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cigarettes in the past 30 days, 23% say they have smoked marijuana, 35% say they have had alcohol and 45% did not use a condom during their last sexual encounter. >> a decade ago, it would be crazy if a kid was found smoking on school property. now you see them vaping or having unprotected sex at school. it's becoming socially acceptable. >> reporter: kimberly is school-age kids. her nonprofit works with schools around the valley, helping children deal with pressures of life. she says keeping teenagers on the right path starts in elementary school. >> kids need to be educated younger. we cannot wait for tomorrow's teenagers. we need to educate them today. you have to start early in kindergarten and equip them with the tools and tactics to use. i think as a state, we have to look at this as a wake-up call
more solutions for families. >> reporter: experts insist the biggest key to reducing the number of teenagers drinking, smoking and having sex is getting more kids involved in their parent -- more parents involved in their kids's lives. in phoenix, jason barry cbs 5 news. >> jason, thanks. retailers are already thinking about christmas. target plans to add 70,000 on their stores and 7500 in distribution and fulfillment facilities across the company. they will hold special hiring events to fill those positions and the retailers say associates will be hired in plenty of time to get trained ahead of the holiday shopping season. amazon is hiring remote customer service associates for the holidays. arizona is one of 20 states where people are being hired.
home and make your own hours, but that may change during the holiday season. workers will earn $10 an hour anyou have to apply online. we have some good news, next year starting salaries are expected to rise. a new report says starting salaries will go up more than 3%. in which fields to we expect the biggest bump? accounting and finance, creative marketing and technology. >> these individuals are in such high defense -- demand it means the companies need to pay addition to other perks in order to attract these individuals and retain them. >> if you're in the market for a new job, do your research and if you can, go back to school and beef up on your skills. an apache junction father is furious with the pinal county sheriff's office because of a decision may deputy made during a child custody battle over the weekend. lauren reimer explains what happened. >> get it, guys.
over these children has been back and forth for nearly 2 years. last week, a judge gave their father, jeremy make he an emergency -- mckee dave him -- gave emergency custody stating the mother had drug dependency issues. things swung in a different direction when his ex-showed up, demanding her. mckee says even with official documents, the court decided the children should go with their mother. >> i was crying. i was tearing up about it. i said you are making a bad mistake here. >> reporter: mckee didn't hear from them for two days. she had taken them over two hours away. >> i feared they were in jeopardy because she has drugs in her system. >> reporter: they are home safe
sunday night >> if we don't have law enforcement going by court orders, what good is law? i felt like i was discriminated against because i am a father. they always give the father -- children to the mother. >> that was lauren reimer reporting. the cso says it will be talking to the deputy and it's likely internal affairs will be looking into the incident. no more scraping leftovers into the trash at the students in flagstaff are testing out a greener way to dispose of food. leftovers will be granted up, extracted and dehydrated. the end product will be turned into soil and spread all over campus. they are basically composting out there. the system is expected to keep 100 pounds of material -- 100,000 pounds of material out of the landfill. >> going green. let's take a look at our forecast. we've got pretty intense storms
pinal county, and also oracle also seeing stronger storms and peak wind speeds out of this sell right here getting a 270 miles per hour. >> storms just south of sun lakes on of toward queen creek. these are moving to the east northeast and we will keep a close eye to see if it moves into the valley. a live look outside. a high today of 101 degrees. still below average but even cooler weather ahead later this week. what does the rest of the work week look like? that answer in a few minutes. if you exceed the maximum on your credit card, that can lead to problems but what if you need more credit rex >> dave cherry is here with steps to take if you want to safely increase your credit limit. >> your credit limit helps determine one of the most important factors of your credit score, your utilization ratio. this ratio is the amount of credit you are using versus the amount available to you. if you don't run up new charges, a higher credit limit can lower
good for you. the increased limit can help with unexpected medical bills or a balance transfer. request a balance increase online or on the phone by providing financial information. you want to calculate how much increasing need for normal spending. you want to make sure you can pay this amount off in full every month. keep your credit clean for six months before applying. you will not get the increase if you have been paying late. the card issuer might pull inquiries can lower your score, which defeats the purpose. apply to increase your lowest credit limit. strategically, that helps your credit more than a limit that is already high. if you are asked, don't request a big increase. you are more likely to have a lower request approved. maybe do a balance transfer. your issuer might do it if you are moving business from a
most importantly, don't give up if you are rejected. it happens to about a quarter of applicants. if you have a good case, ask for a credit analyst and ask them to reconsider. if you have been a good customer, sometimes that request can get your appeal approved. pull up my page for the form to send them to me if you have a consumer concern. once it gets back to me, i will get back to you for sure. still ahead, secrets fr popular burger joint may be
cbs 5 news brought to you by nationwide vision. >> coming up tonight at 10:00, a security scare at the asu on a college dorm has students worried about their safety. we get answers on quick and easy ways to fight off an attacker on the tonight on cbs 5 news at 10:00. you have heard of self driving cars but what about self driving shopping carts? that's our first of five stories and 55 seconds. >> walmart plans to roll out a themselves. these carts would be equipped with motors that have sensors and video cameras. meanwhile, tesla is updating its autopilot software. within the next few weeks, the company ceo says new software would have prevented a crash for months ago. amazon and pandora are expanding streaming services. the new york times says they will cost five dollars a month and are designed to undercut more expensive streaming services from apple and
shake shack fan. the popular food chain is launching a cook book. no word yet on which recipes it will include. fans are hopeful they will get inside on the shake shack sauce. for pokimon go fans, nintendo is releasing pokimon go plus. it looks like a watch and connects right to your smart phone. it is set to go on sale in most countries this friday. it is a huge honor to sing the national anthem at
stick resort. just show up and let her rip. >> he's got a big hole. he stays on his feet. he has tied the record for eight touchdowns and one game. >> that was incredible. >> the sun devils, i was listening to tim healy and i thought he was going to have a heart attack. he scored eight times. it was incredible for sure and he scored a timeless record on 13 carries, even more amazing. the cool thing right here is he knew exactly where our sports photographer, jonas gustavsson was, and he runs right to him. take a look at that. the other one was through the air. 185 total yards of offense. asu won 68-55. heisman trophy anybody?
god honestly. these guys right here, what they did upfront was absolutely amazing. that's why i decided to bring all five of here. >> eight touchdowns and what he said is what i will say. he brought his offense of line in here and he gave credit to his teammates. >> a heisman trophy move there. the cardinals are trying to sort out what went wrong in glendale. aphis had a foot injury after a waiting to hear if he will miss sunday's game. and then there is the cornerback position opposite patrick peterson. brandon williams had a rough night. we all thought it. there is no reason to rehash the numbers but the question, where was justin bethel? >> justin has to decide if he is going to play with that foot. he was just an average spectator and missed two
if he is going to play, he needs to play better or he shouldn't play. >> the cardinals are not last year's cardinals. they have a couple days to figure this out >> what a neat kid. >> he could go to the house any time he thanks, mark. coming up at 6:30 pm, a phoenix car dealership turns into a crime scene.
paul babeu exposed in a damning home video. extreme discipline used on special needs kids at a boarding school he used to run. widespread cases of physical and sexual abuse. students were also stripped down and forced to wear nothing but a sheet. indisputable evidence that congressional candidate e there for a reason. because they're hopeless. because they're hopeless. a long history of abuse, the students may never recover.
monday monday, hello everybody. we hope you had a great weekend. pretty calm conditions in east and west valley. down to the southeast, some cells trying to push closer to sun lakes and the queen creek area. we zoom in, in just a . warning and pinal county through oracle, mammoth and you can see that line of showers and storms having to the east, peak wind speeds getting up to around 70 miles per hour. we have some great photos of that cell. we will show it to you. here is queen creek. if you live in the area, that cell is pushing right through your area just south of the 202. the threat of storms with us through the evening hours.
this is a serious shelf cloud. the gps says yes i am still in arizona. you wouldn't believe the powerful rainfall and strong winds up to 70 miles per hour. these cells to the south and east. a live look outside, towering clouds in the distance. pity quiet conditions in the valley, 98 degrees, wins out of the west at 11 miles per hour but that threat will stick around again through the evening with a slight chance of storms passing through the valley and then we start to see quiet conditions tomorrow. tomorrow at 7:30 am, mostly clear with showers in the high country. start to see drier air for the rest the work weekend temperatures staying pretty comfortable, below the triple digits through friday. overnight lows down to 70 degrees in phoenix, 40 degrees up north in flagstaff. here is your 70th -- seven day planner. a 70% chance of storms in flagstaff and then lower 70s with dry conditions through
days, mostly clear with a few passing clouds, a high of 90 degrees tuesday, and staying below average through sunday. into the weekend. it is looking pretty good. >>'s -- it looks really good. con artists steal millions from americans every year. >> but the most likely to fall for the scam may not be who you think. chris martinez has more. identified as the winner. >> reporter: father martinez thought he won $1 million in 2013 from publishers clearinghouse. >> i thought thank you god but -- >> reporter: when he called to collect his winnings, eight con artist said he had to pay $40,000 in taxes. he did and then soon found out the letter was a fake. >> hook line and sinker. >> reporter: most people think senior citizens are the most likely to fall for a scam but new research from the bbb shows it's the opposite.
people tend to be more likely to lose money to a scam. >> reporter: 30,000 scam cases showed only 11% of seniors giving con artists money but three times as many 18 to 24- year-olds forked over cash. the bbb calls that optimism bias. younger people are overconfident they can spot a con and don't keep their guard up. >> we are all at risk and these stereotypes that it's older people are people that are gullible those are really just stereotypes and not an accurate reflection of the reality. >> reporter: the bbb also found seniors are much more likely than millennials to report a scam. is martinez, cbs news los angeles. >> of course this could happen to you. the bbb says one in five people loses money to a scam every year. here are tonight's top stories.
maintenance crews are beginning structurarepairs to the buildings. officials say it could take upwards of five weeks to fix. district officicicicicicicicici improvements. repairs are expected to cost more than $2 million. an uber driver kidnapped by a passenger. officers say richard beyer pulled a gun while he was driving but when the driver exited the vehicle, beyer drove off. th yoga teacher accused of molesting teenage boys had a bat mitzvah last year will be in the hands of a jury. lindsay rodomski is accused of letting underage boys touched her inappropriately and then allegedly performing a sex act on one of the teens. previously, a grand jury failed to indict her on felony charges. a man is dead after being hit by a truck on i-17. police say he was hit after his car stalled on the state -- side of the interstate.
older model chevy with modified taillights. police say it will likely have damage on the right side and possibly on the hood. nearly 2 weeks after the primary election, officials have certified the results. however, a recount is expected for the still undecided race for the congressional district 5 race. andy biggs leads kristine jones by just 16 votes. >> be sure to connect with cbs 5 on facebook, twitter or instagram. share your story by using #cbs 5 . tonight, the city center in a town in poland was conquered by dutch hounds. it's all because of the march. isn't that adorable. >> wiener dogs.
>> traditionally, owners and their pets walk through the city center. this is a big parade for the wiener dogs. >> there you go. >> this is the 22nd year that they have done this parade. >> do you think they are playing a poker? >> there is a tube. i'm sure there is some polka music. >> what about that race that uc davis? >> don't judge, paul. >> that does it for us here at 5:00. >> www.cbs5az.com, your online home for free news and information brought to you by the law tigers. call one 800 law tigers,
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