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12news at 10:00 with mark, vanessa, caribe, and coop starts right now. >> breaking news right donald trump releasing a video statement moments ago apologizing for a decade old audio tape that surfaced in which he is heard making crude vulgar comments about women including how he gropes them. >> some of the language you are about to hear may be offensive. >> i need some tictacs in case i start kissing her. i'm automatically attracted to beautiful. i just start kissing. and when you are a star, they let you do it. you can do anything.
[bleep] >> that conversation was recorded on a hot microphone in 2005 in an access hollywood bus. >> he was just eight months into his marriage to his third wife melania and telling billy bush and others how he tried to seduce a married woman. >> and tonight, inside trump tower, the republican presidential candidate posted this message. >> anyone who knows me knows these words don' am. i said it. i was wrong. and i apologize. i
pledge to be a better man tomorrow. and will never ever let you down. let's be honest. we are living in the real world. this is nothing more than a distraction from the important issues we are facing today. i have said some foolish things but there is a big difference between the records and actions of other people. bill clinton has abused women
bullied, attacked, shamed, and intimidated his victims. we will discuss this more in the coming days. see you at the
debate on sunday. >> political insider brahm resnik had a chance to ask clinton's vp pick tim kaine what he thought about the lewd comment here a few hours ago in a one on one interview. >> reporter: tim kaine condemned donald trump's comments but was not surprised on them. he called senator john mccain a very specific question about trump. tim kaine got a laugh from democratic volunteers. >> it has been a weird week. [ laughter ] >> reporter: but hillary clinton's running mate said he meant it in a good way. donald trump's disturbing comments were a gift to the democratic ticket. >> you know, on the one hand that he said absolutely horrible things about women, is not a complete surprise. but, it is just like there is no bottom to this guy.
trump but has refeuds to answer questions about the republican nominee's
behavior issued this statement tonight. there are no excuses for donald trump's offensive and demeaning comments. no woman should ever be victimized by this kind of inappropriate behavior. he alone bears the burden of his conduct and alone should suffer the consequences. the virginia senator said mccain's statement was not good enough. >> condemning the comment is one thing. but, do you still think he is qualified to be president of the united ? elected official supporting him. >> reporter: senator jeff flake tweeted he had enough. america deserves far better than donald trump, flake said. as the week ended, kaine wondered if the weirdness was over. >> when you think it has gotten as bad as it can get, it goes further. >> reporter: tim kaine is in arizona for a fundraiser saturday morning. polls show arizona is a toss up in the presidential race.
among the top 12 states they targeted. in the live alert center, brahm resnik, 12news. >> thank you brahm. meanwhile, the clinton campaign is dealing with its own controversy surrounding the former secretary of state's use of a private e-mail server. >> newly released e-mail shows senior white house officials were in close contact with clinton's campaign last year about the political fallout. >> it is hard to believe we are only 31 days away from the presidential election. mail-in voting is about to start in the valley. donald trump is about to go face to face with hillary clinton in the second debate. it is this sunday in saint louis. you can watch it live on digital 12.2. and stream it on 12news.com. and then on 12news at 10:00, our debate panel gives us instant assessment on how the candidates did. more mud slinging tonight in the race for maricopa county sheriff with new accusation ifs both camps.
concerns about campaign contributions his competitor received from two phoenix new times owners now charged with sex trafficking related crimes. >> the $12,500 in contributions came from michael lacey and james larkin who are facing charges for their involvement in backpage.com and its adult classified ads. >> when news broke about the back page case, he was made aware of the contributions and immediately directed his staff to refund the is vulnerable to identity theft because of attack ads by the arpaio campaign. his birth date, social security number and address were clearly visible. >> the arpaio campaign tells 12news including that information on the ad was an honest mistake and ended airing a week ago. in the interest of full disclosure, paul penzone once worked as a 12news security
the earthquake alert in southern california. a swarm of smaller quakes had people there on alert for days but they are not the only ones on shaky ground. people in the middle of the country are seeing a massive spike as quakes as well. >> it comes as fracking or drilling for oil increases. in a series we are calling verify road trip, dade schcter takes a look at if it is a coincidence. >> reporter: in the last five years, earthquakes in up 1,000%. the spike in quakes mirrors the rise of hydraulic fracturing. it is the new way to drill for oil and gas. we are doing more fracking, we are having more earthquakes. the question is, does fracking cause earthquakes? all right, ready to go? >> ready to go! >> reporter: m cia ha coleman is a mother of two who came on the road to ask her own questions and come to her own conclusions about fracking and earthquakes. >> it is a good idea
state side. but, you know, somewhat is it doing to our environment? >> you worried about that? >> yeah. >> reporter: to understand texas earthquakes better, we are not starting in texas. we are taking misha on a four hour trip to oklahoma. ? [ music ] ?? >> ? the wind comes sweeping down the plain ?? >> reporter: compared to texas, oklahoma has more fracking more earthquakes. >> the rumble felt more than four hours away. >> long sustained quake. >> reporter: just this month, a large oklahoma quake shook the ground all the way from texas to illinois. this latest quake was only slightly bigger than the previous state record set here in 2011. mary and joe reneaux were home for that one when their chimney collapsed onto the roof.
you see the walls cracking. >> what was the total damage in dollars? >> our policy was 209,000 and we maxed it out. >> wow. >> reporter: so here is how fracking works. drillers push fluid deep underground under very high pressure. that cracks the rock, the cracks unlock oil and gas trapped inside. the oil and gas then comes up to the surface. >> you think it related to the fracking? >> yeah. i think. i think it caused it. >> reporter: is that true? let's find out from an expert. jefferson chang is oklahoma's state seismologist. >> so, this is our study around the sensor. >> reporter: he shows us this highly sensitive earthquake monitoring station. it sends feedback back from the field to the office. >> so, if we shake it around
>> there it goes. yeah. >> oh wow, look at that. >> the question is, does fracking cause earthquakes? >> the absolute answer to that is yes. fracing does cause earthquakes. but, earthquakes that you will never feel. >> reporter: earthquakes you will never feel, he said, because they are so tiny. but people in oklahoma like mary and joe are certainly feeling some big ones so if it >> the new hypothesis is that it is not fracking, but, waste water disposal. >> reporter: he told us while fracking produces oil and gas, it also brings up massive amounts of underground water that is too dirty to drink. drillers inject that water back underground in waste water disposal wells. the u.s. government says those wells can cause earthquakes. oklahoma is trying to cut down
on injection wells. >> why do you think oklahoma is so proactive with implements these constraint ins. >> we need to come up with this balance so people can still make a living and people that live here can still feel safe in their homes. >> reporter: oklahoma, and the u.s. government, say injection wells cause earthquakes. let's go home now and see what texas has to say. the texas railroad commission regulates oil ryan it isen is a commissioner. he has certained his liveing in the industry. >> do you deny that there is a relationship between waste water disposal and earthquakes? >> i love that question. do you deny. >> there is no question there has been correlation. in other words, there are areas where there has been disposal wells. and, in which has been earthquakes. the challenge is, there is also areas where there are not correlations so, the scientist
>> reporter: in response to the quakes, t texas now collects more information from drillers on seismic events and the legislature has approved $4.5 million to further study the problem. >> here in oklahoma, they is have a reputation of being very proactive. what you are saying about texas is we are studying this and then we will come up with solutions. is there a big difference between the two states? >> we are taking different approaches because we have not seen the major up ti strong. our disposal processes are different. so we have had to take a more analytical approach. so yeah. we don't know the answer in texas. >> reporter: texas does not agree with oklahoma on the cause of earthquakes. but we can all agree no matter how small, it helps to know how one feels. so, last stop for us is the earthquake simulator at the
>> go ahead. give it a push. >> i get to ... [ laughter ] >> hey! wait! wait! oh! [ laughter ] >> we survived. >> yes, we did. >> do we get a t-shirt now? >> so, how do you process that? you go to oklahoma, they earthquakes. texas is saying we don't know. >> texas may be waiting to see the science. but i think sometimes science is catching up with what is happening in the world. instead of waiting on the science to catch up, we should be doing something proactively. >> can you walk out of here and say it is verified? fracing causing earthquakes? >> i put my stamp on it dave. verified. >> okay, i got a stamp on it. [ laughter ]
says we need more science, misha has seen enough to be convinced. she now believes waste water injection wells, part of the fracking process, are causing earthquakes. but don't take my word for it. take hers. 12news at 10:00 just getting started. >> hurricane matthew is now a category 2 storm. but that is no reason to relax. >> the red sea shows up to a pinked out stadium. >> p from the best high school football in the valley. >> and we are counting down to jimmy. >> hey guys, tyler perry is my guest. and we have abigail spencer. music from van morrison. thank you notes. medea. get a phone call from donald trump. don't change the channel. it's good. >> 12news at 10:00 will be back
breaking news as 11 million people are under a hurricane warning in the southeast. >> hurricane matthew has wrecked florida and is now taking aim at georgia and the carolinas. >> jay gray is there in daytona beach florida to see what the storm has done. >> reporter: tonight, matthew continues its assault on the southeast coast. >> we have seen hurricane force winds of over 100 miles an hour. >> reporter: the first hit was florida. violent winds rain sideways and a massive storm surge moving the ocean inland and into homes. >> oh hi gosh guys we should back away. >> reporter: the conditions have been brutal. flood waters swallowing trees and cars. homes and businesses across the strike zone battered and torn apart. more than a million homes don't have power right now. that number expected to climb as matthew turns its attention to georgia and the carolinas. >> we still have hurricane warnings and storm surge
>> reporter: charleston could see some of the worst of it. [ knock at door ] >> fire department! >> reporter: firefighters going door to door urging families to join the hundreds of thousands who have already moved to higher ground. but now, with the storm churning close tore the shoreline, the time to move out is running out. >> the best thing now is to hunker down. stay in a safe place. don't move. don't try to move around. >> reporter: as matthew moves in. jay gr beach. >> the storm is expected to continue to hug the coast and cause major problems across the region through the weekend. but, as meteorologist matt pace explains, it could be downgraded to a category 1 by tomorrow. >> that's right. one of the main reasons for this is the storms really need to be over to water to really keep the energy going and a lot of the it is over the land from north carolina all the way back
to be very strong. if you are in this red area, that is where the hurricane force winds are. they are all offshore. you can see charleston will experience very strong winds that will go right up to myrtle beach before it finally moves off the coast and begins to weaken as it wraps back around toward florida. but here in the valley, we also have a chance of rain in our forecast as well. not anywhere near strong only a 30% chance of rain out there. 78 degrees by 6:00. we are going to bump that up to about a 40% chance of rain by at fact. we could see some strong thunderstorms out there as well. here is a look at the seven day forecast. you see we are going to warm back up to 96 degrees guys. by monday and tuesday. >> thank you matt. we are counting down to jimmy with less than 15 minutes to go until the tonight show kicks off right after 12news at 10:00. >> jimmy's guests will be tyler perry, abigail spencer who stars on nbc's timeless. >> here is a quick exclusive
reaching out to african- american and women voters by calling them himself. we got footage to his phone call of an african-american woman and it is fascinating stuff. [ phone ringing ] >> who is calling? [ laughter ] >> hello? >> congratulations. you are speaking with donald trump. >> i know damn well you ain't calling. how did you get my number? >> i'm making cold calls to unci the first name on the list. i would like to conduct a quick survey with you. you mind if i ask questions? >> yes mind. good-bye. >> perfect. first question, what is your biggest concern this election? >> that is is simple. you are my biggest concern. next question please. >> i can't wait to see the rest of that. >> i love medea. >> another thing we are counting to is friday night fever. >> tonight only on 12news, our arizona cardinals make an extra special appearance. stepping foot on a high school football field.
kennedy shows us, the cause, very near and dear to their hearts. kevin? >> reporter: greenway high school didn't win on the field tonight, but boy, did they come up big in this community with help from the arizona cardinals. the school paid tribute to several women who fought breast cancer. [ cheers and applause ] >> in the stands. and on the field. on this night, greenway high turned pink. >> i just think it is great that the whole community is coming together. >> reporter: an entire stad remembering others. a tradition that started six years ago. >> she was a mom to a lot of people. i felt that same way. just the nicest woman ever. and people just loved her. >> reporter: judy dixon was a secretary at greenway for 27 years passing away in 2010. >> she is still in our hearts and our minds every day. >> reporter: lori myers also a secretary at greenway diagnosed
>> reporter: there were surgeries, chemo. lots of prayers. a year after being diagnosed her cancer was in remission. >> that moment is music to your ears. >> reporter: the journey for virginia goes back 36 years. she still remembers hearing the words you have cancer. >> i cried. i cried. a lot. it scared me. i thought maybe my life was over. >> reporter: turns out, it was not even halfway done. one of her sons, now the golf coach at gr sons standing by their moms as a community honors those here and those lost. >> it means a lot, being able to honor the women. >> reporter: if we all stand together, we can make a difference. almost all of us know someone who has fought cancer. kudos to greenway high school. and, the arizona cardinals. and a big shout-out to every woman out there who is battling or has battled breast cancer. kevin kennedy, 12news at 10:00.
thank you kevin. a quick reminder, the susan g. komen race is happening. join us as we support the race. you can still register right now at komenarizona.org. they don't know what is coming! let's show them! >> how is this for arriving in style, coop? when are we taking the chopper to work? >> never. >> thanks for being my between alyssa. [ laughter ] >> you don't want to miss a moment of friday night fever with coop and cam. >> you know that's right. we want everyone to tune in every friday night. we have another, you know, just action filled night of friday night fever coming up in just about an hour or so. let's get a sneak peek of all the action starting with kelsey
week. the pumas off to a perfect 6-0 start. facing their biggest test of the season in the chandler wolves. two potential playoff teams. two very high powered offenses and we will have the win tore night on fever. now, let's check in with rodney baker. >> thanks kelsey. out here at corona del sol high school. desert ridge will be our studio team tonight. they are trying to make a second don't want to miss the highlights. >> i'm here, we have a cornado hosting washington. great game so far. if you wonder what it sounds like on the field, we can't mic up the players but we could mic up the refs. we will show you that tonight on the fever at 11:35. for now, here is one of the refs there. got anything to say? >> i got a lot to say man. really appreciate you being out here. much love for channel 12.
sports. >> say tress over to you. >> tress to you from george bush, baby. >> the buffaloes are taking on the sentals and i would like to introduce you to my friend rob by. he is 13 years old put together by the robotics. we will send it back over to you coop. [ laughter ] >> too much fun on friday night fever. >> every friday night. >> we mic the reps up a little get. >> very interesting to see what is really being talked t >> but, i will set you up. you know how we do it. >> yes. be a believer, catch the fever at 11:35. >> there you go. she's got it. >> thank you guys. and, don't go to bed just moments from now, our 12 news mvp of the night is revealed. >> plus, the stomach churning tweet one profootball player made after ordering his favorite game day advertiser. >> and, our omg video of the
ghostbusters. so is bill murray your mvp? >> well, not really. >> not exactly? >> kind of, sort of. he gets mixed up there a little bit. let's check it out. let's see why. bill murray. yeah, the actor and comedian at wrigley in a fever pitch scoreless game in the 8th inning. full count. javier baez. there it goes into the night. home run. an in the windy city. cubs win. cubs win, cubs win. game one. 1-0 over the giants for a 1-0 series lead. javier baez, my 12 sports mvp. >> all right, that was an exciting moment. we saw that. >> we saw that. trending tonight, packers tight end jerod cooke got an unappetizing surprise in his order of chicken wings. a fried chicken head. >> come on. he tweeted this pick tonight
out order from buffalo wild wings when he saw the head. and spit his food out. because obviously. >> what else would you do? the chain says it takes food prep seriously and is looking into this as for mr. cooke, he says he is not sure he will give up his favorite
food. but his vegetarian wife is strongly encouraging him to do that. >> can you imagine the argument now? oh my goodness. don't go away. we are back in less than three minutes. then join jim michigan his musical guest tonight, van morrison.
>> finally, our omg video of the night. a horse stuck in a canal in avondale. >> sky 12 flew over the scene where several neighbors worked as hard as they could to get the animal out of the water. >> the horse whose name is mister was lifted out of the ditch by a crane hooked up to an iv and given a painkiller as well for the cuts on his legs. it is amazing he didn't break any bones. >> we are told mister is back in his stall and doing well. they told him don't do this again mister. >> i see what you did there.