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uh... i can't say that either. alright, good. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. this is cbs 5 news. we begin with breaking news this afternoon, an arizona man was just sentenced to eight years in prison in arizona's first state level terrorism
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pleaded guilty to plotting attacks at an mvd in maricopa county and another at a community jewish center. kahn was communicating online with a man he thought was an isis fighter and he had asked to get weapons and pipe bombs to carry out the attacks. good afternoon, everyone, thank you for being here. i'm heidi goitia. appreciate you joining us at noon. a man comes home to find two people inside and opened fire striking one of them. and police tell us those suspects are our jamie soretta is in tolleson with more. >> reporter: this is the neighborhood where it happened, i'm at 99th avenue and williams in tolleson near lower buckeye and this house part of two scenes here in this neighborhood. what we do know is that police got a call around 10:00 this morning about a man saying he came home to find two people inside his home. he shot at them as they left.
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he went to the hospital in serious but stable condition. that other 15-year-old boy was in the police car when they pulled up. >> really shooken up right now. if someone can go into your house like that, yeah, and i'm praying for the boys, hope they be okay. >> reporter: so police are still investigating out here right now. we do not know if those two suspects got away with anything. they do not know what the intent was right here and we do not believe that police are searching at this time. back to you. just into our newsroom, a toddler who police say was abused by his caretaker has now died. investigators say they responded to this home in surprise wednesday afternoon and found the 23-month-old not breathing. lissette moreno told officers the boy had been sick but she latest confessed she got mad at
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with maricopa county attorneys office to pursue criminal charges. an update on a story we brought you on wednesday, two phoenix police officers have now been indicted on a felony charge accused of filing a false report. back in may officers christopher teonna and leona egnor pepper sprayed a transient woman. they claim they stayed with her for more than five minutes to make sure she was okay but evidence showed after about 40 seconds. we are getting our first look at noon at a man deputies say robbed a queen creek taco bell. they tell us 20-year-old austin salaam walked into the taco bell on rittenhouse road in october and demanded money from employees. even though he got away, detectivessy shrumm was identified thanks to the sheriff's office tip line. he is now facing armed robbery charges. i wouldn't chain my dog up like that and leave it in a
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she spent a lot of her time in the darkness and, you know, that is horrifying just that part. >> really disturbing details coming into our newsroom about a man with arizona ties accused of locking up and chaining a woman in a metal box for months. we now know the suspect has a long criminal history. cbs's erroll barnett breaks down this story. >> reporter: the victim was found thu carolina. a sex crime investigator got a tip to investigate the property and heard the woman's pleas for help. spartanburg county sheriff chuck wright believes the victim spent months inside a metal container. >> it was pretty emotional to say the least when she was found, especially, you know, when she was chained like a dog. she had a chain around her neck. >> reporter: police arrested the property owner, 45-year-old todd kohlhepp.
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her cap tore may have -- captor may have had a hand in other missing persons cases. >> this person told us there might even be four people on this piece of property deceased. >> reporter: the woman, who cleaned houses for kohlhepp was last seen in august. her boyfriend, 32-year-old charles carver, is also missing and police say they found his vehicle thursday within the nearly 100-acre plot. kohlhepp is an ex-con who is a registered sex offender in ar kidnapping of a teen. he later moved to south carolina where he worked as a real estate agent and even got his pilot's license. todd kohlhepp has been charged with one count of kidnapping but there could be additional charges. an excavator arrived this morning. investigators are combing the property looking for more clues, the victim's boyfriend and potentially more victims.
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washington. in the final days of the presidential race u.s. intelligence is investigating a possible terror plot just a day before the election. its potential targets, texas, virginia and new york. the fbi says it's taking monday's threat very seriously and has already started taking steps to prevent any violence. and with just four days left, the candidates are going all out in their final weekend of campaigning, they are focusing on battleground states including winning arizona. the valley getting support for his dad. he just spoke at watertown plaza in gilbert. we will bring you the highlights in tonight's newscasts. and dr. ben carson will be in arizona stumping for donald trump as well. trump's former g.o.p. rival will host two rallies this saturday. the first will be at the arizona republican party headquarters in phoenix, that happens at 2:25. the second will be at the east shea boulevard victory office
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clinton's former rival, bernie sanders, will return to arizona to campaign for her. right now the clinton campaign hasn't released any details about this visit but, of course, we will keep you updated. you can catch up with all of the last minute visits and, of course, the big election right here on cbs 5. what a day yesterday, did you catch that big november storm? we got rain, we got dust, even some snow in some parts of our state. and that storm left behind a pretty big mess as well. a tree fell right car and two others nearby in -- at the corner of 48th street and indian school. are we going to see a round 2? that is the question that everybody is asking today after we got hit so hard yesterday. the man with the answer, of course -- >> is just sitting down. >> is just sliding into second or home -- i don't know what this is. but anyway, you're here to tell us more about -- >> i was sliding into first, first weather. we got storms bubbling up mainly to the south and east of us. i'm going to skip through a few
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show you. let me get to the thing i wanted to show you here, down in safford, we have a severe thunderstorm warning and that is just -- has just been extended. it was going to go until noon, but then it's been extended to 12:00, so we are clear in the valley, talk about the valley in a second. let's get to that storm. there it is, it's to the north and the west of safford, north of satcher and going over graham, definitely some hail involved with this. so keep that in mind. rolli road right now. the good news is, it's kind of going into less populated country, so keep in mind if you're in that area, you just want to avoid this storm. stay indoors until this thing passes. i just saw an instagram video and there was a lot of hail on the ground down there. we have thunderstorms in the mountains as well around show low pushing to the north and
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talk about that in just a few munns here. 79 lake havasu, 46 in show low, chilly there. we have had tons of rain for the past 24 hours and more on the way. just about everyone is in the 70s in the valley, 75 right now in phoenix, we will take it up to about 82. now, will we have a repeat of last night? there's a chance we could see some rain but how much and for how long, we will talk about that shortly in your next forecast. been waiting such a long me the cubs that we have loved them for so long. >> memories, it's history, it's going to be remembered forever. >> well, talk about a party. chicago is celebrating their big world series win. i don't think anybody went to work today in chicago. people ran in just to get a perfect spot to thank the cubs for ending the team's 108-year drought. in the past victory parades in chicago for the blackhawks and the white sox have drawn millions of people and this one
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meanwhile, let's talk about our hometown team. the diamondbacks have a new manager, just like their last hire, he's coming from boston. torrey la valleyo -- lavulo is coming to phoenix. major league baseball confirmed that he will be arizona's new manager. in boston he worked under new diamondbacks gm mike hazen. the team will introduce him at a press conference scheduled to take place remembering a legendary news man today which would have been walter cronkite's 100th birthday. he was known as the most trusted man in america and he anchored the cbs evening news, as you probably know, for nearly 20 years. now his legacy lives on at asu's cronkite school of journalism. to mark the anniversary, asu didn't just honor him at school today, but they also hosted cronkite day at the museum in
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doctors say was the key that saved this woman's life. plus, getting in a plane anytime soon? the top airports list is out. find out if you're going to be traveling with the best coming up next. and grab your phones, later in the newscast we are giving away two tickets to hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady
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more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of
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caught on camera, oklahoma officer saving a woman who suffered a heart attack while she was behind the wheel. in the video you can see her pulling the woman -- or pulling the woman from the car and he starts cpr on her. within just minutes the woman did start breathing again. she was rushed to the hospital where doctors say she might not have made it if that officer hadn't started the cpr when he did. >> it's the first time it's ever -- first time i've ever truly saved somebody's life.
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and knowing how to respond. >> doctors say the type of heart attack the woman suffered was so severe, only 10% of patients survive it. in other news around the nation, two former aides to new jersey governor chris christie have been found guilty in the so-called bridgegate trial. both we accused of conspiring to close lanes at the george washington bridge for political retaliation. christie has denied any knowledge or involvement in this but throughout the trial several witnesses said christie was aware of during and after. the alabama pipeline that ruptured on monday killing one worker and hurting five others will reopen this weekend. one of the fuel lines had to be shut down to fix the problem but the company says they do plan to restart the line on sunday. a massive fire lit up parts of southern california this morning. we brought you this as breaking news on wake-up arizona. it took nearly 100 firefighters to put it out.
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in san bernardino. thankfully no one was hurt in this. investigators are still trying to figure out how and why it started. it is just about 12:15. take a check of wall street right now. the dow jones industrial down barely five points, a little over five points. pretty flat for the day. good news for the economy. the new jobs report shows the u.s. is heading in the right direction. more than 160,000 people found jobs in october unemployment rate fell to 4.9% from 5% the month prior and it could get better over the next few months as retailers look to add employees for the busy holiday season. most americans will turn back their clocks this weekend and that could be bad news for retailers. a new study from jpmorgan chase found people spent less money when there are fewer hours of sunlight, especially monday through friday. makes sense. according to the study, grocery
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well, if you're traveling out of sky harbor airport, rest assured you are flying with the best. sky harbor has been named as one of the best airports in the entire country, that's according to travel blogger the points guy. he says it's all based on time ratings, accessibility and amenities. portland and san diego round out the top three, so who is in the bottom three? laguardia, jfk and newark. well, just in time for holidays, online shopping if you didn't know it could get easier, it has. way fair is turning thousands of household items into 3d images. you can now look at what you're buying at every single angle so there's no surprises when the item arrives. the way fairview app also allows users to drop a virtual product into any room to see how it will look in the actual space and it doesn't just take a photo of your room. it's going to measure it for an
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space. long term we think that virtual reality technology is going to enable people to not only be inspired but also creative. >> ikea has a virtual reality happen and select lowe's stores customers can virtually design a brand-new kitchen. what will they think of next? i would like to virtually design more rain. >> i bill and i was excited. >> it was a little warm so -- >> maybe next month will be the real reward. we had lightning over the east valley. beautiful shot from the penguin air and plumbing news chopper. you can see most of this is over queen valley, superior, globe and even low clouds, almost fog trying to develop there but there was enough wind to kind of stir things up and we didn't have a ton of fog. awesome shots there. most of the valley has been
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past 24 hours, awesome shot, ramos sent this one to our facebook page yesterday morning before the storm in maricopa, yeah, there was a lot of dust out there that rolled through. i do not think we will be dealing with that today. take a time lapse of today. looking toward the north from downtown phoenix, we have had some clouds but, boy, a lot more sunshine today compared to what we had yesterday. there's a live look outside at camelback mountain, we've got clouds in the distance but first we wa storm in safford. we have the severe thunderstorm that will go for about another 15 minutes, it was pretty big cells right over safford and thatcher, it was this one in particular that rolled past kimball, this is safford, brice road. it's now pushing to kind of less populated areas. hopefully there wasn't a ton of hail because they are farming cotton right now down there and hail can mean bad things when it comes to the cotton crop and they had a sizable storm
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most of the storms have been in the mountains this afternoon, some more approaching show low after we already saw a pretty busy morning and then some rain heading towards heber and payson, a thunderstorm is possible, not a lot yesterday for -- yet for flagstaff but more on the way. we are clearing in -- clear in the valley but not ruling out a thunderstorm completely there. temperatures feeling fine throughout the great state of arizona, 50 in flagstaff, 82 in bullhead city, 81 in lake havasu city. lake havasu city, sea plane show, t there at the big london bridge. you guys are going to be in the clear. we will see a lot of activity on the east side of the state, this is a 2:00 picture, now we are rolling it up to 6:00, paige, flagstaff, even sedona could get in on this, winslow, window rock and new mexico definitely. if you're traveling new mexico you will see a lot of rain on i- 40. clear in the valley, even our kind of juiced up model, it only tries to put rain over anthem, new river, maybe fountain hills but i think the
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stay dry, which is good news because we had a lot of rain yesterday. highs look like this, 85 in lake havasu city for today, 82 in phoenix, 62 in payson. as we get going into your saturday and sunday, we dry out and warm up just a little bit. i was looking at the rain totals for yesterday, we had .38, i think at sky harbor, right around there, .38, and that was more rain than we had in all of october. >> yeah, i believe it. >> so pretty wet day yesterday. >> nice one. >> steady t. thank you. still to come on cbs 5 news at noon, a thief with a heart of gold, or should we say chocolate. what he stole and what he left behind that has everybody talking today. the story is coming up. and a reminder, later in the newscast we are giving away two tickets to see vocalocity at mesa art center happening friday, november 18th. stay t vo: 13 year-old sabrina told a school counselor she was raped by her uncle. her counselor called sheriff joe arpaio's office.
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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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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
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start dialing, we are giving away two tickets to see vocalocity, they are performing at the mesa art center friday, november 18th. the number to call on your screen, 1-877-755-cbs 5. it's a story that's trending all over social media today. a thief breaks into a kansas college student's car, the person didn't go after money though, not even the phone. but a kit kat bar and now the
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candy back or at least replacing it. hunter jobins only noticed his chocolate was gone because of a note that the thief left behind. it said that he was sorry and was just hungry. the student got quite a kick out of the letter and decided to post it online. >> from that moment on it was nonstop likes and retweets and kit kat, they responded to me and got in touch with me and they are going to send me some replacements. >> some, like 6500. yeah, it the kid's car with all that candy. he decided he would share it with other students there on campus. well, still to come on cbs 5 news, ian is going to be back with a final look at your weekend forecast. that's coming up. first here's a look at what
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paul babeu is abusive. physical and sexual abuse at a boarding school. woman: a school that used to be run by pinal county sheriff paul babeu. disturbing. man: babeu's school was unlicensed, abusive, and dangerous. woman: paul babeu exposed in a damning home video. 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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82 degrees with a slight chance of rain and a thunderstorm in the valley but i really think most of us stay dry. more action in the mountains today. >> works for me, ian. thank you. thank 5 news. we will see you back here at 5:00. >> your online home for free news and information, brought to you by express flooring, the happy home people. call 1-800-express.
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putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good.
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i'm tom o'halleran, and i approve this messsage. paul babeu oversaw a place of horrors as headmaster of a school for at-risk youth. 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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