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her young daughter methamphetamine. we are learning more about her previous run-ins with the department of child safety. when it comes to politics arizona has always been a red state that the tide could be turning for this year's election. we're getting answers on how our state could play a big role. reverse mortgages, they are expensive and risky but new rule changes have made we have the answer coming up. >> this is cbs5 news at 5:30. >> there is new information about the valley mother accused of killing her 22-month-old daughter. police say natalie gave her child methamphetamine, to counteract the methadone that the girl had gotten into. the department of child safety previously looked into six reports of child neglect.
before the death of the girl. russell has two other children which are now in the custody of dps. -- cps. hillary clinton is enjoying the lead in the race for a white house. she is shown with a 10 point lead over donald trump. the surveys were done after the convention and with third-party candidates factored in. candidate with the lead after the convention almost always goes on to win. a new poll shows that odds are good that hillary clinton could win
it could depend on whether or not they could convince enough hispanic voters to vote but even then it is not a slamdunk. the latest poll shows the democratic nominee within the arrival. >> you can't expect to win arizona and growing demographic needlessly. >> others show clinton maintaining a lead with hispanics which made up 17% of all voters during the last presidential election. groups are working to increase those numbers with a goal of registering 72,000. others show
-- that is about 50,000 short of their goal meaning they will have to register 800 new voters every day until the october registration deadline, -- deadline. >> we always scale up when school starts. >> many also feel betrayed by democrats remember barack obama more immigrants have been reported during any other time in history and they for-- refer to him as the deport are -- the deporter in chief. he has raised close to $10 million, it has been donaby
ignoring court orders in a racial profiling lawsuit. >> happy monday everybody. temperatures are uncomfortable, up to 110. the do points-- the dewpoint gives us a relative humidity, we will see an increasing chance of thunderstorms for tomorrow but so far when you look at the numbers, 28 days now with temperatures above 110 degrees to the record set back in 2011. it's not a record we want to hit and the highlighted areas, the flash flood watch issued from national weather service and covering the valley, and other
of whether you should consider one. >> reverse mortgages are now safer but consumer experts like money talks news says that does not mean they are a good idea necessarily. they are loans available to homeowners when they turn age 62. instead of making payments they get paid monthly by tapping the equity in their home and not pay it back until they spouse passes away themselves or sells the house, then the heirs. back or keeps the house or the ownership-- being takes ownership of the loan. they are harder to obtain and less desire was-- desirable for borrowers. here are some of the positive changes. they now must qualify under- scrutinized histories to make sure they can pay back taxes and insurance.
safer, less defaults for nonpayment which leads to fewer evictions. you cannot get all the money at once either. devious borrowers could get the entire amount wider-- right away. now they can receive only 60% of the loan in the first year. they still need to be 62 as they did before but not their spouses. the loan is based on the younger spouses age meaning loan amounts are less which makes reverse mortgages less attractive. borrower died which means evictions for elderly spouses, now they let spouses stay in the home if they can still pay taxes and insurance. the bottom line, the new rules make reverse mortgages safer for people who are in serious need of financial help. think about it there. the fees and interest rates remain more expensive than a
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cbs5 news at 10:00. amazon could be facing stiff competition. walmart is buying e-commerce site jet.com that specializes in bulk orders. they hope the deal will help jumpstart the online shopping business. pokimon go is now banned in iran, they are the first one citing security concns others have stressed issues with security-related issues. more and more vacation time is being left on the table. they found that 658 they found that 658 million vacation days went unused last year. planning to hit the road before summer is over? now is a good time. gas prices are at the country are at the lowest that we've
breaking news in the valley, a confined space resc carefree highway. three men are in a storage area where they were trying to pump out water. is a serious situation and all three men are unconscious. our chopper is heading that way and will bring you any updates before the end of the newscast. >> i can't wait to show you my toy. what a weekend for the suicide squad bringing $135
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sac was a quirky kid and always smiling and trying to hold it together but that's one of my babies that we lost. >> he began his daily news conference offering thoughts and prayers. >> the sun devils putting on the pads and looking like a team that is ready to play some football. things got pretty physical d from the quarterback right now on the website. the sun devils were ready to play some football. the rookie has earned the spot for the preseason opener and it is the rookie's job to lose.
we want to take you live back to breaking news in the north valley. our chopper is live near third avenue and carefree highway where crews are trying to rescue three men stuck in some type of underground storage area. joining me live is phoenix fire department, what can you tell us about this situation? to the underground storage area where we have reports that one person had fallen approximate 20 feet. he was pumping water and fell down, a second person attempted to rescue him and passed out himself. a third person had also gone down. we had three people that were unconscious approximately 20 feet below ground so firefighters were their own
that that environment was oxygen deficient, one of the things we were concerned about when we go below ground. it was found that it was oxygen deficient so we have three victims all removed and being transported in extremely critical condition to area hospitals. >> we can see some of the people you've helped there. you said they are in extremely critical condition right now?>> that is correct. >> i'm sure you will keep us updated. thank you for joining us. this afternoon we had temperatures above 110 but this is a live look. one of my favorite places, all brought to you by a tropical storm that could bring some
a pretty dry day and here is the latest. this is tropical storm javier with gusts up to 75. it looks like we will stay a tropical storm and here's where we will end up on wednesday but a good deal of rainfall will pass into our area. tomorrow morning there will be a few clouds afternoon to the evening showers, here's 7 o'clock, our best chance of rainfall will take place in the overnight hours. that morning commute on wednesday could be a little dicey. mid-80s, here's your seven-day forecast and you will also see
pretty calm day tomorrow with temperatures below average and increasing clouds late day, best chance wednesday morning with highs in the mid-90s. things dry out by the tail end of the week and into the weekend. it is nearly impossible to hotwire a new car but these are finding another way to steal a tech savvy ride. a series of thefts that have happened in texas. security cameras show this guy getting into a jeep wrangler and breaking out his laptop using the onboard computer diagnostic port to trick it into accepting a generic key that he brought with him and then driving off. >> who needs to hotwire when you have a laptop? it belonged to my daughter. >> my daughter was sleeping in the room above it. her dog was sleeping with her
it's like being invaded. stealing your stuff. >> to they target older cars but not these two, working always at night they struck again using a laptop to take this jeep and police arrested them but believe the pair made off with up to 300 vehicles that were smuggled into mexico.>> if somebody actually has the knowledge and the ability and utilize the ability to be able to commit the theft it is a scary situation. >> a similar string of theft-- that's art-- of theft is under investigation which investigates insurance has noticed an uptick in harder vehicles being taken. >> it surprised us because they have all this new technology. >> it's almost like cyber hot
>> in the old days thieves could hotwire a car but when the technology came along it was no longer possible to hotwire a car which is why we saw auto theft really drop-off. as with any type of crime the thieves only-- found a way to outwit technology. >> cbs news washington. >> it makes you want to go back to the clash. that's all we have, scarpelli is up next, we will see you back here at 6 30. thanks for joining us, everyone. www.cbs5az.com, your online home for news and information brought to you by the law tigers, call 1-800-law tigers , arizona's motorcycle
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