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for the first time in a long time. we got to see some blue skies bfrlt sun sets -- before the sun sets, and that storm is pushing north of us. out here, quite a different story, the storm pushing through this area where we are now, whipping winds, dust and rain,ing roads during rush hour, dilate commute home. >> very bad visibility on freeway. >> i love it. [ laughter ] >> reporter: and it was a pretty warm week that we've seen. the storm caused temperatures to drop quite a bit making it feel like fall for the first, time out here. temperatures dropped by almost 20 degrees in an hour as that storm was really hitting
we have, these are preliminary member no.s coming in. the storm itself has pushed toward the north. the north part of the valley, cave creek. we've got some lightning to the north of fountain hills fur right now -- for you right now. rain falling in and out of the cave creek area for you. the storm cells not so widespread, but they coming up from the southwest toward the north northwest. northern arizona always dealing with off and on showers in and around the flagstaff area, winslow. a little pushing through payson fur right now. we're gonna continue to track this throughout the evening, keep an eye on it.
our way. south of the valley, rain, thunder, lightning, and look at that wall of dust. a lightning bolt there. that wall of dust grew as it hit the valley. this is in scottsdale. drivers still heading your tv isn't playing tricksow, there's nothing wrong with your -- on you, there's nothing wrong with your screen. that's how little you can see through that dust! and the weather was affecting traffic on loop 101. just a sea of
slow-going. >> it nicer snow has come down up north at the arizona snowbowl. this shot was at about 5:30 tonight. a lot of white powered on the ground, just about an hour ago. this first storm did leave behind some damage. >> it knocked over a huge oouk tree which fell on that london -- on that honda. eucalyptus tree which fell on that honda. >> big tree, it could have done more damage. >> if you want to check out all the weather video and pictures from today, we have a lot of it. download the cbs5 mobile app. un answered questions are frustrating a scottsdale woman. she was carjacked almost two
escaped from police custody from a local hospital emergency room. >> reporter: she believes someone slipped up and they suffered consequences. the chaos her. >> somebody comes up to my side window. >> reporter: after a stranger ran up to her suv window. >> i went to roll down my window thinking he needs help with something >> reporter: she unhocked her doorsz allowing the man in. she jumped out and call 911 as he took off. >> what is the address of your emergency? >> i'm on greenwater and osborne. somebody just stole my
river police prisoner and taken to honor health osborne for treatment. an officer watching him stepped away when police say the suspect somehow got out of his handcuffs and made a run for it. he took the woman's suv and hasn't been caught. >> how did that happen? >> reporter: the victim wants salt river pd accountable. >> be patient. >> reporter: the department's actions will be looked at through an internal investigation. >> once we have him we'll have a better idea of what we nt >> reporter: for someone who relives those scary moments each day, that isn't good en >> reporter: police tell us undercover officers are looking for avales on --a,vilos. she is 13 years old, like any other student. we'll explain
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class. >> i want to make people happy and think instead of doing bad things, you should do good things to make the world better. >> reporter: the 7th grader from ashton ranch school in surprise organized a pajama dance on campus to collect hundreds of new pj's to donate to sick kids at phoenix's children's hospital. >> make them feel happy, get a small on the face, to smile because somebody is thinking about them. >> reporter: she was inspired by drive and the protect the environment program. the gestures have come while the teenager deals with an assortment of health problems. she has a spinal condition that will require surgery later this month. >> i think it's just who she is. >> reporter: the principal wanted to thank the special teen for all she's done. so she reached out to cbs5. >> she cares about the world. she cares about kids. she cares about the environment. she gives more than she ever wants to
>> this kid gives and gives. so i nominated shelby for the pay it forward award. because we think the world of you. your leadership and what you model is outstanding. you represent the good in people, the good in life. and here is $500 cash for to you keep paying it forward. [ cheering and applause ] >> if you want to nominate someone, head to our website. attorney general's office out in arizona went to them. but no one did anything. >> he lost more than a half million dollars to a valley man
>> reporter: there's something about the steel and chrome that oozes cool. glamorous, high-dollar auctions like barrett-jackson add to the awe. with all the time and involved, it may be no surprise that there is a seedy underbelly here. swinged lers and is thieves. >> absolutely. particularly on the high end. >> reporter: and on that high end, one figure stands out among the best biggest swingedlers. it was -- it was 2010. and police around the valley started hearing from angry car collectors around the globe.
from a guy in the valley >> reporter: he was among the first to take him to court. >> he figured out that he could get people to send him a lot of money. >> reporter: complaint after complaint. he offered high-dollar classic dpaurs sale, collected some or all of the purchase price and never delivered. he never even owned the cars. >> he admitted he never owned the car makes his living, being a thief. >> reporter: frank first heard about him from a friend who said he was selling one of these rare gems. >> it was a 1955 mercedes benz 300 sl, which we nicknamed the gullwing. >> reporter: he is an avid collector of classic cars. he figured he never had trouble before so he wrote one hefty
>> at what point did you think something has gone wrong? >> in two or three days. >> reporter: excuse followed excuse. no gullwing. >> i went to the police department, i went to the f.b.i. called the attorney general's office in arizona. no one did anything. >> reporter: turns out the arizona attorney general was investigating. their consumer charged multiple consumers for the same car, fabricated bills of sale, forged certificates of title and tried to get one victim to pay $1.5 million for a ferrari he did not own. he agreed to pay more than half a million dollars in cost, penalty, and restitution. but he was never pruded criminally. prosecuted criminally. and instead of paying up, he
business and tracked down victims in australia, italy, and scotland. one offered to pay us 50% of the amount he lost if we could track him down. we visited his last known address in the valley. his ex-wife says he took off for japan and left her on the hook for his bills. his name is now spoken with anger among collectors of cars. >> why isn't this guy in jail? >> it's hard to get police and prosecutors to take these cases. the attorney general's office uses the consumer fraud act, and that means it's a civil case. it may be easier to get a judgment that way. but if the person takes off, there's no arrest warrant, no jail time, and no guarantee any of the victims
and we're getting into the auction season. >> i'm gonna tell you how to get one of these sxaurs not lose your shirt or get scammed. cars and not lose your shirt or get scammed. tracking the storm system moving into the north valley around cave creek. light showers through downtown. off into the east valley right now. west valley is starting to dry o of an inch of rain. we still have though some isolated storms as you can see moving toward the north. that will continue our scattered showers for the rest of the evening. we do have some is rain that is in the high country as well, making its way right along i-40 moving into flagstaff for you. you'll have light to moderate showers up in
10,000 feet, a very light dusting, very small snowflakes right now. more could come overnight. the center of the system sitting right here. windows coming out of the south for us, gusts in the valley around 20 miles a 66 phoenix. 43 flagstaff. 70 globe. 52 prescott. light scattered showers for us, prescott, sedona, flagstaff, -- show legetting should activity. the valley dries out, look at this pool of moisture that just hits east and north east
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cvs. the presidential race has tightened up. hillary clinton is leading donald trump by 3 point points. showers through the valley and also up in the high country as well. isolated storm cells to the southeast of us. that is what we'll be watching for off night. we're not done. [ laughter ] >> slokz you're not driving, it's nice to get some rain. [ laughter ] >> no world series tonight. we've got all-new episodes
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who haven't learned their place yet. we're also coming to you live from a different apartment. dr. fowler and i began an experiment in living together after her apartment became water damaged. this is our friend penny's place. you may remember her from our episode "flags: and the people who don't understand them." so, in the spirit of cohabitation, the theme of today's episode is flags of two regions coming together as one. such as the flag of st. kitts and nevis. so, let's roll up our "sleevis" and get to know nevis. (rimshot) well, i-i like that, but next time check with me. did you know that the flag was designed by a student named edrice lewis... i can't believe i'm saying this, but can we watch the news or something?