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people that saw the whole thing say it looked like the teen was up and walking after. they're hoping he'll survive this. three attackers were involved, and witnesses think they took off in a blue and brown sedan. demanding the truth. students and parent versus no idea why their believed principal is suddenly gone, but listen to this [ cheering ] >> this is in gilbert today at a high school, and their principal's future is being discussed by the very people who have control of what happens next as we speak. sonu wasu has been on the story, and what are you hearing? >> reporter: well, we're hearing the principal is turning in her resignation. dozens of parents and students here at the board meeting that's just getting underway. many of the students are holding up signs, some saying we want watawa. the copy of the agenda just e-
could vote to accept the resignation in a closed door session tonight. this is the woman at the center of it all. the principal for the last three years. she was put on administrative leave about two weeks ago. we received anonymous e-mails, some questioning if it has to do with a math teacher also let go at the same time. others saying while she was a good leader there had been tension between here and administrators. the parents and students out here just want transpain city. >> i'm up -- transparency. >> i'm upset about lack of knowledge. i want top know why she's being excused, and they're not answering. it's been crickets. no information >> reporter: so a lot of tension out here at this meeting. again there's a sign saying stop the witch hunt. these students and parents are head coaching for answers tonight. i'm -- hoping for answers tonight. i'm not sure they'll get any. a spokeswoman says there's not
reasons with us as it's an internal investigation, so they may not get the answers they're head coaching for tonight, but one mom is hoping the school leaders here at least think about delaying this decision. back to you. >> certainly sounds like she's a popular principal. thanks so much. kirk davis' residence male hispanic, looks -- were resume, looks great. >> but the financial paper trail could land bars. navideh forghani is out near the 303 and cotton lane where davis lives, and is trying to get answers. >> reporter: he is out of jail. i called him and got his voice mail. 20 minutes ago i was able to speak to hips wife about the allegations against her husband. court documents reveal he's accused of embezzlement money from the pat tillman fund.
for seven years, but he didn't get his hands on the checkbook until the treasurer died in 2014. they've had people appointed to take over the account, but he refused to give control, writing a total of 114 checks to himself. it wasn't until the state office forced him to hand over the checkbook. his wife says they're newly married, and she knew nothing about it. >> we've only two years. i had no idea this was going on until he called me. >> reporter: she tells me she doesn't believe the allegations are true, and that her husband is a really, really good guy, so she's hoping everyone gives him the benefit of the amount. for now the vfw hasn't released a statement, and i talked to the gentleman that made the discovery, and he didn't want to talk either. >> thanks so much. getting new video into the live desk, and you can see the
there's also damage inside after a fire at this home near 28th street and van buren. the flames may have sparked in the attic. investigators sorting through it now, but the good news is no injuries to tell you about. all right, we wish we knew more about this one, but this is an update on the big breaking news from last night. police searching for two guys that their 20s that shot up a back room card game near 51 and cactus. we know they targeted and a 25-year-old man who died overnight. drugs and guns were stolen, and the guys are nowhere to be fund. what a difference 12 hours makes. the 202 back to normal now after a five-hour closure that hit in the morning rush close to the 10. a deadly crash there, and dps says someone was thrown from the suv, and that person was killed. that person was not wearing a seat belt. we also heard the car they cashed into barreled through a
speed. >> controversy surrounding the 49ers quarterback kaepernick spreading fast across the country. even sheriff joe arpaioweighing in on it rounding up a dozen veterans for a counterprotest. he says he respects kaepernick's right to protest, but it strikes a chord with him when he sits out. >> what can i say, he makes his own decisions. what trig ored me was -- triggered me was his comments and action, but i've been at least 12 years. >> arpaio himself is an army veteran, and he say it is anthem is played daily in his jails and tent city. tantrums over tacos, and of course it's the talk in every corner of our state. the arizona gmic party putting up a sign -- democratic party putting up a sign that says taco trucks on every corner.
needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few. my culture is a very dominant culture, and it's imposing and causing problems. if you don't do something about it you'll have taco trucks at every corner. >> some valley residents are so fired up some marched into the building today to register to vote. and ahead at 6:30, how people are taking action this weekend. >. the threat of a lawsuit forcing the day lay mail to re- - daily mail to on an article against donald trump's wife. she was going to file a lawsuit, and now they've retracted it. they say they didn't mean to make it sound like she worked for an escort agency. were ask tonight minor -- and tonight minority voters trust hillary clinton more than donald trump to deal with minority problems, but 47 percent think trump would be better at securing the voter.
do it best. 18 percent said neither. so this is life on the east coast because of tropical storm hermine. cities flooded, power out, winds chipping in south carolina. those waves extra high. tonight in maryland a state of emergency declared ahead of the heavy rain headed there. states up north filling sandbags and readying for the worst. storms blamed for one death in florida as it made land fall as >. new developments about a convicted terrorist in our state. his attorney wants a new trial ahead of his client's sentencing. the attorney claims false evidence was presented in the first trial. >> you'll want to know about this guy. 24-year-old david wayne smith is behind a string of burglaries targeting two neighborhoods. desert sky ranch and sun west in casa grande. while he sits in jail cops are looking into whether he's
mesa. >> the massacre shook the state to the core, but tonight there's still no memorial to honor those killed in tucson in 2011 where a key letter comes in. arizona's congressional delegates just add president obama to find money to fund the memorial. the memorial would be placed in downtown tucson. it's the second phase of development. guns are okay on campus, that seems to be the attorney general's opinion, and it could create changes for private schools across the state. the atrn it's okay for people to carry weapons on campus if they have a concealed carry permit. we'll continue to watch this and see if it turns into anything else. out there today it's been a quiet afternoon for the valley, but other areas across the state like the high country, that's where we've seen the showers and thunderstorms moving northeast, and as we lose the daytime heating and go into the evening, the rain chances moving out. little cloud cover left, but the rain chances out of here. right now here's the
in goodyear, 102 in glendale, and century mark in scottsdale. plans this evening out and about, just a stray shower chance through 8:00 or 9:00. about a 10 percent chance. i think most of us will stay dry tonight. we'll take the rain chances out completely by 11 tim, and keep them out of forecast into tomorrow. in fact mostly sunny skies valley-wide. 101 in mesa, and 102 in glendale and goodyear. more on the weekend. so many of you trying to travel around the state, and of games here this weekend. your forecast coming up. a bird strike at tucson international, and new at 6:00 we're hearing from the passengers for the first time since the plane turned around and they were grounderred for hours. >> >. the -- grounded for hours. >> >. the plane was starting to lift, and then slammed on the brakes hard, and we knew something was wrong instantly, but it seemed like it was under control the whole time, but you
didn't know why they were aborting it, and then found out we hit a flock of birds. >> >. frustrating, but really glad we didn't have a problem, so kudos to the pilot, and delta did really well at rescheduling the flight, so we can still get to new york today for a family vacation. >> yeah, a little delayed, but the delta flight was bound for atlanta. nobody was hurt. crews looked at the plane, but another aircraft had to be flown in to get everyone to their destinations this afternoon. a brutal confession, but he didn't get jail time until now. the big moment of justice after a valley man admits he killed his family two years ago. and getting a wrong way driver off the road, and once they did he almost fell into more trouble. if you get social security there's an e-mail going around talking about your account and logging in. is it real? tonight joe lets you know the one thing you have to see to know it's real.
down until tomorrow's mandatory roster cuts. nfl teams have until 1:00 nfl teams have until 1:00 tomorrow afternoon we don't agree on everything. but we do agree that an honest day's work deserves an honest day's pay. representative kyrsten sinema knows that. sed to work and pass a budget, she said they shouldn't get a paycheck. that's just common sense. and that's something we can all agree on. call representative kyrsten sinema
paul babeu exposed in a damning home video. extreme discipline used on special needs kids at a boarding school he used to run. widespread cases of physical and sexual abuse. and forced to wear nothing but a sheet. indisputable evidence that congressional candidate supported the abusive practices and even bragged about them. they're there for a reason. because they're hopeless. because they're hopeless. a long history of abuse, the students may never recover.
it was a brutal set of murder, and justice is finally being served three years after the crime. the man is in jail now after being treated at the state hospital all this time. he told detectives he killed his wife and son in goodyear out of fear he gave his wife hiv after sleeping with prostitutes. he then tried to take his own life a finally gave up, called 911, and confessed. he's going to live and he'll have a lot of questions from police after an officer involved shotting. the knife wielding man hasn't been identified, but they believe he was linked to a robbery case. he was shot at 33rd and deer valley road. he made threats against law enforcement while he was behind bars, now he's free, only by
francisco for this guy. he was arrested last november for a robbery, but yesterday he was accidentally released after being sentenced to three more months. a clerk made a mistake, and entered the wrong information saying the charges were dismissed. it was only caught this morning. dps troopers risking their own lives to stop this guy from hurting anybody. he was driving the wrong ape on the i-17 -- way on the i-17. multiple troopers rushing he was so drunk he almost fell into traffic during the sobriety test. and an electrical fire here at this home. the guy who lives there woke up in time and got out safety. we're told we need to keep our social security private, that
hackers can steal our identity. so what about the e-mails supposedly from the social security administration. cathy writes is this legitimate? i ignored it first, i'm glad i did, but will theatrally e-mail to -- they really e-mail to set up to an account? they want you to use a one-time code sent by text message and shows a link to access the account. only official site it does about the new security links, and most of their e-mails come from a.gov address, but some can come from a third party. since the link within the e- mail is what the hackers really want tow click on, let's concentrate on this. hover over it with the mouse. you can see the address where it's sending you.
all must have a slash directly after the.gov, but this is a fraud because the slash is later. so the link is legitimate here, but i don't click the links, i go directly to the site and do it there just in case. protect yourself, go to www.abc15.com, click on sections and then let joe know, and if you need my help, here's how to get ahold of me. i'm investigator joe ducey. if you have a problem, let me know. now to a new warning from the irs, a wave of cyber attacks targeting tax professionals by remotely taking over their computers to solve fraudulent tax returns. abc 15 sports, brought to you by sanderson ford. >> the arizona cardinals have less than 24 hours to cut the
tomorrow afternoon. today bruce arians said several plays exceptionally last night, and made a great case for making the final roster, and you're either got to get exposure or get exposed, but this year he say it is roster is so deep it's going to take right up to the last minute to finalize this year's roster. >> cut-wise there are some guys that made a case for themselves last night both ways. we're still talking, a lot of things can happen in the 24 hours with other teams, our team, so there's not a lot to say about that right now. >> so they're looking at trades right now, trying to figure out the final guys on the roster. >> going to be tough. >> yes, after chatting with them after the game it makes it so difficult. >> you're holding your breath. >> a lot of nail biting. >> and we're not even trying out. >> exactly. >> tough decisions to make. >. and now to the forecast, we have drier weather moving in
days. nice labor day weekend across the valley, and nice night this evening. you can see how quiet it is. abc 15 desert doppler tracking just a couple of spotty showers near gila bend, but those have dissipated. mainly dry. passing clouds here and there. sitting at 102. tonight we'll dip into the 80s, and then quickly warm up tomorrow. might have a few breezes tomorrow afternoon around 10 to 15 miles per hour, but highs will be right around average. today we topped out tomorrow 104. wild cats in town to take on byu in glendale tomorrow. overall a gorgeous die. clear skies through the evening. kickoff -- day. clear skies through the evening, kickoff around 90s. showers and thunderstorms across northern arizona all day long. going through the rest of the evening those continue to dissipate. eastern arizona also going to be more quiet through the overnight hours. couple of passing clouds in the
and thunderstorms along the rim. these will again move to the northeast. the valley expected to stay dry tomorrow under sunny skies into tomorrow evening. not seeing any big changes. drier air moving in, so that means that state-wide we'll be looking for much drier conditions, even into sunday and monday. look at the forecast with me if you're traveling across the high country, mostly sunny skies, 70s in flagstaff, triple digits into the saturday and sunday, and monday labor day forecast. looking nice and dry as well. upper 80s to near 90 degrees into sunday and monday, and even out in la looking for very nice temperatures as well. a great forecast out across the southwest this weekend right now at 67 in flagstaff, 90 in kingman, 102 gila bend, and in phoenix 102, and dipping into the 80s tonight.
beautiful afternoon at 87 degrees. not seeing any changes come into play until tuesday. we'll have some breezes, and watching a potential storm system wednesday and thursday bringing rain chances back and dip us into the 90s for high. >. the feds say let's end his 16-year streak on the run. the big push to catch this arizona fugitive. and how this guy had no other choice but to head to
we don't agree on everything. nest day's work deserves an honest day's pay. representative kyrsten sinema knows that. when congress refused to work and pass a budget, she said they shouldn't get a paycheck. that's just common sense. and that's something we can all agree on. call representative kyrsten sinema
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to see more often because us marshals are ready to end his 16-year run from the law. he's now the top priority on the most wanted list. he's accused of gunning down a 19-year-old at a house party in tucson. he led investigators on a trail halfway around the world to the philippines and they lost track of him. but nobody he'll be featured this weekend on the hunt sunday night. and this man first pled not guilty to sexual assault of a minor, and now he's changing it to no contest. there are claims he touched the girl and saved multiple photos and videos. a new bank robber in the
a lot of people fired up over this sign. several of you e-mails us. >> the sign is supposed to be poking fun at a comment made by a donald trump supporter. tonight we're learning how far state democrats are willing to go t joe bartels has the mixed reaction. >> reporter: the sign in central phoenix is catching a lot of eyes, and everyone has an opinion. >> if it was any other guy i'd say it's funny. but i think the trump people mean it. >> reporter: the democratic party saw an opportunity to use the message against the republicans. a few people came in off the street and registered to vote. >> yeah, we're trying to make
we respect the contributions of the immigrant community. >> reporter: the comment was made by the head of latinos for trump over the weekend. it's gone viral, and leaving a bad taste in some people's ballot boxes. >> it's idiotic and rude. >> reporter: the state democratic party decided to bring in a taco truck to feed volunteers trying to get every vote to turn arizona blue in november. a valley bank robber not even trying to look at his tattoos captured on surveillance video. focus on them because they're so specific. he hit up a chase bank on north valley parkway off carefree highway. this was this morning. if you have any information in the case call silent witness. and don't let this guy slip through the cracks or leave your mind. he's dubbed the golden eyed bandit, still wanted by the fbi for two valley robberies.
had a foolproof plan to not get caught after breaking into a valley business. he left his car at the crime scene and decided to report it as stolen. but he didn't factor in that his dna was all over the business, and stolen items found in the car. developing tonight, the trial over a north carolina law governing transgender bathrooms has been pushed back to may. the only trial date was set for -- original trial date the record november. it requires transgender people to use the bathrooms to match their birth certificate. and testify court filing on the joe arpaio settlement count have a number, we only know the lawyers wanted nearly 6 million dollars. whatever the agreement county officials still have to put it up for a vote. bringing the ocean to the desert, the odyssey aquarium in
morning. >> it's part of entertainment destination built off the 101. melissa blasius is giving us a sneak peek. >> reporter: hi, there's been a lot of excitement out here and a lot of busyness as they make last minute preparations. when you go inside the building you'll feel far away from the desert, and well into the deep blue sea. did you know that the odyssey aquarium which opens tomorrow has to make their own salt water to fill up their tanks? and if you like creatures, there's definitely something for you here. the predators really are the most fun to watch from the eels to 300-pound sharks. one of the hardest things to build an aquarium in the desert was bringing in the panels for the tanks in the summer. they had to keep them cool so they wouldn't warp or crack. the kids will love the nemo tank. there's about 3,000 clown fish in there. if you plan oncoming during the
days make sure to buy your tickets online to guarantee entry, and either come very early to find a parking spot or do something like uber. we're alsod to there's a secret -- also told there's a secret attraction they're not revealing until opening day, not even me, so there's going to be a lot of excitement here over the next few days. >> back to you. and forecast today. really nice out there, forecast for the rest of the evening topped out at 105, so near affirming highs in phoenix -- average highs in phoenix. 101 in deer valley, and scottsdale 102. 102 at phoenix sky harbor. south winds at 10 miles per hour. winds shift to the east tonights, and temperatures continue to fall with a sprinkle in the valley just about a 10 percent chance tonight. most of us stay dry. we'll see the upper 80s in the forecast by 11:00, and we'll
83 tomorrow morning in fiorina. a couple of -- phoenix. a couple of clouds overnight tonight, sunny tomorrow. up to 10 had. hot afternoon in phoenix. 102 in glendale, and if you're headed to the high country, a little more cloud cover and still a slight chance of a few thunderstorms. flagstaff topping out at 74 coming up saturday. what to expect for the rest of the labor day weekend forecast in a couple of minutes. it's going to take delta awhile to bounce back. new information on just how much its computerate costing -- computer outage is costing them, they're looking at $100 million in lost revenue. and southwest airlines lost 54 million from a july outage resulting in thousands of canceled flight. and a trip to santa fe is getting easier, american airlines is launching a new flight from there to sky harbor. lax projects for a record
labor day. they expect more than 800,000 passengers this weekend. multiple delays are expected there are those traveling to the east coast, and officers are beefing up controls to control the bumper to bumper traffic at the airport. joe ducey here talking about the four things you're doing now, like putting too much money down deposits that can be taking away. >> and paying with cash. that's like handing money over to someone and begging them to run off with it. >> and check online for licensing. >> and pick up the phone. with all the scams going around, if it's not your parents or kids let it go to voice mail. >> go online and tell us about the schemes you're seeing now. and phoenix is losing an
marketplace. phoenix health plans say they're backing out because of economic challenging and underlying risk, so sigma will be the only offerer in maricopa county. it's the ultimate test. the truth test really, but one little white lie may be the reason the roads are becoming more dangerous. the risk we take every with lithium batteries. >> >. do you know someone battling breast cancer that's giving back to the community?
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the battle. last year deaths were up by 3,000, and the numbers could be far worse. here's the challenge, there's no truth test to know if drivers were really on phones when police show up. give yourself a truth test this weekend. if you've had too many drinks don't get in the car. you have aaa's tipsy tow. they're available monday at 6:00 p.m. through tuesday at 6:00 a.m. by now you probably heard of samsung galaxy note 7 catching fire and the recall because of the battery, but take a look at this video, captured during a test on a plane carrying the batteries. the reality, we rely on them in every day life, but there's a lot of energy stored in just a tiny space. other companies facing the issue face tesla, the makers of hover board and computers. inside look at how brock
the once stanford stand out tries to regain a normal life. and a bombshell. effecting all of us. the ban causing a huge shake up with antibacterial soaps. >. and we have a drier forecast coming up. we'll talk about what to expect and what's coming up for labor day after the break. kaepernick continues his refusal to stand during the national anthem, but during a week of social media pressure and boos he decided to put his money to work to cause. dental services are just
it's at that case that angered so many, and now it only seems to be escalating. brock turner is back home far from the jail cell he sat in for just three months after a six-month sentence for raping an unconscious woman. now we're getting an inside look where turner sat behind bars in protective custody. his next step the moving back
and registering as a sex offender for the rest of haze life. and a new bill will have mandate prison time convicted of sexual lay assaulting an unconscious person. and new documents revealing hillary clinton told agents she couldn't recall any training on the handling of sensitive information, and relied on her aids to use their judgment when e-mails here. the fbi also presented clinton with discussing the classified us drone program, and clinton responded she thought drone strike classification depended on the context and was unaware of what the c marking went. the fbi director recommended against charge, but the scrutiny hasn't let up. and hillary clinton allowing members of media to travel with her on her airplane
media access. and the fda bans certain chemicals from antibacterial soaps says there's no proof they work. research suggests it can interfere with hormone levels. scientists worry it raises the risk of infertility, early puberty and even cancer. kaepernick says he won't stand for the national anthem until he sees real change, bu after getting booed last night in san diego and surviving a week of social media pressure he's decided to put his money where his mouth is. >> i am planning to take it a step further. i'm currently working with organizations to be involved and making sure that i'm activity in these communities as well as donating the first million dollars i make this year to different organizations to help these communities an help these people.
the decision to sit or kneel in the anthem, i have to give him credit for his willingness to do more than just talk. a million dollars could really help if it's funneled in the right direction. a million dollars. >> yeah. >> that's impressive. >> that's what he should have done in the first place maybe? >> well, he's felt that pressure. he had 49er fans booing him, but he's stepping up now. tropical storm hermine slamming into north carolina today, but now it's heading virginia bringing high surf, wind and rain, and authorities are warning people not to go in the water, just stay home. and here's the mess it left in florida. it left several inchesover rain. laura, i understand you're tracking hurricane lester. >> yeah, hurricane warnings and watches out for hawaii, and take a look at this satellite and radar composite. still moving to the west and northwest, sustained wind at
gusts with this storm to 127 miles per hour. hawaii not expected to take a direct hit, but overnight tonight this storm is going to continue to decrease, but will still be at hurricane strength tomorrow. category 1 storm will continue to move off to the northeast as we go through sunday. if you're traveling to hawaii keep an eye on this. it could change paths over the next 24 to 48 hours before it moves to be a dissipate into early next week. closer to home, all quiet. no rain in the valley today. right now looking back to the west a beautiful sunset out there as you look towards downtown phoenix with me. 103 in mesa, 109 in deer valley, chandler at 102. glendale 103, and anthem 101. wind speeds light today, and state-wide here's where the showers and thunderstorms have been. stronger gusts throughout the afternoon and a few lingering
over the next couple of hours. here in the valley, mostly clear, and expected to stay that way. drier air now working its way in. that will be keeping shower and thunderstorm chances this weekend north and also out east through the white mountains heading through the day on saturday, and then we go into sunday and we'll see the monsoon moisture continue to move off to the east, so state- wide, if you're traveling looking very nice. just a slight chance of a few thunderstorms. tomorrow too muching out at 7 -- topping out at flagstaff, and sunny skies and triple digits expected here sunday and monday, and here in the valley just above the 100- degree mark with 730s for flagstaff. no -- 70s for flagstaff. no rain chances here saturday, sunday, monday, and tuesday still keeping it dry before the rain chances coming back in the middle of week next week. 70s tomorrow morning in goodyear, then back up to 101.
hitting 102 saturday. here's the extended forecast, the most accurate forecast, again a few change, but not until wednesday of next week. we'll see breezes return, highs drop into the 90s. morning lows in the 70s. slight thunderstorm chances thursday and friday. it's time for craig fouhy's all star, and we're headed to the football field for week one of the youth football season. two teams very excited to get the season started. >> reporter: it's 7:00 on a typical saturday morning, and the players and coaches are already on the field preparing for 8:00 kickoff, but before the first snap you have to get weighed in. >> 94. >> thank you sir. >> and check your fingernails and cleats. >> reporter: once the pre-game checks are done it's time to warm up, then get the game started. >> deferred their choice to the second half, white team will
place, the ball is on the tee, and it's time for the fusion and white to square off against the fire birds in red. it's game one of the 2016 season. for every team on the field there's a support staff working behind the scenes, and probably none more important than water boy. meet julio, the 12-year-old that chemos the fusion hydrated. they put together a drive. 22, jones takes it in, the fusion are up 8-0. but the next drive the fusion run off tackle right, but jack dickerson steal it is ball and returns it for a touchdown. n fact, he does it twice -- in
game. congratulations fusion and fire birds, you're this week's small stars. might see a few of these guys out there in a few years, desert banner medical center seeing double. they've delivered nine sets of twins in the past three days. this is just one of them. they're from tempe. and to get perspective, the hospital typically delivers one or two sets of twins each >> very cute. here's tonight's prime time line up. we're back with more news at 10:00. >. and we have breaking news from phoeni score big at casino arizona and talking stick resort during the $500,000 guaranteed cash giveaway. the cash will be flying every weekday starting september 5th. join the half million club with $500,000 guaranteed...
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treatments including cleaning, cavity, filling. no need for an appointment. asu hosting nau saturday and you can tailgate without a grill. tempe mission palms is opening up the parking lot for a tailgate. free live music, free actives, and they'll be selling food. the tailgate saturday is from 5:00 to 7:30 p.m., and if you like music there's a concert series starting at tempe marketplace next week. there's a rock band 7:30 on thursday. she admits to being high when she caused a crash this weekend that killed two, but now she's out after jail after a -- of jail of a controversial decision by a judge. and she's got a black belt and a scuba diver, but see how
dream vacation. one last look at the forecast. tomorrow 104, 103 sunday. we keep it dry through wednesday of next week and see the 90s return the labor day is looking nice, especially for those off on monday. i'll be here [ laughter ] >> cell, what are you seeing -- yeah, what are you saying there [ laughter ] >> thanks for joining us, shark tank is up next. >> we'll see you back here at 10:00.
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