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the victim, they didn't do enough. >> this was a heated 18-inch machete that has burned the leg of our daughter. >>reporter: the burn on their 16-year-old is significant. and deputies are investigating the incident as an assault. 17-year-old classmate held it over an open fire and then placed >> no punishment to him. just basically to my daughter, she's the one that's been suffering. >>reporter: officials said the incident occurred off campus at the nonschool sanctioned gathering and he's a football player and benched for violating the school of conduct. but he participated in all of the other festivities of the last game of the season.
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parents. >> he's wearing his jersey, he's in the group, and getting the talk from the coach. >>reporter: they kept their daughter home from the game last friday. the last game of her senior year, they were afraid she was going to be bullied because he criminally. the lis department will refer their report to the court system for charges. we're going to switch to weather. be on the lookout. those trick-or-treaters are hitting the streets looking to score major candy. >> i've got a farmer's daughter and a lot of hot costumes.
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lamb. >> i've got joker. >> always fun tonight. >> [overlapping speakers]. >> great backdrop and show you what we are expecting today. a few clouds in the forecast and out there, high temperatures pretty nice. got up to the 80s and going to deal with a few high, thin clouds through the rest of the evening. sunset is very important. let's look at halloween forecast. sunset officially at 5:37, and we're going to see temperatures drop into the 70s. finally, the 90s is history and we're going to stay comfortable. here's the what it looks. kids are getting ready, 83 and winds, out of the west, 5-10 miles per hour. cooling down to 80 by 7:00 p.m. and 73 by 11:00 p.m. cooler temperatures ahead for
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minutes. adot is using epa halloween to remind drivers. wrap yourself in a seatbelt, mummy knows best. kids are going to be hitting the streets, so be careful. and go slow. that sign made my kids laugh. >> and aaa is trying to keep nightmares off thero help, they're offering a tipsy tow service at 6:00 p.m. until 6:00 a.m. that number is on your screen. the first 10 miles are free, and after that they'll charge you. 8 days left until the general election. we've learned details on hillary clinton's first stop.
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intermural fields. she's going to takes the stage outdoors and then tim kaine is going to be here and in tucson, he'll deliver his speech in spanish. we'll wait for the details for that. and we'll be sure to keep you posted. >> and serious backlash happening from arizona voters. upset about a new election mailer that shows how often neighbors vote. >> how do you feel about your neighbors knowing your voting record. they're spreading the word about whether you voted. and guess what? not everyone is happy? >> whether they voted once or for twice. >> she's a phoenix grandmother and registered republican. she votes in every election. but now thinking about switching parties after receiving a voter report card
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based on the number of elections they voted in. >> it's disbelief that someone could do that, to put out information that people considered private. >> more than 10,000 voter report cards have been sent out. >> tim, with the republican party, he said the election fliers are a way to get voters attention. >> its encouragement for voter turnout. we're trying to make sure it's important to and that the report card indicates that. >> the democratic party sent out flier comparing voting records. but it doesn't list by name. >> it's a gamble. >> using peer pressure can be effective. >> learning your neighbor votes
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and it draws them out and guilts you into doing your civic duty. >> they said the only thing that's public record is whether you voted and no way for someone to look up who you voted for. >> in phoenix, cbs 5 news. and a reminder, if you vote early, time is running out. get your ballot in the mail. it must be in the mail by tomorrow. it off at a polling site or it will not count. there's a list on the secretary of state's website. three shot in a drive-by shooting on saturday. a father of five on a date night with his wife was killed. we're live with the search for the shooter. it's ongoing. >> yes, the family is devastated and desperate for
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turned into a sidewalk memorial of candles and flowers. >> at break room bar, friday night was date night for floyd and shannon. >> she's taking it a day at a time. trying to get a grasp on it. >> he said this moment is a painful memory. >> his brother, a 33-year-old and a father of five stepped argument, one couldn't get in because he didn't have his id. >> that situation got heated and my brother stepped in and calmed them down and talked to the other guys into leaving. as they drove westbound on mcdowell, someone started shooting into the parking lot. >> he was killed, and two others shot but they're expected to be okay. >> they took a family man.
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member. he was just innocent. >> witnesses described the shooter as 5'6" and with dreads. he had a green jersey. >> helping people is what he loved. >> it may be the reason why this memorial is here but with the public's help, the hope is there won't be more. >> we just want justice. >> witnesses said the shooter se black infinity. if you know this guy or have any information about what happened that night, call silent witness. >> we hope they get justice. >> thanksgiving is right around the corner and you don't have to talk on the phone if you run into turkey trouble. it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands.
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than party. 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. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. paul babeu is abusive.
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inal county sheriff paul babeu. disturbing. man: babeu's school was unlicensed, abusive, and dangerous. woman: paul babeu exposed in a damning home video. man: congressional candidate not only ran a boarding school rife with abuse, he supported the abusive practices and even bragged about them. paul babeu is unfit to represent us. house majority pac is responsible
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authorities said it was a tip that led them to a massive manhunt in oklahoma. someone spotted him camping out in the rural area and he fled before he was captured. he was later killed in a shootout with highway patrol. >> this was the deadliest in chicago this year. 17 people killed and 40 others in there was been more than 600 homicides in chicago this year. italy continues to cleanup after the biggest earthquake in 35 years. the quake struck yesterday and no one was seriously injured but thousands have been displaced. if you need help with thanksgiving dinner, an you can text butterball to get answers.
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real live cooks available 24- hour a day beginning november 17. the world series heads back to cleveland for a critical game 6 tomorrow. you can hear her cheer. they beatthe indians still lead the series. >> that was one big party in cleveland. >> and stim hillary clinton e-mail scandal. >> and be sure to connect with
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vo: 13 year-old sabrina told a school counselor she was raped by her uncle. her counselor called sheriff joe arpaio's office. for three more years, sabrina's uncle continued to rape her - and arpaio did nothing. rapes, assaults, even child molestation, remain uninvestigated, while arpaio focuses on his personal agenda. arpaio talks tough,
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it's now the final full week of the campaign. and hillary clinton e-mail scandal dominating and donald trump pressed the issue while campaigning in michigan. >> how can she manage this country when she can't even manage her e-mails? >> hillary clinton's corruption is a threat to democracy. >> he has campaigned stops in pennsylvania and north carolina and florida. >> hillary focus on ohio. and called donald trump reckless. >> imagine him plunging us into a war because someone got under his skip. you can bait him with a trust and we can't trust him with nuclear weapons. >> polls show clinton leads in pennsylvania and north carolina and colorado and trump is up in
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was re-opening the investigation into clinton's e- mails. >> and cbs news learned they were discovered earlier this month. but james comey didn't find out about them until last thursday. >> cbs news learned that james comey has been calling members of congress who demanded he release more information about mails. he's under fire for making the disclosure 11 days before the election. >> how is the public supposed to respond? >> and there's no way to make an informed judgment. >> in a letter addressed to the director, harry reid accused him of partisan action and alleged he may have broken the law by violating the hatch act. it bans most federal and some other government employees from
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activities that could help or hurt a partisan group or candidate in a partisan election. >> investigators seized the laptop belonging to long time aid, huma abedin and anthony weiner during a separate probe. and the they deliberated whether to disclose the information. officials debated whether there'd be manipulating the election. a person familiar with the process said the officials concluded that the letter was the most credible approach, and if anything new came up into the use of the private e-mail server. >> we will look at any new information. >> with the decision showed is that even 11 days before an
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law. >> abedin is cooperating and seemed surprised that the e- mails were on the laptop. all but 8 states asked the department of homeland security for help in protecting the election system from cyber- threats. concerns about that across the country have now increased this election cycle. experts assured americans it's difficult to alter or affect the outcome of the national election. here in arizona, secretary of state, she told cbs news, there have hundreds of thousands of attempts to hack the state's voter registry. >> a special program helping young cancer survivors and children with other health problems get on their feet so they can play their favorite sports again.
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and football. >> he didn't have the energy for years to keep up because he was fighting leukemia. >> but this program is helping jackson and other kids battling cancer and health problems get into the sports they love, it's called back in the game. >> we developed a program to help these kids to recondition themselves and regain balance and strength. >> it has helped 150 d diagnosed with leukemia in 2014 and started back in the game a year ago. >> my high school swim team starts in november. >> and you're going to do it? >> yes. >> the benefits aren't just physical. >> it's building confidence and showing him he's been through this and can be normal. >> jackson has been coming to the program since he was 3- years-old.
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stronger every time. >> they make it fun and it takes their mind off the treatment and let's them focus on being a kid and being with other kids. >> back in the game! all right, great pictures. social media, cbs 5az is the hash tag. be careful of the halloween candy. don't keep overnight. we're going to continue to see highs in the 80s. could get warm. we're closer to the average. average is around 83. gorgeous sunset and a few clouds. we'll see nice colors. sunset is 5:37 and look, the clouds in the distance and temperatures are at 83 and it's going to be a busy night once
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and we'll see a few clouds again this evening. our weather will be affected by this large area of low pressure. northern is going to see rain tomorrow and for us, just clouds around eastern arizona. and then mostly clear and sunshine sticks around wednesday and then we'll see showers develop around eastern arizona an increase in showers and our forecast, by thursday, high temperatures, 82 and start off the morning in the 60s. and 82 for monday and mid 80s on wednesday and slight chance of rain thursday and friday. temperatures staying near average and warming up over the weekend. buying a home can be a nightmare.
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that is funny. from the big screen to the jumbotron. the phoenix sun lion king cam during the game yesterday. you can tell this is going to be popular. just like the famous scene from "the lion king." simba is being held and parents of yesterday's game held up their babies. most of them really seemed to enjoy the attention. >> most of them. >> look at that one. >> dad, let me down.
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most seem like they were having fun. >> number one opens the post season at home. and head coach does a great job and his life is not all about football. he comes home to his beautiful supportive wife and brand new baby girl. >> every one counts. >> inspiring young men to succeed. >> i want as to coach until i can't coach. there's nothing better. >> galvanizing spirits and collecting wins, he has become one of the best coaches in arizona and his 10th year with
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>> they aim for their fourth straight. >> you want to be a part of that. his life is not all football, 24/7 and maintains balance with his wife sarah and fatherhood with his 7-month-old daughter. >> i walk in and she smiles and makes noises or doing something new. whatever issues you may have been dealing with or anxieties, you can check it at the door. >> this new home. >> he's great, he's always ready to take care of her and he's jumping on it. >> the love of the game and family. a never ending rewarding adventure. >> it's been a lot of fun and an unbelievable experience and every day is something new.
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i'm tom o'halleran, and i approve this messsage. paul babeu oversaw a place of horrors students were denied basic human rights and were subject to sexual abuse. arizona deserves better. arizona's largest newspapers endorse tom o'halleran for congress. "the republic" says, "elect tom o'halleran. his words match his work." and "the daily star" said, "o'halleran puts the common good above party politics.
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this is cbs 5 news, at 5:30. usa! usa! >> i didn't offend anybody, it had nothing to do with the jews. >> i love the jews.
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remarks said there's nothing to apologize for. he claims this is all just a big misunderstanding. >> he was on camera chanting what many believe was jew s.a. and everyone else was chanting usa. >> he claims he was not saying >> they're saying i'm a racist. phoenix painter said he was misunderstood, i never went on an anti-semitic rant. >> it has nothing to do with the jews. i was speaking spanish.


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