt. american kids are eating way too much of it. more than recommended. one in nine kid suffers from number is likely to rise. >> pizza and mccann food were listed it is the worse salty offenders. pretty tasty at times. haste sell nut spread loved by many could get changes. they want to change the of nut tell la. and -- nutella and it would reduce the calories of the this is a consumer survey showing how people eat nutellmuch a,
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14% use it on sandwiches. 8% on crackers and 3% on pancakes and others use it on other foods like fruit and ice cream. >> i hate to put you on the spot. you know the capped did i. ferrer roche is nutella inside that. >> yes. >> i think it is. >> any thatty think about it. >> no wonder they are so good. >> we are on to something. >> we will talk with accurate forecast. we are getting hungry. >> it is halloween. candy son the brain. now, we are into fall. >> first full weekend and into november. it is feeling pretty good out there and the morning temps. >> this is gorgeous weather and no one can argue with that. it is wonderful outside. >> it is so dark and only thing. it is not up until just before 7:00. >> you got to deal with that. >> 66 right now.
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that feels pretty good and might feel chilly to you outside. >> this is for periods of time. >> maybe a light jacket or sweatshirt. >> you might not. >> wind out of the south, south east right now. >> here is currents across the rets of the state. >> 43 in flagstaff and it looks like the stations are not reading right now. >> page in the grabbed canyon are in the low 40s and western arizona. along the california border. mostly in the 50s. and i apologize for the matt being hipg can i. >> we will talk about the most accurate forecast. >> this is going to help you plan your day. >> stay in the 60s the until 10 or 11:00. we reach in the low 70s. this is a gorgeous morning. >> tom thumb. southbound. all those places are very
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>> 79 by 1:00. then we get to 81 degrees. then we will coast down. >> this is the free mobile app and abcrch 15 too. >> you want to take us on the hike with you. >> look at clouds and radar. >> not even seeing clouds in our midst and to the north of us. sometimes we do in the pocket of the state and get more ak tit. >> it is not anything. nice and dry out there. show you the future cast right now. pretty much the same not releasing any clouds or precipitation. and infiltrate the state and parts of northeastern arizona and could see a shower tomorrow. >> for the most part we are going to stay nice and dry. air quality is pretty good. we will be in the good to moderate range today. because of particulates and you may remember. we had the blowing dust advisory and just keep that in mind. >> not anticipating any dust
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residual dusk. and that is why it has picked up and looks not so bad. peek 6s and 7s. everybody burn time sls seven minutes or less. the it comes in handy. here is high in the east valley. it is promised in scottsdale and paradise valley. you get to 81 degrees. 81 in tempe and 81-degrees in chandler. we take a quick look at the west valley. and # three in surprise and up in wickenburg and litchfield park in avondale. overnight lows in the 60s. this is the most accurate seven-day forecast. we get to 84 degrees tomorrow. lots of sunshine. gorgeous day. no complaints and nobody would be. this is gorgeous. >> 87 for monday. and 88 on tuesday. so. they said it is going to get warmer and the breezes kick up and the rest of the week.
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63 degrees. temperatures continue to drop and just to let you know. allison did research. the ferrer roche, ises very similar and owned by the same company. we were on to something. >> answering the tough questions. >> just in case, you were going to be kept up at night with the burning question. >> meryl streep is one of the most famous faces and the award winning movie star is gettin new trophy. see if she has room for it. it is the cecil b demill award. and she has won eight golden globe consist and 29 mom nations. >> one of my favorite leading ladies. >> it has been 50 years since the release of guess who is coming to the dinner. the leading star, is a legend.
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and with the film critics association award which is happening in december. well, if you want to get out on the town. there are plenty of things to do. >> this is all they have to offer and downtown phoenix festival. live music. dancing and a children's activity area. check out the basketball and this is the greatest play day and fun event also raising money for a family in need. this is volunteering will plant trees and pick up trash around town. >> hit the ground running and it is a salute to them. >> it is happening in gateway park. >> this is all the culture they have to offer and this is an island cultural offering and traditional dances and food-eating contests. >> we will take one last look at the accurate seven-day forecast. we will warm up very nicely throughout the day and it is today's high.
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warming up to 84. mostly sunny. monday and tuesday. it warms up more and trying to dip back down to where we should be this time of year. >> coming up at six. it could impact voters right here. focusing on what is called ballot harvesting and the supreme court will have the final say. >> plus all new at six. hoa horrors. one community taking action against the bills and crazy power trips.
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. all right. it is 6:00 on the nose and good morning, everybody. thanks for waking up with us. i am nick ciletti. i am allison rodriguez. and the investigation is taking police into the heart of the serial shooter's territory. change the way your ballot is collected. could be more knocks on the door come election day. >> final alert as we syphon the gas. fifteen dollars fix that could keep you from running empty and becoming a victim had this. >> talk about the most accurate forecast on this saturday morning. so happy you are waking up with us here. nick, doing a great job of tracking that for us. >> everyone is in a better mood because you can wear sweaters.
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you dial down the heat and take it back. >> the electric bills are going down. >> yes. >> that does wonders for the human spirit. >> live look outside. this is another vantage point of downtown. this is 6:01 and 62 in mesa and glendale and down to 61 in litchfield park. this is the most accurate forecast for you. by the hour. here is the thing, guys. we will stay in the 60s. into the 70s. by noon, we are at 81 degrees. dipping down into the 70s by dinner time and we will enjoy it now. s a little bit warmer later on this week. i will break down all the details for you in the most accurate seven-day forecast. >> breaking overnight. it is in serious condition after the bad crash and the theater of the. >> they are saying it is going eastbound when it t boned the
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of him. the driver of the white car was taken into custody as they looked into alcohol as a possible factor in the crash. >> this is i-10 near ray road. a trooper was investigating a serious crash on the ramp. when the trooper's vehicle was clipped by another car. the damage is minimal and we are not sure if the driver is going to face any charges. however, the driver from the initial crash was taken to the hospital. >> fire crews spent part of their morning spent this ti getting this under control. >> it started in the kitchen of the little cease sear's. it is off baseline and no one was inside at the time. and no damage to any other businesses. >> homicide detectives working late into the morning after a man is left to watch his uncle die right in front of him. both of them shot in the middle of the street and it is right at the heart of the serial shooter zone. >> the senior 64th avenue in van buren and the uncle died.
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and telling police. that four suspects drove off in a car together. no motive for the shooting. they did mention the serial shooting of and they heard some sort of conversation going on. before the shooting bee talked with neighbors who are left to worry about the victim's family. >> it is not safe for my kids. >> and it is in the house. don't go out and you might get shoot, you know. and life is risky. so we got to be you know. >> police it not release the ages of owe those victims. >> that in the area where the serial street shooter has murder you had had seven people. no indication it is connected and police want this guy caught and they are still offering the $75,000 reward allison. >> right now. it is a meeting and take a look at this picture here. >> it is the subject of a silver alert.
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driving his red cadillac down vallejo street and we are told he just got in from missouri. he doesn't know the area very well and headed to mesa. >> in just three days. we will know who the next president is going to be. it could be a key factor this in this this. >> naming this. north carolina and florida. and the other two. you just have to look at all the political visits we have been receiving to understand more are coming to, as dr. ben car son comes to the valley today to rally votes for donald trump. he is speaking at the gop headquarters in phoenix. >> not to be outdone. bernie sanders is being brought to phoenix tomorrow. he will rally behind hillary clinton's vision for the economy. >> this is all happening at central high school in phoenix. >> doors open for this. and they would like you to rsvp to this events.
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continuing this morning. focused on so-called ballot harvesting. >> this could mean a big change for voters. >> days away from the election, to too. >> breaking down this case. >> megan, can you explain all of this to us. >> it is a little confusing. and these are all the skort documents. that are laying all of this out. >> they made it a felony for anyone to come to the door and collect the ballot for you. >> that is headed to supreme court. >> just yesterday, the ninth court of appeals. banned that law and both parties now will be able to come to your door and collect the early mail-in ballots for you. >> they took action. >> asking the them to hold off days before the election. just as kennedy asked about the democrats and reply to that 57 peel this morning. >> we can see whether they will stay or know go.
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this awhile back. >> it hurt minority voters and the law was written to suppress voters. back in september. they ruled the request could not be proven. after appeals. it is in the hands of the supreme court. >> today, they may take advantage of this while they can and wait for the supreme court decision. we are waiting for that and bring it to you as soon as it comes in. >> expected to come down at any second. >> thank you. >> if you thought they were done waiting in long lines. think with. >> look at th >> people waiting for hours. >> this is chandler city hall and long lines, too. at the tell me library. >> they waited two to four hours to cat their ballots. >> big question is why the long wait. > >> have a lot of little polling booths open. >> clearly, because they staffed. i think i counted. four people at computers. and then they had two printers.
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we reached out to election officials. they don't expect these type of problems on election day. >> there will be more sites open and working out there too. >> they do mean they are vote something early mcdowell record numbers. >> secretary of state's office said 67% of leaky voter it is have cast their ballots. >> this is just under 34% democrat and 26% inside pepts. >> women headaching up votes kazuo far. >> this is the investigation of a chained women in a storage can i pleaser continues this morning. digging is happening on the property of an arizona man charged in her kidnapping. during todd's first court appearance. he had a violent past and preoccupied with sexual kept from an early age. he lured her and her boyfriend to the home for a cleaning job. she saw him shoot and kill hever boyfriend. they found one body and believe
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buried on the same property. >> he is a registered sex offender. convicted of a kidnapping here as a teenager. >> this is the scariest of his life. >> piecing this one together. a man leaves his home for a couple of minutes. when he comes back. they are inside and trying to take his stuff. wasn't about to let that happen. the man shot one of the teens in the back before they both ran away. >> she lives down the street and is happened there. you are not safe in your own house. >> they could all face charges. depending on what evidence is gathered there. >> scottsdale bless need your help with the man who tried to rob a bank. he walked into the wells fargo there near scottsdale and mcdowell. >> she demanded cash.
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>> some of them passed away and if the details are accurate. >> we were flat out lied to. >> show told us she is innocent of animal cruelty. they have a video of a neighbor showing the dogs killing each other in that backyard. just an alarming to hear the details. crime alert at a central phoenix. this is what we are starting to see more the gas siphoning. we reported this happened two weeks ago. they are stealing gas overnight and near central and indian school. >> this is an inexpensive year. and you can buy a gas cap that has a special lock on it and you an of avoid being a victim all together. >> this is what we saw two years ago. >> still. hard-earned money. >> talk about the most accurate forecast. >> nick assist tracking that
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we earned these temperatures. it is cool err in the morning and dealing with. almost 100. it did reach 100 last week. >> we put in the blood sweat and tears. and especially the sweat and tears. >> especially that part. >> we will talk about this. and looks like we will be sunny and dry today. warming back up though. over the next few days. when the winds were turned. and i will have more details on this wrinkle in the seven idea >> still to come. >> this is potentially saving lives in arizona of the and how it can save you by the time you are pulled over by police.
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windows of the if he flashes lights at you. it is a way to take action as are result of traffic stops that have turned deadly much they talk about guns and what to do you have one. they deep passing stickers out. >> finally a break in a medical mystery. they say most of the kids were taken to a seattle hospital and have a very rare disorder. >> confirmed eight those cases as ak cute flaccid mile light tis and ruled out one cases. we are anxious hi awaiting results with path they begins -- pathogens. >> first, they couldn't figure out what was wrong with all of them. this affects the nervous system and cause weakness in limbs and medical professionals don't know what causes it. >> 6:13 a new app mean as new warning to keep a close eye on the kids the and so predators don't. medically allows them to show
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skills and the commenting and messaging features could make them prime targets for viewers with bad intentions. they recommend making it private and limiting a child's contacts to help with the security element. we want to warn you about a new synthetic drunk. called pink. it is being blamed for the death of two teens. they ordered it on line from china. it can be as cheap as 40 bucks morphine. dea has filed paperwork to ban the drug and that process is ongoing. fcc warning seniors about samers that are pretending to be officers. and they pretend to be with the irs and fbi and a loved one is caught texting or saying they owe back taxes. contact the gift card company and alert local police right
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believes it has the recipe to fund the future. >> it started out. mission possible cookies. this is a recovery program running a cookie business and selling locally and online. >> this is to teach them vocational and leadership skills. the mission. also offers catering services. it is a opportunity that rachael said saved her life after she spebility years on the street. >> db-spent years on the street. >> you get what you put it. it is not graded. no one is behind you that is going to push you. you will push yourself as much. >> driving cookie business. a ceat terring operation and a restaurant. it is a win, win, win for all of society. >> now, they have name it is like changing life t and chocolate chip and transformation trio. there is a link on the website if you would like to order and help them out. >> busy holiday travel season gets underway. they have a new honor. >> travel website.
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country. >> the points guide said sky harbor ranks near the high of all categories and few ter delays and convenience. and amenities. portland, san diego, and salt lake city. also ranked near the top. >> i think our airport is pretty nice. apparently not all rosey at sky harbor. the largest airline can be cutting hundreds of jobs. the business journal reporting american airlines is going to cut 500 pilots in the next year based here in phoenix. it comes three years after the merger of u.s. airways and american. 500 pilots will move or commute to other hubs. american is cutting jobs. delta making upgrades. unveiling a new economy class seat for the passengers. it is delta premium and class of seats in between economy and business class. now, you will have seven more inches of additional leg room
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passengers will receive a beverage. a premium blanket and noise canceling headphones. the new seats will be available next year. >> we have a big travel alert for drivers on it. >> you will see i-10 eastbound shut down from the i-17 stack until route 51. this is friday night until 5:00 p.m. until saturday morning at 9:00 a.m. they will switch the direction here and do the west bounds that is from the i-17 sleet until you hit 17 rtd avenue and 9:00 p.m. on saturday. until 9:00 a.m. on sunday. to get around both the closures. north or southbound can help you with the congestion and the closure you will see there. out in the eastbound. and shut down in the westbound direction from mccowell to gilbert road. this is friday night until monday morning at 5:00 a.m. you will see the portion of the freeway closed and best option
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help you get around the closure. couple of other projects out in the west valley and even grand avenue. head to abc 15.com tore all the details. all right. thank you. for keeping an eye on the roads for us. rewe appreciate it. happy you are waking up with us and first, i wanted to give a shout out to david and shannon carol. david, as an officer with tell me police. stopped me during the week and wanted to say hello and nice and kind and appreciative we wanted to say hi and hello to the baby girl. >> new parents. hopefully they are getting sleep. he didn't stop you for anything. >> no. >> what were you doing. >> i was covering a story. he happen to be there. >> i wasn't speeding. i swear. officer. >> obeying all the rules of the road. >> all right. >> keeping track of that most accurate forecast. >> this is the headlines this morning. we will get to the real story. i will have to call the officer
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look at abc 15. nice and quiet. this is the contrast with the storms popping up not only here in the valley but the high country. 66 degrees is the sky harbor and it feels good. if you want to, maybe put on a jacket. something like that. not too long. remember, south, southeast and this is the quick look at currents across rest of the valley. good morning, tell me and 62 in mesa and in levine and 62 in goodyear and 61 in peoria. so for the most part. a lot of us in the 60s. only place right now waking up in the 50s. most accurate forecast for you. this is how the day will stack up and stay in 60 for a good chunk of the morning. this is all the way up to 77 degrees. >> hiking at noon and go for a jog. >> lunch outside. >> maybe golfing.
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>> by 4:00. we will be at 80 degrees coming off the high today of 82. picture perfect weather throughout the valley. does today's temperature stack up to the average. today, this is what we are seeing and we are still above average and not by much. 82 is the he and 81 is the average and # zero for sunday and monday. we could get up to 87-degrees and even warmer weather coming after that. so, we will enjoy the cooler mp we will look at desert top doppler and -- desert doppler and still looks pretty clear. maybe pop up showers later on today in parts of northeastern arizona and this continues to go and you see nice clearing there. and some residual rain into the pacific northwest and we are looking really good. they will be medium and not so bad if you are headed out to the high country. and 56 in flagstaff. and great weather for you to go
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leaves. >> tomorrow's high. we get to 47 on monday and then up to 88 on tuesday. >> working more breezes as it works its way. and no rain out of this. and we are picks he can'ting it to download the free mobile app and get to 84 on thursday. friday. we get to 85. and next weekend, it is looking pretty a.m. maying. looking at the highs in the west valley and this is coming up in a just >> nick, thank you. new scrutiny for the potential new first lady. what melania work's trump history is in question. >> this is the abc 15 studio this morning.
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. you brought a special friend with you today. >> i did. she is a white tiger cub. she is only two months old and she is small. she is on formula and tigers are the largest cats in the world and males can get over 600 pounds. >> yes. >> that is incredible. how much do they weigh when they are born. >> they are tiny. >> they are so cute and grow quick.
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and guesses want to -- guestwant to keep that in mind. we are having cub-a palooza. and we have a nursery full. and we have a leopard cub. you will want to come see them quickly. >> nothing to do with the world series cubs. >> want to clarify that. where would you typically find one like her. endangered. found in asia. they ranged all in asia and however, thousand, they're habitat is reduced by 90%. >> as well as being hunted and collected for the illegal pet trade. >> that number is staggering. >> it is. >> it is really awful. >> there is only 3,000 left and out the 3,000. only about a thousand to 1500 can reproduce and both parents have to possess the recessive
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wild decreases by the day. >> so, what can people do and if that number speaks to them. what are the things they can do. >> can they do anything. >> they are such goodambassadors. it inspires them to help them out and find organizations that are out there helping the tigers in the wild. and they are actually on the front lines doing the work. >> so cute. >> she is. and beautiful blew eyes. >> this is 30 seconds you are doing a special naming contest tore her. >> we are. >> go to the facebook page. we have some thames chosen already and the people who choose some of the final names. come out. and gets a family of four annual membership. >> that is a great deal. >> that is incredible. >> i know. and she is so old. >> she likes that.
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the tiger's version of the purr. >> learning so much. >> you guys want to learn more, too. head over to the zoo. so many educational pieces and fun animals to see as well. >> open. 365 days a year. every single day. all the information right there on the screen. thank you for being here. >> we appreciate it. >> can't wait to see what the name is. >> throw some names in there. >> i will think of them. >> we will talk about what is still to come next on abc 15. we are talkin presidential race and whether you are going to more political heavyweights. heading to the valley. who is getting your vote. >> they want both of them. . >> there is a washing machine recall coming up. the warning you need to know
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. they say it is a life saving treatment and they are teared of paying and how it could change the future of marijuana in our state. > >> not stopping them from coming to the valley today and who you can see coming up. >> group of homeowners fighting
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investigation into sky high and fell on deaf ears. >> i don't know if you stepped outside yet. >> have you turned up your ac on overnight. >> i have the other windows open. maybe early in the morning. it feels cool. it is a nice change. >> got to get it in and we will keep open for quite awhile. in tell me and -- in tell me and six -- in tempe and the most accurate forecast. staying in the 60s for a good chunk of the morning. if you are headed out right now. jacket or sweatshirt. depending on what you are doing. this is midmorning and some places will reach the low 80s by this afternoon. there is a warm upcoming your way. i will have all the details coming up in just a little pit. >> meantime want to get to this. >> wrong way driver in custody right now.
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on on a chase. >> how all of this unfolded. we know gpscht is involved in the investigation and taken into custody near fourth avenue and washington. >> still working to see if police are looking at alcohol and drugs is a factor. her hoping they will sway the state their way. >> joining us live from republican headquarters with another push for donald trump. >> it is a big one. and this weekend. it is rivals. that will become allies of the presidential candidates. and lapping behind the republican party headquarters. with dr. ben carson. he was formally gunning for donald trump's spot in the
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campaigning for him. alongside hary fallon and rallying up volunteers and talking to people today and encourage them to cast a ballot in favor of donald trump. >> there are two chances for you to see it today. one is here at the republican ahead quartersen a the address is on the sweep. >> that is happening from 225 until three. and they will head to the victory office and also on the spring and going from 3:25 until four. tell you about his push and coming to our state tomorrow at central high school. this is the second time he has come to our state as a right hander for clinton and pushing for tucson and flagstaff. and this has been a whirl wind and we haven't seep this much attention. because we have this. and because it is so close, we are seeing the people come our way and it will continue.
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>> just a few days away, too. >> they hit them and donald trump and hillary clinton. they are both focused on florida today. they will campaign there. and president obama makes an appearance in the sunshine state tomorrow. trump has a slight lead over clinton there. >> melania trump waking up to new controversy and helping her husband this week. they report the service from the associate sd press. claiming the former model was working in the u.s. got legal permission. she was paid for 10 modeling jobs totaling $10,000. that is before the work visa was approved and arrived in the country legally and never violated the terms of her immigration status. she is accused for a second time of pledge riezing a -- pledge riezing a speech. >> if you could dream it. you could become it. >> those roves made yesterday
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exact words from a marla maples interview. that was his second wife and mother to daughter tiffany. >> this is during her speech at the rnc back in july. >> fear growing this morning about an al-qaida terror plot in the works. targeting new york. texas and virginia. and so far, the threat have been pretty generic. >> we are accessing the credibility of it. we are geared up to time. >> they are also attempting thak it is on the registration systems. one of which is lunged to rush that. >> not specifically named and dr. doug deucey's office did say. emergency management team is prepared. >> newborn credible threat exists in the city right now. >> they say they are looking closely at the terror threats
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>> they are identified. our analysts as well as agents will look through everything we have and make sure they are safe. >> there is absolutely no reason for people to stay away from the polls come election day. >> supreme court could get an involved in an arizona case dealing with ballot collection. the court could decide as early as today. as a mart of fact, the decision could come very soon. they will decide if they will take up appeal on the block. and ballot harvesting law. it makes it groups to go door to door to collect early ballots and deliver them to the polling sites. >> this would hinder men ority voters if they don't keep up with this. and the they blocked the awe law. and hoping the supreme court rules. and a decision could come any minute. >> keep you supposed. when that decision comes. >> he admitted to voter introduced fraud. >> thousand he is facing dell
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still, he checked that box any way and used his driver's license number successfully to register to vote. >> this is pointing out the loophole which we broke down for you earlier in the week. with the county recorder's response. >> a lawsuit filed against the state and trying to bring down the cost of the marijuana medical cards. this grat granddaughter depend on the drug. she pays. five hundre for her card and caregiver card. >> this is for department of health services to lower the prices. >> nobody should have to make the choice of save something money for a car or their child's life. no one should have to. >> the lawsuit wants the state to repay patients who have been paying into the state fund for years. so far no comment from the governor's office. >> they legalize recreational
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and waking up to prompt 205 was barely defeated. >> don't forget to vote on tuesday. >> it won by 4,000 votes back in 2010. >> they are testing positive for marijuana. >> is it true. >> steve irvin takes steps to fact check the claim. this is for responsible drunk policy. points to colorado as a measuring stick. if this passes legalizing recreational marijuana here. > >> 50% of newborns tested had marijuana in their system. >> they but this true a truth check and found that half the newborns did test positive tore thcrsm. that is one months' worth of data. overall since 2015. cross to one in three babies tested positive for thc.
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claim. and to see the full research. visit us at abc15.com. think you know the guy. they captured him on surveillance video. >> before he made his way in the house. >> this is sawing the crook took several thousands worth of stuff and kids babe pay teeth and daughter's earrings. call if you know anything about this. joe arpaio allegations. he broke up a s.w.a.t. team unit despite high demand for them. >> handling dangerous jail inmates. he sthut down account team and there was a rise in inmate attacks from guards. >> this is the result of budget cuts. due to the skyrocketing legal costs. over the profiling case. >> top al-qaida leader was killed and pentagon officials
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and say far rook planned attacks against the u.s. >> it is balal and he is another leader. they are waiting to confirm is what another airstrike killed him. another officer killed in new york. >> authorities say a sergeant was shot and killed after exchanging gunfire with the sub. >> these officers stopped a car and that is when the s opened fire. >> and today, homeowners in buckeye. hot over water bills. they are come willing together to sue the city. they are upset about the sky high spike in water bills. they were making their voices heard. >> get this: a thousand. and even $2,000 in some of the cases. >> peem telling us. >> they have turned off the strippinglers. >> stop felling up the pools. >> city of buckeye are going to
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bills. and they will discuss a class action lawsuit. it is posted right there on the screen. we hear the horror stories all the time. about the surprise bills in the mail and surrounding hoas the they have had enough and they have one lawmaker on their side. he agreed to moat monthly with the group. they are already looking at introducing new bills and cracking down on hoas next year. >> frightening re before you do any lawbdz dry. samsung calling back top loading washing machines. they could explode. >> they have been hurt after the tops blew off and the recall effects 34 different samsung different mode models. and we put a link for the recall and so, you can see all the washers have have been impacted.
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go out for a hike. all the mountains will be crowded. >> 62 by 7:00. it looks like 59 be9:00. great morning to go hiking. and i will tell you by how much in a minutes. >> maybe the weather has you wanting to take the hog out on
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. he i know ely is like, where are the friends at. who mute he be good for. he has a lot of nrk. >> active family. play with him. take him running. he would love he has been wanting to run all morning. just, people are going to be active and get him out and exercised. he is a smuggle bug and he is not a couch potato. he is so sweet and he lit up. and wanted to jump around and say hi to everybody and give lots of kisses and thing. he is a sweetheart and he does have a lot of energy and he is strong. you did mention. this is incredible.
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something that someone did. they were able to waive the fees. >> pet smart charities is sponsoring 23 pit bulls and waiving their fees owe they can help us fine these guys homes and he deserves a home. >> you are so sweet. >> he is so sweet. giving me kisses. where is he going to be available today. maybe shelter. >> main location at 27th avenue. we have the information for you. we have the number up too. and find actually that number on line and abc 15.com. they have a lot of animals. not just dogs. we have cats looking for homes. >> give them a call and see if they have a specific animal you are looking for and he is. he is going to be at the main shelter. >> check him out. he needs rah good home and we appreciate everything you do here in the valley. we appreciate it. >> we will get a check of the most accurate forecast with
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>> ely likes you and wants to go home with you. >> maybe, he has a brother there. we will have to see that. >> great little doggy combo there and good morning. holding steady at 66 degrees right now at phoenix sky harbor. little bit overcast and humanity is at -- humid is at six tsh did humid is at -- humidity is at 0%. we see, it is 50 50 in globe and in gila bend and in the colorado live valley. most accurate forecast for you. we try to watch the temperatures climb a little bit. we will stealing gas in the 60s and then we get to 75 by 11:00 then we are at 79. then into the 80s and into the low 80s. right about where we should be this time of year.
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and that could change in a little bit. we will show you cloud and raid car. not picking up on anything. it is sticking with us and morph into future cast. >> yes. note popping up with anything. >> no clouds or thinking. nice and quiet for us over the next several days. air quality not so bad. we will be in the good to moderate rank. we will see an uptick in the particularates and that is -- part particular laves and -- particulates and 81 in scottsdale and ahwatukee and in chandler. and 78 cooler today in cave creek. we look at the west valley. 80 in wickenburg and 80 in goodyear and anthealthcare reform em and 82 in glendale for the high. >> # 4 degrees for the sunday. we up it to 87 on monday. then up to 88 for tuesday.
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wednesday, we get to 85. after that, smooth sail something in the low to mid-80s and temperatures this weekend are just going to be amazing.
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it is time for college football. all right. the weather cooperating and it is time to get out there and enjoy all the events we have across the valley and specifically the one. the harvest festival in downtown chandler today. we love this. >> bring in our friends eric and jason from the international truck of tacos and they will tell us what they are cooking up today. what does this event mean to you guys. basically, it is us. more and like end fall. and harvest time. just getting out and it is a her vest fest and downtown chandler and main headline is tribl seeds and they are performing live, check us out. any of the great vendors and all the fun games. throw back games and corn
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and. >> other thing i would mention is not just adults. even though there is going to be beer. adult benches -- adult beverages and if you do bring a nonperishable food item. eight dollars and that is donated to the iupe nighted food bank. it is a good cause as well. >> great way to take action. talk about this. we want to hear about the grub. >> from what anybody else does. >> that puts us out there. this is a korean kick. wasabi and very spicy. >> this is akin to a cuban. and it has pickled oranges. believe it or not. pickled oranges. we won number 1 at the taco fest. this is the blackened shrimp.
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favorites for the vegetarians. roasted sweet potatoes. butternut squash and with ahi. and rosed corn. >> and -- rosed corn. >> -roasted corner and it starts at four. four to 11. today mcdowell downtown chabdler. check out the website. harvest fest.com. great event. we are excited for it and it is going to be awesome. >> find us on facebook. internationatr and first 100 people show us that they are following us. get a free taco. >> that is amazing. >> you got to do that. and get free grub and get in there and bring mcdowell nonperishable food item and they had it. >> last look of the forecast. >> thank you so much. we appreciate it. this is the most accurate forecast. today's high in phoenix and we will see 82-degree it is where we shib this time of year. lots of sunshine and it starts to warm up.
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into the upper 80s after that
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