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live from cbs 5, breaking news. following breaking news in phoenix, right now, police are telling us they're investigating a shooting at desert ridge marketplace. these are live pictures. investigators said they got a call about one man shot at the shopping center. that's not confirmed. they're seen putting up police tape near the chipotle we have a crew on scene. we'll pass it along to you throughout the newscast. tonight a quiet community in sun city is shaken up after two people found dead in a home. jessica parsons has the latest. they're confirming that the deaths of two people in the home behind me is suspicious in nature.
identities. this is left the neighbors in shock and with questions. >> at 5:30, two bodies were found inside this home. neighbors said the sight of a crime scene is shocking for this retirement community that's quiet and friendly. >> it's a wonderful neighborhood. >> paul davis has lived here to 20 years. >> they were wonderful neighbors >> we can confirm there are two individuals in the home. we have not confirmed their identification. >> paul can speculate what could have happened. the wife passed away and seemed
$13,000 worth of firearms and drugs. >> tribal members are protesting the dakota access pipeline and now people are marching to raise awareness here. they're worried about the impact on drinking water and sacred lands. >> we're always on the bottom of the list when it comes to needing help and protection and cle can to bring attention to that, to stand in solidarity around bring light to these issues. >> for weeks, native groups have been protesting the pipeline in north dakota. now, some arizona tribes are bringing that fight to downtown phoenix. >> we're so much stronger together. >> the federal government asked
company to halt construction of the project. but the group here said the fight is not over. >> we need to stand strong and say no and no to those big oil conditioners. the birds in the air can't speak for it and we need to be the voice for that. >> several of these protesters just got back from a trip to the standing rock reservation where the largest protest is taking place. they're gathering donations for food and medical supplies to send to those on the front lines. >> to pray, to it be unified and in solidarity with peaceful and active direct resistance and prayer. >> tomorrow, the 15th anniversary of september 11 and
emerged after they collapsed. they found this steel cross and now it travels the country, stopping here in the valley. one local pastor hopes it shows law enforcement how much they're appreciated. >> in a time when there's political tension and racial tension, it's important for the church community to remind love is essential. >> it will be here through september 14 and then to the property where the church is under construction. another september 11 memorial, the healing fields at tempe beach park. thousands of flags are planted. each flag is 8 feet tall and carries are the name and information of a person who died in the attacks. >> it's an amazing tribute to
i feel it's the best way to pay homage to the people. there will be a ceremony tomorrow morning and a candlelight vigil in the evening. >> for a full list, head to our website, cbs 5az.com. >> or our news app. >> you supporters in the basket of deplorables. >> a lot of flak for the omment and pulling back after last night. his supporters, she released a statement, last night i was grossly generallistic and that's not a good idea. i regret saying that. >> she added they're
i think it will cost her at polls. >> beautiful evening and warm. temperatures got up to 104 and two degrees above the average. not to the record of 111 in 1990. a dry heat. 19% is the humidity. winds calm. seeing an increase in moisture. especially as we go into the afte and the high country and on monday, we'll see more scattered showers. closer towards us and temperatures drop by monday. little bit of action in the upper elevations, it's died and tomorrow, the moisture comes up and that is around tucson.
and then monday, moisture getting closer to us an around flagstaff and payson and the rim country. the monsoon isn't over. we'll see more return as we go into monday. 55 tonight and 60 in prescott. and 49 in flagstaff. and lake havasu, 107 tonight calling it clear and calm. down to 80. tomorrow, repeat of today but an increase in cloudiness and isolated thunderstorms. they can spill out over the mountains at time and give us dust and sand. that's going into monday and pretty nice weather if you like it in the 90s and nighttime dropping to the 70s. and that's the middle of the
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stopped by to visit kids and was with cardinals cheerleaders and big reds. she was in assembly glee. >> the cardinals take on patriots. tom brady is keeping his arm warm. his wife posted this picture of it shows them tossing the football and saying, i'm keep him ready. >> yes, and tom brady knew nothing about the deflated balls. >> nothing. >> nothing. >> cardinals going for the
the sun devils had the ideal, and dared to be great situation. they squared off against texas quarterback. and as good as you'll find. both sides don't disappoint. asu starts freshman from chandler high, they're up. short lived. they find derrick's 59 touchdown, and tech is up. the man child from colorado, busting through. sun devils on top.
and devils come back. and tech rallies. justin stockton gets it, and this one is a wild one. tech is up, 41-37 but asu goes 84 yards and they run them, and that's a 2-yard touchdown. right now, asu is up 58-41. and the opening performance against by no touchdowns and two picks. >> he gets this start. wildcats, looking to please the masses. tigers don't care, opening drive. on the shuffle pass. two yard touchdown. tigers jump out. second quarter. and kinkaid the corner.
touchdown. 14-0 tigers. and tonight, arkansas blowing up. fourth quarter. tcu is up. and hatcher, for 6. and a two point convention is good. and it goes to double over time. and allen gets help from his >> central michigan, oklahoma state. cooper chucks it downfield. and that's a lateral to willis. but the play shouldn't have happened. a misinterpreted rule and that extended a game. they lose, 30-27.
within 7. leather necks answer back. sean to lance, and jacks lose, 34-20. the patriots, their last trip to glendale, arizona, it was a win. tom brady isn't on the field but taking pictures with his life. suspended for the first four games, so jimmy, come on down. first career start. the cardinals defense wants to ra he has a familiar face. outside linebacker, traded from the patriots, can't wait for this one. >> i'm excited to face the old team. >> very excited. >> i'm taking this like a regular week one. this is a big game for me, they said, but it's like another game. fortunate that i get to play against my old teammates.
understand why. >> with the cardinals, carson is stacked with weapons. palmer and the cardinals have the skill to get to super bowl 51. >> we're pretty good. we got to go out and play it and prove it and back it up. >> bradley wants to forgot about the start against the giants. and he's a professional hitter
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we have an update. here's a videos of that scene. phoenix fire said there's not a shooting but there was a tasing incident. the hospital, we're working to get details and the person okay. they've got non-life- threatening. we'll pass along information that we get through our mobile app. right now, the wildcats, they can't get anything going. over in tempe, 65-55, asu,
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