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in the middle of a residential neighborhood. it's not appropriate for such a program. >> that is state lawmaker talking about the maricopa reentry center. it opened illegally in the middle of a neighborhood. after an unroar from people living there, state corrections officials decided that sex offenders will not be housed there. but that's not good many, they said it should only house juveniles. >> hard to believe it's been 20 years since the murder of jonbenet ramsey, but there's going to be a mini series and a fresh look at one of the most infamous unsolved murders and they applied modern technology to look at evidence again and the mother's 911 call.
technology and able to hear things that were not heard on the original tape. or the the enhanced version. you'll hear all of the evidence, and when this investigative team looked at it, and they're the best, they independently reached the same conclusion. they believe happened. >> the two-part mini series is on sunday on cbs. a psychiatrist who worked on the case is speaking to us. >> it's rare in my experience that you see someone who is that articulate and knew who and when to push back and almost control big chunks of the interview.
tomorrow at 10:00. here in the valley, we had clear skies and our temperatures were nice and mild. heading into the evening with clear conditions and our temperatures will drop quickly. we're currently sitting at 99 and our afternoon high was 100 and 74 in flagstaff and 100 in bullhead city. our dew points are dropping. you can see, we've got 28 here in phoenix and 18 in flagstaff and 19 in bullhead city. the drier air is here. we've got a pocket of dry air pushing into arizona for sunday and monday and then changes come for the rest of the week. for the evening, 95 by 7:00 p.m. and dropping to 93 by 8:00 p.m. temperatures in the 80s by 10:00 p.m.
this initiative creates immunity for those marijuana impaired drivers. >> our team is uncovering big red flags over the ballot initiative that legalizes recreational marijuana. how it makes it impossible to prosecute people for driving under the influence of pot. >> let's say i've been ri and i get pulled over, the police approaches my car. >> i'm going it ask you to step out. >> and he says that because he wants to perform a field sobriety test but legally, i don't need to cooperate. officer, i'm going to respectfully say no to the test and i'm not going to answer questions but you have my
>> if that bac comes back at above a .08 i'm getting prosecuted for dui without the field sobriety test but if the recreational marijuana initiative passes i'm going to say no to the field sobriety test and if i had marijuana in my system, i would most likely get off scot-free. >> we're not able to charge cases submitted under the scenarios. >> he's a critic of it. he says the problem is one specific provision. it protects marijuana using drivers unlike any other substance. >> on the first page of the initiative, it states, driving while impaired by marijuana is illegal. but 13 pages in, it states, a
this state soully because of the presence of marijuana in the person's urine or blood, et cetera. >> a blood test alone isn't enough to convict someone for driving under the influence of marijuana. >> to say it's illegal and then denying the evidence to prove it, it negates the claim. it's empty. >> other states with the laws on the nanograms per milliliter for a marijuana dui. similar to our .08 standard. and anything above it and you're legally impaired but it's not in this initiative. >> why don't we have that here? >> we're looking to do it but the science isn't there. >> he helped write it and
impaired so it's unfair to set a limit that's inaccurate. >> it's making it harder it prove impairment. >> what it does, takes away the ability to say, you've smoked marijuana and you've driven and you're automatically guilty of a dui. >> law enforcement said what it does is take away a piece of evidence, the blood test. bill montgomery puts it this way. >> residential burglary is illegal but you can't use fingerprints, so i can't prosecute or hold they are accountable. still to come, thinking of new ink? you want to hear this warning.
to top on facebook or instagram? >> i've got my zoom lens on it. 20,000 people see what he sees through this lens. when they visit his instagram account. >> i had 30 followers and got two likes. >> that was before he was the top-notch instagramers in the area. posting stunning pictures of the endless state has. >> we have different artists out there that do great work. >> we met him downtown to talk about getting a great shot an attention online with that perfect picture. >> trying to get the best angles and make it more creative. don't take the same picture. >> if you shoot at sunrise or sunset, the light is best and helps your picture shine and using hash tags help bring
>> we've got carlos santana on the wall. >> if you want people to follow you or like your work, quality is better than quantity. >> i like that guy there. >> getting more followers and likes is great and having fun taking pictures, that's the most important part. >> there's a lot here to explore and a lot of adventure and things you can do with it. >> even the garbage cans are cool. >> rain didn't dampen the spirit of the beerfest in germany. it opened under heavy security because of attacks in munich, the first time that the fairground had to be enclosed by a fence. oktoberfest runs through october 3. >> a local celebration was more
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ink. the fda issued new warnings to keep you safe. not just tattoo shops where germs lurk, it's this ink itself. this fda said many of the pigments are used for printers or painting cars. >> it can cause problems like allergic rashes or inflammatory reactions. or important that you're aware of that. >> it's not just harmless paint. >> the agency is currently studying new ways to look for harmful toxins in the ink. look at this, it could be one day planted in your body and may be the solution to cure epilepsy.
reflects back from the implant and that's information encoded that tells you how the muscle or neuron or the nerve is firing. >> the professor that developed it at uc berkeley, the device doesn't need batteries. the ultrasound waves creates power for the circuit. it can track and trea conditions, it could record irregular heartbeats and offer more control over prosthetic prosthetic limbs. you can address them in a therapeutic way. >> she said the sensor gives new hope for 3 million
means, a really to have a seizure free life. >> it could be available for humans in a few years for human testing. all right, our weather, we've been seeing dry conditions and temperatures have been relatively mild. we hit 100 today. and we'll continue to have those nice cool mornings, the temperature trend shows we're going to be warming up slightly before we cool back down. and we're going to be bringing in a chance for showers this week. thanks to tropical moisture. our doppler shows how dry things are for us. we've got this dry air moving in from the west from california, and the pockets of dry air extends from san diego into phoenix, and it doesn't
days. with futurecast, you notice we don't get development as we head to sunday and monday. we start to see in the early morning hours the tropical moisture heading to southern california and that is where it heads first and best chance to see showers for us here in the valley, probably on wednesday and thursday. other areas could see it on tuesday. evening planner, we're going to and overnight lows are cool, 72 expected for phoenix. and 71 for bullhead city. temperatures for tomorrow, 105 for bullhead city and 103 for phoenix. and 78 for flagstaff. looking at your week. a few clouds on monday and a
evening on tuesday for a sprinkle. temperatures drop to the 90s on wednesday and thursday. it's been a day across the america. cardinals coach is no bruce wayne but he's suave. he may not have a bat signal but he's the beacon of hope. they have to protect from the joker. but they're prepared. winston plays fantastic and the defense needs a justice league effort. looking to avoid going 0 and 2 for the first time since 2005. >> more than anxious. we're chomping on the the bit. we left a lot out there on sunday. it's time to show them proof.
talent we have. it's time to display it. >> the coach might be a fan of the dark knight, scarecrow and joker and i broke you, how have you come back. >> wildcats sequel showed cape crusader and the collegiate start. he threw for over 300 yards and he gets the start tonight against them. louisville honors mohamed ali with stickers. that's jackson to smith. jackson pours it on and rips off a 47-yard touchdown run, jackson, the heisman candidate has 5 candidates.
ever given up by fsu and iowa takes on north dakota state. sticking it to iowa. chase has a two point convention. final play, 37 yards for the win. bam, the bison pull it off. the biggest in school history, they shock iowa. unlike the dark knight, todd graham doesn't have and savvy and a high iq. they come back from the depths of despair. they trail in the first by 8 but here comes asu, manny to the corner and harry, a one- handed grab. a circus catch. one more like, harry puts on a
conversion is no good. and that's to williams. 24-yard touchdown. and they rally. >> a 45-yard touchdown. a 3-point game. asu gets the ball back and that's the colorado crusher, he calls his own number for ahead touchdown. asu takes it. >> don't matter, all that matters is that you win. and we figured out a way to do it. i'm gratified as i've been to win that game. that game was really, really difficult and showed heart to come back. >> last time zach faced, well camp is opening today.
gorgeous weekend in store and dry conditions. temperatures warm into tomorrow and a high of 103. 105 on monday and then changes. we have a slight chance on tuesday for sprinkles but a 20% on wednesday and thursday for all day showers and temperatures cooldown to 95 on wednesday. >> we're facebook live- streaming. and somebody said, somebody wash their r that is superstition. that's does it for us, see you at 6:30. cbs5az.com. brought to you by the law tigers. call 1800-law tigers, your
a new page of controversy for sheriff paul babeu. sources tell us the fbi has subpoenaed records related to how babeu's office used seized criminal money also known as rico funds. critics have said pcso's use of the foundation is like money laundering. and they've also accused babeu of using the funds to fuel his campaign. it may already be illegal campaigning with government resources. or if they're just being used to make the sheriff look good,
? ? ? captioning sponsored by cbs >> morgan: if it was a joke, it backfired. donald trump ignights a new gun control controversy suggesting hillary clinton's security team should drop the weapons. >> let's see what happens to her. take their guns away. >> morgan: also tonight, mysterious explosion momen before a charity race for u.s. marines and sailors. a florida zika zone triples in size. and 40 years later, a stunt man follows evel knievel's footsteps straight across the snake river canyon.