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and thank you for joining us this evening, we begin with breaking news, one man is going to the hospital after a shooting in buckeye. maricopa county sheriff's deputies are on scene right now investigating. we have a crew on the way near jackrabbit and lower buckeye road. the victim was shot several times and no word on his condition tonight and ofe we get them. a terrible scene unfolding in the west valley. a sheriff's detectives investigate the murder of a toddler. >> cbs 5's amanda goodman reports on what we know right now. >> reporter: a spokesperson here at the sheriff's office telling us a 3-year-old was killed in what he described as a violent death. it happened at the home near 111th avenue and peoria in youngtown. deputies say a 3-year-old was killed but they have given no other details. other than again, it was a violent death.
and a neighbor tells us there are five kids altogether. four of which live in the home with their mother. he said he was told it was an older sibling who killed the toddler possibly by stabbing and also claims that another child was injured but okay. of course that information not being confirmed by deputies at this point. here's what else this neighbor told us. >> they would not tell me who did the stabbing. or whatever happened in the house. it was something that i didn't want to know. >> reporter: of course we are working to confirm those details and again whether or not deputies have anybody in custody for this. as we get updates we'll pass them along. reporting in phoenix, amanda goodman, cbs 5 news. a brutal double murder in north phoenix. 37-year-old brandon sutherland was arrested for killing two people in a mobile home saturday. police say both victims were
we're told the two had severe cuts and a knife was found at the scene. now we're working to get the names of the victims but detectives do tell us the suspect is related to one of them. they're also investigating a motive. sutherland now facing murder charges. and police are still looking for these two men described as persons of interest in another murder case. last saturday, ernie sew la know was shot and killed at a convenience store near 42nd avenue and camelback. police be happened. >> we have pictures of two people who were in the area, we're not calling them suspects, just saying that maybe they saw something, maybe they have information, but it would be help. for us -- helpful for us to identify and locate them. >> anyone with information can call silent witness that number right there on the screen. 480 witness. you can remain anonymous. today two teenagers girls were burned in a lake fire on
started when a boat's engine motion ed. im-- exploded. it happened this morning after the boat launched into the water. >> right now the cause is under investigation by mcso. but we have boats that are on lake, they're using gasoline. and things like this do happen. we have boat fires from time to time. unfortunately, in this instance, we had people that were burned. >> the boat was carrying a total of four people and two dogs when it caught fire and both teens are still in the hospital right now. all new at 5:30 the i high school student accused of sexually assaulting several teenaged girls is back in jail tonight. tyler cost bonded out four weeks ago. we're working on confirming why he's back in jail tonight and we have reached out to the defense team and are waiting to hear back. terrifying moment for a phoenix family as they escape their burning home early this morning. as cbs 5's jill gallis explains the working smoke alarms likely
to the garage area. you can see it's now black. right above the garage, and this area has since been boarded up. but now, outside there's a huge pile of charred debris which will now help them determine exactly what started this. a man his wife and 4-year-old daughter were awake early this morning when firefighters say smoke alarms went off inside their two story home. with fire raging inside the garage, and smoke quickly rising inside the fast. to give you an idea of just how close the homes are spaced to one another. if you take a look up here to the second story window you can see clearly the freeborning up there and then the neighboring home is only a few feet away but completely untouched. phoenix firefighters say despite the garage they saved about 990% of this house from fire. the family's dog, cat and pet snake also all survived. reporting in north phoenix,
one hiker in north phoenix today. a 23-year-old woman became overheated when she ran out of water. firefighters were called in to help her get out of the dreamy draw recreation center. she's expected to be okay. ashley a lot of people again tonight asking when it's going the rain. and a couple of days it is going to be hot and dry though for us as we head into the start of the week. today we hit a high of 109. so that was three degrees warmer than yesterday. we've got a little bit of some clouds that are out there for us. otherwise just the sunshine. 108 outside for us in phoenix right now. 77 in flagstaff 94 in globe and 109 in bullhead city. winds out of the west southwest. nice breeze this evening for us in the valley. that helps when we have the heat out there. live look at the pinpoint doppler a lot of lightning out there but very little activity. it's very highlighted at this point with the -- isolated at this point with the cells that are just south out of holbrook. but you didn't see a lot of rain out of it. and then again, isolated
southwest of the safford area. and then one isolated cell that is just to the west of tucson for us right now. so as we head through this evening, we will see a few clouds out there. 105 by 7:00 and 103 by 8:00 and 99 expected this as we head into the 9:00 hour. temperatures as i said going to stay nice and warm for the start of the week. but we are tracking the monsoon and a tropical storm just to the south of us, details on this coming up in the seven day forecast. coming up after the break, it's been a presidential candidate donald trump. as some polls show hillary clinton pulling ahead. what he's hoping will give him a bump at a campaign stop this week. >> plus one group is going after isis in a very big and visible way. >> our facebook live stream is up and running. see what's going on behind the scenes, just go to the cbs 5 page and click on this video. >> coming up the scene is -- coming up, the scene is joining
well hillary clinton now has a sizable lead in of the polls but donald trim subpoena looking to push the reset button after a bad week. >> yes supporters for both presidential candidates hit the sunday cbs' wendy gillette reports. >> reporter: donald trump's support is sliding after a rough week. a new "washington post" abc news poll finds the republican nominee has the support of 42% of likely voters. compared to 50% for hillary clinton. according to a cbs news battleground tracker poll, clinton is also ahead of trump in key swing states. up by 12 points in virginia, two points in nevada. but trump is hoping to make up ground monday in detroit.
slash corporate taxes from 35% to 15%. >> mr. speaker, his numbers don't add up. >> of course not. i mean i think historically, no candidate's numbers add up. >> reporter: clinton will offer up her own vision for the economy thursday. she's hoping to move attention away from her use of a private e-mail server when she was secretary of state. the issue resurfaced sunday with news that iran executed an iranian nuclear scientist who was also a u.s. spy. >> in hillary clinton's private server, there were conversations among her senior advisers about this gentleman. that goes to show just how reckless and careless her decisions were to put that kind of classified information on a private server. >> reporter: her running mate came to her defense. >> i have heard hillary clinton say over and over again when i've been sitting next to her and watched her on tv that with respect to the e-mails i made a mistake and i wouldn't do it again and i learned something. >> reporter: clinton holds the
wendy gillette for cbs news, new york. a new billboard in chicago is sure getting a lot of attention this weekend. it reads hey isis, you suck. it's the work of sound vision, a nonprofit dedicated to changing the way muslims are portrayed in the media. the billboard is signed quote from hashtag #actualmuslims and paired with a quote from the koran life is sacred. joe? hi there. sports. home wins have been hard to come by for today going for the series home win over the brew crew. arizona with a power surge to get it done. all work and no play makes the cardinals a very dull team. hashtag #theshining. it's game week for arizona big
welcome back everyone. today a hot day for us. 109 was our high above our average of 105. even the morning was a little bit warmer than we have been over the past couple of mornings, we started off at 88 of degrees and temperatures will be tomorrow into tomorrow and then changes are coming our way this week. cbs 5 pinpoint doppler, a lot of lightning to the north and the east is where the storms have been today. they've been very isolated and
been falling. it's been moving to the northeast. a little by that's moving through -- bit that's moving through holbrook right now. otherwise we're nice and dry. to the southeast again, isolated showers through globe and through hayden moving through safford over the past through we'res and a -- three hours and a little tiny cell to the west of tucson. all eyes though on tropical storm javier. this one is going to impact us as we head into the middle of the week. so what is happening with it right now? what are we seeing? well, right now still just a tr lot of moisture wrapped and around it but it's not highly organized at this point but here's the track that it's going to take. right now it's got winds at about 50 miles an hour moving towards the west-northwest as we they had through the next couple of -- head through the next couple of days. by too tim we head -- the time we head into thursday, this is the time we get more moisture heading our way. the impacts for us is that we've got this dryer air moving
out and the moisture that we're seeing towards the east and over northern mexico combined with the moisture from the tropical storm all gets pushed right into arizona. we can see anywhere from about one inch to two inches of rain and a matter of days here in the valley. other parts of the state could get anywhere from three to five inches of rain. so we start off again nice and dry. but our chances for showers as we head through the week are looking pretty good. wednesday and thursday for us here in the valley the best c tuesday night though and our overnight hours we could see the rain moving in. for tonight, 86 the expected overnight low in phoenix. 51 in flagstaff. 85 for bullhead city and 59 for show low. temperatures tomorrow 110 expected for phoenix. 111 for bullhead city and 92 for sedona and 889 for payson. seven day forecast. start to cool down on tuesday we bring in the p.m. showers, not afternoon showers, p.m. showers, all day showers expected on wednesday and
we'll dry out and warm things up heading into next weekend. >> i got family coming in town. they're going to be like what in the heck. >> tell them to brace themselves. the olympics are also about highlights the culture of the host country. >> but in brazil that can be a little complicated especially with music. jamie yuccas reports. ? ? >> reporter: when you think of rio de janeiro -- it's hard not to think of a party. brazilian culture on display. that's called funk music. but many rio residents are upset at singer lou ja mila. only sang the festive chorus of just want to be unhappy. [ speaking foreign language ] >> do the song questions relationship with the government state. we believe it was censored.
musician mono tecch uses his music to criticize the government. he says the highlighting of funk at the prohibition is hypocritical -- olympics is hypocritical. >> if people are prohibited to listen to funk either in their houses or at the stadium. >> reporter: it points out problems within the government but unlike the united states brazil criminalized the music. [ speaking foreign language ] >> for many times we see emcees being shot down by gun bullets or have their equipment burned. >> reporter: cultural activists are fighting for funk to be open to everyone. o genre in the opening ceremony is progress. >> he wasn't hypocritical. it's a great showcase for them to be able to be a part of a big event like the olympics. and to be able to show their arts. >> reporter: but for tecco, funk is as act of resistance, he will keep writing music until the message inspires change. in rio de janeiro, jamie yuccas, cbs news.
and the game day rush -- packed house and the game day rush. friday's preseason opener against the raiders in glendale. the first ever slicing and dicing the roster down to 53. so many battling going on now. it's time -- against the opposition. where the cameras are, or better known as the eye in the sky won't lie. hitting each other for over a week. big red gets to take out their aggressions on a different jersey when the raiders come to glendale. >> just ready. is getting the first preseason game in. we always coming out here to compete for a starting spot. >> you know, at the end of the day it's preseason. so you know, there's ready to get to the regular season already. >> sun devils' coach todd graham is watching closely to see who will be the starting quarterback. wilkins wait or perkins? -- white or perkins? will have a loaded back field to walk with.
dynamic back field that can move the chains. >> me and demario. we're still considered the vets and we were considered vets last year you know just because all the playing experience we had from our freshmen year. i think not only the quarterback but a lot of the team depends on us to be good liters. mike butcher coming out to the mound. the pitching coach has his track shoes on after the team gave up ten runs or last few games. bradley going for the fifth win in the 3rd. jonathan belar. boomment for bill. it's a whammy. gone. looked like it was going to be a bad day. bradley, four and two-thirds three earned. dbacks tie it in the 4 #th. a momentarily lapse of muscular coordination. throws it away the go ahead run
jake lamb hitting .312 since june 17th belts nelson out of the park. 5-3 arizona. chris owings adds a triple then phil gosling steps in and. offense leads the way as the dbacks wane only the fifth home series of the jeer. >> just trying to push the envelope a little bit more and make some things happen on the offensive side. so yeah they were mistakes and we took advantage of and it was good and then guys started to square up the ball and the home run by lamb was huge to lengthen the lead. a very big game. whether you love them or hate him, yankees' alex rodriguez announced he's retiring and his last game will be friday at home against tampa bay. he will be unconditionally released to join the them as a special -- team as a special adviser and instructor. he is fourth all-time on the
number 3,000 facing colorado and ichiro deep -- and knocks it to the wall. oh, yeah, ichiro in style. rips a triple to make history. the 42-year-old, is on his way to the hall of fame. at the travelers' championship, jim furyk play on. birdied 6 through 12 and then birdies 16 and then check him out on 18. just misses the birdie. settles for the tap-in pga tour record 58. furyk finished fifth at 11 under four shots back of winner russell knots and guys finally game week for the arizona cardinals, i think everyone is very excited to see what the team can do against another jersey and especially raiders another good young team bringing in derek carr. the cardinals they're stacked. first step of the process, start well and start playing well at home. >> they look really good man. >> this is the year i can feel it. >> you can?
fishermen. >> nice right about now. 108 outside. [ laughter ] >> not on the water. >> hey it's warm there too right now. >> oh, yeah. thanks for watching cbs 5 news at 5:30. 6 "60 minutes"
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