Skip to main content

tv   CBS 5 News at 530  CBS  August 29, 2016 5:30pm-6:01pm MST

5:30 pm
that came running in saying there's a shooter. panicked passengers at lax, the false alarm that sent people running to the airport. being a parent can be stressful on a tight budget, several items that new parents think they need that may be do not. this is cbs5 news at 5:30. we are learning about a break in, to court case martyrs . >> they are known as the septic take murders and the killers are linked to a violent mexican drug game.>> they have now identified a suspect in the person of interest in this cold case from eight years ago in 2008, that's why in this building they released photos, we want to get straight to those, they say believe us--
5:31 pm
are considered an investigative lead in the case. he dismembered-- the dismembered remains of one victim were found near casa grande and a second set were found in a septic tank on a property in unincorporated casa grande in 2014. they are linking both of them to a viome victims were murdered because of drug trafficking while the other was murdered simply because he was in the wrong place at the wrong time. >> we are the protectors. we do not walk in fear that his job is to protect our community and to say this kind of vicious crime cannot go unanswered in the state of arizona.
5:32 pm
any information you are asked to call the sheriff's office. operations are back to normal at los angeles international airport. earlier there was a false alarm of shots fired and that set off chaos. panicked passengers scrambled from terminal 8 and the chaos spread to the tarmac where people were boarding flights. the reports came after priest detained a man who was wearing a zorro costume. they let him go but passengers were scared. >> i was in the bathroom and all of a sudden there was a flood of people that came running in saying there is a shooter. everyone was in a panic so i came out and everyone was backed up against the far wall and basically it was just a panic.>> police say there was never a gunman. the chaos delayed 280 flights and hundreds were diverted to
5:33 pm
as they prepare to fly 141 passengers from scotland to new jersey, it is unclear who or what tipped off authorities about this flight crew. >> we have heard on occasion, and it is very rare, where maybe one of the pilots may have been potentially over the limit but to have both of the cockpit crew, this is extraordinary. >> they will not comment what they were doing, it was delayed 10 hours before they found a replacement pilots. a cheaper genetic epipen will be in stores soon. the treatment-- the maker will be -- say it will be available in several weeks at a cost of $300 for a two pack. the epipen brand will cost twice as much. workers are suing tripoli
5:34 pm
they were cheated out of pay. dominoes is testing delivery by drone. customers receive alerts and the drone lowers the pizzas. >> there goes the anchovies. americans are making more money and spending more. the commerce department say of a percent pretty much in line with expectations. it is probably too late for tonight's dinner but it is amazon's kitchen deals day. they are slashing prices on kitchen electronics and appliances and this is for their prime members. >> good information. what a weekend. fridays highest 90 degrees below triple digits on saturday in the low average temperatures
5:35 pm
comes monday, temperatures heating up again. they officially hit a high of 105 at around three deck 30. if you're heading out and about the wind is nice and calm and we will see some changes, storms mainly around eastern arizona but there is a threat of thunderstorms here in the valley. that answer in a few minutes. lots of anticipation for apple's product launch event and the company is expected to show off the new iphone on september 7 it sold more than 214 million iphones and details -- sales are still down from a year ago. they will show new features like the apple watch and macbook computers. expecting a baby is exciting but if you are on a tight budget it can be stressful. >> we can help with all of that
5:36 pm
that new parents may not actually need. >> you create a registry and hope that you pole-- received some of what you need but many of the things you think you need you may never use like a wipes warmer, they drive them out and who wants to waste money on that? another is a changing table. of their convenient but not a necessity. if you want a designated area you can purchase and secure it to a dresser this way you're not stuck with an expensive piece of furniture you will never use. diaper disposal systems will not always keep the smell at and you will have to pay for refills so take it out every day and flush solid waste. >> choose one that is clear of dies and you can watch clout-- watch close with everyone else's. a best and it is pretty but even if you use it it will not
5:37 pm
removable one on the top and you can use the playpen later. there is no need for a special plans to create your own baby food. use your own blender and it works exactly the same. baby shoes, adorable, but necessary? no. tepees do not need shoes until they get closer so by them when they get better. go ahead and ask for some of these things but if you don't them, you don't need to rush out and spend your own money on getting them. >> disk-- consumer dispute. it pulls up my page, fill up the form, submitted to me and i will get back to you. all babies really need, diapers, blankets, and mother and they can survive. kevin james returns this fall, we will get a sneak peek
5:39 pm
5:40 pm
our trails maybe some of the best in the nation when it comes to the heat. we speak with a family who got a bill after they needed a rescue when it was too hot. we have answers on how much they will have to pay on cbs5 news at 10:00. it is a new show coming next fall. kevin can wait, kevin james as a retired police officer. >> he finds out that staying at home is a tougher challenge compared to being on the
5:41 pm
talked set secrets. you have to have beautiful women to play-- is that part of the contract? >> you have a choice and you say you know what? i'm always tired than everybody, their apple boxes under me. like every step you have to replace that be two or three. >> i have the guys coming over and we are going to learn how to use crossbows. >> a retired police officer with a bunch of bodies, we have these plans, things we're going to do as guys. >> our plan is to have a husband home, be a little more engaged-- you forget you have a family.
5:42 pm
didn't like, how would you approach it? >> i have a cage where i release them and it just malls -- and that's what happens. >> you are such a kid. back to you in phoenix. he created a nationwide storm by not standing upfor the national anthem, he is right there in the circle,
5:43 pm
5:44 pm
5:45 pm
the 49ers quarterback decision not to stand for the ti of people talking. >> his teammates are weighing in and players from around the league. is this an agent ploy?>> there's a lot of talk that he will not be with the niners but everybody is being asked about him today. arizona cardinals coach is off during-- is offering his. >> i respect his right as an american, i disagree with it, i want to stand and cheer for all
5:46 pm
and defending that flag, is not my-- it is not my opinion but i respect his right. >> you could tell something was wrong by his reaction, he just returned for-- from a broken hand. the final preseason game is thursday against denver. asu kicking off a season and as you heard easier-- earlier you -- we may not know who it will be until the sun devils take the field saturday night. sports, it has been a couple of heavy topics so we will bring back the fun. look at what carlos beltran did, he pays for the rangers,
5:47 pm
he was trying to make his teammates left. --/-- laugh. after celebrating, the spanish team noticed how upset their opponents were so they stopped the celebration and have given us one of the best displays we have seen, consoling their opponents who they had just beaten. >> especially kids that age. >> that is so nice to retell like that, so good. >> that was sweet, so good. airfares, all new at 6 30,
5:48 pm
my son has meningitis b.
5:49 pm
but how did we end up here? his mom thought he had the flu and that he wacovered by the meningococcal meningitis vaccine he had received. until 2014 there were no vaccines for meningitis b in the u.s. now there are. while uncommon, meningitis b can lead to death within 24 hours. trumenba is a vaccine for 10 through 25 year olds to help prevent group b meningococcal disease. trumenba should not be given if you had a severe allergic reaction after a previous dose. common side effects were injection-site pain, fatigue... headache, muscle pain, and chills. ask your doctor or pharmacist about all the risks and benefits of trumenba and tell them if you've received any other meningitis b vaccines. meningitis b can be spread by typical sharing like... a drink... a spoon... a kiss. it all started here... it might have been prevented with trumenba.
5:50 pm
i hope everyone had a great weekend, temperatures are in the upper 70s and lower 80s but we had highs above average, you can see the peak in the distance with a few clouds.
5:51 pm
with a high of 105, that is above average. i notice a lot of traffic along university drive and it is the first day of classes today. go lumberjacks, enjoy the school year but you can see beautiful conditions up north. the temperature is so nice up in flagstaff, 82 in sedona, it got up to 105, we are sitting at one of three. way north into the high country, just a few clouds and showers into parts of new mexico, reporting out toward stafford, the futurecast indicates that tomorrow morning is a pretty quiet morning with temperatures in the lower 80s and we will start to see some activity into the afternoon hours. here is 4:00, some showers into sedona and light shower activity in flagstaff but the
5:52 pm
will see an increasing chance in our forecast later on this week. chance of rainfall up north in flagstaff, temperatures are in the mid-70s and shower activity will continue friday with calm conditions over the weekend. here's that 7-day planner, one of five tuesday, one of four wednesday the best chance of rain, 20% chance on thursday and temperatures cooling down around one or two and we will stay comfortable with mostly clear skies. more to backpacks than some parents may think. >> as kids head back to school they want parents to be aware just how heavy those can get. it is ridiculous. we have answers. >> nine-year-old jackson montgomery is getting ready to start fifth grade with a new backpack. his father was concerned about picking the right one.>> there's no doubt once you put in even lunch things and anything
5:53 pm
heavy books, they are carrying a decent amount of weight. >> this one is designed to carry more weight but evenly distributed. it has more straps and compartments. 5400 kids are treated for backpack injuries every year, many of them are sprains and strains to the shoulder or lower back. this pediatrician recommends that kids avoid messenger bags, use a bag with two wide padded straps and make sure it is not too heavy.>> to around 10% or less of the good approximation. >> the american academy of pediatrics also suggests adjusting the backpacks so that the bottom sits at the waist and packing it properly. >> if you have heavy items try to center it and the lower part to distribute the weight. >> jackson loves his new backpack. >> it kind of helps me carry big bucks.
5:54 pm
dad feel good about. residential nominee donald trump will speak at the phoenix convention center on wednesday. he sent out this tweet, his speech will focus on immigration, a new poll shows that he and hillary are in a dead heat with clinton up 40% and trump at 40 night-- 39. confirmed confirmed that hackers broke into arizona and illinois voter databases. there is no evidence that anything was compromised here but in illinois they believe hackers got personal information for up to 200,000 people. the fbi believes-- is investigating both attacks. phoenix police are releasing photos after a shooting at a bar early this morning at a pub near 16th st. two suspects got into a fight
5:55 pm
denied service because it was late. two people were hurt, and the suspects drove away. after gene wilder passed away, he died earlier this month in connecticut from publications from alzheimer's disease. the comic actor was best known in his roles in willy wonka and the chocolate factory, young frankenstein, silver streak, the producers. he was 83. the fbi is offering a $50,000 reward to find an flds beater. he was indicted and reportedly used olive oil to slip out of his ankle monitoring bracelet and one former member believes he is getting a lot of help since his escape. > be sure to connect with cbs5 on facebook twitter or instagram. you can share your story with us by using our #tran7. this guy in canada was
5:56 pm
decals to bring more visits. >> he's going to get a lot of attention. it shows him from the neck down sitting on the toilet, he says he wants more exposure. he says there is nothing wrong with using number two. was that last one too far? on hold. that will do it for us here at 5:00, scarpelli-- scott pelley is up next. we will see you back here. your online home for free news and information about to you by the law tigers, call 1- 800-law tigers , arizona's
5:57 pm
6:00 pm
captioning sponsored by cbs >> o'donnell: calling it quits, hillary clinton's top aide huma abedin splits with former congressman anthony weiner after he is caught up in another sexting scandal. also tonight a wild scene at lax. >> it was chaotic. we saw just a mob, a crowd >> o'donnell: for the second time this month, reports of gunfire touch off panic at a major u.s. airport, raising concerns about security. takata is linked to another death, this time a truck carrying air bag inflators explodes and levels a house. and remembering gene wilder and his comedy from willie wonka to young frankenstein. >> that's frankenstein. >> o'donnell: sorry,


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on