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remarks said there's nothing to apologize for. he claims this is all just a big misunderstanding. >> he was on camera chanting what many believe was jew s.a. and everyone else was chanting usa. >> he claims he was not saying >> they're saying i'm a racist. phoenix painter said he was misunderstood, i never went on an anti-semitic rant. >> it has nothing to do with the jews. i was speaking spanish.
>> but cell phone video captured him making this comment about the jewish people. >> at first he said he didn't say we're run by jews. >> maybe they have some part of it. not all, just the ones who own it. >> regardless, trump's campaign manager admonished his antics. >> would you call him reflect or campaign or candidate. >> he wears as a badge of honor. >> are you deplorable. >> yes, and proud of it. >> absolutely. >> absolutely. >> proud to be deplorable. >> i want to note, they have been reports of jewish reporters being harassed but his campaign manager said it's not representing a large
attend the events. department of child services for the first time, there are fewer kids in foster care, kids waiting placement kept climbing for years but after topping out at 19,000 kids, we're now down to just over 18,000. the backlog of inactive cases is expected to be up today by januar may appeal the ruling denying the expansion of the 20 2. they said it will desecrate land that's sacred to the community. the judge denied the request to halt construction but the community leaders are weighing their options but may seek an injunction.
loose in chandler. two homes under construction went up in flames and they were intentional. >> fire investigators here in the east valley have definitely been very busy in recent days. just this past weekend, two homes under construction were intentionally torched in this brand new chandler subdivision near gilbert rd. they were right across the street from one another. and they're arson-caused. and one destroyed a nearly completed home and another gutted a garage and caused extensive damage as well. the two fires ignited friday night and investigators tell us one witness did spot two young men leaving the scene.
individuals and they appeared to be juveniles. that's all we have. >> fire investigators processing the scene and photographing what appeared to be footprints with halloween this evening, law enforcement on alert but investigators telling us, they do not believe these two fires, they don't believe they're la couple of weeks ago. all of these fires now under investigation. and we're going to continue to monitor them. >> the sun is starting to set tonight. keep it safe. watch out for those trick-or- treaters. dealing with clouds and
and 83 degrees, winds are light at 5-10 miles per hour and if you're heading out, sunset is 5:37 and temperatures out there in the 70s. and 7-day planner is coming up in a few minutes. well, buying a house is a real nightmare and the home loans and maybe ghosts? just in time for halloween, resource you have if you think your house is haunted. >> roots to the old wild west. arizona has some of the most haunted place in the country. about if your home is overrun with ghosts, what can you do? >> when watching your favorite movie, do you find yourself shouting at the screen just leave! unfortunately, in the real
>> client contacted me after we closed and found out there was a death in the property but it had to occur over 10 years ago. >> a potentially haunted house is known as a stigmatized property. disclosure laws vary. most require seller to see listen physical defects but when it comes to emotional defects, it's buyer beware. >> it's giving me >> how? >> no matter how gruesome, you can find someone who about buy the house. but in the "ghostbusters" ruling, the court gave them the money back. it was reported as haunted and it affected its value. visit died in house.com. and for a price, you can find out if any murders or suicides or deaths happened on the property. >> i checked out the website.
a violent one can decrease the value by 25% an increase the time to sell, 50% longer than other homes. it costs $11.99 for a single se paul babeu is abusive. physical and sexual abuse at a boarding school. woman: a school that used to be run by pinal county sheriff paul babeu. disturbing. man: babeu's school was unlicensed, abusive, and dangerous. woman: paul babeu exposed in a damning home video. man: congressional candidate not only ran a boarding school rife with abuse, he supported the abusive practices
vo: 13 year-old sabrina told a school counselor she was raped by her uncle. her counselor called sheriff joe arpaio's office. but arpaio failed to protect her. for three more years, sabrina's uncle continued to rape her - and arpaio did nothing. rapes, assaults, even child molestation, remain uninvestigated, while arpaio focuses arpaio talks tough,
just a week from tomorrow, arizona voters will decide whether or not to legalize recreational marijuana. if passed, what impact will it have on crime in the up at 5 news at 10:00. >> there's an app to keep track of your kids tonight. >> it's called family signal and you can set a geo fence. and there's another one of
on candy this year. $30 per house old. >> they'll spend a billion dollars on costume. >> all of that candy goes on clearance and you can score deals and more than 50% all of. >> after 11 years t princess has been dethroned as the most popular. the bestseller is superheros. >> and krispy kreme has a special deal, if you wear a
this is talking stick resort. they've got the side of their building lit up, this is all led. if you've not seen it, it's cool. they do it for the holidays. spiders and bats. look at that. those are awesome. >> okay, and pumpkin carving isn't rocket science but nobody bothered look at the crazy creations that the scientists cooked up. those are all pumpkins. they did the spooky ones. and "star wars" and pac-man and even the presidential election. >> i want to know who won. >> was there a ceremony? >> call it all good. >> they've got time on their
>> the entire week off for the cardinals and the injuries. and they need to heal up because he's going on ir with a torn tricep. a good week to get a week off. we need to heal, we've got physical games coming up. we went through two physic games. and rally the guys that can play. >> this play hurt. >> palmer's pass ruled a fumble and bruce said there was a problem inside of the stadium with instant replay and was being fixed when it occurred. the cards, they got hosed but
and it's an oops moment. bledsoe took to the floor with his name misspelled. >> i got to play four seasons, i guess. [laughter]. >> i didn't play last season so they forgot about me. >> glad he can laugh. the suns are up against the warriors, before kevin closed it. they're at the clippers tonight. and a questionable t suns haven't won yet but have hung with good teams. baby steps this season. >> finally, too good not to show you, the lion king cam. if you go to the game, bring a baby. they play simba and all kids love it and hold up your baby. it's a very entertaining thing they have inside the arena.
big night for trick-or- treaters and there's going to be cooler temperatures. live look from our weather bug. you can see the san francisco peaks in the distance. love the orange out there. perfect for a evening. and temperatures right now, sitting at 83 and average is around lower 80s. we're going it see cooler weather rolling in. winds at 5-10 miles per hour. we're going it deal with the off and on cloud cover. and even up north across the grand canyon. a chance of rainfall later often. and it's going to be a large area of low pressure. look at the counter clockwise
in california. and 8:30, for us clearing skies and a pretty nice tuesday, just cooler temperatures. highs will be below average for tomorrow and a chance of rain rolls in, wednesday night into thursday. and our forecast, those drop down to 62 and 35 for a low and 42 in prescott and here's that 7-day forecast. temperatures in the 50s and tuesday and into wednesday and best chance of rainfall, thursday and friday and then partly cloudy temperatures in the 60s on saturday. and for us, 82 tomorrow. and then a chance of rain, 20% on thursday. and then saturday, cave creek, the wild west days and the big parade from 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. always a good time and highs close to 90 by sunday.
>> last minute merges on highways are blamed for road rage. but engineers are now encouraging drivers to use that so-called zipper merge. drivers wait until the final moments to join a single lane of traffic before those construction zones. this controversial move is explained. >> i stay in that lane and then i merge. >> can you blame her? >> when the other cars lineup in the right lane all empty pavement just sitting there. now traffic engineers say go, use it. so it's okay to cut? >> it's okay to take turns. >> kansas is one of 8 states to try the zipper merge system. >> the state department of transportation asked drivers to use both lanes and and take turns. >> it brings predictability to
through the work zone in peak traffic and you can see the cars move and come together like a zipper. >> and it includes 50% shorter lines, a reduction in speeds around construction workers and drivers report less anxiety and frustration. >> some aren't convinced. caltrans sas continues to encourage drivers to merge early. >> we don't want those people to cut in at the very last second. it leads to road rage and sudden braking. a causes a collision. >> do you see a day where the zipper merge is the norm? >> yes, just one of those
top stories, hillary clinton will be here at asu and it will happen on the fields, doors open at 3:30 and she'll be on the stage at 630. a father of five shot and killed. 33-year-old floyd wimbush broke up an argument. the man left but not before opening three people shot including wimbush. they described the shooter as 5'6" and driving a black infinity. >> they may appeal the ruling stopping the loop 202
sacred l land. finally, a thrilling might for the obamas, they celebrated their final halloween at the white house with the flash mob dance. michael jackson's thriller. the president and first lady handed out goodies and visitors walked by a story-themed lawn. more than 4,000 people are expected to visit the white house for halloween this year. >> nice they were handing the candy in person. >> be careful, a lot of trick- or-treaters on the roadways. see you at 6:30, have a safe night everyone. your online home for free news
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officer. if the president gave the order we had to launch the missiles, that would be it. i prayed that call would never come. [ radio chatter ] self control may be all that keeps these missiles from firing. [ sirens blearing ] i would bomb the [ beep] out of them. i want to be unpredictable. i love war. the thought of donald trump with nuclear weapons scares me to death.
paul babeu is abusive. physical and sexual abuse
at a boarding school. woman: a school that used to be run by pinal county sheriff paul babeu. disturbing. man: babeu's school was unlicensed, abusive, and dangerous. woman: paul babeu exposed in a damning home video. man: congressional candidate not only ran a boarding school rife with abuse, he supported the abusive practices and even bragged about them.
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