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ab in the upcoming election. the deadline to register is midnight tonight. we have answers that you need to know. >> people can register right now on the service arizona.com website until midnight. earlier today the website look like this. they crashed. when it sought 10 times more traffic than normal. that is a sign we could be in
registration record. >> they will be mailing the ballots out. >> reporter: with hours to go a steady stream of people registered to vote inside the state democratic and republican party headquarters. >> i have a tendency to procrastinate. >> i think a lot of people like myself have left the process be on its own. at this point we are realizing standing on the sidelines will not cut it. >> reporter: both sides said is unusually high-profile campaign season has only gotten more high- profile recently. >> last friday was the release of the trump tapes as well as what happened at the debate. i think people are seriously thinking we cannot let this man become president of the united states. >> on the heels of the last debate donald trump came out swinging and people thinking one the debate last night. >> reporter: whatever the reason the spike in online registration gave people trouble.
through. >> it was frustrating. >> reporter: historically the top three days for voter registration have fallen on the last day before a presidential election. if this year's deadline date sets the record democrats and republicans say the same thing. >> i would not be surprised. >> you can only use the website if you have an arizona drivers license. if you do not, you have to register in person. the only places register now are the democratic and republican party headquarters. we have the details on that on our mobile app. senator john mccain and congresswoman ann kirkpatrick as they look for your vote. they had a debate tonight. kirkpatrick tries to unseat the five term senator. >> reporter: it did not take
donald trump. mccain said tomorrow marks made about him in the past were forgivable when the latest tapes surfaced mccain has said that was enough. >> when mr. trump attacks women and the means the women in our nation and in our society, that is a point where i have to part company. it is not pleasant for me to renounce the nominee of my party . he won the nomination fair and square. i have daughters. i have friends. i have so many wonderful people on my staff. they cannot be degraded and demeaned in a fashion. i believe that i had to withdraw my support. just as i cannot support hillary clinton. >> reporter: mccain went after into patrick's support of clinton. mccain called clinton a liar saying she was not truthful about her email scandal and what happened in benghazi your
willing to take back your support of clinton. she said every investigation including benghazi found clinton did not do anything wrong. >> my heart goes out to the families that lost loved ones in benghazi. there were at least seven congressional investigations and they all came to the same conclusion. there was no wrongdoing. the majority leader of the house kevin mccarthy actually said they only did that for political reasons. to embarrass hillary. today on the campaign trail clinton touted her performance during last night's wild debate . she claims her campaign now picking up supporters not from democrats and independents and even some republicans. as for the gop house speaker paul ryan said he is no longer able to defend donald trump. after the release of the tapes. during an emergency meeting with congressional members ryan said the tape puts republicans control for congress in
keep it here for continuing coverage of campaign 2016 on air and online. we are tracking your tomorrow. tomorrow's hearing was made at the request of prosecutors who are mulling over whether the sheriff will face criminal charges for failing to stop 2011. we are tracking a developing story out of southern california. a man in critical condition after he was shot by chp officers on the freeway. the busy interstate 5 is backed up for miles. this is near irvine. the officers were chasing the man when he stopped on the freeway and made a run for it and was hit. he was hit by a passing car. as police were trying to help, there was some sort of fight.
an alleged straightlaced ends with cars wrapped around trees. a teenager in two young men are dead. we have the latest on this investigation. >> reporter: people have been stopping tonight and placing candles by one of the trees that the young men crashed into your this was the scene on central avenue this morning. shattered glass and pieces of bumpers. after police say the two control and slammed into trees before bursting into flames. the three men inside the cars were not wearing their seatbelts. all were ejected. family and friends are in shock that the accident even happen. >> you instruct your kids to drive very well. when they do, where their seatbelts. it is for the safety. not because you are trying to
please take this as a good lesson that street racing is very dangerous. it could in your life. >> reporter: the family said they are grateful for the people who came out and help the young men while they were waiting for paramedics to arrived. they say they have no words at the acts of kindness meaning so much to them. from napa california as crews battle this wildfire that is threatening some of the areas famous vineyards. the fire only 20% contained but as you see in this video it is growing tonight. mandatory evacuations have been ordered for communities near this fire. 180 firefighters working the boys from the ground . the cause is not known. a mask that man is on the run after he robbed a store this thursday.
showed a gun to the cashier. she was afraid to open the register. the suspect ran off. if you recognize him please call the police. people facing charges tonight after they were busted setting a neighbor's property on fire. according to court paperwork two police officers saw smoke while on patrol yesterday at. they found the fire from couch inching closer to a house. homeowner should police this security video. officers say they were caught on camera walking away from where the fire started. >> i am lucky it did not get into the house. i just built my second story and it would have tore up a lot.
arson charges. we are tracking the latest damage that hurricane matthew left behind. 1500 people in five different states had to be rescued because of flooding from the storm. president obama signed a disaster declaration for 10 counties in north carolina. 37 deaths linked to hurricane matthew throughout the southeast . the situation in haiti much worse. were rescue teams say almost 1000 people have died on the island nation. the number inspected to rise as crews searched through the rubble. a severe storm in southeastern arizona has forced schools to close. we are getting our first look at the damage. safford got a little bit of everything this weekend. hail and wind and rain. look at the flooding left behind. the district said they need so
friday. some intense storms over the weekend in our state. a live look outside we are dealing with the heat. temperatures over the weekend in the mid-90s. today we were 96 degrees. right now it is comfortable at 84 degrees. i should do some video across the carolinas with hurricane matthew. it is a nice night here. and dealing with flooding for north carolina down to south carolina. we have showers. if you passing clouds. it will stay to the north tonight. we will enjoy mostly clear skies tomorrow. plenty of sunshine in the afternoon and evening hours. high temperatures warm into the mid-90s. average high is 91 degrees.
we will top out at 95 a 4:00. here is the seven-day forecast. we have mid-90s the wednesday. cooldown on thursday. the sun will stick around and warm things up over the weekend. you have all the information you need for your tuesday. we have more answers for you on the final presidential debate and the student who got tickets for the candidates final showdown. big changes are being proposed for central phoenix corridor. how you can weigh in coming up next. would you do it? people are getting surprised by putting their arm inside a wall hole.
street all the way west 2/19 avenue. we have more details. >> reporter: the proposal is already caught the attention of people who live here. what they are not sure about is whether or not this will hurt or help their neighborhood. >> i feel like the street is scary. >> it backs up bad. >> reporter: they know how they live near seventh avenue and try to keep their kids far from it. >> we don't allow them to come out front and play. >> reporter: news of a proposal to reconfigure a four mile stretch of the road peak to their interest. >> we had a center turn lane. which we believe will add safety . >> reporter: when finished missouri from 19th avenue to 24th street could look like this.
in missouri. >> in specific areas we would add buffering for bicycle lanes that will be placed on either side. >> reporter: the idea the city said is to tie missouri into the existing bike network. >> it is also to make the corridor safer. >> reporter: the city believes reducing travel lanes may actually help with the morning and afternoon congestion. commuters may use camelback or bethany instead. >> i think going down to one lane will make it twice as bad as far as congestion. >> it could go either way. >> reporter: the city of phoenix said they are holding an open house where you can weigh in. it will happen on october 26 from 6:00 until 8:00 pm. for more details you can go to
tonight on what is next for the campaign. the final residential debate will be next wednesday, october 19. it will be at the university of nevada in las vegas. you can watch it live here. or you can stream it on your cbs5 mobile app. a lucky student can watch it in person. zhengdong wang is a senior at hamilton high school and he was one of two students selected by pbs education to travel to the debate. his open letter to the candidates calls for a commitment to dialogue. >> if they were to just sit down and talk about the issues and the issues only without any questions about each other's personal flaws which both of them have, it would be really constructive. it may not be as interesting to the average viewer. >> he said he would like to hear more about foreign relations during his visit. a valley woman from a campaigns down on her property for a candidate she had never heard of.
candidate kate brophy mcgee . when she called the campaign to have it removed even more popped up. a total of 19 ended up in her back lot without her permission. >> i requested her to take it down in 48 hours and left my name and telephone number. >> we attempted to contact the campaign. after the story aired we got a response. kate brophy mcgee said it was an honest mistake and the signs will likely come down tonight or tomorrow. caught on camera out of wisconsin. this officers responding to in other creepy clown siding. these are actually parents and they left their kid at home to go out and pranked people. they are facing child neglect charges. we have a consumer alert. samsung is telling all of their note 7 users to turn off their phones right now.
and t-mobile in stopping the selling or exchanging of the smartphones over fears of fires even in the replacement devices. sprint said it will place them with any other device they sell. we are following the money from across the pond. the british pound took a big hit following friday's dramatic drop . the pounds of value is close to what it was in 1985. worries about what is next the following britain's exit from the eu and a tomorrow we should give you answers on how england's economy will affect us. right here in our state. bbc economist will be in on tuesday. for a discussion on arizona economic outlook for 2017. speakers on national and state levels will be their own answers on what we can expect next year . check your freezers for these delicious drumsticks. nestli has had a voluntary
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understandable ] >> i am not sure what he said. he has worked on celebrities. not letting all of the news go to waste. stephen colbert take a special section of his show tonight coming up after this newscast. it is a clip of his added monologue featuring his cat because of today's holiday. he taped tonight's show on friday to let his crew e cannot let that trump tape in my size debate has by. even catch the entire clip on the late show airing after the newscast. another woman tomorrow. what about the rest -- another warm one tomorrow. what about the rest of the week.
happy monday. and a look at hour forecast. tomorrow we see clouds and light shower activity in the high country. on conditions expected here. we will see temperatures around 70 degrees. lower 50s in prescott. highs tomorrow above average. up to 95 degrees. temperatures in chalcedon will be around 96 degrees. the indians sweep the red sox ending the set -- ending the red sox season. ortiz arguably eligible for
francisco but have tied it up. it is five in the night. -- ninth. and amazing postseason. asu checking in at number 24 in this week's coaches poll. asu could be looking at playing a third quarterback this season. >> reporter: asu coach as well aware that college football has no pity for mercy. the team is moving forward. after losing the backup quarterback to a season-ending foot injury. >> my heart goes out to him. he did such a great job for us. >> reporter: there may be some good news on the horizon. he is optimistic that wilkins will be able to return from a
something that is minor that i think he has a good chance of making it back this week. >> reporter: if you cannot go true freshman gets the call. >> you have to adapt what you are doing to the skills of the person taking the snap. that is what we will do. cardinal injury news. mathis has been put on injured reserve. it appears the season is over. reaggravated an ankle injury. palmer in concussion protocol. he is expected to be clear this week. >> it would be huge. we have to take care of our business at home. i know the crowd will be great on monday