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prisoners enter society. homeowners were angry about the plan and voiced concerns to the doc. sex offenders will be placed somewhere else. however of the released offenders will continue to stay there. national security issues are now dominating the campaign trail. this comes one day after commander-in-chief form. >> craig boswell reports the campaign president -- candidate slammed each other. >> reporter: quoted an article saying isis leaders are cheering for donald trump to win ice -- white house. >> they hope all and delivers america to trump because it would give even more motivation to every jihadi. >> reporter: trump responded it was clinton who created isis. >> unleashed horror of radical islamic terrorism. it made us less safe than ever before. >> reporter: trump did not
supported the war. >> i oppose going in. and i did oppose it. despite the media saying no, yes, no. >> reporter: both clinton and trump are trying to make the case that the other is not fit to serve as commander-in-chief. clinton said trump is not really a republican after he praised russian residents leadership. >> what would ronald reagan say about a republican nominee who at general's and praises russia's president? >> reporter: clinton -- trump says clinton's use of an email server let -- >> democrats defended clinton by releasing this email from former secretary of state colin
line so he could communicate without going through the state department servers. what would you do if you were elected about aleppo? >> what is aleppo? >> it's in syria. it's the epicenter of the refugee crisis. >> okay got it. >> libertarian presidential drew a blank when talking about the refugee crisis in syria. if elected he said he would be against military intervention in foreign countries. >> symbol of hope. the american flag hoisted at ground zero is not the world trade center. it has been missing for 13 years. an anonymous man given to the fire station in washington state in 2014. the flight has now been donated
memorial museum feels a tremendous sure of pride and responsibility in assuming custody of the site. >> memorial vigils and trivets will be held around the country this we can. there is an anniversary ceremony at the 9/11 memorial plaza at the world trade center. also launched a space probe minutes ago. >> lift off it seven-year mission to boldly go to the asteroid bennu and back. >> i was geeking out in the newsroom. asu and usa are helping lead the mission. they developed a lot of the equipment. the asteroid named bennu , they believe it holds the keys to the beginning of our solar system in life on earth.
last the -- nasa led mission to retrieve a sample from an asteroid. it will be the largest sample returned since the apollo era. >> if everything goes right, osiris-rex. it will be back in 2023. that is a long time but it will hold clues to the origin of life. they say they're going to grab a sample the size of >> and he was cheering at his desk when it took off. , conditions across the valley. especially down to the south. still some isolated showers north of duncan. get used to the clear skies. we will continue to see clear skies for tonight. and again for friday. temperature-wise a very nice
during the day. 95. how warm will get? that answer coming up. it remains unclear after high school freshman shot a student. that is one of our 5 stories in 55 seconds. the victim was taken to the hospital with non-life- threatening injuries. the shooter then killed herself. it happened at a high school in alpine which is south east of el paso. playboy limit accused of body shaming a woman could face criminal charges. outrage posting a snapchat photo of a woman changing at her gym. she could face 6 months in jail. apple's iphone did not will -- wamac investors. shares rose but just by a fraction. investors are concerned that there are not enough upgrades to boost sales. the siberian river in russia has suddenly turned red. a leakage from a nearby chemical plant could be to blame. the river isn't linked to a
7 out of 10 americans say they plan to work after retirement. ben creighton.com says they will work because they like to. 33 percent say they plan to work because they need the money. refinance your home mortgage can sometimes save money. but not every time. >> dave is here with several situations in which refinancing may not be worth it. >> it lowers your interest rate and your monthly payment, but says there are times that this move can backfire. they came up with a list when it doesn't pay. 1st is when you can't lower urate enough to offset the costs. with you pay out-of-pocket or told to the loan, revise cost 2 percent of the borrowed amount. you're adding more years and here loan and refinancing may
sooner, that could work. but if you just make extra payments on your current loan, you will pay it off sooner and avoid refinancing and save on interest. if you have to move to an adjustable rate mortgage to lower urate, after a set period it will adjust to the going market rate and you could end up with a high rate. if you're going to sell in a few years, refinancing costs need to be recuperated. you may not break avon -- even. if it is the costs outweigh you're refinancing >> home-equity it's the wrong reason. pav high-interest debt, that is fine, but if it's to buy a car or something else, maybe not a wise idea. when you can't afford the closing costs, do you have the cash to do it? are they going to be rolled into the note -- loan you need to calculate the total interest you will pay on that over the life of loan and decide if it's
telling me? >> they are lying. >> reporter: over and over and angry crowd shouted at the miami mayor as he tried to tell them based on the evidence the insecticide is harmless to humans. in the dose is being used. >> i will not get sprayed. >> reporter: many people doubted evidence from the cdc stating zika virus can be causing babies to be born with devastating effects. >> skeptical about the zika virus and the link? >> there's a lot of people denying the link. >> after that he did debate they were delayed. >> will give them time to notify residents. >> it echoed what was happening in washington where part of the discord over obamacare, planned
virus funding. >> please, we need a clean zika virus bill. just the bill. >> i arrived with 100 mosquitoes from florida. these are capable of carrying the zika virus. >> reporter: easier the summer flight bookings were up 11 percent from last year for the thanks giving holiday. but once it was confirmed was actively being translated -- transmitted, down 20 sent -- 10 percent. 3 more days until the
december. he hasn't been the same since. he worked hard to get back and it's a major factor in where the team goes the season. >> i really want to raise the energy. >> looking for nothing but big plays for him. will take the 1st couple of weeks to see committing. for the most part by data back. >> cardinals receiver larry any excited for the season opener. like a rookie all over again. your 13 still chasing the elusive super bowl ring. he has great memories of facing the patriots. >> i 1st home game into the reservoir can be streets, -- patriots, they couldn't give the seats away.
it's great to be a part of that. >> they won't have tom brady and they might be without one cascade, he is battling hamstring injury. the former wildcat wants to sit up. >> i want to be out there so badly. especially to help out the team overall. any position. just with the team best they can. >> i love saying, week 1 sun devils phase au. wait to they get another test facing texas tech. the season opener, mahone accounted for 6 touchdowns 483 yards and when. that is coming
nation. patterson give them high praise saying he's a brett favre type quibec. -- quarterback. >> he really understands the system. he is big, he is hard to tackle. he has a very quick release. and they spread you all over the place. it will be a big challenge. >> high school football season kicks off tonight. road against mountain pointe. both teams are state title contenders. we want to take you back to
highs today in the mid-70s. currently we are sitting it 75 in flagstaff. 81 prescott. behind phoenix 96. well below our average. future cast showing mostly clear skies. tomorrow morning around 9:30 am by the ascension. a few clouds to t west but it looks like a dry day for friday. it will stay dry through the upcoming we can. high pressure settles in and weather. a lot of activity is to the east of us. flagstaff, not bad. upper 70s on friday. 79 saturday. chance of showers sunday through tuesday of next week. temperatures drop into the upper 60s by tuesday. 7-day forecast for the valley, plenty of sunshine through sunday and upper 90s. mixed chance of rain fall to start out the workweek.
valleys newest residents. 5 bottlenose dolphins who will soon entertain and educate kids and grown-ups who visit. >> i think it offers a lot for valley residents. in terms of the local economy. >> the protesters see it differently. they don't think dolphins belong in the desert. >> the fact that they are here is a nightmare. going to have oversight of this facility because of where it's located. >> the public should be involved and can be involved and in that permitting process. that didn't occur. >> cbs 5 investigates why the location of the new dolphin park muffled public input and put impact -- and could impact how animal protection laws apply to the dolphins. tonight coming up.
after he federal officer involved shooting. the southbound lanes are shut down so no one can enter mexico from arizona. we just got new information about the shooting. apparently a suspect tried to evade the patrol agents, swerved his car toward the officers. that is when agents opened fire. hitting the driver. he was airlifted to tucson with life-threatening injuries. a passenger was also injured. he s the northbound lanes are open. people can get back into the us. we will have the latest at 6:30 pm. we don't know what led to it deadly shooting on state route 51. police say dinya farmer was on the phone with 911 before she was shot. she told the dispatcher 3 hispanic man in a white pickup truck were following her. police believe that something happened near 7th avenue and broadway and that is when the suspects started chasing her. if you have any information, call police. the man who allegedly stole
appearance they. police said he got onto the bus at talking stick resort arena tuesday night. days when he left with the briefcase full of jewelry. it was valued at $3 million. has been downgraded to $400,000. he is scheduled to be back in court later this month. over a dozen people can sleep easier tonight. across blue shield has decided to stay in pinal county. co out but they changed their mind saying they didn't want to leave thousands of people without insurance. sure to connect with us on facebook, twitter or instagram. a skateboarding. not just a skateboarding, it's officially a world record holder. the forms 20 tricks in less
i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there
was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
captioning sponsored by cbs captioning sponsored by cbs >> pelley: the fire after the forum. >> what would ronald reagan say about a republican nominee whoer attacks america's generals andss heaps praise on russia's president? >> i just watched her on the tarmac. she tried to make up for heras hoib >> i don't think the guy's qualified to be president of ths united states. every time he speaks, that opinion is confirmed. >> pelley: also tonight, if you haven't read your credit cardcr agreement, you don't know what you're missing. >> you almost need a law degree to understand it. >> pelley: environmental protesters try to stop an oilte pipeline project. and country music honors its rhinestone cowboy.