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court records show their father had a history of domestic violence. nicole garcia joins us live with the details. >> reporter: kari, we may never know why the 36year-old murdered his own daughters and took his own life but court records reveal a violent breakup. he threatened his ex-wife trying to stop him from taking the girls and leaving him. the girls scheduled time when the accident happened. >> reporter: audrey just started kindergarten and her sister was excited to go to school one day, too. instead of planning their future, their mother is preparing their funerals. the girls were shot and killed by their father who turned the gun on himself. the parents recently divorced and just four months ago, the girls' mom was granted an order of protection.
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claimed that jared held her in a chokehold while she was getting ready for work, took away her cellphone and work phone to keep her from calling police and threatened her saying "he can't live without us." >> orders of protection are just pieces of paper. if someone is intent on committing a final act, they will do it. cases protective orders are effective in keeping abusers away. >> that is our best hope in these situations. >> reporter: arizona is ranked eighth in the country for the highest number of women killed in domestic violence situations. the girls are among four dozen arizonans who are either shot or stabbed to death due to domestic
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experts say domestic violence is an epidemic in this state and there needs to be more focus on treating the abusers. >> what is going on in the abusers' mind, many times they were abused and have seen violence in their lifetime and what is going on there. that is one way we can make a difference in domestic violence. >> reporter: according the the maricopa attorney's office, one-third of homicide victims who were murdered within the first month of getting the orders. when a person files a protection order, there is no law that requires the defendant to turn in their weapons voluntarily. reporting live, i'm nicole garcia, fox 10 news. an apartment fire in tempe leaves five people leaving for a place to sleep tonight.
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the stove of one of the apartments and spread to the cabinets. the sprinkler system put the flames out before the firefighters got there but there was a lot of damage to two units. a semi carrying a 170 pigs crashed into a barrier wall. a few of the pigs were killed, four escaped, the rest were passing drivers stopped to help corral the animals. we are three weeks until election day and donald trump has suggested possibilities of voter fraud and claimed the election is rigged against him. what is being done to protect the voters in maricopa county? >> reporter: many voters we talked to say they agree with trump. they think there is so much fraud, so much corruption. they are telling me democracy is dead.
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county recorders office want to assure voters their vote is protected. some voters have lost faith in the system. they think voting is rigged. >> your votes don't count. they already want somebody in the office. we already know who is going to win this one. >> reporter: others say there is not enough regulation that leads to voter fraud. >> i don't think we do enough to safeguard our we don' put certain restrictions in the vote. >> reporter: the recorders office wants to assure the county that the votes are protected by almostic and accuracy tests on all machines to make sure everything is working properly. >> we check every signature on the early ballots to ensure you, in fact, voted this early ballot
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to the ballot to the voter. >> reporter: they also check identification at the polls and after the election there ask a hand count audit of the precincts. in terms of hacking into the administration base, maricopa county is safe. >> maricopa county is on its own kind of system. we don't have any live connectivity to the outside. so any voter in maricopa county can be maricopa county there was no data breach. >> reporter: bar that's phaou says there are volunteers from every side of the aisle to eliminate bias. in terms of the election, she wants to remind voters, if you have not received your early ballot, do not worry. they should be in your mailbox in the next couple of days.
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danielle miller, fox 10 news. meanwhile, a new poll shows the initiative to approve recreational marijuana in arizona is struggling. prop 205 is falling short of passing with less than 50% polled saying they would vote for it. 45% say they would vote against it. it looks like prop 206 has a better chance of passing. it would rage arizona's minimum wage to $12 by support the position and 39% say they would vote against it. a small percentage of people say they are undecided on either issue. a new cbs news poll and hilly -- hillary hillary clintoa nine point gap. two weeks ago, her lead was four points. donald trump's childhood
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the auction block tomorrow. he lived in the home until he was 4 years old. the suggested opening bid for the home, $849,000. in healh watch, a new pool of mosquitoes found in miami beach has tested positive for zika. the insects were collected from a trap. a large portion of the beach zone. it was a wild ride for one teen in a stolen vehicle with the car on the roof of a home and the driver in the hospital. the teen was ejected when he lost control. the vehicle flew into the air tearing down mailboxes and power lines before it landed on top of one home. a neighbor whose home was damaged in the crash described
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>> a car hit the mailbox here behind me, went through my driveway, hit my fence and by the time it hit the fence, the car went airborne and landed on top of the house up there. the guy was ejected from the car. >> the suspect is still in the hospital. luckily, nobody else was injured. >> road crews spent most of the morning after a truck spilled cucumbers on the highway. a tractor trail jumped jumped te guardrail and into the median. it spilled cucumber all over the road. all lanes were closed down but eventually reopened. prince william and princess kate may have exciting news in the near future. the royal couple will announce, yep, they are expecting another baby during the holiday season
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people in great britain. >> that is why they are doing it? >> i have a feeling these are rumors. >> it has been a tough year following the brexit vote. william and kate have two youngsters right now, prince george and princess charlotte. >> so when brexit happened they got busy. >> they said we need to cheer people up. coming up, a decision one man regrets. what happened extremely hot ghost pepper. a lot of restaurant chains struggling to stay afloat. who is getting blamed for the problem? later, why it is such a big day for chuck barry? i learned as a police officer and a businessman
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either serve their party or themselves, and arizona families suffer. the arizona republic called paul babeu a disgrace. babeu spent $28,000 of taxpayer money at a five-star resort and was questioned by the fbi for using public money to promote himself. o'halleran: i'm tom o'halleran, and i approve this message,
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close the menu and break close the menu and break out the cookbooks that has been the trend among millennials and major chain restaurants are taking a big hit as a result. most 20-somethings fresh out of college want to save cash so they cook at home. >> i go out to eat a few times a week, if that. for lunchtime, i like to bring my own food because it is so
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i make good old mac and cheese and pb&j's. >> reporter: they went to the restaurants the most before the recession and now millennials are scaling back, especially if they have kids of their own. >> i'm going, ok, i have to save a little bit for my kid in the future. i have to worry about clothing becomes a compromise. >> reporter: the search for a compromise is hurting restaurants big time. over the last year, five restaurant companies have filed chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, three in one week. major chains like ruby tuesday's and bob evans have been forced to close restaurants nationwide. >> we've seen massive flood deflation where prices are down 2% at grocery stores from where
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suddenly it has become cheaper to eat at home. >> there is another factor here, we're talk about new food services making deliveries early like delivery apps and food kits. they are the hottest peppers of the world and one 47-year-old man probably wishes he wouldn't have eaten one. this is really horrifying because i like sometimes it is so spicy you think you are going to hurt kwro*us. a man ate a burger topped with a ghost pepper. he became sick and started vomiting. he was throwing up so vomitly that he ripped a hole in his esophagus. he spent 23 days in the hospital
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his esophagus. >> that is a serious pepper. coming up, the new flavor of m&m's that the supposed to be pretty popular with candy lovers. people on social security will be getting a raise next month. how much their monthly check will increase. >> reporter: how about the guys upfront for the arizona cardinals? did they deliver the goods last night or what against the new york jets. the cardinals back to being the buzz around town. yo
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sexual assault and rape. out-of-control corrections officers arrested. but not one served a day of time. sweetheart deals, because, with county attorney bill montgomery, some people are above the law, making us all less safe. there's a better choice -- diego rodriguez, a career prosecutor who believes in tough sentences for violent crime and equal justice under the law.
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? a new treat heading to store shelves. it is caramel-flavored m & m's or do you say caramel? >> i don't know what i say. >> i say caramel but then you feel high class when caramel. they are described as rollos with a crispy shell. they will not be available to the public until next may. people receiving social security will not get much of a cost of living adjustment in the next year just a .3% increase that is $5 a month. things could get worse. retirees received no cost of living increase over the past
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making some cuts that sales in the u.s. continue to be down. the layoffs are expected to affect 300 workers. finally let's head to wall street where stocks are finishing the day in positiver the or territory. nasdaq climbing 44 points. big winner is netflix that jumped 19%. richest person in america. amazon's c.e.o. net worth jumped to $70 billion. warren buff let slipped to third. >> reporter: i'm far down on that list, folks. let's talk arizona cardinals. what an impressive performance
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let's look at the guys up front who set the tone. carson palmer's offensive line. look at number 78. david johnson, the interior line, shipley and you look at john wetzel and say that is impressive. you have him look at watford against leonard williams right here. here he gets down field to create the 58-yard touchdown run. there is john wetzel doing a nice job. a nice protected pocket here. stepping up, making the play and making the throw to david johnson. the offensive line a big factor in the 28-3 win. >> offensively, very pleased that we were able to run the
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interior, three guys did a heck of a job because they throw a lot of stuff at them up the middle. >> reporter: look at the defense coming up at 6:00. american league championshipper is raoerbgs cleveland in toronto. jays need to win or that go home. solo shot, 1-0, blue jays. in the fourth, a single right here. whetherblue jays unleashing a le bit of the offense. 2-0, toronto. carlos santana grounder. look at the play and the throw. toronto wins, 5-1. cleveland leads that series three games to one. wouldn't it be something to see a cleveland-chicago world series. tonight, dodgers hosting the cubs in that series.
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win. we'll look at the defensive performance doing a was number on the jets holding them to three points last night. more on the cards' d. at 6:00. pearl jam up for the rock 'n' roll hall of fame. what chuck berry plans to do for the first time since the
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james p. walsh: to keep our community safe - we need a sheriff who will put fighting violent crime ahead of his own political agenda. paul penzone has been a decorated crime-fighter for over 20 years. a police officer, undercover investigator, and dea task force agent of the year. paul penzone caught murderers, programs that protect our community. paul penzone...
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? nominations are out for the rock 'n' roll hall of fame and big acts on the ballot, injuring journey, pearl jam, tupac shakur, depeche mode. final results of voting will be released in a couple of months. chuck barry was a member of the inning a -- inaugural class and he plans to release a studio album. "chuck" is expected to be out next year. he turned 90 years old today. toby mcguire and his wife separated after nine years of
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? the classic van halen has returned to the album charts. it was the first album to feature sammy hagar as the lead singer. we have details about michelle obama's stop in has operatives to disrupt
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allegations against pinal county sheriff paul babeu. paul babeu exposed in a damning home video. accusations of widespread abuse at a massachusetts private school. she is sick of hearing sheriff paul babeu lie. allegations of abuse of power. another headache, the fbi has subpoenaed records. lawsuits regarding abuse and neglect. questions of babeu's integrity. new page of controversy. ultimately voters are going to have to decide if he's the type of candidate they want in congress. dccc is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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by corrupt media pushing completely false allegations and outright lies in an effort to elect her president. >> i have never seen, in my lifetime or modern political history, any presidential candidate trying to discredit the elections and the election process before votes have taken place. its unprecedented. >> it is a rigged system and they take these lies and put them on front pages. this is a rigged system, folks. >> i advise mr. trump to stop whining and go and try to make his case to get votes. >> first tonight at 6:00, president obama dismissing remark by donald trump that the
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cover video suggests that d.n.c. operatives paid people to disrupt rallies and suggests various democratic groups are breaking the law by committing voter fraud. >> reporter: one person has been fired over this tape and another has been distanced from the d.n.c. the film maker alleges that the group was paid to do democrats. protesters blocked shea boulevard back in march, some were arrested. according to the video, this was well orchestrated by democratic operatives. this woman is one of many accused by conservative filmmakers to disrupt donald trump events.

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