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well. our news chopper was over the scene of the fire and the long backup and it is still an issue at this hour. just about 10 minutes ago it was a 10 mile long slow down. let's cut this in half and right now it is just about 5 miles so it is still an issue. and top 10 airports nationwide that are going to be the busiest. atlanta hartsfield international chicago by lax, o'hare at jfk. sky harbor was not on the top 10 list. if you drink and drive this
road looking for impaired drivers until tuesday morning. politics in ou have a head scratcher tonight is a neutral at the recount turning out to be nowhere. votes tonight separate christine jones and andy biggs in the race for congress district 537 votes. how does the campaign manager himself and up inside that room? derek has more, live. >>reporter: the short answer is it has to do with it first, first serve policy as rapping at the longer
role she kicked him out of the tabulating room. you can see there are observers from each political party in the tabulating room and one those chairs is occupied by andy biggs campaign manager. according to the recorder's office he was in the room all day yesterday and in the room for 90 minutes today purcell tells me there is nothing the manual this is an observer cannot have ties to a campaign but it is generally understood this person should be neutral. the guy that takes the observer and signs off on it is the party chair. he picks these people on a first-come, first-served basis and he does not see anything wrong.
th >> whose job is it to determine there is a neutral person? >> that should be the county chairs. they should give me people that are neutral. that's what we asked for. >>reporter: observers are now -- not allowed to touch ballots or talk to people operated the machinery but christine jones is running against in this race, she says it's highly suspicious and andy biggs says this race is so close a recount is inevitable. helen purcell's trouble as county reporter may cost her the election after 20 years in office purcell is trying to hang onto the position after the
call helen purcell is growing her lead now in the republican primary is the 300 votes ahead over eric flanery today. it was less than that. the talk of the campaign trail that fbi releasing 58 pages from its investigation into hillary clinton while she was secretary of state agents investigated and she sent or store classified information on a personal email server it was compromised they include interviews with clinton a server with upside. after digging in for about a year the fbi decided not to prosecute. a bishop from one of detroit's prominently black churches will interview donald trump to test the his recent outraged african- americans. the new york times is reporting tonight that that has already
said he will ask if trump is racist. >> republicans have controlled the state senate for 15 years and tonight political insiders think there is a chance that the state senate could be deadlocked in november. in this week's primary incumbents lost to newcomers putting three seats up for grabs. if democrats can grab all three they will have a 1515 tie in the senate. experts say the biggest weapon is the ballot initiative for this november voters will vote on recreational marijuana and raise the state's minimum wage. >> the minimum wage issue is bringing out younger liberal voters so that could have an impact and that may have an impact in the senate races however, some of these voters may just about on the minimum
presidency and skip the rest of the valid. >> a 15/15 tie could roadblocks for some of the most controversial legislation in arizona history came out of the republican-controlled senate. keep it right here for the latest on campaign 2016 for breaking news alerts and details on candidates and propositions are just open up the cbs five mobile app. >> students and parents wanted answers about why their beloved principal resigned. some students walking out of class today. tonight, they heard from the school board. lauren has the story. turn to parents and students waited for nearly 2 hours for the board to make their decision which ultimately was to accept of the principles resignation effective immediately. >> i think it is necessary and appropriate to honor her
>> i graduated in 2015 and she has been nothing but supportive to me. this decision is hard. i think it is a mistake. >>reporter: this afternoon hundreds of high school students walked out of class when they heard their principal dr. terri wattawa was planning to step down over a matter not being shared with anyone. dr. terri wattawa was reportedly placed on administ l weeks ago but no one was told anything. >> i know for a fact she is a great person. she is out smiling with the kids. can't an online petition started circulating picking up nearly 600 signatures. despite the large turnout parents and teachers against saying their principal leave the school, the board accepted her resignation anyway. >> how can they make an important decision without talking to everyone involved?
>>reporter: and dr. terri wattawa was not a tonight's meeting. we reached out to her for comments but did not hear back. aquarium in the southwestern united states open its doors on tribal land. odyssey holds more than 2,000,000 gallons of water in the will bring thousands of visitors each day. it will get to see 300,000 types of marine life spr 50 different exhibits. tickets are $35 for adults and $25 for kids. tropical storm hermine is moving north packing winds of 15 miles an hour and generating intense rain and massive storm surges. it is holiday short. hermine hit florida's panhandle
homes. trees came crashing down and power was knocked out to thousands. >> yes hermine made landfall yesterday evening packing winds up to 80 miles an hour. it made landfall around florida and brought a lot of rainfall and flooding issues from florida through georgia south carolina and as you mentioned carolina scene that heavy rainfall. it's going to be a mess for the holiday weekend. mostly clear skies r active night last night we will continue to see clear conditions through the weekend and a live look at their pretty warm with a high of 104. now you're sitting at 96 with the dew point around 58 actually starting to move into the valley and that means plenty of sunshine and are forecast to maintain temperatures will drop below average over the weekend as well. here is a satellite and radar mostly clear skies.
storms to the north and a pretty quiet day for your saturday looking nice on sunday. lower 80s in the morning 104 x 4 and within the first 10 minutes 104 for saturday 102 on sunday and if you have plans on monday for the big holiday we will see temperatures around 102 and even cooler next week with highs in .gswh?the mid 90s on wednesday next week. we will take a. answers you need for your holiday weekend and more coming up especially for samsung users who want to know the new note you might be holding in your hand right now could catch on fire. >> big changes in what we buy at the grocery store per the fda bans more than a dozen different chemicals antibacterial soap.
the consumer but there is chemicals. >> you might be an everyday user at your desk or your home. but say goodbye to some antibacterial soaps and lotions. the fda banning 19 chemicals and mark taylor with more answers to my own what exactly >> this won't affect things like sanitizer in public places like the airport but grocery store 40% of this chemical is found in all the so goodbye
antibacterial soaps are not really anti-anything. doctor holden said the fda banning of 19 different chemicals from consumer soaps as a result of years of study looking at the effects on humans and the environment. the most common chemicals don't work but the research says they do stick around. soil, food in our body. >>reporter: he has been looking at the risks since 2004. he testified thing that could affect hormone levels are created drug resistant bacteria. powerful chemicals have a place in labs and doctors offices soaps using on our hands and
in all 2100 products will have to be taken off the shelves. to see if your soap has one of those chemicals look at the active ingredient found on the label had to see the full list of chemicals head to our website. back to you guys. >> samsung users holding brand- new phones tonight are upset. the company recalling 2 1/2 million of the galaxy note 7 phones catch fire. company blames the problem on a faulty battery. the galaxy note 7 was getting good reviews with an iris scanner that let your eyes a microphone. this recall comes days before apple is expected to announce have come out with brand-new iphone seven. >> i can't imagine how expensive and time-consuming and how much effort will have
phones will be available in about two weeks. >> are you planning a hollywood weekend getaway? here is what conditions are like on the west side. we have some answers tonight on how much the road trip will cost you. we checked in with aaa in the average cost of a gallon of unleaded in arizona about $2.11 in california you will pay $2.60 a gallon and in vegas average cost of a gallon of unleaded going for $2.45. for road conditions and traffic updates and what the radar is looking like as you head out of town, we have the answers for you on our cbs five mobile app. stupid people will grill out this weekend but those tasty burgers and dogs could be linked to cancer. >>reporter: mark wilson is celebrating his wife's birthday with a barbecue.
prepare meat. >>reporter: grilling too much may be bad for your health. chemicals that form when meat poultry and fish are cooked at high temperatures and smoke from fat the troops and birds have been linked to colon pancreatic and breast cancer. >> people that consume it meat that has been grilled on high heat on a regular basis may be at a risk for cancer. >>reporter: start with a clean grill and cook foods that lower temperatures for a longer time. >> we recommend marinating meat because marinating increases the moisture. every day there is a new risk to look out for see you try to do the best you can. >>reporter: a gas grill is safer because they cook more evenly and fruits and vegetables can be grilled with no health risk. experts also say it's a good
your money came out and you really had to be careful otherwise you would smash her fingers. >> $25 equated to $160 today? i wonder what a three dollar fee would be? that's amazing. clouds and showers yesterday have will we se for the holiday weekend? we will let you know after this. for you tomorrow. a lot of folks getting ready to head out for the holiday weekend. just some tips, give yourself a lot of driving time. maybe leave early seat could arrive by midday. early afternoon is the latest you want to leave or leave later and get those midday hours. also as you're coming back monday leave early and try to get back to the valley by
sunday we will get up to 102 for the day off labor day temperatures staying below average with clear skies. right to it shall we hand him the heisman right now cristian mccaffery wiggles his hips and hits the jets 35 yards for the cardinal touchdown beating kansas state not they have kept us in the dark all summer about who will play quarterback this saturday night. today some of the street. the quarterback competition with brady white is not over asu is one of two schools to not have a quarterback on the roster.
on byu the home of the arizona cardinals last check they lead in ticket sales. acquiring quarterback marcus cooper from the chiefs he will be in the mix for playing time and also brandon williams and that makes. the diamondbacks in colorado pollack a weekend return from injury hitting his first home run they started the game up but a grand slam the rockies take the extra point and when 14-7 in denver. the mercury taking on the sun and its hammer time. the first of the season the first dunk since this time last year. mercury's fall to the sixth spot with six games left to play
your high school football play of the night. josh alexander finds a whole takes it outside breaks a couple of tackles high stepping to the end zone. then we have marcus slanted he is moving in grooving on the way to the end zone and a double tipped pass into the waiting hands clint clint harrington making house calls he takes it all the way. i am so excited. college tomorrow in high school right now per this is a fun time of year. check this out. new photos coming in from nasa to know send back the first images of the north pole. images show some storms said
like anything previously seen on the giant planet. those are hurricanes. how would you like to forecast that? hide tomorrow, 104. gametime tomorrow. mclaughlin is predicting an upset. >> he's really good. they have a receiver that's pretty amazing. >> he's really big. the 90s. not bad. good luck. a great weekend. have a great time and be safe.