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>> several breaking stories. hospital in california. mark mcclune is live in san diego with the latest. police investigating a deadly shooting. in the west valley a little girl is fighting for her life after she was hit by a police cruiser. >> this happened near bethany home road. jeff?
details tonight. we know this young girl is 3 years old. she is right now in the hands of doctors who are trying to stabilize her. the hymie there is an active scene. we know francine investigators are here and they off a large area. some of the new information is the young girl went out to get ice cream. she came around the front end of the truck. after she got her ice cream and she was k who was driving by. apparently the officer was in the area for an animal disturbance call. unfortunately that officer did hit the young child. that is when came on the scene. they try to stabilize the young girl. here's what they have to say. >> we have a fight -- child critically injured in the road. we don't want to waste any time on the scene, get the child back to the ambulance and start
she suffered a massive head injury. extremely critical condition. our folks did a fantastic job managing the airway and health of that child all the way into phoenix children's hospital. >> reporter: police are saying that young girl is in very critical condition. she is in the hands of doctors who are trying to stabilize her. as for the young child, why she was able to -- out in the road, is been nearby. back to you. police are investigating a deadly shooting in tempe. they found a victim in extremely critical condition in the alleyway. he later died. is firefighters treating the man the suspect walked up to them and told them he was the shooter. that is when he was the officers. the suspect was getting ready for work when the victim approached them and there was a
pass them on to you. not to san diego where cardinals had coach bruce arians is resting in hospital after suffering from severe stomach pain. >> mark mcclune is live in san diego. he joins us live now. >> reporter: it was quite a scare for the cardinals. we were able to talk to players as they left the field at a joint practice with the san diego chargers. they're goin preseason game on friday and they took the field tonight around 6 pm local time. word roque around 6:10 about bruce irion's condition. he was taken to -- bruce arians edition. we waited for word on his condition. we got an update from the pr staff later tonight that he has undergone tests and will spend the night in the hospital. his condition will be reevaluated in the morning. should get an update in the morning. the cardinals will meet the
over the loudspeaker and he got a huge ovation. afterwards cardinal players shared what they knew about their head coaches condition. >> we will ge sports coming up. we had to talk to a number of cardinal players who basically said that they heard he is doing better tonight and feeling better. dave johnson telling us it was some sort of infection. definitely everyone's though cardinals are going to meet the media tomorrow morning at 11 am and we should get an update at some point time and we will have live reports all day. >> once again live from san diego. thousands of people in pinal county to turn for health insurance next year. >> there are no companies lined up to offer coverage to the affordable care act market
>> it's the 1st case of its kind anywhere in the country. >> reporter: nearly 10,000 people in pinal county are getting their health insurance through the affordable care act or obamacare marketplace. community health centers like this one worry if there are no other options, many of their patients might be priced out of insurance. this center tells me many of their patients with marketplace coverage are blue-collar workers at small businesses that don't offer employee coverage. big reason is price. in pinal county 80% of the people with marketplace coverage mollify a subsidy. on average $230 per month. without the subsidy other insurance just isn't an option. >> you will see about 10,000 people who are not going to have access to care, doctors and prescriptions. >> there is no doubt because of
states and counties that will face the same dilea. >> reporter: this came to a head today when canals last- place market insurer, aetna, said it's pulling out of arizona and other states. there is still a chance another company could swoop in and offer exchange coverage here. but the deadline is in one week. tonight we have learned investigators believe there was some sort of drug activity inside this home where a 3-year- old top it was killed. child's own brother, 16-yeald is accused of stabbing him. today sheriff joe arpaio say they found drug paraphernalia at the scene. >> we will look into this. but when you look at the paraphernalia, the scale, the envelopes, you get an idea that sales could be occurring.
murder charges and is currently being charged as an adult. a for police at a community meeting about a serial killer. lease say this man has killed 7 people and injured more. >> reporter: the meeting taking place inside this precinct, police want to remind people the shooter has taken aim at the side of town also. >> the person looks similar to this. >> reporter: phoenix police reaching out hoping they can help detectives catch the serial shooter. tonight's community meeting taking place in the mountain view precinct which covers east phoenix where 3 of the 9 shootings happened. the others happened in the maryvale area. >> i felt it was good to have it in this area because the last one was for blocks for my home. we're trying to be careful. >> reporter: neighbors asking
possibly driving a bmw or something else. using the same weapon citywide. why is still a mystery. >> all possibilities are open. >> reporter: there wasn't much in the way of new information, that didn't seem to bother the people we talked to. they hope the shooter does us all a favor. >> i hope the trip themselves up and run a red light or get caught. community meeting held by police. a couple of the victims family members were in attendance. >> so far the serial killer case hasn't widespread concern. especially when compared to other cases like the baseline killer. today we talked to a forensic psychiatrist who is surprised by the lack of reaction from most valley residents.
this type of the heavier are hiding in plain sight. it seems odd we had this kind of , relatively speaking, relatively minimal response. we have a serial killer operating in the community. >> he went on to say the general public may be becoming desensitized to horrific acts of violence. out of california, this wildfire has basically exploded in acreage. these wide images our way back from the fire lines. over 80,000 people are being told to evacuate. this is near the pastor san diego. a close-up look of the developing fire. it started this morning and has burned 1500 acres. at one point the flames were so high fire crews had to take over. we could use some rainfall here across the valley. and also in california you can see with the valley pinpoint
northern few thinks -- phoenix. right along i-17. up toward bell road pushing into the northern part of the valley. it along the 101. showers to the west of us pushing ever closer to buckeye. another big story weatherwise, take a look, a high of 111. it is still warm. temperature winds are light out of the southeast at 3 miles per hour. if you follow the numbers, 30 days now with temperatures above 110. just 3 days shy of the all-time record set in 2011. not a record we want to hit. tomorrow morning we will stop around 7:30, make sure you tune in. a few clouds in the forecast. in the afternoon another round
through flagstaff and the long the rim. we will continue to see that trend through thursday. here is the 7 day. 108 on wednesday. chance of showers on thursday. friday a high of 104. right now comfortable the pictures below average. 103 on saturday with clear skies. as promised, we gave you everything you didn't know -- need to know in 10 minutes. >> it looks like rain sleet and snow does not apply to the postal worker you see here. never want to leave your house?
you see the postal worker pulling up, opening up the lid and throwing away hundreds of an open letters. the postal service is not commenting on the video but did send special investigators out. younger women coming up have an idea and an expectation that it is equal. and until they hit a bump, they don't realize that it isn't equal. >> gender discrimination at the ceo level. >> a study find females at the pinnacle of their career still deal with bullying. >> what happened to the censorship? >> we are making a big difference. >> reporter: for managing a bookstore to being an executive assistant, she worked her way up to ceo of arizona women's
>> the idea is that people feel female ceos are not as capable. it so apparent. >> reporter: it has not come without challenges. >> i was sexually harassed. have been underpaid almost all my life. >> reporter: she is not surprised that a new asu study show female ceos get bullied by shareholders much more than male ceos do. >> issue strong and capable enough? she smarting and caring enough next >> reporter: let's say in this boardroom there are 6 male and 6 female ceos. according to this study the mail ceos have 0% chance of getting a pushback from shareholders. but the females will. she says there is a solution. not to gender discrimination but to shareholder bullying. it starts with the word she.
removes all of its female language from the press releases to get close to the base. >> reporter: she says there is hope because younger generations continue to fight for a seat at the table. >> they are changing the world and i don't see that going away. a health scare for a passenger going from phoenix to philadelphia. emts work called out after the woman had sympto overheating. the flight was supposed to leave at 2: because of weather in the northeast, it sat on the tarmac for over one hour. we're told the woman is okay and refused treatment. we have answers for you on what your rights are and you are stuck on a delayed flight. faa rules allow planes to sit idle on the tarmac for no more than 3 hours before heading back to the gate.
without time restrictions if the pilot believes passenger safety is at risk or air traffic control thinks deplaning would disrupt airport operation. it's like moving from a flip phone to a car phone. in terms of airplanes. >> some of the 1st pilots are weighing in on camera on what it's like to fly these. these were above our skies daily out of the air force base. these pilots are from virginia. they are taking off from carriers. they got the qualifications on the carriers for the multi- purpose fighter. one of the upgrades is the pilot helmet. right inside the cockpit. it is a virtual reality headset giving pilots a 360 degree view from all around the surroundings. air force base, the nation's training center for these pilots.
they hope to make a bigger one in the next 2 years. the university in west phoenix plans on building 10 new sports facilities in the next 2 years. some of the projects include a baseball stadium, softball stadium, and beach volleyball court. the borrow -- tomorrow the county supervisors will vote on chase field. they will decide whether to accept an offer and sell the stadium for $60 million. more than $200 million to help build the stadium. the county and the diamondbacks have been at odds over renovations to the ballpark. tonight a valley company has come up with an answer to keep you from running out of your bathroom supplies. >> how many times have you run to the store in the middle of the night because you have run out of toothpaste or deodorant? the essentials? now the bathroom sink will save you the trip.
a local online subscription service that runs to the store for you. the founders came up with the idea looking for a better way to make sure you never run of your favorite bathroom items. for $3 per month, they will refill your toiletries like a prescription. >> our algorithm predicts when you as a user will need a refill. we reach out to you a few days before you need that refill, you approve it, the sale goes to amazon and they ship it to will use? bathroom sink has been in the testing phase for the last 18 months. talk tech. ford says it will have self driving cars ready to provide ridesharing services by 2021. the automaker is also investing $75 million in a laser company that makes sensors for autonomous cars. ford ceo says the next decade
of vehicles. a phoenix police officer rescued a dog from a valley canal. >> this australian shepherd mix is waterlogged and ex after falling into a phoenix canal. a police officer saw her struggling and called emergency animal vet techs to help pull the puppy out. just that she was going under. >> they used a catchpole to grab her before she completely passed out from exhaustion. >> she is still pretty tired. she's expected to make a full recovery. she does not have a microchip. if an owner does not come forward her. if you have not seen our new morning show, it's completely revamped. >> i have been there every morning, even last night after the guns n' roses concert.
will tran 5 make it at 4:30? here's a look at the doppler radar. let's zoom in closer. we see the rainfall just north of i-70. there's cactus. there is parts of the valley. starting to move along the 51. and showers along the 101. up in the north valley. isolated storms in the forecast tomorrow. 86 tomorrow morning. the high tomorrow 3 degrees above average. close to 110. a high of 108. good evening from san diego. the arizona cardinals are training camp. we 2 of the preseason. tonight a joint practice between the 2 teams. it started on a somber note. word as the cardinals took the field head coach was aryans was taken to a local hospital spiriting stomach pain. he left the stadium in a
where they have is that he is doing better. >> that always makes you step back and reflect. we send prayers up ram. we are concerned and he is our heartbeat and leader. >> all we know is it was something about an infection. but he is all good now. >> i hope he is fine. it's a big deal in my life. i want to make sure he was all right. >> reporter: some good news there. we won't know much more until 11 am tomorrow when the cardinals meet the media. the cardinals, when they arrived it looked like a game and just regular practice. honey badger was unable to perform. he was able to get on the field but not factors. he might do more as the week
in the air quite a bit. and former cardinal coach ken was out here for the now san diego chargers. they went to the super bowl together and mike the former sandoval back fighting for that spot. here's a look at some of the highlights. carson palmer put the ball in the air. here he is finding jj nelson out of uab, the cardinals a serious weapon if he is able to come in on his 2nd season. tied in diving in for a touchdown. a security blanket last year for palmer. the 2 have played together since cincinnati days. bruce arians taken to a local hospital. cardinal players told as they walked off the field he is doing better. cardinals will be to mediate 11:00 a.m. cardinals will be to mediate
a high tomorrow of 108. slight chance of showers in the forecast again wednesday. the chance extends through thursday. temperatures cooling down below average saturday and sunday. sean mclaughlin was at the guns n' roses concert last night. and then at wake up arizona. here tonight. and back tomorrow at 4:30. when you going to crash? >> i have 4 hours. that is a