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it's 5:00 a.m. on saturday we are start being breaking news. >> shots fired west phoenix 51st and thomas this one is involving a police officer. >> let's get straight out to abc 15s. mary ellen. were any officers >> reporter: now we are being told by phoenix police none of the officers were injured although this is an officer involved shooting. let me show you the police presence right now you can see we have a number of police cars this scene is going from 59th to 57th avenue a lot of it centered in this apartment building back here you see. you can see some police officers there. now what residents are telling us they woke up to a hail of
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that, that police knocked on the door and actually cleared residents out of their apartments so they could find the suspect. we are told the suspect was according to residents running from police when they fired, and shot and according to phoenix police they are saying the suspect is down. they have told me he is still here at the scene which is unusual if he is injured according to residents he is more than injured they are we are waiting for confirmation from phoenix police. about 20 units were evacuated in this police scene and most of those residents are at a fast food restaurant just a short ways away, kind of waiting out until they can get back into their apartments. again we have an officer involved shooting none of the officers are injured but one suspect is down. live in phoenix, abc 15 news. >> thank you.
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you posted on what we learn out there we will check with her in a little bit. first we have to get to your most accurate forecast nick is tracking that you are busy on desert doppler some spots are getting rain. >> that's right let's get to it show you abc 15 desert doppler this is the view of the entire state we are seeing a lot of lightning and thunderstorm activity to the north of us i want to zoom in and show you what is happening in phoenix metro this is abc 15 desert doppler showing heavier of rain in between the 17 and 51, right along the green way, to union hill so that north phoenix area, definitely seeing it this morning if we go farther north, you can see near prescott, chino valley look at all that, that lightning, that lightning count more than 500 strikes right now. cotton wood also picking up some of the severe weather. definitely a busy morning, download that free abc 15 mobile app so you can track these storms as they come in.
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degrees muggy outside phoenix sky harbour by noon 93, by 4:00 p.m. 98 degrees we will hold on to the storm threat throughout the morningly break down the best storm chances in a few minutes. thank you. let's get to more news breaking overnight we are waiting to learn the condition of a person struck by a vehicle while walking. all this has beening early this morning -- all this happening early this morning. phoenix police are still investigating we talked to the stayed on scene and are co- operating she tells us the victim stumbled on to the street. he suffered an injury to the head and was rushed to hospital. as soon as we find out more details we will pass them on to you. a large fire erupting at this home near 35th and green way, dozens of firefighter s with phoenix and glendale fire called out to this one we are told heavy smoke and fire was spread throughout the 3 level home. you can see damage to the
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everybody inside was able to get out safely investigators are looking into what sparked those flames. many of you left without power about 11,000 customers impacted at one point. police officers on the street keeping everybody safe. traffic lights also went out. we just checked abs's website looks like all of that power is back on. a guy looks through his dad's old stuff and thought he found a bomb and fire department in carefree firefighters called in the bomb squad. here is that bomb robot and picking up a stick of something puts it into a blast box and then you see the bomb squad carrying that box away they put the box inside of a truck and they drove off to blow it up somewhere the fire chief says if anybody finds explosives do not bring them to the fire station. >> if anyone finds anything suspect, in their home, in
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an explosive or anything remotely close to an explosive, leave it where it is, don't touch it don't bring it to the fire station don't bring it to the police station leave it alone. >> thankfully no body was hurt the fire chief said they did not figure out what the unidentified stick was. reward is up and so are the calls coming into police from black bmws everybody trying to do their part to catch serial shooter after someone spotted a black bmw along the i- 10. this is what we caught on our scanners. >> phoenix pd, rp is not behind the vehicle they think it is the social shooter. >> these type of calls coming in -- serial shooter. >> these type of calls coming in quite a bit. drivers were following a black bmw yesterday morning someone
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near 77th and osborne police are investigating each call that comes in. we spoke to a woman who lives right next door to that car called in she is glad people are now paying attention. >> we are looking for each other's safety, but then at the same time i think it is sad for the neighbors you know, it is their vehicle we see the black bmw older model to call in, just for safety purposes. >> police are working around the clock but we enough how valuable tips are if you know anything call silent wit think have upped that reward to -- witness they have upped that reward to $75,000. we have been taking action every day to get the word out about the serial shooter. hispanic leaders say many in their community don't know enough about it. >> the community is tire that i had just want this guy -- tired they just want this guy caught.
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faster. >> she say as lot of spanish speakers have not heard about the shooter. block watch groups have been canvassing but more needs to be done. >> it has been a deadly week in the valley 8 people dead, 7ed just in the last -- wounded just in the last 7 days. two black men were invited into a home on tipman when opened fire two people dead in that one. a few hours later a man with gunshot wounds showed up at the hospital saying he was shot in the same area. the incidents have residents on edge. >> it is bad. it is bad. i mean we don't let the baby play outside that's for sure. i mean we are always inside when we are here. >> police are encouraging anybody who knows anything in
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call that number 408 witness you can remain anonymous. elements in a death investigation involving a teen girl she died in front of her friends playing a game of chicken with a train. she was the only one who could not get out of the way in time as that train came barreling by. >> armed robbery going down in phoenix. 19th avenue and indian at a herbal store. people in that area understandably too scared to talk about what happened they just want this guy caught. new information on a big decision in sheriff arpaio's racial profiling case. one attorney is dispointed the justice department will take over we knew the judge wanted to be removed and in a new court filing prosecutors are saying they want the same thing
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the doj will investigate whether arpaio will face criminal charges for ignoring court orders. you can be too old for a lot of things but is running for office one of them. ward standing by her coents that mccain might die if re- elected. >> i do know what happens to the body and >> you feel comfortable diagnosing him on air. >> diagnosing him as an 80-year- old man yes i do. >> both candidates square off in tuesday's primary. >> in tucson mccain didn't talk about the too old comments but did talk about stopping isis. he told workers the missiles they build can help out. >> we will need the kind of capables ratheon has been so good at for so long.
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destroying ground targets is the most likely cruise for the weapons mccain worries -- likely use for the weapons. mccain say he is is over taxing the military and the equipment they use. the woman running the troubled va hospital announcing her retirement she says it is for health reasons she worked for department of veterans affairs for 25 years she has only been in phoenix months an interim director will take over. wayne wade is mourning the loss of his cousin she was shot and killed walking in chicago's south side. 232-year-old nakayah was on her way to register her kids for school. posten on twitter my cousin was killed in chicago four kids lost their mom for no reason. unreal.
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who fired shots. this man facing charges in the deaths of two nuns killed in mississippi 46-year-old rodney sanders with two counts of capitol murder. the sisters never showed up to work thursday their bodies were discovered 10 miles from where they lived both were 68, sanders is now being held by authorities until his first appearance. over to kansas city this morning where heavy rains are you can see cars submerged in the water parts of the city completely off limits too as emergency crews try to scour the area looking for anybody in need. it followed a system that produced tornado warnings at least one touching down outside of the city reports of downed tree limbs and branches in major damage to structures and no injuries reported in that one either but hard to imagine that, you know we get some of the rains every so often and
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warnings things like that we have to worry about but still things not completely clear. >> very active so far this morning real quick a live lookout side this is the 51 at union hill take a look you can see clearly wet roadways a lot of those places in glendale also in north and central phoenix, i think you are going the see wet roadways we did just see a heavier cell pass through. take the weather computer too. this is the temperature wise make it to upper 90s here is that break down a storm chance, 10% chance for much of the day then later on in the afternoon once that atmosphere heats up and air become as little more unstable, rain chances will pick up 20% at 4:00 p.m. and after that, it will dip down after that, we are taking a look at what storm chances are for the rest of the week coming up in a few minutes.
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mueller went through before being killed in the hands of
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i hope i never forget everything happens >> chilling to hear her say that. it is the abc exclusive some of you saw last night. new outrage expressed by kayla's parents how the u.s. government handled the situation with her daughter before she died in isis captivity. >> my name is kayla mueller i need your help i have been here too long i have been very sick and very terrifying here. >> heart breaking to see kayla
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from three years ago the aid worker and prescott native died at the hands of isis her parents breaking their silence about the failed efforts to bring their daughter home alive. >> well, you know, it's hard to even recall some of these things because you just go into almost a catatonic state i think, you just can't even stand up. >> i saw how thin she looked i saw her was very steady, so you know, it broke my heart but i also saw her strength. >> well, kayla she dedicated her life to service and a way for her legacy to live on is through students who share her vision. >> a fund started by faculty
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directly but were so inspired by the imspeak she had on the world -- impact she had on the world at such a young age. >> to have that bravery extinguished in the world it shocked all of us and then to further like look around at our other students just like kayla who want to do those things in the world and make a huge difference. this is a great way to honor her. >> that scholarship is donation driven we have a link on abc15.com you can search for the kayla mueller scholarship on naus website. >> just to see the strength of her parents too. a playground will open in her honor clay's hand playground is in prescott it will serve as a memory to her dedication to children her parents will be there and senator mccain we have a crew preparing to head out there to cover the entire event watch it on abc 15 news at 6:00 p.m.
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metro center mall the arizona hispanic chamber of commerce is helping put on the health and cultural fair noon to 5:00 p.m. prizes and activities for kids the whole event is free. monsoon storms across the high country we saw this morning but also yesterday this is some slow motion video from flagstaff. wow. where a lot of you saw heavy rain and hail yesterday afternoon. and i mean take a look at that i thin >> like -- >> yeah, as it comes down nice and slow. >> flash backs. >> we are tracking a lot of places we saw places in the valley like north phoenix getting rain but the brunt of it now is in the high country places like prescott, chino valley all of that. let's show you what's happening right now. 86 degrees right now at the airport, humidity 36% it is elevated that is down a little
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80 scottsdale, 82 mesa, chandler, 84 good year and 80 in peoria. i am tracking desert doppler. you can see what is happening this is a cell that moved through sun city west you can see it quickly but that orange that is a heavier cell we are seeing lightning with that. i am going to manipulate this a bit. for the most part the valley is dry as you head 17, past deer valley, along cape creek you can see, we are seeing more heavier cells in this area and then i am going to move to the north a little bit as i continue to manipulate this past north river. lots of lightning there. and if we move more towards the north and east where this is tracking looks like camp verde,
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oak creek. all those shades of oranges and reds that will be the intense part of the storm and you see these lightning flashes too. download that mobile app you can track that too. i will go through this quickly a lot of this moisture will dry up later on tonight, into tomorrow. today is the best chance to see moisture. high pollution ozone advisory keep that in mind if you are in sensitive uv not bad 10 at a peak, allergies low to moderate change watch for ragweed and sage brush. 99 the high, storms possible really throughout the day. i don't think it will be a total wash out but pop up activity i think we will dry out nicely we get to 104 monday, 105 tuesday then we will bring back in those
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for mid-week wednesday 102 then looks like we will hang out around 104 for the rest of the week 10% chance of showers for that ending portion. we are giving away tickets september 1st, download the abc 15 app and look for the contest entry it is free go to abc 15.com/win. good luck. if you are heading out to the game tonight against reds you could win money and help four valley charities the 50/50 raffle will benefit operation santa clause the annual holiday drive by abc 15 and sander son ford makes a huge difference if you play tonight we want to wish good luck to you and say thank you for helping us out. small stars this week, wild horse pass motor sports park.
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drag racers they are fearless flying down that track. >> wild horse motor sports park is a world class drag strip where professionals exceed 300 miles per hour. 10-year-old stella will quench her need for speed. >> that light turns on you have to press your gas really cool. >> what is it like when you goopier tall to the metal. >> when you -- like when you go pedal to >> when you press the gas, it pushes you back feels awesome. >> you have been racing two years how did you get started. >> my dad talked me into it. >> initially you didn't want to do it? >> i wanted to do it i wanted to go fast. >> 14-year-old sam and 15-year- old cheyenne to thank. >> my dad used to race. >> it has been in my family for
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racing and are out to show everyone it is not just for boys. >> just to show them cars isn't just for guys. >> because they always like brag about them how this sport is for a boy not a girl. >> isn't it scary. >> some times you get a little nervous but not really. >> if i am doing what i am supposed to be doing there is nothing wrong going to happen. >> the best part of drag racing is? >> going fast. >> intensity. >> when you best part of your day. >> congratulations bella, sam and cheyenne you are this week's fast wheeling, tire
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>> here is timeline up. what would you get if you could buy anything you wanted at best buy? >> eddie rodriguez knows exactly what that feels like. that was his wish check out the smile on his face he got a laptop, beats head phones everything he needed the 16- year-old is suffering from severe kidney failure he is in desperate need of a transplant make a wish granted his wish to lift his spirits while he waits
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and just coming here with everyone and them supporting me is so great. >> how cool is this he went on this whole shopping spree in a limo. it at least lifted his spirits for a little bit. rescue crews remain hard at work as the death toll rises in the deadly italy earthquake. we will take you there in a few minutes. centtburst ig week as the e ken . there? rity. var cow. a at ? turaednt leilk.
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we say good morning on a busy saturday. 5:30 a.m. thanks for joining us. >> i know you just saw that lightning strike we are getting a live look in the back of us here. 51 near bell northbound here. look at see that? nick you are very busy tracking our weather. >> wow we are seeing a lot of this. the glendale area, north phoenix area, not only seeing lighten bug heavy rain within the last hour or so. if we can, let's get right to abc 15 desert doppler this is the view of the entire state we are seeing the bulk of that lightning not north of us places like quart junction i want to zoom in, phoenix metro
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northwest valley, sun city west, surprise, right along the 303 seeing the heaviest, deer valley picking up on that. if we can i want to go farther north, quart junction, cape verde, lake montezuma. this area, picking up the bulk of the storm activity heavy rains, lots of lightning keep that in mind as you go throughout the morning this will last for the next hour. let's go ahead and br what you can expect upper 70s low 80s in the valley partly cloudy, holding on to a chance of showers as we are in the low 90s upper 90s after that, showers are still possible, but coming up in just a few minutes we will break down when exactly the most likely window will be for us to see more storm activity and continue to keep our eyes on desert doppler. >> from one top story to
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thomas. crime scene tape up there right now. let's get over to mary ellen you have been there the last half hour or so we know no officers were hurt but what happened here? >> reporter: we are learning more from the actual residents as far as what took place. they are telling us they heard a hail of gunfire some say, as many as five or six one man tells us he actually pulled his family into the bathroom out of fear of what was happening outside. let me show you police presence you can see the amount of police cars right there and we have a huge police presence right in front of the chase bank, thomas and 59th avenue this scene stretches all the way over to 57th avenue which we cannot see from our vantage point where we are being kept right now. we are being kept far away.
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officer involved shooting no officer were injured in this shooting they are not telling us why officers were responding to this suspect residents are telling us it was about 3:30 a.m. when they heard those shots sort of ring out or 3:00 a.m. when they heard the shots ring out. they are telling us phoenix police evacuated an entire building most of them having to leave without belongings only able to take their with them. and according to phoenix police the suspect is down they are not telling us whether he is injured or dead but residents are telling us something. >> i think went inside to the apartment and dragged the body outside. >> did you see that? >> yeah. >> was the guy still alive? >> no. >> again we are back out here this is the apartment building
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centered according to residents there are 10 on one side and 10 on the other they are estimating this is just a guesstimate 20 apartments may have been evacuated most of them are here in the parking lot with us, and they are basically like out with nothing as i said. so we are live in phoenix. >> good work out there thank you mary ellen keep us posted on what you learn. rising in italy, 280 people confirmed dead the latest bodies recovered this morning. italy's president visited the worst hit areas as he thanked rescue workers who have been working around the clock early since wednesday to save those people trapped the president was only allowed at the end of the town because it is too dangerous to enter the heart. bond, james bond if you are familiar with golden eye that is probably what you thing of
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the fbi are look for the golden eyed bandit he is responsible for two valley bank robberies including at this chase bank in central phoenix both times he wore gold rimmed glasses hence the nickname if you know anything to help catch him submit a tip online at the website on your screen. >> [ screin >> new video from the moment police arrested a guy, who hopped an airport fence and drove a truck into an airplane in omaha. aviation experts say this may be the sign of a bigger problem. >> the larger issue is here the backside of our airports generally are not secure enough. >> report released this year looked at tsa security breaches
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sky harbour appears on. west phoenix water main back in operation 24 hours after it burst causing a huge sinkhole a bus getting stuck when it first happened. this video was taken with his iphone. he watched thousands of gallons of water getting deeper underneath the cars for sale, and he caught his boss in a panic. >> horrible. i was scared you know. and the water was streets. and my place to work. and -- >> pipes fixed road crews will need all weekend to repair that pavement. math at school that is normal but meth not so much that is what is forcing students and staff from their classrooms at mountain point high school. trace amounts of meth found after the on campus live in security guard abruptly quit
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>> i just don't know what they are thinking. i wish that there was more education, maybe for the kids, and whoever but drugs can just ruin their lives. >> last week a foul odour lead to air samples and surface testing three classrooms needed to be cleaned and retested no body was in any danger the school says. he is waging a war on leukemia, 5-year-old wyatt has just lost one key thing that helps him get stronger someone stole his therapy tricycle, cutting the lock off a bike rack. his parents starting an online fundraiser to get him a new one if you would like to contribute, search wyatt on go fund me, hoping he can get his tricycle back hard to believe someone would steal something like that nick. no, he won't.
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valley wednesday just not at the hyatt downtown phoenix he is looking for a bigger veni you. venue. from their calendar this looks like a possibility. one of his supporters is helping him out jenn brewer will help his campaign open up a brand new office in las vegas. now you can bet police will be az auto rv in mesa catching the theft they are offering up a bill reward for tips leading to an arrest. >> reward of $5,000 that we want to offer if we catch these guys we are serious about this, and we just want to make sure that they don't do anything to
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$1,000. he thinks the crooks will sell them for hundreds. we are talking about a scam. >> they are trying to rent out property that is don't believe to them they are taking listings from local property companies and posting them on facebook and craigs list we spoke to several hopeful tenant who is are out the deposit and a place to live. >> mark scott and albert johnso watch. >> do your research look up the address on a legitimate rental site if a property company is listed call and verify the person you have been talking to works for them. >> if they ask for money before showing you the actual property. developing right now north carolina judge ruling three people must be allowed to use restrooms matching their gender identity.
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university follow the restroom provision of that hb 2 law obama administration earlier directed public schools to allow trans gender students access to the restroom of their choice. several states backed the judges ruling including arizona. big spike in heroine over doses have those in ohio debating the use of narcan some say it is a lifesaver and help drug users get into treatment but others say people use heroine, over dose, and get revived and repeat the cycle. a warning a picture worth a thousand words this one may give you the creeps it is a den of baby rattlesnakes in scottsdale, park rangers at mcdowell mountain tweeting out that photo they stumbled on the den cleaning a tortoise habitat they estimate 18 snakes were
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are the most poisonous. scary. >> family that rattles together stays together i think in this case. speaking of florida man recovering from a rattlesnake bite from two weeks ago. >> it is just the latest brush with death for the very unlucky guy. kyle cook was mowing the grass when he stumbled on a snake in his backyard and it bit his ankle. >> i didn't feel anything first and then i screamed for my life. >> yeah, luckily the kids were playing safely inside at the time he is used to getting scars, a brown recluse biter bit him this spring. >> he also got bit by a alligator and was struck by lightning four years ago he is still wait for his luck to turn -- waiting for his luck to turn around. >> does he play lotto?
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bites, snakes, spiders, lightning, florida sounds about right. >> everything here too except for the gators we get the snakes, spiders, lightning especially during the monsoon. >> yeah, it has been a very busy morning as we tracked showers and thunder storms. let's focus on the temperatures 86 a little humid outside feels sticky as you wake up go for that quick run if it is not raining in your neighbourhood some areas dipping down to the 70s and then after the 80s and then the upper 90s a little below average we will see a warm up, i will let you know how much coming up in that seven-day forecast. >> do you want your security deposit back? need your air conditioner
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from over doses related to pain medications. >> scientists have identified eight more cancers linked to excess weight, obesity increases risk of stomach, liver, gal blader, thyroid and a special type of brain tumour excess fat leads to over production of hormones causing inflammation and can drive up cancer rates. before you crawl into bed lead to the sleep turns out snacking late is a good thing researchers say to make a sleep sandwich with a banana that, mar mite and lettuce the banana will provide magnesium and potassium the mar mite is rich in vitamin b boosting melatonin and lettuce because romans thought it was good for sleep.
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about bugs and water leaks and no heat from renters who don't know their rights you have a right to a safe, clean environment where you can live with appliances that work. >> if you can't get the landlord to fix it you have right to take action put your request in writing send a certified letter detailing how the landlord is breaching the lease and by law they have 10 calendar days to fix the problem or you can void the lease and move out if it effects that 5 days. about security deposits you have the right to know what it covers the landlord has 14 business days to send an itemized list why you did or did not have your deposit refunded don't agree with the decision you have the right to take the landlord to court and let the judge decide make sure you have all correspondence and pictures to prove your case and you may be able to go to small claims court. one thing you can never do is
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your certified letter and give them time to fix whatever it is go to abc15.com click on sections and let joe know for all of your rights as a renter need my help here is how to get a hold of me. you have a problem let me know. consumer alert parents with babies need to be aware of. >> infant toys are being recalled because of small parts causing a choking hazard from the alex junior branded sets recall includes baby buil first pops and first snaps. the toys were sold in sets of 14 and 26 pieces december 2009 to june of this year consumers should contact alex toys to get a full refund. legal win for starbucks after lawsuit claimed the company robbed us of precious coffee. california judge dismissing that lawsuit which alleged the coffee giant over filled cups with ice and cheated customers and the judge ruled it is not a scam because you are not forced
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starbucks still facing a lawsuit in illinois for under filling its hot coffee yeah, no ice in that one. >> i always order light ice you got to do what you got to do. >> more than 19,000 people have died on the roads this year, chevy 2017 models are equipped with teen driver program it will keep teens safe while driving for example it silenc radio until seat belts are buckled last year only chevy malibu came with the teen driver program. something we rarely see american airlines retiring 20 md 80s in one of the largest single day send offs ever they arrived every 5 minutes to their final resting place some will remain in the fleet through 2018 but all eventually replaced with more fuel efficient jets.
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on a saturday live lookout side with one of our valley cameras as we check in with temperatures you can see a mix of cloudsun this morning. 82 mesa, 81 litchfield park, 82 tempe and 83 glendale across the rest of the state not too bad 60s sedona, 40s flagstaff, 66 kingman, 64 globe and 74 in tucson. let's take a quick look at our satellite radar right now you can see the clouds too. this is we are seeing big glob of moisture push in from the west and move towards the north and to the east i want to zoom in a little bit show you where the bulk of this activity is. it is passing prescott near sedona, flagstaff i just had a viewer tell me it is pouring in flagstaff keep that in mind if you are driving along the 17. even parts of the valley, well, north of us really, are getting a bulk of that.
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city west, deer valley, also picking up rain right now too, keep that in mind share at abc15.com that is where you want to send us photos videos whatever you have this morning please send it to us we want to share that weather story but do it through your eyes. here is future cast the pattern today, what will happen, is a lot of this will push on out of here and dry out but there still is going to be residual moiste around here in the valley and also in the high country which means we will have a risk of getting storms in the high country and also in the valley. we will give it a 10 to 20% chance best chances later on today after that atmosphere heats up and air gets unstable. we could see a storm pop up at any time case in point a lot of us getting rain this morning and an hour or so ago. look at your most accurate forecast, 85 by 9:00 a.m.,
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high 99. uv level 10 today very high range burn time under 15 minutes, ozone high pollution advisory. paradise valley, 97, high of 98 also in gilbert and tempe and chandler. west valley a little warmer some spots 100 good year, 99 luke airforce base and 99 buckeye. d'backs forecast as they take by 7 can't rule out the chance of a pop up shower. 102 tomorrow drying out nicely 104 monday after that looks like we will work in storm chances by mid-week temperatures by 100 and 105 to
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>> this is bell and 51, a lot of clouds roads might be a little bit slick keep that in mind be extra careful as you are driving >> a little bit because we have just seen this oh, what do i want to say 20 minutes ago there was one i think. some lightning there coming down right now from the distance but nick will have a little bit more in the last bit of your forecast coming up in a few minutes. hey, online car retailer is
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valley. >> vroom set up their first reality room they buy and refurbish and ship cars for free people can stop by their booth and test drive one of these vehicle s with a virtual reality head set. >> they are thriving on track to hit a billion dollars in revenue after just 3 years in >> you have a bigger broader you know, of the car buying and don't have all these car sales men calling you don't have to go to all these lots. >> the pop up show room will be at fashion square through september 28th located near the food court. >> talking about that most accurate forecast, we see the 7 day behind us today's high not too bad, 99 degrees it will be a little muggy keep that in
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throughout the entire day we will have a chance to see thunderstorm activity, especially in the high country i don't think today will be a wash out in phoenix pockets of pop up showerwhat not. download that free abc 15 mobile app track showers with us. coming up, shots fired in west phoenix a suspect shot by officers abc 15s. mary ellen on scene. >> a home erupts dozens of firefighters called
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6:00 a.m. on a saturday. we are happy to see you. >> no one would claim her they assumed she was a spy. and we found out that her fingernails out. her hair had been shaved, and that she had been tortured. >> parents sharing their own torture as their daughter was held hostage by terrorists. >> i am in west phoenix, phoenix police involved in a shooting with a suspect, what witnesses say happened.
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street shooter, after lasterring this sketch around -- lasterring this sketch around one group says they are not getting the news. first, let's talk about this ... sorry getting ahead of myself. let's talk about the forecast. >> you have been busy even on facebook live that i just shared you around everywhere a bit of a light show. >> rain not discriminating against anyone. let's talk about abc 15 desert doppler, showing you what i have been tracking. posting updates on facebook and twitter, this is desert doppler you can see lots of lightning to the north of us real quick you can see what today will be like 84 for much of the morning, 83 by noon, sorry to back track i do want to show
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doppler, the rain we are getting is really to the northern part of the valley up past the 303 at this point. and also past the carefree highway but they are seeing lightning there too. keep that in mind if we head farther north, cotton wood, camp verde, quartz junction. i will con tip you to track this and -- continue to track this and let you know who is >> we are going to begin with breaking news now, phoenix police shooting a suspect near 57th and thomas abc 15s, mary ellen is joining us live from the scene what are police telling you this morning. >> reporter: right now we are waiting for another update from phoenix police so far they told us this is an officer involved shooting none of the officers are injured. let me take you to video of the
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according to phoenix police there was an officer involved shooting as i said no officers injured but that suspect is down according to witnesses it happened 3:00 a.m. this morning they heard some half a dozen gunshots fired and shortly later police were knocking at their doors evacuating them. many having to leave with nothing, listen to what they have to say. >> i don't have nothing with me i had to leave the apartment. >> reporter: now according to witnesses they saw canine dog pull the body of that suspect out of an apartment we are back out here live where you can see many of them stranded here in a parking lot there are many many earlier this morning, much of them were seen being picked up by friends and family, being taken to shelters a lot of them had to leave with nothing we have people out here without
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said phoenix police had to evacuate that building it could be as many as 20 apartments. live in phoenix, abc 15 news. also breaking overnight we are working to get an update on the condition of a person struck by a vehicle while walking. this happened near 51st and mcdowell we talked to the driver who stayed on scene and is co-operating the victim just stumbled on to the street she told us, he suffered an injury to his head the hospital as soon as we find out more details count on us to bring that to you. >> dozens of firefighters called to to this home lots of damage to the garage and attic we are working to learn if anyone was hurt. >> we are working to find out what one man brought to the carefree fire department the man was looking through his dad's old stuff and found a stick he thought could be a
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outside and called in the bomb squad. here is that robot picking up the stick putting it into a blast box and then the bomb squad carried it off they put it in a truck drove away and then blew it up somewhere the fire chief says if anybody finds explosives or something you thing is an explosive, do not bring it to a fire station. >> if anyone finds anything suspect, in their home or yard they repoetly close to an explosive leave it where it is, -- remotely close to an explosive leave it where it is don't bring it to a fire station or police station leave it alone. >> no body thankfully was hurt. reward is up and so are the calls coming in for black bmws everybody on high alert trying to do their part to catch this person right here, the serial street shooter after some body spot add black bmw along the i-
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this is what we were able to catch on our scanners. >> phoenix pd, the rp is not behind the vehicle they thing it is the social shooter. >> seize calls come -- serial shooter. >> all sorts of calling coming in. drivers were following a black bmw yesterday morning some body reported this older model bmw 77th and osborne. police are investigating every call that we spoke to a woman who lives next to the call called in she is glad people are paying attention. >> we are all looking for each other's safety at the same time it is sad, i mean it is their -- we see the black bmw older model to call in, just for safety purposes. >> police are working around the clock but we can't stress enough how valuable those tips are if you know anything call
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that reward to $75,000. we have been taking action every day to get word out about the serial street shooter and 7 people he has killed yet, hispanic leaders are saying many in their community don't know enough about it to help out. >> community is tired and they just want this guy caught and lack of communication. we need to connect it, strengthen it and get it done faster. >> she says a lot speakers have not heard about the serial shooter, block watch groups have been canvassing but more needs to be done. >> there is a special section online at abc 15.com. dedicated to catching this guy, sketches and interactive maps. >> you can bet police will be on their tails, ac auto rv in mesa catching a theft on their security cameras offering a big reward for tips that can lead
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>> reward, of $5,000 that we want to offer some body if we catch these guys we are serious about this, and we just want to make sure that we catch these guys and they don't donning to other people. >> each tail -- don't do anything to other people. >> each tailgate is worth a couple thousand bucks but think crooks will sell them much less. police shot a guy herbal store. we are working to get a description. one thing about meth on the streets, but -- it is one thing about meth on the streets i should say but meth in the classroom that is a whole other thing it is a conversation many parents and students will have this weekend. this is forcing studentstaff from their classrooms at mountain point high school. trace amounts of meth found after the on campus live in security guard abruptly quit
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>> i just don't know what they are thinking i wish there was more education maybe for the kids, and whoever but drugs can just ruin their lives. >> a foul odour lead to air samples and surface testing. the school says no body was in danger. >> new information on the big decision in the racial profiling case one arpaio's attorneys saying he is disappointed. the judge wanted to be removed and in a court filing prosecutors cited conflicts of interest. doj will investigate if arpaio will face criminal charges for ignoring court orders. 6:09 a.m. after less than a year on the job the woman running the troubled va phoenix hospital is
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retirement she says for health reasons. she worked for department of veterans affairs for 25 years she has only been in phoenix 9 months interim director will take over here until they find a permanent replacement. >> west phoenix water main, burst and create add sinkhole big enough to swallow a bus he watched thousands of water getting deeper and deeper under the cars for sale he called his boss in a panic. >> it was horrible. i was scared you know. and the water was filling the streets. and my place to work. and whole thing was crazy. >> while the pipe is fixed road keys need all weekend to repair that pavement. air 15 there. that video puts it in perspective how big it was.
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bus swallowed in by a sinkhole you know it will be bad news right. let's talk about some good news maybe below average temps you are saying i don't know how long they will last thought. >> not too long -- thought. >> not too long this is what it will look like throughout the day. 84 degrees. some places in the 70s this is what i want to show you storm chances the day. it will dip off after that, hitting 20%. >> kayla mueller may be gone but not forgotten how nau and her hometown will honor her memory and life work. >> how the spread of zika will
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>> your next blood donation will be screened for zika virus. food and drug administration, announcing the mandatory test. the virus is mostly spread by mosquitoes and was only in puerto rico all states are included, it can also be spread through sexual contact and cause serious birth defects. other health news diabetes testing may soon hit store shelves two south carolina researchers create add coated paper tab the idea is a drop of blood will turn it a certain color take a picture with an app and sends a reading of the color veterinarians like the idea but will use animal
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shelfs next year and life tab next year. some chemo patients can skip chemo. how does a free health screening for you and your family sound? arizona hispanic chamber of commerce helping put this community health and cultural it will run noon to 5:00 p.m. prizes and fun activities for kids this whole event is free. right now as we take a live lookout side towards sky harbour airport you see the control tower airlines are scrambling for new recruits they could start running out of pilots in 3 years which could mean huge travel headaches for all of us the study from north
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nothing changes it would reach a peak in just a decade. more pilots are approaching the mandatory retirement age airlines can no longer rely on a direct pipeline from the military. >> a lot of them are staying in due to the bonuses and other promotional programs the military has. >> united announced it is expanding its training program in denver and jet blue launched gateway select program pilots are guaranteed a job after they graduate. we have several road closures over the next couple days, these are all weather dependent. the plan is to close down loop 101 northbound, from mcdonald to 90th, 10:00 p.m. friday to 9:00 a.m. monday. hop over use state route 51 instead. i-17 will close both directions
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short portion this will be 11:30 p.m. saturday night to 7:00 a.m. sunday morning you can hop off and use some of those side streets to get around it or the 51 instead. >> hop out to grand avenue, you will see this closure, they are doing deck pour to the bridge overhead remember this big project out there grand avenue and bell sunday night to monday morning watch for that the alternate to get around the closure. head to abc 15.com for more closures. if you are just waking up maybe looked out your window and not seeing a whole lot of rain drops for some of you but that is not the case for everybody in the valley. >> at the very least a lot of people waking up to wet pavement, grass. >> clouds we like that change once in awhile >> it is nice on the weekends too, cozy, drink your coffee it is a little cooler.
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harbour humidity steadily dropping down a little bit that is good i think, the air starts to dry out winds variable at 5 miles per hour. we are at 78 and cave creek, 78 scottsdale, 75 deer valley, 77 queen creek and 81 degrees right now in maricopa i will be behind the scenes with abc 15 desert doppler and show you this is really where it is coming down. camp verde, quart junction this area has been getting nailed, lightning count over 240 yeah, just really getting nailed i want to zoom into the valley. it was getting lightning heavy rain if i zoom out to show you the rest of the valley you can see what is happening. cave creek new river we have a cell there but for the most
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up nicely. hey, your air quality today keep in mind we have an ozone high pollution advisory pollen will not be too bad medium range today's high 99 degrees. we will see a mix of cloudsun really for the most part today, a little bit below average for temperatures here. looks like winds out of the south and east 5 to 10 miles per hour. tonight overnight low, looks like 79 degrees overall not too bad storm chances will linger for us. here is forecast, we will see nice clearing i think, so tomorrow probably the better of the two weekend days 104 on monday, 105 on tuesday, after that we will hang out between 100 and 105, as mother nature works in some more storm chances hey, headed out to that d'backs game i have your forecast let you know what it will be like for that first pitch. speaking of the game tonight against the reds, you
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charities at the same time the fifty fifty raffle going on will benefit operation santa claus, yes, santa claus the annual holiday drive by abc 15 and sander son ford makes a huge difference in so many lives if you play tonight, good luck and thank you never too early to start collecting donations. >> don't forget we are giving away tickets to the cards broncos game september 1st all you have to do is download the mobile app and look for the contest entry go abc 15.com for all the rulemore info good luck. will he or won't he donald trump playing with our emotions as he flip flops on his trip to the valley it is still on but changing venues. baby animals are usually cute and cuddly but no body wants to cuddle these guys, baby rattlesnakes the popular valley location where they were found pgh >> on a lighter note we are
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residents of the wildlife zoo (vo) we went to hollywood to ask
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thousands stepped into the jennie-o tasting booth to find out. with just one bite, they knew.
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>> all right 6:23 a.m. we are going wild in studio a let's bring in rebecca from wildlife world zoo in the west valley. this is a beautiful stunning bird if you will tell us about it. this is angel. >> absolutely this is angel a sulphur crested cockatoo these
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australia they are not as welcomed as they are here it is common to see birds like her as pets all over the u.s. but in australia they are the pigeons so a little bit of a nuisance we had a man come up to us after one of our wildlife encounter shows she stars in and he was just cracking up saying i have to tell you the story about these birds he was a business owner one summer after he would leave his work and go to would be flat and couldn't figure out why this was happening he set up security camerathought it was a group of high schoolers but it was a group of cockatoos who learned to deflate tires. >> they are mischievous. >> they have brain power of a 2- year-old child. >> anyone with a 2-year-old at home knows they are capable of a lot. >> yes. >> i love her little blond
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have more fun? >> she is spoiled so i would say that phrase applies to her but that is how she gets her name. sulphur for that bright yellow color. >> she is beautiful. let's talk about what they eat. >> she eats mostly plants, fruits, veggies, seeds, nuts and will work for peanutfruit loops. >> works for peanuts. >> her favorite. >> a lot of us don't want to. you said she was a donated pet? and she speaks so she had a bit in her vocabulary already. >> when we got her she had a full vocabulary someone got her as a pet and didn't realize what comes with having a parrot. they are super smart so she ended up teaching us a lot of things she knows how to say the family that raised her is from the south so she has a southern twang to her voice angel say hi? and. >> she is a little shy.
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>> thank you so much angel thank you to you my sweet little bird. >> they are open every day of the year check them out on labor day maybe the kids are off it is a great place to take them of course have a good time right alison? >> looks like it will be a lot of fun out there especially if you can get her to talk hey, y'all does she say y'all? while you are out there with that cute animal how would you like to come upon this during a hike? probably n a rattlesnakes. can you believe it park rangers at mcdowell mountain tweeting out this photo of the fearsome family they stumbled upon this den cleaning out a tortoise has been tate they estimate 18 snakes were inside and warn those babies they are the most poisonous so a good word of caution to be careful hiking out there enjoying our sights because that is one of them rattlesnakes. florida man still recovering from a rattlesnake
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latest brush with death for this guy. we are going to call him pretty unlucky, kyle cook was mowing the grass when he stumbled upon the snake and it bit his ankle. >> i didn't feel anything at first and then i screamed for my life. >> luckily the kids were playing safely inside at the time. cook says he is used to getting scars, a brown recluse spider bit him this spring he also got bit by a small alligator he freed from a fishing line top of all that, he was hit by lightning four years ago. he says he is still waiting for his luck to turn. we will be pulling for him my goodness that is a lot of bad things to happen he is bound for good news. >> more news to follow coming up officer involved shooting. getting updated right now we will have latest information but we are hearing the suspect is dead we will get that all confirmed in a few minutes. plus, the legacy will live on
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friends will honor the prescott
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don't believe the hype, donald trump telling us the valley visit is still on the location he may be looking at next. >> crooks preying on people or
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the bottom of a brand new scam making the rounds right here in the valley. and you have to hear about it because these guys have already ripped off too many people. >> we will get to that plus more breaking news, mary ellen is on in just a few minutes we have to talk about that most accurate forecast you have been busy. >> it has been a busy morning a lot of that rain we were seeing in the valley pushed on out of here but there is a lot of action happening in some parts of the state. let's show you what is at abc 15 desert doppler this is a view of the entire state you can see, all of those lightning strikes the counter is going up past a thousand on this view. if we can, let's go ahead and zoom into the cave creek, new river area, you can see a strong cell just moved past there, now heading to the north and to the east, but that area, i mean man, picking up heavy rain, wind, lightning thunder
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where the bulk of it is. flagstaff, 15, 20 minutes ago you guys got nailed there also two guns, happy jack, this area getting pummeled. i want to show you this. 70s low 80s right now then we will be up into the mid-90s then we will hold on to that storm chance throughout the entire day. i will break down when exactly we have the best chance of rain that is coming up in just minutes. we do want to get to the breaking news we were just talking about earlier shots fired west phoenix this happening near 51st and thomas. this one is involving a police officer too. abc 15s mary ellen has been talking to officers all morning long, gathering details. mary ellen you just were speak being officers what did they tell you. -- speaking with officers what
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moment ago. we are told it will be out here for most of the morning this was actually from what we are hearing, a very scary situation for one woman who lived in these apartment buildings according to police she had a romantic interest, a boyfriend, that had left some items there, a few days ago. we understand there were issues between the two. he showed up according to police at 3 this morning with a gun and on drugs demanding these items, holding her inside this apartment. she managed to get a text message out to family who called police seven officers confronted that suspect in that apartment. but rather than comply, we are told he actually held the gun pointed it towards officers and that is when those seven officers fired. killing that suspect. so phoenix police confirming right now, that the suspect is not just down but he is dead
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sure everyone else was safe. >> we do the best we can to approach safely, taking victimby standers. those will be on our minds and we will have to be ready for it and account for it. >> now it is because of that reason they cleared some half a dozen apartments, according to police. any where between 3, 4, maybe 6 of the people from those apartments that have been out here since 3 this morning when police actually cleared those apartments they took them out very fast we spoke with one witness who told us they didn't even have time to grab their shoes or shirts basically they grabbed family members and left that apartment. now phoenix police saying right now this investigation will continue throughout the morning
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>> thank you. all new this death toll rising from wednesday's earthquake in italy, 290 people have been killed such a tragedy. residents are dealing with after shocks especially overnight the strongest measuring 4.2 today italy observing a national day of mourning including funerals for some victims. now most of the deaths have occurred in one of the three towns basically demolished by the 6 380 people are still in hospital. >> also making headlines across the nation dwayne wade is mourning the loss of his cousin she was shot and killed walking her baby in chicago's south side. the 32-year-old was on her way to register her kids for school. wade posting on twitter saying my cousin was killed today in chicago another act of
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kids lost their mom for no reason. police say she was not the target they are questioning one man who fired shots. just tragic there. this man facing charges in the deaths of two nuns killed in mississippi police charged 46-year-old rodney earl sanders with two counts of capitol murder, the sisters never showed up to work thursday their bodies discovered 10 miles from their home, both were 68 years old. sanders is now being authorities until his first court appearance. bond, james bond if you are familiar with golden eye that is probably what you think of but there is a new golden eye fbi looking for golden eyed bandit right here in phoenix he is responsible for two valley bank robberies this month including at this chase bank central phoenix both times he wore gold rimmed glasses hence the nickname. if you know anything submit a
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your screen, tips.fbi.gov. >> it has been a deadly week in the valley. two of those shooting calls came from south phoenix. police say two black men were invited into a home when one of them opened fire. two people dead in that one and then a few hours later a man with gunshot wounds showed up at a hospital saying he was shot in that same area police are not confirming shootings are linked but it has residents on edge. >> it's bad. it's bad. i mean we don't let the baby play outside that's for sure i mean we are always inside when we are here. >> police are encouraging anybody who knows anything call 480 witness and you can remain anonymous. i hope i never forget everything happens for a reason and that nothing should be a
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so many of you watched last night, never before seen video of prescott native kayla mueller and new outrage expressed by her parents about how the u.s. government handled everything with their daughter before she died in isis captivity. >> there is a way for her legacy to live on students who share her vision. kayla mueller memorial scholarship is set up at her students interested in international relief it was started by faculty who didn't know kayla directly but were inspire bid the impact she had on the world at such a young age. >> to have that sort of bravery, be extinguished in the world, and it just shocked all of us and then to further like look around at our other students just like kayla who want to do those kinds of things in the world and make a
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great way to honor her. >> the scholarship is donation driven we have a link on abc15.com you can also search for the kayla mueller scholarship on nau's website. >> her laughter will live on through children too. kayla's hands playground is located in prescott her hometown. her parents will be there to open mccain. well, no, he won't yes, he will no, he won't. actually yes, he will. donald trump tweet leg is in fact coming -- trump, tweeting he is in fact coming to the valley. he just won't be at the hyatt he is looking for a bigger venue we have a call into the phoenix convention sent tore see if they have been expecting anything to pop up trump has spoken there before. from their calendar it looks
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possibility. one of trump's biggest supporters is helping him out in a big way former governor january brewer will help his campaign open a brand new office in las vegas of course nevada an important swing state. we stay up-to-date on all election newlearn where candidates stand on issues as we inch closer to too ease primary and november 8th general election. download our free political app called it has everything you are going to need. >> let's talk about weather right now most accurate forecast. looks like mid-80s a little sticky outside. i think we will dip a few degrees before we venn which you wily rise up a-- eventually rise up into the 90s. you want your security
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we are taking action to get to the bottom of a scam making rounds here in phoenix. >> con artists are trying to rent out properties they don't
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listings from local property companies and listing them on facebook and craigs list we have to track down several hopeful tenants who are now out of their cash deposit. >> those are probably fake profiles here is a way to praefect yourself do your research look up the addresses on a legitimate rental site maybe like zillo maybe if you have access to mls that help and also call and verify the person you have been talking to, that way you can see who works for them. if they ask for money before showing you the property chances are that is not a good sign. >> i get a lot of complaints about bugwater leaks and no heat from renter who is don't know their rights you have a right to a safe, clean environment where you can live with appliances that work. >> if you can't get the landlord to fix it you have the
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put your request in writing that is when the clock starts ticking send a certified letter detailing how the landlord is breaching the lease by law they have 10 calendar days to fix the problem or you can void the lease and move out. if it effects health or safety, make that 5 days. about those security deposits you have the right to know exactly what it covers the landlord has 14 business days to send you an itemized list why you did or did not have your deposit refunded. don't agree you the right to take the landlord to court and let the judge decide. make sure you have all correspondence and pictures to help prove your case and you may be able to go to small claims court. one thing you can never do withhold rent. it won't get you any where, pay your rent send your certified letter give them time to fix whatever it is. go to abc15.com click on sections and let joe know. for all of your rights need my
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me. you have a problem, let me know. >> thanks so much joe. pet smart charityabc 15 teaming up every week to bring you the pet of the week. we are so excited erin from halo is joining us thank you for being here. he is a little chill but he has been giving kisses and hugs and cuddles. >> his name is tyger and he is a 6 month handsome brindle fella. he is a love bug his personality will change if i put him down for a minute he is lovey. >> he is. >> lots of love. to alison over here. >> he was earlier. >> he has kennel mates he gets along with other dogs he is a puppy he needs training, but he is already smart spent the night at my house and learned
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my cats did well with them, so he would do really well with a family, some kids he is very very playful, lovable, likes to give kisses. >> he is yeah, the sweetest he just has a very sweet demeanour here. we said he is how old? >> 6 months he has that unique look. >> yeah, i was going to say any idea what he could be? >> we think a little bit of a chihuahua and dax and some other things he is already 11 pounds will be 15 to 20 maybe. and then he is available at our main shelter, 2500 south 27th avenue. >> yep we got info on the screen. >> visit our website halo rescue.org for more information in case this guy isn't the one for you our shelter is full we always can use people to come down and adopt. >> yep absolutely always need
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families for our pets. thank you. >> thank you. >> oh, so cute. we appreciate it. >> look at that sweet thing how could you say no to that face. make sure you adopt, so many dogs and cats need forever homes. >> mesa 82, tempe, 82 glendale cooler, litchfield park 79 degrees phoenix we are registering, 84 degrees. let's look at abc 15, doppler a very active morning this is what we see across the state all these lightning strikes most of these to the north of us i want to show you where it is raining in parts of the valley, new river, cave creek, black canyon city, getting rain. this is tracking north and east you see it pushed on out of here everywhere across the valley is dry but a lot of us really getting some gully washers to use a word one of
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nature to the north doesn't even compare, flagstaff a half hour ago got drenched, red, yellow pushing through this is moving towards two guns winslow, get ready this is coming towards you. lightning strikes, strawberry, clints well, happy jack, this area getting pummeled, sedona picking up heavy rain showers too. we will continue to track chilly sedona 57, lee la bend. throughout the day we will dry out and then it will stay -- hela bend throughout the day we will dry out and then it will stay dry. most accurate forecast 90s by 11, upper 90s for the high.
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level 10 burn times under 10 minutes highs across the valley 98 gilbert and tempe and west valley just a hair warmer 98 surprise, 99 buckeye, 100 good year here is your d'backs forecast first pitch 95 degrees by the time that game ends upper 80s most accurate seven- day forecast 102 tomorrow's high, 104 monday then we start to work in rain chances by mid- week looks like temperatures will hover between10 which is average for this time of year. hey, stay with us a lot more
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>> there is nothing worse than seeing your kid hurt playing a sport they love. >> so dr. kerney from the core institute is here to tell us how they are taking action and getting parents kids family the piece of mind you really need when doing sports. you guys for starters actually are doing the saturday clinic, thanks for being with us. >> you bet our pleasure yeah, our saturday clinics start today, august 27th through october 22nd during the high school football regular season, our core institute north phoenix office, i-17 and union hills will have a walk in clinic from 9:00 a.m.
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gets hurt during the week you can't make it in or friday night football, walk in no appointments necessary you can get your child or athlete evaluated promptly. >> tell us how the idea came about. >> well, athletes have a lot of unique needs, and if you are an athlete or family of one you realize our health care system doesn't always accommodate those needs it is common to get hurt, go to urgent care, be told to follow up with your primary doctor, get seen 2 weeks later and you have missed half your season. >> a lot of time that is can get you back in action sooner seeing a sports medicine specialist. >> we heard about a two day window explain that, that is something a lot of parents maybe heard of but don't know what the rule is. >> yeah, great question we
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season athlete, youth, high school, professional all you have to do is call our mainline say you are an in season athlete we will get you in, within two business days an example this week i saw a kid thought he had a minor finger injury saturday in a football game by the time he got in, within a couple days it wasn't so minor and it needed urgent surgery and had he waited two or three weeks he could have had a dy this is a kid who wants to play college football. >> could be career ending. >> exactly. >> so we did go over this already, but anybody can come in? you take walk ins prefer appointments? >> if you are in season, youth sports, high school sport, college level, professional level you can walk in, we do take appointments, for all types of orthopaedic problems
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season athletes, serving that community walk in 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. north phoenix office. >> thank you so much for the core institute information on the screen this is for saturday clinics the doctor was talking about 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. thank you for being here. >> appreciate it. >> thank you. >> let's talk one more time about that most accurate forecast for you, go ahead there. there is that seven-day forecast99 a lit average 20% chance of showers today, really hold on to that chance of showers throughout the day a lot of places in the valley seeing rain download that free abc 15 mobile app and take a look at the rest of the week we will dry out, rain chances back mid-week. >> yes, and remember mary ellen was tracking that breaking news officer involved shooting phoenix police no officers hurt but the suspect is dead we will keep updating you on mobile and
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good morning, america. breaking overnight, flash floods, nearly seven inches in two hours, overwhelming parts of kansas city. rushing water rising in an instant. waist high in places. cars swamped. drivers looking for safety on their roofs. this creek rising ten feet in one hour, and rivers raging. what's coming up in the forecast. caught in the crossfire, the cousin of chicago bulls star dwyane wade struck and killed by a stray bullet while pushing her baby in a stroller on chicago's south side. >> we got a female shot in the head. >> the rising violence hitting close to home for the nba champ. the comments he made just a day before the murder. taking heat. donald trump under fire again. is he shifting stances on undocumented immigrants?

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