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from beginning to end. registering and then voting. and i don't have the time. i got to go see the cubs game. >> reporter: okay. so that woman we talked to, she was kidding, but not. she had to get to the cubs game for sure. but she's definitely going to vote. she plans to get here earlier on friday. even before the doors open so she can get in there early. one gentleman we spoke with said it's frustratin ballots weren't preprinted. but that's not something they can do. here's it's pretty much on demand. so be prepared for that. all of the voters that got in line before 5:00, so just a couple minutes ago, are going to be able to vote tonight. last night they were here and wrapped up at about 7:00 last night. for now, we are live in chandler, 12 news. >> oh, boy. thank you so much for that. and now let's go to the latest on the political push here in arizona. as we count down to election
presidential campaigns have been can advance -- canvassing today. >> reporter: governor mike pence back in arizona this morning. to try to convince voters to support the trump campaign. >> i want somebody who is honest. who doesn't create chaos every time they turn around. >> i'm not a political person. but the first time i have become political and i supporter. >> a couple thousand people filed in to see pence. >> i promise you. that man is ready. >> reporter: the sheriff and governor among other speakers. >> thanks, arizona. let's go get it done. >> reporter: both campaigns have really made arizona a priority. the latest poll showing donald trump is widening his lead in the grand canyon state. yesterday it shows that he's
hillary doesn't have what it takes to run the country. >> i heard that clinton is going to be in arizona a little bit later today. >> reporter: he also wondered if clinton was mention the on going e-mail scandal. >> will he is finally release the 33,000 e-mails she refused to urn over to the fbi? >> reporter: pence saying the grst select the next supreme court justice the. arizona one of three stops on california. in mesa. 12 news. thanks. >> clinton is expected to arrive here in the valley. within the next hour or so. >> she's holding a rally tonight at asu's tempe campus after making a stop in las vegas. >> and 12 news political insider is on that campus right now.
there. >> reporter: the part has started here at hillary clinton rally. several thousand people have been waiting to get in. they're also surrounding us on the riser. here in arizona, this place has been a lost cause for democrats for generations. for the fact that you have democratic nominee here six days before the election, tells you just how crazy this election has been. the final days of a campaign are usually when candidates they think they can win. arizona has been a toss up between clinton and trump. although her poll numbers have been sliding this week. clinton will be calling on arizona's growing number of latino voters to help her win the state and get out and vote. he is stopped in las vegas before tempe and here's a preview what she'll have to say. >> i want everyone to know that i respect the choice you make.
right here in las vegas for the last debate. and we are asked if we would respect the outcome of the election. i will. he refused to say he would. >> reporter: and the coming up at 6, we'll tell you about the emotional appeal clinton plans to make. live in teme. and don't forget, 12 news at best place for the latest coverage as we count down to election day. and we want you to weigh in on the issues that matter most. so, we are holding our very
participate, just e-mail us. an arizona teenager not giving up his fight to raise awareness about the controversial oil pipeline project in north dakota. 15-year-old riley ortega is running 1400 miles to the construction site. this was posted oen his facebook. as they continue their journey. he hopes to arrive the at site in a suspect now in custody after being accused of killing 2 police officers in iowa. officials say he does have a history of problems and mental issues. there's still no clear motive. and phoenix police looking for a pregnant woman accused of killing a man back in september. allegedly shot bryce. anyone with information is asked to call silent witness.
a new police chief. jerry williams sat down with a one on one interview to discuss the task ahead. also talked the unusual reason her adult son was not present at the her swearing in ceremony on friday. >> during that friday, swearing in ceremony, for chief williams. one of her sons, a first year center for the phoenix watching the ceremony during the pregame warm ups. >> what was the first thing he said when you had a chance to talk to him? >> i'm proud of you mom. he has been one of my best confidants and he was my first phone call when i got the job. and he screamed at the other end of the phone. >> reporter: and now it's time to get to work. one of her first duty, integrated a new psychologist
the city approved the new position before william's hiring. >> we now have on staff one of the first and only in the country, someone who will help all employees with some of the mental health needs they'll have. you're a community member. don't you want the people who respond to your calls for service and oar take your dispatch calls be happy and healthy? >> reporter: williams will also confront heightened tensions with some community members calling for reform. >> there have been some phoenix. fact. but not to the degree and level you see in other cities and i think that is because we have worked so hard in building and establishing a trust base with the different communities. >> reporter: there are also concerns about officer safety. the 16 ambush attacks in police officers this year nationwide, represents a threefold increase. >> does it change your message to rank and file officers on how to act day-to-day? >> it doesn't change my message. because my message is the same.
community while treating everyone with dignity and respect. right now we have two person units assigned to most of our areas in the city. and that's to help the officers feel safe and to have a partner in the car where years ago, when i was here, prior. we didn't have that concern. so we're trying to mitigate that to some degree by having a second officer in the car. williams will also oversee an unprecedented roll for body cameras in officers. part of a new leve that williams says she welcomes. we'll have more on that at 6:00. and still coming up at 12 news at 5, the cardinals now just half way through their season. but that means it's time to hand out some grades. who is passing and what is failing. coop will have his mid-season report card up ahead. >> there is a bakery in scottsdale that is making dessert healthy for you. coming up, we'll show you how you can enjoy a guilt free
and if you didn't get enough chocolate, no such thing. then you may want to stop in scottsdale. that's because the chocolate tower of scottsdale kicks off this weekend. >> crystal henderson is live for a behind the scene look. >> bring us back, please. look at that. she's taunting us. >> oh yeah. this all has your we're live at herb box. this is one of the treats you would be sampling on this tour. but look at all of this yummy stuff here. nicole is here with her box. so tell me about your treats and how you're making them healthier than others. >> a lot of our treats, first of all, all of our treats are made fresh daily. by our paste rechef greg. who does an amazing job as you
ingredients. also like to use seasonal product. a lot have berries and fruits and lot of nuts and really fresh ingredients really healthy. a lot of our chocolate desserts, dark chocolate. so just full of antioxidant. >> and property teen bar -- protein bar is the healthiest. >> tilt. in chocolate. >> and you have heard of happy hour for cocktails. dessert hour here. 2-4 every day. sending it back into the studio live. >> how can i get crystal's assignment today. what happened here? >> just two words. doggy bag. >> do not come back without treats. treats for anchors. thank you, crystal. well, if you have had enoughy and this week, then
forget to donate your halloween leftovers. for our troops are campaign. >> it's such an easy thing to do and it means so much. the treats will support the uso arizona program that reach military installations across the state. go to 12news.com/treats for more information. can you tell that there is a storm system over arizona? >> no. >> why? >> because i always get hammered by mr. curtis -- predictions. >> it is nicer. >> i was going to say we haven't yet seen the effects of the storm system. if you take a look right now, you can see all of our cameras. look pretty good. hard to tell much of anything. in the high country, there are more clouds. still relatively chi yet there. but it is the -- relatively quiet there. but it is the eastern and north ian part of the state already seeing this moisture. let's take a look -- there's a
the will cox area. they are moving northward. for the most part, i-10 seems to be receiving light rainfall. staff ford, you do have lightning. so heads up. and possibly gusty winds. we'll go up to the high country and you can see over the white mountains. we're starting to see some showers develop. nothing very heavy as of now. but, as this area of low pressure, which right now is situated just to our south and west, as it continues to linger few days, we'll start to see those rain chances going up by tomorrow. if you're up in the high country, we're talking 80% chance of showers and storms. pretty much throughout the day tomorrow evening and even continuing through early friday. we're looking at 20-30% chance for tomorrow. so again, thunderstorms are possible here in the valley. which means, that there is a chance we could see small hail out there as well. the high country going to receive the brunt of this.
of moisture. rainfall amounts from half an inch to habit an i have been and -- an inch and half. small hail, gusty winds and know level at 10,000 feet. so not many receiving that snow. but again, if you are at that highest elevation, you could see those snow flurries. we'll keep those temperatures normal. friday, we start to see our chances diminish. the weekend, we're clearing out. it's going to be sunny and gorgeous. and next week, we are tap to warm back into the 90s by tuesday. that's a look at your weather forecast. here's coop with sports. see. half of the league here together. more than half of the league sitting right here together. that's the parody of the league.
grade c. at halfway point of the season. i'm sorry. that that's too high of a grade. you, the own, the gm and owner and players all say it. that's a bust in that record. special teams has been a dier return gain to the long game to the place kicking. we're talking major issues. if pace kicker had made game winning kicks in the new england and seattle games the over for other components would be overlooked. but it exposes those failures. how do you explain?
fitzgerald -- this is so puzzling. every skill player returned for play this season. >> all right. the phoenix suns back at the home tonight against the portland trail blazers. the suns are winless in four games us this for a. the suns rising young start missed monday night's road game because of a sore toe. will he be available tonight? let's see if we can get any round. >> we'll see, feel a lot better now. like i said, been doing treatment, 24 hours a day. it's been helping a lots. >> went up a shoe size. i think my shoe was a little bit too small. toe kept hitting the front of the foot. feels bad. i mean the it doesn't feel good. when people ask why you're sitting out. and you say your to. i got a -- toe.
twitter for that. but if you have had the injury, you know how bad it hurts. >> i don't know. i moved up a shoe size. it feels a lot better now. a lot more space. surprised i didn't do it awhile ago, but, you know, it happened so i'm good
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the count down is on for the democratic presidential nominee. we are there live as she makes a last minute visit. >> and our omg video of the day was very close call for this panda. a wild panda that became trapped along a raging river in china. it took rescuers many attempts. look at that. they're basically up. the panda ran into trouble while he was trying to cross that river. >> thanks, everything for watching. -- everybody for watching. >> we'll see
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tonight, the war, six days left, trump and clinton, blitzing battlegrounds, our new battleground map, can trump break through the clinton firewall? also tonight, president obama's sharp criticism of his own fbi director. executed, shot while defenseless, sitting in their squad cars, a massive manhunt to catch a cold-blooded killer. does a youtube video offer an intriguing clue to the motive? price shock. americans hard hit by the soaring costs of life-saving drugs, first it was epipens, now outrage over insulin. millions depend on it. why is it getting so much harder to afford? and game seven for all the marbles tonight.