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at a massachusetts private school. she is sick of hearing sheriff paul babeu lie. allegations of abuse of power. another headache, the fbi has subpoenaed records. lawsuits regarding abuse
and neglect. questions of babeu's integrity. new page of controversy. a question of judgment. ultimately voters are going to have to decide if he's the type of candidate they want in congress.
to look for the man who marches this sketch and to keep an eye out for suspicious cars. >> you know what your neighbor's car looks like >> reporter: rosa is telling her neighbors to simply look out their window past the front yard, and if they spot a car that's not familiar, reportt. of my neighbors but it didn't. so i called right away. >> reporter: she's letting everyone know. including her moms watch. the concept sounds simple but this is coming from within a community that felt comfortable. >> they speak both languages. >> reporter: the block watch
reaching out to local businesses to make maryvale a safer place. >> concerns about shooters about our kids that, something could happen to them. >> reporter: the phoenix police really need that help too. they're telling people if they are afraid to call in information because of immigration status, they can absolutely remain anonymous >> he is connected to seven murders across phoenix. crews are still working this massive fire at a recycling plant. this is happening in ontario. about 30 miles event of
this scene is, right in the middle of the city blocks. they're using bulldozers to move around the materials there. mostly what's on fire are wooden palates and recycled plastic water bottles. no one injured. krurs worried about the homes next to this fire. the cause is yet to be known. and there's a look in the middle of those wood palates. evacuation at desert ridge
phoenix fire remains on-scene. bla a former mesa police officer accused of second degree murder is speaking out. >> he says she very confident that he will be exonerated >> they were in court arguing that the former officer didn't get a fair preliminary hearing. and the wife of the man he shot was in the audience. >> reporter: this is the view from mitch braelford's body cam remark one of six mesa police officers who stormed a motel in
instructions and got on his knees. when he reached behind his back, the officer opened fire. >> if you wait until you see the weapon, it's too late. >> reporter: in court, the attorney argued the shooting was justified. and they should be able to show more evidence of that. >> i'm feeling very confident with my case. taking things day-by-day. >> it can't be as traumatizing for him as it is for he and my children, having to live the fact everyone day that our father and husband was taken from us >> reporter: daniel shaver's wife says sitting this court was emotional. the defense largely overlooked the fact that her husband was unarmed, and pleaded with officers not to shoot. >> reporter: today 's court appearance was all about whether
his attorney claims certain evidence was improperly excluded the first time around. a child's written cry for help leads to a molestation arrest. tempe police say the victim's mother grabbed a piece of paper from the 11-year-old's journal and found a letter describing the incident. officers goodyear police need your help finding this man. detectives say the man who looks like this sketch of not wearing any pants when he approached two teenaged girls. they think he was driving a newer model black crossover suv. it is not known who is behind massive cyber attacks that made it impossible to use some popular websites today.
morning and developed throughout the day. f.b.i. fears it's not the end of it. >> it just shows you, this is the new wave of warfare that we're dealing with rightow where we don't know where this is coming, from the magnitude leads us to believe that it was targeted at american-based companies. >> wikileaks suspects one of their own is behind this attack. they sent out this tweet. that attack also had huge skwns for local bes here in the valley, making it nearly
that story at 10:12. new numbers on early voting, and it looks like hillary clinton may have a lead over druchl donald trump. >> 36,000 people have already voted, more than triple the number at this time in 2012. democrats have a 44% to 31% lead over republicans when it comes to people who have returned bloods. these are just the ballot totals, not actually people voted. another 25% are independent or unknown. arizona has long vote republican but hillary clinton is spending a lot of money here. democrats and bernie sanders, and chelsea clinon and michelle obama here this week. a manhunt after a man escapes from a hospital.
his getaway. >> he was able to slip out of his handcuffs and escape. he was in prison for seven years. he was arrested again this morning after leading salt river police on a chase. he was getting treatment for injuries in scottsdale when an officer watching him stepped out and he made his run for it. once she was able to jump out of the car okay. >> break into a house or something. >> he was seen in this silver lexus suv. temperatures
down outside. another warm afternoon expected for tomorrow. currently at 81 degrees in phoenix. 41 in flagstaff. 61 in payson. 55 in prescott and 75 for bullhead city. winds coming out of the east northeast for us. nice breeze. won't be worried about the winds as we head into the next 24 hours, here's the temperature trend, very close to that triple digit mark. tomorrow we're expected to be at 96. above our seasonal average of year. high pressure stays put for saturday. it begins to move toward the east as we head into sunday. and that will allow for the approaching area of low pressure. this is a big area of low pressure with a lot of cold air wrapped around it. as the moves into our region, it's gonna hoop, just some subtropical moisture which brings us a chance for showers starting late sunday, and lingers into early tuesday morning. tomorrow we'll start
then again we'll be in the 90s, 96 the expected high for tomorrow. 70 expected for flagstaff. 84 for sedona. 80 for payson. 74 for show low. 81 for prescott, and 96 for bullhead city. temperatures are going to be cooling down this week. 92 expected for you on sunday. we will have showers on monday. 26 expected at the high. 68 on tuesday. after tuesday we'll dry things out and slightly warm up the low 90s. you have the news you need. lots more coming up. more than just social media. streams sites today, massive hacks, took its toll on businesses. >> it hurts.
hacks took many westbounds offline for most of the day. >> they had all issues. they also hit very close to home. >> reporter: this went beyond interrupting your social media use it. ma many local businesses to make any sales today. many companies use paypal for processing payments. and is this live map shows all of the areas around the country where paypal is currently still having issues, including right here in arizona. this gilbert based company also
using paypal. >> our sonora marshmallows are the best sellers online and the birpth day cake -- birthday cake >> reporter: friday was not so sweet. >> no sales. [ laughter ] >> we rely on everything, every avenue, that's our livelihood. >> reporter: just one of many. >> it's devastating >> reporter: a scottsdale company offers a platform for over 7,500 local businesses to sell their products online. all of their transactions also brought to a standstill. >> it would be fascinating in
activity was lost today. >> the main internet provider targeted, still trying to figure out exactly what happened. it's about the things that you hold dear, faith, family, that's what gets you through those hard times. the most important survival tool is your attitude. >> great words to live by. a former communications expert is stranded on a deserted island. he's alone, but millions are watching his every move. mack is 3,000 miles from home on an island. he set up a system that
experience. his family back home cannot stop checking in with him. >> it's really hard to be on time anywhere. in the morning, in the afternoon at night, we wake up to him, we go to bed to him. >> if you want to check in on mack, we have linked his facebook site to our website. must have a great internet connection, right? if your home wi-fi signal is a little weak, why notst >> we're gonna build something like this. out of a tin can. it redirects the wi-fi in one direction and makes it stronger in that direction. >> the stuff you see on the cbs reboot of macgyver actually workings. this is a three-minute
wi-fi by slicing open an empty can. >> i don't even know if i need more wi-fi but i just want to try that. [ laughter ] how much time should your kids spend in front of the screen? the american academy of pediad -- pediatrics modern digital age. children under 18 months avoid all screen time except video chatting. children ages 2 to 5 should be limited to one hour of media per day. >> entertainment time is not displacing physical activity, it's not displacing family
getting adequate sleep. >> pediatricians suggest families develop a media plan to keep habits on track. a semi driver in north carolina ignored the height warning and got stuck. the bridge is just over 11 feet high. truck is over 13 feet high. took crews hours to get the semi out. and that caused some massi d semi could have easily fit inside this thing. it copyright these amazing shots. nasa used it to haul tons of cargo, parts of rockets, since
we want to thank everyone who helped paul pay it forward to big brothers and sisters of arizona. >> after five die days of working hard at desert ridge, this year's car wash was a huge success. >> woo! >> more than a quarter million dollars! we want to say thanks to paul, of course, and all of you for helping paul pay it forward. >> just incredible. >> wash state coming to town this weekend for arizona state's homecoming. why the coats had to
i spent many years as a nuclear missile launch officer. if the president gave the order we had to launch the missiles, that would be it. i prayed that call would never come. [ radio chatter ] self control may be all that keeps these
missiles from firing. [ sirens blearing ] i would bomb the [ beep] out of them. i want to be unpredictable. i love war.
their own personal pep rally. no doubt the motivation for an arizona cardinals game trying to prove their season is still worthy of expectations. carson palmer nursing a ham spring injury. did practice today. receiver john brown is do you feel, cell traits. but he finally has the answer to what's been causing leg pain in the past two seasons. he has not been ruled out for sunday night. >> i wanted to keep an eye on that. that's certainly their reputation. >> that's why they call him a pirate. mike leech fined $10,000 by the pac-12 for those
his second straight season that he's accused the sun devils of stealing signs. gonna be very interesting on homecoming. asu welcomes theues to tonight sunday night. a no-show at media day today. he was supposed to be the media representative for the players but was subbed out. john miller declining comment saying "i think you're talking about rumors." the coyotes' 6-game road trip has been a disaster. mike smith placed on injured reserve with a lower body injury. going to miss a minimum of a week. strome playing against his brother ryan of the islanders. ryan scored.
it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands. and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and
voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing when it really mattered.