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long, not just in chandler. in tempe, the line out the door of the library, the wait: three hours. >> make some changes! so people will be -- won't be frustrated. >> that woman waited for 90 minutes. of course all this we saw lines for blocks in the presidential preference election in march. voters wait the more than five thundershowers cast their votes -- hours to cast their votes. >> voters are now very concerned and worried about what we will see at the polls on tuesday. >> let me just say the voting
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we're seeing people waiting in line for hours just to cast an early ballot. so voters don't have a lot of confidence this election is going to run very smoothly. this as we expect a big election day push on tuesday officials expect about 460,000 stroerts show up tuesday -- voters to show up tuesday. for anyone that wants to give themselves the best chance at avoiding potential lines, officials are recommending that they avoid peak voting hours at the polls. they run from 6:00 am when the polls open to 9:00 am, as well as from the lunch rush, 11:00 am to 1:00 pm, and finally the drive home from 4:00 pm to
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will be 725 voting stations, much more than the early voting stations. >> it seems with half of voters in the county having already voted sxshlgs more than 700 -- and more than 700 moeling places, this -- polling places, this has to go smoother. >> the there were only 60 polling locations set up for that presidential preference election. however it is a lot lower voter turnout than what we expect come tuesday. tonight a furthermore court has blocked -- federal court has blocked an arizona law which
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early ballots. it means groups can go door to door to collect ballots from voters. a terror suspect who the f.b.i. says plotted attacks in the valley and will be going t courtroom. >> reporter: chan has a large and supportive family, and this case is the first of its kind. the arizona attorney general was also there. chan has become the first person convicted and sentenced for state terrorism charges in arizona. >> plans were exchanged to build bombs. instructions were
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>> reporter: prosecutors sought the maximum, 14 years in prison, and is lifetime probation. khan pleaded guilty to terrorism and conspiracy. he plotted to attack a motor vehicle office in the valley, and other targets in the state to kill innocent people in support of isis. >> he is a person who wants to hurt other people. >> reporter: the judge is heard from many of his family who described him as having mental health issues but being loving and kind. t show their faces. >> i think it is intertiv that everyone in this room knows that he is not the criminal these charges have painted him out to be. >> i miss him so much. >> reporter: arizona's attorney general believes justice was served. >> the key was the lifetime probation. now once this
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ensure he's not getting back into that jihadist livelihood. >> reporter: while he sympathies with the family and their son's instability, he believes the work the f.b.i. and his office did prevented an attack that could have cost innocent live officials believe new york, texas, and virginia, possible targets monday. they're assessing the credibility. the f.b.i. in arizona is not standing down. >> our priority will remain to prevent any act and to also address these matters where it could be a potential threat to the citizens in our communities. >> reporter: it's not unusual
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to significant events. officials say it's important to investigate all potential threats. learning new details tonight about the brutal kidnapping in south carolina. the suspect actually served time for kidnapping right here in arizona. 45-year-old todd christopher cole appeared before a south carolina judge for the first time today found the woman chained inside a storage container on his property. authorities also found human remains there. the bodies have yet to be identified. investigators say she saw him shoot and kill her boyfriend. >> we're not done here. we're not gonna be done here until we r we're 100% sure that we don't have anymore evidence everto go
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other victims. police say a second teenager has been arrested. >> reporter: it all started in this home just before 9:00 this morning. a man who lives with his brother and his brother's family returns to the residence after running some errands, only to find who young men inside burglarizing the place. the man told he he got his gun and fired at the intruders, apparently striking a 15-year-old male. the two burglars however got away.
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reported a young man with a gunshot wound leading police to this nearby home where one young man was taken into custody while the wounded 15-year-old rushed to the hospital with what is described as two gunshot wounds to the back >> you never know what's gonna happen. >> reporter: the west valley plan who fired the shots did not want to speak on camera today. throughout the day, he has been cooperating with phoenix police. police continue their
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the site of last year's terror attack in paris is set to reopen. >> and it seems like a tosz up vo: 13 year-olin lor 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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the pipeline which exploded earlier this week in alabama is
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they have been dealing with a gas shortage since monday's explosion. the arvada theater where 89 people were killed is set to reopen. sting will perform the first show which is set for november twelveth. the celebration of the century: hundreds of thousands turned out for this parade in the windy city celebrate the cubs' first before you vote, we're gonna tell you about the effort to legalize recreational marijuana that no one has talked about: how the law will affect
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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move.
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>> reporter: from fires to explosions, the effects can be devastating. a new type of drug lab is surging in popular. butane is used to strip the narcotic part of marijuana off the plant. what's left over, a potent oil that gives users a longer lasting, more intense high. >> it's enough to make two people high for three hours. >> reporter: the labs are
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gas can pool. any spark, even static liquid, can lead to an -- static electricity, can lead to an explosion. >> reporter: prop 205 drops the penalty for the labs from a class 2 felony that can carry up to 12.5 years in prison to a class 6, which is often negotiated down to a misdemeanor and a fine. >> we are saying we don't think serious. >> reporter: chemical extraction labs are being busted in the valley on almost ly basis -- weekly basis. both california and colorado increased their penalties. laws were changed after more than 30 explosions were linked to labs
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in california, one hospital treated 68 children for burns from these labs in three years. >> what is all this equipment? >> this is some of the equipment that we have recovered. >> reporter: think of the labs like a meth lab next door. >> as explosive if not more. >> if you reduce the penalty, won't that increase the likelihood? >> no. all they have to do is get a business license. and that's a low burden. >> reporter: attorney ryan hurley backs prop 205 remember a different part of the law would
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people would risk labs in their homes if they could operate legitimate businesses. >> $15 for a license. you think anybody -- $15,000 for a license, do you think anybody is gonna pay that? >> if they're facing a year and a half in prison, absolutely. >> reporter: prop 205 legalizes recreational marijuana but the way the law is written affects prosecuting duis for underaged possession. we have done a series of reports that you can find with this story right now on the cbs5 mobile app. donald trump jr. is back in our state today. he talked in gilbert, trying to get last-minute support for his father. he talked to a crowd of people at the water tower plaza this morning. this is the second time in eight days that he has visited arizona. since his last visit, his message has not changed. he told the crowd his
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ballot ready to leave the country. >> they're afraid he's gonna do what he's gonna do and guess what. i've seen aim always do what he says he's gonna do. low pressure >> he talked about how his dad will create jobs. the presidential race is now in the homestretch. >> reporter: making a final pitch for votes that will decide the outcome of the election. clinton argued trump's temperament disqualifies him for the job. >> he has a long history of insulting people. >> reporter: both candidates relying on their strongest attacks. >> how can hillary manage this
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manage her e-mail? >> reporter: >> donald trump wants to try and turn out what he's been calling his silent majority. hillary clinton >> reporter: president obama fired up voters in north carolina. >> i'm asking you to just make sure that everybody you know is going out to vote. >> reporter: both candidates are hoping for a strong ground game in the homestretch. 82% are disgusted by the presidential campaign. >> weather in arizona will not be an excuse for why you don't get out and vote on tuesday. here's the planner, 60s, 70s by lunch hour, and heading into the afternoon, temperatures in the 80s with clear skies and sunshine. our numbers for today,
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still seeing some shower activity around the state. here's what's happening. the low will continue to make its way toward the north northeast, settling in right over colorado as we head into saturday. so a little bit of some cloud cover and a little moisture left into this saturday. the valley started to dry out and will continue to dry out as the warmer air sinks into our area. here's what we can expect for this weekend. our overnight temperatures are going to be sitting in the 50s, in the 60s for most nights. tomorrow, first saturday, 83 the expected high
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scottsdale and 82 for us in glendale. as we head into our sunday, 86 is the expected high. starts a gradual warmup into our tuesday. 87 will be the high. after that, wednesday through friday, back down into the low 50s. prop 206 would raise the
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is messsage. paul babeu oversaw a place of horrors as headmaster of a school for at-risk youth. students were denied basic human rights 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. tom o'halleran -- a leader we can trust. the first tree of what will soon be the floor of the ncaa final four. it was cut down today in michigan. took me a while to put that together. [ laughter ]
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be played here at the university of phoenix stadium in glendale. >> that's kind of neat. >> oak , oak tree probably, hard wood out there. maple? anyone? [ laughter ] >> we'll get you answers. >> tweet them and let them know. [ laughter ] the high school football playoffs kick off tonight. >> at williams field high school where the blackhawks are hosting happy friday! [ chanting ] [ crowd noise ] >> reporter: y friday to you! here with the lovely blackhawks cheerleaders. [ cheering and applause ] >> reporter: beautiful , smart, intelligent, they've got it all. fivea playoffs -- 5a playoffs kick off tent. what a great season for the blackhawks owner steve campbell, a record of 10 and 0 for the first time since 2010.
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chaparral firebirds, a team up and down season, a record of 5 and 5, a team they beat in the regular season, 40-21. >> i'm really proud of the boyce, proud of what they've accomplished at this point this year. we have not reached our ultimately goal, and we have a lot of work to get there. we're gonna need some guys to step up. we're banged up at some positions tonight. so we're gonna need some guys to take on bigger roles than they've taken to step up and shut down offense. >> reporter: both teams have outstanding quarterbacks for the blackhawks, zach shepherd, 21 touchdowns on the year. 2 picks for the firebirds. grayson barry, 21 touchdowns over 2,000 yards. highlights coming later tonight. look at the faces! the faces, parents, and kids
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[ chanting ] >> reporter: they got the skill there, guys! back to you. >> they're great! thanks, joe! >> hoping for a good game. apparently it's maplewood. [ laughter ] >> here's your all-ne
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but also to our local communities and economy. georgia lord: senator john mccain has been a powerful advocate for the base, taking a bipartisan approach when securing the fighter pilot training program. lisa lundskow: thousands of jobs depend on luke. without john mccain's leadership and experience - we could have lost many of those jobs. georgia lord: without question, senator mccain's leadership has made arizona and america stronger. john mccain: i'm john mccain and i approved this message. paul babeu is abusive. n: 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. paul babeu is unfit to represent us. house majority pac is responsible
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