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memorial. >> just a sad thing, one of the most honest and caring people. >> candles and flowers don't come close to healing the loss. >> he was having his date night at the break room bar with his wife and stepped outside to smoke. he noticed an argument between three guys and the bouncer and one couldn't get in didn't have his id. >> my brother stepped in and calmed them down and talked to other guys, they left. >> they drove away and someone started shooting. a female customer and a man selling items was shot. >> and one man died.
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forward. >> witnesses described the shoot erat 5'6" and last seen driving a black infinity. if you have information. call silent witness.. that deadly shooting is not connected at this point to the serial killer here. phoenix police are searching for him 2000bmwp if you know about the cases call silent when. >> there remains a $75,000 reward and you can remain anonymous. >> a student burned by a hot machete is pressing charges. and the suspect and the victim
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>> they're honor students here at this high school and hang out with the same group of friends. apparently a dozen of them were at a camp trip and this alleged assault took place. we want to show you a picture of the mark. her 17-year-old classmate held a machete over the fire and placed the blade on the suspect is a varsity football player and the incident didn't happen on campus or at a school- sanctioned event but he was benched for violating the code of ethics. >> this was a heated, 18-inch
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our daughter. that's assault. not a fistfight. those aren't angry words, it's an assault and the district is not wanting to proceed with anything. >> the parents are upset that the young man was still allowed to wear his jersey and take part of in the festivities of the football game, the last game of the and against their arch rivals. they believe additional punishment is warranted. they'll turnover the report to the juvenile court for possible charge. developing tonight, a fire bug is responsible for setting two homes on fire. this happened on late friday or
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damaged the garage and parts of that home. both were just across the street, same neighborhood. >> we're upset. how is that fun to burn down a house? and destroy a community. >> there may be two individuals and they're appearing valleys. we're told these juveniles. on the campaign trail, hillary clinton will be hosting a rally at asu op wednesday. she'll speak at the sun devil fitness complex. doors open at 3:30. running mate will be in phoenix on thursday holding a rally in
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you need to send in your ballots by tomorrow. that's according to the record er's office. they're taking longer to deliver mail. they want to make sure your ballot is delivered in time. they must be received by next tuesday. you might get mail. and one flier has people upset. it shows neighbors how often they vote. >> we get election fliers in the mail and most of us throw them out. but there's one making its way around that has voters mad. she got a flier she wasn't happy about, it's a voter report card and it gave everyone a letter grade based
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the flier was sent out by the republican party to put peer pressure on folks and make sure they vote in the election. voters tell us, it's nobody else's business whether she votes or not and this kind of information should not be mailed out. >> that's big brother watching you. i think they misused the information and shouldn't do it. this technique gets the attention of people and that's hard to do. >> the spoke person said they have received some complaints but they want to get attention and encourage them to vote. it's public record whether someone has voted in an
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voted for. >> usa! and it sounds like he's saying jew sa. >> why he claimed no one was offended. >> he retired before getting fired. a phoenix police officer no longer on the force. for his troubled record. >> and rescued from rush hour traffic. a boy rides his toy car into the middle of a street.
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usa! >> he chanted in phoenix overred weekend. but he didn't offend anyone because it was an anti-semitic rant. >> it doesn't have anything to do with the jews. i was speaking spanish. and when you pronounce it in spanish, it sounds like jew s.a. >> misunderstanding but the trump campaign didn't agree. the campaign manager said his behavior doesn't represent a large majority of the people attending his events. all new, a phoenix police officers arrests for domestic violence two years ago now cost
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secretly fed him drugs, that same girlfriend accused him of domestic violence two years ago when they were in sedona. he received a 24-hour suspension and then returned to work. he was a 20 year veteran of the department. next, kung fu panda. one man's lesson after he jumped into a exhibit and up that large, wild animal. >> i found myself wanting to go running after work. >> the creative program where employees are forced to move
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i'm tom o'halleran, and i approve this messsage. paul babeu oversaw a place of horrors as headmaster of a school for at-risk youth. and were subject to sexual abuse. arizona deserves better. arizona's largest newspapers endorse tom o'halleran for congress. "the republic" says, "elect tom o'halleran. his words match his work." and "the daily star" said, "o'halleran puts the common good above party politics.
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caught on camera, never mess with a sleeping panda. do we have to tell you? >> a man in china poked the animal his leg and wrestled him. man escaped an jump into the exhibit to show off his female friends. >> not the most brilliant move. >> caught on camera, look at this, a police officer saved the child riding his toy car in the middle of rush hour traffic. he's going the wrong way. no one did anything until you
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stops the traffic and he gets that boy to safety. there's no word on where his parents were when this started. but he was later reunited with his mother. >> last minuter merges on highway construction zones are to blame for road rage. but some are encouraging drivers to use the zipper merge. they join a single lane at the least moment before a studios show it leads to shorter lines and reduces speed but not everyone is convinced. caltrans, they urge people to merge early. >> we don't want them to cut in at the last second. it can lead to sudden braking and road rage.
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that encourage zipper merging. this is extremely clear surveillance, of a man police said committed forgery. it was back in may as the desert schools credit union. he waits and smiles to the teller. the problem is, the police said the check was forged. the teller cashed the check and they took the n out. >> the suspect is described at a black male, 40s, larger build, a stubble beard and a dark t-shirt and a toothpick in his mouth and a warrant out for this man, he's 31 and 6'4" and black hair and brown eyes. tattoos on his chest and arms, wanted for probation violation.
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exploitation and they're looking for this man. he's 5'10" and 170 pounds and gray hair and hazel eyes. wanted for a violatelation of violation of probation for burglary charges. >> if you want to join in the hunt, and help cops, download our free cbs 5 news app click on the manhunt monday section. officer workers got tired of their 9-5 desk jobs so their boss started a new walk and talk program, this is in london. they're an auditing firm and they're paired up by computer, they hold 30 minute mobile meetings and walk and talk about anything from projects to
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outside, where it's more informal and more relaxed. >> health experts recommend 30 minutes of moderate exercise a day and they help meet that goal. the spirit of halloween came to the hospital today. the 11th annual celebration was held by home smart, 150 patients in the it and trick-or-treat. >> that's why we make sure this is normal and they have fun and everybody that is coming out here, they have an opportunity to be here. and they enjoy being with the kids. >> home smart said more than half their staff came out an participated. the kids got to decorate pumpkins and have their faces painted.
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halloween. there's the sunset. nice orange colors. the kids, they're going to be hopped up on sugar. are you ready? >> get ready. it's going to be a long night. >> and the poor teachers tomorrow. goodness. let's talk about that forecast. and great pictures on social media. all of the great sunsets. here's the pumpkin. don't put your pumpkin out there temperatures. there are problems. we had 100 last week and today, and the rest of the workweek, it will stay close to average. 83 is the average. and now, 81, winds at 10 miles per hour. and few high, thin clouds and gorgeous sunset. and off and on clouds tomorrow. and good deal of showers around northern california tomorrow.
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the country and brings us rain wednesday evening, and we'll see 10-20% chance of showers on thursday. we'll keep updated. >> kids are heading out and temperatures should be comfortable. and look, temperatures dropping down to 62, and 35 in flagstaff and 7-day planner, 82 for tomorrow. and then we'll see rest of the workweek. and light rain and then a warm up over the weekend. everything you need to know, that's next in the
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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 on his personal agenda. arpaio talks tough,
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i spent many years as a nuclear missile launch 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. it should scare everyone. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. tonight, at 10:00, supporters of legalizing
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alcohol. but will it makes the community safer or bring more crime? >> in colorado, and washington, we've seen the cartels are moving in. there are lessons we can learn from other state, that's at 10:00. police are looking for the gunmen who shot three people and killed one of bar. relatives said 33-year-old floyd was hit after breaking up a fight. two house fires in chandler are from an arsonist. it happened friday or saturday morning. both homes are across the street from each other. witnesses said they saw two male teens leaving the scene. hillary clinton is trying to turn arizona blue for the
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fitness complex. doors will open at 3:30 p.m. and the event start at 6:30 p.m. and connect with us and share your story by using the hash tag, cbs 5az. >> and check this out. halloween isn't just for the kids. pets dressed up. a costume contest in san antonio, texas. it helps a organization there. hundreds of pampered pooches took part. little royalty and police dogs too, you got it all. >> that's a lot. >> drive slow out there, there are limit kids out there. see you at 10:00, have a great halloween. cbs 5, your online home for free news an information, brought to you by
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e ordeder 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. it should scare everyone.
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oh, you're, uh... having the last slice of pie, huh? yes, i had a hankering for a midnight snack. yeah, me too. uh... i guess i'll just have an apple. that's nature's dessert right there. so you're up late, huh? yes, uh, just working on my app, had a couple of glitches. sometimes it's overwhelming. re creating your own app. and you're marrying my daughter. you got a lot going on. i-i'm amazed at how you balance it all, how you do that, you know? it's really nice to hear you say that. i -- sometimes i feel like i'm on an island. actually, you are. it's long island. but you said something about a-a glitch or something like that? oh, yes, well, uh, what i'm working with here is, uh -- it's a new technology, but with any program, okay, once you fix one set of code, it triggers another problem...
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e dominoes. oh, yeah, perfect analogy, mr. gable. yeah. right. but the good part is that once i'm done... right. ...i am ready to beta test. [ chuckles ] wow. now, what's all that about? oh, well, i can show you that. uh, you see, there is a small control group, okay, and they will have access to your product. and you can see what aspects are working, what parts need to be improved, and then that's -- that's all you have there. [ muffled ] that is ama-- i mean, it's... oh, yeah. if -- if you ever want, please, come by the garage tomorrow. i can -- i can show you. i would love t-- i go to check 'cause i got a thing with the thing, but, uh, yeah, maybe i'll do that. i'll look into that. it sounds great. all right. fantastic. thank you, mr. gable. you have a lovely night. mm-hmm. [ chuckles ] he ate my pie. ? i am not your ordinary guy ? mr. gable, happy all hallow's eve. wow.

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