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record straight on paul b. >> a face from the past, paul b. would like to forget. >> i'm continues to distort the legal history under his leadership. >> she said he stonewalled an investn innocence but he said he wasn't responsible for the abuse that was discovered at the school for special needs. >> and that he never met with her or blocked her investigation because it occurred after he left the school. >> that is simply a fabrication on his part. he may very well not remember me but he knew about the litigation. >> she's now a congresswoman
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investigation did occur while he served as head mast er. >> he needs to come straight with the arizona v v voters. >> the campaign sent us a statement. they said, democrats will say and do anything to try to keep this seat, false attacks from 16 years ago rather than talking about issues that concern arizonans like jobs and cutting taxes border and caring for the veterans. a surprise charter school warns of a flasher. a man exposed himself to the students near the paradise education center. they restricted activity and then called police. they'll be doing additional patrols in the area, anyone with information call surprise police. >> the search is on for a man who severely beat a woman
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broad daylight. police want to hear from anyone who witnessed the crime. this happened on saturday. and in broad daylight. >> it's crazy, we're told that the suspect held the door open for the woman and then followed her out here to where her car was. once here, the suspect asked to borrow her cell phone and the woman gave it to him and then all of the according to her and then grabbed her purse and took off. >> everything was laid out, the cups he throw, everything. >> the cafe manager recalls seeing her employee spring into action after seeing the beating. >> i couldn't do anything, he started beating me.
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afternoon. >> white suffered cuts and bruises. and required stitches and staples. >> even an animal wouldn't that. >> one the employees ran outside to help. >> he's a hero to me. i have chills when i think about him. to be so selfless like that. >> the suspect took off and now the police are on a hunt to or surveillance or witnesses that may have seen it. or anyone who knows him. >> they hope to arrest him before he strikes again or escalates the violence. >> it was broad daylight and a very severe attack. >> it was hard to he see. >> the suspect is a black male
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build. he is about 5 feet 5 inches and in his 20s, he had earrings with both ears. call tempe police with information. we have a happy update, a story that we told you about, a dog rescued from a roof. now the dog has a new home. they said the person who found it will adopt him. >> he was stuck on th days. a family dog is back home after she went for a wild ride with a car thief. >> a family left their dog in a running car to keep her cool while they went into a store. when they returned, both the suv and the dog was gone. the owner shared their story and then someone recognized the dog and contacted them.
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6-years-old and she's almost 7. >> you can see what that dog means. she found her stolen suv and they took that driver into custody. tonight, police searching for a serial killer. there's now a $75,000 reward, if it leads to an arrests. call the number on your screen to you know to canada for a three day trip. he will deliver a keynote address to the canadian club and ring the opening bell the stock exchange. canada is the trading partner.
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canyon will close soon. that part of the park will remain opened snow. the visitor center closes at the end of the month. >> a british man with hiv could be the first to be cured using a pioneering therapy. >> it could pave the way for treating 37 million living with the virus. more from sky news. he contracted hiv in 2008 and being diagnosed was heartbreaking. >> i would like to say, awful, i took it in my stride, i was in a shock. i didn't believe it. >> the treatment has come along way but despite major advances, there's no cure. now, that could be changing.
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antiviral therapies has fallen short because it hides in the t- cells. using a kick and kill technique to train the immune system to spot proteins and then another drug kicks the t-cells awake and allows the immune system kill hiv infected cells. already one man has tested hiv free and he's just 50 to undergo the treatment, it's being head by u.k. universities but could have a global impact. >> there are 37 million with hiv and half are on a treatment. everyone should be on a treatment. >> it could be years until we know for sure that it works. if the breakthrough is proven, it could change the lives of millions living with hiv and
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we have a warning, seismologists say a major earthquake could strike in california. in a matter of hours. what is possibly causing the earth's crust to shift. that's at 10:00. there was likely very happy employees at starbucks.
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effect today. for 157,000 workers and you may pay for it. back in july, they raised the price of their drinks by 30%. bass proshop is bying cabelas. they'll takeover their credit cards and loyalty programs will remain the same. new california is testing-and wine is being made without grapes in croatia. wine is being made from honey and people are buzzing about it. see what we did? similar sweetness can be made. >> the iconic talking teddy bear, remember this, yep, now making a comeback. but it's going high-tech.
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those big giant audio cassettes. >> "harry potter" makes big return to theaters.
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halloween is a couple weeks away and this week, costumes are going political. the presidential candidates, they're trumping all others. they're capitalizing on the campaign craziness and expect to sell hundreds of them by halloween. "harry potter" movies are coming back, they'll be at imax starting on october 13, for one week. that's the spin off that returns. where to find them hits imax on november 18. braves bid farewell to turner field. fans showed up to kiss the ted good-bye. watch, here it comes.
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caught locking lips on the kiss cam. this was the stadium that's converted after 1996. >> i lived right next door to turner field, i interned. must have been crazy. >> d-backs, back to the top story. parting ways with the gm and manager. a clean sweep. to happen but such great expectation and we had them penciled in happen and everything came unraveled. 93 losses later, they're out. that's the failed shelby miller trade and chip hale caused the
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building it up. they've gone through four managers in 10 years. >> we didn't see the trendline at the present moving in the right direction. the most easy and direct stick is the numbers of wins and losses. we weren't comfortable with them going in that direction. >> let's talk football. you can catch the cardinals game on thursday cards are in san francisco. loser holds sole possession of last place. >> cards need to that's the theme, carson palmer is in concussion protocol. they're not going know if
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thursday. >> stanton will play if palmer doesn't. >> last game is behind and unfortunately, i didn't do what i hoped to do and what i thought i was going to do. now it's time to move on and prepare for san francisco and win a division game. >> we need good news. sun devils trying to shake off the loss and manny leaves limping and it's not, ucla this saturday at 7:30 p.m. >> it's not for an extended period of time. he's out of the his boot and that stuff. we'll see, the good news, it wasn't significant. >> yes, so that's good after a tough weekend. really was, thanks, next,
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sheriff paul babeu was headmaster at desisto school in massachusetts. a boarding school rife with abuse. a lot of things went down that probably shouldn't have. this isn't about abuse or neglect, because none of this was found. except these records show the state found it, and a judge ordered it to stop. the cornering, the sheeting, i didn't know how to live and function as a normal human being. i'll end with that, thank you so much.
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james p. walsh: to keep our community safe - we need a sheriff who will put fighting violent crime ahead of his own political agenda. paul penzone has been a decorated crime-fighter for over 20 years.
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paul penzone caught murderers, put drug kingpins behind bars, and created award-winning programs that protect our community. paul penzone... a new sheriff who will put our safety first. we hope you had weekend. paul horton is here. and days are getting shorter but a gorgeous shot.
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dew points are within the single digits. it feels perfect out there. keep in mind, your average high this time of year, around the mid 90s. nice to see the cooler weather. there's the sunsetting and temperatures in flagstaff, right near freezing and getting down to the 20s tonight. and 84 here and we've got a disturbance north of us and a few grand canyon closer to the flagstaff areas. lower 30s in flagstaff and 26 in the grand canyon. and temperatures drop to 62 for
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thursday. and friday, clouds and a slight chance of of a stray shower. our 7-day forecast, perfects, through thursday, temperatures in the 80s, and staying below average. >> thanks, over this rainy weekend, did you find yourself searching for something to watch? you're not alone, everybody find the movie or tv show you're looking for in a fraction of the time. >> alison strike, she loaves streaming movies on her smart tv. but she hates how long she spends searching. >> there's so much to watch an so much amazing stuff. >> increasing number of streaming services out there,
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minute a day looking for something to watch, so strike put down her remote and picked up her downloaded real good. it allows them to plug in a genre and shows where the movie is available. >> it will show you where it's playing, if it's on one service or multiple services or something rare, it's not anywhere. >> apple built in a search function for the apple tv. roku did the same. >> how big a difference is it for you? >> i think it's just made it easier. >> and alison now spends a fraction of the time she used to finding something to watch. here are the top stories on the monday, 7 construction
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this roof collapses at the a church under construction. two of the workers are seriously injured, one fell 12 feet. >> phoenix police trying to figure out how a woman's body ended up at a waste management facility. no obvious signs of trauma but they're working to figure out who she >> a little boy dies after being left in a jose garcia and monique avila were baby sitting and forgot he was in the backseat. >> a man approached a woman and asked to use her cell phone and beat and robbed her. they're looking for him, a
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and a shaved head. tonight, hillary clinton is holding a 5 point lead over trump. that's according to a poll by cnn, trump was leading but clinton has had a huge boost in voter support. connect with us, and share your story with us, hash tag, cbs 5az, that's going to do it for us. scott pelley is up next with "cbs
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? ? ? captioning sponsored by cbs >> pelley: the debate breaks the tie. our first post-debate poll shows clinton taking the lead, as leaked tax returns give her newt ammunition against trump. >> what kind of genius loses $1 billion in a single year? >> i have legally us t benefit of my companies. >> pelley: also tonight, hurricane matthew batters the caribbean. we'll tell you where it's headed. police give themselves a strategic advantage to catch distracted drivers. >> you have to pay over $100, so don't look at your phone! >> pelley: and, she rose from poverty to the top of her game,

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